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What does the future hold for the UK’s oldest Sociology journal?

Earlier this year Britain’s oldest sociology journal, The Sociological Review, joined SAGE Publishing’s comprehensive social science portfolio. As one of the world’s foremost journals of sociological inquiry publishing for over 100 years, The Sociological Review is renowned for its high-quality … Continue reading

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Special Issue: The sociology of hope in contexts of health, medicine and healthcare

Edited by: Alan Petersen and Iain Wilkinson From Health (London) We live in an era saturated with the language and imagery of hope. Patient advocacy groups, welfare groups, and organizations oriented to various humanitarian causes often make direct reference to … Continue reading

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Women managers’ promotion limits in a ‘knowledge economy’

Family binds and glass ceilings: women managers’ promotion limits in a ‘knowledge economy’ From Critical Sociology Women have experienced numerous inequities in paid labor. They have been most severely under­represented in the most powerful managerial positions. There is nothing inherent … Continue reading

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Sociologists get their own SAGE site

We recently launched a new website for our sociology readers and authors, you can find it at: http://sociology.sagepub.com/. We publish more than 70 highly-read and cited journals in sociology and related fields, many of which are owned by societies and … Continue reading

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