Si è aperta una call for papers per uno Special Issue di “European Societies” dal titolo “Understanding Ukrainian Society Before and After the Russian Invasion”, curato da Tamara Martsenyuk (NationalUniversityofKyiv-MohylaAcademy) e Tymofii Brik (KyivSchoolofEconomics).
“The resistance of Ukraine against the Russian invasion has surprised politicians, scholars, pundits, and public intellectuals in many countries. The sociological scholarship was not prepared to address and explain this resistance. Ukrainian society has been understudied and underrepresented in mainstream sociological scholarship. Yet, local studies have shown that Ukrainian society has changed significantly after the Euromaidan protests of 2013–14 (also known as the Revolution of Dignity) and after Russia’s annexation of Crimea and part of Donbas in 2014. The outbreak of war in 2014 caused numerous deaths among armed forces and civilians, while internally displacing millions of Ukrainians. These tragic events also forged a new civil society, reshaped government, and increased the professionalism of the military. A new wave of volunteers and NGOs profoundly shaped individual participation in social and political spheres. A number of crucial reforms were implemented in different spheres: education, health, public procurement, armed forces, governance, etc.
We consider manuscripts that come in one of three forms:
1.Short research articles of 3,000–4,000 words based on most recent data.
2.Longer articles (4,000–10,000 words) based on empirical and/or theoretical work.
3.Commentaries and short opinion pieces of 1,000–2,000 words.
Please send an abstract of 500–1,500 words (or your full manuscript if already available), outlining the manuscript’s contents, including its methodology, data to be used, and fit with this special issue, alongside a 50-word author biographical statement, to firstname.lastname@example.org.The timeline is as follows: We will consider abstracts until July 31, 2022 on a rolling basis. Authors who are invited to submit a full manuscript must do so by September 30, 2022. Articles will be published on-line in December 2022 at the latest. Authors submitting a manuscript to the special issue must confirm that their manuscript is not under review at another journal. Authors of selected manuscripts will be invited to participate in an on-line conference on the topic of the special issue in late 2022″.
Per maggiori informazioni si veda:EUROPAN SOCIETIS: special issue on“Understanding Ukrainian Society Before and After the Russian Invasion”