Call for Papers

Child & Family Social Work.  This call for papers intends to collect empirical and theoretical studies among families with a social, behavioral, public health or multidisciplinary perspective on key issues related to the coronavirus pandemic. Click here to read the full call for papers. Submission deadline for abstracts: July 1, 2020

Books

- Claude Bernard -

“The joy of discovery is certainly the liveliest that the mind of man can ever feel”

PUBLICATIONS

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Family Relations.  As part of the Family Relations’ call for COVID-19 related special section manuscripts, we are seeking contributions to these special sections that are related to Implications of COVID19 Pandemic on Families in the Middle East & North Africa. Click here to read the full call for papers. Submission deadline for abstracts: August 10, 2020

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Journal of Child and Family Studies.  We are seeking contributions to these special sections that are related to Implications of COVID19 Pandemic on Childre, Adolescent, Youth, and Women in the Middle East & North Africa. Click here to read the full call for papers. Submission deadline for abstracts: October 15, 2020

Journal of Social Issues.  This call for papers intends to collect empirical and theoretical studies on the social implications of COVID-19 for society, populations, groups, and individuals in the global south. Click here to read the full call for papers. Submission deadline for abstracts: December 1, 2020

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Handbook of Social Transformations in the Middle East and North Africa: Quo-Vadis? This handbook critically examines the current knowledge about the origins, development, functions, and challenges of social transformations in the MENA region. The handbook will discuss state policies that attempt to address the challenges that face societies in the region.

The Future of the Policy Sciences. This book examines the future of public policy both as an intellectual enterprise but also as pedagogy, the teaching and training policy professionals. The book is a critical stocktaking and reflection on the state of policy science, its strengths and weaknesses, and where it may or should be heading in the future.

© 2020. Anis Ben Brik