About the Journal

Culture, Education, and Future (CEF) is an open-access, double-blind peer-reviewed international journal published by the Association for the Advancement of Interdisciplinary Educational Studies (AAIDES). The journal publishes research aimed at improving the nature of education and knowledge production by focusing on how culture shapes education in light of current developments and future directions. As emphasized by Editor-in-Chief Russ Marion in the journal's inaugural issue;

"This journal, then, asks how cultural trends are influencing education and the future of education, for the good or the bad. We seek substantive, well-conceived and researched discussions of the nexuses between culture, education, and the future. Can we predict likely outcomes. We can predict some of what we will deal with in the near future due to AI. But long term or currently unanticipated futures are merely speculative; one cannot predict without some evidence. We are not, like politicians who promise doom and gloom if policies they don’t like are adopted; rather we do want to explore culture, education, and the future thoughtfully and intelligently. Our vision is to formulate credible information for school personnel that will allow them to act changes early in the emergence dynamic."

The journal's scope includes culture-centered and future-focused educational studies that can directly or indirectly impact education stakeholders, decision-makers, and practitioners. At CEF, researchers from all types of educational institutions, including K–12 schools, colleges, universities, adult education centers, and non-governmental education groups, as well as those working on social, family, and community projects, are encouraged to submit manuscripts that address current, critical, and country-specific issues in the field. The journal focuses on studies in all areas of education and culture, including psychology, anthropology, linguistics, sociology, and communication.

The journal is valuable for teachers, principals, counselors, supervisors, curriculum theorists and developers, interdisciplinary education researchers, and policymakers.

CEF welcomes research employing any research method, including reviews, mixed methods studies, quantitative and qualitative research, and innovative research methods.


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Vol. 2 No. 1 (2024): CEF Journal
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Published: 2024-06-26

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