Sociological Methodology 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. Sociological Methodology 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 Sociological Methodology 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. Sociological Methodology encourages the inclusion of applications to real-world sociological data. Sociological Methodology is published twice a year in February and August.
Editors: David M. Melamed and Michael Vuolo, Ohio State University
Biannual: February and August