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Policy & Politics Impact Factor increases by 72% to 1.302!

8 August 2014


Free journal articles for October


Policy & Politics
Bourdieu and the Big Society: empowering the powerful in public service provision?

Evidence & Policy
Plural forms of evidence in public health: tolerating epistemological and methodological diversity

Journal of Poverty & Social Justice
Getting back to work? claim trajectories and destinations of employment and Support Allowance claimants

Voluntary Sector Review
Decoupling the state and the third sector? The 'big Society' as a spontaneous order

Families, Relationships & Societies
On the other side of couplehood: single women in Sweden exploring life without a partner

Critical and Radical Social Work
Reconciling radicalism, relationship and role: priorities for social work with adults in England

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 Journals now on Editorial Manager

We are pleased to announce that Evidence & PolicyPolicy & PoliticsVoluntary Sector Review, Families, Relationships and Societies, Journal of Poverty and Social Justice and Critical and Radical Social Work are now on Editorial Manager. Details on manuscript submission are available on individual journal pages. 


Third Sector Knowledge Portal 

Third Sector Research Centre (TSRC) have launched the Third Sector Knowledge Portal. This includes individual articles of all the papers from Voluntary Sector Review: keywords, the abstract and information on how to access the full article. There is more information here.  

Critical and Radical Social Work: Editorial Board


Co-Editors


Michael Lavalette,
Professor of Social Work and Social Policy, Liverpool Hope University, UK

Iain Ferguson, Honorary Professor of Social Work and Social Policy, University of the West of Scotland, UK

Associate Editors


Rich Moth, Liverpool Hope University, UK

Joe Greener, Liverpool Hope University, UK

Editorial Advisory Board


Dr Mark Baldwin, University of Bath, UK

Professor Elaine Behring, Rio de Janeiro State University (UERJ), Brazil

Professor Peter Beresford, Brunel University, UK

Professor Francisco Branco, Catholic University of Lisbon, Portugal

Dr Leung Chi-yuen, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

Dr Suzanne Dudziak, St Thomas University Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

Dr Paul Michael Garrett, NUI Galway, Republic of Ireland

Professor John Harris, University of Warwick, UK

Professor Dr Bernhard Haupert, Catholic University of Applied Sciences, Mainz, Germany

Dr Vasilios Ioakimidis, University of Durham, UK

Fumihito Ito, Associate Professor, Nihon Fukushi University, Japan

Dr Sandra Joseph, Stella Maris College, Chennai, India

Professor Jerzy Krzyszkowski, University of Lodz, Poland

Dr Michael Reisch, University of Maryland, USA (North American Editor and Management Board)

Dr Sahar Makhamreh, Al-Balqa Applied University of Jordan, Jordan

Professor Dr Susan Maurer, University of Marburg, Germany

Dr Anna Metteri, University of Tampere, Finland

Laura Penketh, Liverpool Hope University, UK

Professor Sigrid Schilling, Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz, Hochschule fur Soziale Arbeit (HAS FHNW), Basle, Switzerland

Dr Gurnam Singh, University of Coventry, UK

Dr Linda Smith, Wits University, South Africa (Management Board)

Dr Anne-Margrethe Sonneland, Diakonhjemmet, Oslo, Norway

Jeremy Weinstein, Balham Counselling Project (formerly London South Bank University), UK (Management Board)

Dexter Whitfield, Director of European Services Strategy Unit and Adjunct Associate Professor, Australian Institute for Social Research, University of Adelaide, Australia

Professor Bessa Whitmore, Carlton University, Canada

Bob Williams, Disabled People Against the Cuts, UK

Professor Charlotte Williams, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

Rona Woodward, University of Stirling, UK

Dr Jelka Zorn, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia


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