1. Editor's Introduction to the Special Issue
  2. James M. White
  3. p. 235
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  1. Wrestling with Role Strain in a Pandemic: Family, 'Stay-at-Home' Directive, and the COVID-19 Pandemic
  2. Stella R. Quah
  3. pp. 236-253
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  1. Family Stress and Coping Among African Americans in the Age of COVID-19
  2. Cassandra Chaney
  3. pp. 254-273
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  1. The Effects of COVID-19 Confinement on the Spanish Family: Adaptation or Change?
  2. Luis Ayuso, Félix Requena, Olga Jiménez-Rodriguez, Nadia Khamis
  3. pp. 274-287
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  1. COVID-19, Lockdown and the Family in Zimbabwe
  2. Tom Tom, Clement Chipenda
  3. pp. 288-300
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  1. How Has COVID-19 Changed Family Life and Well-Being in Korea?
  2. Jaerim Lee, Meejung Chin, Miai Sung
  3. pp. 301-313
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  1. The COVID-19 Pandemic and its Impact on the Southern United States
  2. Christian D. Johnston, Ruoxi Chen
  3. pp. 314-323
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  1. Brazilian Families Facing the COVID-19 Outbreak
  2. Isabela Machado da Silva, Silvia Renata Lordello, Beatriz Schmidt, Gabriela Sousa de Melo Mietto
  3. pp. 324-336
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  1. Burdens, Resilience, and Mutual Support: A Comparative Study of Families in China and South Korea Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
  2. Bin Lian, Soo-Yeon Yoon
  3. pp. 337-346
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  1. COVID-19 in Zambia: Implications for Family, Social, Economic, and Psychological Well-Being
  2. Sherinah Saasa, Spencer James
  3. pp. 347-359
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  1. Japanese Families and COVID-19: "Self-Restraint", Confined Living Spaces, and Enhanced Interactions
  2. Allen J. Kim, Johanna O. Zulueta
  3. pp. 360-368
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  1. COVID-19 in Ghana: Changes and the Way Forward
  2. Joana Salifu Yendork, Spencer James
  3. pp. 369-384
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  1. Singaporean Families' Adaptation and Resilience During the COVID-19 Global Pandemic
  2. Pei-Chun Ko, Soon-Hock Kang
  3. pp. 385-398
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  1. Why "We Can't Breathe" During COVID-19
  2. Dannielle Joy Davis, Cassandra Chaney, Rhonda BeLue
  3. pp. 417-428
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  1. The COVID-19 Pandemic: An Immigrant Family Story on Reconnection, Resistance, and Resiliency
  2. Ranjan Datta, Jebunnessa Chapola, Prarthona Datta, Prokriti Datta
  3. pp. 429-444
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  1. A Finale for JCFS' "Global Family Perspectives on COVID-19" Special Issue: Themes and Reflections
  2. Daniel Perlman
  3. pp. 445-453
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