The Sociological Quarterly
…is edited by the TSQ editing team at Colorado State University, including Peter Hall, Michael Lacy and Prabha Unnithan. Managing editors include Keith Smith and Chris Moloney.
Did you know…?
In 2015, TSQ‘s 5-year impact factor rose to 1.897. [figures released 3-30-17]
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About The Sociological Quarterly
The Sociological Quarterly is devoted to publishing cutting-edge research and theory in all areas of sociological inquiry. We look for articles that advance the discipline and reach the widest possible audience. Our focus is on publishing the best theoretically-informed empirical sociology. Since 1960, the contributors, peer-reviewers, advisory editors, and readers of The Sociological Quarterly have made it one of the leading generalist journals in the field.
Web-Based Manuscript Submission Process for The Sociological Quarterly
The Sociological Quarterly uses a web-based submission and peer review system called ScholarOne Manuscripts. All new manuscript submissions should be made through the ScholarOne Manuscripts portal here. This system has proven to be quick and convenient for both authors and reviewers, but computer errors sometimes arise. If you have any difficulties with the online submission system at any stage of the process, please email us and we will address your concern right away.
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Interested in Becoming a Reviewer for The Sociological Quarterly?
Apply to become a reviewer for The Sociological Quarterly, write a brief email of application, giving your full name; student status, if applicable; professional position, if applicable; and 3-4 areas of interest or specialization. You may include a brief list of recent publications. Send by email to the TSQ editors.
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If you are a member in good standing of the Midwest Sociological Society, you are entitled to online access to The Sociological Quarterly through the Taylor & Francis Online Library. Featuring a clean and simple interface, this online service delivers intuitive navigation, enhanced discoverability, expanded functionalities, and a range of personalization and alerting options. Sign up for email alerts and RSS feeds, search for related content and click through to references.
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Peter Hall, Colorado State University
Michael Lacy, Colorado State University
Prabha Unnithan, Colorado State University
Chris Moloney and Keith Smith
Office of The Sociological Quarterly:
Colorado State University
B240 Clark Building
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1784
Phone: (970) 491-0443