IJSQ 9(2) released with full access

Volume 9(2) of the International Journal of Social Quality has been digitally released. All content has been made freely accessible through June 30 by Berghahn Journals.

The articles in this issue are highly varied; from public health and discrimiation, the need of careful assesment of geoengineering ideas, to an analysis of how seemingly universal terms in the scientific discourse can have different interpretations depending on locality and background, and the search for a truly global human rights agenda.

View the contents of the journal and of earlier issues.

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