Journal of Social Intervention: Theory and Practice

The Journal of Social Intervention: Theory and Practice (JSI) is an open access, double blind peer reviewed academic Journal. JSI aims to promote available academic research and reflections on practice in social intervention to a readership of academics and professionals. The subjects featured in the Journal reflect a broad range of social interventions, since the concept is relevant for different domains.


Vol 23, No 1 (2014)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial  PDF
Nol Reverda, Karin Dangermond 1-3

Articles

Zelfregulering als een vernieuwend concept van professionaliteit Abstract  PDF
Gerard Donkers, Henk Geertsema 4-32
Methodiekontwikkeling, evaluatieonderzoek en de body of knowledge van het sociaal werk Abstract  PDF
Koen Hermans 33-52
Is social, cultural and recreational participation a luxury for people living in poverty? An analysis of policy intentions and measures Abstract  PDF
Lode Vermeersch, Anneloes Vandenbroucke 53-71
Multi-probleemgezinnen met een Roma-achtergrond: waarom verloopt hun integratie moeizaam? Abstract  PDF
Vina Wijkhuijs, Henk Sollie 72-90
Profession or craft? A reflection on the moral identity of social work Abstract  PDF
Ed de Jonge 91-106

Students Work

Grip op werkstress. Mindfulness ontstresst maatschappelijk werkers Abstract  PDF
Jen van Horen 107-121

Books

Zonder sociaal geen psychiatrie  PDF
Ronald Schilperoort 122-126
Van volkshogeschoolbeweging naar participatiesamenleving, en terug?  PDF
Ton Notten 127-143

News Higher Social Education

Public management and leadership. Lasagne model in training for educational management  PDF
Ton Notten 144-148


ISSN: 1876-8830