Network priorities for social sustainability research and education

Memorandum of the Integrated Network on Social Sustainability Research Group

Rachelle Hollander, Adjo Amekudzi-Kennedy, Sarah Bell, Frazier Benya, Cliff Ian Davidson, Craig Farkos, David Fasenfest, Regina Guyer, Angelique Hjarding, Michael Lizotte, Dianne Quigley, Diana Watts, Kate Whitefoot

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The Integrated Network for Social Sustainability (INSS) is a research-coordination network supported by the National Science Foundation that is currently in its third year of activities. Individual and institutional members, representing a wide range of fields and interests, are devoted to addressing social sustainability as an important, understudied issue under the broader rubric of sustainability and sustainable development. The INSS has developed a number of affinity groups and a set of activities to facilitate its development. An annual conference draws members together to review and report on their efforts. At the first conference, a group interested in developing a research agenda formed. This Community Essay shares its members’ perspectives about priorities for future research and education on social sustainability, highlighting efforts for greater inclusion of marginalized populations in research.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalSustainability: Science, Practice, and Policy
Volume12
Issue number1
StatePublished - Mar 1 2016

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Network priorities for social sustainability research and education : Memorandum of the Integrated Network on Social Sustainability Research Group. / Hollander, Rachelle; Amekudzi-Kennedy, Adjo; Bell, Sarah; Benya, Frazier; Davidson, Cliff Ian; Farkos, Craig; Fasenfest, David; Guyer, Regina; Hjarding, Angelique; Lizotte, Michael; Quigley, Dianne; Watts, Diana; Whitefoot, Kate.

In: Sustainability: Science, Practice, and Policy, Vol. 12, No. 1, 01.03.2016.

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Hollander, R, Amekudzi-Kennedy, A, Bell, S, Benya, F, Davidson, CI, Farkos, C, Fasenfest, D, Guyer, R, Hjarding, A, Lizotte, M, Quigley, D, Watts, D & Whitefoot, K 2016, 'Network priorities for social sustainability research and education: Memorandum of the Integrated Network on Social Sustainability Research Group', Sustainability: Science, Practice, and Policy, vol. 12, no. 1.
Hollander, Rachelle ; Amekudzi-Kennedy, Adjo ; Bell, Sarah ; Benya, Frazier ; Davidson, Cliff Ian ; Farkos, Craig ; Fasenfest, David ; Guyer, Regina ; Hjarding, Angelique ; Lizotte, Michael ; Quigley, Dianne ; Watts, Diana ; Whitefoot, Kate. / Network priorities for social sustainability research and education : Memorandum of the Integrated Network on Social Sustainability Research Group. In: Sustainability: Science, Practice, and Policy. 2016 ; Vol. 12, No. 1.
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