Every year an article from each of the BSA’s journals, Cultural Sociology, Sociological Research Online, Sociology and Work, Employment and Society, is awarded the SAGE Prize for Innovation and Excellence.
The winning articles are selected through a process involving the journal editors, who create a shortlist of articles, and members of the editorial board who then select the article which best demonstrates the qualities of innovation and excellence. If you’d like to know more about the judging criteria, take a look at guide to the Prize.
We are pleased to announce the four recipients of the SAGE Prize for 2017:
- Lucy Mayblin, Aneta Piekut, and Gill Valentine, 'Other' Posts in 'Other' Places: Poland through a Postcolonial Lens?, 50(1), 60
Sociological Research Online
- Dawn Lyon, Doing Audio-Visual Montage to Explore Time and Space: The Everyday Rhythms of Billingsgate Fish Market
- Ori Schwarz, The Sociology of Fancy-Schmancy: The Notion of ‘Farterism’ and Cultural Evaluation Under the Regime of Radical Suspicion, 10(2) 141
Work, employment and society
- Pierre Barron, Anne Bory, Sébastien Chauvin, Nicolas Jounin and Lucie Tourette, State categories and labour protest: migrant workers and the fight for legal status in France, 30(4), 631
Please do make use of your BSA Membership benefits and access these articles as well as the wealth of sociological research published in the journals.
To find out more about the shortlisted articles or the judging process, please visit the SAGE Prize page.