Sociology-The Journal of the British Sociological Association

(The H4-Index of Sociology-The Journal of the British Sociological Association is 33. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
A New Model of Social Class? Findings from the BBC’s Great British Class Survey Experiment628
Power and Subjectivity at Work: From Degradation to Subjugation in Social Relations430
The Nature of Trust: From Georg Simmel to a Theory of Expectation, Interpretation and Suspension416
Gender Convergence in Domestic Work: Discerning the Effects of Interactional and Institutional Barriers from Large-scale Data268
The Normalization of ‘Sensible’ Recreational Drug Use262
The Disappearance of the Sick-Man from Medical Cosmology, 1770-1870260
Young People's Time Perspectives: From Youth to Adulthood198
Towards an Ethical Framework for Publishing Twitter Data in Social Research: Taking into Account Users’ Views, Online Context and Algorithmic Estimation173
Bonding and Bridging Social Capital: Reflections from Belfast148
Networked but Commodified: The (Dis)Embeddedness of Digital Labour in the Gig Economy122
From Fatherhood to Fathering: Transmission and Change among British Fathers in Four-generation Families111
The Uses of Whiteness: What Sociologists Working on Europe Can Draw from US Research on Whiteness105
From Ethics to Analytics: Aspects of Participants' Orientations to the Presence and Relevance of Recording Devices93
Exploring Complex Transitions: Looking Back at the ‘Golden Age’ of From School to Work83
We Really Do Know What You Do: A Comparison of Reports from 11 Year Olds and their Parents in Respect of Parental Economic Activity and Occupation74
Recovering Emotion from Emotion Management64
Migrant Capitals: Proposing a Multi-Level Spatio-Temporal Analytical Framework60
A New Age for Media Coverage of Women’s Sport? An Analysis of English Media Coverage of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup58
New Migrants’ Social Integration, Embedding and Emplacement in Superdiverse Contexts58
Necropolitics and the Slow Violence of the Everyday: Asylum Seeker Welfare in the Postcolonial Present55
Working Utopias and Social Movements: An Investigation Using Case Study Materials from Radical Mental Health Movements in Britain49
Speed-Up Society? Evidence from the UK 2000 and 2015 Time Use Diary Surveys48
The Nature of Trust: From Georg Simmel to a Theory of Expectation, Interpretation and Suspension48
From Ethnography to Theory: A Programme and Paradigm in the Sociology of Education44
Community and Conviviality? Informal Social Life in Multicultural Places44
On the Class Mobility of Women: Results from Different Approaches to the Analysis of Recent British Data42
Research Ethics in the UK: What Can Sociology Learn from Health?40
Are Flexible Work Arrangements Associated with Lower Levels of Chronic Stress-Related Biomarkers? A Study of 6025 Employees in the UK Household Longitudinal Study40
Does Unemployment Run in Families? Some Findings from the General Household Survey38
The Right to Rights?38
Does Unequal Housework Lead to Divorce? Evidence from Sweden36
Are the Unemployed an Underclass? Some Evidence from the Social Change and Economic Life Initiative36
From Banana Time to Just-in-Time: Power and Resistance at Work34
Navigating the Central Mediterranean in a Time of ‘Crisis’: Disentangling Migration Governance and Migrant Journeys33