Journal of Classical Sociology
|Journal of Classical Sociology|
|Abbreviated title (ISO 4)||J. Classical Sociol.|
|Edited by||Bryan S. Turner, Simon Susen|
The Journal of Classical Sociology (JCS) is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal. The editors-in-chief are Bryan S. Turner (The City University of New York, USA) and Simon Susen (City University London, UK). JCS publishes articles on key sociological thinkers and debates, as well as extended review articles on recently published work in the field of sociological theory. The aim of JCS is to demonstrate scholarly excellence in the study of the sociological tradition. Whilst seeking to contribute to a critical understanding of the origins of sociology, JCS aims to demonstrate how the classical tradition continually renews and revitalizes the sociological imagination in the present day. The journal is a critical but constructive reflection on the roots, formation and development of sociology from the Enlightenment to the 21st century. JCS was established in 2001 and is currently published by SAGE Publications.
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