As the flagship journal of the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD), Child Development has published articles, essays, reviews, and tutorials on various topics in the field of child development since 1930.
Child and Youth Development
Child Care in Practice is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal that provides an international forum for professionals working in all disciplines in the provision of children's services, from social care to health care, medicine to psychology, education, the police and probationary services, to solicitors and barristers.
Families, Relationships and Societies, An international Journal of research and debate is a new social science journal designed to advance scholarship and debate in the growing field of families and relationships across the life course.
The Journal of Adolescence is an international, broad based, cross-disciplinary journal that addresses issues of professional and academic importance concerning development between puberty and the attainment of adult status within society. It provides a forum for all who are concerned with the nature of adolescence, whether involved in teaching, research, guidance, counseling, treatment, or other services.
Children, Spirituality, Loss and Recovery: What do we mean by 'spirituality' and what relevance does it have to schooling and society? The International Journal of Children's Spirituality seeks to debate such questions through peer reviewed contributions from those in education concerned with these issues.
New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development is a quarterly thematic journal dedicated to new perspective and scholarship in the field of child and adolescent development. Each volume in the series is a completely self-contained, fully indexed edited collection of articles focusing on one specific topic.
CIEC is a peer-reviewed international research journal. The journal provides a forum for researchers and professionals who are exploring new and alternative perspectives in their work with young children (from birth to eight years of age) and their families. CIEC aims to present opportunities for scholars to highlight the ways in which the boundaries of early childhood studies and practice are expanding, and for readers to participate in the discussion of emerging issues, contradictions and possibilities.
An international view of early childhood care and education
The International Journal of Early Childhood is the peer-reviewed journal of OMEP: l'Organisation Mondiale pour l'Education Préscolaire, whose membership numbers some 2,000 people in 70 countries around the globe.
The Journal of Research in Childhood Education, a publication of the Association for Childhood Education International, features articles that advance knowledge and theory of the education of children, infancy through early adolescence.
The Journal of Child & Adolescent Mental Health publishes papers that contribute to improving the mental health of children and adolescents, especially those in Africa.
Website resources includes journal articles, news, foum and book reviews, the world's leading publication for the latest news on children, youth and their environments. Endorsed by UN-Habitat and guided by a distinguished Editorial Advisory Board, the Journal is a one-stop online resource, which supports the sharing of knowledge across disciplinary and national boundaries.
Published annually by The Consultative group on Early Childhood Care and Development, The Coordinators' Notebook comprises a focussed, issue-based article, identified through feedback from partners and/or emerging gaps and priorities in the field.
Family Matters is the research journal of the Australian Institute of Family Studies. It contains the latest Institute research and contributions from Australia's most respected social scientists, social policy analysts, service provider and research agencies.
Early Childhood Matters is a journal about early childhood that looks specifically at issues regarding the development of young children from a particularly psychosocial perspective.
Young Lives is an international study of childhood poverty tracking the changing lives of 12,000 children in Ethiopia, India (in the state of Andhra Pradesh), Peru and Vietnam over a 15-year period. This is the timeframe set by the UN to assess progress towards the Millennium Development Goals. Through interviews, group work and case studies with the children, their parents, teachers, community representatives and others, we are collecting a wealth of information not only about their material and social circumstances, but also their perspectives on their lives and aspirations for the futures, set against the environmental and social realities of their communities.