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Youth & Society, USA, California, Newbury Park, SAGE Publication, 1969- журнал научный рецензируемый многодисциплинарный о проблемах молодежи в обществе; редактор Марк ЦИММЕРМАН (Мичиганский университет) Youth & Society, USA, California, Newbury Park, SAGE Publication, 1969- journal peer-reviewed academic publishes papers in the field of sociology; the journal's editor is Marc ZIMMERMAN (University of Michigan).

Год основания, время изданияYear of foundation, publication timeРедактор(ы)Editor(s)Издатель, спонсор(ы)Publisher, Sponsor(s)РедколлегияEditorial boardРецензентыReviewer(s)
Периодичность изданияPeriodicity of publicationРейтингRatingРасходы, гонорарыExpenses, royaltiesТиражPrint runБукинистикаBooksellering
Жанр, тема, систематикаGenre, subject, taxonomy

Journal Description

ISSN: 0044-118X  Online ISSN: 1552-8499 

Youth & Society is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that focuses on issues related to the 10-24 year old population. We are interested in both U.S. and global adolescent populations. We do not publish studies with sampling from university students. Although the adolescent period is the focus of the journal, transitional issues from childhood to adolescence and from adolescence to adulthood are also of interest. Relevant topics include a wide array of issues ranging from individual level factors to policy concerns pertinent to adolescence. We are particularly interested in the social, contextual, and political factors that influence healthy and harmful adolescent development. We are open to a range of both quantitative and qualitative methodologies.

 

The journal includes studies from diverse disciplines including but not limited to:

  • Psychology
  • Public Health
  • Sociology
  • Education
  • Social Work
  • Criminology
  • Anthropology
  • Political Science

Youth & Society is published 6 times a year. We provide researchers, educators, counselors, and policy makers with the latest research and scholarship in this dynamic field. The journal is a valuable resource that examines critical contemporary issues and presents both theoretical and applied information that is vital to those studying and working with adolescence. We also publish theme issues and sections devoted to special topics that are particularly germane for the field.

This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
 

Aims and Scope

Youth & Society has provided educators, counselors, researchers, and policy makers with the latest research and scholarship in this dynamic field for over forty years, This valuable resource examines critical contemporary issues and provides useful practical information for studying and working with 10-24 year olds. The journal, published 6 times per year, features peer-reviewed empirical and review articles written by distinguished scholars and practitioners from a variety of disciplines and fields, including: sociology, psychology, public health, social work, education, criminology, anthropology, human services, and political science.
 

Editorial Board

 

Editor
Marc Zimmerman University of Michigan, USA
Editorial Board
Ron A. Astor University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Tracey E. Barnett University of Florida, USA
Elaine Belansky University of Denver, USA
Debra Bernat George Washington University, USA
John M. Bolland University of Alabama, USA
B. Bradford Brown University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
Laurie Chassin Arizona State University, Department of Psychology, USA
Brian Christens Vanderbilt University, USA
Paul Chung University of California Los Angeles, USA
Katherine Elkington Columbia University, USA
Stevenson Fergus Queen's University, Ontario, Canada
Colleen Loomis Wilfred Laurier University, Canada
Alison B. Ludden College of the Holy Cross, USA
Emily J. Ozer University of California Berkeley, USA
Paula B. Repetto Catholic University, Santiago, Chile
Stella M. Resko Wayne State University, USA
Daniel Romer University of Pennsylvania, USA
Jean Shoveller University of British Columbia, Canada
Sarah Stoddard University of Michigan, USA
Susan Tortolero University of Texas, USA
Jin-Liang Wang Southwest University, Chongqing, China

Journal Description

ISSN: 0044-118X      Online ISSN: 1552-8499 

Youth & Society is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that focuses on issues related to the 10-24 year old population. We are interested in both U.S. and global adolescent populations. We do not publish studies with sampling from university students. Although the adolescent period is the focus of the journal, transitional issues from childhood to adolescence and from adolescence to adulthood are also of interest. Relevant topics include a wide array of issues ranging from individual level factors to policy concerns pertinent to adolescence. We are particularly interested in the social, contextual, and political factors that influence healthy and harmful adolescent development. We are open to a range of both quantitative and qualitative methodologies.

 

The journal includes studies from diverse disciplines including but not limited to:

  • Psychology
  • Public Health
  • Sociology
  • Education
  • Social Work
  • Criminology
  • Anthropology
  • Political Science

Youth & Society is published 6 times a year. We provide researchers, educators, counselors, and policy makers with the latest research and scholarship in this dynamic field. The journal is a valuable resource that examines critical contemporary issues and presents both theoretical and applied information that is vital to those studying and working with adolescence. We also publish theme issues and sections devoted to special topics that are particularly germane for the field.

This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
 

Aims and Scope

Youth & Society has provided educators, counselors, researchers, and policy makers with the latest research and scholarship in this dynamic field for over forty years, This valuable resource examines critical contemporary issues and provides useful practical information for studying and working with 10-24 year olds. The journal, published 6 times per year, features peer-reviewed empirical and review articles written by distinguished scholars and practitioners from a variety of disciplines and fields, including: sociology, psychology, public health, social work, education, criminology, anthropology, human services, and political science.
 

Editorial Board

 

Editor
Marc Zimmerman University of Michigan, USA
Editorial Board
Ron A. Astor University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Tracey E. Barnett University of Florida, USA
Elaine Belansky University of Denver, USA
Debra Bernat George Washington University, USA
John M. Bolland University of Alabama, USA
B. Bradford Brown University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
Laurie Chassin Arizona State University, Department of Psychology, USA
Brian Christens Vanderbilt University, USA
Paul Chung University of California Los Angeles, USA
Katherine Elkington Columbia University, USA
Stevenson Fergus Queen's University, Ontario, Canada
Colleen Loomis Wilfred Laurier University, Canada
Alison B. Ludden College of the Holy Cross, USA
Emily J. Ozer University of California Berkeley, USA
Paula B. Repetto Catholic University, Santiago, Chile
Stella M. Resko Wayne State University, USA
Daniel Romer University of Pennsylvania, USA
Jean Shoveller University of British Columbia, Canada
Sarah Stoddard University of Michigan, USA
Susan Tortolero University of Texas, USA
Jin-Liang Wang Southwest University, Chongqing, China
Архив фото, видео, аудиоArchives photo, video, audio
РубрикиRubrics
Издательство, место изданияPublishing house, place of publication
ПолиграфияPolygraphyГеография чтенияGeography of reading
Предшественники, аналогиPredecessors, analoguesСоциология чтенияSociology of reading
Конфликты, скандалыConflicts, scandalsФетишизацияFetishization
Освещение в медиаMedia Coverage
ПереводыTranslations
Лица, причастные к изданиюPersons involved in the publicationПереиздания, репринтыRepublications, reprints
ЦензурированиеCensorshipОтзывыOpinions
ЭкзыExsУпоминаемостьQuotableness
Плагиат, криминалPlagiarism, criminalБиблиография рецензийBibliography of reviews
Прекращение изданияTermination of the publicationСеть, полный текст выпусковWEB, the full text of the issues