About the Journal
Portularia, Spanish Journal Social Work, was born thanks to the School of Social Work of the University of Huelva and the work of a group of professors there working. Its main objective is establishing a means for the analysis and discussion of the impact that ongoing social changes have on Social Work. The challenges met by our societies require of well-trained professionals who can face present and future changes and of a University connected to such society so as to learn what its problems are, how to diagnose them and what proposals need be made to improve the wellfare of its citizens. Social Work as a social product is must be aware of all these changes and challenges. The impact of new technologies in social organisation and the reproduction of social impairments, the diverstiy due to an increase of immigration, the protection of minorities, the progressive ageing of population, the protection of the environment or general access to employment... all these matters are the concern of social work and the subject of analysis and discussion in Portularia, Revista de Trabajo Social Portularia, Revista de Trabajo Social is published by the University of Huelva and its School of Social Work. It is aimed at the research and diffusion of subjects related to Social Work and Social Sciences. Issues include unpublished theoretical/practical works about research, projects, proposals, reflections or experiences related to Social Work and social intervention.
- Opening a space for reflection and in-depth knowledge of the scientific community related to Social Work.
- Establishing a means for analysis and discussion of the impact of social changes and their incidence in the practice of Social Work.
- Fostering scientific exchange with either national or international Universities, Schools of Social Work, Administrations, Organisations, etc; so as to make the journal academically, scientifically and economically profitable.
National and International Databases
Portularia, Revista de Trabajo Social, se encuentra bajo una Licencia Creative Commons Reconocimiento-NoComercial-SinObraDerivada 3.0 Unported.
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