Longitudinal and Life Course Studies

Welcome to Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, the international journal that brings together the range of longitudinal research within the broad framework of life course study.    

"Everything about this journal marks it as a high-quality, well-cited product" (SCOPUS, 2014) 

Aim
To meet the communication needs of researchers using longitudinal and life course study methods at the interfaces of social, developmental and health sciences.

Impact
Accepted into the SCOPUS citation database in 2014. Accepted into Thompson Reuters' Emering Sources Citation Index (ESCI) in 2016.

Publication
Four times each year - January, April, July and October. 

Availability
Online free of charge one year from publication - go to ARCHIVES above. Manuscripts ‘approved for publication’ available via online repositories from the date of publication under the Green Model of Open Access.

Guidance
Readers, Authors and Librarians - go to right hand column of this page - also for registration details.


Vol 8, No 1 (2017): Longitudinal and Life Course Studies

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Special Section: Transition to young adulthood: the significance of inequalities of resources and contextual variations

Guest Editors: Marlis Buchmann, Tina Malti, and Heike Solga

Table of Contents

Editorial

John Bynner
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1-2

Special section – Transition to young adulthood: The significance of inequalities of resources and contextual variations

Marlis Buchmann, Heike Solga
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3-4
Tina Malti, Sebastian Dys, Lixian Cui, Marlis Buchmann
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5-19
Katja Upadyaya, Katariina Salmela-Aro
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20-34
Ingrid Schoon, Mark Lyons-Amos
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35-56
Michael H Esposito, Hedwig Lee, Margret T Hicken, Lauren C Porter, Jerald R Herting
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57-74

Papers

Jake Anders, Richard Dorsett
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75-103
Susanne Kelfve, Stefan Fors, Carin Lennartsson
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104-119

Full Issue

 
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