Social Inquiry into Well-Being cover

Aim. The periodical peer-reviewed journal Social Inquiry into Well-Being aims to promote dialogue between researchers from different branches of social science (social policy, social work, sociology, education, psychology, etc.) and to present interdisciplinary studies on social development and population problems in Lithuania, the EU, Eastern and Central European.

Format of publication. Social Inquiry into Well-Being publishes original scientific articles, reviews of scholarly monographs and other publications, abstracts and other informative publications in the Lithuanian or English languages. Upon the decision of the Editorial Board, publications in other languages may be included. The academic journal Social Inquiry into Well-Being publishes articles dealing with the issues from the fields of social policy, social work, sociology, psychology and education science.

Periodicity. The academic journal Social Inquiry into Well-Being is published twice a year (in May and November).

Peer review. Submitted articles are reviewed by applying the double-blind method (the identities of the author(s) and reviewers are kept unknown). Each article is appointed at least two referees (scientists with a degree in the relevant field).

Indexation. The academic journal Social Inquiry into Well-Being is included in the Ulrich’s PROQUEST, DOAJ, C.E.E.O.L. databases.

This is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.


Vol 19, No 2 (2021): Social Inquiry Into Well-Being

Table of Contents

Education Science

Saulė Raižienė, Laura Ringienė, Audronė Jakaitienė
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6–15
Vida Gudžinskienė, Gitana Gužienė
16–36
Danguolė Šakalytė, Valdonė Indrašienė
37–52

Psychology

Micael Dahlen, Helge Thorbjørnsen
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53–62
Daiva Vanagė, Rasa Pilkauskaitė Valickienė, Danielius Serapinas
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63–82
Laima Nakvosaitė, Jolanta Sondaitė
83–101

Social Work

Neringa Kurapkaitienė
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102–113
Vida Gudžinskienė, Lilita Rimkevičė
114–133