7th issue

The seventh issue shows that in view of phenomena such as pandemics, climate change, migration or authoritarianism, there are close, complex and contradictory connections between economy, society and politics and that clarification through socio-economic research, teaching and education is urgently needed. The issue contributes to this by presenting research contributions on problem complexes such as economy and democracy, perspectivity and multiperspectivity, situation, interest and politics, subject and subjectification, and discipline and curriculum.

The issue can be viewed at: https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783658329099