• Resilience and education at the margins of society
    No. 41 (2022)

    This monograph addresses the issue of resilience and the challenges it presents. It offers new perspectives for its analysis and consideration that go beyond the individual quality, but also as a social process and community contextual interaction. All of this is done by situating resilience in the particular framework of the margins of society, that of social inequality, lack of opportunities, closed institutions and social and educational exclusion.

  • Transition to adulthood for young people in residential care
    No. 40 (2022)

    This monograph reviews the role of residential care systems in the care and support received by young people. It analyses the situation of outgoing youth, as well as the training provided by programmes and actions of various kinds to try to support them, favour their autonomy and psychological well-being and improve their incorporation into the adult world

  • Recursos educativos y materiales didácticos en contextos sociocomunitarios
    No. 39 (2021)

    In this current special issue of PSRI we provide a serie of papers that intend to deepen the understanding of educational resources and didactic materials, as well as their basic functions, their selection and their application, with the aim of stimulating reflection and debate on their potentials and limitations in the service of community development    
  • Evaluation and Research Instruments in Social Pedagogy
    No. 37 (2021)

    In the current issue we report and discuss various types of tools for research and socio-educational assessment, essential to begin with any intervention process. In this monographic issue we find the idea of the need to strenghthen research performances among professionals from Social Pedagogy in line with an evaluative perspective which allows assessment and research processes using reliable and validated instruments, adapted to contexts of development and life of the people we approached.

  • Educación para una Cultura de la Sostenibilidad: eco-ciudadanía, políticas públicas y participación social

    Education for a Culture of Sustainability: eco-citizenship, public policies and social participation
    No. 36 (2020)

    In this monographic we analyzed the subject of the Environmental Education (EE) that has little more than 50 years of history . It was born in the late sixties of the 20th century. Its initial intention was to transform education so that human societies reconsider their place in a biosphere with a limited capacity to sustain its accelerated and exponential growth. Currently, EE has to respond to an extreme situation, forced by scientific evidence that we have entered a point of no return marked by the climate crisis and other systemic impacts of human activity on the biosphere. How to redefine the pedagogical and social role of EE in this scenario? 

  • School and Social Vulnerability
    No. 35 (2020)

    In this monograph we deal with children's social vulnerability and its relationship with the school setting. The subject is analyzed from different angles that relate this vulnerability to economic crises, situations of displacement and migration, ethnic bullying, social welfare and games; understanding the game as an instrument for the specific prevention of bullying. Finally, the vision of vulnerable childhood is analyzed from human rights, in a system of relationships that connects the family, the school and the community.

  • Effective family-based prevention interventions
    No. 34 (2019)

    The present issue focuses on the analysis of different types of efficient interventions on family prevention from the perspective of the paradigm of research based on evidence. It gathers contributions that describe and analyze socio-educational intervention programs concerning behavior, drug consumption and other problematic conducts in the family context, from the approach of positive parenthood.

  • Reading as social pedagogy and education
    No. 33 (2019)

    The current SPECIAL monographic issue focuses on reading and social and reading practices. It is based on a strategic line of great interest to this journal, consisting in building bridges and widening the analysis and reflection on related disciplines with a resilient projection and content for social action. 
  • Social Pedagogy and work-life balance in daily life
    No. 32 (2018)

    In this monographic, we deal with a new and original approach to the use of time, in this case the time shared within a daily family environment, analyzed from an critical perspective committed to education, where reconciliation, co-responsibility and equal rights are the main and unavoidable axes for Social Pedagogy
  • Education and leisure of vulnerable youth
    No. 31 (2018)

    In this monograph, we approach as a nuclear issue the practices of education, leisure and leisure time use in a specific type of young people, those that present a certain level of vulnerability or a situation of potential social risk. The different contributions analyse the problem and present strategies to guide socio-educational intervention.
  • Youth Empowerment and Social Pedagogy
    No. 30 (2017)

    The present monographic issue pedagogically develops and delimits the concept of empowerment, in particular when applied to young people, describing experiences, spaces, interpretations and meaning that young people attribute to this concept, as well as the capabilities and competences that are required in order to articulate reliable educational processes in order to promote this term.
  • Cultural Diversity and Socio-Educational Inclusion
    No. 29 (2017)

    In this monographic we present a series of educational innovations that seek to anticipate answers to new challenges and needs of the current school facing the challenge of cultural diversity and social and educational inclusion
  • Territorial networks of social-educational action, an investment in collaborative social innovation
    No. 28 (2016)

    In this special issue diverse experiences of territorial networks development are analyzed, conformed as new ways of coordination and optimization of interventions between social agents. This networks are emerging as innovative ways of effective assistance to social-educational needs of citizens, to boost collaborative social innovation and to contribute to build social capital in local communities.

  • Social Pedagogy in the world
    No. 27 (2016)

    In this special issue we commemorate 30 years of  life of our magazine,  since its birth in 1986. For this reason, the monograph reflects the presence and development of social pedagogy in a wide range of contexts and countries around the world, with the participation of experts from Germany, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Spain, Russia, Uruguay, Brazil, United Kingdom, United States, Japan and South Africa
  • Young people, leisure and education in the network society
    No. 25 (2015)

    Número 25 de Pedagogía Social. Revista Interuniversitaria. Incluye un monográfico sobre "Jóvenes, ocio y educación en la sociedad red".