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Vol. 19 No. 3 (2020): Open topics
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Editor of this Issue

Reinhold Hedtke, Bielefeld University, Germany

The current issue presents papers on economic education and financial literacy, the concept of a post-dogmatic higher education, teaching practice of establishing a democracy on different theoretical framings, training of students in complex content related argumentation, Human Rights Education as creating children’s own space for autonomy and agency and a narrative approach to explain the continuity of antisemitism. By publishing open topic issues once a year, the JSSE welcomes papers on a greater variety of objects of research and of current problems of social science education beyond a frame of questions and content predefined by a thematic call for papers.

Published: 2020-11-12
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We are very happy to inform you about our new issue of the Journal of Social Science Education (JSSE): JSSE 2020-3: Open topics

It is an open topic issue with a variety of interesting perspectives on civic, citizenship, economic and social education.


Calls for Papers

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Open and Permanent Call for Papers

  • Teacher Training for Social Science Education (2021)
  • Citizenship and Civic education for Refugees and Migrants? (2021)

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Edwards, D. Brent Jr. (2019): Global Education Policy, impact evaluations, and alternatives. The political economy of knowledge production.

Democracy and Education (John Dewey 1916)– a commentary and a handbook

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Editors' Choice

The study investigated how various school subjects can be integrated into archaeology teaching and how this could lead students towards empathy and a more sustainable worldview.
Andreas Eis, Claire Moulin-Doos
Hannu Heikkinen

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