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Journal of Religion and Society

Journal of Religion and Society

ISSN: 1522-5658

Journal of Religion & Society

Supplement

Series

Religion and Justice [ Supplement 21 ]

Edited by Ronald A. Simkins and Zachary B. Smith, Creighton University


Articles

Sports Chaplaincy in Women’s International Soccer Pastoral: Care, Emotional Wellbeing, and Holistic Support

Angy King, University of Gloucestershire, UK

Andrew Parker, University of Gloucestershire, UK

Brian Hemmings, Northampton, UK

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Listening to Gay Prayers: An Analysis of Prayers from an LGBTQ Church

William D. Young, University of Texas at Austin

[ Abstract ] [ Article PDF ]

John A. Ryan and the American Eugenics Society: A Model for Christian Engagement in the Age of “Consumer Eugenics”

Charles McDaniel, Baylor University

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In recent years there has been an increasing concern for

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Government Information Quarterly – Journal

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Policy and Politics Journal

As colleagues around the world adjust to the personal and professional challenges of COVID-19, the editorial team of Policy & Politics would like to assure all of our readers and contributors that we are committed to ensuring that the journal will continue to be inclusive and accessible for all members of our academic community.  

We will still endeavour to handle papers in a timely manner and in accordance with our editorial review process.  For early career academics especially, the opportunity to publish is a core concern.

However, we also recognise that for many colleagues, deadlines for peer reviewing, revisions and re-submissions may become difficult.  We know that people’s experiences will vary.  Whilst some may find themselves with more time to read and write articles, a great many others will have additional caring responsibilities or may be unwell themselves.

If this is the case, please do let us know so that

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An American Body Politic – Image Journal

In recent months several of us have quipped that the drama surrounding the Trump campaign and presidency would make for a great plotline on the FX drama, The Americans. A show about Russian spies living in D.C. during the Cold War easily brings to mind our present-day episode of America-Russia relations.

If you watched the most recent season, you might have found your imagination wandering from the fictional Jennings family to America’s stranger-than-fiction reality. You might have had odd thoughts, like: I wonder if that’s really Rob Goldstone’s hair? And then: Tabloid journalist? Or Russian spy completing the Hail Mary of espionage assignments?

Who can know anymore?

Joe Weisberg says his show is less about international relations and more about a marriage. I suspect this is only partly true. Watching Season 5, I realized that The Americans intimates something fundamental to national identities through its particular marital scope: Crucial

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Accounting, Organizations and Society – Journal

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