Journal of Sustainable Social Change

Recognizing that genuine, lasting, and just social change needs to incorporate and integrate attention to improving and sustaining the quality of life through systemic analyses and action, the peer-reviewed Journal of Sustainable Social Change, sponsored by Walden University, asks that you contribute your expertise in collaboration with others who are supportive of that overall concept. The Journal of Sustainable Social Change welcomes manuscripts focusing on interdisciplinary research that examines current and future sustainability elements from many fields, including social, economic and environmental, and levels of analysis--from macro to micro-- in order to advance the human experience and condition and move individuals, groups, organizations, cultures, and society toward a more positive, sustainable, and just future.Note: Volumes 14 and earlier will still appear here under the previous title of Journal of Social Change.

Recent Content



Assessing Barriers to Upward Mobility in the Cape Fear Region
Sabrina T. Cherry and Christopher R. Prentice


Civilian Oversight of Police Through the Lens of Polarities of Democracy
Joseph A. McMillan, Jacqueline D. Smith, and William J. Benet



Family Medicine’s Role in Addressing the Intersections of Redlining and Climate Change
Daryl O. Traylor, Eboni E. Anderson, Brianna Clark, Alex M. Smith, and Cooper K. Allenbrand



Happiness Index Methodology
Laura Musikanski, Scott Cloutier, Erica Bejarano, Davi Briggs, Julia Colbert, Gracie Strasser, and Steven Russell

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