Italian journal of sociology on line
Sociologica. Italian Journal of Sociology online is a peer-reviewed open access journal published three times a year. The journal publishes theoretical, methodological and empirical articles providing original and rigorous contributions to the sociological current debate. Founded in 2007 and published by one of the main Italian social sciences publishers, il Mulino, Sociologica is one of the first international journals of sociology published solely online. The journal aims at:
- - debating sociologically relevant issues in an open way;
- - promoting sound intellectual exchange between different approaches within the social sciences, between different theoretical and methodological traditions and between different generations of scholars;
- - exploiting the potential of digital communication to advance active scientific exchange.
Editors (2013-2015) Matteo Bortolini (University of Padova), Luigi Pellizzoni (University of Trieste), Marco Santoro (University of Bologna) Associate editor George Steinmetz (University of Michigan) Editorial board Filippo Barbera (University of Torino), Matteo Bortolini (University of Padova), Massimiano Bucchi (University of Trento), Vincent Buskens (Utrecht University), Anna Carola Freschi (University of Bergamo), Yuri Kazepov (University of Urbino), Emanuela Mora (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milano), Manuela Naldini (University of Torino), Luigi Pellizzoni (University of Trieste), Maurizio Pisati (University of Milano - Bicocca), Dylan Riley (University of California at Berkeley), Massimo Rosati (University of Roma-Tor Vergata), Armando Salvatore (University of Napoli, L'Orientale), Marco Santoro (University of Bologna), Flaminio Squazzoni (University of Brescia) International scientific board Andrew Abbott (University of Chicago), Jeffrey C. Alexander (Yale University), Arnaldo Bagnasco (University of Torino), Marzio Barbagli (University of Bologna), Peter Bearman (Columbia University), Howard Becker (San Francisco), Richard Breen (Yale University), Rogers Brubaker (University of California, Los Angeles), Randall Collins (University of Pennsylvania), Diana Crane (University of Pennsylvania), Colin Crouch (University of Warwick), Diane Davis (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Mario Diani (University of Trento), Paul DiMaggio (Princeton University), Gøsta Esping-Andersen (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona), Gary Alan Fine (Northwestern University), Roberto Franzosi (Emory University), Andrew Gelman (Columbia University), John Goldthorpe (University of Oxford), Mark Granovetter (Stanford University), Peter Hedström (University of Oxford), Patrick Le Galès (Sciences Po, Paris), Omar Lizardo (University of Notre Dame), Mauro Magatti (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milano), Alessandro Pizzorno (European University Institute), Gianfranco Poggi (University of Trento), Chiara Saraceno (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin), Saskia Sassen (University of Chicago), Loredana Sciolla (University of Torino), Alan Scott (Universität Innsbruck), Richard Swedberg (Cornell University), Carlo Trigilia (University of Firenze), Sharon Zukin (City University of New York) Management staff Ester Cois (University of Cagliari), Managing editor, Rossella Ghigi (University of Bologna), Book review editor, Marco Solaroli (University of Bologna), Book review editor, Elisa Bellotti (University of Manchester), Eduardo Barberis (University of Urbino), Joselle Dagnes (University of Torino), Roberta Marzorati (University of Milano-Bicocca), Silvia Mazzucotelli (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milano), Carlo Nardella (University of Milano), Valentina Pacetti (University of Milano-Bicocca), Andrea Pogliano (University of Piemonte Orientale), Monica Sassatelli (Goldsmiths College, London), Tatiana Saruis (University of Urbino), Giovanni Torrisi (University of Urbino), Moris Triventi (University of Milano-Bicocca) Former editors 2007-2009: Filippo Barbera (University of Turin), Maurizio Pisati (University of Milan, Bicocca), Marco Santoro (University of Bologna). 2010-2012: Anna Carola Freschi (University of Bergamo), Yuri Kazepov (University of Urbino), Marco Santoro (University of Bologna)
Management staff: c/o Società editrice il Mulino - firstname.lastname@example.org
Rights and authorizations. Authors having a contribution accepted for publication must fill and sign this letter of authorization. The letter must be returned to the Journal. If the letter is not returned, the contribution may be precluded its being published.
Policies regarding re-use of articles can be found also on Sherpa/Romeo.
Il Mulino adopts and promotes specific guidelines about publishing ethics.
The journal is indexed by: International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS), Scopus Bibliographic Database, Sociological Abstracts, JournalSeek, Google Scholar, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
The journal is rated "A", by the Italian academic research evaluation agency (Anvur), for the following scientific areas: 14 c1 (Sociologia generale, giuridica e politica), 14 c2 (Sociologia dei processi culturali e comunicativi), 14 d1 (Sociologia dei processi economici, del lavoro, dell'ambiente e del territorio).