Sociology of Health & Illness
© John Wiley & Sons Ltd and the Foundation for the Sociology of Health & Illness
Edited By: Gareth Williams (Managing Editor), Davina Allen, Eva Elliott, David Hughes, Joanna Latimer and Ian Rees Jones
Impact Factor: 1.735
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 11/36 (Social Sciences Biomedical); 20/139 (Sociology)
Online ISSN: 1467-9566
Recently Published Issues
The Editors of SHI are pleased to announce the first Video Abstract. Ligia Maria Vieira-da-Silva talks about her article on The genesis of collective health in Brasil.
Watch the interview between Graham Scambler and Clive Seale
The podcast is split into two parts:
1. Understanding the inequality: Street protests and health care reform
2. What can sociologists do?
Read the accompanying article Health inequalities by Graham Scambler
Listen to Dr Clare Butler on BBC Radio 4's Thinking Allowed talking about her article on Immigration and stammering: negotiating hesitation, side-stepping repetition, and sometime avoiding deviation.
OnlineOpen - The Open Access Option for Sociology of Health & Illness now available
Sociology of Health and Illness Monograph series
About the series
The Sociology of Health and Illness Monograph series provides a sociological perspective on the theory of medical knowledge, the practice of medical work, and the experience of receiving or giving medical and health care. Published annually, they aim to identify and contribute to new areas of debate and research in the discipline and each book is devoted to an important topic of current interest.
Review Articles provide a state-of-the-art overview of the literature and valuable summaries of key areas of work for both teaching and research purposes. These reviews may summarize and critique an established area of work; identify and develop the direction of an emerging area of research; or apply existing sociological theory and research to the analysis of an issue that is generating widespread public debate. Review articles should evaluate the progress of research in clarifying a sociological problem and recommend potential fruitful avenues for further empirical, methodological, and/ or theoretical work. Normal criteria of quality, word length and style will be applied as for reviewing any submission. Davina Allen is the main contact for correspondence regarding review articles (email: Allenda@cf.ac.uk).
Current Review Articles include:
- Considering a complemental model of health and fitness by Ross D. Neville
- The intersection of life expectancy and gender in a transitional state: the case of Russia by William C. Cockerham
- The impact of management on medical professionalism: a review by Dino Numerato, Domenico Salvatore & Giovanni Fattore
- Health inequalities by Graham Scambler
- Politics, welfare regimes, and population health: controversies and evidence by Carles Muntaner, Carme Borrell, Edwin Ng, Haejoo Chung, Albert Espelt Maica Rodriguez-Sanz, Jon Benach & Patricia O'Campo
- Tissue donation to biobanks: a review of sociological studies by Wendy Lipworth, Rowena Forsyth & Ian Kerridge
- Understanding how men experience, express and cope with mental distress: where next? by Damien Ridge, Carol Emslie & Alan White