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.
The publication is scheduled for December 2019. Guest editor is Mina Petrović, Chair of the Department of Sociology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade.
This year marks 60th anniversary of the establishment of Cathedra for Sociology within the Department of Philosophy and Sociology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade in 1959 (since 1990 transformed into Department of Sociology). Marking this jubilee, by publishing a special issue of Sociology we want to encourage reflection on sociology as a specific scientific discipline in several directions:
1. First, in the direction of reflecting the key sociological concepts. The emphasis is put on challenges posed by the increasing dynamism and complexity of contemporary society, questions of adequate contextualization of general theoretical approaches and concepts diversification caused by constant encountering of varied local specifics and standardizing global tendencies. All this intensifies necessary communication between sociology and other disciplines in the field of science, and asks for innovative breakthroughs in the domain of sociological methods.
2. Second, we want to encourage articles dealing with the practical applicability of sociological knowledge and approaches in different domains of social life, and
3. Finally, thoughts in the direction of improving the teaching of sociology at the academic level in accordance with the competencies to be developed in profiling future sociologists.
In line with the above, we invite authors from Serbia and abroad to give their contribution to understanding the complex challenges that sociologists today face in trying to move ahead in the theoretical, methodological, educational and domain of practical politics.
Submit a title and a 300-word abstract to Mina Petrović (firstname.lastname@example.org) by August 25, 2019. After this first round of review, authors will be invited to submit full papers by September 30, 2019.
Submissions, written in Serbian or English, should be original works not previously published nor undergoing review for publication in another journal at the time of submission.
All articles submitted will be subject to double blind peer-review. For more on submission formats and guidelines see: http://www.sociologija.org/books/guidelines.php?lng=english
• Title and abstract submission: August 25, 2019
• Notification to authors: September 1, 2019
• Full text submission: October 1, 2019
• Review results returned: October 21, 2019
• Revised text submission: October 31, 2019
• Online publication: November 15, 2019
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
Transitions to Adulthood in Flux. Assessing Coming of Age through an Historical Lens in Finland and France
Aurelie Mary, pp: 167-185
Challenges and Life Orientations of Youth. The Context of Transition Countries
Krystyna Szafraniec, pp: 186-209
Youth Migration and Life Course Transitions: Comparing the Impact of Women's Mobility across Generations in Bulgaria
Siyka Kovacheva, Darena Hristozova, pp: 210-226
Young Returning Migrants as Actors of Social Changes in Slovakia
Roman Hofreiter, Katarína Koštialová , pp: 227-240
Youth Cultures and Style. Analytical Approaches: and a Methodological Proposal
Carlo Genova, pp: 241-258
Between "CV Builder" and "Genuine" Activist: The Many Faces of Youth Civic Engagementin Serbia
Jelisaveta Petrović, Dragan Stanojević , pp: 259-276
Reforming Youth Transition Support with the Multi-Agency Approach? - A Case Study of the Finnish One-Stop Guidance Centers
Mirja Määttä, pp: 277-291
Workers' Strikes and Transition in Serbia from 1990 to 2015, Belgrade, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung and Institute of Social Sciences, 2017, 400p
Vladimir Mentus, pp: 293-295
Sanna Aaltonen, Smiljka Tomanović, pp: 165-166