ScienceOpen actively promotes scientific outputs and publications that investigate topics related to the SDGs and highlight significant accomplishments in each SDG. Today’s blog will look at research collections and publications that address issues related to SDG 10 – Reduce Inequalities.
SDG 10 seeks to reduce inequalities both within and between countries.
This SDG calls for the reduction of income inequalities as well as inequalities based on age, gender, disability, race, ethnicity, origin, religion, economic, or other status within a country.
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Achieve and sustain income growth and empower the social, economic, and political inclusion of all
Hogrefe Psychology investigates the psychology behind traits of inequality that we witness in our everyday lives, and its research also tries to address issues like inequality between genders, different age groups, or minorities, and the rest of society, through a psychological lens.
- Gender Differences in the Intention to Start a Business: An Updated and Extended Meta-Analysis
- How Schools Can Promote the Intercultural Competence of Young People
- Reducing Endorsement of Benevolent and Modern Sexist Beliefs
- Older and Younger Job Seekers’ Impression Management on LinkedIn: Similar Strategies, Different Outcomes
- The Effect of Priming Gender Roles on Women’s Implicit Gender Beliefs and Career Aspirations
- Social Exclusion, Subjective Academic Success, Well-Being, and the Meaning of Trust
The journals included in this collection cover a myriad of research topics, such as experimental and personnel psychology, media psychology, social psychology, addiction, and many more.
Social Behavior and Personality is an international journal (SBP) that publishes papers on all aspects of social, personality, and developmental psychology. It is another excellent source of articles on social psychology and methods for reducing inequalities on ScienceOpen.
- Lower social status predicts greater behavioral trust in social exchanges
- Interpersonal trust and knowledge sharing: Moderating effects of individual altruism and a social interaction environment
- Effect of empowering leadership on the turnover intention of industrial workers
African Minds provides scholars with the latest books in social sciences, offering innovative approaches, openness, and debate in the pursuit of growing and deepening the African knowledge base. Social empowerment, especially in the field of education, is covered by the following titles. Discover the collection for more books covering topics related to SDG10.
- Disability Access: Opening TVET Education in South Africa through an Inclusive Approach to Students with Disabilities
- Access to Success: Opening Higher Education in South Africa through Community Fundraising
- Positioning Diversity in Kenyan Schools: Teaching in the Face of Inequality and Discrimination
- Low-Income Students, Human Development and Higher Education in South Africa: Opportunities, obstacles and outcomes
Adopt policies to achieve greater equality and strengthen the implementation of such regulations
Michigan Publishing publishes scholarly publications in a wide range of humanities and social science disciplines.
The University of Michigan Press strongly supports the struggle for racial justice. We publish and distribute books in the humanities and social sciences that seek to make sense of society and culture.
We are highlighting just a few titles from Michigan Publishing’s rich collection in social sciences:
- Broadcasting, Voice, and Accountability: A Public Interest Approach to Policy, Law, and Regulation
- Academic Ableism: Disability and Higher Education
- State of Empowerment: Low-Income Families and the New Welfare State
Impact is a collection of high-quality, open-access, and free science reports designed to disseminate research impact to key stakeholders. Impact creates publications that communicate the economic, scientific, and societal impact of research. The titles in the collection cover topics such as inequality, social justice, and policies to reduce inequality:
- Rising Powers, Labour Standards and the Governance of Global Production Networks
- Strengthening Social Resilience through Education for Sustainable Development – Building a Monitoring and Evaluation Framework and Improvement Mechanisms
- Democratic dissatisfaction in Southern Europe: the political consequences of the crisis
Facilitate orderly, safe, regular and responsible migration and mobility of people
The Amsterdam University Press collection provides a comprehensive overview of migration, mobility policies, security, and issues that lead to inequalities among and within national groups.
Discover the wide collection of books, through a selection of recommended titles by ScienceOpen:
- Borders and Mobility in South Asia and Beyond
- Border Deaths: Causes, Dynamics and Consequences of Migration-related Mortality
- Migrant Penalties in Educational Achievement: Second-generation Immigrants in Western Europe
- The Governance of International Migration: Irregular Migrants’ Access to Right to Stay in Turkey and Morocco
- Highways and Hierarchies: Ethnographies of Mobility from the Himalaya to the Indian Ocean
Other highlighted books
- Somalis in the Neo-South: African Immigration, Politics and Race – Peter Lang Books
- Intercultural Issues and Concepts: A Multi-Disciplinary Glossary – Peter Lang Books
- Shi’a Minorities in the Contemporary World: Migration, Transnationalism and Multilocality – Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies
- Kurdish Diaspora Mobilization in Denmark: Supporting the Struggle in Syria – Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies
- Before American History: Nationalist Mythmaking and Indigenous Dispossession – The Sustainable History Monograph Pilot
SDG10 focuses as well on enhanced representation and promotion of developing countries in global decision-making institutions. In this area, books published by Amsterdam University Press and University of Michigan Press provide important insights, promoting expert opinions and high-quality research that may support meeting this target by 2030.
Check out the books:
- An Experts’ Guide to International Protocol: Best Practices in Diplomatic and Corporate Relations
- Government Ideology, Economic Pressure, and Risk Privatization: How Economic Worldviews Shape Social Policy Choices in Times of Crisis
- In the Red: The Politics of Public Debt Accumulation in Developed Countries
UCL Press and the SDGs
UCL Press has a collection dedicated to SDG10, featuring UCL-affiliated research supporting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 10. In this collection, our users can get access to over 3000 cross-disciplinary publications. Take a glimpse at the diversity of the collection, by exploring the highlighted titles picked by us.
- Evaluating structural edge importance in temporal networks
- Distributional consequences of surging housing rents
- Potential Consequences of Post‐Brexit Trade Barriers for Earnings Inequality in the UK
- Ethnic disparities in preventable hospitalization in England: an analysis of 916 375 emergency admissions
- Gender Disparities in Concerns of Cancer Research Participation During COVID-19 Climate
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