Arkansas Journal of Social Change and Public Service

Journal at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock that publishes contributions in variety of formats from academics and others.
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Primary geographic focus: Arkansas
Organization type(s): Media
Acronym or short name: Social Change

The Arkansas Journal of Social Change and Public Service is a vehicle for identifying and addressing the pressing needs of our society. It examines issues lying at the intersection of policy, public interest, academia, and the law, raising awareness of topics insufficiently examined in traditional scholarly publications.

The Journal seeks contributions in a variety of formats not only from academics, but also from advocates, students, and members of the general public in an effort to provide the broadest possible array of analysis and opinion. This approach fosters dialogue that reaches beyond a single discipline or perspective.

Reflecting the fact that world events do not occur in semi-annual installments, the Journal’s content is dynamic, with frequent updates occurring through the efforts of its staff and outside contributors.



Just Having A Great Constitution Is Not What Makes America Great

Jess H. Dickinson
Arkansas Journal of Social Change and Public Service
May 29, 2012
Powerful speech by Mississippi Supreme Court Presiding Justice Jess Dickinson. Emphasizes that all must have access to justice for America to remain great.

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