What is McGill Sociological Review and what are its objectives?How and why did MSR come about?What is the organizational structure of the MSR?Who can be an active member of MSR?What is the...
Version française By: Sarah Berry, Raphaël Charron-Chénier, Erin Denton, Sara Hall, Christine Proulx and Chuk Plante McGill Sociological Review, Volume 2, April 2011, pp. 1-3 Dear Reader
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By: Vivien Carli, Alex Mochnacki, Chuk Plante, and Kalyani Thurairajah McGill Sociological Review, Volume 1, January 2010, p. 1 Dear Reader: We are proud to welcome you to the first...
Founders of MSR: Editorial Board, Steering Committee, and other contributors of Volume 1 Photographer:Chaowen Chan Coordinators (Volume 4) Jason Jensen, Senior Angela Kalyta, Senior ...
Mission To facilitate a relevant scholarly exchange of ideas by publishing an academic journal on sociological topics written and produced by graduate and post-doctoral students. Objectives
Introduction By: Sarah Berry, Raphaël Charron-Chénier, Erin Denton, Sara Hall, Christine Proulx, and Chuk PlanteHTML PDF
The fifth volume of MSR is now available here.
MSR is now available in libraries around the world on Proquest's online social science article databases. Here's a sneak peak.
MSR is a peer-reviewed journal run by the graduate students of McGill's Sociology department.
The name "McGill" is used with the permission from McGill University (University Secretariat).