The Sociological Quarterly
© Midwest Sociological Society
Edited By: Betty A. Dobratz & Lisa K. Waldner
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Online ISSN: 1533-8525
Recently Published Issues
Editorial Office Transition Beginning February 15, 2016
Volumes 54–57 (2013-2016) Edited by:
Betty A. Dobratz & Lisa K. Waldner
Volumes 58-61 (2017-2020) Edited by:
Peter Hall, Michael Lacy, and N. Prabha Unnithan
Beginning February 15, the editorial office of The Sociological Quarterly will transition to Colorado State University where Peter Hall, Michael Lacy, and N. Prabha Unnithan will serve as the new editors. For a few months following the transition, current editors, Betty A. Dobratz (Iowa State University) and Lisa K. Waldner (University of St. Thomas) will continue to work on manuscripts first received before that date and will be responsible for the publication of volume 57.
Any questions related to manuscripts initially submitted prior to February 15, 2016 should be directed to managing editor, Leslie B. Kawaler at email@example.com and queries related to manuscripts submitted February 15, 2016 or later should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Symposium on Prosumer Captialism - freely accessible in issue 56:3!
The Summer issue of The Sociological Quarterly includes a Symposium on Prosumer Capitalism featuring the articles below. For a limited time, these articles will be freely accessible. The issue table of contents is available here.
Prosumption: From Parasitic to Prefigurative
Katherine K. Chen
The Activity of the Consumer: Strengthening, Transforming, or Contesting Capitalism?
Is Prosumer Capitalism on the Rise?
Robert J. Antonio
Defending the Right Lines of Division: Ritzer's Prosumer Capitalism in the Age of Commercial Customer Surveillance and Big Data
Dealing with the Welcome Critiques of “Prosumer Capitalism”