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The International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy is genuinely global in its reach and scope, providing an interdisciplinary forum for research and debate in sociology and social policy, with a focus on topics related to economic and management issues (e.g., corporate social responsibility, business ethics, work organisation, entrepreneurship).
We are keen to publish articles on the burning issues in sociological research centred on the study of the economy, family and work, including articles on the informal economy and unpaid work.
The journal publishes peer-reviewed, academic articles in all areas of sociology and social policy, but predominantly with an international and/or comparative relevance.
The journal also publishes special themed issues under the guidance of a guest editor.
The journal reflects current thought and practice, presenting comprehensive coverage of issues of international importance, in a lively and informative way.
Quick turn around time: The average time from submission to decision is 24 days.
International authorship and readership
• Countries with most contributing authors and article downloads: United Kingdom, United States, Malaysia, Australia, China, Germany
Serves a global audience that includes policy makers and advocates as well as social scientists
The glass ceiling of corporate social responsibility: Consequences of a business case approach towards CSR
André H.J. Nijhof, Ronald J.M. Jeurissen
Fathers and work-life balance in France and the UK: policy and practice
Abigail Gregory, Susan Milner
The importance of management style in labour retention
Ian M. Taplin, Jonathan Winterton
Confronting the “corporate citizen”: Shaping the discourse of corporate social responsibility
Jon Burchell, Joanne Cook
Media’s social construction of environmental issues: focus on global warming – a comparative study
Jaclyn Marisa Dispensa, Robert J. Brulle
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