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Sociology is a journal indexed in SJR in Sociology and Political Science with an H index of 123. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,482 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,482.

Sociology focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: presentperception, influence, life, lifesocial, nature, nighttime, northwest, objective, popular, position, ...

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Graph Theory and Social Networks: A Technical Comment on Connectedness and Connectivity

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Montserrat Guibernau and John Rex (eds.), The Ethnicity Reader: Nationalism, Multiculturalism and Migration, Cambridge: Polity Press, 1997, £45.00 (paperback £13.95), x+336 pp. (ISBN 0-7456-1922-3).

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Paul Virilio: From Modernism to Hypermodernism and Beyond, John Armitage (ed.), London: Sage Publications, 2000, £49.50 (£15.99 pbk), 245 pp. (ISBN 0-7619-59020-5 hdbk)

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The New Wave of Heroin Addiction in Britain

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Homelessness: The New Terrain, Patricia Kennett and Alex Marsh (eds.), University of Bristol: The Policy Press, 1999, £45.00 (£18.99 pbk), x+303 pp. (ISBN: 1-86134-150-4)

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Accuracy, Critique and the Anti-Tribes in Sociology of Education: A Reply to Sara Delamont's 'Anomalous Beasts'

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Martin Albrow, Do Organizations Have Feelings? London: Routledge, 1997, £45.00 (£14.99 pbk), xiii+184 pp. (ISBN: 0-415-11547-7).

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Pierre Bourdieu, Practical Reason: On the Theory of Action Cambridge: Polity, 1998, £39.50 (£12.95 pbk) ix+153 pp. (ISBN 0-7456-1624-0 hbk, 0-7456-1625-9 pbk).

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On Understanding Modern Consumerism and Misunderstanding the Romantic Ethic Thesis: a Reply to Boden and Williams

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Deborah Lupton, The Emotional Self: A Sociocultural Exploration, London: Sage, 1998, £40.00 (£13.99 pbk), vii+208 pp. (ISBN 0-7619-5602-6).

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Tim Hall and Phil Hubbard (eds.), The Entrepreneurial City: Geographies of Politics, Regime and Representation Chichester: John Wiley, 1998, £45.00, vi+370 pp. (ISBN 0-471-97707-1).

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Research and Consultancy in Industrial Enterprises

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Sociology Beyond Societies: Mobilities for the Twenty-first Century, John Urry, London: Routledge, 2000, £16.99, 255 pp. (ISBN: 0-415-19089-4)

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Social Integration, System Integration and Collective Subjectivity

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Using an Old Search Engine: the Value of the Times Index

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Solution Centered Sociology: Addressing Problems Through Applied Sociology, Stephen F. Steele, AnneMarie Scarisbrick-Hauser and William J. Hauser, London: Sage, 1998, £41.00 (£18.99 paperback), xiii+224 pp. (ISBN 0-7619-1352-1)

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Mental Adjustment to the Post-Communist System in Poland, Kazimierz M. Slomczynski with Krystyna Janicka, Bogdan W. Mach and Wojciech Zaborowski, Warsaw: IFiS, 1999, 219 pp. (ISBN: 83-87632-26-0)

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Globalization and Culture, John Tomlinson, Cambridge: Polity Press, 1999, £49.50 (£13.99 pbk), viii+238 pp. (ISBN: 0-7456-13381 pbk)

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Historical Data for Health Inequalities Research: a Research Note

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Adorno: A Critical Introduction, Simon Jarvis, Cambridge: Polity Press, 1998, £45.00 (£13.95 pbk), x+283 pp. (ISBN: 0-7456-1178-8 hbk; ISBN 0-7456-1179-6 pbk)

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Anne R. Roschelle, No More Kin: Exploring Race, Class and Gender in Family Networks, London: Sage, 1997, £29.00 (paperback £13.99), xviii+236 pp. (ISBN 0-7619-0159-0).

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Radically Reconstituting the Subject: Social Theory and Human Nature

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News Corporation, Technology and the Workplace: Global Strategies, Local Change, Timothy Marjoribanks, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000, £35 (£12.95 pbk), x+221 pp. (ISBN: 0-521-77535-3)

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