• Prize-winning article included in first issue of 2017

    2017-09-06

    The first issue for 2017 is now available!  We are especially proud to include an article by Claire Gray, a new PhD graduate from the University of Canterbury, who won the Sociological Association of Aotearoa (New Zealand) Graduate Essay Prize in 2016 with “This is ridiculous”: Laughter, humour and the receipt of welfare.  Find this article in Volume 32 (1) by clicking on 'current issues' on our website.

     

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  • Final call for submissions for Dec issue 2017

    2017-07-21

    Submissions are welcome at any time but, in the run-up to the cut-off date for PBRF, please note the absolute final date for submissions to the December 2017 is 1 October.  

    This is two weeks earlier than originally advertised since we have found the review/revision process takes even longer than anticipated and we want to make sure everyone whose articles are accepted can be published in time for the end of the PBRF census!

     

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  • New editors for New Zealand Sociology!

    2017-01-10

    From January 2017, a new editorial team at the University of Auckland took over the management of the New Zealand Sociology journal.  This includes Associate Professors Louise Humpage, Bruce Curtis, Steve Matthewman, Tamasailau Suaalii-Sauni and Dr Rob Webb.  The new production manager is Janet McAllister.

     

    A big thanks to Professor Charles Crothers (AUT) and Dr Robert Webb (University of Auckland) for their stellar editorial contribution over a number of years!

     

    We hope to maintain the high quality of the journal while also broadening its circulation and impact.  Please note new authors' guidelines should be followed when submitting articles and all submissions should be made online.  If you any questions, contact Louise Humpage at l.humpage@auckland.ac.nz

     

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