Series Aim The aim of the book series on Southern European Societies is to conduct research in social dynamics, social problems, institutions and governance in the South of Europe. The books are intended to be authoritative projects addressing major social issues, not only in academic terms, but also to inform public policies at both a European level and national level. Each book in the series will appeal to a broad international audience, and the series editors particularly welcome projects with a comparative element. Each book will include a collection of state-of-the-art analyses and applied research into the social problems and dynamics of southern European countries and the neighbouring areas. Comparative research between regions and countries of the South of Europe and other areas of Europe, the north of Africa and the Middle East is also welcome depending on the relevance for the topics under study. Topics Covered The main topics will be related to social problems of common interest for several countries of southern Europe and other areas. The Series Editors welcome submissions on topics such as: social welfare, work and employment, migrations, education, science and innovation, political participation, gender and youth, inequalities and social exclusion, EU integration and convergence, European identities, social relationships, institutions and policies, among other key topics. The topics will be grounded mainly in sociological perspectives defined from a broad point of view, including any kind of theoretical or methodological approach that is relevant for addressing a specific issue. The book series will be open to interdisciplinary approaches and collaboration with related social sciences such as education, anthropology, social policy and others. Length The books are expected to be of between 80,000 and 100,000 words, including figures and references. The series editors welcome proposals for both authored and edited works. Network support The book series is supported by the active collaboration of RESU (The Network of Sociology Associations of Countries of the South of Europe) and the ESA Research Network on “Southern European Societies”. Further information Please contact the Commissioning Editor Harry Fabian [email protected]
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