Aims and Scope
Sociologies pratiques is published twice a year. The thematic issues (around 200 pages) provide researchers and professionals a forum where they can attest to emerging social realities and understand the movements of our world. The journal’s editorial approach is one of applied sociology. In this regard, it seeks a balance between academic and professional worlds, between comprehension and action, while taking a clear sociological perspective to understand social change. Following the analysis Renaud Sainsaulieu established in the late 1980s, it continues to contribute to the revelation of sociological knowledge, whether this knowledge is elaborated through research or through an applied sociology capable of combining sound science with practical implications. From one world to another, we believe it is possible to discern a common position oriented toward the need for an objective analysis of social reality and a distance from evidence, norms, and political issues.
Sociologies pratiques is placed within this context focusing on the diversity and wealth of academic and professional sociological practices. Each thematic collection thus strives to highlight the diversity of sociologies in action, to describe the variety of contemporary practices, and to compose between descriptions of current practices and reflecting on conditions, justifications and consequences of action. The willingness to combine testimonies from actors in the field who work at the heart of social transformation, and reflections of researchers who provide results from the most recent studies, make Sociologies pratiques an original editorial and intellectual space addressing readers interested in applied sociology, whether sociologist, researchers, or professionals.
Geneviève Dahan-Seltzer, Interdisciplinary Laboratory for Economic Sociology LISE (CNAM-CNRS) and Institute of Political Studies Paris
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Print ISSN : 1295-9278
Online ISSN : 2104-3787
Publisher : Presses de Sciences Po