Social Work Education Best Articles
About the prize
Each year the editorial board has the privilege of reading and judging the excellent articles published within the journal to determine which articles deserve particular recognition. Of course any article published is deemed to be of a very high quality and of relevance and interest to our readership. To make the task manageable we have identified three key categories: conceptual, pedagogical and empirical.
|2019 Best conceptual article||Vassilis Karagkounis||Implications and challenges for social work education in Greece in the time of austerity, Social Work Education||38||3|
|2019 Best pedagogical article||Michael Wallengren Lynch, Anna Ryan Bengtsson & Katarina Hollertz||Applying a ‘signature pedagogy’ in the teaching of critical social work theory and practice, Social Work Education||38||3|
|2019 Best Empirical article||Raymond Kloppenburg, Marijke van Bommel & Ed de Jonge||Developing common ground for a sustainable knowledge base for social work education in the Netherlands, Social Work Education||38||1|