SPECIAL ISSUE CALL FOR PAPERSTheme: "Intersections and Identities in Contemporary Sociology"
Sociologists have long been interested in issues concerning social class, race, gender, and sexualities. What is the status of these topics in contemporary sociology? Have they been too politicized—or not sufficiently politicized? What have we learned about the intersection of these identities? A special issue of The Journal of Public and Professional Sociology welcomes submissions on these questions. Papers on empirical research, theory, and commentary are all welcome.Submissions are due March 31, 2016.
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