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Development & Society
- Frequency : 3 issues/year
- ISSN : 1598-8074(Print)
- Publisher : The Institute for Social Development and Policy Research, Seoul National University, Korea
- Editor : Park, Keong-Suk
Development and Society (D&S) is an English journal, published by the Institute for Social Development and Policy Research (ISDPR). Formerly known as Bulletin (1972-1989), then Korea Journal of Population and Development (1990-1997), D&S has contributed to share research outputs of Korea to oversea scholars and researchers for more than 40 years.
With its history, the journal provides an international and interdisciplinary forum for new ideas and research from social, cultural, political to economic development along with population issues, particularly focused on East Asia. It welcomes contributions that analyze various social causes and consequences of development from diverse authors, countries and research fields. With diversity, it discusses alternative and sustainable forms of development, social quality and related issues, and also proposes new strategies for improving human conditions.
Development and Society
Volume 46 Number 2, September 2017
Special Issue: Cosmopolitan Sociology and War Memory in East Asia
Global Risks and Cosmopolitan Citizens in East Asia: A Look at the Fukushima Disaster and Nuclear Power Plant
In Commemoration of the Legacy of Ulrich Beck: Theory of Migration and Methodological Cosmopolitanism
Metamorphosis of the Korean ‘Comfort Women’: How Did Han Turn into the Cosmopolitan Morality?
Permanent War: Oppositional Memory Work and North Korean Human Rights
Nationalism and Reflexive Cosmopolitanism in Korean A-bomb Victims’ War Memory and Transnational Solidarit
On Global Accountability: A Theoretical Revisit to Accountability Mechanisms for Development Partnerships
Science, Technology, and the Imaginaries of Development in South Korea
The Sharing City Seoul: Global Imaginaries of the Sharing Economy and its Local Realities
Division of Household Labor in Post-Socialist China: A Case of the Post-1980s Generation Couples in Guangzhou