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Childhood Vulnerability Journal

Childhood Vulnerability Journal

Editor-in-Chief: Sabine Andresen
Associate Editor: Julia K├Ânig

ISSN: 2520-8071 (print version)
ISSN: 2520-808X (electronic version)

Journal no. 41255

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  • Emphasizes the social-ecological space of childhood and the impact on vulnerability and discrimination
  • Combines different social categories such as gender, poverty or ethnicity
  • Provides new insights in prevention and intervention
This journal presents multidisciplinary research on vulnerability and disadvantage in childhood. It provides a platform for conceptual and theory-oriented analysis, empirical data, and discussions of a diversity of methods and methodology relating to the study of childhood vulnerability across the globe. The journal focuses on, and brings together three perspectives: the theory of childhood as a social and historical construct with children being stakeholders; the systematical analysis of structural forms of disadvantage of children and youths, including causes and consequences; and a geographical approach, offering regional and context-specific research on such issues as poverty, disasters and wars in different regions, mental health, as well as new findings from children at risk studies.

Related subjects » Child & School Psychology - Medicine - Sociology

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    This journal presents multidisciplinary research on vulnerability and disadvantage in childhood. It provides a platform for conceptual and theory-oriented analysis, empirical data, and discussions of a diversity of methods and methodology relating to the study of childhood vulnerability across the globe. The journal focuses on, and brings together three perspectives: the theory of childhood as a social and historical construct with children being stakeholders; the systematical analysis of structural forms of disadvantage of children and youths, including causes and consequences; and a geographical approach, offering regional and context-specific research on such issues as poverty, disasters and wars in different regions, mental health, as well as new findings from children at risk studies.
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