Call for Papers

The theme for the 2019 issue is Disruptive Politics which evaluates the transformations of all aspects of the political and social world. We invite submissions addressing topics including, but not limited to, activism and social movements; conflict; youths’ politics; challenges to democracy; populism; migration; security and surveillance; justice and accountability; as well as technology and media politics. These topics engage with a diverse set of questions, such as the following:

 

  • How do social movements create and respond to political disruption?
  • How does the lack of political engagement challenge democracy?
  • How do changing technologies shape legal and political orders?
  • How does the spread of misinformation disrupt governments and societies?
  • What are the ethical dimensions of political disruption?
  • How does surveillance and security in society instigate political disruption?
  • How do conflicts influence national imaginaries?
  • What role does the internet play as a source of political disruption?
  • How does environmental degradation create disruption?
  • How does the meaning of disruption change across intersectional identities?

 

The submission deadline is February 24, 2019. Interested authors should submit their manuscript via the journal’s homepage: https://www.ujpps.com/index.php/ujpps

 

The theme for the 2019 issue is Disruptive Politics which evaluates the transformations of all aspects of the political and social world. We invite submissions addressing topics including, but not limited to, activism and social movements; conflict; youths’ politics; challenges to democracy; populism; migration; security and surveillance; justice and accountability; as well as technology and media politics. These topics engage with a diverse set of questions, such as the following:

 

  • How do social movements create and respond to political disruption?
  • How does the lack of political engagement challenge democracy?
  • How do changing technologies shape legal and political orders?
  • How does the spread of misinformation disrupt governments and societies?
  • What are the ethical dimensions of political disruption?
  • How does surveillance and security in society instigate political disruption?
  • How do conflicts influence national imaginaries?
  • What role does the internet play as a source of political disruption?
  • How does environmental degradation create disruption?
  • How does the meaning of disruption change across intersectional identities?

 

The submission deadline is February 24, 2019. Interested authors should submit their manuscript via the journal’s homepage: https://www.ujpps.com/index.php/ujpps

 

All submissions must conform to the journal’s submission guidelines. Submissions will undergo a blind peer review and those selected by the UJPPS will be revised, finalized, and published in the 2019 issue of the journal. All submissions will be entered for the UJPPS Article of the year award. Questions pertaining to this call for papers should be directed to the UJPPS editorial team at  editor@ujpps.com.