Journal of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies

The Journal of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (JHDHS) is an online, peer-reviewed scholarly publication of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, a global network of academicians and practitioners who wish to promote a world of more dignity and less humiliation. It is designed to advance the study of dynamics of dignity and humiliation, the antecedents and consequences of humiliating behaviors, and interventions to break cycles of humiliation and restore human dignity, believing that this can lead to a resolution of previously intractable conflicts at many levels of society. 

JHDHS, along with the World Dignity University Initiative and Dignity Press, provides a venue for sharing research and a forum for defining the developing field of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, theoretically and in practice. 

An Introductory Message from Morton Deutsch:

"The Journal of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies provides a splendid opportunity for social scientists and social activists, from various disciplines, to contribute theoretical and research papers, as well as papers relating to practice, which will enhance knowledge of the conditions which foster dignifying as well as humiliating relationships and, more importantly, which will enhance knowledge of how to transform humiliating relationships to dignifying ones."

Morton Deutsch, PhD, a founding father of the field of conflict resolution, Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Education, and the founder of the Morton Deutsch International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (MD-ICCCR) at the Teachers College at Columbia University.

For the complete introductory message, please visit: http://www.humiliationstudies.org/publications/journal.php


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This journal is in preparation. First publishing is expected for the Fall of 2014.

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