Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal
© American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
Edited By: Dr. Sharon A. DeVaney
Online ISSN: 1552-3934
Virtual Issue: Families and Housing
Edited by JoAnn Emmel and Sharon A. DeVaney
Selecting "Families and Housing" as the theme for the first virtual issue of the Family & Consumer Sciences Research Journal is very timely given the current housing situation in the United States. This issue addresses some of the most urgent problems and issues related to people and their housing. To read the complete introduction, please click here.
A selection of articles from March 2006 – June 2009.
Borrower- and Mortgage-Related Factors Associated with FHA Foreclosures
Lucy Delgadillo and Amber Gallagher
Ethnicity and Household Expenditures: Furnishings, Fashion, and Flux?
Barbara Dyer, Katherine Annette Burnsed, and Carl L. Dyer
Attachment to "Place" and Coping with Losses in Changed Communities: A Paradox for Aging Adults
Christine C. Cook, Peter Martin, Mary Yearns, and Mary Lynn Damhorst
Residential Mortgage Default in Low- and High-Minority Census Tracts
Camille Pedersen and Lucy Delgadillo
An Analysis of Tenure and Household Structure Type by Household Composition
Stephanie E. Vanderford, Yoko Mimura, Anne L. Sweaney, and Andrew T. Carswell
Household Composition and Housing Expenditures in Rental-Occupied and Owner-Occupied Markets
Real Estate Brokerage, Homebuyer Training, and Homeownership Sustainability for Housing Assistance Programs
Wayne Archer, Stan Fitterman, and Marc T. Smith