Etikk i praksis - Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics

Etikk i praksis - Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics (EiP) is a scholarly journal of applied ethics and related political theory. EiP aims to create a broad-based and unique journal for Nordic research within ethics. The contributions may focus on ethical, political or social aspects of scientific and technological developments within different fields, research ethics, and normative power, democracy and culture analyses. The journal provides a meeting place for applied ethics, be it within biotechnology, research, primary and secondary education, childhood, the Internet, culture, nature, business life, sports, the media, medicine, politics or elsewhere. EiP is double-blind peer reviewed and is published open access two times per year in May and November. It is currently level 1 in the Norwegian scientific classification system.

Views expressed in the Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics are those of the authors and not necessarily those of its editors or publisher.


 

 

Published by NTNU Programme for Applied Ethics via the Norwegian University of Science and Technology Library (CrossRef member)

SHERPA classified RoMEO green journal

Indexed in DOAJThomson ReutersEbscoHostPhilosopher's Index and Scopus

Languages: Norwegian, Swedish, Danish and English

ISI/JCR short title: Etikk Praksis
English short title: Nord J Appl Ethics
ISSN 1890-3991
e-ISSN 1890-4009

Latest Issue Online

Number 1, 2017
Special Issue on Family Ethics

Early view

Previous issues (2007-present)


Most cited articles

  Mickey Gjerris, Silvia Gaiani  Google scholar  Web of science
 
  Stellan Welin   Google scholar  Web of science
 
 
 
 
    

Call for submissions 

2018 Special Issue on Globalization, Cosmopolitanism, and Migration:
Ethics of Inclusion and Exclusion
Guest editors: Yusuf Yuksekdag (Linköping University), Elin Palm (Linköping University)
Deadline for submission: November 15, 2017

Transnational migration is a serious challenge that cannot be addressed by a focus on the single nation states alone but must rather be dealt with by recognizing the various bilateral and transnational aspects of emigration and immigration and its effects on different segments within sender and receiving countries. Considering the multi-layered nature of the issue, there are also many challenges and issues faced at the application level by practitioners and policymakers.

The aim of this special issue of EtikkiPraksis is to combine papers which, from various perspectives, illustrate different dimensions of inclusion/exclusion practices, and offer criteria for fair migration governance. In addition, this special issue aims at exploring a blend of empirical data/studies and theoretical analyses. Contributions from practitioners are especially welcomed.

The special issue will revolve around the following overarching questions: What is required in order for transnational migration governance to be fair and effective, especially at the application level? What if any obligations do developed nations have towards irregular migrants and in force of what? What are the challenges of current integration practices? If present-day migration, at least to some extent, is a product of an unequal global order established through colonialism, what moral obligations do former colonies have regarding forcibly displaced individuals? In what ways should the states manage their skilled labor? What are the ethical implications of the unified supranational refugee/asylum policies (such as the recent efforts by the EU)?