Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology
Three generations of data show that siblings’ legal offenses contribute a unique risk in addition to parents’ and grandparents’ offenses.
A critical analysis of philanthrocapitalism, in which the act of helping a fellow human being is transformed into a shopping-like experience.
Asia Pacific Education Review
Interesting educational article on parental involvement in China.
Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine
Reflecting recent developments in international brain science, the OECD has praised this paper as paving the way for an international discourse on developing globally relevant (neuro)ethics.
Today’s world is characterized by so many absences: species depletion, extinctions, and disappearances. The article will help readers understand what is involved in the perception of absence.
The Journal of Chinese Sociology
This article provides a new perspective on the fascinating world of consumption on the part of Chinese young people. Drawing on ethnographic research and interviews with two different socioeconomic cohorts the author addresses the larger sociological issue of class formation in the contemporary Chinese context. A must-read to understand the latest consumption trends in China’s rapidly changing society.
European Journal of Psychology of Education
We need to pay more attention to providing education for those living in difficult conditions.
A revealing paper on transnational realities in African cities, so evident among Somali migrants and asylum seekers coping with the challenges of resettlement in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Chinese Political Science Review
This paper reviews the competing guiding principles that govern the global cyberspace.
International Journal for Educational Integrity
Integrity beyond the classroom: Universities can and should lead the way.
International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education
Unequal access to internet technology is still prevalent among the world’s most vulnerable populations. Seeking to remedy this injustice, this article discusses the implementation of an online pilot program that provided tertiary education for refugees in Africa and the Middle East.
Makes an unprecedented contribution to our understanding of the drop in domestic burglary using an exemplary methodology.
Asian-Pacific Journal of Second and Foreign Language Education
Must-read advice for researchers in the fields of linguistics and language learning on how to integrate different aspects and dimensions of language learning and teaching into a unified ecological system.
International Journal of Child Care and Education Policy
An essential case report for early childhood educators and policy-makers on reforming preschool education.
A crucial article that identifies “paradigm instability” in current cancer research, and outlines a way to move forward.
NanoEthics. Studies of New and Emerging Technologies
A thought-provoking piece by the pioneer of the “visioneering” concept on how technological elites are shaping the future, and the downsides of this trend.
Sex Roles: A Journal of Research
With the global #MeTooMovement, women’s marches, and other forms of women’s activism, men’s, along with women’s, support for gender activism is crucial. Harnois’ findings highlight concrete ideas for enlisting men in these global movements for social justice and change.
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior
Cultural and gender differences in the display of facial expressions like smiling & brow furrowing.
Dispels gender prejudices concerning the Old English word _mann_ and reveals deep-rooted male/female clashes in the history of English.
Global Social Welfare
People in low-resource contexts can still have savings!! A classical experiment for researchers interested in economic empowerment using Child Development Accounts.
The regulation of international migration is one of the greatest political challenges in today’s world. Fears of perceived “flows of migrants” have led western governments to adopt increasingly restrictive migration regulation policies, including repatriation. This paper addresses the limitations of such policies.
Given the pervasive fears regarding Islam in the contemporary world, this paper offers a way to see Islam in a different light. More information can help people attain a clearer understanding of the second largest religion in the world.
The Journal of Ethics
This article addresses the most important issue currently facing US colleges and universities: the loss of academic freedom. Further, it offers a solution to the problem.
A riveting and timely exploration of the impacts of state terror and current immigration politics in the United States.
Bandung: Journal of the Global South
Embracing Open Science for a better, braver new world for the Global South. Isn’t it a wonderful idea and agenda for global transformation?
By examining one of the most contentious geo-political relations in East Asia – that between China and North Korea – this article captures the key aspects of regional stability and security that could potentially affect everyone in this region.
Crime prevention and community safety
One of the first articles attempting to assess women’s door-to-door safety. This study paved the way for an ongoing global inventory of safety among college students in 18 cities and on all continents. This is particularly important, since women are overrepresented among the so- called “transit riders,” whose only transport option is public transportation.
Social Psychology of Education
Teacher motivation is the core of effective schools. This article has international policy relevance for achieving a more educated world.
A must-read! A compelling call for policymakers to invest in quality pre-primary education, critical to improving the Foundational First Five years.
Human-induced environmental change can both drive and constrain long-term socio-political developments.
Why do minorities tend to suffer at the hands of majorities?
Journal of Consumer Policy
Important new insight into why people choose not to make profitable energy renovations, which has consequences for energy consumption and global warming alike.
Studies in Philosophy and Education
This paper has an impressive acceptance rate, and is sure to reach the widest audience in terms of sparking interest.
International Review of Education - Journal of Lifelong Learning
This article addresses one of the most pressing educational challenges of our time: how to include and integrate migrants and refugees into their host countries.
The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher
An empirical test of the TPCK model to support its validity in the context of educational practice.
International Journal of Early Childhood
Researchers and professionals in Early Childhood Education are encouraged to take a “big picture” perspective and examine ECE systems in order to address significant global issues.
Journal of Science Education and Technology
This paper demonstrates the power of passion, commitment and community to change the world by addressing the persistent issue of underrepresentation in STEM.
Journal of Happiness Studies
Through a cross-national and longitudinal study design, the paper reveals that immigrants’ well-being is more dependent on social and community attitudes than on economic and legal provisions.
International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education
Insightful advice for educators on how to prepare students for the future.
Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences
In our rapidly changing world, we face the serious challenges and dangers of global failures. This article addresses the most significant and urgent priorities in global governance, develops a new design and mechanism, and explores the effects of the change on global development and the global economic system.