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Journals and ebooks in Sociology
- JSTOR includes more than 80 academic journals and 9,500 ebooks in sociology from leading publishers such as NYU Press, University of Minnesota Press, Princeton University Press, and many more.
- Leading sociology journals on JSTOR include The American Journal of Sociology, American Sociological Review, Annual Review of Sociology, Journal of Marriage and Family, and Family Relations.
- Related American Sociological Association publications include: Contemporary Sociology, Sociological Theory, Gender and Society, Social Forces, Sociological Forum, Social Problems, Contexts, Sociological Focus, and Sociological Methodology.
- Subdiscipline coverage covers key areas such as law, anthropology, history, political science, and religion.
- The sociology titles on JSTOR have good international diversity and are from publishers in 20 countries—mostly in the US but significant numbers from UK, Germany, and France.
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