Reviews

Socialist Studies

Socialist Studies/Études socialistes (SSES) is an interdisciplinary journal whose focus is on the scholarly depiction and analysis of economic, political, and social injustice as well as systems of liberation, struggle, and transformation. Although the title is bilingual, articles appear in English. The editors seek material from as wide a range of subjects as possible, and articles from several recent… [Read more]

Audience: Academic, Special Adult


Res Cogitans: Journal of Philosophy

Res Cogitans is based at the University of Southern Denmark, Odense. Its goal is to provide “a forum for philosophical discussion at a high level, but does not require any specific methodology or philosophical orientation,” and the editors may accept submissions in related disciplines, including artificial intelligence, cultural studies, the history of science, linguistics, literary theory, psychology, religion, sociology,… [Read more]

Audience: Academic, Special Adult


Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries

The Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries (QQML) website states that it is “an international scientific on-line open accessed peer-reviewed journal, which publishes scientific papers on diverse topics on Library and Information Science research. The scope of the journal is to publish contemporary and quality research, including theoretical research papers and applications.” The About paragraph concludes, “QQML e-journal as… [Read more]

Audience: Academic, Special Adult


P 3 T: Journal of Public Policies and Territory

According to its website, P3T “aims to be means [sic] for research, reflection and discussion about the relation between public policy and territories. The scope of the review is mainly concerned with the territory not only as a physical space but also as the place where human interaction take place and where the economic, social and cultural interests become… [Read more]

Audience: Academic, Special Adult


Open Praxis

Published quarterly, Open Praxis focuses on scholarly and innovative research in open, distance, and flexible education. It aims to provide a global forum for discussion and collaboration in distance and e-learning, with articles offering the results of research, surveys, discussions of new technologies, and related topics. Each issue is created around an individual theme.

The most current issue, Volume… [Read more]

Audience: Academic, Special Adult


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