This special issue is a call to Indigenous authors with an aim to guide meeting points between Indigenous knowledges and sociological approaches.
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This special issue is a call to Indigenous authors with an aim to guide meeting points between Indigenous knowledges and sociological approaches.
This special issue is a call to action for clinical neuropsychologists to promote the brain health and well-being of Black Americans.
This special issue focuses on the topic of widowhood. We are seeking essays and personal letters on the topic as well as research projects.
This SI focuses on Material Science Engineering and Advanced Materials with the theme of “Material Science of today is the innovation of tomorrow”.
This SI focuses on topics of Nano Material Science Engineering, processing with the theme of “Material Science of today is the innovation of tomorrow”.
This special issue looks to highlight the place and value of history in productive policy making as well as in social and public health interventions.
This SI focuses on cognitive robotics and its frontiers, emphasizing the symbol emergence, cognitive development and language learning in robotics.
The special issue will focus on the representations of disasters in contemporary South Asian literature, culture, and film.
This special issue focuses on topics of material Science and Engineering field with the theme of “Material Science of today is the innovation of tomorrow”.
This special issue explores the learning process during the pandemic situations and computer vision and visual analytics in the today's technological world.
This special issue focuses on novel research related to artificial intelligence through technology, innovation, and advancement.
The special issue will on the explore the digital transformation on firms and innovation and changes the Covid-19 pandemic is having on its unfolding.
This special issue calls for research related to marketing and strategic management that would help SMEs to survive and grow in this competitive era.
This special edition of the journal will examine the emerging practice of sustainability and ecological thinking in scenography.
This SI welcomes papers that expand the theoretical and empirical understanding of Asian media freedom’s “challenges from below”.
This special issue will explore advancements in the revolutionary field of organoid research as well as challenges that come with such a subject.
This SI will highlight experiences and insights from communicating evaluating predictive, statistical, and machine learning models in policy settings.
This SI examines the role of the arts and culture as a contributor to social justice efforts as inequity and social unrest in democracies continues to grow.
This special issue provides platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to discuss the most recent innovations and trends as well as challenges.
This special issue addresses education beyond conflict resolution in diverse societies and relationships of conviviality with the production.
This special issue focuses on the novel research related to intelligent system through artificial intelligence, technology, innovation, and advancement.
This special issue addresses the challenges of mathematical model, machine learning techniques, development of robot& humanoids, AI based algorithms etc.
Accepting research that addresses the challenges of mathematical model, machine learning techniques and development of robot & humanoids.
This special issue explores future space projects that will require space AI and robotics technology to construct, repair and maintain satellites in orbit.
This special issue invites scholars to discuss best practices of analyses while implementing open-science principles for the study of online news.
Addresses policymakers, regulators, financial institutions and investors on the EU Taxonomy and its implementation, use and implications.
This special issue spotlights consumption practices that are implemented in everyday life, in relation to the pursuit of happiness.
This special issue focuses on building a evidence base for legal admissibility considerations regarding commonly-used psychological assessment instruments.
This call for papers is designed to provide best practices for multi-faceted geography learning with examples for deep online instruction.
Analysis of data to understand racial injustice, promotion of racial harmony, and scientific contributions by black statisticians and data scientists.
The special issue focuses on big data approach and challenges in smart city, infrastructure, construction, environmental and global development challenges.
This special issue addresses real-time operation, fault tolerance in analyzing the working mechanisms of models, finding real-time results.
This special issue aims to advance women’s entrepreneurship in Canada, and to examine how best to support women entrepreneurs.
The special issue will address the impact of coastal development on ecosystems, sustainable coastal management, and coastal monitoring and observations.
This special issue aims to explore art therapy education that advances the field forward in both contemporary Canada and international spheres.
This special issue aims to address the importance, challenges, and possibilities of art therapy that can engage with social justice movements.
This special issue will explore the assessment and diagnosis of ASD and related clinical decision making in neuropsychological practice.
This special issue will explore the social, cultural and political impact of crime and victimization among the LBGTQ+ community.
inThis special issue aims to explore research on COVID-19 and transportation from around the world, creating a series of documented lessons learned
This special issue addresses key themes of the Oil Prices-Macroeconomy-Energy-Environment Nexus in the Era of Globalization.
This special issue will focus upon race/ethnicity issues in sport in the face of several overlapping crises: black lives matter movement and COVID-19.
This special issue aims to explore communications and media-related phenomena pertaining to the Anti-Extradition Law incident in Hong Kong in 2019.
This special issue aims to explore perspectives on Indian textile traditions and how they've been affected by recent crises.
This special issue aims to explore the ways entrepreneurial conversations, projects, and provocations are enabled through design.
This SI aims to reflect on how the crises of 2020 have caused us to re-evaluate children, adolescents, and media research, pedagogy, and production.
This special issue aims to make a significant contribution to the topic of luxury customer experience and the luxury market.
This special issue will focus on how Paulo Freire’s work continues to reinvent education worldwide and how scholars continue to reinvent his work.
This special issue examines smart technologies for a sustainable future including energy efficiency and environmental impacts.
The special issue aims to explore digital journalism in various contexts and across them, discussing challenges in comparative digital journalism.
This special issue from Journal of Immunoassay and Immunochemistry aims to explore all aspects of immune response to viral infection.
The special issue explores topics related to human-robot interactive communication, involving theories, methodologies, technologies, and more.
This special issue aims to explore research, case studies, and policy commentaries to improve health equities through workplace systems.
The special issue aims to demonstrate the diversity of internationalization of higher education in a changing global, regional and local dynamics.
This special issue addresses research studies dealing with technical and organizational cyber security challenges that we faced during COVID-19 era.
This special issue aims to collect original papers on modeling and control methods/tools for supporting model- and data-driven design.
This special issue from Computer Science Education aims to explore replication studies in any area of Computer Science education
This special issue from Nordic Journal of Music Therapy will focus on research and practice-based articles related to online delivery of music therapy.
This special issue from World Archaeology invites papers grappling with processes of becoming on any spatial or time scale in archaeology.
This special issue aims to illuminate the role, process and consequences of NFR regulation in a developed or developing country.
This SI aims to highlight the recent progress that has been made in the application of remotely sensed big data to studies of the oceans and polar regions.
This special issue examines the coastal disasters induced by tropical cyclones through detailed analysis and investigations of recent events.
This special issue aims to bring together current research on the wide ranging impacts, both positive and negative, of COVID-19 on the natural environment.
For ergonomics and human factors practitioners, this SI is an opportunity to share your best practices and lessons learned through publishing a case study.
Social science research to understand and solve the COVID-19 pandemic. Political science is no exception – this special issue explores how.
Properties of measures of psychological constructs of relevance for understanding varied psychological phenomena involving military populations.
This special issue examines how brands can survive the pandemic and inspire consumers while helping the world through the COVID-19 crisis.
Political and cultural project to resist structural socio-environmental injustices and move toward empowering and regenerative futures.
This special issue aims to explpre the new 4Es (engagement, empathy, equity, and ethics) in times of growing uncertainty.
This Special Issue offers an in-depth understanding of the critical societal consequences of socioeconomic shocks in the Global South.
Racialized decifict views in education through empirical accounts that embrace the strengths and creativity of learners from nondominant communities
The aim of this special issue is to explore advancements in understanding and managing problems related to pedestrian group dynamics.
This special issue aims to explore research on security challenges in AI applications in Internet of Things (IoT) and related areas.
This special issues aims to advance insight into the complex array of phenomena that are called "empathy," via innovations in theory and empirical research.
Particular contexts, material conditions, and individuals that have enabled authors, texts, and performance traditions to travel through translation.
It is easy to describe how dancing reflects thinking. This issue offers a chance to better describe how dancing is thinking.
This special issue aims to collect contributions that discuss public sphere dynamics and functioning in a situation of societal lockdown.
This special issue explores the relationship between literature examining the vital and particular force of women in the creative sphere.
This special issue calls for papers that can offer transformative solutions, moving forward, by rethinking and redeveloping tourism for the new normal.
Narrative production research that is concerned with how psychology can bring about social change in the form of emancipation and social justice.
Submit brief abstracts to the Journal by October 1 for inclusion in special issue on housing stability with a focus on homelessness and eviction prevention.
This special issue from Cogent aims to explore the production and application of biochar to underpin sustainable development goals.
This special issue aims to publish short "Reflections" on food and the pandemic such as exploring food chains, cooking at home, and more.
This special issue from International Journal of Green Energy is devoted to recent progress in the development of PEM fuel cell.
The MENA region is an area that needs attention when it comes to scholarship pertaining to its business history. This special issue aims to fill this gap.
This SI aims to analyse the issues and policy responses to address the social, organisational and institutional aspects of work for the post COVID-19 world.
This SI aims to explore Mongolia's pastoral economy and contemporary government policy in context of the drastic changes over the last quarter of a century.
This special issue considers how to conceptualize and situate innovation within an increasingly complex news environment.
This special issue aims to highlight the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on family communication as well as on teaching, research, and practice.
This special issue seeks to bring scholars, activists, allies, and artists together to (re)imagine research and activism in sexuality, health & rights.
This special issue from Journal of Sustainable Tourism aims to explore novel perspectives which investigate economic issues.
This special issue aims to explore the role of the media in legitimacy issues that social actors and institutions face over their responses to COVID-19.
A call for both individual papers and special issue/forum proposals at the intersection of race and security.
This special issue aims to highlight what we have learned about the psychology of narratives since the “narrative turn” that occurred several decades ago.
This special issue aims to radically challenge, debate, restart, revision, and repurpose the operation of tourism and how we teach tourism.
This Special Issue from Educational Research and Evaluation provides an outlet for the publication of replication studies and/or methodological pieces.
investigating the relationships between risk perception and communication of hazards in superdiverse and linguistically complex societies.
This special issue aims to explore recent development in plastic waste management and scientific understanding of marine plastic pollution.
enhancing the practice of education, training and performance of dance artists for health, well-being and longevity in the profession.
timber architecture as simultaneously cultural artefact, material commodity, environmental resource, and structural element.
The SI explore the new possibility of AI based advanced computational technology for the sustainable development of post pandemic world.
How do pandemics challenge and broaden understandings of how societies deal with dying, death, the dead, and bereavement and commemoration?
This issue aims to explore the intersections of domestic lives and land use histories in tropical environments with reference social complexity.
This SI aims to showcase papers, studies, and projects that examine the ways in which mediated communication affects how understanding is achieved.
This special issue aims to explore geomatics tools, such as geospatial information, positioning and navigation, remote sensing, mapping systems, and drones.
In this issue, we ask how police have been ideologically inspired, tactically reoriented, and technologically retrofitted by counterinsurgency campaigns.
This special issue seeks analyses that take specific account of cultural and political features of social behaviour and its effects.
This special issue from Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research is dedicated to the analysis of the evolution of online education.
multi-generation technologies based on traditional and renewable prime movers for improving energy efficiency and economic and environmental benefits.
industry in which harassment, bullying and substance abuse are rampant. These papers will explore the topic of toxic restaurant culture.
Please share your research which provides insights into the data driven practices to derive effective solutions to business problems and decision-making.
theoretical and empirical approaches to social identity, particularly given that this identity is frequently overlooked or viewed as inherently negative.
This special issue aims to explore the role of technology and innovation in providing solutions to challenges posed by COVID-19.
This special issue seeks scholarship exploring music as a resistant, countercultural, or revolutionary medium in American cultural history.
This special issue turns to the past to explore how the challenge of infectious diseases in other times has been constructed in the context of planning.
Announcing the inaugural Global Food History Prize for an Emerging Food Historian, with publication in the journal, pending successful reviews and revisions, and $100 in cash.
This special issue from 2019 Impact Factor1.184Energy Sources, Part A aims to explore the impacts of COVID-19 and its effects on Environment and Energy.
The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted particular issues for our community and vision for the future for embodied psychotherapies in the digital age.
This issue will focus on fat and food justice in the past, present, and future to ask how fat/ness pushes boundaries in the thinking and movement(s).
This special issue will address the concept of Jews, Race and Fatness focusing on gender and sexuality and using historical, ethnographic and auto-ethnographic approaches.
This SI focuses on research that sheds light on how lesbians in Asia negotiate their partnership in relation to their family of origin and kin network.
Is lesbian identity obsolete? We pose this provocation in order to think through what has changed and what remains the same about lesbian identities.
The Journal of Lesbian Studies is devoting a thematic issue to challenges and dilemmas in writing and publishing about lesbian studies.
The aim of this special issue is to present empirical and theoretical studies on the writing assessment of young children.
This special issue addresses consumer experiences in a new environmdng and how does consumer interact with brands in this era.
This special issue is related to pastoral theological reflections on the COVID-19 global pandemic and the concurrent Black Lives Matter movement.
This special issue creates a space for scholarship addressing a broad range of issues relevant to advancing equity and social justice in school psychology.
This special issue aims to advance science, practice, and policy related to suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention.
This SI provides a space for solution and strengths-based research on Black males, focusing on social, behavioral, emotional, academic development.
Scholarship that considers the next frontier of school psychology in our rapidly changing cultural, social, and political context.
This special issue aims to explore the implementation of MTSS with linguistically diverse students — especially Spanish speaking Latinx students.
This specaial issue aims to contribute to the construction of a vibrant and vital corpus of knowledge within gender lens investing.
new theory that encompasses three key research domains..The theory presents a new perspective on how to help businesses and humanity.
This special issue from Journal of Constructivist Psychology addresses and examines the constructions of race.
This SI seeks to explore new methods used in advertising or why competently-conducted studies tell an unexpected and interesting story.
This SI addresses a gap in research in small enterprises and seeks papers on human capital (HC) and human capital management (HCM) within small firms.
This special issue invites research that will enrich the body of knowledge especially in management and marketing paradigms of food and beverage tourism.
Library resource sharing specialists in response to the challenges of sharing information and supporting library users during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lip service to disparities. It entails deliberate institutional changes led by affected individuals and their communities.
To facilitate tuning the parameters of OCCs and evaluate their performance under different scenarios for a wide range of applications.
Organisational Design and Management is concerned with a broad range of human and organisational issues within Human Factors and Ergonomics (HFE).
Computational modelling of fluid interfaces, including phaseequilibria, biological interfaces, adsorption, electrochemistry, wetting.
Economic perspective of East Asia or those addressing global issues in the changing economic environment by the recent COVID-19 crisis.
This special issue aims to enrich and update the existing literature on gastronomic tourism experiences and experiential marketing.
This special issue aims to explore the meaning and function of real-time identity processes and provide insights into mechanisms of identity development.
Innovative and critical perspectives on contemporary issues in sport and leisure such as diversity , governance, professional practice & research methods.
This special issue invites researchers to consider how language and context are intertwined during the early childhood years.
This fast track special issue aims to explore the affects of the COVID-19 pandemic on European societies and the (potential) consequesnces.
This special focus issue aims to explore the recent advances in the field of alternatives to animal models in toxicology.
This special issue aims to explore eXtended Reality (VR/AR/XR) use cases, established and innovative solutions and research in the era of COVID-19 pandemic.
Features theories/discussions in the areas of technology, coach/athlete learning and inequities to further knowledge and understanding in sports coaching.
Particular locomotion modes. This special issue summarises the current state of knowledge related to swimming performance.
This special issue discusses the biomechanics of such injuries, with a long-term goal of decreasing its injury rate in sports.
This special issue from Sports Biomechanics provides comprehensive understanding of the biomechanics knowledge of sport-ralted ankle injuries.
This special issue will explore a variety of approaches and methodologies to expand research in food and beverage toursim.
This special issue aims to examine how the COVID-19 changed the way of teaching and learning in hospitality and tourism education.
Interactive Cognition is to highlight emerging research exploring how cognitive processes are engaged during reciprocal interactions in groups.
Education from different countries who are familiar with Bernard Stiegler’s work to explore locality as the primordial condition of negentropy
This special issue from Journal of Internet Commerce aims to advance theory and generate practical insights pertaining to online customer engagement.
How journalists, news publishers, platform companies, fact-checking organizations, and governments approach and deal with misinformation.
Wellbeing using the intersectionality framework and brings together studies that discuss health, wellbeing and quality of life from different disciplines.
This issue aims to explore the effects of air pollution and climate change interactions on ecosystems and ecosystem health under climate change.
This special issue from Administrative Theory & Praxis examines and investigates racism within public service institutions.
The special issue is intended to provide practitioners, and organizations evidence-informed support for addressing the opioid crisis.
Employment of architectural models is a crucial indication of architecture’s history and the discipline’s capacity for self-reflection
As the 10th anniversary of the Indignados movement approaches, it is a good time to re-evaluate the movements’ outcomes, impacts and legacy.
This special issue will consider intersections between state and religion in pandemic times by focusing on the Covid-19 global pandemic.
This SI focuses on the leadership response in different industries to the global crisis of COVID-19 in addressing the needs of the changing workplace.
Are there shared struggles? How do we communicate across related but distinct social movements? What is the role of education or schooling in this work?
Critical reflections around the relationship between agency and structure in the context of regional path development in non-core regions.
This SI aims to enrich our knowledge and the range of effective education resources in occupational health, to advance the treatment of patients with POTS.
This special issue will explore the impact of time and space on human resource management (HRM) in multinational enterprises (MNEs).
Advanced ergonomic tools enabling Industry 4.0. DHM & Digital Twin lend themselves to Ergonomics 4.0 and provide a critical element in Industry 4.0.
Solutions that address real problems, case studies, etc., in the themes of the event and within the framework of the Sustainable Development Goal
Racism, colonization and other forms of oppression around the world, particularly from racialized/minoritized/marginalized perspectives.
The issue aims to highlight the influence of power, capitalism and the importance of inequalities in shaping the course of the COVID-19 and other pandemics.
This SI explores how advertisers can derive benefit from influencers, defined as those who create social media content in exchange for compensation.
This special issue focuses on how the pandemic may have changed ongoing social psychology research and the examined behaviors.
This issue focuses on aspects of international and sustainable finance in the current scenario and deliberate the strategies accordingly.
This SI aims to examine media discourses around marginalized communities in multicultural societies in various parts of the world from diverse perspectives.
This SI is intended for research works combining additive manufacturing with adhesive bonding, devoted to publication of important research on this subject.
This SI will explore the impact of the COVID 19 pandemic on the health and wellbeing of the LQBTQ+ community and other sexual/gender minority populations.
This special issue from Accounting in Europe aims to address the broad area of narrative reports, both financial and nonfinancial.
This SI aims explores how contemporary and historical processes of racialization and anti-racist strategy play out in education practices in Nordic states.
This special issue aims to analyse legal language in a way that is critical, presenting insights into the ideological nature of the law.
This Special Issue of Public Management Review aims to look broadly at how public service ethics is responding to changing environments.
This special issue invites empirical and theoretical research papers on Sustainable Finance for Continued Entrepreneurship Growth in Developing Economies.
This special issue from South Asian Review aims to theorize the increasingly expanding oeuvre of Northeast Indian Anglophone Literature (NIAL).
We invite interdisciplinary, scholarly articles that address multiple subjectivities and political, cultural, and socioeconomic life in Kashmir.
Complex interplay of COVID-19, politics, international relations and the relevant social, cultural, political-economic questions.
This special issue will focus on fundamental and applied research topics on membrane and membrane processes for solving separation global challenges.
Employment of military Service leavers and Reservists including HRM interventions of employers in facilitating their transition.
In light of the current Covid-19 pandemic, it seems timely to consider the ways in which women have written about illness and disease in the past.
Detection, monitoring and surveillance of northern environmental change by using unmanned, airborne or space-based sensors and platforms.
Detection, monitoring and surveillance of northern environmental change by using unmanned, airborne or space-based sensors and platforms.
This Special Issue will address the detection, monitoring and surveillance of northern environmental change by using sensors and platforms.
Ce numéro spécial concerne les applications thématiques des approches d’apprentissage profond pour une variété de problèmes de cartographie.
New ideas and presenting the latest advances on 3D printing of materials and structures, with a particular emphasis for their functional applications.
Contemporary concepts, practices, and services for people with intellectual disabilities would be more usefully viewed through a regional lens.
This special issue aims to explore HRM implications in relation to the employment of military Service leavers and Reservists.
This special issue enables the contributions that might cast a new light on a hugely demanding debate, beyond current headlines.
This special issue from Counselling Psychology Quarterly aims to explore how therapeutic failures occur and how they can be prevented.
This SI seeks to consolidate new experience and knowledge in social work at the time of lockdown in Mainland China and other Chinese communities.
This SI seeks to consolidate new experience and knowledge in social work at the time of lockdown in Mainland China and other Chinese communities.
Highlighting research that addresses the challenges of prediction of pandemic progression, event detection and modelling approaches using data science.
This special issue is related to the restoration and healing of mankind form the ill effect of COVID-19 through technology, innovation, and advancement.
Many traditional spas need to reinvent themselves, as government funding medical to wellness spas and targeting international rather than domestic visitors.
The school community has become nimble in reaching out to students. We want to hear your story of adapting to this change of Covid-19
This special issue addresses global concern on the potential impacts on food supply and consumption, agriculture and trade, and public health.
This special issue addresses dynamics and aerodynamics of slender structures and specific aspects of the design and assessment of such structures.
This special issue calls for papers to be submitted that provide evidence of failures and successes in the implementation of AI technologies.
This special issue seeks high quality papers that will be cited as key contributions to the emerging hospitality entrepreneurship body of knowledge.
This special issue addresses the impact assessment played in order to mitigate the health, socio-economic and long term environmental damages of COVID19.
This special issue aims to advance women’s entrepreneurship in Canada, and how to support women entrepreneurs and identifying where research gaps exist.
This special issue presents a comparative approach to black market food practices in belligerent, occupied, and neutral states during the Second World War.
This special issue calls for original research that explores the intersection between environmental discourse, communication, and the public.
This issue will focus on adaptation mechanism used in animals and robots and application of such mechanism for rehabilitation of motor impaired patients.
This special issue begins a discussion on the principles in Geography/GIScience to provide a clearer articulation of important geographical principles.
This issue will address the need of occupational therapy practitioners to impact the visual impairments on occupational performance across the lifespan.
This special issue of Representation examines the aspects between the coronavirus and representative democracy. Share your research.
This special issue will address the use and understanding of occupational therapy nomenclature across diverse areas of practice.
This special issue from Review of Social Economy will explore the political, social, and economic consequences of deprivation and inequality.
This special issue welcomes theoretically informed papers and empirical studies that draw on developments in digital communication technologies in Asia.
This special issue will bring together inter-disciplinary perspectives to research, progress knowledge, and inform innovations in clinical practice.
This special issue addresses organizational hierarchies in promoting effective human resource management (HRM) in the broadly-defined Asia Pacific region.
This special issue welcomes high quality submissions that contribute to a global discussion around the relationships between crisis and education.
This special issue responds to an urgent need to analyse the practices of informality in Brazil, focusing on economic and political relationships.
This special issue seeks to analyze the impact of emergent technologies on both the enhancement of visitor experience in museums and art galleries.
Exploration of how a legacy of feminist scholarship and activism might be deployed to interrogate the power of current educational technologies.
This issue will look addiction recovery and into mediators and mechanisms of behaviour change, like treatment and mutual aid.
The special issue call aims to explore new HRM models that conceptualise emotions and emotional regulation within the wellbeing.
This special issue from Lit aims to examine emerging trends in horror, identifying broad tendencies in subject matter, content, style and form.
This special issue focuses on the promotion of the use of smart clothing in healthcare. Share your research with CyberPhysical Systems.
This special issue welcomes applied papers concerning COVID-19 data analytics. Share your research with the Journal of Applied Statistics.
This Special Issue from New Zealand Economic Papers will be devoted to the economic implications of COVID-19 for New Zealand and the Pacific.
The special issue will examine the HR strategies adopted by organizations in times of crisis and how employees respond to such strategies.
This special issue aims to advance theory and understanding on the role of language for different areas of international HRM.
This special issue focuses on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on those affected by cancer and the healthcare providers who work with them.
This special issue addresses the impact of COVID-19 on the foodservice industry during 2020 and beyond. Share your research.
This SI aims to document cases of sustainable entrepreneurship across the world and to accelerate knowledge about what works and could be amplified.
This Special Issue investigates the shifting scales of focus for tourism, from global (international) tourists, to local (domestic) tourists.
As we negotiate sickness, infection, contagion, and isolation in response to Covid-19, we invite you to reappraise these themes in the lives and works of the Brontës.
This special issue is in response to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and impacts from the social media perspective, which calls in urgent research demands for mitigating the destructive social effects.
The SI is devoted to exploring the implications of the Covid-19 pandemic for the work and lives teachers and the practice of teaching and learning.
This SI re-examines the theoretical foundations and methodologies of construction research to advance our understanding of the built environment.
Since its inception, OR has been used in times of crisis to help make better, evidence-based decisions. This special issue aims to again show how OR can, and has, helped during the current pandemic.
This special issue from Cyber-Physical Systems addresses the timely theme of tackling challenges associated with managing infectious diseases.
We are calling for systematic reviews and scoping reviews in speech, language and hearing that have students as first authors.
This special issue explores how Covid-19 is creating value in technology-based teaching and learning, magnifying its inequities.
This special issue mainly focuses on software services and cyber infrastructure of smart cities, addressing both original algorithmic development and new applications.
This Special Issue welcomes high quality submissions that contribute to a global discussion around the relationships between crisis and education.
A focus on the role and performance of double agents and moles and sociological motivations and entanglements of the sector of intelligence.
This special issue aims to promote and improve the bridge conceptual and aesthetic design philosophy, methods and criteria.
This special issue invites new perspectives on the causes and effects of perturbations on regional and urban labour markets.
This SI will examine how states in the Northern Indian Ocean Region are responding to both the challenges and the opportunities the Sino-Indian rivalry.
This special issue aims present and discuss recent and innovative research on "minority" enterprises involved in grain trade in early modern Europe.
This special issue welcomes papers in public administration and public policy which explore experimental research and development of new knowledge about phenomena unique to the Asia-Pacific region.
This conference will build on the success of our 2019 conference to explore accounting in history – the examination of multi-faceted social and institutional contexts through an accounting lens.
This Special Issue will publish papers that explore consumer marketing for the BOP, focusing on innovation, distribution, promotion, undertaken by MNCs.
This special issue aims to explore COVID-19 research to design strategies to reduce the number of casualties and minimizing the huge economic losses.
Human-computer interaction plays a key role in supporting decision-making processes. Contribute to this SI from Behaviour & Information Technology.
This special issue highlights emerging research on the physiology of fatigue and on the cornerstones of its management and prevention in health and neuromuscular diseases.
This Special Issue will publish papers that explore the use of foreign language in advertising, branding, labeling, or other consumer marketing decisions.
This special issue addresses how climate change can be managed through a multidisciplinary approach from a broad range of disciplines.
This special issue focuses on interaction techniques such as gamification as a marketing strategy to promote products and services to attract customers.
This is a special issue on health and healthcare sector of the Chinese economy. Topics of interests include economics, management, and finance issues related to health and healthcare sectors in China.
This special issue explores issues of women health’s in the in the era of COVID-19 in fields of public health, epidemiology, social science and care policy.
This special issue is dedicated to the impact of global economic downturn on sports management under the crisis of COVID-19.
This special issue focuses on legal environments, compliance rules/policies, and other regulatory dynamics for the key determinants for governance in sport.
This call is issued in a context of worldwide uncertainty and enormous organisational and policy challenges raised by COVID19 crisis.
This special issue from Ethnicity & Health explores the impact and health implications of COVID-19 among diverse race and ethnic populations.
This special issue explores “platform deaths” to understand how digital communities grapple with absence,invisibility, and disappearance.
This special issue from Journal of European CME explores the results of outcome studies to help practitioners in CME, CPD, CEHP, and IPCE design learning.
This special issue addresses various Internet of Things (IoT) based Waste Management concepts which can be adopted in the healthcare industry.
This special issue contributes to the global criminal justice communities by sharing empirical research on crime prevention in Ibero-America.
This special issue from Corrections explores corrections-based responses to COVID-19, inviting qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-method approaches.
Special Issue from Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology exploring the environmental restoration and decommissioning of the damaged NPP in 2021.
This special issue explores studies of government capacity. quality, and broader governance outcomes in and beyond Asia and the Pacific.
Indian Chemical Engineer announces a COVID-19 Special Issue to be published by the end of June, 2020 to address issues concerning to the pandemic.
Transitioning from the Covid-19 crisis, for a socially and environmentally sustainable future: how can governments, companies and other organisations, and individuals, bring about the necessary change.
This special issue invites research that focuses on the professional learning that happens for teachers and/or researchers when they collaborate on designing learning environments.
Special issue exploring how reinforcement learning algorithms for adaptive control can be used in a portfolio of buildings, achieving multiple objectives.
This special issue intends to further explore an emerging uncertain description tool within the research of finance, economy, and management.
What can be learned from roughly a decade of interest in (RRI) and how should such learning inform agendas and imaginations for the next ten years?
The aim of this Special Feature is to accumulate and disseminate biological knowledge about the current status of forest ecosystem in Ryukyu Archipelago.
A special issue asking how the COVID-19 pandemic requires a reconfiguration of our modes of critical inquiry to better understand the present moment.
This issue focuses on practical and theoretical research on counselling or guidance as it relates to bereavement, grief, loneliness and resilience.
This special issue is anticipated to provide knowledge on the impact of social distancing on human behavior in the social environments.
This Special Issue aims to showcase innovative research that has been conducted in the earliest phases of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This Special Issue intends to highlight recent progress on formalizing modern mathematics in Interactive Theorem Proving systems.
This special issue explores the as yet rarely addressed humorous dimension of autofictional writing of humour in autofictional literature.
Clinical Gerontologist is announcing a call for papers related to the COVID-19 Pandemic. We aim to highlight solutions to geriatric mental health.
This special issue explores the politics of memes; the use of internet memes to confirm, contest and challenge political power and hierarchies.
Machine-learning in the atmospheric and oceanic sciences is undergoing a rapid paradigm shift driven by large data advancements.
This special issue invites papers considering similarities and differences between HIV and COVID-19, including media, health and culture responses.
Ce numéro spécial recueille des travaux qui examinent les liens entre l'inclusion financière ou les modèles alternatifs de financement et différents aspects de l’activité entrepreneuriale.
This Special Issue aims at broadening discussions and find empirical evidences on the continuous improvements of business and sustainable entrepreneurship
Special issue exploring the role of longitudinal studies in Jewish educational research, including quantitative, qualitative and mixed method contributions.
Special Health Communication issue on COVID-19-related public health communication, particularly public health message design and campaigns.
We invite papers that explore the pedagogical approaches toward the topic of sexual violence used in mass atrocities in history education.
This special section seeks submissions that expand the body of knowledge by more fully accounting for complexities of the mobile advertising landscape.
This Special Issue fouses on critical attention to the places and spaces where the impacts of ecological precarity are disproportionately distributed.
Covid-19 spread rapidly; we invite contributions from economists, exploring the causes, effects and opportunities presented.
Policing and Society invites contributions that advance our understanding between law enforcement and public health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This special issue studies how the digitalization of tourism and hospitality can have positive and negative effects towards sustainable development.
A focal point for theories, concepts, and experiences of precarity and casualisation in the academy and how these relate to neoliberalism etc.
This special issue explores the value and opportunities of the growing Silver Economy from a small enterprise perspective.
This special issue is to seek the latest research that shows the most recently advanced methods in optimization and machine learning.
This special issue welcomes research on public administration responses and to the COVID-19 pandemic, including topics such as crisis management.
This issue provides insight into the intersection of social injustice that have recently begun to receive national attention as a result of the pandemic.
This special issue calls on social and environmental accounting (SEA) scholars to engage with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
This special issue invites contributions that explore the challenges in agriculture with advanced computational intelligence and statistics methodologies.
This special issue aims to bring together rigorous analyses of crisis responses among Asian countries amid global crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
This special issue aims to address global sustainable development in tourism during and after the global pandemic crisis.
Share your research that details the design, implementation, outcomes, short-comings and limitations of planned policies and practices in higher education.
The special issue welcomes submissions involving Industry 4.0 application domains that fit within the broad scope of Technometrics.
This special issue aims to explore the powerful influence of social determinants of health underscored by COVID-19, addressing needs within healthcare.
This special issue looks at the complexities of communicating climate change, scientific data, and how related journalism is complicated.
This special issue is about how jazz has circulated beyond its accepted sites of origin.
This issue examines textual misogyny in the early modern period, i.e. androcentric discourses not openly hostile to women.
This special issue explores the impacts of, and future challenges facing, sport across all settings arising from COVID-19.
This issue aims to deepen our understanding of information flows in the Corona crisis, publishing recent work on public information systems in the pandemic.
This special issue will gather together the efforts of experts on statistical models and data analysis to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
This special issue explores the history of netball around the globe by means of papers that examine the development of the sport.
This special issue aims to bring together the latest research findings on heat transfer by nanofluids with a strong emphasis on energy related problems.
This special issue addresses many of the issues that Covid 19 creates for students, professors, departments, professional associations, and universities.
This special issue addresses recent advances and challenges in applied statistics for predictions on the COVID-19 outbreak.
This special issue aims to explore the teaching and learning experiences of coach developers, students, or coaches across systems and universities.
This special issue focusing on India will try to map and capture developments at the intersection of policy, regulatory, legal, and a technological level.
The aim of this special issue is to provide a comprehensive guide on current ideas and results in modeling and simulation for Cloud computing and vice versa
First special issue to engage in the specific connections between the pop culture productions of the more than/other than/nothing but human.
This special issue explores a broad array of Victorian materialities and trace continuities and intersections between Victorian and new materialisms.
Understanding virus as a complex system and addressing the need to explore its mechanisms in the language of visual media.
This special issue asks what has happened in Europe between the publication of Faludi’s book and the present in terms of backlash.
The special issue explores the social work efforts in multiple fronts of the Asia Pacific region supporting communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This call seeks conceptual or theory-driven empirical scholarship that questions the assumed ‘administrative sovereignty’ of public administration.
This Call for Manuscripts concerns enhancing children’s language ability and increasing children’s adaptability early in their lives.
This PMM theme will be exploring the parameters of public value co-creation, examining the inclusion of service user voices in public services.
The impact of COVID19 on healthcare services worldwide has been unprecedented. Interprofessionality in practice has never been more important.
This special issue assesses the role of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in East Asia's regional economic development during a time of severe challenges.
This issue will focus on the broad range of issues associated with ensuring people with intellectual disabilities accessing quality support services.
This special issue of Memory aims at bringing together a collection studies exploring the impact of the Internet and social media on memory.
This special double issue of the Journal of Poverty focuses on documenting the 21st century consequences of the coloniality of power.
This SI explores the links between entrepreneurship and transformations, building on the dialogue between historians and entrepreneurship scholars.
Call for submission of manuscripts on Intellectual Disability, Autism spectrum disorder or other developmental disability and mental health issues.
This special issue explores pandemic disasters and the structural forces that prevent us from rebuilding communities, preparing us for the next disaster.
This issue aims to reflect on the implications of digital video annotation for the critical comprehension of bodily practices, not only in performance arts.
This special issue aims to explore and push the research agenda surrounding children and young consumers within sustainability marketing.
This Special Issue seeks to expand research in literature to understand the effects of social and physical distancing during a pandemic.
This Special Issue aims to provide a contemporary picture on recent research activities related to LBS in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the special edition of Navigating the divide, we welcome contributions from both academics and security practitioners.
Share how palliative social work practice adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic due to guidelines and restrictions put in place by health systems and society.
Along with the other renown partners, this special issue calls for papers on the Impact of COVID-19 on TNCs and FDI in Global Business and Economy.
We invite submissions to this special issue that explore the critical possibilities of Phenomenology for illness narratives.
The Special Section 'Religion, Spirituality and Advertising' aims explore a gap with intentions to stimulate interdisciplinary research.
This Special Issue, Cyber-Physical Systems in Intelligent Connected Vehicles, explores new research and development technologies.
This special issue aims to explore empirical analyses of Indigenous knowledge systems for coping and managing COVID-19 and strategies for Post-COVID-19.
Insights from the intersection between social psychology of consumers and pandemics marketplace, where the distance between market actors has increased.
A building requires rigor in practice and conception. Is there any room left for the rare and precious artifice that the built may possess?
This special issue aims to investigate the dynamic relationship between the youth generation and social movements within the context of education.
The issue will carry revised versions of the selected papers presented at The International Conference of the Yangtze River Research and Innovation Belt.
This special issue on the Corona Virus crisis aims to gather rapid response research that can help to understand social forces related to the pandemic.
This special issue explores the rapid outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic is having and the dramatic impact on businesses and industries globally.
Our special issue will bring high quality research work to enhance our knowledge on Big Data, Internet of Things and Cloud Computing.
This is a special issue calls for proposals from the Journal of Research on Technology in Education, such as how students engage in online learning.
This special issue aims to highlight recent advances in remote sensing for disaster monitoring and prevention activities.
This special issue aims to examine the recent coronavirus epidemic impact on tourism industry and welcomes original conceptual and empirical papers.
They contribute to the analysis of the links between visual research, visual literacy, innovative teaching and education practices and truth and lies.
What is the role of visual literacy skills in developing critical analysis and competencies enabling us to understand gender representations?
It is essential that we understand stress, trauma, and related conditions in Military, First Responders, Healthcare professionals and their Families.
This special issue examines policy and political responses to the Corona crisis in Europe and debates its implications for political systems.
We invite original research papers, review articles, research articles, and clinical practice articles addressing traumatic stress aspects of COVID-19.
The issue calls for sociological perspectives to explore the responses and/or analyze social impacts of COVID-19 in different countries.
This special issue explores the many uncertainties in 2020 faced as literacy researchers and ways that methodological reflections on past research.
Contribute to the theological conversation that reflects on the COVID-19 global pandemic on issues such as suffering & trauma.
We invite paper contributions providing novel empirical and theoretical insights on social innovation and entrepreneurship in Africa.
A special issue dedicated to an exploration of the most appropriate evidence-based and theoretical approaches to designing for people with dementia.
This special issue explores research on the theme of enhancing energy efficiency via building design- to be published in 2021.
This special issue is dedicated to the timely subject of underlying Mathematics of Cryptography and Coding in the Quantum Era.
This call for Dialogue section submissions invites essays and commentaries that reflect on various aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic response
This special issue explores issues regarding sustainability and GVCs in Africa, and the conditions and terms under which companies operate.
This call seeks critical research that explores ways schools can support equity-based, social-emotional competence for young adolescents and their teachers.
The special issue explores the social, cultural and political implications of football feminisation with focus on women’s conquest of football structures.
The special issue explores the nature of transformation in the last thirty years of both Champions Leagues, examining the contemporary context.
What are the ethical implications of moving to online formats in an effort to flatten the COVID-19 curve through self-isolation?
This journal is issuing a call for manuscripts to be published as part of a special issue on the topic of chronic pain in people living with HIV.
This special issue welcomes papers on emerging new practice, skills, and techniques in the midst of COVID-19 around the globe.
The special issue provides an exploration on the up-to-date research and analysis on the Renminbi Internationalisation and Financial Centres.
This Special Issue aims to attract contributions from both academic and industrial organizations addressing emerging security issues.
This special issue will independently focus on providing an arena to share the authentic works related to the intelligent data analytics.
Covid-19 has meant school closures and an increase in technological solutions. What can we learn about the role of technology in education?
This special issue will chart the economic and social effects of the pandemic on destinations, businesses and tourists related to COVID-19.
Research that relates to the impact of the pandemic on people with neurodevelopmental disorders across the lifespan and of their families.
This issue will bring together research/best practices related to HCI on the modern flight deck to highlight progress and improvements needed.
This special issue on Asian responses to COVID-19 will address the impact the virus has had on specific countries, on regional relations, and everyday life.
This special issue will highlight the contributions that ocean surveying, mapping and sensing make to supporting the challenges outlined in UN SDGs.
We seek submissions of all methodological approaches on topics related to the content associated with Chinese electronic and digital media.
Research that uses new data, applies or investigates how new data in organizations influences the development of planning.
This Special Issue from chitectural Science Review aims to explore the complex synergies of Low Carbon Buildings and Neighbourhoods.
This special issue will engage scholars, researchers, teachers, instructional designers and learners in a discussion of online assessment.
We are inviting submissions for a special issue of the journal focused on the “opioid crisis” and its relation to mental health.
This special issue invites research on the corona virus, COVID-19 and issues and implications for social work practice with older adults and their families.
How does emerging technologies (digitalisation, big data, data analytics, artificial intelligence, digital twin, etc.) improve maritime operations?
This special issue explores the controversy human interactions and media coverage on public health communication in the crisis of coronavirus outbreak.
This special issue focuses on the voice of athletes throughout history, especially in the context of their involvement in the Olympic movement.
This special issue explores research related to the COVID-19 virus and social work, applied social service and health professions practice. Submit now.
This special issue aims to highlight the extent to which gender and physical activity in educational environments relate to our performance of daily life.
This special issue is dedicated to reappraising the literary career of Elizabeth Wurtzel (1967-2020) whose controversial works established her as an icon.
This special issue explores engagement within cultural boundaries that remain underrepresented throughout the world across varying cultural contexts.
This issue aims to cover all aspects of early childhood education developmental theories and pioneers and a critical analysis and review of the literature.
This special issue explores aspects of innovation and technology development in the area of quantum information and computation.
This special issue provides a timely opportunity to showcase and reflect upon Asian Internet histories – both in their own right.