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Wissenschaftliches Netzwerk „Die Soziologie soziologischen Wissens“
Research network „The sociology of sociological knowledge“

Social closure in sociology journals: New piece in @SocioFocus sheds light on editors and authors of AJS, ASR, SF, and SP, 1960-2010. Clear evidence of over-representation by faculty from elite sociology departments

Methodological divide of sociology is accompanied by a differentiation in research topics, and also a marginally increasing preference for quantitative methodology (generalist sociology journals from 1995-2017). New study in @sociologyjnl

NEW! Hallett, Stapleton & Sauder: Social science ideas become public when mediators make them objects of interest using them to make sense of news and draw connections between matters of public interest across national and local contexts


On publication strategies: special issue of Sociologica, edited by David Stark, feat. @mlamont6, @shamuskhan, Wendy Espeland, Jens Beckert, @JLeeSoc, Neil Fligstein, Christine Musselin et al. Contributions on purposes, qualities, languages of publications

What was sociology? @Des_Fitzgerald in @HistHum on how a narrative of methodological crisis is sustained in sociology, and on how such a narrative conjures very particular disciplinary futures

"Wir freuen uns sehr über den Preis - auch als Auszeichnung der Relevanz wissenschaftssoziologischer Forschung!" David Kaldewey (@unwrittencross), Julia Schubert (@JuMaSchu / beide @UniBonn) & @JulianHamann1 (@UniHannover). Hier ihr Siegertext [PDF]:

We're hosting a conference on 6th September on the question: what is the future of social theory? CfP out now, submit by 1st June. All perspectives welcome.

How much do you have to publish to get a job at a top sociology department in the US? On the day they start their first jobs, new assistant professors in recent years have already published roughly twice as much as their counterparts did in the early 1990s

New paper address the methodological question of making sense of contradictions in sociological analysis. Rather than proof of unreliable methods, the authors argue that contradictions reflect issues that people grapple with in everyday life

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