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Subject: Fwd: Vulnerable Groups & Inclusion
From: Jan Szczepanski <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:BIBLIST - Topics in Nordic research library user services <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Sat, 6 Aug 2011 20:25:24 +0200

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From: News of New Electronic Journals <[log in to unmask]>
Date: 2011/8/4
Subject: Vulnerable Groups & Inclusion
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Vulnerable Groups & Inclusion

Publisher: Co-Action Publishing

Vulnerable Groups & Inclusion is an international peer reviewed Open
Access journal that addresses research on risk groups and

In response to the late modern interest in understanding and
explaining risk evaluation among people, Vulnerable Groups & Inclusion
aims to increase and collate scientific knowledge regarding the
processes behind the inclusion of people who are either at risk of
becoming marginalized or who are already marginalized (e.g. due to
health, in working life, socially, as citizens, in public life, etc.).

Recognizing that marginalization can be based on different factors or
an interplay among factors - such as in the case of social
inequalities in health, disability or illness, with gender, age and
ethnicity - investigations into the empirical challenges found among
marginalized groups with respect to their participation in working
life and society in general are also relevant in this context.

The journal welcomes research from across disciplines and subject
matter, including health care sciences, rehabilitation science, public
health, social work, philosophy, sociology, psychology, history,
disability research, gender studies, gerontology, research on
indigenous populations, migration studies, law, legal sociology, etc.

Qualitative as well as quantitative studies are welcome, just as
theoretical and methodological studies and case reports. The editors
are particularly interested in stimulating the publication of research
results from different countries and on different topics of inclusion
related to a global perspective.

ISSN 2000-8023

Manuscript submission via online system.

Principal Contact:

Bodil Landstad
Department of Rehabilitation Science
Vulnerable Groups & Inclusion
Department of Rehabilitation Science
Mid Sweden University
SE-831 25 Östersund

Email: [log in to unmask]

Abstracts available online. Articles available in HTML, XML, EPub and
PDF format.

Current Issue: Vol 2 (2011)

Jan Szczepanski
F.d. Förste bibliotekarie och Chef för Avdelningen för humaniora
vid Göteborgs Universitetsbibliotek
E-post: [log in to unmask]

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