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Charting change from the cutting edge of knowledge, pursuing the frontiers of
research to ever-widening horizons, the Social Scientist has built a reputation
of being an outstanding journal in social sciences and humanities. For over three
decades now, it has analysed trends, recorded changes, even roadmapped the future.
Its writers , veteran and newcomer, tackle subjects with a breadth and depth
that makes the Social Scientist indispensable to teachers and students, laymen
Recognized experts and brilliant young minds write on economic policy, social
change, institutions and organizations, issues in history, methodology and
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available in JSTOR and the most recently published issue of a journal.
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moving wall, articles from the year 2002 are available.
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