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Childhood Vulnerability Journal

Childhood Vulnerability Journal

Editor-in-Chief: Sabine Andresen
Co-Editor: Gill Main
Associate Editor: Julia König

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

Journal no. 41255


Sabine Andresen,
Goethe University of Frankfurt, Germany


Gill Main, University of Leeds, UK

Associate Editor

Julia König, Goethe University of Frankfurt, Germany

Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief

Aysel Sultan, Goethe University of Frankfurt, Germany

Editorial Board

Rita Casale, Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany; Susana Cortes-Morales, University of Leeds, UK; Tobia Fattore, Macquaria University, Australia; Joanne Faulkner, University of New South Wales, Australia; Vera King, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany; Christine Kirchhoff, International Psychoanalytic University, Germany; Jill Korbin, Case Western Reserve University, USA; Dagmar Kutsar, University of Tartu, Estonia; Nazan Maksudyan, Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient, Germany; Amy Mullin, University of Toronto, Canada; Gerry Redmond, Flinders University, Australia; Keetie Roelen, Institute of Development Studies (IDS), UK; Mónica Ruiz-Casares, McGill University, Canada; Jonathan B. Singer, Loyola University Chicago, USA; Annie Smith, McCreary Centre Society, Canada; Dafna Tener, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel; Friederike Wapler, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany.

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  • Aims and Scope

    Aims and Scope


    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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