Journal Sociologija

Journal Sociologija is scientific journal in which theoretical, empirical and methodological papers in the fields of Sociology, Social Psychology and Social Anthropology are published.

It is published since 1959 by the Sociological Association of Serbia and Montenegro and the Institute for Sociological Research of the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade. Papers are published in Serbian and English after independent peer review process.

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This publication is supported by PERFORM (, a project of Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) implemented by HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation and University of Fribourg. The views expressed in this publication are those of the author and do not necessarily represent opinions of SDC, HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation or University of Fribourg.

Journal details

ISSN : 0038-0318

Publisher : Sociological Association of Serbia and Montenegro

Frequency : quarterly

Starting year : 1959

Editor : Slobodan Cvejić

Journal category : Čika Ljubina 18-20, 11000 Beograd, Srbija

JBR Impact Factor 5 : PK24

CrossRef/DOI : 0,580

UDK : doiSerbia

Last issue


Editor's word

Marina Hughson , pp: 9-10

Gender and Economic Inequalities: Trends in Feminist Economics and Sociology at the Centre and Semi-Periphery of the Global Knowledge Production System

Marija Babović, pp: 11-34

Theorising the Effect of Transition on Female Labour Force in the European Semi-Periphery: An Interdisciplinary Methodology

Sonja Avlijaš, pp: 35-49

Small-Scale Family Entrepreneurship as Support to the Neoliberal State in Post-Socialist Serbia

Tatjana Đuric Kuzmanović, pp: 50-63

Living in Precarity: Ethnography of Everyday Struggles of Single Mothers In Lithuania

Laura Lapinske, pp: 64-83

Breastfeeding Divisions in Ethics and Politics of Feminism

Suzana Ignjatović, Željka Buturović, pp: 84-95

New Reproductive Technologies In Serbia - Who Are the Women in the National IVF Program?

Ksenija Kričković Pele, Marija Zotović Kostić, pp: 96-111

Postmodern Feminism and Disability: Toward Multiple Identities of 'Disabled' Bodies

Luka Mijatović, Mirko Filipović, pp: 112-126

Feminist Criticism of the Concept of Resilience: Transformation of the Subversive into the Normative

Olivera Pavićević, Aleksandra Bulatović, pp: 127-141

Lexicon of Tanjas Ostojić and Feminism in Transition

Bojana Videkanic, pp: 142-162

Feminist Productions 'In Need of Saving': From Savemelania To Saveeuropeansemiperiphery

Nina Perger, Milica Antić Gaber, pp: 163-176

Progressivist Gender-Based Activism as a Means of Social Antagonism in Hungary Through Two Case Studies

Dalma Feró, Orsolya Bajusz, pp: 177-193

Scenes in and Outside the Library: Continuity and Change in Contesting Feminist Knowledge on the Semi-Periphery

Blanka Nyklová, Nina Fárová, pp: 194-209

A Case Study of Retraditionalization and Clericalization of Croatian Society: 'Feminist Threat' at the Governing Position of a Higher Education Institution

Branka Galić, pp: 210-225

Gender and Women's Studies: Situated Academic Marginalization

Dayan Cansu, pp: 226-242

Education and Knowledge Production on The SemiPeriphery: A Feminist/Gender Perspective

Milena Karapetrović, pp: 243-254

Gender and Migration Re-visited: Production of Knowledge and Feminism (in) Between Semi-periphery and the Core

Tanja Višić, Dunja Poleti Ćosić, pp: 255-274

Urbanization and Urban Planning at the European Semiperiphery: Unintended Gender Consequences

Ana Pajvančić-Cizelj, Marina Hughson, pp: 275-287

A Feminist Approach to Discursive Critics of Gender Equality

Ljiljana Čičkarić, pp: 288-298

Knowledge Production and Public Policies in Serbia: Pro and Contra Gender Mainstreaming

Zorana Antonijević, pp: 299-312

From Gender Blind to Gender Inclusive Higher Education in Serbia: Gender Mainstreaming Action Plans

Nevena Petrušić, Dragica Vujadinović, pp: 313-329

High Positions in Serbian Academy: Possibilities for Ethnic Minority Women?

Karolina Lendák-Kabók, pp: 330-346

Critical review of the current debate about 'Islamic feminism' - What is Islamic and what is feminist in 'Islamic feminism'?

Milica Resanović, pp: 347-362

Religious Feminism Periphery Within The Semi-Periphery In The Balkans

Zilka Spahić-Šiljak, pp: 363-375

Women, Memory, and History: Autobiographics as a Way of Confronting the Past and a Means of Creating the Future

Svetlana Tomić, pp: 376-388