The CSWR welcomes articles of analytic and empirical merit (between 4,500 and 6,000 words) in either English or French. The journal is well known for its thorough and respectful peer review.
The CSWR seeks articles that have the following characteristics:
- are original;
- enrich or challenge existing knowledge;
- accomplish a clearly stated purpose;
- have an adequate conclusion and underline implications;
- have internal consistency;
- include up-to-date references;
- have clearly defined concepts;
- are presented in an interesting and concise style;
- provide evidence of sound scholarship, including adequate methodology and argumentation;
- are appropriate in terms of subject, length, and timeliness.
– Manuscripts submitted to the Canadian Social Work Review should not be under consideration by any other publication.
– Your manuscript should be between 4,500 and 6,000 words
– Include a cover sheet with identifying information and word count of text, excluding references (the author’s name should not appear in the body of the manuscript)
– Include an abstract that does not exceed 200 words
– Use APA format for references.