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Article submissions to the eSymposium must have sociological value and interest for an international community of social scientists, both from the point of pure, scholarly research as well as from applied dimensions. We welcome submissions from teaching faculty, postdoctoral fellows and graduate students in the social sciences. To read more about the Submission process click here 

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Sociological Briefing: The need to tackle Isolating Gender Violence to properly address and overcome Gender-based Violence”

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Government failure and Informality: An investigation of the role played by informal trading in the developmental processes of people’s livelihoods mechanisms in urban cities.

A case study of Harare, Zimbabwe

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This paper examines the role of informal economy in Zimbabwe in meeting the needs of ... Read More

In conversation with... Rhoda Reddock

7th January 2022

Rhoda Reddock’s research interests include critical race and ethnic studies and feminism. Read More

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