Aims & Scope
The EUROPEAN SOCIOLOGIST (ISSN 2415-6426) is a journal of the European Sociological Association. It has been published in different formats since 1994 and as open access e-journal on its own website since 2018. It is the association’s central source of information and of communication with the sociological community. It is published two times a year and features three recurring sections:
- FROM ESA – articles reporting about the ESA’s activities
- DOING SOCIOLOGY – tips and tricks for doing sociology
- DISCUSSION – contributions discussing a specific topic in each issue
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All comments and articles express the opinions of the authors and not those of The European Sociologist.
Dagmar Danko, European Sociological Association, Paris/France
editor [at] europeansociologist.org
The ESA Executive’s Communications Committee:
David Inglis, University of Helsinki, Finland (Chair)
Sanna Aaltonen, University of Eastern Finland
Milica Antic Gaber, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Paola Borgna, Università di Torino, Italy
Lynn Jamieson, University of Edinburgh, UK
Irina Tartakovskaja, Russian Academy of Sciences
Alan Warde, University of Manchester, UK
Previous editors were Shalva Weil, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2007-2011) and Peter Holley, University of Helsinki (2012-2017). Thank you to everyone involved in the creation and making of the EUROPEAN SOCIOLOGIST since 1994.