Printed books, in addition to their honorable utilitarian functions, immediate or not, make up an important collection of documents and testimonies of the culture and history of different human societies. For these same reasons, books are published, collected, preserved, disseminated, guarded, recommended, coveted, lent, republished and, it must be said, controlled, prohibited, censored, and destroyed.
There are no Human Rights without democracy; without a Republic, dictatorship, ignorance, contempt for public policies, health, and education prevail; without the Democratic State of Law, only the autocratic, authoritarian, abusive and denialist forms of Humanity itself thrive.
Call for papers The Brazilian Research and Studies Journal is seeking submissions related to the following topics: Political Sciences, International Relations, Economy, Gender Studies, Law and Communication Studies. Other related tracks and topics will also be considered. Submitted texts will be evaluated by our Editorial team and a Peer-reviewed commission. All submissions should report original and previously unpublished research results, no matter the type of research paper you are presenting. Manuscripts should meet the format set by BRaS-J guidelines and are subject to review. – Please submit your papers via the ONLINE SUBMISSION FORM. – For more information about the BRaS-J, you are welcome to contact the Editorial team directly via email@example.com Important deadlines are: Paper Submission Deadline: 01.10.2022 BRaS-J (Vol II) Publishing date: 30.01.2023 We encourage you to invite colleagues to participate and submit original research for the call for papers 2022.