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IDEAZ JOURNAL

 

IDEAZ was founded in 2001 by Ian Boxill (The University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica) as a bi-annual publication. In 2006 it was decided that it would be published annually. The 'IDEAZ' is derived from the word 'ideas', as the journal is fundamentally about articulating new and provocative ideas.

IDEAZ is a humanities and social sciences forum dedicated to publishing interesting and/or controversial ideas about human society. IDEAZ is also a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal that publishes well-argued, well-written, articles that promote cultural understanding, peace, justice and equality.

Volume 3, 2004
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Volume 4, 2005
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Volume 5, 2006
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Volume 6, 2007
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Volume 7, 2008
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Volume 8, 2009-2010
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Volume 9, 2011
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Volumes 10-12, 2012-14
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Volume 13, 2015
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Volume 14, 2016
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Editor

Ian Boxill, UWI, Mona


Associate Editors

Yoshiko Shibata, Kobe University Japan
Steve Winduo, University of  Papua New Guinea
Johannes Maerk, Ideaz Institute, Vienna, Austria
David  Yeaboah, consultant sociologist Ghana/Australia,
formerly of Zayed University, Abu Dhabi Campus, United Arab Emirates and SALISES, UWI, Cave Hill
Anton Allahar, University of Western Ontario

 

Editorial Board

Dillon Alleyne, UWI, Mona
Patricia Anderson, UWI, Mona
Roy Augier, Professor Emeritus, UWI, Mona
David Barker, UWI, Mona
Clement Branche, UWI, Mona
Christopher Charles, John Jay College, CUNY
Noel Cowell, UWI, Mona
Patsy Lewis, UWI, Mona
Rupert Lewis, UWI, Mona
Orville Taylor, UWI, Mona
Don Marshall, UWI, Cave Hill
John Stanfield, University of Indiana, Bloomington
Michael Witter, UWI, Mona

 

Please send subscription orders and enquiries to

IDEAZ Editor
The Centre for Tourism and Policy Research
University of the West Indies
Mona Kingston 7
Jamaica
E-mail: ian.boxill(at)uwimona.edu.jm


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