Information, Society & Justice

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Information, Society & Justice

http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/depts/fssh/applied-social-sciences/research/i...

Information Society and Justice (ISJ) is a biannual peer-review
journal based in the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences (DASS) at the
London Metropolitan University.

The journal is governed by an Editorial Board drawn from UK and
overseas. It seeks to provide a proactive space for critical
discussion of the issues around information, society and justice. It

focuses on a diverse range of issues including - but not limited to -
development, equality, human rights, inclusion, justice, liberation
and democracy.

ISJ publishes original research, including work in progress. It also
publishes debates, reflections, book/film reviews, reports and
briefings on varied issues and from and diverse range of

institutions and individuals. It is not limited to any one
disciplinary perspective and will accept contributions from academics,
policy practitioners and activists. Submissions should be clearly

written and devoid of discriminatory language.

Each issue of ISJ contains a combination of articles, debates,
reflections, briefings and book/film reviews. Articles are extended
work seeking to engage intellectual theory and/or policy

discourses; they are often informed by empirical evidence. Debates and
Reflections are shorter pieces dealing with controversial issues, and
seeking to provoke or compound existing

paradigms and debates. Briefings cover topical and informative matters
which deserve to be placed in the public domain. ISJ also carries
Think pieces - such as poetry and fiction - in so far as

they provoke, engage or promote intellectual and policy debates in
themes of relevance to the Journal.

E-ISSN: 1756-1078

Contact: Dr. Usman Tar

E-mail: usmantar@ukh.ac / usmantar1@gmail.com

Subject: Development, Equality, Human Rights, Inclusion, Justice,
Liberation, Democracy, Applied Social Sciences

Date Posted: 17th December, 2012

E-ISSN: 
1756-1078
Original posting date: 
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
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