Innovative, timely, and respected, the Journal of Leisure Research has published original research to advance the field of leisure studies since 1968. JLR is scientific in content and nature, focusing on conceptual and methodological advances and questions. In cooperation with the University of Minnesota, JLR is published five times annually. JLR is an official publication of the National Recreation and Park Association.
Deadline: October 15, 2015
We invite papers for a special issue of the Journal of Leisure Research to examine progress made and challenges ahead in research on leisure and families – 20 years re-visited. Contributions may include critical reviews, conceptual discussions focused on theoretical developments and/or alternate theorizations of family leisure.