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The Journal of Playwork Practice aims to advance playwork research and practice by providing the first ever interdisciplinary platform for the publication and dissemination of scholarship relevant to playwork practice. The Journal of Playwork Practice bridges the playwork theory-practice divide by facilitating practitioner access to research relevant to their practice, and enables researchers interested in 'playwork' to access a hitherto inaccessible field of practice and its literature.

The Journal of Playwork Practice was published by Policy Press from 2014 to 2017, and will return with its new publisher as the International Journal of Playwork Practice in 2019. Further information is available at: http://www.commonthreads.org.uk/jpp.html.

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Volume 2, Number 1, April 2015

Editorial

Free Content Editorial
pp. 3-5(3)
Authors: Worch, Eric; Cartmel, Jennifer

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Research

Gaining insights into young people's playful wellbeing in woodland through art-based action research
pp. 23-43(21)
Authors: Wright, Naomi; Goodenough, Alice; Waite, Sue

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Examining the playground as a civic space through the lens of play
pp. 45-59(15)
Author: Pitsikali, Alkistis

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Practice: Playwork Training

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Practice

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Training and the art of reflection
pp. 77-80(4)
Authors: Vollbrecht, Olivia; Rothwell, Rarni

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The importance of emotional intelligence in the management of a playwork setting
pp. 81-84(4)
Authors: Boddey, James; Hodgkins, Angela

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Key themes from playwork training in Hong Kong
pp. 85-87(3)
Author: Wong, Ada

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Profile

John Barron Mays (1914-87)
pp. 93-95(3)
Author: Lowson, David

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Photo Essay

Playscapes
pp. 97-102(6)
Authors: Carr, Victoria; Kochanowski, Leslie; Konerman, Rachel

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Book Reviews

The reflective early years practitioner
pp. 103-104(2)
Author: Hydon, Catharine

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Key thinkers in childhood studies
pp. 105-107(3)
Author: Ridgely, Susan B.

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Childism: Confronting prejudice against children
pp. 108-110(3)
Author: Sidorenko, Ewa

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