Graduate Journal of Social Science



GJSS Intro

GJSS is an open-access online journal focusing on methodological issues of interdisciplinary relevance.

The journal publishes three issues per year, one of which is thematic and one of which groups innovative and instructive papers from all disciplines. GJSS welcomes submissions from both senior and junior academics, thus providing a forum of publication and exchange among different generations engaged in interdisciplinary research.

GJSS is published by EBSCO Publishing 
EBSCO Publishing.
(ISSN: 1572-3763).


Graduate Journal of Social Science
CFP Disabilities and sexualities: Exploring intersections and multiplicities PDF Print E-mail
Written by editor   
Monday, 17 February 2014 17:27

People with disabilities are not homogenous and experiences related to disability are varied across social class, race, ethnicity, context, region, gender, and sexuality. People may have a diverse set of disabilities, including physical, psychomotor and psychological. Some may be born with certain disability/ies and others may acquire it during their lifetime. Sexualities constitute a whole gamut of behaviours, emotions, activities, attitudes and fantasies of different individuals. While some may approach the subject of sexuality from a rights-based perspective, others may look at it from the perspective of health, and still others through the lens of disease or abuse. Experiences related to sexuality are myriad and therefore the concerns related to sexuality are diverse too.

Last Updated on Friday, 28 February 2014 14:31
Volume 10:3, September 2013: The Conditions of Praxis PDF Print E-mail
Written by louise   
Tuesday, 24 September 2013 09:51

gjss vol 10-3 cover

Last Updated on Monday, 11 November 2013 07:44
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