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article FourFourThree article Three of the leading researchers in the field of sociology have teamed up to create an important new journal.
The first issue of Sociology & Ethics is now available.
The journal, which is the flagship publication of the Sociological & Ethics group, is aimed at tackling issues of social justice, inequality and the ethics of science, with the aim of providing a forum for the exploration of such issues and promoting critical engagement with research.
The issue is a collection of essays by more than 100 contributors, edited by academics from across the world, which have all contributed to the issue.
The article will be edited by three sociologists, who will work with the first edition to make it as widely read as possible.
Sociology & Ethics is a quarterly journal that covers social and cultural issues and has published over 700 issues.
The inaugural issue was published in January, with more than 80,000 views.
The first issue features contributions from some of the most notable names in sociology and their research, including Richard Lee, who has written a number of influential books on the study of human nature and the role of media in shaping behaviour.
Sophie D’Agostino, who co-edited the issue, said the editors were keen to provide a platform for those who had previously struggled to find the space to engage with the issues they deal with.
“We have a long history of publishing articles and books on sociological issues,” she said.
“This is not the first time this has happened, and I hope it will be the last.”
In the new issue, there are six articles about the social issues that sociology researchers and others have been tackling, and an introduction by the founder of the field, sociologist Richard Lee.
“Social Justice is one of the few areas of science that has been understudied,” Ms D’AGOSTINO said.
“It is the area that has the highest concentration of the very people who we are trying to address, and who often face very different challenges.”
Sociologists are currently working on a book about the sociology of inequality and have been working to produce a new edition for the first two years of publication.
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