September 1, 2011

Arien Mack, Editor 

Assumptions about the "normal," "healthy," and "acceptable" body lead to policies around the world that are unjust. Papers in these two issues examine the body as an international human rights arena in which competing forces—including religion, scien...

July 1, 2011

Arien Mack, Editor

Assumptions about the "normal," "healthy," and "acceptable" body lead to policies around the world that are unjust. Papers in these two issues examine the body as an international human rights arena in which competing forces—including religion, scienc...

April 1, 2011

Arjun Appadurai, Guest Editor 

Arien Mack, Journal Editor 

This issue on India is part of our ongoing series devoted to countries in transition. Expertly guest edited by Arjun Appadurai, the essays in this special issue cast light on the paradox of freedom without equity...

October 1, 2010

Arien Mack, Editor 

How do the US government and other political and cultural institutions restrict, facilitate, or otherwise affect the flow of information? What limits safeguard our democracy and what limits erode it?

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John Clegg

Endangered Scholars Worl...

July 1, 2010

Arien Mack, Editor 

This issue's multidisciplinary collection of essays and articles on happiness adds new perspectives to a subject that might at first blush seem familiar.

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John Clegg

Endangered Scholars Worldwide

Information current, to the best of our k...

January 1, 2007

Arien Mack, Editor

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Arien Mack 

Editor’s Introduction 

This volume of Social Research follows on the heels of an issue that shares its focus, but with one difference. The earlier issue, “Politics and Science: How Their Interplay Results in Public Policy”...

October 1, 2006

Arien Mack, Editor

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Arien Mack

Editor’s Introduction

Current events seem designed to make the subjects of “Politics and Science” increasingly relevant to what is going on between scientists, policymakers, and government officials. The initial idea for thi...

October 1, 2005

Ahmed Bawa, Guest Coeditor

Arien Mack, Journal Editor

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Arien Mack  
Editor's Introduction

In the eleventh issue in the series of “Transitions,” we turn our attention to the transition to democracy that followed the collapse of the apartheid region in South...

April 1, 2005

Gerald Holton, Guest Editor

Arien Mack, Editor

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Gerald Holton

Guest Editor’s Introduction

At first blush, “science” and “error” seem to be polar opposites—the one a heroic pursuit of provable and widely sharable truths, the other a miserable exemplar of hum...

January 1, 2005

Arien Mack, Editor

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Arien Mack 

Editor’s Introduction 

This issue is devoted to the papers from the thirteenth Social Research conference, which was held at The New School in February 2004. The decision to organize the conference, “Fear: Its Political Us...

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