Canadian Review of Sociology
Revue canadienne de sociologie

ISSN: 1755-618X
Published: February, May, August, November
Current: November / Novembre 2017
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The Canadian Review of Sociology is the journal of the Canadian Sociological Association. The CRS is committed to the dissemination of innovative ideas and research findings that are at the core of the discipline. La Revue canadienne de sociologie est la publication officielle de la Société canadienne de sociologie. Elle s’est donné pour mission de diffuser des idées novatrices et des résultats de recherches touchant à l’essence même de la discipline.

Current Issue

  • An Essay on the Intrinsic Relationship between Social Facts and Moral Questions
  • Sociology as Moral Philosophy (and Vice Versa)
  • From Sinks to Webs: Critical Social Science after the Fact-Value Distinction
  • Values on Paper, in the Head, and in Action: On Max Weber and Value Freedom Today
  • Observing Facts and Values: A Brief Theory and History
  • Values within Reason
  • Balancing the Scales: Negotiating Father's Parental Leave Use
  • Ethnicity and Effectively Maintained Inequality in BC Universities
  • How Terrorism Affects Attitudes toward Democracy: Tunisia in 2015

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