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Research,  July 13, 2005

New On-Line Journal of Youth Development

"The National Association of Extension 4-H Agents (NAE4-HA) is pleased to announce the creation of an exciting new multidisciplinary applied research and practice on-line journal, Journal of Youth Development~ Bridging Research and Practice.† This journal will be focused on the development of school-aged youth through the transition to adulthood (ages 6-22). The inaugural issue will be published in early November, 2005.† With funding support from the National 4-H Leadership Trust, this refereed journal will feature original research, best practices in youth development programming, innovative research and evaluation methods and strategies, and reviews of resources of interest to youth development researchers and practitioners."

"The Journal of Youth Development~ Bridging Research and Practice is currently accepting submissions of papers for publication consideration in any of the following categories:

*Feature Articlesó2,000-3,000 word original research articles.
*†Program Articlesó1,500 word articles that highlight unique, successful, or promising youth development programs or initiatives.
* Research and Evaluation Strategy Articlesó1,000 word articles that describe innovative methodologies and strategies in the collection and analysis of quantitative or qualitative research and evaluation data.
* Resource Reviewsó300 word critical reviews of resources and tools that would be helpful to youth development professionals.

Please visit the following link to download the submission guidelines: http://www.nae4ha.org/profdev/joyd/index.html."

URL: http://listarchives.crc.uiuc.edu/sac/current/msg00015.html
Referred by: SAC-L Discussion List
Posted by hchung on July 13, 2005 | Research
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