The authors of the contributions to this issue are from Israel, China, the USA, Russia, Taiwan, Poland and Germany, and they represent different disciplines in the Humanities. Correspondingly, this issue adheres to one of the fundamental concepts of the journal – to promote the international dialogue on problems in education, where not only educationalists and… Read More »


Entscheidungsfindung für einen internationalen Freiwilligendienst – Welche Rolle spielen soziale Herkunft und Bildungsverlauf der Freiwilligen?

Summary (Henrike Genzel & Anja Franz: Decision Making for a Long Term International Voluntary Service – Which Role Do Social and Educational Background Play?): The article attempts to reveal differences in the decision process for a long term international voluntary service. Those differences are analyzed with regards to the social, as well as the educational… Read More »