American Journal of Educational Research
ISSN (Print): 2327-6126 ISSN (Online): 2327-6150 Website: Editor-in-chief: Ratko Pavlović
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Special Issue "Vulnerability in adolescents-current trends in addiction development"

A special issue of American Journal of Educational Research (ISSN 2327-6150).

Special Issue Editors

Chief Guest Editor

Marilena Ticusan
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Spiru Haret, Romania

Special Issue Information

It is known that adolescence represents a period of huge purchases in the development of children from a social, emotional and cognitive point of view. Regrets, satisfaction, disgust, sadness, repugnance, shame, escape, jealousy, jealousy, fear, bitterness, prank, horror, pride, excitement, excitement, exaltation, pleasure, calm, aversion, happiness, anxiety, anger, exaltation, ecstasy, gentleness, etc., are just a few types of obvious emotional states in young people.

It is a period of self-assertion, increasing personal autonomy, and experimenting with countless behaviors - some of the risk area. No adolescent is immune to addiction, regardless of gender. social class, urban or rural area, safe school or disreputable school. However, there are personal, family or social risk factors that predispose to abuse and addiction. Any activity that is enjoyable has the potential to cause addiction, but only in a context that favors this. turning the person into a prisoner of his own choices.

The purpose of this Special Issue is to bring to the forefront the diversity of situations in which teenagers become vulnerable and the upward trend of dependencies of any kind.

Objectives are to identify the more harmful effects of addictions with impact on the health and psychological integrity of the younger generation

It is also desirable to propose innovative intervention programs for various addictive situations of adolescents so that they can acquire increased self-esteem and make the right choices in life. These programs will be useful for parents to help them with the complex aspects of communicating with their own children.

Special Issue Topics

About the issue

The topics to be covered by this special issue include, but are not limited to:

  • Counselor education
  • Educational psychology
  • Sciences education
  • Special education
  • Adult education
  • Social sciences education
  • Educational technology
  • Teachers education
  • Parents education
  • Rural education
  • Educational measurement and evaluation
  • Higher education
  • Secondary education

Import Dates & Submit

Important dates

Submission Deadline: October 01, 2019
Notification of Acceptance: November 01, 2019
Final Version Due: November 30, 2019
Special Issue Publishing Date: Decembre 15, 2019

Submit your article now

Manuscripts should be submitted as an attached file to an e-mail directed to the Chief Guest Editor, Marilena Ticusan at the address: <>