Sociology, which has 6 issues per year, is acknowledged as one of the leading journals in its field. For more than five decades, the journal has made a major contribution to the debates that have shaped the discipline and has an undisputed international reputation for publishing original research of the highest academic standard (2018 Impact Factor: 2.817; 2018 Ranking: 16/148 in Sociology).
The journal also publishes a series of podcasts, recorded with authors to provide further insight into articles and sociological research, as well as a Videos page featuring recordings of prize-winning papers through to sessions on peer review.
Mark has been invited to contribute to the journal’s ambition to enhance the number and quality of submissions in the fields of Economic Sociology and Environment & Climate Change, drawing upon his research activities in these areas of expertise.
Everyone at the Bauman Institute offers Mark our congratulations on his appointment!