New Zealand Sociology is an international journal that aims to promote research, thought and debate on issues relating to Aotearoa New Zealand and beyond. Our sociological vision is an expansive one. We welcome work that is theoretical, empirical, comparative, historical, policy-oriented and polemical. Scholarship by, or relating to, Māori and Pasikifa peoples, is strongly encouraged. New Zealand Sociology is the official journal of the Sociological Association of Aotearoa (NZ).

 

Announcements

Prize-winning article included in first issue of 2017

2017-09-06

The first issue for 2017 is now available!  We are especially proud to include an article by Claire Gray, a new PhD graduate from the University of Canterbury, who won the Sociological Association of Aotearoa (New Zealand) Graduate Essay Prize in 2016 with “This is ridiculous”: Laughter, humour and the receipt of welfare.  Find this article in Volume 32 (1) by clicking on 'current issues' on our website.

 

Read more about Prize-winning article included in first issue of 2017