JOURNAL OF RURAL SOCIAL SCIENCES
The Journal of Rural Social Sciences is a scholarly refereed journal published twice a year that provides an energetic forum for discussions on rural social change. Manuscripts engaging theoretical and empirical analyses that evaluate the factors and implications of rural social change for the southern United States, the United States overall, and at the global level are welcomed.
Visit https://egrove.olemiss.edu/jrss/ to access The Journal of Rural Social Sciences, submission guidelines, and other pertinent information. For more information contact JRSS editor John J. Green (John.email@example.com).
RURAL POPULATION HEALTH AND AGING
The Journal of Rural Social Sciences, the official peer-reviewed publication of the Southern Rural Sociological Association, has published a special issue on rural aging (https://egrove.olemiss.edu/jrss/vol37/iss1/). The collection of four articles and an introduction/commentary essay highlight innovative research to inform education, outreach/Extension, and policy. The special issue was produced in collaboration with the Interdisciplinary Network on Rural Population Health and Aging (INRPHA - https://sites.psu.edu/inrpha/) with guest editors from The Pennsylvania State University, Syracuse University, University of Colorado Boulder, and the Southern Rural Development Center.
Special Issue on Heirs’ Property