Starting on 1st November 2018, when you become a member of the ESA, your membership will cover 2018 + 2019 + 2020.
The latest issue of the ESA journal European Societies centers around "Family Understandings in Contemporary Europe".
What can sociologists do to advance recognition and discover truth(s)? Four articles answer the question in the latest issue of ESA's journal EJCPS!
New web pages for the 14th ESA Conference, 20-23 August 2019 in Manchester / UK, here on the ESA website
In the context of increasing polarization of European societies, this issue takes up the question of argumentation and its links to democracy.
To: The Prime Minister of Hungary, Mr. Viktor Orbán!
offered by Routledge on all Sociology titles, incl. the ESA book series
incl. "The commercialization of sociological research: on the how and why (not)" by ESA ExeC member Kathrin Komp
Robert Fine was on the ESA Executive Committee in 2011-2015 and co-founder of RN31. Read the coordinators' message.
offered by Berghahn Books on all Sociology titles