Review of Social Studies
ROSS - ISSN NO: 2052-448X
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Review of Social Studies (RoSS) is an interdisciplinary journal. The principal purpose of the journal is to publish lucid and well-documented peer-reviewed articles that discuss significant social, legal and political issues in an international context.
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2018 - Volume 5
Autumn 2018, Volume 5, Number 2


  1. Quantifying Product Creativity in Design: A Quasi-Experimental Methodological Approach Alis Iacob and Grahame Hudson
  2. Natural or Supernatural: Beliefs About the Causes of Intellectual Disability in Ghanaian Society Abigail Adubea Mills
  3. Pink – Collar Crime: Women and Crime Committed at Work Julia Margaret Hammond
Book review

  1. Boko Haram: The History of an African Jihadist Movement (by Alexander Thurston) Busra Nisa Sarac
  2. Reassessing Order and Disorder in the Middle East: Regional Imbalance or Disintegration? (by Robert Mason [ed.]) Umer Karim
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Spring 2018, Volume 5, Number 1


  1. The Perceived Discrimination and Remittances: Evidence from Immigrants in Northern Italy SARA SALOMONE, Ghent University, Belgium – MAELAN LE GOFF Bank of France, France
  2. The Governance of the Sociogenic Climate Change: Perspectives and Challenges DIMITRA KOUMPAROU, Hellenic Open University, GREECE
  3. Chinese Traders in Ghanaian Markets: A Bag of Threat and Opportunities MARK KWAKU MENSAH OBENG, University of Ghana, GHANA
Book Reviews

  1. Brexit and the Political Economy of Fragmentation: Things Fall Apart. By Jamie Morgan and Heikki Patomäki (ed.). Routledge.
  2. Politics and Gender Identity in Turkey: Centralised Islam for SocioEconomic Control. By Umut Korkut and Hande Eslen-Ziya
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2016 - Volume 3
Autumn 2016, Volume 3, Number 2

Special Issue: International Conference on Gender and Education: Critical Issues, Policy and Practice


  1. De-mythologising the Image of War Hero as Dominant Hegemonic Masculinity Constructed through ISAs, Covert Educational Institutions (With Special Reference to David Rabe's Sticks and Bones) Roya Yaghoubi
  2. Barriers and Enablers of Education Equality for Transgender Students Stephanie Burns, Ruth Leitch and Joanne Hughes
  3. Identity Formation and Negotiation of Freedom in Coeducational Language Schools in Iran Alyeh Mehin Jafarabadi
  4. The Gender Role in the Educational Empowerment of Migrant Families from Eastern Europe and Post-Soviet Countries Nina Ivashinenko and Valentina Shatalina
  5. Mafia Children: From Future to Past. Knowing Other Realities to Learn Freedom Rosella Marzullo
  6. Gender Disparity and Cultural Impacts on Girls' Education in Laos Inleusa Basengkham
Book reviews

  1. The Human Rights under State-Enforced Religious Family Laws in Israel, Egypt and India (by Sezgin Yuksel) Sinem Adar
  2. Work Rules! (by Laszlo Bock) Nimisha Bhatnagar
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Spring 2016, Volume 3, Number 1


  1. Consumer Culture and the Design of a Modern Self in Iran: The Cultivation of Mind and Body in Iranian Lifestyle Magazines Ariane Sadjed
  2. Peace Making or State Breaking? The Turkish-Kurdish Peace Processes and the Role of Diasporas Latif Tas
  3. Democratisation in Plural Society and Ethnic Conflict: The Case of Turkey-Kurdistan Sharo I Garip
  4. The Chronic Balance of Payments Constraint on Economic Growth in Turkey Ertan Ersoy
Book reviews

  1. The Politics of Humanitarianism: Power, Ideology and Aid (by Antonio De Lauri) Nichola Khan
  2. Decentralisation and the Management of Ethnic Conflict: Lessons from the Republic of Macedonia (by Aisling Lyon) Maja Trajkovska
  3. A Strangeness in My Mind (by Orhan Pamuk) Burak Bilgehan Özpek
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2015 - Volume 2
Autumn 2015, Volume 2, Number 2


  1. Gender and intra-household migration decision in India: An Empirical Analysis. Sandhya R. Mahapatro
  2. Gender and New Reproductive Technologies Slovenia. Marina Vrhovac
  3. Gender violence in migration: Voices of migrant women in Sicily. Roberta T. Di Rosa
  4. Turkish Women in Alsace: Language Maintenance and Integration. Feray Jacky Baskin
  5. Finding the right spouse: Young Sri Lankan Tamil Hindu women in Denmark. Marianne Qvortrup Fibiger
Book reviews

  1. Legal Pluralism in Action: Dispute Resolution and the Kurdish Peace Committee (by Latif Tas). Tania Khojasteh
  2. A Political Theory of Territory (by Margaret Moore). Liam McLaughlin
  3. Shakarim: The Life of a Kazakh Poet (by Yerlan Sydykov). Aliya de Tiesenhausen
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Spring 2015, Volume 2, Number 1

Gender and Migration


  1. A Gendered Analysis of Refugee Peacebuilding: Transnational Networks for Peace. Anna Snyder
  2. Overcoming obstacles through hidden nuptial paths: Foreign Muslim purported spouses marrying in Italy. Federica Sona
  3. Bilingualism and Gender in the Literature of Iranian Women in the Diaspora. Leila Samadi Rendy
  4. Returning 'home' after retirement? The role of gender in return migration decisions of Spanish and Turkish migrants. Anita Bocker and Anoeshka Gehring
  5. Consequences of Feminised Migration on Families: The Case of Filipino Women.
    Caridad T. Sri Tharan
Book reviews

  1. The Oxford Handbook of Refugee & Forced Migration Studies (by Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, Gil Loescher, Katy Long and Nando Sigona (eds.) Bahar Baser
  2. Institutional Change in Turkey: The Impact of European Union Reforms on Human Rights and Policing (by Leila Piran). Elsa Tulin Sen
  3. State, Faith and Nation in Ottoman and Post-Ottoman Lands (by Frederick F. Anscombe). Selcuk Aydin