Electronic publications in English are listed below and the comprehensive series of the electronic publications written in Finnish can be found at our online store's page Verkkojulkaisut (in Finnish). A selection of Finnish publications which have abstracts in English can be found from the page Abstracts of Publications.
In addition to electronic publications Finnish Youth Research Network also publishes printed publications which are part of the Publication Series.
Exceptional Life Courses. Elite Athletes and Successful Artists in 2000s Finland (pdf)
Mikko Salasuo, Mikko Piispa & Helena Huhta
Youth Barometer Summary 2014 (pdf)
Youth guarantee in everyday life and politics in the Finnish context (pdf)
Introduction to a pamphlet by the Finnish Youth Research Network
Anu Gretschel, Kari Paakkunainen, Anne-Mari Souto & Leena Suurpää
Youth Participation Good Practices in Different Forms of Regional and Local Democracy (pdf)
Gretschel, Levamo, Kiilakoski, Laine, Mäntylä, Pleyers, Raisio
Also published in Russian: https://www.nuorisotutkimusseura.fi/julkaisut/verkkokauppa/verkkojulkaisut/1266-%D0%BC%D0%BE%D0%BB%D0%BE%D0%B4%D0%B5%D0%B6%D0%BD%D0%BE%D0%B5-%D1%83%D1%87%D0%B0%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B8%D0%B5
Children’s Media Barometer 2013 - summary (pdf)
Youth Barometer 2012 Summary (pdf)
Perspectives to Doping Substance Use outside Elite Sports in Finland (pdf)
Mikko Salasuo & Mikko Piispa
Digital Pioneers. Cultural Drivers of Future Media Culture (pdf)
Sonja Kangas (ed.)
And yet it works! Sober notes on public substance education (pdf)
Markku Soikkeli, Mikko Salasuo, Anne Puuronen ja Matti Piispa
Youth Work in Finland – Finding Ways for Intercultural Opening (pdf)
Youth Participation in Finland and in Germany. Status Snalysis and Data Based Recommendations (pdf)
Eva Feldmann-Wojtachnia, Anu Gretschel, Vappu Helmisaari,Tomi Kiilakoski, Aila-Leena Matthies, Sigrid Meinhold-Henschel, Roland Roth & Pia Tasanko.
A report made by Finnish-German researchers is a comparative overview of youth participation in Germany and Finland. The project was launched in November 2007 as a bilateral cooperation initiative by the Finnish Ministry of Education and the German Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth (BMFSFJ). Youth participation and active citizenship are traditionally reported mainly in terms of membership in organizations. This report attempts to go beyond that. The researchers asked to what extent young people are able to engage in the planning of activities and how strong a voice they have in decision-making.
Also in Russian (pdf)
Intergenerational Relations in Families with an Immigrant Background (pdf)
A Report on family interviews for project INTERFACE
Mixed Methods in Youth Research (pdf)
Helena Helve (ed.)
"To a Town with a Better Future". Young People and Their Future Orientation in the Barents Region (pdf)
A report by Anne Soininen based on a broad questionnaire data base concerning the thoughts and feelings of young people in the Barents region.
The Rhetoric of Youth Living by the Baltic Sea: Mutant and Mobile Political Spaces of Citizens (pdf)
Young people from seven countries of the surrounding the Baltic Sea write about their political identities. Kari Paakkunainen interprets the nature of these young people's political spaces and relations are like in the post-Cold War era.
A Comparative Study of Living Conditions and Participation of Rural Young People in a Changing Europe, RYPE1 (pdf), RYPE2 (pdf).
The final reports of parts 1 and 2 of a study partially funded by the EU concerning young people's living conditions. The coordinator for this project is Helena Helve.
Youth, Racist Violence and Anti-racist Responses in the Nordic Countries (pdf)
A collection of articles edited by Timo Virtanen.