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It is the great honor for us to publish eighth volume, second issue of Global Journal of Sociology: Current Issues (GJSOC).
Global Journal of Sociology: Current Issues welcomes original empirical investigations and comprehensive literature review articles focusing on sociological issues. The scope of the journal, but is not limited to the following major topics as child, youth and old age, communication and art, culture and changes, deviance and social control, economy and development, education, ethnic relations, human rights and collective good, gender and human rights, identity, image and social cohesion, localization and globalization, organizations, professions and work, political sociology and law issues, social security and public health, sociology of marriage and family, sociology of population and migration, sociology of religion, collective behavior and social movements and theoretical, comparative and historical studies.
A total number of fifteen (15) manuscripts were submitted for this issue and each paper has been subjected to double-blind peer review process by the reviewers specialized in the related field. At the end of the review process, a total number of four (4) high quality research papers were selected and accepted for publication.
We present many thanks to all the contributors who helped us to publish this issue.
Prof. Dr. Mustafa Gunduz
Editor – in Chief
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