Social processes are at the heart of people's experiences of urban environments. Social, public, and health policies support economic and geographic development. These developments affect people's sense of social inclusion, civic engagement, and sense of community.
The mission of Social Inclusion is to provide a platform for dissemination and active discussion of social sciences, urban studies, and public health investigations of urban life.Understanding how policy generates social and physical environments and how these environments affect people requires collaboration between scientists, policy-makers, and practitioners. We aim to feature the interface between the scientific community, policy experts, and practitioners to highlight applied research contributions regarding urban life, economic growth, sustainable development, city planning, and public health. We encourage submissions on a wide range of topics, demonstrating novel theoretical or methodological advances.
Social inclusion publishes from multiple fields including but not limited to sociology, anthropology, geography, economics, epidemiology, gerontology, psychology, city planning, and public policy. This section can feature original research, short reports, and commentaries. Quantitative, spatial, or qualitative methods are welcome. We encourage non-academic contributions from government, non-government, community-based, and research organizations.
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