Nordisk tidsskrift for ungdomsforskning

Nordisk tidsskrift for ungdomsforskning (Nordic Journal for Youth Research) is an open access peer-reviewed journal focusing on youth and youth life from the social sciences perspective. Articles are written in Danish, Norwegian, Swedish and English.

Aims and scope: “Nordisk tidsskrift for ungdomsforskning (Nordic Journal for Youth Research) is an open access interdisciplinary social science journal. The journal aims to contribute towards a growth in knowledge around youth and youth life in the Nordic countries and to be the leading publication platform for Nordic youth research in Scandinavian languages, publishing research articles, debate/commentary articles and book reviews on youth and youth-related issues from a Nordic context. Key issues include gender, class and inequality, multicultural society, leisure, school and education, youth culture, values ​​and attitudes, democracy and participation, upbringing and family life, health and well-being, violence and abuse, drug use, crime and the transition between youth and young adulthood.”

Frequency: 5 issues per year

Launched: 2019

Peer reviewed: yes, double-blind review

Open access: yes

Languages: Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, English

Genres: research article, feature article, analysis (“en scenes anatomi”), video essay, interview, book review

Length of research articles: N/A

Reference style: Harvard style

Book reviews: yes

Publisher: Scandinavian University Press

Venue of publication: Oslo

Publication level: 1 (Norway)

Indexing: SHERPA/RoMEO, Google Scholar, Norart, Primo Central Index (Ex Libris) / Oria, The Summon Service (ProQuest), Ebsco Discovery Services, WorldCat Lokal (OCLC)