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“…Standards ISO 14040:2006 and ISO 14044:2006 establish a generic framework for the elaboration of LCA. However, Social Impact Assessment methodologies at product level need flexibility due to their immaturity and specific background requirements [22,23] for S-LCA. In fact, it is recommended to use a simultaneous work with both quantitative and qualitative indicators, because the former may not cover social dimensions completely [24].…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Standards ISO 14040:2006 and ISO 14044:2006 establish a generic framework for the elaboration of LCA. However, Social Impact Assessment methodologies at product level need flexibility due to their immaturity and specific background requirements [22,23] for S-LCA. In fact, it is recommended to use a simultaneous work with both quantitative and qualitative indicators, because the former may not cover social dimensions completely [24].…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…While recognizing the importance of integrating social impacts in life cycle assessment (LCA) started in the 1990s (O'Brien et al 1996), there has been struggle to develop a standardized methodology for S-LCA (Huertas-Valdivia et al 2020). A comprehensive overview of the history of S-LCA development can be found in Benoît et al (2010) andRamos Huarachi (2020). Essential improvements to integrate he social dimension in LCA were proposed by Dreyer et al (2006) and Gauthier (2005).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Prior to this study, other authors [15,16] conducted bibliometric analyses to examine life-cycle assessment (LCA). Most recently, Ramos Huarachi and his colleagues [17] employed VOSviewer software to analyze the most significant S-LCA literature, identifying the historical evolution of the concept (distinguishing four stages of research) and highlighting the main frameworks for social life-cycle impact assessment (SLCIA) methods (type I and type II). These authors assert that "there is still a long way ahead to achieve scientific maturity" in S-LCA and strongly recommend continuing research on themes in S-LCA and social sustainability [17] (p.1).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Most recently, Ramos Huarachi and his colleagues [17] employed VOSviewer software to analyze the most significant S-LCA literature, identifying the historical evolution of the concept (distinguishing four stages of research) and highlighting the main frameworks for social life-cycle impact assessment (SLCIA) methods (type I and type II). These authors assert that "there is still a long way ahead to achieve scientific maturity" in S-LCA and strongly recommend continuing research on themes in S-LCA and social sustainability [17] (p.1). Our paper thus aims to provide an objective supplement to prior evaluations of the literature through visual classification of the main topics, authors, and journals on S-LCA.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%