CALL FOR PAPERS: SPECIAL ISSUE OF SOCIOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT ON GLOBAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT
Submission Deadline: March 31, 2017
Sociology of Development invites papers for a special issue on Global Health and Development. The issue welcomes sociological contributions across thematic foci and analytic approaches. Potential topics could include (but are by no means limited to): comparative analyses of health policies and policymaking, international organizations and health, inequalities in health outcomes, gender, class, race/ethnicity, and health, globalization and health challenges, migration and health in global perspective, and mental health policies and inequalities across the globe. Manuscripts should be approximately 8,000 words in length, including references, tables and figures. For formatting instructions, see: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__socdev.ucpress.edu_content_submit&d=CwIGaQ&c=AGbYxfJbXK67KfXyGqyv2Ejiz41FqQuZFk4A-1IxfAU&r=206SdPG1XaFFqa9Ex7s2bGNLIj-nZ4_zc5-cMwBnvMQ&m=dKj8eVOUxNCZkzHpuKEwwCEbaqDnv2gpKZXLCo39LOE&s=BVTOHTX2uTIG4kF9vE9dpAweXKmltvm–5At9ScZoTk&e= .
The deadline for submissions is March 31, 2017. All manuscripts should be submitted online through the journal’s submission system (https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__mc.manuscriptcentral.com_ucpress-2Dsocdev&d=CwIGaQ&c=AGbYxfJbXK67KfXyGqyv2Ejiz41FqQuZFk4A-1IxfAU&r=206SdPG1XaFFqa9Ex7s2bGNLIj-nZ4_zc5-cMwBnvMQ&m=dKj8eVOUxNCZkzHpuKEwwCEbaqDnv2gpKZXLCo39LOE&s=Eu_6H4mZ854-crka5cVnvNT887cNSqX-RNSo-U9zjVE&e= ). Please clearly state in your cover letter that the manuscript is for consideration in the Global Health and Development special issue. Questions about the special issue can be directed to the guest editor: Shiri Noy, at email@example.com.
Sociology of Development is an international journal addressing issues of development, broadly considered. With basic as well as policy-oriented research, topics explored include economic development and well-being, gender, health, inequality, poverty, environment and sustainability, political economy, conflict, social movements, and more.