CALL FOR PAPERS
Special Issue: Challenges of Teaching Sociology
The editors of The Journal of Public and Professional Sociology are soliciting short articles (approximately 3000-4000 words) focusing on challenges of teaching sociology. We seek two main types of articles: 1) analytical articles that represent the scholarship of teaching and learning; or 2) articles that present a creative teaching technique, lesson learned, or solution to a problem in teaching sociology. These can include coordinating student study abroad, analysis of a teaching technique or other original teaching methods.
Submissions will be subject to the regular review process of The Journal of Public and Professional Sociology. The deadline for submissions is June 30, 2013.
Please address queries to Linda Treiber at email@example.com.
The Journal of Public and Professional Sociology is the official journal of the Georgia Sociological Association. JPPS publishes refereed works of research and theory focusing on both public and professional sociology.
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Current Issue: Volume 5, Issue 1 (2013)
Is Smart Growth Fair Growth: Do Urban Growth Boundaries Keep Out Racial Minorities?
Elizabeth P. Ruddiman Ph.D.
Patterns of Interstate Migration in the Mid-2000s: Are Racial Groups Moving in Different Directions?
Charles Jaret and Jim Baird
Making a Case for Multi-Disciplinary Analysis
Matthew J. Richard, Michael G. Noll, Catherine Oglesby, Mark Patrick George, and Tracy Woodard
A Content Analysis of Salvia Divinorum Use on YouTube
Brent A. Paterline and Maria J. Albo