National Law School of India University,
Bangalore, Karnataka, India
This special issue has the objective to promote discussions and reflections related with the social development. The social development search to study the better ways to ensure the welfare state, in other hands, sustainable ways that assure the improvement of people life quality. The social development also can be interpreted as an institutional quality from a population. May also yet be related with the population accessibility level of goods and services, although the economy aspects not be preponderant, it means, can’t observe it only by itself. In this way, this special issue related with the axes that will try to discuss questions as poverty, education, urban violence, genre, social economy and social inequality. This issue has a great importance because it will treat about everyday affairs, social reality exhibiting its bad ones or virtues. Thus, the works associated with this special issue should to show evident search problems sustained in existing theories, clear objectives, theoretical or quantitative method, results, besides to show ways and contributions to society and/or literature. In general, this special issue must to reveal works that answer the following question: “What’s the ways to improve the welfare state in a society and what’s the most sustainable ways to reach up that objectives?”.