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It’s not just about medicine: the Social Sciences in the face of pandemics
From their own vantage point, medical professionals appear as the great voices that speak about diseases and pandemics. Without disqualifying that space, The International Social Sciences Review proposes a monographic number
From their own vantage point, medical professionals appear as the great voices that speak about diseases and pandemics. Without disqualifying that space, The International Social Sciences Review proposes a monographic number with reflections and debates from History, Economics, Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, Politics, around pandemic contexts.
Although the COVID-19 outbreak is the basis of our efforts, this issue, referring to Volume 3, to be published in spring 2021, welcomes quantitative or qualitative analyzes of the impact of this and other pandemics. Emphasizing collective and individual health and its social, psychological, and cultural repercussions, from diverse and broad theoretical perspectives, and applicable to different segments of humanity. Without being limited to them, the main thematic areas will be the following:
- Bodies, Territories, and Spaces
- Social Economy and Economic Modes of Production
- Human Rights
- Virtual Education
- Emotions and Subjectivities
- Social Relations and Lifestyles
- Public and Health Policies.
Article categories: original articles, review, reflection, opinion, and experience report.
Interested audience: researchers and professors from the humanities, social sciences, communications, and related areas.
Deadline: December 15, 2020.
Evaluation result: during the month of January 2021.
Articles language: English
Authors can view submission guidelines and recommendations at this link: https://journals.eagora.org/SOCIALrev/about/submissions
- All published articles will have a DOI (Digital Object Identifier).
- During the submission, the Editor must be informed that the article is for the monographic number.
- Articles approved, but not selected, for the monographic issue can be published in the current issues of the Journal, provided that the authors express interest at the time of submission.