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Critical Sociology



The statistics shown below contain data since 1 November 2018.
Basic Information

Publisher: SAGE
Founded in: 1969
URL: http://journals.sagepub.com/home/crs
Twitter: @CritSoc
Rank:
• 64/146 in Sociology (Web of Science 2017)
Category: Sociology

Authors per paper:
     Average: 1.5
     Median: 1
References per paper:
     Average: 52
     Median: 45

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Latest papers

Monumental Panic: Reconciliation, Moral Regulation, and the Polarizing Politics of the Past
Critical Sociology 2019-04-19

The Service Industry, Private-sector Employment and Social Class in Chile: New Developments from Labour Process Theory
Critical Sociology 2019-04-12

The Specter of ‘Politics’ and Ghosts of ‘Alternatives’ Past: Lebanese ‘Civil Society’ and the Antinomies of Contemporary Politics
Critical Sociology 2019-04-12

German Ordoliberalism and the Future of the EU
Critical Sociology 2019-04-08

Neo-liberalism and Ordoliberalism – One or Two Critiques? An Introduction
Critical Sociology 2019-04-08

Are We Still Going Through the Empty Ritual of Participation? Inner-City Residents’ and Other Grassroots Stakeholders’ Perceptions of Public Input and Neighborhood Revitalization
Critical Sociology 2019-04-08

Authoritarian Liberalism in Europe: A Common Critique of Neoliberalism and Ordoliberalism
Critical Sociology 2019-04-08

Civil Servants Talk Back – Political Subjectivity and (Re) Constructions of the Nation
Critical Sociology 2019-04-05

Ordoliberalism, European Monetary Union and State Power
Critical Sociology 2019-04-05

The Development of US Regimes of Disappearance: The War on Terror, Mass Incarceration, and Immigrant Deportation
Critical Sociology 2019-03-28

Ordoliberalism and Neoliberalization: Governing through Order or Disorder
Critical Sociology 2019-03-28

Class is What Capitalism Makes of It: Challenging the Lure of ‘‘Realism’’ in Mainstream Class Analysis
Critical Sociology 2019-03-28

Performing Agency Theory and the Neoliberalization of the State
Critical Sociology 2019-03-27

Why is Neo-liberalism so Resilient?
Critical Sociology 2019-03-27

Justificatory Fables of Ordoliberalism: Laissez-faire and the “Third Way”
Critical Sociology 2019-03-27

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Cited Half-Life

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Cited median publication year:
2015