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Hope amid violence: youths’ agency and learning experiences to transform social conflicts in non-democratic settings

Najme Kishani

2024-04-04 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2024

‘Dancing the fine line’: developing critical agency with transgressive social pedagogy?

Morten Kromann Nielsen and Gry Marie Tybjerg

2024-02-22 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2024

Going DEEP: an evaluation of a social pedagogy-informed approach to evidence-enriched practice in social care

Gill Toms, Fiona Verity, Nick Andrews and Richenda Leonard

2024-01-10 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2024

Into the future: growing understandings of social pedagogy

Claire Cameron, Gabriel Eichsteller and Robyn Kemp

2023-12-21 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

Unsettling teacher preparation: cultivating liminality and remaking space

Tricia Gray and Aprille Phillips

2023-11-23 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

Ethical and relational leadership in a complex world: the use of the Human Learning Systems and social pedagogical leadership framework to navigating complexity

Lowis Charfe

2023-11-23 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

Socio-pedagogical practices towards inclusive education implemented by teachers in their classrooms

Eleftheria Beazidou

2023-10-04 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

Infinitive avoidance and splendid isolation: Rousseau and the use of conflicts in education

Jan Pouwels

2023-09-20 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

Cultivating cultural capital with a therapy dog in a third-grade classroom

Terri Hlava

2023-08-09 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

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Special series: When Social Pedagogy Goes to School: Innovative approaches promoting agency, community and democracy in formal education

Editorial: social pedagogy and anti-extremism/anti-terrorism

Lone Bæk Brønsted and Karen Mathilde Prins

2023-08-02 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

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Special series: Social Pedagogy and Anti-Extremism/Anti-Terrorism

Our Home: a revolutionary case study in social pedagogy

Basia Vucic

2023-08-02 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

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Special series: Social Pedagogy and Anti-Extremism/Anti-Terrorism

Civic action on social media: fostering digital media literacy and epistemic cognition in the classroom

Mark Felton, Ellen Middaugh and Henry Fan

2023-07-26 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

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Special series: When Social Pedagogy Goes to School: Innovative approaches promoting agency, community and democracy in formal education

Igniting social pedagogy through learning and teaching partnerships in a higher education context

Catherine McConnell

2023-07-12 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

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Special series: When Social Pedagogy Goes to School: Innovative approaches promoting agency, community and democracy in formal education

Freire for twenty-first-century, austerity-driven schools: creating positive educational relations with and among students at the margins

Simon Edwards

2023-06-28 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

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Special series: When Social Pedagogy Goes to School: Innovative approaches promoting agency, community and democracy in formal education

Social pedagogy and citizenship education in England: an exploration with case studies involving secondary school students in London

Amit Puni and Yvalia Febrer

2023-06-21 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

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Special series: When Social Pedagogy Goes to School: Innovative approaches promoting agency, community and democracy in formal education

A human approach to restructuring the education system: why schools in England need social pedagogy

Nicola Stobbs, Carla Solvason, Stuart Gallagher and Sue Baylis

2023-05-31 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

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Special series: When Social Pedagogy Goes to School: Innovative approaches promoting agency, community and democracy in formal education

Racism and radicalisation in Denmark: outline for a social pedagogical prevention model

Jens Christian Jacobsen and Üzeyir Tireli

2023-04-27 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

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Special series: Social Pedagogy and Anti-Extremism/Anti-Terrorism

Creating hope in dystopia: Utopia as Method as social pedagogy in early childhood studies

Stuart Gallagher and Nicola Stobbs

2023-02-28 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

The paradoxes of social work in a securitised setting: the example of prevention and radicalisation in German prisons

Maria Jakob, Nadine Jukschat and Alexander Leistner

2023-02-23 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

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Special series: Social Pedagogy and Anti-Extremism/Anti-Terrorism

Book review: Boys’ Stories of Their Time in a Residential School: ‘The best years of our lives’, by Mark Smith

Lowis Charfe

2023-01-31 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

Citizenship to (counter)terrorism: the need to de-securitise the Norwegian education system and create space for democratic resilience

Christian E Skotnes and Martin M Sjøen

2023-01-31 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2023

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Special series: Social Pedagogy and Anti-Extremism/Anti-Terrorism

Social pedagogy and social work relations in Greece: autonomous trajectories

Iro Mylonakou-Keke, Theano Kallinikaki and Anait Mertzanidou

2022-12-13 Volume 11 • Issue 1 • 2022

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Special series: The Relation of Social Pedagogy and Social Work

Socio-educational action in Colombia: historical, academic and professional means to social work and social pedagogy

Francisco José del Pozo Serrano and Giselle Paola Polo Amashta

2022-10-31 Volume 11 • Issue 1 • 2022

The development of social care work in Germany and the US: theorising the result of cultural understandings and policy responses to concepts of ‘individualism’ during the nineteenth century

Kara O’Neil

2022-09-30 Volume 11 • Issue 1 • 2022

Little signs, local seeds, learning and development: an interview on social pedagogy in the UK and Germany

Christian Spatscheck and Pat Petrie

2022-07-28 Volume 11 • Issue 1 • 2022