A recent issue has articles on such topics as land rights conflict in Central America, citizenship and cultural values in New Hampshire, processes of legal globalization, civil rights in rural China, and the self-analysis and socio-analysis of Pierre Bourdieu.
An interdisciplinary journal with an international focus that publishes research on a variety of topics, such as land use, immigration, climate, food sources, resource management, agriculture, and environments.
An article published in a 1964 issue of this journal reports, "A recent survey of several thousand families in Ohio and North Carolina finds roughly 50 per cent of families democratic-equalitarian with regard to parent-adolescent decision-making and only 34 per cent father-centered and autocratic-authoritarian." (Hill, Reuben. 1964. "The American Family of the Future." Journal of Marriage and Family, 26(1), pp. 20-28)
This is a peer-reviewed journal, as are all of the others in this list. It focuses on "innovative articles that develop topics or areas in new ways or directions" and makes connections with other academic disciplines" (Front Matter section, Sociological Forum 21(4), 2006).
"...a forum for the international community of scholars that publishes theoretically-informed analyses of social processes. It opens its pages to authors working at the frontiers of social analysis, regardless of discipline. Its subject matter ranges from prehistory to contemporary affairs, from treatments of single individuals and national societies to world culture, from discussions of theory to methodological critique, from First World to Third World..." (Aims and Scope, Front Matter. 2007. Theory and society 36(5), unnumbered pages).