Revue des Sciences Sociales
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The Revue des sciences sociales, formerly Revue des sciences sociales de la France de l'Est, is a French language journal in social sciences (mainly sociology, ethnology and demography), founded in 1972 by Julien Freund, a French sociologist known for its works on conflicts. It is published by the Social Science Department of the University of Strasbourg (France) and by the CNRS research unit "Cultures et sociétés en Europe" (UMR n° 7043). Since 2005, the journal publishes two issues per year, collecting together articles around a given theme, edited by guest editors. Abstract of the articles are available in English, French, and German in the printed issue and on the website of the journal.
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Scientific Editor : Freddy Raphaël (Université Marc Bloch, Strasbourg, France).
Managing Editor : Patrick Schmoll (CNRS, Strasbourg, France).
Georges Balandier (EHESS Paris, France), Chantal Bordes-Benayoun (CNRS Toulouse, France), Raymond Boudon (GEMAS Paris, France), Christine Burckhardt-Seebass (Univ. Basel, Switzerland), Jean Cuisenier (MNATP Paris, France), Giovanni Gasparini (Univ. Sacro Cuore, Milano, Italy), Jose Carlos Gomes da Silva (Portugal), François Héran (INED Paris, France), Utz Jeggle (Univ. Tübingen, Germany), Nicole Lapierre (Paris, France), Marianne Mesnil (Univ. Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium), Sonia Montecino (Univ. de Chile), Jean Rémy (Univ. Cath. de Louvain, Belgium), Dominique Schnapper (EHESS Paris, France), Alain Tarrius (Univ. Toulouse-Le Mirail, France), Alain Touraine (CEMS Paris, France).
Isabelle Bianquis-Gasser (Univ. Tours, France), Maurice Blanc (Univ. Strasbourg, France), Anny Bloch (CNRS Toulouse, France), Marie-Noële Denis, Nicoletta Diasio (Univ. Strasbourg, France), Brigitte Fichet (Univ. Strasbourg, France), Philippe Hamman (Univ. Strasbourg, France), Geneviève Herberich-Marx, Pascal Hintermeyer (Univ. Strasbourg, France), Claude Javeau (Univ. Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium), David Le Breton (Univ. Strasbourg, France), Juan Matas (Univ. Strasbourg, France), Roger Somé (Univ. Strasbourg, France), Patrick Watier (Univ. Strasbourg, France).