Sociology-The Journal of the British Sociological Association

Papers
(The TQCC of Sociology-The Journal of the British Sociological Association is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Age and Life Satisfaction: Getting Control Variables under Control42
Deflecting Privilege: Class Identity and the Intergenerational Self35
Who Deserves Compassion? The Moral and Emotional Dilemmas of Volunteering in the ‘Refugee Crisis’30
Digitizing Sociology: Continuity and Change in the Internet Era27
Left Behind in the Hungarian Rustbelt: The Cultural Political Economy of Working-Class Neo-Nationalism25
Ethnic Penalties and Hiring Discrimination: Comparing Results from Observational Studies with Field Experiments in the UK24
Digital Technology and Older People: Towards a Sociological Approach to Technology Adoption in Later Life23
A Dependent Structure of Interdependence: Structure and Agency in Relational Perspective22
Family Wealth and the Class Ceiling: The Propulsive Power of The Bank of Mum and Dad22
Telling Reproductive Stories: Social Scripts, Relationality and Donor Conception21
Alcohol and Flourishing for Australian Women in Midlife: A Qualitative Study of Negotiating (Un)Happiness20
Post-Truth Society? An Eliasian Sociological Analysis of Knowledge in the 21st Century19
Protests and Policies: How Radical Social Movement Activists Engage with Climate Policy Dilemmas19
Are Poor Parents Poor Parents? The Relationship between Poverty and Parenting among Mothers in the UK19
Everyday Nation in Times of Rising Nationalism18
Women’s Consumption of Pornography: Pleasure, Contestation, and Empowerment17
Promoting Diversity but Striving for Excellence: Opening the ‘Black Box’ of Academic Hiring16
No Time for a ‘Time Out’? Managing Time around (Non)Drinking16
Disembedded or Deeply Embedded? A Multi-Level Network Analysis of Online Labour Platforms16
The Mobilisation of AI in Education: A Bourdieusean Field Analysis15
Men’s Football Fandom and the Performance of Progressive and Misogynistic Masculinities in a ‘New Age’ of UK Women’s Sport15
Turning the Decolonial Gaze towards Ourselves: Decolonising the Curriculum and ‘Decolonial Reflexivity’ in Sociology and Social Theory14
Sober Rebels or Good Consumer-Citizens? Anti-Consumption and the ‘Enterprising Self’ in Early Sobriety14
At Home in the Restaurant: Familiarity, Belonging and Material Culture in Ecuadorian Restaurants in Madrid13
Rethinking the Domestic Division of Labour: Exploring Change and Continuity in the Context of Redundancy13
Coronavirus Conjuncture: Nationalism and Pandemic States13
Mothering through and in Violence: Discourses of the ‘Good Mother’13
Understanding Lived Experiences of Food Insecurity through a Paraliminality Lens12
The Guardians of the Welfare State: Universal Credit, Welfare Control and the Moral Economy of Frontline Work in Austerity Britain12
The Wageless Life of Creative Workers: Alternative Economic Practices, Commoning and Consumption Work in Cultural Labour11
The Established and the Delegated: The Division of Labour of Domination among Effective Agents on the Field of Power in Denmark11
Sticking Together in ‘Divided Britain’: Talking Brexit in Everyday Family Relationships11
Platforms Disrupting Reputation: Precarity and Recognition Struggles in the Remote Gig Economy10
‘It Gets Really Boring if You Stay at Home’: Women, Work and Temporalities in Urban India10
‘It Feels Like Life Is Narrowing’: Aspirational Lifestyles and Ambivalent Futures among Norwegian ‘Top Girls’10
Whose Lifestyle Matters at Johannesburg Pride? The Lifestylisation of LGBTQ+ Identities and the Gentrification of Activism10
Global Multiple Migration: Class-Based Mobility Capital of Elite Chinese Gay Men9
Developing the Concept of Belonging Work for Social Research9
From Me to You: Time Together and Subjective Well-Being in the UK9
The Christian Politics of Identity and the Making of Race in the German Welfare State9
Entangled and Estranged: Living and Dying in Relation (to Cancer)9
Black Men’s Experiences of Colourism in the UK9
Rethinking Institutional Habitus in Education: A Relational Approach for Studying Its Sources and Impacts8
Social Polarisation at the Local Level: A Four-Town Comparative Study on the Challenges of Politicising Inequality in Britain8
Making Sense of the Social, Making the ‘Social Sense’: The Development of Children’s Perception and Judgement of Social Class8
COVID-19, Nation-States and Fragile Transnationalism8
Writing Class In and Out: Constructions of Class in Elite Businesswomen’s Autobiographies8
Between Post-Racial Ideology and Provincial Universalisms: Critical Race Theory, Decolonial Thought and COVID-19 in Britain8
Bring Your Own Politics: Life Strategies and Mobilization in Response to Urban Redevelopment7
Beyond the Nation? Or Back to It? Current Trends in the Sociology of Nations and Nationalism7
Who Counts as an Authentic Indigenous? Collective Identity Negotiations in the Chilean Urban Context7
‘A Baby Is a Baby’: The Asha Protests and the Sociology of Affective Post-Nationalism7
Uncanny Europe and Protective Europeanness: When European Identity Becomes a Queerly Viable Option7
Thwarted or Facilitated? The Entrepreneurial Aspirations and Capabilities of New Migrants in the UK7
Co-Sleeping with Partners and Pets as a Family Practice of Intimacy: Israeli Couples’ Narratives of Creating Kinship7
Truth, Proof, Sleuth: Trust in Direct-to-Consumer DNA Testing and Other Sources of Identity Information among Australian Donor-Conceived People7
The Moral Boundary Drawing of Class: Social Inequality and Young Precarious Workers in Poland and Germany7
Deindividualising Imposter Syndrome: Imposter Work among Marginalised STEMM Undergraduates in the UK7
Global Inequality, Mobility Regimes and Transnational Capital: The Post-Graduation Plans of African Student Migrants7
Intensive Grandmothering? Exploring the Changing Nature of Grandmothering in the Context of Changes to Parenting Culture7
Black Lives Matter: The Role of Emotions in Political Engagement7
Ethnic, Religious and Gender Differences in Intragenerational Economic Mobility in England and Wales7
Future Building and Emotional Reflexivity: Gendered or Queered Navigations of Agency in Non-Normative Relationships?7
When Same-Sex Couples Say ‘I Do’: Display Work and the (Re)Production of the Wedding Rite7
Disability, Social Class and Stigma: An Intersectional Analysis of Disabled Young People’s School Experiences6
Class Reimagined? Intersectionality and Industrial Action – the British Airways Dispute of 2009–20116
Work-Time, Male-Breadwinning and the Division of Domestic Labour: Male Part-Time and Full-Time Workers in Unsettled Times6
The Role of Civil Society in Political Repression: The UK Prevent Counter-Terrorism Programme6
Educational Differences in Cycling: Evidence from German Cities6
(Invisible) Displays of Survivalist Intensive Motherhood among UK Brexit Preppers6
Anthropotropism: Searching for Recognition in the Scandinavian Gig Economy6
The Sociology of Futurelessness6
Performing Trustworthiness: The ‘Credibility Work’ of Prominent Sociologists6
Gay Male Football Fans’ Experiences: Authenticity, Belonging and Conditional Acceptance6
Do Western Sociological Concepts Apply Globally? Towards a Global Sociology6
Grudging Acts6
Mobile Nationalism: Parenting and Articulations of Belonging among Globally Mobile Professionals6
The Purity of Dirt: Revisiting Mary Douglas in the Light of Contemporary Consumer Interpretations of Naturalness, Purity and Dirt6
‘I’m Mum and Dad in One, Basically’: Doing and Displaying ‘Good Lone Motherhood’6
‘We Have Equal Opportunities – in Theory’: Lay Perceptions of Privilege, Meritocracy and Inequality in Denmark5
Who Can Represent the Nation? Elite Athletes, Global Mega Events and the Contested Boundaries of National Belonging5
The ‘Selfish Element’: How Sperm and Egg Donors Construct Plausibly Moral Accounts of the Decision to Donate5
Individualization and Individualism: Facets and Turning Points of the Entrepreneurial Self among Young People in Italy5
Studying the Emotional Costs of Integration at Times of Change: The Case of EU Migrants in Brexit Britain5
Telling the Right Story at the Right Time: Women Seeking Asylum with Stories of Trafficking into the Sex Industry5
Austerity as Bureaucratic Violence: Understanding the Impact of (Neoliberal) Austerity on Disabled People in Sweden5
Love’s Labour’s Lost? Separation as a Constraint on Displays of Transnational Daughterhood5
Distinctive or Professionalised? Understanding the Postsecular in Faith-Based Responses to Trafficking, Forced Labour and Slavery in the UK5
Civility and Rejection: The Contextuality of Cosmopolitan and Racist Behaviours5
The Burden of Conviviality: British Bangladeshi Muslims Navigating Diversity in London, Luton and Birmingham5
Intersectional Inequalities and Intimate Relationships: Dating, Class and ‘Race/Ethnicity’ among Divorced Women in the ‘Second Phase’ of Life5
Negotiating Novelty: Constructing the Novel within Scientific Accounts of Epigenetics5
Carrying Europe’s ‘White Burden’, Sustaining Racial Capitalism: Young Post-Soviet Migrant Workers in Helsinki and Warsaw5
Asset-Based Futures: A Sociology for the 21st Century5
Ambivalent Strategies: Student-Migrant-Workers’ Efforts at Challenging Administrative Bordering5
Dialectical Family Imaginaries: Navigating Relational Selfhood and Becoming a Parent through Assisted Reproduction in China5
Vulnerability, Space and Conflict-Related Sexual Violence: Building Spatial Resilience5
Rethinking Social Roles: Conflict and Modern Life5
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