International Journal of Social Pedagogy

The interdisciplinary field of social pedagogy is developing and evolving constantly, seeking strong connection between, and unity of, theory and practice. The International Journal of Social Pedagogy considers it critically important to provide a platform for dialogue between theory and practice. It therefore encourages both original contributions about theory and research in social pedagogy and articles that reflect social pedagogical perspectives in practice settings throughout the United Kingdom and globally.


ISSN 2051-5804


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Vol 2, No 1 (2013)

Issue 2 of IJSP features a range of articles exploring social pedagogy with regards to mentoring and how to measure those outcomes for children that really matter to social pedagogues.

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Theory of Social Pedagogy

Editorial: Relationships that Matter PDF
Gabriel Eichsteller, Pat Petrie
Cross-National Understandings of the Purpose of Professional-Child Relationships: Towards a Social Pedagogical Approach PDF
Claire Cameron
Social Pedagogy within Key Worker Practice: Community Situated Support for Marginalised Youth PDF
Shaun T. Morgan
Outcomes that Matter for Children and Young People in Out-of-home Care PDF
Leon Fulcher, Thom Garfat
Working Inclusively with Outcomes that Matter PDF
Chris Walter

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