About the publisher – Stockholm University Press
Stockholm University Press – Sweden’s largest university press. The titles of Stockholm University Press are mainly aimed at all those who are interested in educational issues. The writers are primarily researchers and teachers at colleges, institutes and universities, and school and pre-school/kindergarten teachers.
SU Press was founded in 1986, drawing in inspiration from Anglo-Saxon universities.
The publications of Stockholm University Press belong to the area of Educational Science, with an emphasis on child-care and schooling. The contents of the publications are based on a scientific foundation, where the reflecting practitioner is in the centre – the relationship between research and practice is central. The ambition is that the publications should mirror the entire spectrum of multi-facetted activities going on at the the programmes of education and in the area of Educational Science at the Stockholm university and stimulate a development of knowledge as well as a discussion related to education in general. Stockholm University Press thereby contributes to the so called “Third Task” of Swedish Higher Education, which is to disseminate information on the research and developments going on in academia.
The publications of Stockholm University Press include non-fiction, debate books, research reports, course literature, doctoral dissertations and papers in the following fields: children and youth, Didactics, Pedagogic, both general and specialised, as well as the Pedagogic of P.E., Care and Gender, and academic counselling.
The publications of Stockholm University Press are supervised by an editorial board. The board determines the quality of the script and discusses the need for publications on the programmes of education and issues belong to the area of Educational Science at the Stockholm university.
The Editorial Board consists of:
Lecturer Göran Bergström
Publisher Marie-Anne Colliander
Professor Gunilla Dahlberg
Editor Christina Lenz (secretary of the board)
Lecturer Viveca Lindberg
Professor Astrid Pettersson, chair
Associate Professor Moira von Wright
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The invoice is always included with your order. If you require separate addresses for invoice and delivery this can be stated on the invoice, but both the book and the invoice are sent to your delivery address, whereupon the customer himself can forward the invoice.
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örlagssystem is responsible for the distribution and billing of most of our books. Our books can also be ordered directly from Förlagssystem, email@example.com, fax +46 8 657 19 95, or by phone +46 8 657 95 00.
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