Peer-reviewed international quarterly concerned with all aspects of reproductive health, fertility regulation, and family planning programmes in both developing and developed countries. Read original research articles, reports, commentary, book reviews and a data section with findings for individual countries from the Demographic and Health Surveys. Abstracts of journal articles and reports are also included in each issue.
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Family Research Council's oldest regular publication, interprets cultural, social, and political trends through the lens of a public philosophy that seeks to strengthen family-centred mediating institutions, including marriage, extended family, neighbourhood school, and church. Each bimonthly issue features a full-length essay providing in-depth, engaging analysis of one family-related issue along with sidebars highlighting related topics. Now in its twelfth year, Family Policy has explored subjects including tax fairness for families, education policy that returns decision-making to local communities and parents, and the historical and cultural context of the sexual revolution.
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SOS PAPA (Magazine in French on rights and responsibilities of fathers), 34, rue du Président Wilson, B.P. 49, F-78231 Le Pecq Cedex, France.