Ricerche di Pedagogia e Didattica. Journal of Theories and Research in Education

Ricerche di Pedagogia e Didattica (RPD) – ISSN 1970-2221 is an online open access international scientific journal dedicated to study and research on education. It uses a double-blind peer review process and publishes articles in Italian and English. The Journal takes an interdisciplinary and pluri-methodological approach. It offers a place of dialogue for researchers and professionals coming from diverse theoretical and empirical backgrounds, involved in the study of educational phenomena.

Ricerche di Pedagogia e Didattica. Journal of Theories and Research in Education is an online open access international scientific journal dedicated to study and research on education. It uses a double-blind peer review process and publishes articles in Italian and English. The Journal takes an interdisciplinary and pluri-methodological approach. It offers a place of dialogue for researchers and professionals coming from diverse theoretical and empirical backgrounds, involved in the study of educational phenomena. It is an intellectual forum of excellence for the circulation of scientific knowledge regarding education. It welcomes critical papers, research reports, historical and literary research inspired by diverse theoretical frameworks and empirical approaches. It is committed to facilitating international dialogue between researchers and professionals in education and ensuring that scientific knowledge can make a contribution to educational policies and everyday educational practices.

Immagine rivista

Immagine di Michele Pedrolli.

Senior Editor: Franco Frabboni
Editors-in-chief: Letizia Caronia, Antonio Genovese and Luigi Guerra

Editorial Team

Scientific Committee

ISSN 1970-2221

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Proposals
The Journal also welcomes book reviews. The editors of each section will also accept submissions and proposals for special issues. The journal accepts articles and original contributions that have not been published and are not under consideration for publication elsewhere. For further details and constraints, please see the Author Guidelines.

Peer Review: all submissions will undergo double blind peer review.

Announcements

 

Call for Papers. Special Issue: Espace Vécu and Childhood in European Children’s Literature from 1945 to the Present Day

 

The main goal of this special issue is to portray the various ways in which the espace vécu is represented in European children’s literature, drawing on comparisons across different countries in Europe. The complex concept of espace vécu (Frémont, 1976, Tuan 1976, Pocock, 1981) refers to a relationship between what "exists" and what "is perceived". It is not just an objective, geometrical and architectural space, but also a personal, intimate space modelled by experience, an inner landscape with sensory, symbolic and human dimensions. For children, the espace vécu has an important role because it helps them to construct a sense of belonging. Children build their own identity in the context of their families and communities, developing relationships not only with people, but also with places and things.

This special issue will focus on how home and domestic landscapes (including furniture, household objects, home appliances) have been represented in European picturebooks from 1945 to the present. The aim is to contribute to research on how children’s lives and childhood changed in Europe during the second half of the 20th century. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, we hope to receive articles from scholars from different disciplines: History of Education, Theory and History of Children’s Literature, Comparative Studies, and Geography written in English. This issue will include from 5 to 10 articles.

 
Posted: 2018-10-03 More...
 
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Vol 13, No 2 (2018): Phenomenology and Education Today [Special Issue]

Edited by Letizia Caronia

Table of Contents

Articles

Letizia Caronia
1-22
Vincenzo Costa
23-34
André H. Caron
35-47
Manuela Vaccari
49-73
Pierangelo Barone
75-87
Cristina Palmieri
89-107
Francesco Lo Presti, Fausta Sabatano
109-129