The Latin American Social Sciences Journal for Childhood and Youth is a biannual publication that gathers research and inter and trans-disciplinary meta-analysis results in order to introduce unpublished papers. The journal also accumulates and debates knowledge and know-how on childhood and youth of Colombia, Latin America and the Caribbean and contributes to the research of very complex subject matter from diverse disciplinary perspectives such as neuroscience, psychology, sociology, anthropology, education, linguistics, history and philosophy. 


Its basis is the Doctorate program in Social Sciences, Childhood and Youth of the Center of Advanced Studies in Childhood and Youth. This is the result of a partnership between the University of Manizales and CINDE in Manizales, Colombia. It is directed at people interested in theory, studies practices, research, analysis and gaining deeper insight into children and young people as well as designing, evaluating and comparing programs and policies on childhood and youth. The journal accepts articles in Spanish, Portuguese, French and English, preferably derived directly from research formally endorsed by universities, research centers and public and private financing entities.



Héctor Fabio Ospina


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