The International Journal of Social Quality (formerly the European Journal of Social Quality) is a peer reviewed, scholarly journal which has a primary focus on the interpretation of social quality through a wide range of disciplines, including social policy, economics, sociology, law and legal studies, philosophy, political science, geography, health sciences, and public administration.
Volume 1, Number 2 focusses on migration.
Contents of Vol. 1(2)
Social Quality Research in a Globalized World: An Introduction
Authors: Lin, Ka; Gasper, Des; van der Maesen, Laurent J.G.
Critical Engagements of NGOs for Global Human Rights Protection: A New Epoch of Cosmopolitanism for Larger Freedom?
Author: Lai, On-Kwok
Good Governance, Social Quality, and Active Citizenship: Gawad Kalinga in the Philippines
Authors: Brillantes Jr, Alex B.; Fernandez, Maricel T.
Workplace Innovation, Social Innovation, and Social Quality
Authors: Oeij, Peter R.A.; Dhondt, Steven; Korver, Ton
En-Gendering Insecurities: The Case of the Migration Policy Regime in Thailand
Author: Doneys, Philippe
The Theatre of Human Trafficking: A Global Discourse on Lao Stages
Author: Huijsmans, Roy
Exploring the Relevance of Fraser’s Ethical-Political Framework of Justice to the Analysis of Inequalities Faced by Migrant Workers
Author: Fernandez, Bina