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Civil Society and Social Change

Series Editors: Ian Rees Jones, Cardiff University, Mike Woods, Aberystwyth University and Paul Chaney, Cardiff University

“This ambitious new series promises to address a pressing need to deepen and broaden our understanding of civil society at a time of great disruptive social and political change. The focus on forging new analyses through a strong interdisciplinary approach is particularly welcome.” Nick Acheson, Trinity College Dublin

This series provides interdisciplinary and comparative perspectives on the rapidly changing nature of civil society at local, regional, national and global scales.

The series comprises of a core set of edited volumes reporting on research findings from across the Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research and Data (WISERD) Civil Society Research Centre. The editors welcome additional contributions, and are particularly interested in interdisciplinary volumes that will expand on the series themes:

  • Locality, community and civil society
  • Individuals, institutions and governance
  • Economic austerity, social enterprise and inequality
  • Generation, life course and social participation

Selected titles in the series are available open access.

Editorial Advisory Board

Filippo Barbera, Collegio Carlo Alberto, Italy
Huw Beynon, Cardiff University, UK
David Blackaby, Swansea University, UK
Howard Davis, Bangor University, UK
Jurgen Grotz, University of East Anglia, UK
Gary Higgs, University of South Wales, UK
Bob Jessop, Lancaster University, UK
Martin Jones, Staffordshire University, UK
Melanie Jones, Cardiff University, UK
Grigori Kliuchare, Russian Academy, Russia
Sally Power, Cardiff University, UK
Merril Silverstein, Syracuse University, US
Sahoo Sarbeswar, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
Chris Taylor, Cardiff University, UK

Contact regarding proposals

Ian Rees Jones, jonesir4@cardiff.ac.uk
Mike Woods, zzp@aber.ac.uk
Paul Chaney, chaneyp@cardiff.ac.uk
Or the Series Commissioning Editor, Laura Vickers-Rendall, Policy Press, laura.vickers@bristol.ac.uk