Recent Submissions

  • Anderson, Jane (2016)
    Innovative Catholicism and the Human Condition gives an anthropological account of a progressive religious movement in the Roman Catholic Church that is attempting to reconcile religious conviction and reason, and, ergo, ...
  • Björg Sigurjónsdóttir, Hanna; Rice, James G. (2022)
    Understanding Disability Throughout History explores seldom-heard voices from the past by studying the hidden lives of disabled people before the concept of disability existed culturally, socially and administratively. The ...
  • Jones, Nicola; Pincock, Kate; Hamad, Bassam Abu (2021)
    Adolescents in Humanitarian Crisis investigates the experiences of adolescents displaced by humanitarian crisis. The world is currently seeing unprecedented levels of mass displacement, and almost half of the world’s 70 ...
  • Wittek, Doris; Rabe, Thorid; Ritter, Michael (2021)
    Case studies are currently gaining scientific attention, not only, but especially in teacher education. With the help of casuistry, according to the programmatic expectation, the students will be able to realise for their ...
  • Lohmann, Ingrid; Böttcher, Julika (2021)
    Stereotypes are always riddled with prejudice, including the images people have of Turks and Turkey. Since they often originate from long-forgotten times, they persist all the more stubbornly in the collective unconscious. ...
  • Landwehr, Brunhild; Mammes, Ingelore; Murmann, Lydia (2021)
    Technical education in primary school is a relevant topic for the Gesellschaft für Didaktik des Sachunterrichts (Society for the Didactics of Science Education in Primary Schools) - this is already shown by the designation ...
  • Kramer, Kathrin; Rumpf, Dietlinde; Schöps, Miriam; Winter, Stephanie (2020)
    One claim of learning workshops is to participate in the development of the respective institution. This volume shows the importance of higher education learning workshops for the shaping of higher education landscape(s) ...
  • Wehren, Sylvia (2020)
    The historical and theoretical relationship between education and the body is the focus of this discourse-analytical study. It is situated at the interface of systematic educational science and historical educational ...
  • Tegge, Dana (2020)
    With the development of inclusive schools comes a broad range of new challenges within the whole German education system. According to the different responsibilities in the educational governance of the German system, not ...
  • Stadler-Altmann, Ulrike; Schumacher, Susanne; Emili, Enrico Angelo; Dalla Torre, Elisabeth (2020)
    Along the action forms of playing, learning and working, the most diverse forms of cooperation and collaboration in and between learning workshops are discussed and research approaches as well as facets of pedagogical ...
  • Schmees, Johannes Karl (2020)
    Contrary to the assumption of worldwide diffusion processes of internationally circulating reform ideas in education there are examples of regions that resist. In the present study, the phenomenon of incorporating international ...
  • Kremsner, Gertraud; Proyer, Michelle; Biewer, Gottfried (2020)
    This volume is dedicated to the professional re-entry of teachers with a refugee background into the teaching profession. The book presents the certificate course "Educational Science Basics for Teachers with a Refugee ...
  • Knüsel Schäfer, Daniela (2020)
    Teachers' beliefs are considered to play a decisive role in the quality of their professional activities. When using digital media in schools and classrooms, specific beliefs about digital media are important in addition ...
  • Holtmann, Sophie C.; Hascher, Philipp; Stein, Roland (2019)
    In social debates about inclusion, the humane, the individual person, runs the risk of being lost from view, as the discussions are often only conducted on a systemic-structural level. However, aspects of concrete pedagogical ...
  • Hildebrandt, Elke; Peschel, Markus; Weißhaupt, Mark (2014)
    Starting from an examination of the concept of being active - as a prerequisite for learning processes - this volume discusses the significance of freely chosen versus instructed activities and places them in the contexts ...
  • Kapaló, James A.; Povedák , Kinga (2021)
    This book addresses the complex intersection of secret police operations and the formation of the religious underground in communist-era Eastern Europe. It discusses how religious groups were perceived as dangerous to the ...
  • Alexander, Jonathan (2021)
    "What happens when the defining moment of your life might be a figment of your imagination? How do you understand — and live with — definitive feelings of having been abused when the origin of those feelings won’t adhere ...
  • Kraemer-Mbula, Erika; Tijssen, Robert; Wallace, Matthew; McLean, Robert (2021)
  • Boughey, Chrissie; McKenna, Sioux (2021)
    Drawing on the South African case, this book looks at shifts in higher education around the world in the last two decades. In South Africa, calls for transformation have been heard in the university since the last days of ...
  • Bekker, Simon; Pieterse, Edgar; Croese, Sylvia (2021)
    Case studies of metropolitan cities in nine African countries – from Egypt in the north to three in West and Central Africa, two in East Africa and three in Southern Africa – make up the empirical foundation of this ...

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