The International Journal of Social Quality
(formerly The European Journal of Social Quality)
Aims & Scope
Editor: Ka Lin, Zhejiang University
Published in partnership with Zhejiang University and the European Foundation on Social Quality
The International Journal of Social Quality is a peer reviewed, scholarly journal which has a primary focus on the interpretation of social quality through a wide range of disciplines, including social policy, economics, sociology, law and legal studies, philosophy, political science, geography, health sciences, and public administration. The journal seeks to create a forum for scientists, researchers, policy makers, and practitioners to discuss issues related to social quality based on qualitative and quantitative methods, normative debate and action-oriented case studies. The journal discusses issues such as the quality of life, social capital, human security, the capability approach, and the human development or social harmony approach. Special attention is given to global sustainability challenges addressed from the social quality and human security approach.
International Journal of Social Quality is published twice a year in Summer and Winter.
Volume 2, Issue 2
Samantha B Meyer, Paul Ward, and Raymond K H Chan
Investigating Australians’ Trust: Findings from a National Survey
Samantha B Meyer, Tini C N Luong, Paul R Ward, George Tsourtos, and Tiffany K Gill
Social Capital and Civic Engagement in Urban China
Kang Hu and Raymond K H Chan
Social Exclusion Experiences of Atypical Workers: A Case Study of Taipei
Fen-ling Chen and Shih-Jiunn Shi
Social Inclusion in Southern Border Provinces of Thailand
Trust and Social Cohesion, the Key to Reconcile Thailand Future
Thawilwadee Bureekul and Stithorn Thananithichot
Can Information and Communications Technology Enhance Social Quality?