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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
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).