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American Sociological Association: Editorial Offices
American Sociological Review
Mission Statement: The official flagship journal of the ASA, American Sociological Review publishes original (not previously published) works of interest to the discipline in general, new theoretical developments, results of research that advance our understanding of fundamental social processes, and important methodological innovations. All areas of sociology are welcome. Emphasis is on exceptional quality and general interest.
Editors/Manuscript Submission: As of July 1, 2015, all new submissions and correspondence should be sent to the incoming editors: Omar Lizardo, Rory McVeigh, and Sarah Mustillo, Department of Sociology, 810 Flanner Hall, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556; (574) 631-0330; email@example.com. Revised manuscripts and related correspondence will continue to be received until August 7, 2015, by the outgoing editors: Larry W. Isaac and Holly J. McCammon, Vanderbilt University, PMB 351803, 2301 Vanderbilt Place, Nashville, TN 37235; (615) 343-0426; ASR@vanderbilt.edu. Submit manuscripts at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/asr. $25 manuscript submission fee (waived for ASA student members and R&Rs). For additional information, see the ASR website.
Mission Statement: City & Community, published by the ASA Section on Community and Urban Sociology, publishes research and theory that explore and extend the sociological aspects of all kinds of places, but especially the metropolis. Some key topics the journal explores are: community studies, immigration, rural communities, social networks, social support, suburbia, spatial studies, studies that connect specific places to general forces, urban movements, urban history, virtual communities, and studies that examine the core concepts of "place" and "community."
Editor/Manuscript Submission: Lance Freeman and Sudhir Venkatesh, Columbia University. $25 manuscript submission fee (waived for ASA student members and R&Rs). For more information, see the City & Community website or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews
Mission Statement: Contemporary Sociology publishes reviews and critical discussions of recent works in sociology and in related disciplines that merit the attention of sociologists. Since not all sociological publications can be reviewed, a selection is made to reflect important trends and issues in the field. Please note that Contemporary Sociology does not accept unsolicited reviews.
Submission Address for Review Books: Michael Sauder, Department of Sociology, 140 Seashore Hall West, Iowa City, IA 52242; email@example.com.
Mission Statement: Directed to anyone interested in the latest sociological ideas and research, Contexts seeks to apply new knowledge, stimulate fresh thinking, and disseminate important information produced by the discipline. The publication’s articles synthesize key findings, weave together diverse strands of work, draw out implications for policy, and debate issues of controversy. The hallmarks of Contexts are accessibility, broad appeal, and timeliness. By design, it is not a technical journal, but a magazine for diverse readers who wish to be current about social science knowledge, emerging trends, and their relevance.
Editors/Manuscript Submission: Syed Ali, Long Island University, and Philip Cohen, University of Maryland-College Park. For additional information, see the Contexts website or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior
Mission Statement: The Journal of Health and Social Behavior is a medical sociology journal that publishes empirical and theoretical articles that apply sociological concepts and methods to the understanding of health and illness and the organization of medicine and health care. Its editorial policy favors manuscripts that are grounded in important theoretical issues in medical sociology or the sociology of mental health and that advance our theoretical understanding of the processes by which social factors and human health are interrelated.
Editor/Manuscript Submission: Gilbert C. Gee, University of California-Los Angeles. Submit manuscripts at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jhsb. $25 manuscript submission fee (waived for ASA student members and R&Rs). For additional information, see the JHSB website or e-mail email@example.com
Journal of World Systems Research
Mission Statement: JWSR develops and disseminates scholarly research on topics that are relevant to the analysis of world-systems. It includes works that proceed from several different theoretical stances and disciplines, including civilizationists, evolutionary approaches, international political economy, comparative, historical and cultural analysis. It has published the works of sociologists, political scientists, historians, ethnographers, archaeologists, economists, and geographers.
Editor/Manuscript Submission: Jackie Smith, University of Pittsburgh. $25 manuscript submission fee; waived for ASA student members and R&Rs. For additional information, see the JWSR website or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rose Series in Sociology
Mission Statement: The Rose Series publishes high visibility, accessible short books that integrate areas and raise controversies across a broad set of sociological fields. The books will be lively and often involve controversial topics. To the greatest extent possible, they will provide the best available evidence and recommendations with which to address significant public policy issues. The goal is to achieve broad dissemination, both throughout sociology and to broader intellectual and professional communities beyond the discipline. Contact the editor prior to submitting a manuscript to the Series.
Editors/Manuscript Submission: Lee Clarke, Judith Gerson, Lauren Krivo, Paul McLean, and Patricia Roos, Rutgers University. For additional information, see the Rose Series website or e-mail email@example.com. (Correspondence regarding revisions of manuscripts under contract before 2012 will continue to be received by the previous editors: Diane Barthel-Bouchier, Cynthia J. Bogard, Michael Kimmel, Daniel Levy, Timothy Moran, Naomi Rosenthal, Michael Schwartz, and Gilda Zwerman, Stony Brook University; e-mail Sociology_Rose_Series@notes.cc.sunysb.edu.)
Social Psychology Quarterly
Mission Statement: Social Psychology Quarterly publishes theoretical and empirical papers on the link between the individual and society, including the study of the relations of individuals to one another, as well as to groups, collectivities and institutions. It also includes the study of intra-individual processes insofar as they substantially influence or are influenced by social structure and process. Social Psychology Quarterly is genuinely interdisciplinary, publishing works by both sociologists and psychologists.
Editors/Manuscript Submission: Richard T. Serpe, Kent State University, and Jan E. Stets, University of California-Riverside. Submit manuscripts at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/spq. $25 manuscript submission fee (waived for ASA student members and R&Rs). For additional information, see the SPQ website or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Society and Mental Health
Mission Statement: Society and Mental Health publishes original articles that apply sociological concepts and methods to the understanding of the social origins of mental health and illness, the social consequences for persons with mental illness, and the organization and financing of mental health services and care. Society and Mental Health publishes articles that advance the sociology of mental health and illness, stimulate further research, inform treatments and policy and reflect the diversity of interests of its readership.
Editor/Manuscript Submission: Elaine Wethington, Cornell University. Submit manuscripts at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/smh. $25 manuscript submission fee (waived for ASA student members and R&Rs). For additional information, see the SMH website or e-mail email@example.com.
Mission Statement: Sociological Methodology (SM) is the only American Sociological Association periodical publication devoted entirely to research methods. It is a compendium of new and sometimes controversial advances in social science methodology. Contributions come from diverse areas and have something new and useful--and sometimes surprising—to say about a wide range of methodological topics. SM seeks qualitative and quantitative contributions that address the full range of methodological problems confronted by empirical research in the social sciences, including conceptualization, data analysis, data collection, measurement, modeling, and research design. The journal provides a forum for engaging the philosophical issues that underpin sociological research. Papers published in SM are original methodological contributions including new methodological developments, reviews or illustrations of recent developments that provide new methodological insights, and critical evaluative discussions of research practices and traditions. SM encourages the inclusion of applications to real-world sociological data. SM is published annually as an edited, hardbound book.
Editor/Manuscript Submission: As of July 1, 2015, all new submissions and correspondence should be sent to the new editor: Duane F. Alwin, Department of Sociology & Criminology, The Pennsylvania State University, 211 Oswald Tower, University Park, PA 16802; firstname.lastname@example.org. Correspondence regarding revisions of manuscripts already under review will be continued to be received until August 15, 2015, by the outgoing editor: Tim Liao, University of Illinois, Department of Sociology, Urbana, IL 61801; (217) 333-1950; email@example.com. Submit manuscripts at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/smx. $25 manuscript submission fee (waived for ASA student members and R&Rs). For additional information, see the SM website.
Mission Statement: Sociological Theory publishes work in all areas of social thought, including new substantive theories, history of theory, metatheory, formal theory construction, and syntheses of existing bodies of theory. Submissions will also be considered as "Research Notes" and occasional review articles will be published.
Editor/Manuscript Submission: Neil Gross, University of British Columbia. Submit manuscripts at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/soct. $25 manuscript submission fee (waived for ASA student members and R&Rs). For additional information, see the ST website, call (604) 827-5511, or e-mail Sociological.Theory@ubc.ca.
Mission Statement: Sociology of Education provides a forum for studies in the sociology of education and human social development. We publish research that examines how social institutions and individuals' experiences within these institutions affect educational processes and social development. Such research may span various levels of analysis, ranging from the individual to the structure of relations among social and educational institutions. In an increasingly complex society, important educational issues arise throughout the life cycle. The journal presents a balance of papers examining all stages and all types of education at the individual, institutional, and organizational levels. We invite contributions from all methodologies.
Manuscript Submission Address: Rob Warren, University of Minnesota. Submit manuscripts at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/soe. $25 manuscript submission fee (waived for ASA student members and R&Rs). For additional information, see the SOE website, call (612) 624-2310, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mission Statement: The official journal of ASA’s Section for Racial and Ethnic Minorities, Sociology of Race and Ethnicity will publish the highest quality, cutting-edge sociological research on race and ethnicity regardless of epistemological, methodological, or theoretical orientation. While the study of race and ethnicity has derived from a broad and deep tradition of interdisciplinarity, sociology indeed has often been at the forefront of scholarly understanding of the dynamics of race and ethnicity; yet, there exists no journal in sociology devoted to bringing together this important theoretical, empirical, and critical work. Sociology of Race and Ethnicity will provide a fulcrum upon which sociologically-centered work will swing as it also seeks to provide new linkages between the discipline of sociology and other disciplines and areas where race and ethnicity are central components.
Manuscript Submission Address: David Brunsma, Virginia Tech, and David Embrick, Loyola University Chicago. Submit manuscripts at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/sre. $25 manuscript submission fee (waived for ASA student members and R&Rs). For additional information, email email@example.com or visit the SRE website.
Mission Statement: Teaching Sociology publishes articles, notes, and reviews intended to be helpful to the discipline's teachers. Articles range from experimental studies of teaching and learning to broad, synthetic essays on pedagogically important issues. Notes focus on specific teaching issues or techniques. The general intent is to share theoretically stimulating and practically useful information and advice with teachers. Formats include full-length articles; notes of 15 pages or less; interviews, review essays; reviews of books, films, videos, and software; and conversations.
Manuscript Submission Address: Stephen Sweet, Ithaca College. Submit manuscripts at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ts. $25 manuscript submission fee (waived for ASA student members and R&Rs). For additional information, see the TS website or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a two-page with basic information on ASA style and manuscript submission procedures, see the manuscript submission guidelines.
ASA Style Guide
The ASA Style Guide (fifth edition) is designed to aid authors in preparing manuscripts for ASA journals and publications. The 136-page Style Guide is the authoritative statement on style, format, and other specifications for manuscript submissions. Chapters are included on Matters and Mechanics of Style, Preparing Your Manuscript for Submission, Copyeditor's Notations, Reference Sources, and Reference Formats. In straightforward, concise, and readable language, the Style Guide provides guidance and information to researchers, scholars, students, teachers, editors, and others seeking to improve the presentation of writing. Authors will find that the Guide format is familiar and appealing to a wide audience in the social and behavioral sciences, and is an indispensable reference for all those needing to know the ASA style. Stock #701.S14. Order from the online ASA Bookstore.