Nancy E Hansen, PhD,
Interdisciplinary Master's Program,Disability Studies
Accessibility is not an optics issue or a choice it is a necessity
If you say I have special needs ... then just say the word disabled. Euphemisms only fuel ableism. Disability is not a dirty word. Haben Girma
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Subject: Call for Papers: Public Participation Amidst Hostility: When the Uninvited Shape Matters of Collective Concern (DL Abstracts: 31 December 2023)
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Public Participation Amidst Hostility: When the Uninvited Shape Matters of Collective Concern
Edited by Olga Zvonareva and Claudia Egher
Deadline for Abstracts: 31 December 2023 | Deadline for Articles: 31 July 2024
Social Inclusion, peer-reviewed journal indexed in the Social Sciences Citation Index (Web of Science; Impact Factor: 1.5) and Scopus (CiteScore: 3.0), welcomes new and exciting research papers for its upcoming issue "Public Participation Amidst Hostility: When the Uninvited Shape Matters of Collective Concern," edited by Olga Zvonareva (Maastricht University) and Claudia Egher (Utrecht University).
Practices of participation under adverse circumstances deserve more attention. Besides known and highly visible protest movements, there are also numerous mundane and non-heroic practices undertaken without any overt political motivation. Nonetheless, these practices feed into maintaining, transforming, or disrupting governance arrangements. Yet, these everyday practices are often not recognized as participation because of an established analytical focus on more dialogical and explicit participatory formats.
For this thematic issue, we challenge scholars and researchers to consider, among others, how is participation made possible in situations of hostility: What are the consequences of participatory practices under adverse circumstances? How can we understand and theorize the diversity of forms of participation in contemporary societies? How can we make studies of public participation relevant to the multiple settings where exclusion and animosity to public input exist?
Authors interested in submitting a paper to this issue are encouraged to read the full call for papers here: https://www.cogitatiopress.com/socialinclusion/pages/view/nextissues#PublicParticipation
Abstracts welcome by 31 December 2023.
New issues (open access):
Vol 11, No 3 (2023): Expanding the Boundaries of Digital Inclusion: Perspectives From Network Peripheries and Non-Adopters
Vol 11, No 3 (2023): In/Exclusive Cities: Insights From a Social Work Perspective
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