International Social Science Review

Academic journal covering all social sciences.

Articles from Vol. 92, No. 2, April

C. Vann Woodward: Reinterpretation of Traditional Southern Historiographical Arguments
The writings of historian C. Vann Woodward (1908-1999) challenged the widely-held misconceptions regarding Southern civil rights issues that developed after the American Civil War Reconstruction period. During the 1930s through the 1960s, Woodward...
Invitation to Attend the 2017 Triennial International Convention in Kansas City, Mo
November 2-4, 2017 "Leadership, Scholarship, and Service" Mark your calendars! Plans are coming together! for our next Triennial International Convention. Join us in Kansas City, Missouri on November 2-4, 2017! This year's convention is sure to...
Leadership Development Program
Triennial Convention, Kansas City, Missouri November 2-4, 2017 A good leader inspires others--and makes difficult decisions when faced with adversity. Many of us have a vision of what a good leader is, and many of us have known someone that inspired...
Policy Point-Counterpoint: Is Democracy the Best Form of Governance? Aristotelian vs. Platonic Thought
George H. Sabine opened the Preface to his classic textbook A History of Political Theory with the statement that "theories of politics are themselves a part of politics." (1) A pragmatist by intellectual commitment, Sabine's point was that the study...
Sir Dudley North 'In Loyal Principles Exceeding': A Political Merchant in the First Age of Party
The seventeenth century saw England develop into a worldwide commercial power despite experiencing decades of revolution, civil wars, and political strife. With the rise of monopolies on certain regions or aspects of trade, known as Companies, wealthy...
The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade's Vestiges: Exploring Proposed Forms of Restitution 2016
The vestiges of the Trans-Atlantic Slave trade are well known in the United States as well as in the international community, (1) and continue to adversely affect Africans of the Diaspora. In the past few decades, legislators, foreign ministers, (2)...
The Youth Facility as a Total Institution: A Focus on Experiences of Mortification
Republic Act (RA) 9344 of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act (JJWA) of the Philippines promises to champion the cause of youth offenders as it takes into consideration the flaws of the juvenile justice system. (1) The law seeks to deal with youths...
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