Creative Education seeking papers for special issue on “Sociology of Education Research”


The Creative Education (CE, ISSN Online: 2151-4771), a peer-reviewed open-access journal, is seeking papers for the upcoming special issue on “Sociology of Education Research“. We would like to invite you to submit or recommend original research papers to this issue through our Paper Submission System.

1252 papers published in 98 issues
Articles downloads exceed 2,558,000
Visits of the journal exceed 3,838,000
Indexed by 36 databases
Google-based Impact Factor: 0.78

Aims & Scope (not limited to the following fields)

• Social forces in schools
• School practices and student outcomes
• Functioning of education in society
• Education and economics
• Education and culture
• Education and politics
• Socialization, allocation and legitimization
Latest Articles in CE
Changes and Future Challenges in the Social Work Profession in Israel Based on Stories of Veteran Social Workers
Zaher Accariya
Designing Teaching Practice in Post-Graduate Education
Astrid M. Sølvberg, Marit Rismark
Interprofessional Relationships for Work-Integrated Learning in Healthcare: Identifying Scope for Ongoing Professional Development
Anne Croker, Leanne Brown, Alex Little, Elesa Crowley
Elderly Using Computer Tools for Learning about Aging
Anderson Jackle Ferreira, Denise Goulart, Juan José Mouriño Mosquera, Claus Dieter Stobäus
h5-index & Ranking
Google Scholar calculated the h5-index for some of SCIRP’s Journals. The h5-index for Creative Education is 17 based on the Google Scholar Metrics (June 2016).
Best regards,
Dr. Cathy H. Qi (University of New Mexico, USA)
CE Editorial Office

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