The SocioSite has been in the internet air since July 1996.
It has been successful in several ways.
The SocioSite is a special kind of e-place. It should be a place in cyberspace that is really about establishing a new culture within the academic community. A culture that is open and collaborative. Where we break down physical barriers and share our knowledge and information.
It has been a hell of a job to make the SocioSite what it is today. And it will take many efforts to keep this site what it was meant to be: an accurate and comprehensive collection of resources in the social sciences. We also intend to expand this guide to include resources from all countries and from all fields of the social sciences.
Without the help of other people this will be impossible to realize. We invite you to contribute to this information system on a more or less regular basis. We want the SocioSite to include high quality resources and texts from all sociological fields, from all countries and in any language.
Do you want to know more about the activities which are expected from a correspondent / editor? Click on the guidelines page for more information. You can also look at the list of current editors.
If you would like to participate in the network of correspondents & editors for the SocioSite please contact the chief editor.