Call for Chapters & Reviewers: Advances in Service-Learning Research
Posted by American Educational Research Association on May 5, 2014
The Service-Learning and Experiential Education SIG of the American Educational Research Association announces a Call for Chapters & Reviewers for the 2015 volume in the series Advances in Service-Learning Research
Service-Learning to Advance Social Justice in a Time of Radical Inequality
Edited by Alan S. Tinkler, Barri E. Tinkler, Jean R. Strait & Virginia M. Jagla
We seek submissions to advance our understanding and knowledge of service-learning, particularly those that address social justice in a time of radical inequality. We are looking for deep critical thinking and analysis in all submissions. In addition to theoretical papers, we desire submissions that employ methodological rigor. We seek to answer the question: How does service-learning work to advance social justice in a time of radical inequality? We intend to frame social justice by addressing three (overlapping) human concerns: 1) access to meaningful educational opportunity, 2) ability to earn a reasonable income and enjoy financial stability, and 3) opportunity for wellness, including access to health care.
Deadlines: Intent to submit a manuscript, including a working title and 100-150 word abstract, should be sent to Alan Tinkler (firstname.lastname@example.org) by July 15, 2014. Complete manuscripts are due by September 1, 2014. All manuscripts will be submitted to the volume’s editorial review board and undergo blind review.
Prospective reviewers for the 2015 volume, please contact Virginia Jagla at email@example.com
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