Journal of Human Security Studies. Vol.11, No.2, 2022.
The Elderly in China: A Human Security Perspective Deng Jingxi, Ph.D candidate, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University...
Journal of Human Security Studies is English, peer-reviewed and online journal that accepts unsolicited essays and book reviews dealing broadly with the issues of human security. It is an integral operation of Japan Association for Human Security Studies (JAHSS), established in 2011, and shares the Association's mission as summarized below.
・To develop a critical understanding of, and prepare the basis of improvement for, human life in its interaction with and within the changing environment; and
・To explore alternative approaches to the prevailing scholarly trends on human life, while respecting the local knowledge of ordinary people confronting with the challenges to, and opportunities for, the "life worth living."
Journal of Human Security Studies welcomes the submission of manuscripts in the two categories of researched monographs and book reviews, and publishes online twice a year after peer reviews. For the preparation of the manuscript, please refer to the Author's Guideline and Referenceing Guideline.
Editorial Committee of Journal of Human Security Studies Rule and Procedures
Yuichi Sekiya (University of Tokyo )
Michio Umegaki (Keio University)
Yusuke Dan (Toyo Gakuen University)
Go Shimada (Meiji Unviersity)
Yoichi Mine (Doshisha University)
Yukiko Nishikawa, Doshisha University
Vu Le Thao Chi, Keio University
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