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F1000 Biology Reports
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F1000 Medicine Reports
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Fabula ISSN: 0014-6242
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Full Text: 2003-03-01 - present
Fabula is a medium of discussion for issues of all kinds which are of interest to international folk narrative research. The journal contains eight divisions: Articles, Minor Contributions, Research Reports and Conference Reports, News, Projects and Queries, Reviews, Bibliographical Notes, and Books Received. Principal themes of the article section are the study of popular narrative traditions in their various forms (fairy tales, legends, jokes and anecdotes, exempla, fables, ballads, etc.), the interrelationship between oral and literary traditions as well as the contemporary genres. Interest focuses on Europe and overseas countries which are influenced by European civilization, but still, there is quite a number of contributions from other culture areas.
Facta Universitatis Series : Architecture and Civil Engineering ISSN: 0354-4605
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Full Text: 2002 - present
Facta Universitatis Series : Electronics and Energetics ISSN: 0353-3670
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Full Text: 1993 - present
Facta Universitatis Series : Linguistics and Literature ISSN: 0354-4702
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Full Text: 1996 - present
Facta Universitatis: Series Linguistics and Literature publishes papers across a broad range of topics in linguistics, literature and cultural studies. It also publishes scholarly reviews of literature, book reviews, and occasional commentaries on topics of concern to the academic community.
Facta Universitatis Series : Physical Education and Sport ISSN: 1451-740X
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Full Text: 1996 - present
Facta Universitatis. Series: Physical Education and Sport is the official publication of the University of Ni¨. It publishes original scientific papers and review papers relating to: physical education, recreation, sports, sport games, sport medicine, sport physiology, sport psyhology, sport sociology, sport philosophy, sport history, sport coaching, biomechanic, kinezitherapy, dance, health and exercise.
Facta Universitatis Series : Physics, Chemistry and Technology ISSN: 0354-4656
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Full Text: 2002 - present
Faculty of Information Quarterly
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Full Text: 2008 - 2011 (v1 i1 - v3 i4 )
Família, Saúde e Desenvolvimento ISSN: 1517-6533
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Full Text: 1999 - 2006 (v1 i1 - v8 i3 )
Families, Systems & Health: The Journal of Collaborative Family HealthCare ISSN: 1091-7527
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Full Text: 2000-03-01 - 2006-03-31
Acting as a vehicle to express the voices of change in the healthcare system with a focus on family, the biopsychosocial model, and collaboration; and to participate in making those changes more humane for patients, families, and healthcare professionals. Families, Systems, & Health is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal that publishes clinical research, training, and theoretical contributions in the areas of families and health, with particular focus on collaborative family healthcare.
Family & Community History ISSN: 1463-1180
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Full Text: 2003-05-01 - 12 months ago
Family & Community History brings together historical and geographical approaches to communities and families in the past, setting them in an awareness of the importance of place. Places provide the raw material for testing wider generalizations about the past and the journal explores the ways in which studies of local places can extend academic and theoretical contexts. In pursuit of this aim we believe a range of methodological approaches can be applied to the study of past communities, including micro-studies, oral history and qualitative research as well as quantitative studies. We define family and community history in a broad sense. Family can include studies of family and household structures, personal and family life cycles, family roles, kin relationships and migration. Community history can encompass social networks and structures, paid and unpaid work and religious, occupational, political or other voluntary-based communities. The focus is on the history of the UK and Ireland from the 18th to 20th centuries, although the journal will publish articles on other areas and places where they make a clear comparative or methodological contribution. The journal is peer-reviewed and combines scholarly methods and presentation with an emphasis on accessibility and an openness to independent as well as institutionally-based researchers. Family & Community History is the journal of the Family and Community Historical Research Society which aims to promote and communicate research in family and community history within a scholarly framework and to encourage links between institutionally-based and independent researchers.
Family Economics & Nutrition Review ISSN: 1085-9985
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Full Text: 1996-12-01 - 2004-12-31
Classification: Home economics -- United States; Nutrition policy -- United States.
Family Law Quarterly ISSN: 0014-729X
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Full Text: 2006-03-01 - present
A scholarly journal designed to keep practitioners current with an analytical view of existing and emerging family law issues, the Family Law Quarterly will keep you informed on the year's hot topics, including "Family Law in the Fifty States: Case Digests" and "A Review of the Year in Family Law".
Family Matters ISSN: 1030-2646
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Full Text: 1997-09-01 - present
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Full Text: 1994 - 12 months ago (v38 - )
Published by the Australian Institute of Family Studies three times a year, Family Matters is a lively and informative magazine for students, family service providers, policy makers, and anyone interested in families. Readers will find the latest Australian and international research on family trends, family breakdown, what makes for strong and enduring marriages, child development, economic and social policy, and a range of other family-related issues. Readers will get all the latest findings from the Institute's studies including the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children, the Australian Temperament Project, the Child Care in a Cultural Context Study, the Family Social Capital and Citizenship Study, and the Families and Work Decisions Study. Findings from the Institute's ongoing research into divorce, family formation and breakdown, and marriage and relationship education, will continue to be published. If you work with families, are interested or involved in family policy, or want to keep up-to-date on the trends affecting Australian families, then Family Matters is for you.
Family Medicine ISSN: 0742-3225
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Full Text: 1998 - present
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Family Medicine publishes original clinical and educational research of interest to family medicine faculty, practicing clinicians, residents, and others involved in family medicine education. The journal also publishes special articles and commentaries about the fundamental concepts of medical education, as well as book reviews and international reports. All original research reports and commentaries are anonymously refereed.
Family Planning Perspectives ISSN: 0014-7354
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Full Text: 1990-01-01 - 2001-11-30
Family Planning Perspectives, issued bimonthly since 1969, contains the results of research conducted in the United Sates and other developed countries. It serves researchers, policy makers and family planning program providers. Family planning is defined broadly to include contraceptive practice; fertility levels, trends and determinants; adolescent pregnancy; abortion; public policies and legal issues affecting childbearing; program operation, development and evaluation; information, education and communication activities; sexually transmitted diseases; and reproductive, maternal and child health. The journal also contains staff-written material summarizing research from other journals, discussing policy issues and providing coverage of conferences.
Family Practice ISSN: 0263-2136
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Full Text: 1984-03-01 - present (v1 i1 - )
Family Practice is an international journal aimed at practitioners teachers and researchers in the fields of family medicine general practice and primary care in both developed and developing countries. The journal offers its readership and international view of the problems and preoccupations in the field while providing a medium of instruction and exploration. The journal's range and content covers such areas as health care delivery epidemiology public health and medical sociology. The journal aims to be interdisciplinary and contributions from other disciplines of medicine and social science are always welcomed.
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