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Call for Contributions: The Foundations of British Sociology

Originally posted 21st October 2018 By Mark Carrigan When I joined The Sociological Review in 2014 I was aware the journal had a long history. It has been published since 1908, even earlier if you count Sociological Papers as preliminary rather than predecessor, making it the oldest sociology journal in the country. But my role […]

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Call for New Editorial Board Members

The Editorial Team at the Sociological Review are looking to appoint 10 new editorial board members.

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Call For Blog Posts: Reflections On Doing Sociology Outside The Global North

By Irmak Karademir Hazir and Luke de Noronha Despite widespread condemnations of ‘methodological nationalism’, calls for a more ‘global sociology’, and vibrant debates about decolonising the university, sociology cannot sustain the pretence that the ‘global North’ has been decentred. Indeed, sociology, even with its interdisciplinary posturing, remains dominated by theories and methodologies which emerge from […]

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Launching Our Kick Start Grants Scheme

Originally postd 20th January 2018 As part of its support for early career researchers, The Sociological Review Foundation has allocated an annual budget of £30,000 for ‘kick start’ grants. The scheme is designed to support individuals or small teams of early career researchers pursuing field-based sociological research. We support discrete research projects and/or ‘pump-priming’ activities […]

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The Sociological Craft Project

Originally posted 20th January 2018 In the appendix to his famous The Sociological Imagination, C. Wright Mills offered a detailed description of his working practices as a guide for aspiring sociologists. He argued that we need “conversations in which experienced thinkers exchange information about their actual ways of working” if students of sociology are to […]

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Call for Proposals: The Sociological Review Monograph Series

Originally posted 7th February 2018 We are looking to commission two monographs to be published in March and July 2020 respectively. The monograph series is an integral part of the journal. It publishes themed collections of articles of approximately approximately 80,000-100,000 words (around 256 pages). Dedicated to showcasing the very best and most innovative sociologically […]

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Call for Editorial Board Members 2018

Originally posted 15th February 2018 The Sociological Review Journal has been publishing high quality and innovative articles for over 100 years. It is a general sociological journal, covering all branches of the discipline, and its tradition extends to research that is anthropological or philosophical in orientation and analytical or ethnographic in approach. It focuses on […]

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Call for Blog Posts: Populism, People and the Media

Originally posted Wednesday 30th May 2018 Political life in the West has become increasingly volatile and polarised. Anger at elites, disillusion with established forms of representation and experience of economic uncertainty has led to a growth of support for populist parties. This resurgence of ‘populism’ – clearly articulated in the 2016 EU referendum and US […]

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Call for Blog Posts: Sharing is the “new black”? A sociology of the Sharing Economy

Originally posted 31st May 2018 Since the 2013 cover of The Economist, the hype around “the rise of the sharing economy” has been significant. It has provoked excitement for a new economy based on horizontal collaboration and supported by digital technologies. But it has also generated criticism concerning its implications for society. This is fuelling […]

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The Sociological Review Fellowship 2018/2019

Originally posted 29th June 2018 The Editorial Board of The Sociological Review is pleased to launch their writing fellowship for 2018/2019. This is open to early career social scientists working in any area of sociology, social anthropology or related disciplines. The purpose of the fellowship is to provide early career sociologists and social anthropologists with […]

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Call for Sociological Fiction

Thinking and writing sociologically, as The Sociological Review’s manifesto outlines, has always been an art as much as a science. It ‘involves intricate and complex sets of sensitivities and sensibilities that require fostering and developing, orientated towards emerging issues as well as the perennial debates.’  We are seeking high quality fiction that is considered, reflective and attuned […]

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