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World Health Day 2019 Collection

International Day of Families 2019

The annual observance of the International Day of Families reflects the importance the international community attaches to families and their role in development. Enjoy articles exploring how to Improve education and institutional capacity on climate change mitigation, adaptation, and impact reduction, as well as integrating climate change measures into national policies, strategies and planning.

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Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies

Transformative mobilities in the Pacific: Promoting adaptation and development in a changing climate

‘Climate Refugees’: An Oceanic Perspective


Asia Pacific Viewpoint

Intra‐household constraints on educational attainment in rural households in Papua New Guinea

The dilemmas of normalising losses from climate change: Towards hope for Pacific atoll countries

Fijian adolescents’ understanding and evaluation of climate change: Implications for enabling effective future adaptation


Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

A focus on sexual and reproductive health is central to achieving RANZCOG's goal of excellence in women's health care

Socio‐demographic predictors of unintended pregnancy and late antenatal booking in Honiara, Solomon Islands

month follow‐up of a contraceptive implant outreach service in rural Papua New Guinea

Reviewing the cost‐effectiveness of long‐acting reversible contraceptive methods in an Australian context

Editorial – Māori's women's health in New Zealand


Australian Journal of Social Issues

The social and economic impacts of drought

The social cost of the Black Saturday bushfires

Indigenous land and sea management programs: Can they promote regional development and help “close the (income) gap”?


Health Economics

Language Barriers and Immigrant Health


Review of Development Economics

Aid, Environment and Climate Change



The Australian Journal of Anthropology

Grappling with flying as a driver to climate change: Strategies for critical scholars seeking to contribute to a socio‐ecological revolution

Weather from incest: The politics of indigenous climate change knowledge on Palawan Island, the Philippines

South Asian and South‐East Asian ‘greening’ practices: A response to climate change and biodiversity loss


Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography

Climate‐induced migration: Exploring local perspectives in Kiribati

The end of the Pacific? Effects of sea level rise on Pacific Island livelihoods

Managing fragile homestead trees to improve livelihoods of land‐poor farmers in the Northern Highlands of Ethiopia


New Zealand Geographer

Resilience of family farming 1984–2014: Case studies from two sheep/beef hill country districts of New Zealand

Resource management and Māori attitudes to water in southern New Zealand


Geographical Research

Identification of limits and barriers to climate change adaptation: case study of two islands in Torres Strait, Australia

A Constructivist Approach to Climate Change Teaching and Learning

The Effects of Climate and Socio‐Demographics on Direct Household Carbon Dioxide Emissions in Australia

Assessing Socio‐Economic Vulnerability to Climate Change Impacts and Environmental Hazards in New South Wales and Queensland, Australia


Oceania

‘We Live Like This’: Local Inequalities and Disproportionate Risk in the Context of Extractive Development and Climate Change on New Hanover Island, Papua New Guinea

Watercourses and Discourses: Coalmining in the Upper Hunter Valley, New South Wales


Asian Social Work and Policy Review

Disaster preparedness among households in the Badakhshan Province in Afghanistan: A baseline evaluation study


Infant Mental Health Journal

Influence of in utero exposure to maternal depression and natural disaster‐related stress on infant temperament at 6 months: The children of Superstorm Sandy


Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior

Nonfatal Suicidal Behaviors of Chinese Rural‐to‐Urban Migrant Workers: Attitude Toward Suicide Matters


Journal of Research On Adolescence

Unauthorized Status and Youth Development in the United States: Consensus Statement of the Society for Research on Adolescence


International Journal of Psychology

Environmental attitudes in China: The roles of the Dark Triad, future orientation and place attachment


British Journal of Social Psychology

Responding to natural disasters: Examining identity and prosociality in the context of a major earthquake


Analysis of Social Issues and Public Policy

Hope for the Future in Mitigating Climate Change? On Statistically Modeling Self‐Sacrifice in the Face of Global Warming


Journal of Family Theory & Review

Shared Obliviousness in Family Systems


Child Development Perspectives

From Developmental Psychologist to Water Scientist and Back Again: The Role of Interdisciplinary Research in Developmental Science



Wiley Prize in Family Science: The Alexis Walker Award

for the best research in the Family Science field published in a Wiley journal in 2017 & 2018

This biannual prize provides an award of $5,000 to acknowledge excellence in family science scholarship. The Award is given as recognition of any distinguished contribution to path-breaking new research or innovative theory development in the family science field. Apply or nominate here!