The Journal of Ideology (JOI) is a juried interdisciplinary publication intended to serve as a forum of critical high quality scholarly research and theory development. The JOI will encourage publication of essays that promote innovations of ideology that run counter to conventional theory and premises across the social sciences. An acceptable perspective of authors would be that the minority view in a debate of a particular field, discipline, or issue offers a reasonable starting point for discourse.
Current Issue: Volume 38, Number 1 (2017)
The Impact of a Military Base on Community Volunteering: A Case Study
Norman Dolch, Helen Wise, and Ronald Wade
The Shifting Discourse on Third Places: Ideological Implications
Dr. Mark N. Wexler and Judy Oberlander