Annual Review of Social Work and Social Pedagogy in Austria

Österreichisches Jahrbuch für Soziale Arbeit (OeJS)

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Barrierefreiheit: Kurzbeschreibung des BildesThe Annual Review of Social Work and Social Pedagogy – OeJS – was published for the first time in April 2019. LINK

The new scientific journal is a place of publication for disciplinary discussions. Research results and themes from Austria will be presented while picking up on international discourses. The aim of the journal is to represent developments in social work and social pedagogy at a high level and to promote further discussion.

Barrierefreiheit: Kurzbeschreibung des BildesEach edition concentrates on a particular theme. In addition, each volume features general contributions and book reviews.  

The current, fourth Call for Papers welcomes contributions on the topic "Political Implications of Social Work" (deadline for abstracts: 15 Juli 2020). The first volume in 2019 looked at “The Consequences of Child and Youth Welfare” (PDF). The second edition in 2020 focusses on "Migration and Mobility". The third volume will be published in 2021 with a special focus on "Participation and Social Work".

The OeJS only publishes original research contributions. All articles will undergo a double-blind peer review process. Furthermore, the aim is for the yearbook to be included in international citation indexes.

Call for Abstracts / Call for Papers

[02.04.2020] The Annual Review of Social Work and Social Pedagogy in Austria (OeJS) invites expressions of interest for its fourth issue, which will be published in 2022 (deadline for abstracts: 15 July 2020). We welcome abstracts for general contributions and contributions on the main theme of the issue: “Political Implications of Social Work – from Neoliberal Instrumentalisation to Socio-critical Transformation”. We also accept proposals for book reviews. PDF of the CfP in German and English.

[10.03.2019] The Annual Review of Social Work and Social Pedagogy in Austria (OeJS) invites expressions of interest for its 2021 issue (extended deadline for abstracts: 23 June 2019). We welcome abstracts for general contributions and contributions on the main theme of the issue: “Participation and Social Work / Social Pedagogy”. We also accept proposals for book reviews. PDF of the CfP in German and English. 

[19.03.2018] The Call for Papers of the second edition of the journal OeJS focusses on issues of "migration and mobility" in social work/social pedagogy, the adjoining social sciences and social fields. The deadline for submitting abstracts (proposals) was 1 June 2018. PDF of the call for papers in German and English. 

[02.06.2017] Call for Papers for the first volume – Focus: “The Consequences of Child and Youth Welfare“. The deadline for Abstracts was July 15th 2017. PDF (in German)

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