4th International Congress of the Swiss Social Work Society (SSTS)12 - 13.9.2018, Lausanne

Martin Goyette

Martin Goyette is Professor at the National School of Public Administration (ENAP), Martin Goyette holds the Canada Research Chair in the Evaluation of Public Actions for Young People and Vulnerable populations. He received his doctorate in Social Work from Laval University.
He currently leads the "Longitudinal Study on the Future of Young People in Care in Quebec and France" and the project "Transitions of Youth in Vulnerable Contexts and injunction to be Autonomous".
He s also currently working on setting up the Longitudinal Analysis lab on the future of young people in care. In addition, Martin Goyette has led many projects that brought together researchers from Quebec and Canadian universities as well foreign universities.
He research focuses on the transition to independent living of young people in difficulty and the role of social networks in the transition to adulthood.

Recent publications:

  • Goyette, M.&Frechon, I. (2013). Comprendre le devenir des jeunes placés: la nécessité d'une observation longitudinale et représentative tenant compte des contextes socio-culturel et politique. Revue française des affaires sociales (1-2), 165-180.

  • Goyette, M. (2005). Actions publiques destinées aux jeunes en contexte de vulnérabilité. Du travail d'adaptation du jeune au développement d'espaces d'expérimentation. Dans M.-H. Soulet (dir.), Jeunesses précaires (pp.151-167). Fribourg: Academic Press.
  • Goyette, M. et Saulnier, M. (2015). « Implantation territorialisée de la politique à la jeunesse au Québec », dans Bresson, M. Les territoires vécus de l'intervention sociale, Septentrion, p. 1-15.
  • Goyette, M., Man Feder, V., Turcotte, D., Grenier, S. (2016). Youth empowerment and engagement: an analysis of support practices in the youth protection system in Québec. Revista espanola de pedagogia. (263) p. 31-50.
  • Marion, E., Paulsen, V., Goyette, M. (2017) « Relationships matter: Understanding the role and impact of social networks on transition to adulthood from care. » Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal. DOI 10.1007/s10560-017-0494-4



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