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Call For Papers: Special Journal Of Sociology

Call For Papers

Call For Papers: Special Journal Of Sociology

Background

In this call for papers, we invite you to submit your papers for publication in the maiden edition of the Special Journal of Sociology. Papers will be accepted till the end of November because the Special Journal of Sociology Publishes two editions in a year.

The advantage of this call for papers is that all papers accepted for publication will be published online on rolling bases until the period elapses in line with online publishing and different from print publishing that waits till the end of the period before publishing the volume.

In this call for papers, the first ten manuscripts to be accepted in this call for papers will receive 95% of the regular US$ 250 off discount to get the papers published.  Paper types include but not limited to – research papers, short communication, and letters to editors, reviews, meta-analysis, case reports, book chapters, book reviews, and many others. Submit your paper here…

What We Publish

In this call for papers for Special Jornal of Sociology deals with what the coverage is and may include a wide range of topics that makes better the living condition and life expectancies of the general public. We will accept for consideration:

  • Call for papers on the association between societal well-being and environmental quality is an important topic of sociological inquiry.
  • Papers on environmental sociology that explores the various forms of interaction between human society and the environment.

Agri-food systems, environmentalism

  • Call for papers within our scope on agri-food systems, environmentalism as a social movement, the ways in which societal members perceive environmental problems, the origins of human-induced environmental decline, the relationship between population dynamics, health, and the environment, and the role that elites play in harming the environment.
  • Papers within our scope on the inequitable social distribution of environmental hazards and the processes by which socially disadvantaged populations come to experience greater exposures to a myriad
  • Call for papers on population-environment dynamics, agrifood systems, environmental inequality and justice, environmental hazards and disasters, environmental regulatory agency dynamics, the sources of variation in power plants’ carbon dioxide emissions, and the role that elite-controlled institutions play in harming the environment.

Sociology of gender and race relations,

  • Call for papers within our scope on the Sociology of gender and race relations, population-health dynamics, political economy, criminology, and the governance of commodity chains.
  • Papers within our scope on the Foundations of Environmental Sociology, Inequality, Democracy, and the Environment including environmental Justice and Social Stratification and Social Dimensions of Environmental Disasters

Sociology of sex and gender 

  • Call for papers on the sociology of sex and gender is among the most significant and exciting fields in contemporary sociological research and thought. As a foundation for the development of feminist theory and research methods, the discipline of sociology has been a leading academic field in the creation of
  • Papers on The sociology of sex and gender with details on new and innovative paradigms that study and analyze social behavior, social theory, and social phenomenon from the perspective of women and women’s roles in social life. 
  • Call for papers on feminist theories and the intersection of race, class and ethnicity in the study of women with an emphasis on an in-depth and theoretically grounded analysis of gender and social relations.

National and global social contexts

  • Call for papers on national and global social contexts; women’s participation and transformation of culture, society, and politics; violence against women; postmodern theoretical perspectives; and research methods.
  • Papers on gender studies such as criminology, ethnography, stratification, social psychology, and religion and ethnicity.
  • Call for papers on sociology of crime and deviance is the study of the making, breaking, and enforcing of criminal laws and social norms with emphasis on how best to depict, develop and test theories of criminal and deviant behavior, the formation and enforcement of laws, and the operation of criminal processing systems.

Causes of crime and violation of norms

  • Papers with details on causes of crime, Reasons why some people violate norms, Checks, and balances for both the offenders and the victims? the laws and its enforcement and how are they enforced?  
  • Call for papers on within our scope on state response to crime, and violence with emphasis on the implementation of the death penalty; police abuse of force; international human rights violations; state constructions of, and responses to, juvenile crime; and the complex relationships between law and violence.
  • Papers on criminology with emphasis on developmental and life course issues of crime and deviance including criminal behavior, while tracing the causes and consequences of offending across the life course.

Identity, inequalities, and law

  • Papers on identity, inequalities, and law deal with the ways in which legal and criminal processing systems construct, maintain, and reflect structures of societal inequality with emphases on racial disparities in sentencing outcomes; feminist and critical race jurisprudence; law and society; bias crime; and gendered criminality and laws.
  • Call for papers within our scope on the four genres of ethnography: classical ethnography, mainstream ethnography, postmodern ethnography, and pop ethnography, and these are deconstructed to understand their varying audience, voice, rhetoric, and claims.
  • Papers within our scope on how the self and the social world interpenetrate, as well as how individuals influence one another Including both experimental and symbolic interactionist approaches but concentrate on the latter.
  • Call for papers with details on questions about the nature of the person, the formation of conduct in everyday life, and the ways that people create and change the meaning of objects and actions.

The development of feminist methodology  

  • Papers within our scope with details on the development of feminist methodology in the social sciences and the contemporary discourse on methods, subjectivity, and feminist approaches to qualitative sociology.
  • Call for papers within our scope on the relationship of the researcher to the research site and the research population. with emphasis on feminist research ethics, the role of empathy and emotion in the research process, the role of the researcher as “insider/outsider,” the structural and power dynamics of ethnographic inquiry of how the self as a researcher and the researcher’s social location and positionality inform the research question, the gathering of data, and the interpretation of findings.
  • Introduction of contemporary feminist theories, focusing on how interdisciplinary feminist scholars reconceive analytic paradigms in the social sciences, the intersections of feminist theory and qualitative research traditions, particularly as these are affected by redefinitions of ideals of objectivity.

How knowledge is constructed and deployed

  • Call for papers within our scope on how knowledge is constructed and deployed in practical case studies with emphasis on how feminist perspectives challenge and inform methodology; and how feminist analysis reconfigures traditional disciplinary categories through its attention to gender and sex as they are inflected by other identity formations such as class, race, nation, culture, sexual orientation, and age.
  • Papers on population and health involving the examination of important social, cultural, and economic trends through an interdisciplinary perspective, often making use of demographic research methods and including data on the patterns between environmental conditions and migration, family structure and aging, teenage sexual behaviors and childbearing, and social inequality and health.

Demographic theories and methods

  • Papers on how to apply demographic theories and methods to rich cross-sectional, longitudinal, and contextual data sources, wide range of professional, academic, and research roles in public and private organizations concerned with population issues and problems.
  • Papers on a new and exciting area of demographic research that explores population-environment interactions with an emphasis on the ways in which population patterns are associated with environmental context including the human dimensions of environmental change, the social distribution of environmental hazards, and natural resources and rural livelihoods in developing nations.

Socioeconomic status and inequalities

  • Papers on the effects of socioeconomic status, neighborhood conditions, race, ethnicity, gender, and governmental policies on inequality in overall health, as well as specific health behaviors—including smoking, drinking, and risky driving—and health conditions—such as obesity, perceived health status, and HIV/AIDS.
  • Papers on migration and inequality, including the effects of immigration on both sending and receiving populations with an emphasis on students undertake research on the measurement of migration, as well as the association between migration and social and economic characteristics and the association between environmental context (such as hazardous waste sites and pollution) and human migration patterns.
  • Papers on migration, urbanization, and development; population geography; and formal population geography: analysis and forecasting.  

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