A new issue of Human Affairs has been published

The 0️⃣1️⃣/2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣4️⃣ issue of our journal Human Affairs has just been published! It covers a wide range of topics from social sciences and humanities, including experiences of women with planned homebirth; depersonalization of politics in the digital age; and analysis of populist communication about migration on Facebook. Some of the papers are available in open access mode. Read the new issue here.

Volume 34 Issue 1

Research Articles

Monogamy as a Force of Social Progress and Women’s Empowerment Gabriel Andrade

“Sacred and Beautiful”: The Lived Experience of Slovak Women who had a Planned Homebirth Branislav Uhrecký, Radomíra Rajnohová, Martina Baránková

The Effect of Social Capital on Perceived Stress: A Comparative Analysis of Employed and Non-Employed Women of Bangladesh Muhammad Rehan Masoom

Micro-Entrepreneurs’ Health Strategies During and Beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic Romana Marková Volejníčková, Hana Maříková, Marie Pospíšilová, Markéta Švarcová

Body Integrity Dysphoria and “Just” Amputation: State-of-the-Art and Beyond Leandro Loriga

Creative and Research Segments of European Humanism: Development of a Single Cultural Space Olena Onishchenko, Svitlana Kholodynska, Iryna Muratova, Yevheniia Myropolska, Maryna Ternova

“Struggle for Peace, in their Own Land” as the Philosophy of the “Nevada-Semipalatinsk” Movement Аlfiya Aitenova, Aktolkyn Kulsariyeva, Aiymzhan Ryskiyeva

Unleashing the Beast: Exploring Incivility and Intolerance in Facebook Comments Under Populist and Non-populist Politicians’ Social Media Posts About Migration Alena Kluknavská, Vlastimil Havlík, Jan Hanzelka

Audience Democracy 2.0: Re-Depersonalizing Politics in the Digital Age Kristina Broučková, Kateřina Labutta Kubíková

Towards the Digital Risk Society: A Review Leif Sundberg

Book Review

Kasanda, A. and Hrubec, M.: Africa in a Multilateral World. Afropolitan Dilemmas Jan Svoboda