Vol. 98 No. 1, April 2022
- A Review of Pi Gamma Mu's 2021 Leadership Development Program.
- Book Review: Cult of the Irrelevant: The Waning Influence of Social Science on National Security by Michael C. Desch.
- Book Review: Digital Identity, Virtual Borders and Social Media: A Panacea for Migration Governance? by Emre Eren Korkmaz.
- Book Review: Doom: The Politics of Catastrophe by Niall Ferguson.
- Book Review: Globalists: The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism by Quinn Slobodian.
- Book Review: Let the People Rule: How Direct Democracy Can Meet the Populist Challenge by John G. Matsuaka.
- Book Review: Liberalism in Dark Times: The Liberal Ethos in the Twentieth Century by Joshua I. Cherniss.
- Book Review: The Anatomy of Racial Inequality with A New Preface by Glenn C. Loury.
- Book Review: The Digital Citizen(ship) - Politics and Democracy in the Networked Society by Luigi Ceccarini.
- Book Review: The Return of Inequality: Social Change and the Weight of the Past by Mike Savage.
- Book Review: What Makes Us Smart: The Computational Logic of Human Cognition by Samuel Gershman.
- Contextualizing COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Among Black Americans.
- International Social Science Review Submission & Publication Guide.
- Pi Gamma Mu Leadership Development Program Review.
- Pi Gamma Mu Presidential Address 2021 Triennial International Convention.
- Prevalence of Overweight among the Middle Eastern Adult Population in the United States.
- Sacred Rhetoric and the Legitimacy of Unrecognized States.
- The Intersectionality Identified within Cognitive Dissonance with a Concentration on the Interactions between Religiosity and the LGBTQ+ Community.