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1 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2022―Feb―02 Family lives during the COVID-19 pandemic in European Societies: Introduction to the Special Issue Ulrike Zartler, Katarzyna Suwada, Michaela Kreyenfeld
2 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2022―Feb―02 Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on young adults experiencing dual family life after high-conflict divorce Inge Pasteels
3 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2022―Jan―21 Resources of families adapting the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany: A mixed-method study of coping strategies and family and child outcomes Alexandra N. Langmeyer, Angelika Guglhör-Rudan, Ursula Winklhofer, Sophia Chabursky, Thorsten Naab, Ulrich Pötter
4 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2022―Jan―11 Childcare, work or worries? What explains the decline in parents' well-being at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany? Basha Vicari, Gundula Zoch, Ann-Christin Bächmann
5 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2021―Nov―30 Linking ages - un/doing age and family in the Covid-19 pandemic Grit Höppner, Anna Wanka, Cordula Endter
6 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2021―Nov―08 Income, ethnic diversity and family life in East London during the first wave of the pandemic: An assets approach Claire Cameron, Margaret O'Brien, Lydia Whitaker, Katie Hollingworth, Hanan Hauari
7 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2021―Nov―03 Work-to-family conflict, family-to-work conflict and their relation to perceived parenting and the parent-child relationship before and during the first Covid-19 lockdown Renske Verweij, Katrien Helmerhorst, Renske Keizer
8 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2021―Oct―06 The The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the employment situation and financial well-being of families with children in Austria: Evidence from the first ten months of the crisis Nadia Steiber, Christina Siegert, Stefan Vogtenhuber
9 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2021―Oct―04 Children’s well-being and intra-household family relationships during the first COVID-19 lockdown in France Ariane Pailhé, Lidia Panico, Anne Solaz
10 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2021―Oct―04 Who suffered most? Parental stress and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany Jianghong Li, Mareike Bünning, Till Kaiser, Lena Hipp
11 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2021―Sep―30 Has Covid-19 increased gender inequalities in professional advancement? Cross-country evidence on productivity differences between male and female software developers Lena Hipp, Markus Konrad
12 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2021―Sep―22 Strengths and problems of families in contact with child protective services during the COVID-19 pandemic Susanne Witte, Heinz Kindler
13 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2021―Sep―20 The COVID-19 pandemic and changes in the level of contact between older parents and their non-coresident children: A European study Jorik Vergauwen, Katrijn Delaruelle, Pearl A. Dykstra, Piet Bracke, Dimitri Mortelmans
14 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2021―Sep―13 The division of child care during the coronavirus crisis in Germany: How did short-time work affect fathers' engagement? Tabea Naujoks, Michaela Kreyenfeld, Sandra Dummert
15 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2021―Sep―13 Intergenerational care in corona times: Practices of care in Swedish families during the pandemic Sara Eldén, Terese Anving, Linn Alenius Wallin
16 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2021―Aug―16 First-time motherhood and intergenerational solidarities during COVID-19 Paula Pustulka, Marta Buler
17 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2021―Aug―12 Exploring COVID-19 lockdowns as unexpected paternity leave: One shock, diverse gender ideologies Alix Sponton
18 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2021―Aug―11 Managing uncertainty: Lone parents' time horizons and agency in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic Núria Sánchez-Mira, Benjamin Moles-Kalt, Laura Bernardi
19 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2021―Aug―11 What will the coronavirus do to our kids? Parents in Austria dealing with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on their children Ulrike Zartler, Vera Dafert, Petra Dirnberger
20 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2021―Jul―30 Workin' moms ain't doing so bad: Evidence on the gender gap in working hours at the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic Veronika Knize, Lina Tobler, Bernhard Christoph, Lukas Fervers, Marita Jacob
21 [GO] Journal of Family Research 2021―Jul―16 Perceived consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and childbearing intentions in Poland Izabela Malicka, Monika Mynarska, Joanna Świderska
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