Humanities and Social Sciences

Studia Socjologiczne


Studia Socjologiczne | 2015 | No 3 |

Editorial office


Editor in Chief

Jacek Wasilewski (Institute of Political Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences) e-mail:

Managing Editor

Barbara Gruszka (Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences) e-mail:

Associate Editors

Wojciech Adamek (Jagiellonian University) – Classical Sociological Theory; Book-reviews; Letters and Polemics

Marta Bucholc (University of Warsaw, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn) – Humanistic Sociology

Henryk Domański (Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences) – Social Structure and Mobility

Anna Horolets (University of Warsaw) – Social Anthropology

Piotr Jabkowski (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan) – Statistical Editor; Quantitative Research Methods; Quality of Life Studies

Katarzyna Kajdanek (University of Wroclaw) – Urban Sociology; Community Studies

Łukasz Krzyżowski (University of Science and Technology – AGH Krakow, Humboldt University)– Demography and Migration Studies; Qualitative Research Methods

Magdalena Nowicka (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) – Ethnicity; Collective Identity; Sociological Theory

Marta Olcoń-Kubicka (Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences) – Economic Sociology

Krzysztof Pietrowicz (Nicolaus Copernicus University) – Contemporary Sociological Theory; Science and Technology Studies

Mikołaj Stanek (Universidad de Salamanca) – Sociology of Religion, Demographic Analysis

Tomasz Szlendak (Nicolaus Copernicus University) – Sociology of Culture; Sociology of Family


Journal Office Address

00-330 WARSZAWA, Nowy Świat 72, room 235

phone: (+48-22) 657-28-61, fax: (22) 826-78-23


Instructions for authors

Studia Socjologiczne ISSN 0039-3371, e-ISSN 2545-2770 is a Polish sociological quarterly journal, published uninterruptedly since 1961. Its publishers are the Polish Academy of Sciences (represented by the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology and the Committee on Sociology), as well as the Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Warsaw (from 2013).

Studia Socjologiczne welcomes articles from all sociological sub-disciplines, and neighbouring disciplines, as long as the authors apply a broadly defined sociological approach. Preference is given to texts that contribute to the advancement of social theory and are empirically grounded and innovative in their conceptual and methodological outlook. Our journal is open to scholarly debates and polemics. We also encourage authors to send us reviews of recently published books. Since 2012, contributions in English are also considered for publication in the journal.

A double-blind peer review procedure is applied to each submitted manuscript considered for publication. In order to acknowledge the reviewers’ contribution, the full list of our reviewers is included on the back of the cover page in each issue of the journal. The details of the submission and review procedure are described in the “For Authors” tab.

A full text version of Studia Socjologiczne is available online for EBSCO subscribers (SocINDEX with Full Text), as well as through the Polish Academy of Sciences online journal reading room:

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