Children, Youth and Environments: new papers just published

New issue of CYE available here:  http://www.jstor.org/action/showPublication?journalCode=chilyoutenvi

It contains a special section on Greening Early Childhood Education, which continues the 2014(2) special issue on this theme, and additional papers on environmental health, sense of place, and neighborhood perceptions (see below).  Continue reading Children, Youth and Environments: new papers just published

CFP- Conference on “Child and Teen Consumption: Cultural Contexts, Relations and Practices”

The conference will be organised by Aalborg University, Denmark and will take place from the 27-29 April 2016.

PhD workshop will also take place on the 26 April 2016.

A copy of the call for papers is attached and you will find all the information you need on the CTC 2016 website: www.ctc2016.aau.dk

Deadline for submission of extracts: 1 September 2015.

CFP: Canadian Journal of Children’s Rights

The Canadian Journal of Children’s Rights is an academic, peer-reviewed journal that aims to encourage a deeper understanding of the rights of children. It offers a forum for exchanging ideas and engaging in conversation regarding a range of issues relating to children’s rights. It is international in scope and content, and encourages diverse approaches to the subject.

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CFP: Panel on research methods for migrant/transnational kids & families

12th IMISCOE Conference: Rights, Democracy and Migration
Geneva, 25-27 June 2015

Second and final Call for Papers for a research panel proposal on: ‘The methodological challenges of conducting research with children of migrants (including teenagers and young adults) within (transnational) families’ 

 An increasing number of studies seek to consider the experiences and perspectives of migrants and their children (including teenagers and young adults) within the relational and intergenerational context of the transnational family. These studies present a range of research challenges in relation to accessing and recruiting participants; negotiating with ‘gatekeepers’ (i.e. parents or guardians); securing informed consent from both adults and children; and managing age, gender and other power dynamics within families. Researchers in these areas need to employ a reflexive practice in relation to procedural, ethical and methodological issues.  Continue reading CFP: Panel on research methods for migrant/transnational kids & families

ACYIG Annual Conference – Paper Submission Deadline Jan 10!

Please see the Call For Papers, and be sure to keep in mind that the deadline for submissions to the ACYIG conference in Long Beach March 1215 is fast approaching!  We look forward to your submissions, sent to [email protected]