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A blog can be anything you want it to be: an online diary, a commentary on news events, or a chat room for your friends. It can also be a medium for social scientists to communicate with collegues, and to share their insights and uncertainties with a broader public. Here is a list of the most interesting blogs.
Additions are highly appreciated.
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  1. Abercrombie, Nicholas
    Department of Sociology, Lancester University, UK.

  2. Academic Blog Portal
    The academic blogosphere is a kind of «invisible college». It’s all «work in progres» and will remain that way. On this wiki-site users can themselves add blogs and other forms of content that may be useful to academic bloggers.

  3. Aldrich, Howard |
    Department of Sociology, University of Nort Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA.

  4. Anderson, Ron - Sociological Eye |
    A blog that uses the lens of sociology to shed light on world problems and give perspective to Amerian society and the American character. Anderson is Prof. Emeritus of sociology at the University of Minnesota.

  5. Anklam, Patti - Making networks work at word and in the world
    An independent consultant with expertise in collaboration practices, social network analysis, value network analysis, and knowledge management systems strategy and architecture.

  6. Anthropology News - American Anthropological Association (AAA)

  7. Anthropology in the News - Texas A&M University, USA.

  8. AnthropologyWorks |
    A project of the Culture in Global Affairs (CIGA) research and policy program of the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University (GWU) in Washington, D.C.

  9. Arbeitsgemeinschaft Social Media | - Germany

  10. Axelrod, Robert |
    Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, University of Michigan, USA.



  11. Baigorii, Artemio |
    A sociologist at the University of Extremadura, Badajoz, Spain.

  12. Baily, Gavin
    A social researcher, specialising in community cohesion, extremism, and democracy / community engagement.

  13. Baker, Wayne - Our Values
    Baker works at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business and is specialized in researching the question of values. He tries to help people more clearly understand the core beliefs and desires that motivate us and shape our vision of the world around us.

  14. Bauberot, Jean - Laïcité et regard critique sur la société
    Bauberot is the founder and former Director of the Sociology of Religion and Secularism Group (CNRS-EPHE) and now holder of the chair «Histoire et Sociologie de la Laïcité» (EPHE, Sorbonne).

  15. Becker, Howard S. - Howies home page |
    Professor of Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA.

  16. Benschop, Albert - Peculiarities of Cyberspace |
    Department of Sociology, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

  17. Bellah, Robert Neelly |
    Department of Sociology, University of California, USA.

  18. Berger, Peter A. |
    Dept. of Sociology, University of Rostock, Germany.

  19. Bertram, Hans |
    Micro sociology, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany.

  20. Booker, Martin
    University of Edinburgh, UK.

  21. Boronoev, Asalkhan Olzonovich
    Department of Theory & History of Sociology, St.-Petersburg State University, Russia.

  22. Blug, Monte - A Backstage Sociologist
    A blog by backstage sociologist Monte Bute. His stories, creative insights and critiques are anchored in his roundabout journey from Red Wing Boy’s Reformatory to anti-war activist to sociology professor.

  23. Brake, David - blog.org - UK
    Daily updates on the internet and its social and public policy implications useful websites, political/cultural musings.

  24. Brauer, Chris - Media Project
    Goldschmiths College, London, UK

  25. Brian, Éric |
    Centre Maurice-Halbwachs, Paris, France

  26. Briatte, François
    University of Lille, France.

  27. Bridges, Jennifer L. - Random Rants and Ravings
    University of Texas, USA

  28. Bridges, Tristan - Inequality by (Interior) Design
    A blog that deals with the relationship between gender and sexual inequality and social space. Inequalities are patterned relationships between groups of people; they are also literally embedded within the social spaces within which we interact. Therefore inequality is reproduced in ways that feel natural, but are actually designed. Gender and sexual inequality are among the most intimate forms of inequality that exist. This blog is the start of a project on “man caves” in contemporary couple households. These are some of his main questions. How do men and women talk about, use, justify, and decorate man caves? What role do man caves play in relationships? Where did man caves come from and where are they now? Do women also have special caves?

  29. Brockport Sociology
    A blog maintained by the Sociology Department at The College at Brockpost, State University of New York, USA.

  30. Brown, Cliff
    Department of Sociology, University of New Hampshire, USA.

  31. Bry, François -Erlebt - Munich, Germany

  32. Burton-Cartledge, Phil - A Very Public Sociologist - UK
    Interested in a sociology with a militant twist? This is the place to look. Phil does Labour Party and trade union things. Reads books, plays retro video games, and owns an impeccable music taste. Tweets too much. He knows the answer on the question ‘why I blog’: I think therefore I blog.
    Phil wants to promote the sociological imagination and to challenge misconceptions, misrecognition and stupidity. And he enjoys it.

  33. Burt, Ronald, S. |
    Professor of Sociology and Strategy, University of Chicago, USA.



  34. Camus, Christophe - soci & archi - France
    Thinking about the sociology of architecture.

  35. Castellani, Brian - Sociology and Complexity Blog
    Kent State University, USA.

  36. Castells, Manuel |

  37. Chauvel, Louis - University of Luxembourg

  38. Citings and Sightings
    This blog scans the journals and tracks the media for the best in cutting edge social science. It is served up in a consice, snappy style. Editors: Shannon Golden, Kyle Green, Jeremy Minyaard, Hollie Nyseth and Sarah Shannon.

  39. Cohen, Philip N. - Family Inequality
    University of Maryland, College Park, USA.

  40. Colombi, Denis - Une heure de peine - France

  41. Color Line, The
    Applying sociological concepts, trends, and data to more fully understand the real-world issues related to race, ethnicity, and immigration in 21st century American society.

  42. Comas, Jordi - The Nets We Weave
    Bucknell University, USA.

  43. Communication and Information Technologies
    CITASA is a section of the American Sociological Association (ASA). It supports research, teaching and other professional activities related tot the social aspects of computing, the internet, new media, computer networks, and other communication and information technologies.

  44. Content Analysis

  45. Contexts blog
    A blog associated with Contexts, a quarterly magazine that makes cutting-edge social research accessible to general readers.

  46. Coulmont, Baptiste - University of Paris 8, Vincennes (Saint-Denis), France

  47. Cranky Sociologists, The

  48. Schepflin, Todd - Creative Sociology - Niagara University

  49. Crooked Timber

  50. Cyborology
    We live in a cyborg society. Technology has infiltrated the most fundamental aspects of our lives: social organization, the body, even our self-concepts. With the vast proliferation and diffusion of new technologies throughout society, techno-human syntheses occur in more aspects of our lives than ever before. Advances in medicine augment our bodies with technology (e.g., pills, pacemakers, IUDs, breast implants, Viagra, contact lenses). Communication is increasingly technologically mediated (e.g., radio, television, the web, mobile devices). We are experiencing a proliferation of personal devices like the smart phone, which is, essentially, a computer we carry with us wherever we go, often sleeping with them at our bedsides and using them check our profiles and messages first thing in the morning. It is not difficult to imagine a future where we begin to look like the cyborgs found in movies. This collective blog chronicles our new, augmented reality. Editors: David A. Banks (PhD candidate at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s Science and Technology Studies Department) & Jenny Davis (Assistant Professor of Sociology at James Madison University).



  51. Davies, Will - Potlatch
    Davies is lecturer at Goldsmith, University of London. He published critical studies on the limits of neoliberalism and on how the government and big business are selling our wellbeing.

  52. Deflem, Mathieu |
    Professor of Sociology, University of South Carolina, USA

  53. Desplan Fabrice - Sociologiser - France

  54. Deuze, Mark |
    Mediastudies at University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.

  55. Di Molfetta, Roberto - Blog Sociologia - Italy

  56. Dinekes’ Anthropological Blog

  57. Disgruntled Sociologist, The
    Don’t expect normal sociological discourse, this one (an anonymous he or she) just wants to vent and grumble about the state of sociological research.

  58. Dores, António Pedro |
    A prison sociologist form Spain.



  59. Education & Society
    Education & Society integrates research and real life. It is curated by an interdisciplinary group of education researchers.

  60. Elwell, Frank
    Murray State University, USA.

  61. Engagement
    A blog published by the Anthropology and Environment Society, a section of the American Anthropological Association.

  62. Éthis, Emmanuel - socioBLOG | - France
    As a sociologist of culture professor Éthis teaches information sciences and communication at the University of Avignon, France.

  63. Ethno::log
    News on ethnology, social and cultural anthropology and cyberanthropology. Editors: staf of the Institut für Ethnologie und Afrikanistik in München, Germany.

  64. Etzioni, Amitai | - George Washington University, USA
    Personal and communitarian reflections of a grand master of sociology.

  65. EurekAlert
    The first site for scientific news since 1996, including a section for the social sciences. Published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.



  66. Fath, Sébastien - France
    A blog on religion, secularization and diversity.

  67. Feminist Reflexions
    Thinking through everyday lives with feminist sociological lenses, The contributors include several sociologists: Gayle Sulik (University at Albaby), Meika Loe (Colgate University), Tristan Bridges (College at Brockport), Trina Smith (Georgia Southern University), Amy Blackstone (University of Main), and Minda Fried

  68. Fer, Yannick - France
    A blog on the sociology of christianity and evangelical movements.

  69. Fernandez, Fabrice - Santé et problèmes sociaux - France

  70. Fischer, Claude S. - Made in America - University of California, Berkeley, USA
    Notes on American life from American history.

  71. Fleissner, Peter |
    European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Exenophobia (EUMC), European Union, Vienna, Austria.

  72. Fürstenberg, Friedrich
    Universität Bonn, Germany.
    Biography, complete bibliography as well as information about research and samples from publications concerning social strcuture, sociology of work, sociology of religion and own research in Japan (Text in German).



  73. Gasquet, Béatrice de
    Sociology lecturer at the University Paris Diderot. She is specialized in gender and religion.

  74. Geer, Benjamin - Research in my eye [Arabic]
    A historian/sociologist who works at the Middle East Institute (Mei) at the National University of Singapore.

  75. Geser, Hans |
    Sociological Institute, University of Zurich, Switzerland.

  76. Gesser, Chad M. - The Sociology Blog - Owensboro Community and Technical College, USA
    A sociology teacher who writes primarily for his students, colleagues and friends, and for himself. The blog contains articles, research, and other information that highlight concepts in the field of sociology.

  77. Giddens, Anthony
    Emeritus Professor London School of Economics, UK.

  78. Gimenez, Martha E.
    Sociological Institute, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA.

  79. Girl w/Pen
    A team of editors, regular columnists, and contributing writers: students, sociology professors, feminists, writers etc.

  80. Give Methods a Chance
    A podcast devoted to research methods in practice. Listen to top scholars introduce a multitude of approaches to answer important questions and share stories about their experiences studying the social world. Designed for students, scholars, and society. Kyle Green & Sarah Lageson, PhD candidates in sociology at the University of Minnesota, USA.

  81. Global Sociology Blog, The
    Editor: Ryan Geyer, sociology teacher at a large Midwestern community college in the USA.

  82. Godechot, Olivier - France

  83. Gombin, Joël - Politiques, Ecologies, Mobilités, Réreseaux - France

  84. Gordy, Eric - East Ethnia
    The editor is a political sociologist teaching at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) of the University College London, UK.

  85. Granado, António - PhDweblogs - Portugal
    An attempt to bring together all the weblogs of PhD students from around the world.

  86. Graphic Sociology

  87. Greer-Pitt, Sue - Sociological Stew - Community College of Kentucky, USA
    A passionateley opiniated sociologist, with a great motto: “If humans do it, it’s fair game to sociology.”

  88. Groupe fmr (flux, matrices, réseaux) - France
    The main objective of this blog is to monitor network analysis and the development of collaborative tools analysis. It also aims to popularize the concepts, methods and tools of network analysis. Editors: Laurant Bauguitte, Françoise Bahoken, Matthew Drevelle, Serge Lhomme, Marion Maisonobe.

  89. Gruntled Center
    A daily research-and-policy oriented blog about family life and religion.

  90. Guenther, Tina - sozlog - Otto-Friedrich-University of Bamberg, Germany
    Her research interests and publications focus on economic and organizational sociology, knowledge, communication and social media.



  91. Hargittai, Esther - Princeton, USA
    Thoughts and comments about sociology, internet, academia, teaching, research, books and movies to current events, and some funny stuff.

  92. Harrington, Brooke - Economic Sociology - Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
    A blog that explores the social underpinnings of money and markets. It seeks to repair the gap between the disciplines of sociology and economics.

  93. Harris, Dave & Colleagues - AraSite
    College of St. Mark and St. John.

  94. Have, Paul ten
    Specialized in qualitative research (conversation analysis) and ethomethodology. University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.

  95. Hdez, Christian - Sociología Contemporánea |

  96. Healy, Kieran - University of Arizona, USA
    Social commentary from a sociologist of the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University, USA.

  97. Heidensohn, Frances
    Sociology Department, London School of Economics (LSE), UK.

  98. Hellmann, Kai-Uwe - Commercial Communities
    Department of Sociology, Technical University of Berlin, Germany.

  99. Hirschman, Dan - A (Budding) Sociologist’s Commonplace Book - University of Michigan, USA.
    A student in economic sociology who examines the emergence of the macroeconomy as an object of knowledge in the first half of the 20th century.

  100. How Society Works

  101. Human Rights - American Anthropological Association (AAA)
    A forum to discuss human rights issues in anthropology. It tries to mobilize anthropologists for the support of human rights.

  102. Humer, Stephan - InternetSoziologie - Germany



  103. INCITE - UK
    An incubator for critical inquiry into technology and ethnography, based at the University of Surrey. Researchers report on methodological and theoretical matters, and discuss their various research projects as they progress. Director: Nina Wakeford.

  104. Internetforschung - University of Vienna, Austria
    A blog from an interdisciplinary internet research group.

  105. Iran Sociology
    Sociological analyses of socio-cultural and developmental problems of Iran. The author chastises the -increasing- lack of respect for basic human rights in Iran. The Iranian authorities have systematically suppressed freedom of expression and opinion since April 2000. And since 2005 the respect for basic human rights in Iran, especially freedom of expressio and opinion, has deteriorated considerably. Editor: T,A.



  106. Jensen, Jakob Linaa - Aarhus, Denmark
    A research diary and general thoughts about internet, democracy, society, and ...

  107. Jakubowicz, Andrew - University of Technology Sydney, Australia

  108. Jokisch, Rodrigo
    Dept. of Political and Social Sciences, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico.



  109. Keel, Robert O.
    Department of Sociology, University of Missouri-St.Louis, USA.

  110. Koehler, Benedikt - Viralmythen - Munich, Germany

  111. Krohn, Todd - The Power Elite



  112. Larson, Jeff - Dried Sage - Tucson, Arizona, USA

  113. Larvatus Rodeo - Australia
    An Australian group blog which discusses politics, sociology, culture, life, religion and science from a left of centre perspective.

  114. Le, C.N. - University of MA, Amherst, USA.

  115. Lemieux, Cyril - France

  116. Lena, Jennifer C. - What Is The What - Vanderbilt University, USA.

  117. Levine, David K.
    Department of Economics, Washington University in St. Louis, USA.

  118. Lindenberg, Siegwart Michael
    Professor of Theoretical Sociology, University of Groningen, Netherlands.

  119. Little, Daniel - Understanding Society - University of Michigan-Dearborn, USA.

  120. Loose, Joachim
    Institut für Soziologie, Friedrich Schiller Universität, Jena, Germany.

  121. Los No Herederos - Dept. of Sociology, Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina
    A group of students and graduates of the department of sociology of Rosario. They seek to create an identity of the specialty in the city and area.

  122. Lupton, Deborah - This Sociological Life - University of Sydney, Australia

  123. Luster, Jonas M.
    We share his love for Frankfurt, and for the SocioSite.



  124. Marx, Gary T.
    Professor Emeritus M.I.T. Articles on social control, social movements and mass behavior, race relations and the academic profession.

  125. Mauco, Olivier - Game in Society - France
    A blog dedicated to video games in society.

  126. Maura, Pierre - Comprendre | - France

  127. Mayeda, David - The Grumpy Sociologist
    A sociology blog with emphases on sports, masculinities, popular culture, and violence.

  128. Media Policy @ LSE
    A group weblog on media of the Department of Media & Communications at the London School of Economics.
    An inquiry into social networks and social relationships among people in complex organizations.

  129. Memoires of a SLACer
    The author is “John”, a pseudonymous assistant professor at a small liberal arts college (SLAC).

  130. Mercklé, Pierre - France

  131. Miskolci, Richard - Corpo Identidades e Subjectivações
    Saõ Paulo, Brasil.

  132. Monkey Cage, The
    The authors are John Sides (Georg Washington), Erik Voeten (Georgetown), Andrew Gelman (Columbia), Joshua Tucker (NYU), Henry Farrell (George Washington). They are all professors of political science in the USA. The motto: “Democracy is the art of running the circus from the monkey cage” [H.L. Mencken].

  133. Moloney, Molly - Santa Barbara, CA, USA.

  134. Montclair SocioBlog - Montclair State University, Sociology Department
    A blog by some members of the Montclair State Sociology Department: Yasemin Besen, Jay Lvingston, and Faye Allard.

  135. Moorehead, Robert - College of DuPage, Glen Ellyn IL, USA

  136. Moskos, Peter C. - Cop in the Hood

  137. Muchielli, Laurant - Délinquance, justice et autres questions de société - France
    A personal blog on crime, justice and other social issues.



  138. Nielson Michael - PsyRel - Georgia Southern University, USA
    Research, news and commentary on the social-psychological study of religion.



  139. L’Observatoire des Inégalités - France
    Rising inequality is a serious trheat to our society. The Observatory Inequality tries to help all those who are fighting against the deterorisating social situations and give them the means of quality information.

  140. Old and Wise - Sociology - Korea

  141. Orgtheory
    “The science of association is the mother science; the progress of all the others depends on the progress of that one” [Alexis de Tocqueville].

  142. Office Hours - University of Minnesota, USA
    Conversations with the top social scientists about theri research and the social world. Editors: Jesse Wozniak, Arturo Baiocchi, Sarah Lageson and Jon Smajda.

  143. Oorschot, Wim van
    Department of Sociology, Tilburg University, Netherlands.

  144. Organizations, Occupations and Work
    A blog of the section of the American Sociological Association.

  145. Outhwaite, William
    Newcastle University, UK.



  146. Permutations
    Official blog of the Mathematical Section of the ASA. The authors are united by a common interest in using mathematics to understand social life.

  147. Politicaonline.it - Italy
    An space for scientific discussion on digital and political cultures.

  148. Pradeau, Gilles - DemoSocio - France

  149. Prairie Sociology - University of Illinois, USA
    This blog is hosted by 19 grad and faculty sociologists at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to discuss public sociologies, public affairs, and publics more generally.

  150. Procfreak
    Expect lots óf sociology, political commentary, and frenetic ramblings instigated by current dissertation-finishing, cross-country-moving, and first-real-job-pressure.

  151. Public Affairs - American Anthropological Association (AAA)

  152. Public Criminology
    Sociological Criminology from Chris Uggen, Michelle Inderbitzin, and Sara Wakefield.

  153. Purse Lip Square Jaw - Anne Golloway (University of Carleton, Ottawa, Canada)
    A PhD research in the sociology of virtual spaces: social and cultural theory, mobile technologies, desing and other things that catches her interest. This may be the importance of forgetting, the international fashion machines, or the design of hackability.



  154. Quanti - Oliver Godechot & Pierre Mercklé
    A blog that aims to promote and support the use of qunatitative methodes in social sciences. Oliver Godechot is a resarcher at the Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS) and member of the Centre Maurice Halbwachts (CMH). Pierre Mercklé is a lecturer in sociology at the École Normale Supérieure (ENS in Lyon, member of the Groupe de recherche sur la socialisation (GRS), and founder of liens Socio, the French news portal for social sicences.



  155. Racism Review
    A blog of scholars and researchers from sociology and other sociale science disciplines. They are seeking solid evidence-based research and analysis of ‘race’, racism, ethnicity, and immigration issues.

  156. Ragin, Charles
    University of Arizona, USA.

  157. Rath, Jan |
    Institute for Migration & Ethnic Studies (IMES), Amsterdam, Netherlands.

  158. Ray, Larry |
    Professor of Sociology, University of Kent, UK.

  159. Rimbert, Gerard - Resources en sociologie - France

  160. Resnick, Paul - Occasional Musings
    School of Information, University of Michigan, USA.

  161. Ridener, Larry R.
    Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, Radford University, USA.

  162. Rethinking Markets

  163. Robinson, Derek, UK - Blogging Sociologically

  164. Röhl, Klaus F. - Rsozblog.de
    A German blog around sociology of law.
    Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany

  165. Rossman, Gabriel - Code and Culture

  166. Roth, Alvin E. | |
    Professor of Economics and Business Administration, Harvard Economics Department and Harvard Business School, USA. For his groundbreaking research on decision-making and choices he was awarded with the Nobel Prize in 2012.

  167. Rubinfeld, Mark |
    Dept. of Sociology, Wesminster College, Salt Lake City, USA.

  168. Rural Sociology - Wageningen, Netherlands
    It studies the dynamics of rural and regional development processes in Europe. Specific attention is paid to the different levels at which transformation processes occur and are shaped, as well as to the different actors and institutions involved. The Rural Sociology Group studies and analyses these transformation processes from an interpretative-explanatory sociological perspective, combining qualitative and quantitative research methods.



  169. scatterplot
    A cooperative blog with contributions from Mike Bader (American), Neal Caren (North Carolina), Jessica Collett (Notre Dame), Tina Fetner (McMaster), Jeremy Freese (Northwestern), Dan Hirschman (Michigan), Shamus Khan (Columbia), Dan Myers (Notre Dame), and Andrew Perrin (North Carolina).

  170. Schrag, Zachary M. - Institutional Review Blog - Mason University, USA

  171. Schussman, Alan
    Writes about his academic work (a PhD in sociology), politics, and life in the desert.

  172. Science Blog
    Started in August 2002 by Ben Sullivan. It is published by a team of science editors, writers, and enthusiats. It encompasses subjects ranging from Computers and Electronics to Bioscience and Medicine. A good source for social scientist need to be informed about non-social phenomena.

  173. Sexuality and Society
    A blog that explores the intersections between culture, sexuality, social inequality, health and policy. Editors: Kari Lerum (University of Washington) and Shari L. Dworkin (University of California)

  174. Shirky, Clay | - Shirky.com
    Writings about the internet: economics & culture, meida & community, open source.

  175. Sigeto, Tanaka
    Faculty of Human Sciences, Osaka University, Japan.

  176. Situngkir, Hokky
    Department of Computational Sociology, Bandung Fe Institute, Indonesia.

  177. Siqueira, Holgonsi Soares Gonçalves
    Department of Sociology and Political Science, Federal University of Santa Maria, Brasil.

  178. Smilde, David | WOLA
    University of Georgia, USA.

  179. SMR blog
    A blog associated with the journal Sociological Methods & Research (SMR), that publishes the latest information on the collection, measurement and analysis of data. The blog provides a forum for peer-reviewed comment papers and replications which cannot be included in the print edition of the journal. You can submit comment papers to be peer-reviewed and posted to the blog by emailing the managing editor with the file attached. Once reviewed and accepted by the editor, authors of comment papers will be notified. After the final version of the comment paper is returned it will be posted to the blog.

  180. SocialWork@Simmons - Simmons School of Social Work (SSW)

  181. Social Science Insights (SSI)

  182. Social Science Space (SSS)
    Social Science Space brings social scientists together to explore, share and shape the big issues in social science, from funding to impact. SSS features blogs with the most current thinking from key players in social science, a forum for discussions, a resource center with free videos, reports and slides that support these discussions, as well as funding and job opportunity notices. The blog was luanched in 2011 by the independent social science pubisher SAGE.

  183. Sociétés nordiques et baltes - Finland
    Editors: Aino Lefebvre (translator and biologist) and Alain Lefebvre (specialist in the Nordic countries).

  184. Socio[B]logue

  185. Society Pages, The - Social Sciences that matters |
    An online, multidisciplinary social science project headquartered in the Department of Sociology at the University of Minnesota. The mission is to bring measured social science to broader public visibility and influence. “That is to say, we’re talking about society with society.” The core team is made up of editors-in-chief Doug Hartmann and Chris Uggen, previously the co-editors of Contexts magazine.

  186. Sociological Cinema, The
    A site that is designed to help sociology instructors incorporate videos into their classes.

  187. Sociological Images |
    Encourages people to exercise and develop their sociological imaginations with discussions of compelling visuals that span the breadth of sociological inquiry.

  188. Sociology and Criminology at Keele University - UK

  189. Sociology of computer communications’ Journal
    A community for those interested in the sociology of online journaling. Are online journals or ‘web logs’ a microcosm of real life?

  190. Sociology in Focus

  191. Sociology Lens
    A blog that is associated with Sociology Compass, a Wiley-Blackwell review journal on all fields sociological.

  192. Sociology Life
    Edited by Mary, a transfer student at Nova Southeastern University (NSU), USA.

  193. SocioSphere - Mark Foster
    A webzine and blog of opinion journalism on the human condition. Understandign the sociosphere (or the world social system) is hard. You might find support on this socioblog. Offers editorials and articles, podcasts and webrings, news and comics.

  194. Socio-Voce - France

  195. Soc Shrine, The

  196. Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
    The authors are Andrew Gelman (Applied Statistics Center at Columbia University), Bob Carpenter (Dept. of Statistics, Columbia University), Aleks Jakulin (Dept. of Statistics, Columbia University) and Phillip Price (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory).

  197. Statistics Forum
    Presented by the American Statistical Association (ASA) and CHANCE magazine. It provides everyone the opportunity to participate in discussions about probability and statistics and their role in important and interesting topics. Editor: Andrew Gelman.

  198. Stein, Arlene
    A sociologist that blogs about culture wars, sexual politics, American religion, conservative movements, intimacies, and public sociology. Arlene works at the department of sociologie of Rutgers University (USA).

  199. Stephan, Ed
    Western Washington University, USA.

  200. Sternheimer, Karen - Everyday Sociology Blog
    This site was created primarily for people taking or teaching classes in sociology: “We are all really students of sociology, aren’t we?”

  201. Stockinger, Gottfried
    Professor for Sociology at University of Pará and for Communication Theory at University of Bahia, Brazil.

  202. Stone Court
    A two-person blog by «Fred» (law professor & litigator) and «Mary» (demographer).

  203. Strusziology
    A sociology self-study project organized by mr. Strusz. He explains what sociology is.

  204. Swaan, Bram de
    University professor of Social Science at the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.



  205. Thick Culture
    A multi-disciplinary blog about what makes cultures «thick»: public discourse, multiculturalism, technology, and civic engagement.

  206. Thinking Difference
    A blog about difference, diversity and multiculturalism.

  207. Torres, Bob | - Not Your Typical Sociologist - Lawrence University, USA
    The thoughts of a middle-aged, post-modern, anglo, married with children, male, recovering-Catholic with Jesus-Hindu-Buddhist-Humanist tendencies, critical-applied-bevarioral sociologist. Check out his work in progress, publications, teaching and teaching philosophy. His research interests include the cultural and structural aspects of political economy of the global agro-food system. He concentrates his studies on the socio-political implications of nanotechnology in food and agricultural production, and on the linkages between the oppression of animals and humans under capitalism.

  208. Total Drek
    Thoughts of a frustrated intellectual on sociology, gaming, sicence, politics, science fiction, religion, and whatever else strikes his fancy. Written by graduate students at a sociology department somewhere in the USA.

  209. Tremblay, Jean-Marie
    Professor for Sociology at Cégep de Chicoutimi, Canada.

  210. Tsygankov, Daniel
    Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia.



  211. Uggen, Chris - Sociology, Criminology, Self-Indulgence - University of Minnesota, USA
    This blog does not inform you about his research, it only offers ill-informed opinions on music, running, and writing. There are, however, also some dirty posts on developments in sociology and crimimology. He has adopted a clear ‘safe-left’ political view: “neither too hot, nor too cold and within spitting distance of most of my colleagues”.

  212. Uncommon Thought Journal
    Focuses on understanding the critical issues of our times. Topics include: politics, social policy, war, terrorism, 9/11, globalization, military, theats to democracy, legislation, corporatations, corporate power...



    Voß, Günter
    Industrie- und Techniksoziologie, Technical University Chemnitz, Germany.



  213. Walby, Sylvia |
    UNESCO Chair in Gender Research, UK.

  214. Walker, Jill
    A research blog on how we tell stories online.

  215. Weintraub, Jeff - Commentaries & Controversies - University of Pennsylvania, USA.

  216. Wieviorka, Michel |

  217. Weyden, Patrick van der
    Catholic University Antwerp, Belgium.

  218. Why Am I Not Surprised
    The author, ChangeSeeker, is a writer, speaker, and sociologist who’s made a life’s work out of unapologetically announcing what he sees.



  219. Yenn - Y for Yenndetta
    Department of Politics and International Relations at Royal Holloway University of London, UK.
    She concentrates on the socio-political impact of new communication technologies, particularly the internet.



  220. Zhang, Minjie
    Institute of Sociology, Zhejiang Academy of Social Sciences, Hangzhou, China.

  221. Ziner, Andrew Scott
    Department of Anthropology and Sociology, Kutztown Unversity, USA.

  222. Zero Anthropology
    A project of anti-imperialism, growing out of a discipline with a long history and a deep epistemological connection to colonialism. The aim is to transform anthropology into something that is neither Eurocentric nor elitist.

  223. Zevallos, Zuleyka - Other Sociologist | |

  224. Zunigo, Xavier - France


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Chief editor: dr. Albert Benschop
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Social & Behavioral Sciences
University of Amsterdam
Created: August, 2000
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