In permanently introducing this new section to our periodical, we wish to call the reader’s attention to a unique approach we are consciously taking. In a desire to identify impending foci in our field, we have invited the youngest of our colleagues – MA and PhD candidates in social work – to act as our reviewers. Furthermore, considering the vast multitude of scholarly articles published annually, we have asked our students to primarily focus on this segment which is more likely to reflect the most recent findings. That said, we have not set a strict date range in the hope that our reviewers will freely discover or recover studies which might have been overlooked heretofore.
  • Vincent Helbig, (2013). Cultural Distinction and Example of the „Third East German Generation”, Jaqueline Flack, Borders and Border Regions in Europe – in: Changes, Challenges and Chances edited by Anaud Lechevalier and Jan Wielgohs, Transcript Verlag.
  • Beatriz GonçalvesCollins, S. (2008). Statutory Social Workers: Stress, Job Satisfaction, Coping, Social Support and Individual Differences.The British Journal of Social Work, Volume 38, Issue 6, Pages 1173–1193.
  • Antonia Reidl, Ferguson, H. (2017): How Children Become Invisible in Child Protection Work: Findings from Research into Day-to-Day Social Work Practice, The British Journal of Social Work, Volume 47, Issue 4, 1 June 2017, Pages 1007–1023.
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