Hello world! – The Socjournal – The Socjournal

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AMA citation:

Sosteric M. Hello world!. The Socjournal. 2010. Available at: http://www.sociology.org/contributors/hello-world/. Accessed July 14, 2010.

APA citation:

Sosteric, Michael. (2010). Hello world!. Retrieved July 14, 2010, from The Socjournal Web site, http://www.sociology.org/contributors/hello-world/

Chicago citation:

Sosteric, Michael, “Hello world!”, The Socjournal, posted January 28, 2010, http://www.sociology.org/contributors/hello-world/ (accessed July 14, 2010).

Harvard citation:

Sosteric, M 2010, Hello world!, The Socjournal. Retrieved July 14, 2010, from

MLA citation:

Sosteric, Michael. “Hello world!.” The Socjournal. 28 Jan. 2010. 14 Jul. 2010

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Welcome to the future home of the Socjournal. Brought to you by the founding editor of the Electronic Journal of Sociology, Dr. Mike Sosteric, this journal will provide a popular new media portal into the exciting world of sociology and sociological research.

The Socjournal is currently looking for sociologists who are willing to write and/or blog on various topics related to sociology. If you want to participate as a professional researcher and/or columnist, please contact Mike Sosteric ([email protected]).

The Socjournal will also accept one-off papers and reports from sociologists, graduate students, and multi-disciplinary contributors interested in telling the world about their marvelous and uplifting sociological research. Contributions may be of any length and will be characterized primarily by the clarity and precision by which the ideas are presented.

Not wanting to contribute “yet another scholarly journal,” our focus will be primarily on communicating sociology to the world (hence the stipulation that you write with the intent of clear communication). Think of this like the sociological version of Psychology Today, but with a critical and political focus. The SocJournal will provide an exciting opportunity for sociologists to exploit the new communication technologies currently proliferating on the World Wide Web.

If you were an author of the original EJS, or rely on papers published in that journal, no worries. Archives of the original Electronic Journal of Sociology will be made permanently available through this portal.


Dr. Mike Sosteric

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Clarity (abscence of rocket science)
Accessibility (presented for the layperson)
Relevance (where’s the Sociology)
Contribution general (provides useful information, contributes to debate)
Grammer, punctuation, spelling

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