American Sociological Association

American Sociological Review

Mission Statement

The American Sociological Review is the flagship journal of the American Sociological Association (ASA). The ASA founded this journal in 1936 with the mission to publish original works of interest to the sociology 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 in the American Sociological Review. Emphasis is on exceptional quality and general interest. The American Sociological Review does not publish book reviews.

Editors: Omar Lizardo, Rory McVeigh, and Sarah Mustillo, University of Notre Dame
ISSN: 0003-1224
Bimonthly: February, April, June, August, October, December 

Selected Journal Articles

Sources of Segregation in Social Networks: A Novel Approach Using Facebook Bas Hofstra, Rense Corten, Frank van Tubergen, and Nicole B. Ellison, June 2017
Demonstrating Power: How Protest Persuades Political Representatives Ruud Wouters and Stefaan Walgrave, April 2017
Do Highly Paid, Highly Skilled Women Experience the Largest Motherhood Penalty? Paula England, Jonathan Bearak, Michelle J. Budig, and Melissa J. Hodges, December 2016
Police Violence and Citizen Crime Reporting in the Black Community Matthew Desmond, Andrew V. Papachristos, and David S. Kirk, October 2016
Millionaire Migration and Taxation of the Elite: Evidence from Administrative Data Cristobal Young, Charles Varner, Ithai Z. Lurie, Richard Prisinzanob, June 2016
Accounting for the Child in the Transmission of Party Identification Christopher Ojeda and Peter K. Hatemi, December 2015

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