Interrogating inequality around the globe
The Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association in New York brought together leading sociologists from around the world to discuss the field, focusing on “Interrogating Inequality.” Arne L. Kalleberg, Editor-in-Chief of Social Forces, was lucky enough to steal five sociologists 20 blocks south to Oxford’s New York office. He spoke to sociologists from South Korea, Brazil, Germany, and Israel who shared their thoughts on the current state of sociological research, the global community of sociologists, and the state of inequality research in their home country.
The state of inequality research around the world
Sociologists in conversation: Germany
Sociologists in conversation: Israel
Sociologists in conversation: Brazil
Sociologists in conversation: South Korea
Published in partnership with the Department of Sociology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Social Forces is recognized as a global leader among social research journals. The journal emphasizes cutting-edge sociological inquiry and explores realms the discipline shares with psychology, anthropology, political science, history, and economics.