Published by Oxford University Press 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.
In 2012, Social Forces celebrated its 90th Anniversary with a special 90th Anniversary Issue.
- Social Forces at 90, Social Forces 91 (1): 1–2, September 2012
- Social Forces Tomorrow, Social Forces 90 (2): 345–347, December 2011
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