Articles in English written by MIJS instructors:

  • Young people and youth policies in Spain in times of austerity: between juggling and the trapeze, The aim of this article is to present and discuss the situation regarding young people and youth policy in Spain via the parameters of the magic triangle linking policy, research and action. Pere Soler, Anna Planas & Carles Feixa in the International Journal of Adolescence and Youth (22 Jan 2014)
  • Evaluation and Program Planning In the current European climate of economic, financial and political crisis and the questioning of the welfare state, assessing public policies assume a primary and strategic relevance in clarifying the results and contributions of policy actions. In this article, we aim to present the current situation in relation to youth policy assessment so as to formulate a system of assessment indicators in the sphere of Spanish local government youth policy (2014).
  • Communication among young people in the #spanishrevolution: Uses of online–offline tools to obtain information about the #acampadabcn, This article evaluates how the Outraged involved with the #acampadabcn, the camp in Barcelona’s central square, used online–offline tools to get information about the Movement. This research combines participant observation, surveys, in-depth interviews, and web analytics (April, 2014).


Artículos en castellano de profesores MIJS:

  • Una sentencia absurda, artículo sobre la necesidad de la inmersión lingüística en catalán de Jaume Trilla en El Periódico (5 de febrero 2014)


Articles en català d’alumnes MIJS:



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