Hungarian Social Review

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Hungarian Social Review

The Hungarian Social Review (Szociális Szemle) is a scholarly biannual designed to represent the diversity, humane commitment and innovative power of the social professions. One of the important aims of the journal is to serve as a bridge both in space and time. Hungary has long been considered as the boundary between Eastern and Western Europe and this historical tradition has established an advantageous position to promote exchange and dialogue in the fields of social work and social policy.

The Hungarian Social Review provides information on recent national and international developments in policy, practice, research and education relevant to social work. The journal features full-length articles, reviews, interviews and conference reports.
The journal publishes in Hungarian and in English.

Editorial Board:

Prof. Eniko Albert-Lorincz, Ph. D. (Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca)
Prof. habil. Arpad Barath, Ph.D. (University of Pecs)
Dr. habil. Marta B. Erdos, Ph. D. (University of Pecs)
Viktoria Borda(University of Pecs)
Julianna Boros (University of Pecs)
Dr. Zsuzsanna Brettner, Ph. D. (University of Pecs)
Gabor Flora, Ph. D. (Partium Christian University, Oradea)
Dr. habil. Gabor Juhasz, Ph. D.
Dr. habil. Gabor Kelemen, Ph. D. (University of Pecs)
Dr. Jozsef Madacsy, Ph. D. (University of Pecs)
Prof. Michael Seltzer, Ph. D. (University of Oslo, Norvégia) 
Daniel Molnar (University of Pecs)
Dr. Margit Molnar, CSc(University of Pecs)
Gyorgyi Szilagyi, Ph. D. (Partium Christian University, Oradea),
Dr. Gabor Szollosi, Ph. D. (University of Pecs)
Prof. Tomi Gomory, Ph. D. (Florida State University, United States)


Hungarian Social Review 2015/1-2

Hungarian Social Review 2014/1

Hungarian Social Review 2013/1-2

Hungarian Social Review 2010/1

Hungarian Social Review 2009/1-2


Manuscript Submission Guidelines:

The journal publishes in English and in Hungarian. Papers must be original and not currently under review elsewhere. Normally articles will be up to 5000 words including endnotes and references.
Typed double-spaced (12 pt) throughout on one side of A4 white paper, papers should include: (1) Title page (authors postal/email addresses, tel/fax nos) (2) 2nd page: Abstract (100-150 words) and about six key words (3) Main text: see American Psychological Association Publication Manual (4th ed.) for details. UK or US spelling.
Please email submissions as MS Word or rft attachments to the editors at:
Marta B. Erdos
Editorial Board Member

Covering letter: Please attach to every submission a letter confirming that all authors have agreed to the submission and that the article is not currently being considered for publication by any other print or electronic journal. Anonymous peer review is ensured; authors may suggest three possible reviewers.