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Series: Social Sciences

Cambridge Scholars Publishing's social sciences series present ground breaking research from centres of excellence including the Center for Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Disasters (CRSCAD) at the University of Massachusetts Boston, USA and the Copernicus Graduate School, a modern, international and interdisciplinary young scientists network. The monographs and edited volumes within the social sciences series offer essential theoretical and applied perspectives which will be of interest to scholars, classrooms, practitioners, activists, and policymakers. To propose a new volume within an existing series, or a new series, please contact Camilla Harding, Commissioning Editor, at

Copernicus Graduate School Studies (CGS Studies)

CGS Studies is a series of scientific books which are the output of the work of the Copernicus Graduate School. CGS is modern, international and interdisciplinary young scientists network, who work under the guidance of internationally acknowledged fellows.
The books do not provide fixed interpretation patterns. The aim of the editors and authors, as well as the main objective of the volumes, is to refresh and stimulate the discussion together with pointing out exemplary fields of research which bring interesting explanations and impulses to the formulation of innovative research questions ...

New Horizon

We delve into the conditions and needs natural of man from a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary point of view to get "respect" the man as he deserves and allow this "develop" as the potentiality. We think that the current university research must have its autonomy and initiative per se, and it must break new grounds in order to look for progress to society. However we argue that there are realities, as is it the Man, on which we must continue to deepen and not apparently they have a direct monetary benefit in which is at stake is much more important, because precisely in the investigation of this matter ...

Pacific Focus

Launched in 2006, the Pacific Focus Series fills a gap in the literature of the contemporary Pacific from the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. The study of the Pacific Islands is often marginalised in global academia for being too small, too scattered and too far away from the centres of metropolitan power, teaching and research. This series deliberately focuses attention on the peoples, cultures and histories of the Pacific Islands, or Oceania. It privileges indigenous perspectives and also remains alert to global contexts. The authors are established in their respective fields; to date thes...
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