Journal of Intergenerational Relationships


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Journal of Intergenerational Relationships JIR welcomes your papers. You can make a contribution to the intergenerational field by submitting your original work for publication. There are a variety of reasons to do so:

  • JIR reaches an international audience of intergenerational scholars, practitioners, and policy makers.
  • JIR includes both formal scholarly works and informal papers from the field. The diversity of papers provides a common venue for scholars and practitioners to share ideas.
  • JIR streamlines its publication procedures to facilitate quick publication of papers. Typically, paperss are reviewed within three months and appear in print within twelve months of acceptance.
  • JIR strives to maintain a high quality of scholarship and to attract a diverse constituency of writers and readers. We encourage manuscripts that address intergenerational initiatives related to programming, study, and relationships that have implications globally.

Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis. Please visit our Scholarly Papers, From the Field, or Contact Us links for submission contacts.

Before submitting your manuscript, please review our Instructions for Authors document.

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