The Journal of Social Work Education (JSWE) is a refereed professional journal concerned with education in social work and social welfare. Its purpose is to serve as a forum for creative exchange on trends, innovations, and problems relevant to social work education at the undergraduate, master's, and postgraduate levels.
JSWE is published quarterly by Routledge/Taylor & Francis and reaches an audience of approximately 3,500 individuals, subscribers, and social work programs. The current editor-in-chief of JSWE is Dr. Danielle E. Parrish, Baylor University. The most recent impact factor for JSWE was 1.784 (2021). Please view content information for the most recent issue.
JSWE is available in fully searchable electronic format as a benefit of CSWE membership or by subscription. CSWE members may choose whether to purchase a print-on-demand subscription in addition to online access. Individuals who are not CSWE members do not have access to full-text files, but may search articles by author, issue, or keyword and view abstracts. Article purchase is also available.
Special Call for Submissions
Ther are currently no special calls for submissions.
If you are interested in reprinting copyrighted material from JSWE, please contact the journal's publisher, Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
Prospective authors may submit manuscripts to JSWE via the ScholarOne online submission system. Author guidelines are available to help with the submission process, and questions may be referred to [email protected].
The JSWE Best Article awards recognize outstanding work published each year in the journal. The Best Article award winners for Volume 54 are available for reading or free download from Taylor & Francis Online.
JSWE Electronic Access
The electronic format JSWE offers easy 24/7 access to the complete run of full-text JSWE articles. JSWE Online gives users many search and retrieval options:
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