Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education is an international, double blind peer-reviewed journal that provides a forum for the examination of policies, theories and practices related to discourse and communication for sustainable education. Since contemporary discourse study has extended its field to the study of multifaceted contexts of discourse, it is able to be integrated in the broader study of the phenomena of communication in relation to sustainable education. The journal Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education publishes research articles and reviews. Its diversity is apparent in the variety of its theories, methods and approaches, thus avoiding the frequent limitation to one school, approach, academic branch. The only criteria will be the quality and the originality of its articles. The journal Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education welcomes articles which explore inspirational ideas in sustainable education, are written in innovative ways or are presented in experimental ways. It does not have article processing charges (APCs) nor article submission charges.
Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal.
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Language Editors Berise Heasly (The University of Diversity, Australia) Carol Fortino (University of Northern Colorado, the United States of America) Leila Gholami (Arizona State University, the United States of America) Mary Catherine O'Reilly-Gindhart (University of Glasgow, the United Kingdom)
Editorial Board Abbas Bazargan (University of Tehran, Iran) Abdülkadir Kabadayı (Necmettin Erbakan University, Turkey) Alireza Ghaleei (Urmia University, Iran) Andrea Vicini (Boston College, The United States of America) Andreas Brunold (University of Augsburg, Germany) Anita Pipere (Daugavpils University, Latvia) Astrīda Skrinda (Daugavpils University, Latvia) Carmel Roofe (The University of the West Indies, Jamaica) Carol Fortino (University of Northern Colorado, the United States of America) Charles Hopkins (York University, Canada) Clemens Mader (University of Zurich, Switzerland) Daniel Fisher (Leuphana University, Germany) Daniella Tilbury (Gibraltar University, The United Kingdom) Detlev Lindau-Bank (Fehta University, Germany) Dzintra Iliško (Daugavpils University, Latvia) Geert Franzenburg (Muenster University, Germany) Gloria Durka (Fordham University, the United States of America) Helen Gerretson (University of South Florida, the United States of America) Hossein Mousavi (Ministry of Education, Iran) Ilga Salīte (Daugavpils University, Latvia) Ilona Fjodorova (Daugavpils University, Latvia) James Keenan (Boston College, the United States of America) Joe O'Hara (Dublin Universty, Ireland) John Valk (University of New Brunswick, Canada) Leila Gholami (Arizona State University, the United States of America) Leona English (Francis Xavier University, Canada) Lorna Down (The University of the West Indies, Jamaica) Lyubomira Popova, (University of Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria) Magdalena Zemojtel-Piotrowska (University of Gdansk, Poland) Marian de Souza (Australian Catholic University, Australia) Marika Veisson (Tallinn University, Estonia) Mehdi Ghaedrahmat (University of Isfahan, Iran) Michael Šimane (Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic) Mohammad Hassani (Urmia University, Iran) Paul Pace (University of Malta, Malta) Peter Schreiner (Comenius-Institut, Germany) Reza Kalantari (Research Institute for Education, Iran) Robert Jackson (The University of Warwick, The United Kingdom) Siebren Miedema (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands) Stellan Sundh (Uppsala University, Sweden) Tamer Kutluca (Dicle University, Turkey) Therese Ferguson (The University of the West Indies, Jamaica, West Indies) Tomasz Zygmunt (State School of Higher Education, Poland) Ulla Härkönen (University of Eastern Finland, Finland) Victor Nolet (Western Washington University, the United States of America) Walter Leal Filho (Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
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