ADI Hosted Journals
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The Journal of Citizenship and Globalisation Studies (JCGS)
Published by De Gruyter Open, JCGS is interested in the complex and often contradictory meanings of citizenship, social inclusion and globalisation at the local, national and transnational levels. An Open Access publication, JCGS aims to contribute to the construction of global knowledges; unconstrained by borders or boundaries. It particularly welcomes submissions that adopt transnational, intercultural and international frames and methods. To this end JCGS publishes high-quality innovative empirical and theoretical papers that critically engage with emergent practices of community and citizenship at multiple levels of social life.
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The Journal of Intercultural Studies (JICS)
Published by Routledge/Taylor & Francis, JICS is an international publication that is interested in emerging transcultural and intercultural formations and their intersection with established notions of identity at the level of individual, local, national and global life – as such it publishes critical studies in the sociology of migration, ethnicity, identity, multiculturalism and citizenship. It is an interdisciplinary journal, including contributions from sociology, cultural studies, gender studies, political science, cultural geography, urban studies, race and ethnic studies.
Australian Journal of Political Science
Published by Routledge/Taylor & Francis, AJPS publishes articles at the cutting edge of the discipline, characterised by conceptual clarity, methodological rigour, substantive interest, broad appeal, and originality. Shorter articles may be published as research notes. The book review section includes reviews of major books in the field of political studies, and especially books written by academics based in Australia and New Zealand and/or dealing with relevant Australian and New Zealand subjects. The Journal also publishes longer review essays.
Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations
Published by Routledge/Taylor & Francis, ICMR promotes the scholarly study of Islam as a religious and intellectual tradition, and its relations with Christianity and other religions. Islam as a religious and intellectual tradition includes Islam as a historical tradition of faith and a current lived reality throughout the world; and, the future of Islam. Islam in its relations with Christianity and other religions includes: Muslim attitudes towards other religions; Christian and other religious attitudes towards Islam; mutual influences between Islam and other religions; and, Muslim minorities in non-Muslim societies and non-Muslims in Muslim-majority societies.