Social Research and Analysis
The Jesuit Conference seeks to direct and carry out analysis of social, economic, demographic and cultural trends of importance to the Society of Jesus in the United States, both nationally and at the regional level; to develop a nexus of learning between social justice practitioners (social ministers) and social analysts; and to coordinate with social analysis and research centers at Jesuit Institutions across the country.
Part of its social analysis efforts includes publication of In All Things, a Jesuit Journal of the Social Apostolate, which covers various issues of concern to the Society of Jesus.
- The Importance of Social Research: A Document from the Society of Jesus’ Social Apostolate Coordinators
- Social Analysis Resources