Of interest for researchers:
A new commentary in the Journal of Adolescent Health that provides guidance on improving research methodology in adolescent sexual health research, with particular focus on how to identify and avoid assumptions about genders, bodies, sexuality, relating styles, and cultural norms commonly made by researchers
This is a brief (only 2 journal pages) but informative piece that would be useful in research methods courses to give students a broad overview of critical thinking in research design or as a reference for researchers who wish to justify making methodological decisions that challenge problematic norms in research design, including quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research.
The paper can be downloaded from:
The second part of the special issue on the Cultural Politics of Nation and Childhood: Space, mobility and a global world in Global Studies of Childhood has been published.
The articles in both parts at the moment are freely downloadable so please do take the opportunity.
Check out the latest issue of Anthropology & Aging!
Published just before the New Year, Anthropology & Aging Vol. 35 No.1 is the first issue completely managed using the OJS digital journal platform. This issue features photographic essays, two extended length articles, and seven book reviews. Continue reading CFP and new issue TOC: Anthropology & Aging
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
Edited by Michael Bourdillon and Jo Boyden
Palgrave MacMillan, 2014
This new book brings together the latest findings from Young Lives on how poverty affects children’s development and how children and their families respond to poverty in their daily decisions and daily lives. The book shows how, amid general economic growth, many poor children are being left behind despite, the promises of the Millennium Development Goals. While the universalisaton of education now means that most children attend school, at least for a while, children from disadvantaged backgrounds often experience poor-quality education and learn least in school, creating inequality of opportunity.
Continue reading New release – Growing Up In Poverty: Findings from Young Lives