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Call for papers

2018-09-02

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Welcome to the newly established Nordic Journal of Comparative and International Education (NJCIE). In the first year, 2017, the journal had more than 4,000 readers from 50 different countries.

NJCIE is concerned with the interplay of local, national, regional and global contexts which are shaping education. The ways in which local understandings can bring to light trends, effects and influences that exist in different contexts globally highlight the general understanding of Comparative and International Education in NJCIE.

Give your next article the exposure it deserves by publishing open access in NJCIE, which will allow your article to benefit from:

  • being freely and permanently available on our platform, leading to increased readership, citations and Altmetric scores;
  • wide dissemination – your research being discoverable by anyone, anywhere, any time;
  • rapid and efficient peer review;
  • a professional editorial board.

We publish 1-2 general issues per year in addition to special issues. 

Do you want to publish a special issue, please contact the Editors-in-Chief.

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Current Issue

Vol 2 No 2-3 (2018): SPECIAL ISSUE - Leading and organizing the education for citizenship of the world
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Guest editors: Lejf Moos, Elisabet Nihlfors, Jan Merok Paulsen

The aim of the special issue is to discuss governance, leadership and education in the Nordic countries. A particular focus is on the battle between two very different discourses in contemporary educational policy and practice: an outcomes- and standard based discourse and a Democratic Bildung based discourse of Citizenship of the World. Our point of departure is that there we need to analyse the close links/couplings/ relations between the core of schooling, student’s learning/Democratic Bildung, and the leadership and organising of schools. The relations can be seen at all levels: discourse context, vision, themes and processes.

Published: 2018-11-19

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