About the Journal

The Journal of Psychosociological Research in Family and Culture (JPRFC) is a relatively new publication launched under the umbrella of KMAN Publication Inc. (KMANPUB). The principal objective of this academic journal is to uphold and maintain exceptional academic standards by rigorously scrutinizing research articles through a meticulous double-blind anonymous peer-review process. This process ensures that all research articles published in the journal meet the highest academic standards. In addition, the journal aims to foster open access to its publications to reach a broader audience.

JPRFC covers a wide range of topics related to family and culture, such as psychology, sociology, anthropology, and more. The journal provides an advantageous resource for professionals and scholars in these fields, as it offers a platform for publishing cutting-edge research and innovative ideas. The journal is committed to publishing articles that make significant contributions to the fields of family and culture, and that have practical implications for professionals working in these areas. Overall, JPRCF and Culture is an excellent addition to the academic community. With its emphasis on quality research, meticulous peer-review process, and commitment to open access, the journal is well-positioned to serve as a leading resource for professionals and scholars in the fields of family and culture.

The Journal of Psychosociological Research in Family and Culture covers a wide range of subjects that fall under the fields of Psychology, Sociology, and Anthropology. Here are some of the subfields and subjects that the journal focuses on:



  1. Family Psychology

- Family dynamics and interactions

- Communication patterns within families

- Impact of family relationships on mental health and well-being

  1. Cultural Psychology

- Role of culture in shaping thoughts, emotions, and behaviors

- Cultural beliefs and values and their influence on perceptions of the world

- Interactions between cultures and individuals


  1. Family Sociology

- Family structures, relationships, and dynamics

- Roles and responsibilities of family members

- Interaction of family systems with broader social and cultural contexts

  1. Cultural Sociology

- Influence of culture on social structures and behavior

- Cultural norms and values and their impact on social relationships and institutions

- Transmission of cultural values across generations


  1. Family Anthropology

- Study of family structures, roles, and relationships across different cultures and societies

- Definitions and organization of families in different cultural contexts

- Adaptation of families to changing social and economic conditions

  1. Cultural Anthropology

- Diversity of human cultures and their beliefs, practices, and institutions

- Influence of culture on human behavior and experience

- Relationship between culture, society, and individual identity


Publication Information
JPRFC publishes four issues per year, with occasional special issues coming in addition.

  • Director in Charge: M. Jafari
  • Editor-in-chief: Dr. M. Rostami
  • Publisher: KMAN Publication Inc. (KMANPUB)
  • Email: jprfc@kmanpub.com
  • Open Access: YES

Open Access Statement
Journal of Psychosociological Research in Family and Culture (JPRFC) is committed to immediate and real open access for academic work. All the original articles, technical briefs, and review papers published in this journal are free to access immediately from the date of publication. There are no charges for any reader to download articles and reviews for their own scholarly use.

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