Irish Journal of Sociology
Ir J Sociol
Published/Hosted by Manchester University Press.
ISSN (printed): 0791-6035. ISSN (electronic): 2050-5280.
The Irish Journal of Sociology is the peer-reviewed journal of the Sociological Association of Ireland (SAI). Founded in 1991, it aims to publish original high quality articles of interest to an international sociological audience while also remaining a forum for material that is directly engaged with Irish society. Over the last two decades, the IJS has carved out a distinctive space in the field of sociological inquiry and continues to show a fundamental commitment to empirical research and theoretically informed work with an innovative edge. The journal welcomes articles which make a contribution to theoretical and empirical research on topics of contemporary interest, such as democracy, citizenship, globalization, gender, class, religion, media, crime, ethnicity, migration, family, sexualities, development, health, community, environment, knowledge, identity, social movements, and various processes of social change.
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