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Research in the Sociology of Work

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ISSN: 0277-2833

Editor-in-Chief: Steve Vallas
Subject: Sociology and Public Policy (view other series in this subject area)Thomson Reuters Book Citation Index logo. Scopus logo.
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Research in the Sociology of Work is sponsored by the ASA Section on Organizations, Occupations and Work.

Research in the Sociology of Work (RSW) is a twice yearly publication that examines current issues related to the sociology of work. The series provides a comprehensive collection of research focused on the social, economic, political and cultural aspects of work and labour. Issues vary from ‘thematic' volumes addressing particular issues of concern, to ‘regular’ issues devoted to a wide array of topics in the field. Papers published in RSW are peer-reviewed. For more details about Emerald's approach to Publication Ethics; please refer to the company guidelines.These topics cover a broad range of fields including, but not limited to, sociology, business, science, economics, politics, history, and anthropology.
This series encourages scholarly articles on sociological topics related to work. Coverage includes, but is not restricted to: globalization; work and family; deviance in the workplace; marginal employment; employment restructuring; union revitalisation; worker training; diversity; entrepreneurship.

To propose a new volume, contribute to a volume or for any other enquiries contact the RSW Editor, Steve Vallas at [email protected].

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New volume

A Gedenkschrift to Randy Hodson: Working with Dignity, Volume 28
Edited by Lisa A. Keister and Vincent J. Roscigno 

Randy Hodson was one of contemporary sociology's central figures in the study of work, occupations, and inequality. This volume pays tribute to his important scholarly contributions. Chapters by other important scholars in these fields reflect and build on his research in work conditions, worker resistance, and social stratification.

Past volumes

Immigration and Work, Volume 27

Work and Family in the New Economy, Volume 26

Adolescent Experiences and Adult Work Outcomes: Connections and Causes, Volume 25

Networks, Work and Inequality, Volume 24

Religion, Work and Inequality, Volume 23

Contact the Editorial Team

Steve Vallas, Northeastern University
[email protected]

Philippa Grand
[email protected]

Editorial Advisory Board

Ifeoma Ajunwa, Cornell University
Michel Anteby, Boston University
Steve Barley, Stanford University
David Courpasson, EMLYON, France
Rick Delbridge, Cardiff University, UK
Liz Gorman, University of Virginia
Heather Hofmeister, Goethe University
Alexandra Kalev, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Arne Kalleberg, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Erin Kelly, MIT
Kate Kellogg, MIT
Julie Kmec, Washington State University
Marek Korczynski, University of Nottingham
Anne Kovalainen, University of Turku, Finland
Robin Leidner, University of Pennsylvania
Steve Lopez, Ohio State University
Irene Padavic Florida State University
Valeria Pulignano, the Catholic University, Leuven, Belgium
Gretchen Purser, Syracuse University
Lauren Rivera, Northwestern University
Dee Royster, New York University
Vinnie Roscigno, Ohio State University
Jeff Sallaz, University of Arizona
Ofer Sharone, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Sheryl Skaggs, University of Texas at Dallas
Vicki Smith, University of California, Davis
Don Tomaskovic-Devey, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Catherine Turco, MIT
Geert Van Hootegem, the Catholic University, Leuven, Belgium
Matt Vidal, Kings College London
Chris Warhurst, University of Warwick, UK
Christine Williams, Univeristy of Texas at Austin
George Wilson, University of Miami
Adia Wingfield, Washington University, St Louis
Patrizia Zanoni, Hasselt University, Belgium

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