Founded in 2012, The International Journal of Security, Preparedness, and Resilience Education (IJSPRE) is a peer-reviewed online journal that captures the dynamic and rapidly evolving nature of homeland security and emergency management education. From its post-9/11 inception, academia played a vital role in developing the field of homeland security and connecting it to its entwined disciplinary cousin, emergency management and the related fields of national security, public safety, public administration, public health, industrial hygiene, cybersecurity, environmental security and many others. Indeed, homeland security is the quintessential meta-discipline.The original name of the IJSPRE was the Journal of Homeland Security Education. In 2018, the name of the journal was changed to the International Journal of Security, Preparedness, and Resilience Education to reflect the international and all-hazards dimensions of the field
IJSPRE celebrates the interdisciplinary nature of homeland security and emergency management education. IJSPRE includes the latest in homeland security and emergency management pedagogy, andragogy, theory, and the Science of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). The Editor invites homeland security and emergency management practitioners and academics as well as practitioners and academics from related fields to submit manuscripts that will help prepare the next generation of homeland security policy makers and practitioners for the threats and hazards of the 21st century.
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