Series: Human Rights for Children and Youth
Volume 24: Human Rights for Children and Youth: Sociocultural Differentiation, Resistance and Unity.
Guest Editor: Magali Reis – Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais – Brazil
Co-editor: Marcelo S. Isidório – Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais – Brazil
Recognizing children and youths as social, historical, cultural and geographic constructions, and directly dependent on the context of the society to which they are inserted, the journal Sociological Studies of Children and Youth (SSCY) invites articles to be considered for Volume 24: Human Rights for Children and Youth: Sociocultural Differentiation, Resistance and Unity. This volume will consider presenting the different situations in which children and young people are submitted in the different continents of this planet through work that problematizes the living conditions of children and young people in different contexts, such as: urban-industrial, metropolitan, rural, indigenous, andean, riparian, ghetto, shanty towns, eskimos, hit by natural accidents, and others.
Deadline for submission: January 1, 2019. Proposals will be accepted only in English.
If you have any questions, please contact the guest editor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Manuscripts must have a maximum of 30 pages (14,500 words), including references, must follow the author’s guidelines and must use the APA 6th Edition style.
Please send manuscripts electronically to guest editor Magali Reis (email@example.com) with “SSCY Volume 24” in the subject line.
Sociological Studies of Children and Youth (SSCY) is proud to be sponsored by the American Sociological Association (ASA) Section on Children and Youth. Contributions from all methodological and theoretical orientations are welcomed and peer reviewed.
The publication of this volume will be in the fall of 2019.
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