Welcome to the Sociology of Childhood and Youth Research Cluster

Our aim is to foster, and encourage dialogue between, Canadian scholars interested in the sociology of children, childhood and youth, with a particular focus on scholarship prioritizing the experiences and perspectives of young people within broader social structures and inequalities.To … Continue reading

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Call For Abstracts reminder – January 28, 2019

Hello everyone – This is just a reminder that the call for abstracts for CONGRESS 2019 is still open until January 28th. The Children, Childhood, and Youth Research  Cluster has four sessions this year: Session Title: Canadian Scholarship In Childhood … Continue reading

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Update from the Children, Childhood and Youth RC

Hello everyone – hope that the changing season and the turn towards Fall are treating you all well. Just a quick thank you to everyone who was involved in making the International Sociological Association conference in July such a great … Continue reading

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CSA Children Childhood and Youth Research Cluster at CONGRESS

It’s almost that time again! CONGRESS 2017  is fast approaching and will be held in Toronto at Ryerson University from May 27-June 2. Here is a link to the various CYRC sessions – this year there are 6 sessions!  CSA conference … Continue reading

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CONGRESS submissions reminder

Hello everyone – just a reminder that presentation submissions to this year’s CSA Children Childhood and Youth Cluster sessions are due January 28th. Submissions are made via the CSA website. This year there are four sessions associated with the CCYC … Continue reading

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2017 CSA-SCS Annual Conference

Join us May 29 – June 1, 2017 for the Annual Conference! Children, Childhood and Youth Research Cluster affiliated sessions

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Final program for CYRC at CONGRESS 2016

CYRC 4, Children, Youth and Migration Tuesday, May 31, 3:30-5:00pm, Science A-107 Immigrant and refugee children and youth make up an important proportion of Canada’s population. However, relatively speaking, research on immigration has focused predominantly on the needs and concerns … Continue reading

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