Current Issue: Volume 4, Issue 3 (2019)
The most recent issue of the Journal of Vincentian Social Action addresses the benefits of academic service learning to both students and the community, offers a collection of articles that draw attention to the need for effective behavior management in classrooms, and the importance of mathematics teaching in early childhood development. This issue of JoVSA offers the insights of wide range of scholars and their different perspectives on how to engage the community at-large in the service of others.
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Journal of Vincentian Social Action (JoVSA) is a biannual peer reviewed scholarly publication engaging the local, national and global community on issues of poverty and social injustice in the service of the disadvantaged. Rooted in the Catholic and Vincentian tradition, we are dedicated to active research and direct service to those most in need. We seek to publish insight into the causes and consequences of poverty and believe that these actions can help alleviate suffering. We welcome novel research, conference proceedings, case studies, and position papers on contemporary topics that shed light on a direct route to help those in need.
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