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American Communist History ISSN: 1474-3892
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Full Text: 2002-06-01 - 12 months ago
American Communist History will be the impartial, leading journal for scholarship about the history of the Communist Party in the United States and its social, political, economic and cultural impact on its members, on its opponents, and the public at large. The journal will deal with the American party and with the various outside influences which have dealt with its representation, with the controversial folklore that has been engendered about it, and with the many differing views about its antecedents, and its diverse opponents on the Left and Right. While rooted in the United States, the journal welcomes contributions which are transnational or international in scope. Despite the end of the Cold War, there is still enormous controversy about the range of Communist influence on all aspects of American life. This peer- reviewed journal of the Historians of American Communism aims to make available in a non-partisan and objective way scholarship on the role of American Communism and Communists since the Party's founding at the end of the First World War. Seeking the broadest possible perspective the journal seeks submissions not only from academic historians but from other scholars, journalists, and activists who can objectively contribute to a complex, intriguing, and important history. Research articles, notes and documents, interpretive essays, and short memoirs are welcome. The journal is committed to media reviews. We stress both the domestic sphere and the global one. American Communist History will deal in detail with the various interpretations defining the role of the Communist Party, its front groups, its opponents, and Soviet agents in the United States within and on the Left and the Right. What the journal can and will publish is limited only by the curiosity of potential contributors and the need for quality. We wish to enhance the knowledge of issue-laden, often partisan, developments in a useful, professional, and intelligent way. American Communist History will deal not only with Communism in the U.S., but with all aspects of its influence and the forces that influenced it.
AntePodium ISSN: 1173-5716
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Full Text: 1995 - present
AntePodium (AtP) is an electronic journal dedicated to scholarly research on the politico-strategic, politico-economic and politico-cultural dimensions of world affairs. AtP is interdisciplinary and eclectic. It is not confined to traditional political science boundaries and welcomes articles from interested academics from a wide range of disciplines. AtP is published by the Victoria University of Wellington School of Political Science and International Relations.
Asian Studies Review ISSN: 1035-7823
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Full Text: 1998-03-01 - 12 months ago
Asian Studies Review adopts a contemporary approach to area studies and welcomes new research in related disciplines. Areas covered include recent academic explorations in cultural studies film popular culture health sciences and the environment as well as current research in the disciplines of economics politics sociology history language literature philosophy and religion. The journal also includes review articles and book reviews. Readership All researchers and students of Asian Studies will find the journal indispensable reading. Students of economics politics history and cultural studies will also find the journal an invaluable resource for Asia-focussed perspectives. Interested readers outside universities such as policy-makers teachers and business leaders should benefit from the journal's analyses of Asian affairs.
The Contemporary Pacific ISSN: 1043-898X
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Full Text: 2000-04 - present (v12 i1 - )
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Full Text: 2000-04 - present (v12 i1 - )
The Contemporary Pacific covers a wide range of disciplines with the aim of providing comprehensive coverage of contemporary developments in the entire Pacific Islands region, including Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. It features refereed, readable articles that examine social, economic, political, ecological, and cultural topics, along with political reviews, book reviews, resource reviews, and a dialogue section of letters and short items.
Cultural Studies ISSN: 0950-2386
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Full Text: 1998-07-01 - 12 months ago
Cultural Studies is an international journal which explores the relation between cultural practices, everyday life, material, economic, political, geographical and historical contexts. It fosters more open analytic, critical and political conversations by encouraging people to push the dialogue into fresh, uncharted territory. It also aims to intervene in the processes by which the existing techniques, institutions and structures of power are reproduced, resisted and transformed. Cultural Studies understands the term 'culture' inclusively rather than exclusively, and publishes essays which encourage significant intellectual and political experimentation, intervention and dialogue. Special issues focus on specific topics, often not traditionally associated with cultural studies, and occasional issues present a body of work from a particular national, ethnic or special tradition. The journal represents the truly international and interdisciplinary nature of contemporary work in cultural studies, and since its inception in 1987, has reflected the discipline in becoming ever more global in scope and perspective(s). Cultural Studies welcomes work covering a range of topics and styles, and invites articles, reviews, critiques, photographs and other forms of 'cultural' and 'intellectual' production.
Democracy & Nature: The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy ISSN: 1085-5661
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Full Text: 1998-07-01 - 2003-11-01
Democracy & Nature (D&N) aims to become the international forum for inclusive democracy. That is, direct political democracy, economic democracy (beyond the confines of the market economy and state planning), as well as democracy in the social realm and ecological democracy. In short, inclusive democracy is a form of social organisation which re-integrates society with economy, polity and nature. The concept of inclusive democracy is derived from a synthesis of two major historical traditions: the classical democratic and the socialist. It also encompasses radical green, feminist, indigenous and liberation movements in the South. The journal aims to initiate a dialogue in which inclusive democracy and other radical views will be discussed and contrasted. D&N perceives the world to be in a multidimensional crisis, caused by the concentration of power in the hands of various elites, as a result of the establishment of the system of market/growth economy, representative democracy and the related forms of hierarchical structures. Inclusive democracy is therefore not seen as a utopia but as probably the only way out of the present crisis. In this context, by facilitating a dialogue between those committed to re-envisioning society D&N also aspires to inform a new political praxis. D&N features: Cutting-edge political analysis and radical green theory. The journal brings together the latest political thought by contemporary radical thinkers within the broad left and green movement. Political activists, leading thinkers in the fields of economics, science, history, ecology, ethics, and others provide perspectives on themes such as Science and Technology; Democracy, Culture and Mass Media and Class, State and Ecology. This interdisciplinary approach casts new light on the complex causes of the multi-dimensional crisis happening now, how our history shaped the present crisis, and how we can participate in the creation of a political, economic and ecological democracy. A dynamic interchange of ideas. Radical thinkers from around the globe and varying traditions participate in a unique dialogue. Libertarian socialists, autonomy/radical democracy project supporters, radical greens, feminists, and indigenous and Third World activists contribute multiple perspectives on the crucial issues of our times. Themes are employed in each issue as a focal point for debate, and review essays are featured on books that contribute to contemporary currents of thought. International perspectives. With editorial contributions from all over the world, D&N provides sharp, sophisticated coverage of democratic and green ideas worldwide. The diversity of history, culture, and political traditions represented in D&N enriches the dialogue and creates an approach to solving the worldwide crisis that is at once global and local. A new movement. D&N reclaims the word democracy from its corrupted present-day usage and expands its original meaning to include equal sharing of political, as well as economic and social power exercised directly by the citizens.
Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies ISSN: 1044-2057
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Full Text: 2000-03-01 - 6 months ago
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Full Text: 1991-04 - present (v1 i1 - )
Diaspora is dedicated to the multidisciplinary study of the history, culture, social structure, politics and economics of both the traditional diasporas ñ Armenian, Greek, and Jewish ñ and those transnational dispersions which in the past three decades have chosen to identify themselves as ëdiasporas.í These encompass groups ranging from the African-American to the Ukrainian-Canadian, from the Caribbean-British to the new East and South Asian diasporas.
Diplomatic History ISSN: 0145-2096
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Full Text: 1993-06-01 - 12 months ago
As the sole journal devoted to the history of U.S. diplomacy foreign relations and national security Diplomatic History examines issues from the colonial period to the 1990s in a global and comparative context. The journal of record of The Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR ) Diplomatic History offers a variety of perspectives on economic and strategic issues as well as those involving gender culture ethnicity and ideology. This journal appeals to a wide variety of disciplines including American studies international economics American history national security studies and Latin American Asian African and European studies. Click here for the Diplomatic History home page.
East Asia: An International Quarterly ISSN: 1096-6838
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Full Text: 1998-10-01 - 12 months ago
East Asia examines the interplay between the politics and culture that underlies major developments in China, Japan, Korea, and the Pacific Rim. It offers a unique, transnational approach to political, economic, and cultural issues. This international quarterly focuses on the complex and subtle influences these nations exert upon one another. East Asia examines the competition, assimilation, and tensions that shape events in the region today and for years to come.
Electronic Journal of Contemporary Japanese Studies ISSN: 1476-9158
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Full Text: 2001 - present
The electronic journal of contemporary japanese studies is a journal in the social sciences that is dedicated to publishing academic research and scholarly writing on all issues related to contemporary Japanese society, economy, politics, and culture. The journal adopts an multi-disciplinary stance in the hope that it will contribute to a deeper and broader understanding of Japan and the Japanese people as an integral part of global 21st century life and that it will, consequently, help to improve our understanding of the totality of human experience. As such, therefore, we encourage submissions in all areas of sociology, economics, political science, and cultural studies that have contemporary Japan as their principal area of focus but that also relate Japan to broader developments elsewhere in the world.
Enterprise and Society ISSN: 1467-2227
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Full Text: 2000-03-01 - present (v1 i1 - )
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Full Text: 2003-03 - present (v4 i1 - )
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Full Text: 2003-03 - present (v4 i1 - )
Enterprise and Society will offer a forum for research on the historical relations between businesses and their larger political cultural institutional social and economic contexts. The journal aims to be truly international in scope. Studies focused on individual firms and industries and grounded in a broad historical framework will be welcome as will innovative applications of economic or management theories to business and its context. Quantitative work couched in terms accessible to non-cliometricians also will be welcome. Enterprise and Society will actively encourage submission of studies of business that arise from collateral social scientific and humanities disciplines (for example historical sociology anthropology political economy geography and theories of economy and societies). In addition to the editor the journal will engage Associate Editors for the Americas Europe and Asia and Africa with a view toward attracting fresh interesting and rigorous research from a variety of national and comparative perspectives.
Family Matters ISSN: 1030-2646
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Full Text: 1997-09-01 - present
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Full Text: 1994 - 12 months ago (v38 - )
Published by the Australian Institute of Family Studies three times a year, Family Matters is a lively and informative magazine for students, family service providers, policy makers, and anyone interested in families. Readers will find the latest Australian and international research on family trends, family breakdown, what makes for strong and enduring marriages, child development, economic and social policy, and a range of other family-related issues. Readers will get all the latest findings from the Institute's studies including the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children, the Australian Temperament Project, the Child Care in a Cultural Context Study, the Family Social Capital and Citizenship Study, and the Families and Work Decisions Study. Findings from the Institute's ongoing research into divorce, family formation and breakdown, and marriage and relationship education, will continue to be published. If you work with families, are interested or involved in family policy, or want to keep up-to-date on the trends affecting Australian families, then Family Matters is for you.
Feminist Economics ISSN: 1354-5701
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Full Text: 1997-03-01 - 12 months ago
Feminist Economics is an innovative journal dedicated to developing an interdisciplinary discourse on feminist perspectives on economics and the economy. It also features economic issues from cross-disciplinary perspectives, including work in anthropology, cultural studies, critical race theory, geography, history, law, literature, philosophy, politics, post-colonial studies, public health, psychology, science and society studies and sociology. Feminist Economics : advances feminist inquiry into economic issues affecting the lives of women, men and children provides a feminist rethinking of theory and policy in diverse subfields and related areas of economics, including those not directly related to gender provides insights into the relationship between gender and power relations in the economy and in the construction and legitimation of economic knowledge extends feminist theoretical, historical, and methodological insights to economics and the economy offers feminist insights into the underlying constructs of the economics discipline and into the historical, political, and cultural context of economic knowledge The journal also includes short essays, comments and replies to previously published articles, book reviews, and an information section.
Global Networks ISSN: 1470-2266
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Full Text: 2001-01-01 - 12 months ago
Global Networks is a path-breaking journal devoted to the social scientific understanding of globalization and transnationalism. In the 21st century emerging transnational actors will play an ever more important role in both global and local affairs. They represent the human face of globalization. Such actors enter into the spaces opened up by the intersection of corporate capital, labour mobility and the new information, communication and transportation technologies. A feature of globe-spanning interactions of all kinds is the building and sustaining of social, economic, political and cultural networks. These global networks are constituted by dynamic and often flexible connections between individuals, family-members, firms, social groups, and organisations. They transcend territorial borders, challenging the claims of cultural and economic self-sufficiency made by nations and communities. Such transnational processes, from below as well as above, present profound challenges and opportunities to states, corporations, cities and territorial-based actors. They also enable the imagination and construction of innovative forms of human solidarity and citizenship. Embedded in global networks, some actors resist globalization, others search for alternatives, both legal and criminal. Some places and communities are empowered, others are switched off. Global Networks will publish high quality, refereed articles on global networks, transnational affairs and practices and their relation to wider theories of globalization. The journal will provide a forum for discussion, debate and the refinement of key ideas in this emerging field. The international team of editors are committed to open and critical dialogue and will encourage the reasoned scrutiny of claims about the coming shape of the world.
Histoire sociale/Social history ISSN: 0018-2257
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Full Text: 2008-05 - present (v41 i81 - )
Founded in 1968, Histoire sociale - Social History has become a leading publication in socio-historical research. Hs-SH publishes articles, research notes, book reviews, and other material that contribute to social history in Canada and elsewhere. The journal is interested in all types of social phenomena - cultural, political, economic, or demographic - without methodological, temporal or geographic restrictions. The journal gives priority to studies that explicitly integrate different subfields of social history and are innovative in sources, method or interpretation.
History ISSN: 0018-2648
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Full Text: 1990-06-01 - 12 months ago
First published in 1912 History has been a leader in its field ever since. It is unique in its range and variety packing its pages with stimulating articles extensive book reviews and editorial notes. History balances its broad chronological coverage with a wide geographical spread of articles featuring contributions from social political cultural economic and ecclesiastical historians. Accessible: History seeks to publish articles on broad challenging themes which not only display sound scholarship but are also attractively written and present their conclusions to a wide range of teachers and students in further and higher education as well as those interested in keeping up to date with current developments. Reviews: An integral part of each issue is the review section giving critical analysis of the latest scholarship across an extensive chronological and geographical range.
International Breastfeeding Journal ISSN: 1746-4358
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Full Text: 2006 - present
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Full Text: 2006 - present
International Breastfeeding Journal is an open access, peer-reviewed, online journal soon to be launched by BioMed Central. International Breastfeeding Journal will encompass all aspects of breastfeeding. Breastfeeding is recognized as an important public health issue with enormous social and economic implications. In order to help women breastfeed successfully there is a need to understand both the physiology of lactation and the social and cultural context within which breastfeeding occurs. International Breastfeeding Journal seeks to address all of these aspects, including the impediments to breastfeeding, the health effects of not breastfeeding for infants and their mothers, and the management of breastfeeding problems. The journal will consider the following article types: research, reviews, case reports, study protocols, short reports, methodology, commentaries, hypotheses, and debate articles.
Interventions: The International Journal of Postcolonial Studies ISSN: 1369-801X
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Full Text: 2000-03-01 - 12 months ago
Interventions: the International Journal of Postcolonial Studies is a specialist journal focusing on the following aspects of postcolonial research, theory and politics: The histories of imperialism and colonialism The role of culture (academic, literary and popular) in the operation of imperialism and in the formations of national resistance Liberation struggles, past and ongoing The role of religion and culture in new nationalisms The contemporary politics of identity; race and ethnicity; gender and sexuality The economics of neo-colonialism Diaspora and migrancy Indigenous fourth-world cultures The connections between colonialism and modernity, postcolonialism and postmodernism The assumption guiding the editorial policy of Interventions: the International Journal of Postcolonial Studies will be that a journal, while representing a disciplinary field, can also make effective interventions within it - interrogating, shaping and extending it without seeking to dictate.
Iranian Journal of Radiology ISSN: 1735-1065
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Full Text: 2003 - present
The Iranian Journal of Radiology (IJR) is a scientific forum dedicated primarily to the topics relevant to radiology and allied sciences of the developing countries which have been neglected or have received little attention in the Western medical literature. The Journal is a peer-reviewed radiological publication, scheduled to appear biannually. Manuscripts would be particularly welcome which deal with radiology and imaging from geographic regions wherein problems regarding economical, social, ethnic and cultural parameters affecting prevalence and course of the illness are taken into consideration. Submission in English or Persian will be accepted.
Irish Studies Review ISSN: 0967-0882
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Full Text: 1998-04-01 - 12 months ago
Irish Studies Review is an indispensable resource for all those engaged in Irish studies and related disciplines. Founded in 1992, it has become an important forum for the scholarly development of knowledge, understanding and appreciation of Irish studies and culture throughout the world. It serves a wide range of disciplinary communities, including history and archaeology; literary, cultural, gender and media studies; politics and economics; and music and the arts. Each issue consists of: refereed articles reviews and review articles on all aspects of Irish studies topical debates and interviews The journal aims to reflect the variety of perceptions current in the field, to support traditional disciplinary scholarship, and to promote multi- and inter-disciplinary approaches to the subject. All articles and viewpoints are submitted to at least two referees before acceptance for publication.
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