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Granata G.  2015.  Child marriage today: which perspective for girls? Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 20(1):38-53.PDF icon 20_1_03.pdf (275.41 KB)
Pace CSerena, Velotti P, Zavattini GCesare.  2010.  Cross-cultural differences in the representation of health, illness and care: investigating the role of the family. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 15(1):96-112.PDF icon 15_1_07.pdf (100.88 KB)
Cusinato M.  2010.  Editorial. A renewed launching of Rivista di Studi Familiari. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 15(1):1-4.PDF icon 15_1_01.pdf (19.43 KB)
Cigala A, Fruggeri L, Marozza G, Venturelli E.  2010.  Enter and exit from interactions: micro-transitions in family triads. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 15(2):152-173.PDF icon 15_2_11.pdf (141.62 KB)
Macaluso L.  2013.  Family and media: a research on newswothiness of family issues. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 18(1):89-100.PDF icon 18_1_06.pdf (237.25 KB)
Galbussera M.  2016.  The Hikikomori phenomenon: when your bedroom becomes a prison cell. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 21(1):54-72.PDF icon IJFS-2016-1-4.pdf (228.63 KB)
Brianda MElena, Miscioscia M, Simonelli A.  2016.  The quality of family interactions and marital satisfaction from pregnancy to the child’s age of 10 years: A preliminary report.. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 21(1):14-33.PDF icon IJFS-2016-1-2.pdf (285.76 KB)
Di Stefano S, Antonini C, Sgaramella TM.  2018.  Quality of life and family: dimensions and tools for an integrated approach. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 23(2):54-72.PDF icon IJFS-2018-2-4.pdf (350.24 KB)
Perino A, Resta M.  2019.  Senior Cohousing: An Organizational Model for Elderly Care. A Trentino Case Study.. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 24(2):34-52.PDF icon IJFS-2019-2-3.pdf (626 KB)
Bobbo N.  2013.  Taking care of chronically ill adolescents and their families: doctors, nurses and social workers as a multidisciplinary integrated team or separate professionals? A qualitative investigation Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 18(1):7-29.PDF icon 18_1_02.pdf (409.98 KB)