Opportunity to write for The Sheffield Student Journal of Sociology
Open to all WRDTP doctoral researchers and MA Social Science research students across the 7 partner universities
This is a call for papers for The Sheffield Student Journal for Sociology (SSJS). Our third edition ‘Social Inequalities’ is being published in Autumn 2019, and we welcome papers that contribute to this theme. We welcome submissions from undergraduate students, masters’ students and PhD students. We accept a variety of submissions, ranging in length from 2000 – 5000 words. For more information on the types of submissions we accept please check out our website here.
To submit an abstract, email firstname.lastname@example.org a word document with:
your name, your institution, your level of study, type of paper, your proposed paper title and an abstract (maximum 250 words). Information and guidance on submitting an abstract and publishing with SSJS is available here. Please read this prior to submitting an abstract. The extended deadline for abstracts is Friday 11th January 2019. If accepted, full papers will be due by the 22nd March 2019.
SSJS is an academic, peer-reviewed student journal. We publish student led research which contributes to theory and knowledge within sociological studies. Our aim is to showcase contributions to research from across the student body and to give students the opportunity to publish and disseminate their work. We welcome papers from students of all levels, and whilst we are based within sociology we also welcome submissions from other disciplines. You can read Edition 2 ‘Communities’ here.