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Vol. 20 No. 2 (2021): Citizenship and Civic Education for Refugees and Migrants
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Editors of this Issue

Mehmet Acikalin, Istanbul University Cerrahpaşa, Turkey

Olga Bombardelli, University of Trento, Italy

Gina Chianese, University of Trieste, Italy

 

In this special issue entitled “Citizenship and Civic education for Refugees and Migrants” we are presenting articles that discuss several important aspects of citizenship education dealing with migration and inclusion in the hosting countries. One article that shows examples of good practices for teaching about migration also included in this issue. Finally, we have one article from a country outside Europe, that show struggle of Bangladesh government dealing with the educational needs of refugees from Rohingya. We also present one book review about the special issue topic and one open call article about Israeli people’s attitudes toward teaching controversial political issues in school.

Published: 2021-06-17
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New Issue:

We are very happy to inform you about our new issue of the Journal of Social Science Education (JSSE): JSSE 2021-2: Citizenship and Civic Education for Refugees and Migrants

In this special issue the Editors Mehmet Acikalin, Olga Bombardelli, Gina Chianese are presenting articles that discuss several important aspects of citizenship education dealing with migration and inclusion in the hosting countries.

Italy: JSSE listed as A Level Journal at National Agency for the Evaluation of Universities and Research Institutes.

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)

Call for Book Reviews

Dorothee Gronostay

Recently Reviewed Books

Advance Access

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

Norberto Ribeiro
Liia Vijand
Jan Löfström

Featured Article

Editors' Choice

Liia Vijand
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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