The Sociological Review

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Edited By: Sarah Green, Mike Michael and Beverley Skeggs

Online ISSN: 1467-954X

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The Sociological ReviewSeminar, Symposium Series
The Board of The Sociological Review are pleased to announce that the journal is sponsoring a single-themed Research Seminar Series as well as three One Day Symposia events. Click here for details and guidelines for applicants

Winner of the 2014 Amsterdamska Award by the European Association for the Study of Science and Technology
Disasters and Politics: Materials, Experiments, Preparedness edited by Manuel Tironi, Israel Rodriguez-Giralt and Michael Guggenheim. Click here for details.

Something to come: a new SR publication
The SR is to launch a new venture called Past and Present: SR classics from the twentieth century. Click here for further information.

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View a collection articles of the theme of Race, Culture and Class

5-Year Impact Factor 2013: 1.111

Prize for Outstanding Scholarship

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The Sociological Review is pleased to announce the latest winning article:

Poverty talk: how people experiencing poverty deny their poverty and why they blame "the poor"
Tracy Shildrick and Robert MacDonald
Vol. 61, Issue 2, pages 285-303, May 2013

Monograph Series

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Edited by Professor Chris Shilling

The SR is home to a prestigious Monograph Series that publishes collections of outstanding and original scholarly articles on issues of general sociological interest.

Sociologies of Moderation  Urban Rhythms

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Call for Monograph Proposals

The Sociological ReviewMonograph Series: We are currently seeking proposals for two monographs to be published in January/February 2017. Deadline for proposals is Monday 1st December 2014. Completed proposals should be emailed to the series editor, Professor Chris Shilling ( All decisions will be made by the end of January 2015.

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