British Journal of Sociology

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British Journal of Sociology

Post  msistarted on Thu Jan 06, 2011 9:01 pm

The British Journal of Sociology is an academic journal, founded in 1950 at the London School of Economics.[1] The main founders were the sociologists Morris Ginsberg and Thomas Humphrey Marshall. Their intended title, "The London Journal of Sociology", seems to have been changed by the publisher before the first issue was brought out.[2] The BJS has been considered to be among "the highest-status journals [that] are the leaders in their particular field".[3]

In the course of 19911994, a controversy was carried on in the pages of the BJS between John Goldthorpe and others, regarding the merits and weaknesses of current historical sociology.[4]

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