Michigan Sociological Review

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Michigan Sociological Review

Aims and Scope:  
The Michigan Sociological Review (MSR) is an official publication of the Michigan Sociological Association (MSA).  As an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal, it welcomes articles within a broad range of theoretical, methodological, and empirical questions.  It also published research and pedagogical comments, reviews of books, films, videos, educational software, and keynote speeches of the annual meeting of the MSA.  The call for papers appears each year in the American Sociological Association’s Footnotes.  MSR is indexed in the Sociological Abstracts.

Submissions:  
Doubled-spaced, typed manuscripts should be submitted to the Editors as an e-mail attachment in document format (.doc or .rtf not.pdf).  Manuscripts should avoid exceeding thirty pages, including references.  Endnotes and citations should be consistent with the American Sociological Association format.  To facilitate academic review and production, the author(s) must sanitize their manuscripts to include only the title, without identification of the author(s).  A second file with author(s) contact information (including name, address, phone number, current position/title, and name of universities), author(s) biography and author(s) acknowledgements must also be submitted.

 

Please submit your paper:

 
or e-mail the Editors Lisa N. Hickman and Rachel Campbell at this address msr@gvsu.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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