In this reflective essay, I do not intend to repeat what Fredline A. O. M’Cormack-Hale and Josephine Beoku-Betts as the guest-editors have introduced and examined as the experts on the topic of this special issue. They discussed with competency and at length, the academic and professional backgrounds of the contributors, their methodologies and intellectual perspectives, and the quality of their analyses as social scientists.
My essay focuses on the general values of the impressive works done as I try to contextualize them within broader intellectual and policy perspectives. I invite the readers, potential authors and policy makers to critically examine
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