Rivista Italiana di Educazione Familiare

The Italian Journal of Family Education (Rivista Italiana di Educazione Familiare – RIEF) includes original papers peer-reviewed – national and international – on the subject of family education and parenting support, which are set from a theoretical, historical and empirical point of view, and declined in an interdisciplinary perspective. Founded in 2006, RIEF is a six-monthly international scientific journal, open source published, and it is one of those international organs supporting AIFREF.

RIEF is addressed to all subjects involved in academic and pedagogical research, and to teachers, educators and practitioners of educational services as well.

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La Rivista Italiana di Educazione Familiare (RIEF) accoglie contributi originali peer-reviewed, nazionali e internazionali, sul tema dell’educazione familiare e del sostegno alla genitorialità, affrontati in chiave teorica, storica ed empirica e declinati in una prospettiva interdisciplinare. Fondata nel 2006, la Rivista è un periodico scientifico internazionale, semestrale, pubblicato in modalità open ed è uno degli organi portanti dell’associazione internazionale AIFREF.

RIEF Si rivolge al mondo accademico e della ricerca pedagogica e agli insegnanti e operatori dei servizi educativi.


Direttore scientifico / Scientific Editor in Chief
Clara Silva, Università di Firenze, Italy 

Comitato di direzione / Board of Directors
Chiara Bove, Università Milano-Bicocca, Italy 
Livia Cadei, Università Cattolica di Milano, Italy 
Alessandra Gigli, Università di Bologna, Italy 
Paola Milani, Università di Padova, Italy 
Massimiliano Stramaglia, Università di Macerata, Italy

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Number II, 2017

 [deadline: August 14th, 2017]

"The new figure of the father: intergenerational changes and cultural transformations"

Within the polymorphic vision of the contemporary family, the paternal figure deserves a renewed consideration and reflection: this is because the role of the father, especially between the end of the Twentieth century and the beginning of the New Millennium, has undergone a radical transformation in terms of maternage and child care, and also in relation to those social and educational policies that see him as an authoritative and autonomous parent.

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