International Sociology and International Sociology Reviews
Topic of the Month
Initiated in 2016, the ‘Topic of the Month’ campaigns on social media focus on one article each month with the aim of showing the relevance of most topical issues that International Sociology has recently published. During the period of their feature, the selected article is available as free access. This is one way among others to draw attention to the work of diverse sociologists and promote sociology more generally.
Voices of Refugees
Chowdhury SK, Keary A, Reupert A and Saito E (2021) Multi-vocal voices of refugees: A case study of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, International Sociology 36(6), 868–886
Taniguchi H (2021) National identity, cosmopolitanism, and attitudes toward immigrants, International Sociology 36(6): 819–843
Preventing youth radicalization
Vuga Beršnak J and Prezelj I (2021) Recognizing youth radicalization in schools: Slovenian ‘frontline’ school workers in search of a compass, International Sociology 36(1): 49–70
Lakomý M (2021) Differences in social participation of older adults across European welfare regimes: Fourteen years of SHARE data collection, International Sociology 36(6): 906–925.
Scribano A (2021) Emotions and politics of sensibilities in Latin America, International Sociology 36(4): 585–604.
From Sociology to Social Theory
Bosco E and Harris N (2020) From sociology to social theory: Critical cosmopolitanism, modernity, and post-universalism, International Sociology 35(6): 758–775.
Human Rights Activism
Shriver Thomas E, Szabo Adriana M and Bray Laura A (2020) Opportunity and threat behind the Iron Curtain: The failed diffusion of human rights activism in Romania, International Sociology 35(6): 739–757.
Political Control and Education
Bhatty K and Sundar N (2020) Sliding from majoritarianism toward fascism: Educating India under the Modi regime, International Sociology 35(6): 632–650.
Wallace C (2020) Between state, market and family: Changing childcare policies in urban China and the implications for working mothers, International Sociology 35(3): 336–352.
Social science from the periphery
Rodriguez-Medina L and Vessuri H (2021) Personal bonds in the internationalization of the social sciences: a view from the periphery, International Sociology 36(3): 398–418.
Heller P (2020) The age of reaction: Retrenchment Populism in India and Brazil, International Sociology 35(6): 590–609.
Development and globalization
Clark R (2020) Income inequality in the post-2000 era: Development, globalization, and the state, International Sociology 35(3): 260–283.
Mahmoud AB, Reisel WD, Grigoriou N, Fuxman L and Mohr I (2020) The reincarnation of work motivation: Millennials vs older generations, International Sociology 35(4): 393–414.
Wang Q and Sun X (2019) Fertility choices in China under the two-child policy, International Sociology 35(3): 284–311.
Gallo-Cruz S (2019) Nonviolence beyond the state: International NGOs and local nonviolent mobilization, International Sociology 34(6): 655–674.
Stuart D, Gunderson R and Petersen B (2020) The climate crisis as a catalyst for emancipatory transformation: An examination of the possible, International Sociology 35(4): 433–456.
Personalized and racialized precision medicine
Sun S (2020) Between personalized and racialized precision medicine: A relative resources perspective, International Sociology 35(1): 90–110.
Climate change in Africa
Faiyetole AA (2019) Outside-in perspectives on the socio-econo-technological effects of climate change in Africa, International Sociology 34(6): 762–785.
War and mental health
Fatke M and Freitag M (2019) Subtle social stressors of civil wars: Transformation of social networks and psychological distress in Sri Lanka, International Sociology 34(1): 3–18.
LGBT and US college campuses
Rankin S, Garvey JC and Duran A (2019) A retrospective of LGBT issues on US college campuses: 1990–2020, International Sociology 34(4): 435–454.
Living conditions and religiousness
Höllinger F and Muckenhuber J (2019) Religiousness and existential insecurity: A cross-national comparative analysis on the macro-and micro-level, International Sociology 34(1): 19–37.
The concept of trust
Barbalet J (2019) Trust: Condition of action or condition of appraisal, International Sociology 34(1): 83–98.
Homosexuality and China
Worth H, Jun J, McMillan K, Chunyan S, Xiaoxing F, Yuping Z, Zhao R, Kelly-Hanku A, Jia C, Youchun Z (2019) ‘There was no mercy at all’: Hooliganism, homosexuality and the opening-up of China, International Sociology 34(1): 38–57.
Informal Economy in Europe
Williams, CC, Horodnic, IA (2019) Evaluating working conditions in the informal economy: Evidence from the 2015 European Working Conditions Survey, International Sociology 34(3): 281–306.