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The Cambridge Scholars Publishing ‘Social Sciences’ department contains a vibrant collection of interdisciplinary scholarship, which incorporates insights from Sociology, Economics, Anthropology, Psychology and Political Science, as well as newer disciplines such as Social Neuroscience, Behavioural Economics, and Evolutionary Psychology. Our studies in Social Sciences are of interest to academics and practitioners alike, providing leading edge research, which reflects the breadth and complexity of our 21st century society, and offers practical insight to inform policymakers and enhance real-world implementation.

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Young Children as Active C...

Young Children as Citizens explores how young children (birth to 12 years of age) can and should participate in civic life. It reflects new images of young children as social actors, together with the increased interest in children's rights in the public sphere. The contributors are early childhood researchers, pedagogues, children...
£39.99

Youth and the Labour Marke...

In order to improve the quality and efficiency of youth employment, this book examines the cases of the Romanian labour market and of youth employment performance. Recent developments in the labour market participation of young people indicate an accentuation of labour market segmentation and a decrease in job security for young pe...
£54.99

Youth Unemployment and Job...

Youth unemployment and joblessness are major issues for national governments and international organizations across the globe. In this respect, the school-to-work transition challenge is increasingly raising the interest of companies, education and training institutions, families and young people themselves, who are often involved ...
£49.99

Zambia Social Science Jour...

This issue of the Zambia Social Science Journal looks at a number of pressing issues focusing on different parts of the Southern African sub-region. In “Estimating the Impact of Food, Fuel, and Financial Crises on Zambian Households,” Neil McCulloch and Amit Grover combine national household survey data from Zambia in 2006 with det...
£19.99

Zambia Social Science Jour...

This issue of the Zambia Social Science Journal examines educational and economic issues in Sudan and South Sudan, Uganda, and Tanzania. In the first article, Bruno Yawe looks at the technical efficiency of Uganda’s primary schools over period from 1995 to 2009. The study focuses on immediate education outputs, demonstrating that U...
£24.99
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