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Vol. 21 No. 4 (2022): Country reports
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Editors of this Issue

Tilman Grammes, University of Hamburg, Germany       

Reinhold Hedtke, Bielefeld University, Germany

Jan Löfström, University of Turku, Finland   


With this issue, JSSE is continuing its long-standing tradition of country reports and presents papers on citizenship and social science education in Ukraine, Romania, Estonia, the United Kingdom with its four nations England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, the Netherlands and Hong Kong. These reports reveal a great deal of national diversity and show at the same time that social science education is confronted with similar problems across countries.

A contribution beyond this focus deals with economic education and students’ ideas of value.

Published: 2022-12-21
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We are very happy to inform you about our new issue of the Journal of Social Science Education (JSSE): JSSE 4-2022 edited by Tilman Grammes, Reinhold Hedtke & Jan Löfström.

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Country reports aim to facilitate researchers’ access to colleagues, journals, professional associations and current educational polices in the respective countries.

The JSSE offers a wide range of country reports (link). 

The Journal of Social Science Education is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal which publishes high-quality articles on teaching and learning in the interdisciplinary field of social science education. Published since 2002, the JSSE is a quarterly with thematic issues which, nevertheless, also runs a permanent open call.

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