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British Journal of Sociology



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Basic Information

Publisher: Wiley
Founded in: 1950
Homepage: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.co...
Twitter: @BJSociology
Rank:
• 34/146 in Sociology (Web of Science 2017)
Category: Sociology

Authors per paper:
     Average: 1
     Median: 1
References per paper:
     Average: 39
     Median: 30

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Latest papers

Comments on Chan and Flemmen et al’s conceptualization of class, status and cultural consumption
British Journal of Sociology 2019-06-13

Status, stand, capital, class: what do stratified patterns of cultural tastes mean?
British Journal of Sociology 2019-06-13

Culture matters: comments on Chan’s and Flemmen et al.’s contributions to the field of cultural participation
British Journal of Sociology 2019-06-13

From ‘having’ to ‘being’: self‐worth and the current crisis of American society
British Journal of Sociology 2019-06-13

The myth of agency and the misattribution of blame in collective imaginaries of the future
British Journal of Sociology 2019-06-13

Who’s ‘having’? Who’s ‘being’? A response to Lamont
British Journal of Sociology 2019-06-13

Is self‐worth crucial for the reproduction of inequality? A response to Michele Lamont’s Lecture
British Journal of Sociology 2019-06-13

Beyond the neoliberal moment: self‐worth and the changing nature of work
British Journal of Sociology 2019-06-13

Cultural narratives and their social supports, or: sociology as a team sport
British Journal of Sociology 2019-06-13

A second opinion: diagnosis and prescription of the American case
British Journal of Sociology 2019-06-13

Class and status: reply to comments
British Journal of Sociology 2019-06-13

Omnivorousness and openness: comments to Tak Wing Chan
British Journal of Sociology 2019-06-13

Understanding cultural omnivores: social and political attitudes
British Journal of Sociology 2019-06-13

The challenge of inequality in US society
British Journal of Sociology 2019-06-13

Classes and classification: comment on Chan and Flemmen, Jarness and Roselund
British Journal of Sociology 2019-06-13

Cited Half-Life

Cited publication years:

Cited median publication year:
2007