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American Sociological Association: Sociological Theory
|Editor: Mustafa Emirbayer, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Sociological Theory (ST) publishes work in all areas of theory, including new substantive theories, history of theory, metatheory, formal theory construction, and synthetic contributions. Although aimed at a sociological readership, its orientation is pluralistic and it welcomes contributions by scholars in other fields. Peer reviewed and published quarterly, Sociological Theory is renowned for featuring the best international research and scholarship.
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Habit and the Body: Lessons for Social Theories of Habit from the Experiences of People with Physical Disabilities Athena Engman and Cynthia Cranford (March 2016)
Community Sense: The Cohesive Power of Aesthtic Judgment Hannah Wohl (December 2015)
The Onset of Ethnic War: A General Theory Shiping Tang (September 2015)
The Public Life of Secrets: Deception, Disclosure, and Discursive Framing in the Policy Process Christopher A. Bail (June 2015).
Religious Dimensions of Political Conflict and Violence Rogers Brubaker (March 2015).
Enduring Illusions: The Social Organization of Secrecy and Deception David R. Gibson (December 2014).
Does Genomics Challenge the Social Construction of Race? Ann Morning (September 2014).
Reconsidering Virtuosity: Religious Innovation and Spiritual Privilege Marion Goldman and Steven Pfaff (June 2014).
The Problem of Excess Andrew Abbott (March 2014).
Gender and Public Talk: Accounting for Women’s Variable Participation in the Public Sphere Francesca Polletta and Pang Ching Bobby Chen (December 2013).
Thinking about Food and Sex: Deliberate Cognition in the Routine Practices of a Field Vanina Leschziner and Adam Isaiah Green (June 2013).
Transnational State Formation and the Global Politics of Austerity Aaron Major (March 2013).