Vol 10, No 1 (2012)

Transition From Education To Work - A Question Of Justice

„Jubilee Edition“ - 10 years of SW&S: „Transition From Education To Work - A Question Of Justice"

Open Access Journals have been established in the late 1990s and early 2000s. As a reaction on the paradoxical situation of having for the first time the technical possibilities to open the access to a global audience through the internet, but experiencing main international publishers going the other way around by raising the rates for the existing journals massively, the international open access movement adopted the Budapest Open Access Initiative in February 2002 and the Berlin Declaration on Open Access in 2003.

In that context a group of international scholars from social work and social policy decided in 2001 to implement Social Work & Society. After one and a half year of preparation in autumn 2003 the first issue of SW&S was ready to be launched on www.socwork.net.

As an early pioneer of open access publishing SW&S joined the Digital Peer Publishing Initiative NRW in 2005 and have been supported by the German Research Foundation from 2009 on.

In the tenth year SW&S is now a very well known international Open Access Journal, valued by a growing number of users.

Therefore the Editorial and the Advisory Board really want to thank all authors, reviewers and not at least the users for their support and interest in the last ten years!

We are happy to present you a broad variety of excellent papers in our first „Jubilee Edition“-issue: So, have a look in Vol.10./No 1 of Social Work & Society, including the new SW&S.Special Issue on „Transition From Education To Work - A Question Of Justice", main articles by Jotham Dhemba (Lesotho) and Jason L. Powell (Liverpool) on Fieldwork in Social Work Education and Training and Social Work and Elder Abuse, two research notes and an essay by Magda Frišaufová (Masaryk), Stefan Pohlmann, Paula Heinecker and Christian Leopold (all Munich) and Christian Spatscheck (Bremen) and the current SW&S.Historical Portraits by Anna Amera and Jan Steyaert (Antwerp) on Litsa Alexandraki and Jane Jacobs.

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Table of Contents

Special Issue: "Transition From Education To Work - A Question Of Justice"

Editorial HTML PDF
Hans-Uwe Otto
From the Lisbon Strategy to Europe 2020: the Statistical Landscape of the Education and Training Objectives Through the Lens of the Capability Approach HTML PDF
Josiane Vero
Methodological Issues in Operationalising the Capability Approach in Empirical Research: an Example of Cross-Country Research on Youth Unemployment in the EU HTML PDF
Emma Hollywood, Valerie Egdell, Ronald McQuaid, Dirk Michel-Schertges
Dynamics of Educational Regimes and Capability-Oriented Research HTML PDF
Roland Atzmüller
Introduction to the Case Studies HTML PDF
Lavinia Bifulco
Capabilities for Education, Work and Voice from the Perspective of “the Less Employable” University Graduates. HTML PDF
Gunilla Bergström
Regional Policies and Individual Capabilities: Drawing Lessons from two Experimental Programs Fighting Early School Leaving in France HTML PDF
Thierry Berthet, Véronique Simon
Capabilities Without Rights? The Trespassing Project in Naples HTML PDF
Lavinia Bifulco, Raffaele Monteleone, Carlotta Mozzana
Vocational Training as an Integration Opportunity for Struggling Young Adults? A Swiss Case Study. HTML PDF
Maël Dif-Pradalier, Emilie Rosenstein, Jean-Michel Bonvin
Establishing Caseness, Institutional Selves and “realistic perspectives” - A German Case Study on the Transition from School to Work HTML PDF
Jan Düker, Thomas Ley
Learning to Work: Young People’s Social and Labour-Market Integration through Supra-Company Apprenticeship Training in Austria HTML PDF
Bettina Haidinger, Ruth Kasper
Addressing the Issue of Disadvantaged Youth Seeking Work HTML PDF
Emma Hollywood, Valerie Egdell, Ronald McQuaid
Pedagogy Back on Track; Enhancing Capabilities for Young People in Education and Work HTML PDF
Niels Rosendal Jensen, Christian Christrup Kjeldsen
The Development of Capabilities of Young People with Low Skills. The Case Study of a Vocational Education Programme in Poland. HTML PDF
Karolina Sztandar-Sztanderska, Marianna Zieleńska
A Comparative Comment on the Case Studies HTML PDF
Christian Christrup Kjeldsen, Thomas Ley, Niels Rosendal Jensen, Hans-Uwe Otto

Articles

Fieldwork in Social Work Education and Training: Issues and Challenges in the Case of Eastern and Southern Africa HTML PDF
Jotham Dhemba
Social Work and Elder Abuse: A Foucauldian Analysis HTML PDF
Jason L. Powell

Research Notes

Counselling for Sustaining Quality of Life in Old Age: Introducing the German Research Project BELiA HTML PDF
Stefan Pohlmann, Paula Heinecker, Christian Leopold

Essays

Socio-Spatial Approaches to Social Work HTML PDF
Christian Spatscheck
Does “Evidence-Based Policy” Help Protect LGBT Rights? A View from U.S. Social Work HTML PDF
Stephen Edward McMillin

Research Notes - PhD Forum

The Female Drug User as a ´Victim´ or ´Villain´ and the Implications for Social Work HTML PDF
Magda Frišaufová

Historical Portraits

Litsa (Chariklia) Alexandraki (1918-1984) HTML PDF
Anna Amera
Jane Jacobs, a Rebel with a Cause HTML PDF
Jan Steyaert

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