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Studia Socjologiczno-Polityczne. Seria Nowa
Sociological-Political Studies. New Series

Publishing House: Wydział Socjologii Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Social Sciences
Frequency: 2 issues
Print ISSN: 0585-556X
Status: Active

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Short Description

Chairman of Advisory Board: Jerzy J. Wiatr, Editor-in-chief: Jacek Raciborski, Managing Editor: Wojciech Rafałowski.  Journal "Studia Socjologiczno-Polityczne. Seria Nowa" directly refers to Studia Socjologiczno-Polityczne founded in 1957 by Julian Hochfeld and published until 1968. It will be a traditional scientific biannual open to various strands of social theory, adhering to the principles of sociology and of socially-engaged political sciences, addressing the idea of freedom, equality, solidarity and justice, and relating the diagnoses of social reality to projects of changes. The journal will focus on the phenomenon of political power, which unites different types of communities, including the most important one ‒ the state. Other topics that will be of great interest to the editorial staff are democracy, condition of citizenship and civil society. The issues of the state, democracy, citizenship, civil society will be considered both in normative and descriptive order. The areas discussed in the journal will primarily concern the Polish political system, however the editorial staff will seek to provide comparative studies and theoretical analyses of global processes, as well as to maintain a balance between theoretical articles and those based on empirical research. The journal will be published in Polish, however in addition to the English-language abstracts accompanying all texts, it will include the articles in English, which were originally written in this language.