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Research in Education

Research in Education


eISSN: 20504608 | ISSN: 00345237 | Current volume: 118 | Current issue: 1 Frequency: 3 Times/Year
"Research in Education has been in continuous circulation since 1969. It is an international journal which publishes original research on theory, policy and practice in relation to education. The Journal welcomes papers that engage critically with contemporary debates within and across all spheres of formal and informal education, with a view to mapping possible new directions of thought and inquiry. Our global audience includes educational researchers, teachers, teacher educators, educational administrators, policy analysts, and philosophers of education.

We accept both empirical and theoretical papers, however, Research in Education looks for submissions which offer theoretically-rich analysis of educational issues. As a transdisciplinary journal, we encourage innovative papers from a range of perspectives, which might draw on theoretical approaches including postcolonialism, psychoanalysis, critical theory, post-structuralism or feminism, among many others.

Research in Education publishes double-blind peer-reviewed papers in special issues and as individual full-length articles. The editorial board reviews submitted papers on the basis of their critical engagement with educational issues, the quality of the argument, and the extent to which they ‘speak’ to our international audience.

Research in Education is indexed in ERIC, https://eric.ed.gov."

Research in Education provides a space for fully peer-reviewed, critical, trans-disciplinary, debates on theory, policy and practice in relation to Education. International in scope, we publish challenging, well-written and theoretically innovative contributions that question and explore the concept, practice and institution of Education as an object of study.

Research in Education thus seeks to play a leading role in relation to ongoing debates, mapping possible new directions of thought and inquiry, and providing vital space for critical, on-going conversations in relation to the multiple, complex and contested meaning of Education.
Editors
Tony Carusi Massey University, New Zealand
Matthew Clarke University of Aberdeen, UK
Jonathan Vincent Lancaster University, UK
Editorial Board
Nafsika Alexiadou Umeå University, Sweden
Peter Bansel Western Sydney University, Australia
Eva Bendix Petersen Roskilde University, Denmark
Mike Calvert University of York St John, UK
Jordi Collett Vic University, Spain
Hilary Constable University of Cumbria, UK
Aslam Fataar Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Andreas Fejes Linkoping University, Sweden
Julia Gillen Lancaster University, UK
Sotria Grek University of Edinburgh, UK
Ralph Jessop University of Glasgow, UK
Zeus Leonardo University of California, Berkeley, USA
Margaret Lo University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Marcia McKenzie University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Amy Metcalfe University of British Columbia, Canada
Maropeng Modiba University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Alex Moore University College London, UK
Paul Moran University of Chester, UK
Andrew Murphie University of New South Wales, Australia
Anne Phelan University of British Columbia, Canada
Mary Lou Rasmussen Monash University, Australia
Fazal Rizvi University of Melbourne, Australia
Muhammad Saeed University of the Punjab, Pakistan
John Schostak Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Sam Sellar University of Queensland, Australia
Parlo Singh Griffith University, Australia
Stephanie Springgay University of Toronto, Canada
Elizabeth St. Pierre University of Georgia, USA
Dorthe Staunes Aarhus University, Denmark
Aaron Stoller North Carolina State University, USA
Feng Su Liverpool Hope University, UK
Tomasz Szkudlarek University of Gdansk, Poland
Greg Thompson Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Sharon Todd University of Maynooth, Ireland
Margaret Wood University of York St John, UK
Deborah Youdell University of Birmingham, UK
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