"The Journal of Comparative Family Studies provides a unique cross-cultural perspective on the study of the family. It promotes the interaction between different cultures and life styles. It provides the latest trends in research. Established since 1970, it contains valuable material for sociologists, anthropologists, family counselors, and social psychologists. The journal is an important source for promoting a better understanding of inter ethnic family interaction that is essential for all multicultural societies." (from publisher's website)
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Teerawichitchainan, Bussarawan, John E. Knodel, Manh Loi Vu, and Tuan Huy Vu. 2010. "The Gender Division of Household Labor in Vietnam: Cohort Trends and Regional Variations." Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 41(1): 57-85.