New Publication: Finnish Youth Research Anthology 1999–2014

Press release, Finnish Youth Research Network, 3rd of March 2016

Finnish Youth Research Anthology 1999–2014
Tommi Hoikkala & Meri Karjalainen (eds.)

The book is a compilation of peer-reviewed articles in English by youth researchers connected to the Finnish Youth Research Network (FYRN) that have been published during 1999–2014. The book showcases the achievements of the vibrant youth research community in Finland. The anthology brings to fore a selection of the type of research conducted by FYRN that is published internationally. One of the historically distinctive features of Finnish youth research lies in its connection with youth and public policy. A context like this produced the need for the research to contribute to the academic debate whilst also informing public policy. The book provides an overview of the Finnish youth research system and its fields. It contains an abundance of interesting articles from which to choose. The topics range from life cycle, social worlds and generation; scripts, discourses and narratives on youth; institutions and practices; media and consumption; ethnicity and multiculturalism, and youth work to research approaches and concepts.

Additional information: research professor Tommi Hoikkala, Finnish Youth Research Network, Helsinki, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., tel. +358 40 542 5446

Tommi Hoikkala & Meri Karjalainen (eds.) Finnish Youth Research Anthology 1999–2014. Finnish Youth Research Society/Finnish Youth Research Network Publications 172. 2016. ISBN 978-952-5994-93-3, ISSN 1799-9219, language: English. Bound, 635 pages, price: 34 euros.

Read the table of content here.

Orders: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or www.nuorisotutkimusseura.fi/julkaisut/verkkokauppa/kirjat/1063-finnish-youth-research-anthology-1999-2014

Book launch on Friday, the 4th of March in Kirkkokatu 6, Helsinki. The registration for coffee has ended but there are still seats available starting from 10 a.m. No registration is needed.