Royal Geographical Society conference 2021 journal highlights
We are excited to share our journals highlights with you at the RGS International conferenceincluding details of our new journals Global Political Economy and the fully Open Access Global Social Challenges Journal.
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Global Social Challenges Journal
How can we re-imagine society in an era of pressing global societal challenges? The new Global Social Challenges Journal, fully open access and not for profit, aims to facilitate thinking about these positive new trajectories and become the journal of choice to address the complexities of global social challenges across disciplines.
Want to know more? Read our call for submissions, follow us on Twitter and join the journal mailing list.
Introducing Global Political Economy
Global Political Economy is the much-anticipated journal for the discipline of the global political economy. The journal offers a critical platform for research that interrogates prevailing institutions, norms and patterns of authority and explanatory categories; authors will engage with and drive debates around emancipatory discourses and praxis.
The journal will encourage debates and discussions across disciplines, spanning economics, political science, geography, business studies, international relations, sociology and more.
Submissions are now open! Read the call for papers to learn more. Don't forget to follow @GPEjournal on Twitter and sign up to the Global Political Economy mailing list for the latest news from the journal.
Global Discourse is an interdisciplinary, problem-oriented journal of applied contemporary thought operating at the intersection of politics, international relations, sociology and social policy. The journal's scope is broad, encouraging interrogation of current affairs concerning core questions of distributive justice, wellbeing, cultural diversity, autonomy, sovereignty, security and recognition.
Free sample issue
Transnational religious networks and geopolitics in the Muslim World
Guest Edited by Simon Mabon and Edward Wastnidge
Transnational identity claims, roles and strategic foreign policy narratives in the Middle East
Challenging the sponsor-proxy model: the Iran–Hizbullah relationship
Challenging the sponsor-proxy model: the Iran–Hizbullah relationship: a reply to Saad
COVID-19 and the Politics of Fear
Guest Edited by Matthew Flinders, Dan Degerman and Matthew Johnson
Staying with Speculation: Natures, Futures, Politics
Guest Edited by Maria Luján Escalante and Christine Mortimer
Pandemic Politics in the Persian Gulf
Guest Edited by Luciano Zaccara and Simon Mabon
Want more from Global Discourse? Read the Editors’ Choice collection for free, explore the Global Discourse blog and follow @globaldiscourse on Twitter
Journal of Poverty and Social Justice
The Journal of Poverty and Social Justice (JPSJ) provides an internationally unique forum for leading research on the themes of poverty and social justice.
Free sample issue
Read the JPSJ free sample issue: Volume 27, Number 3, October 2019 (free until 31 December 2021), including:
The influence of poverty on children’s school experiences: pupils’ perspectives
Lynn Naven et al.
Much ado about poverty: the role of a UN Special Rapporteur
Philip Alston, Bassam Khawaja, and Rebecca Riddell
Tangled narratives of poverty in early childhood: othering, work, welfare and ‘curveballs’
Read the full issue here.
Find out more about the journal and follow @JPSJ_Journal on Twitter.
Voluntary Sector Review
Voluntary Sector Review publishes accessible, high-quality peer-reviewed papers on all aspects of the voluntary, community, civil society and third sectors.
Special issues and themed sections
Special issue: Place leadership and the role of the third sector and civil society
Guest Edited by Oto Potluka, Alessandro Sancino, John Diamond and James Rees
Themed section: Re-reading civil society action for environmental sustainability.
Guest edited by Will Eadson
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