Canadian Review of Sociology
Revue canadienne de sociologie

ISSN: 1755-618X
Published: February, May, August, November
Current: November / Novembre 2015
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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.

Nominations are now being accepted for Associate Editors and a new position of Committing Sociology Editor.

Current Issue

  • The Earnings and Employment Outcomes of the 2005 Cohort of Canadian Postsecondary Graduates with Disabilities
  • Economic Benefits of Self-Employment for Canadian Immigrants
  • "Let's Talk about the Institution": Same-Sex Common-Law Partners Negotiating Marriage Equality and Relationship Legitimacy
  • Squaring Up: Experiences of Transition from Off-Street Sex Work to Square Work and Duality-Concurrent Involvement in Both-in Vancouver, BC
  • La distinction : addendum statistique
  • Exploring an Olympic "Legacy": Sport Participation in Canada before and after the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics

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Past Issues – CSA-SCS members
Past Issues – non CSA-SCS members

Journal Highlights
Call for Editor / nominations au poste de rédacteur en chef

Call for Editor / nominations au poste de rédacteur en chef

The Canadian Sociological Association/La Société canadienne de sociologie seeks a new editor […]

Committing Sociology / Commettre la sociologie

Committing Sociology / Commettre la sociologie

The new section of the CRS / RCS — Committing Sociology – […]

2014 Most Downloaded Articles

2014 Most Downloaded Articles

The top 10 downloaded CRS/RCS articles as of December 31, 2014 have […]

2015 Best Article Award

2015 Best Article Award

The 2015 recipient is William K. Carroll for his 2013 article entitled […]