YOUTH VOICE JOURNAL

Youth Voice Journal (YVJ) is an international, multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that publishes theoretical contributions and empirical studies on international issues affecting young people. YVJ is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and ranked by Scopus. (c) IARS Publications ISSN 2056-2969

YVJ 2014 Volume 4

 

Article Gangs in Prison: The Nature and Impact of Gang Involvement Among Prisoners Emily Setty
Article Is the right to education important for the youth? Alexia Kapsampeli
Article Enabling young people to live the good life’: Orienting youth work to proper ends Michael Emslie
Article Young people, homelessness, UK welfare reform and food poverty in Scotland Karolina Gombert
Book review Book Review of Whyte, B. (2009) ‘Youth Justice in Practice: Making a Difference’ Book reviewed by  Dr Theo Gavrielides
Book review Book Review of Pascall, G. (2012) ‘Gender Equality in the Welfare State?’  Book reviewed by  Dr Theo Gavrielides
Book review Book Review of Dorling, D. (2011) ‘Injustice: why social equality matters’ Book reviewed by  Dr Theo Gavrielides
Article Young People’s Participation in the Formulation and Implementation of Ghana’s Youth Policy  Dr Jones Adu-Gyamfi
Article The Case of Nationality and the Duty to Assist – Do we have greater obligations of justice to co-nationals? James Quinlan
Article Young people’s experiences of Triage as a restorative disposal in Youth – A Qualitative Analysis Rebecca Forde and Claire Cooke
Article How can Evidence-Based Policy Emerge from Empirical Data? Charles Berg, Marianne Milmeister and Christiane Weis
Article The Impact of Ideology upon Separated and Displaced Children Seeking Asylum in the UK Josh Christie
Article Young People and Europe: Quantitatively researching Euroscepticism in Europe’s youth Patrick English
Article Bordered citizenship: National identities, transnational lives and the limitation of the UK’s National Citizen Service Seán F. Murphy
Book Review Book Review of Lammy, D. (2011) ‘Out of The Ashes – Britain After The Riots’ Book reviewed by Isabel Chapman
Article Legislative imbalance regarding parental responsibility of young offenders Muna Sabbagh
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