Development and Family Processes in International Contexts

HDFS faculty are involved globally and conduct research in international settings examining individual, family, and community processes. Research projects examine the impact of social changes on families in communities in Vietnam, adolescent well-being and parent-child relationships in Latin America, adolescent social development in Great Britain. Faculty in this area are interested in examining the theoretical commonalities between the U.S. and international contexts as well as the unique contributions of geography and culture.

HDFS faculty who study Development and Family Processes in International Contexts include:

Mayra Bamaca

Rukmalie Jayakody

Jennifer Maggs