Sociopedia.isa

Sociopedia.isa

Sociopedia.isa is an online journal that publishes review articles in the social sciences. Entries provide a 'state-of-the-art' review of the literature on a particular topic.

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e-Symposium

e-Symposium

eSymposium contains articles of sociological interest for an international community of social scientists, providing, scholarly research and applied dimensions.

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Social Justice

Social Justice

building a community to access and share resources through an open approach to research, policy, pedagogy and practices on social justice and democratization.

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Global Dialogue

Global Dialogue

is the electronic newsletter of the ISA, in multiple languages. A lively forum for conducting debates and interviews within our discipline. with clashing views, visions and accounts. AA

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Collaborations, Legacies, and Shifts in Chinese Anthropology

In Conversation with Myron Cohen

7th July 2020

Myron Cohen’s research has focused on Han Chinese culture and society in late imperial and ... Read More

How Do Systems Fall in Love?

Lacanian Explorations of Niklas Luhmann’s Communicative Theory

7th July 2020

This essay explores Niklas Luhmann’s contemporary sociological theory of love from the perspective of Lacanian ... Read More

Cartography of Land Acquisitions, ‘Gated’ Development and the Bhu-Andolan that Changed the Discourse on Bhu-Swaraj

An Ethnographic Study of Bhatta-Parsaul, Uttar Pradesh

7th July 2020

This essay delves into the cartography and political economy of ‘land grabs’ in India. Read More

Constructing a flexible life history calendar for research on vulnerable older persons

7th July 2020

This paper raises methodological issues pertaining to the generation of life history data for the ... Read More

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7th July 2020

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The International Sociological Association (ISA) is a non-profit association for scientific purposes.  Its function is to represent sociologists everywhere, regardless of their school of thought, scientific approaches or ideological opinion. 

The goal of the Association is to advance sociological knowledge throughout the world.  In its structure, the Association recognizes the aspirations of sociologists in all parts of the world and endeavours to support and strengthen the free development of sociology in cooperation with similar associations of social scientists

  • To achieve these ends, the Association shall support activities to:
    • secure and develop institutional and personal contacts between sociologists and other social scientists throughout the world;
    • encourage the international dissemination and exchange of information on developments in sociological knowledge;
    • facilitate and promote international research and training;
    • convene meetings and regularly scheduled world congresses;
    • promote publications which support its other activities.

 

 

 

ISA Online brings together four of our key sites into one digital portal.

Sociopedia.isa is an online journal that publishes review articles in the social sciences. Entries provide a 'state-of-the-art' review of the literature on a particular topic.

eSymposium brings together articles of a sociological value and interest for an international community of social scientists, both from the point of pure, scholarly research as well as from applied dimensions.

Social Justice aims to build a global community who can access and share resources through an open participatory approach to research, policy, pedagogy and practices on social justice and democratization.

Global Dialogue is the electronic newsletter and magazine of the ISA. It is a lively forum for conducting debates and interviews within our discipline. It contains clashing views, visions and accounts from different corners of the globe.

 

 

 

 

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