Research Publications

Science Technology and Society (STS) Journal

Science Technology and Society (STS) Journal is a ranked journal and accredited by the Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports.
This is the most professionally recognised journal all over the world.
Only some 10 of the journals in the world have this recognition.
It is abstracted and indexed in:

Australian Business Deans Council
CCC
DeepDyve
Dutch-KB
EBSCO
ICI
J-Gate
National Academy of Agricultural Sciences (NAAS)
Pro-Quest-RSP
ProQuest: International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS)
SCOPUS
SafetyLit
Social Sciences Citation Index (Web of Science)

All information about the journal's indexing can be found at

https://au.sagepub.com/en-gb/oce/science-technology-and-society/journal200804#abstracting---indexing

Approved Research Articles for publication for the SATN Issue in the Science, Technology and Society Journal: September 2017

Entrepreneurial-related programmes and students’ intentions to venture into new business creation: Finding synergy of constructs in a university of technology
Ms O Matsheke, Prof M Dhurup and Dr P A Joubert

Higher Education: Catalysts for the development of an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem, or… are we the weakest link?
Ahmed A Wadee and Anshu Padayachee, South African Technology Network (SATN)

TOWARDS AN INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP ECOSYSTEM: A Case Study of Central UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
De Jager, H.J.; Mthembu, T.Z.; Ngowi, A.B. & Chipunza, C. Central University of Technology, Free State; South Africa
Approved Research Reports for publication for the SATN Issue in the Science, Technology and Society Journal: September 2017

ENHANCING INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGICAL CAPABILITIES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF E-WASTE IN THE GOVERNMENT SECTOR: TOWARDS A MODEL FOR SOCIO-ECONOMIC REVITALISATION AND SUSTAINABILITY
Mark Gordon (University of KwaZulu-Natal and Department of Environmental Affairs), Urmilla Bob (University of KwaZulu-Natal),
Anshu Padayachee (South African Technology Network) and Irene Moutlana (Vaal University of Technology)

 PROMOTING ENTREPRENEURSHIP AMID YOUTH IN WINDHOEK’S INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS: A NAMIBIAN CASE
Heike Winschiers-Theophilus et.al

All information about the research articles and reports can be found at

http://journals.sagepub.com/toc/stsa/current