Every year each of the BSA journals select an article that demonstrates innovative and excellent research. The journal editors form a shortlist from the articles published in the previous year and a group of editorial board members act as judges to read and select the winning article.
Sociology is pleased to announce the shortlisted PAPERS for the 2018 prize, sponsored by SAGE.
- Diane Richardson, Rethinking Sexual Citizenship, 51(2), 208
- Léna Pellandini-Simányi , How Do Friends Manage Income Differences? The Role of Lay Concepts of Justice in the Erosion of Income-Bridging Friendships and Social Segregation, 51(3), 592.
- Susie Scott, Transitions and Transcendence of the Self: Stage Fright and the Paradox of Shy Performativity, 51(4), 715
- Daniele Joly, Women from Muslim Communities, Autonomy and Capacity of Action, 51(4), 816
- Eric L Hsu, The Sociological Significance of Non-Human Sleep, 51(4), 865
- Edward Bell and Christian Kandler, The Genetic and the Sociological: Exploring the Possibility of Consilience, 51(4), 880
The winner of the 2018 prize will be announced at the BSA Annual Conference, on Thursday 12 April, in the Sociology SAGE Prize event.