(The TQCC of Young is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
Impacts of the COVID-19 Control Measures on Widening Educational Inequalities32
The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Lifestyle: How Young people have Adapted Their Leisure and Routine during Lockdown in Italy25
Playing Apart Together: Young People’s Online Gaming During the COVID-19 Lockdown22
Youth, Precarious Work and the Pandemic20
Emerging Adulthood in the Time of Pandemic: The COVID-19 Crisis in the Lives of Rural Young Adults in Finland15
Being NEET in Youthspaces of the EU South: A Post-recession Regional Perspective15
‘It’s Turned Me from a Professional to a “Bedroom DJ” Once Again’: COVID-19 and New Forms of Inequality for Young Music-Makers14
Failure and Futurity: The Transformative Potential of Queer Skateboarding14
Regimes of Youth Participation? Comparative Analysis of Youth Policies and Participation across European Cities13
‘We’re Meant to Be Crossing Over … but the Bridge Is broken’: 2020 University Graduates’ Experiences of the Pandemic in Ireland13
‘It’s Been a Massive Struggle’: Exploring the Experiences of Young People Leaving Care During COVID-1911
Radically Ordinary Lives: Young Rural Stayers and the Ingredients of the Good Life in Finnish Lapland10
Temporal Experiences of Confinement: Exploring Young People’s Experiences in Danish Secure Institutions9
The Gap Between Youth and Politics: Youngsters Outside the Regular School System Assessing the Conditions for Be(com)ing Political Subjects9
Building Educational Resilience Through Transnational Mobility Trajectories: Young People Between Ghana and The Netherlands8
Conceptualizing Well-being in Youth: The Potential of Youth Clubs8
‘Democracy and Active Citizenship Are Not Just About the Elections’: Youth Civic and Political Participation During and Beyond Singapore’s Nine-day Pandemic Election (GE2020)7
The Deterioration of the Spanish Youth Labour Market (1985–2015): An Interdisciplinary Case Study7
Negotiating, Opposing, and Transposing Dangerousness: A Relational Perspective on Young People’s Experiences of Secure Care7
Introduction to Special Issue. Distancing, Disease and Distress: The Young and COVID-19: Exploring Young People’s Experience of Inequalities and Their Resourcefulness During the Pandemic6
‘We Want Freedom Not Just Safety’: Biography of a Girlfesto as a Strategic Tool in Youth Activism5
Australian Sudanese and South Sudanese Youths’ Perspectives on the Youth/Parent Relationship and Its Influence on the Transition to Adulthood5
Error Correction of Restrictive Measures: Appeals Made by Young People in Care5
Blurred Lines: The Ambiguity of Disparaging Humour and Slurs in Norwegian High School Boys’ Friendship Groups5
Profiles of Citizenship Orientations Among Youth5
Social Citizenship Aspirations: An Alternative Line of Analysis of the Social Reproduction of Youth Inequality5
The Film Kids 25 Years On: A Qualitative Study of Rape Culture and Representations of Sexual Violence in Skateboarding5
The Beautiful and the Fit Reap the Spoils: Body Image as a Condition for the Positive Effects of Electronic Media Communication on Well-being Among Early Adolescents5
Head-first into Upper Secondary Education: Finnish Young People Making Classed and Gendered Educational Choices4
Introduction to Special Issue. Distancing, Disease and Distress: The Young and COVID-19: Exploring Young People’s Experience of Inequalities and Their Resourcefulness During the Pandemic4
The Importance of Significant Others in Preventing Extremism: The Philosophy and Practice of the Swedish Tolerance Project4
‘I Think It’ll All Blow Over in the End’: How Young People Perceive the Impact of COVID-19 on Their Future Orientations4
‘You Can’t Do Anything Right’: How Adolescents Experience and Navigate the Achievement Imperative on Social Media4
Shame, Anger and the Lived Experience of School Disengagement for Marginalised Students: A Recognition Theory Approach4
On the Pathway to an Unforeseeable Future: An Actantial Analysis of Career Designs of Young People4
Pandemic Impacts for Indigenous Children and Youth Within Canada: An Ethical Analysis4