Association of Research on the Cultures of Young People (ARCYP)
ARCYP is a Canadian-based association with international membership, and has two main goals:
- To promote the study of and research in young peoples’ cultures and texts, in Canada and internationally, across a range of disciplines, and to build an understanding of such scholarship that defines “young people,” “culture,” and “text” broadly.
- To create interdisciplinary spaces for advocates, activists, and scholars to exchange research on young peoples’ cultures and texts, and to create opportunities for collaboration between academic scholars and members of community organizations that work with young peoples’ cultures and texts.
Affiliated with Jeunesse, ARCYP members often publish work in the journal, including in forums, reviews, and in Special Sections of articles (see sections in Volume 9.2 / Volume 12.1). The current ARCYP representative to Jeunesse's editorial board is Dr. Naomi Hamer.
To become a member of ARCYP, and to learn more about the association, visit their website.