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Diaconia. Journal for the Study of Christian Social Practice

(Diaconia. Journal for the Study of Christian Social Practice)

ISSN 1869-3261

Diaconia is an international and interdisciplinary scientific journal on Christian social practice. Diaconia is referee-based. Academic articles in the traditional sense will be accepted as well as specific practice reports. Issues will appear twice annually.

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2016 | 7.2
2016 | 7.1
2015 | 6.
2015 | 6.2
2015 | 6.1
2014 | 5.
2014 | 5.2
2014 | 5.1
2013 | 4.
2013 | 4.2
2013 | 4.1
2012 | 3.
2012 | 3.2
2012 | 3.1
2011 | 2.
2011 | 2.2
2011 | 2.1
2010 | 1.
2010 | 1.2
2010 | 1.1

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It is the objective of »Diaconia. Journal for the Study of Christian Social Practice« to contribute to new research and interpretations of Christian social practice with and among the marginalised. To hear, interpret and communicate the voices in the field and to analyse their social and political context is an important field of study and practice. The journal welcomes contributions elaborating such topics. Because of the complexity of the field, we are especially interested in interdisciplinary research. We welcome contributions on biblical, ethical, dogmatic and contextual theologies, historical, socio-scientific and practical aspects of the diaconia and Christian social practice.

Diaconia is edited by Trygve Wyller (Oslo) in cooperation with Ninna Edgardh (Uppsala), Annette Leis-Peters (Uppsala), Anne Birgitta Pessi (Helsinki), Kari Latvus (Helsinki), Tony Addy (Järvenpää and Prag), Johannes Eurich (Heidelberg), Herman Noordegraaf (Leiden), Ingolf Hübner (Diakonisches Werk Berlin).

Articles should be sent to:
Jeremy Heuslein, Editorial Assistant
Rue Capitaine Crespel 29
1050 Ixelles

For reviews please contact:
Dr. Annette Leis-Peters
Institutt for diakoni og ledelse
Postboks 184 Vinderen
NO-0319 Oslo

For reports from practice:
Tony Addy
Promenade 30
A4020 Linz

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