Aims & Scope
Journal of Childhood, Education & Society (JCES) aims to play an important role in advancing understanding on early childhood education, child development, family studies, and early childhood special education from birth through 8 years of age by:
1) Publishing papers covering a broad range of topics,
2) Publishing quantitative, qualitative, mix and single-subject methodology research and critical review articles which will make theoretical contributions to the field, and connect theory and practice,
3) Providing a forum for the publication of original research related to childhood from an international perspective,
4) Bringing together international authors and readers from a range of disciplinary and professional fields for a better understanding of the fundamental issues related to childhood.
JCES is dedicated to the promotion and dissemination of international multidisciplinary research (e.g., education, psychology, sociology, health, social work, prevention, and intervention science). Thus, JCES welcomes highly scientific papers using qualitative, quantitative, mixed and single-subject methodology, and focusing on the topics related to early childhood education, child development, family studies, teacher and professional development, and early childhood special education from birth through 8 years of age.
We particularly seek submissions connecting applicable suggestions with quality practices. Theory, policy, and practice are expected to be tightly connected in the submitted papers.