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Indonesian Journal of Social Work (IJSW) is a scientific journal in the field of social work practice, published by Bandung College of Social Welfare, Indonesia in cooperation with the Indonesian Professional Social Workers Association (IPSPI). IJSW published as a means for researchers, practitioners of social work, and a lecturer in the published results of the practice of social work and social work practice model that can support the development of the science of social work in handling social problems. The purpose of publication of this journal is to disseminate conceptual thoughts and ideas or research results that have been achieved in the field of social work practice.

Specifically, various studies of social work practice model on the model of social services, social protection, social rehabilitation, social empowerment, social development, and the intervention of social work practice can be published through this IJSW journal.

Please read the guidelines carefully. Each manuscript is sent to the editorial office of IJSW (Indonesian Journal of Social Work) should follow the guidelines of writing. If the script is not in accordance with the guidelines authors or texts written in a different format, the article will be denied to the author prior to further review by peer reviewers. Editors IJSW only accept manuscripts that meet IJSW format.

IJSW (Indonesian Journal of Social Work) published one a year in August. Please submit your manuscript. Please Download the Template HERE. 

For the sample of Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement can be downloaded at the Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement Letter  link or this following link for document format. Author Fees HERE.

Announcements

IJSW invites social work / social welfare researchers, social work practitioners, and lecturers to contribute scripts within the scope of social work sciences, with priority topics / issues on:

  • Social services model for social problems intervention.
  • Social protection model innovation for social problems intervention.
  • Social rehabilitation model innovation for social problems intervention.
  • Social development model innovation for social problems intervention.
Social work practice intervention model innovation for social problems intervention problems
Posted: 2017-04-03
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Vol 2, No 1 (2018)


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