The Czech Sociological Review is the flagship journal of the Czech sociological community. Supported by an international editorial board and published biannually, the journal is open to scholars around the world. It invites contributions on the issues of transformation in Central and Eastern Europe and the comparative study of social and political developments affecting CEE, but equally welcomes innovative theoretical and methodological work of a more general nature.
The journal welcomes submissions from every area of sociology and it also may accept sociologically informed and relevant work from related social sciences, such as social anthropology, history, economics, and political science.
The journal strives to support communication among sociologists in Central Europe and to increase the international visibility of Central European sociology.
Besides original theoretical and empirical research, the journal also publishes review articles and reviews of books focusing on new developments in theoretical and empirical sociology in CEE countries and worldwide.
About the CSR
The Czech edition of the journal, Sociologický časopis, has been published continuously since 1965 by the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences. The English edition was launched shortly after the regime change in 1991, and in 2002 the two language editions merged to form a single journal, Sociologický časopis/Czech Sociological Review, with four yearly issues published in Czech and two in English.
The journal is quoted in leading social science databases, including the Web of Science.
Sociologický časopis/Czech Sociological Review currently (2013) has an impact factor of 0.681.
ISSN 0038-0288 (Print)
ISSN 2336-128X (Online)
The price of an individual issue is from 2010 85 CZK (€ 4.5 $ 5), annual subscription costs 510 CZK.