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Edited By: Bettina Bock
Impact Factor: 1.362
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 25/76 (Geography); 26/138 (Sociology)
Online ISSN: 1467-9523
Recently Published Issues
Sociologia Ruralis Virtual Issue on 'Rural Scotland: from clientalism and paternalism to 'places of possibility'
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Call for Papers
Sociologica Ruralis has placed a call for papers for the XXVI European Society for Rural Sociology Congress, held the 18th -21st of August 2015 in Aberdeen Scotland. Papers should be on the topic of "Places of Possibility? Rural Societies in a Neoliberal World;" abstracts are due by the 31st of January 2015. Click here to read the full call for papers.
Read The Guardian article Badgers' fate influenced by books, research discovers which interviews Angela Cassidy, author of the Sociologia Ruralis article Vermin, Victims and Disease: UK Framings of Badgers In and Beyond the Bovine TB Controversy
Sociologia Ruralis is now one of the featured journals on Sociology Lens. Sociology Lens is an essential new free resource which is a valuable teaching tool for anyone who would like to give their students an example of theory at work.
Ranked "A" in the Sociology category of the Excellence of Research for Australia (ERA) rankings.
Online content now available back to Volume 1 (1960)
All back issues of this journal are available online. Click here to browse content and abstracts. For further information on how to access these articles please visit our Librarian Site.
European Society for Rural Sociology
ESRS is the leading European association for scientists involved in the study of agriculture and fisheries, food production and consumption, rural development and change, rurality and cultural heritage, equality and inequality in rural society, and nature and environmental care. The membership of the ESRS is open to people in and outside Europe who are interested in the study of rural questions.
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Consumer/Producer Links in Fair Trade Coffee Networks
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