Sociology Dissertations abstracts global initiative
This unique open-access database provides junior sociologists from around the world a convenient platform to present your PhD dissertation abstract, short bio and contact details.
Established in 2007
The Junior Sociologists Network of the International Sociological Association grew out of the empowering experience of participants at the ISA Laboratories for PhD students, ISA Juniors Sociologists Competition and ISA congresses.
The JSN is the worldwide representation of students, early-career academics and practitioners, regardless of their thematic interests or scientific approaches, who are engaged in studying and practicing sociology and essentially related disciplines.
The JSN aims at providing to junior sociologists a useful organizational platform and a supportive community for sharing relevant information, exchanging ideas and creating collaborations in order to produce and disseminate sociological knowledge, as well as to advance professional careers.
|Board Members||Wiebke KEIM, Germany
Claudia Pato CARVALHO, Portugal
Tembeka NGCEBETSHA, South Africa
Chupe SEROTE, South Africa
Florence Akiiki ASIIMWE, Uganda
Michelle Fei-yu HSIEH, Taiwan
|Chairman||Wiebke KEIM, Germany
Dolores MODIC, Slovenia
Ursa LAMUT, Slovenia
|Chairman||Oleg KOMLIK, Ben-Gurion University and College of Management Academic Studies, Israel|
|Board Members||Dolores MODIC, Kyushu University, Japan
Tamara B. VALIC, School of Advanced Social Studies Nova Gorica, Slovenia
Criteria to become a member of the JSN:
Joining the JSN is free of charge. The JSN has two levels of membership: JSN full member and JSN associate member.
Becoming JSN full member requires:
The JSN encourages its members to join the International Sociological Association and its Research Committee(s), Working and/or Thematic Group(s). To learn about the benefits of the individual ISA membership and discounted students fee see: