Affirm Journal of American Sociology

Affirm Journal of American Sociology is an international and peer-reviewed journal with an intercontinental advisory board. The journal documents the professional’s interest in any areas that connect to American sociology. The focus of the journal is on theories and practice in early American sociology, revolution of the 1920s and the interwar years, crisis of the 1970s and its impacts, feminization of sociology, and American sociological theory. The editorial board of the Affirm Journal of American Sociology invites authors to submit original papers, case studies and review papers to the journal. At Affirm Journal of American Sociology, we expect the authors to abide Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing suggested by The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA), and Scopus.

Scope and Focus

American Sociological Theory
Crisis of the 1970s and its impacts
Early American Sociology
Elite Power
Feminization of Sociology
Methodological Innovations
Revolution of the 1920s and the Interwar Years

Editor in chief

Dr. Loghman

Abstracting and Indexing

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