Special Issue: Inequality, Informational Warfare, Fakes and Self-Regulation in Education and Upbringing of Youth.

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Publication date: January 2023

Guest Editors: Dr. Hab. Eduard Balashov | Eduard.balashov@oa.edu.ua
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Theo Gavrielides |  contact@rj4allpublications.com

Eduard Balashov is a Doctor of Science in Psychology, Professor Member of the Association of Psychologists of Ukraine

Focus and Deadlines

As part of the Youth Voice Journal’s Special Issues, the Guest Editor, Dr Eduard Balashov, would like to invite you to submit theoretical contributions to “Inequality, Informational Warfare, Fakes and Self-Regulation in Education and Upbringing of Youth ”. All submitted articles that meet the special issue guidelines will go through a double-blind peer-review process.

The Special Issue will be published in January 2023. The deadline for article submissions is October 15, 2022. Authors are encouraged to contact the Guest Editor with a proposed title and a draft abstract by no later than August 30, 2022. Please send all your submissions to eduard.balashov@oa.edu.ua

About the Journal 

The Youth Voice Journal (YVJ®) is a leading, international, multidisciplinary and double-blind peer-reviewed journal that specialises in theoretical and empirical research about issues affecting young people all over the world.

The Youth Voice Journal (ISNN 2056-2969) is ranked and indexed by Scopus, ORCID, Kudos, EBSCO Information Services, The European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS) and Criminal Justice Abstracts. YVJ is also a member of COPE, and we adhere to codes of conduct for journal editors.

The YVJ is managed by an independent Academic and Editorial Board and seeks to provide a reference source for academia, policymakers and youth services internationally.

YVJ™ aims to include the following:

  • Create knowledge and contribute to the literature by publishing high-quality research on issues affecting young people;
  • Establish and develop youth-led methods in research and social policy-making;
  • Provide a platform for the international exchange of ideas with the aim of influencing policies and practices;
  • Actively encourage and aide those young people whose voices are rarely heard, and support them to publish their research.
The Special Issue

The aims of this special issue will cover the important issues of inequality, informational warfare and fakes, self-regulation in learning and the upbringing of the modern youth. The issues of proper and relevant youth education have constantly been arising, and we are aiming to cover also the topics connected with the perspectives for progressive youth education development in the nearest and distant future. The aims are supposed to be met via consideration of various viewpoints and prospectives of the authors from different countries for the issue of youth teaching and upbringing in the modern conditions in the world.

The Special Issue concerning Inequality, Informational Warfare, Fakes and Self-Regulation in Education and Upbringing of Youth will bring a new fresh scientific look at the issues of Youth Education and Youth Upbringing in the modern world. Nowadays, we consider a person to be the biggest value. Therefore we expect this issue to support this humanistic approach to youth education and upbringing and emphasize the necessity of new approaches. Some important challenges will be discovered, and the ways to overcome them will be distinguished in the scientific articles.

A List of Themes and Key Features of the Special Issue

  • Higher Education in Pandemic and Post-Pandemic Times;
  • Challenges and Perspectives of Distance Teaching and Learning during Pandemic;
  • Upbringing of Youth at HEI: Necessity or Needlessness?
  • Informational Warfare and Fakes in Youth Education;
  • Modern Approaches to Youth Education and Upbringing;
  • Youth Educational and Upbringing State Policy and Regulations;
  • Theoretical Aspects and Empirical Research of Youth Education and Upbringing;
  • Inequality in Education;
  • Self-Regulated Learning.
Editorial Policy 

If you wish and are interested in contributing to the YVJ, please consult our Author Guidelines and Editorial Policy. We aim to have every manuscripts peer-reviewed within a 4-6 week time frame before publication. The Youth Voice Journal is published by RJ4All Publications, a branch of Restorative Justice for All (RJ4All) International Institute. RJ4All is an international NGO with a mission to advance community and social cohesion, and redistribute power within society at the local, national and international levels.

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