The British Journal of Sociology

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Edited By: Nigel Dodd

Impact Factor: 1.314

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 31/142 (Sociology)

Online ISSN: 1468-4446

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January 2010

The crime drop in comparative perspectives: the impact of the economy and imprisonment on American and European burglary rates
Richard Rosenfeld & Steven F. Messner

Ethnic conflict without ethnic groups: a study in pure sociology
Mark Cooney

Crime, policing and social order: on the expressive nature of public confidence in policing
Jonathan Jackson & Ben Bradford

Gangster, victim or both? The interdiscursive construction of sameness and difference in self-presentations
Sveinung Sandberg

Policing the past: cold case studies, forensic evidence and retroactive social control
Martin Innes & Alan Clarke

A micro debate on "Violence"

The micro-sociology of violence
Randall Collins

Is violence natural, unnatural or rational?
Richard B. Felson

The scientific significance of Collins's Violence
Mark Cooney

Reply to Felson and Cooney
Randall Collins

February 2008

Analysing patterns of religious participation in post-communist Eastern Europe
Ariana Need Geoffrey Evans

Modernization and religious intermarriage in the Republic of Ireland
Richard O'Leary

Intermarriage and the demography of secularization
David Voas

The politics of engagement between Islam and the secular state: ambivalences of 'civil society'
Berna Turam

Choosing Buddhism in Australia: towards a traditional style of reflexive spiritual engagement
Tim Phillips and Haydn Aarons

How secular is Europe?
Loek Halman and Veerle Draulans

New ways of believing or belonging: is religion giving way to spirituality?
Tony Glendinning and Steve Bruce

Religious Individualization or Secularization? Testing Hypotheses of Religious Change – the Case of Eastern and Western Germany
Detlef Pollack