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Creative Arts in Education and Therapy (CAET) – Eastern and Western Perspectives

For those using & integrating creative arts in their work. Focus on discussing perspectives, theory application & results between the West & East.

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Creative Arts in Education and Therapy (CAET) – Eastern and Western Perspectives

 

Aims & Scope

 

Creative Arts in Education and Therapy (CAET) – Eastern and Western Perspectives is an international journal for artists, educators and therapists, who use and integrate creative arts in their work. The focus is on reporting and discussing perspectives, theory based application and practical results between the West and the East - particularly China and its neighboring cultures. The journal supports cross-disciplinary dialogue, cooperation and research between creative arts (creative writing, dance/movement, drama, film, music, and the visual arts) and education, therapy, psychology, medicine, and other related fields.

CAET invites research articles, case reports, program descriptions, position papers, interviews, and conference reports relevant to the field. We also welcome books for review consideration. Manuscripts are subject to a peer review process before being accepted and published. Contributions are to be in English and will be published with bilingual abstracts: English and Chinese. CAET publishes 2 issues per year in both print and online versions.

 


About CAET

 

Creative Arts in Education and Therapy (CAET) – Eastern and Western Perspectives is an international open access journal published and supported by Inspirees Education Group (www.inspirees.com). CAET was founded by Dr. Tony Zhou in 2015 and is led by Dr. Zhou and two editors-in-chief: Shaun McNiff, University Professor at Lesley University, and Professor Stephen K. Levine of the European Graduate School. CAET has an international Editorial Board consisting of 50 leading international expressive arts experts.

Publishing with CAET is free of charge without any APC (Article Processing Charge).

CAET is collected by such major institutions as the National Library of China, the Royal Dutch National Library, the Chinese Central Conservatory of Music, the Academic College of Society and the Arts (Israel), Art Therapy Italiana, Lesley University, Hong Kong University, the China Academy of Art, East China Normal University, etc.

CAET journal is associated with CAET Webinar Series and CAET World Forum initiated and organized by Inspirees Education Group.

ISSN print: 2451-876X   online: 2468-2306

 

Mission and vision

 

CAET aims to become the world leading journal in the field of creative arts education and therapy by bridging the science and art, and creating a mutual dialogue between East and West. We are committed to bringing the great works from China abroad. We value the human-centered approach.

 


 

For Authors

Creative Arts in Education and Therapy (CAET) – Eastern and Western Perspectives is an international open-access peer reviewed journal. Manuscripts are subject to a peer review process before being accepted and published. Contributions are to be in English and will be published with bilingual abstracts in both English and Chinese. CAET publishes two issues per year in both print and online versions.

Currently, publishing with CAET is free of charge without any APC (article processing charge).

Benefits of publishing with CAET

  • Golden open access and free without APC
  • An innovative and robust publishing format including text, audio and video
  • Immediate – free – access to online content
  • Support froma wide range of reviewers and an international editorial board
  • Global marketing and distribution including highlighted branding in China
  • Author profiling page on CAET website
  • English and Chinese abstracts of published articles
  • Active involvement and networking via publications, webinars and conferences
  • Indexed in both international and Chinese databases

Editors

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Nuo Yang

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Michele Staunton

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