Health Sociology Review
An international, scholarly peer-reviewed journal, Health Sociology Review explores the contribution of sociology and sociological research methods to understanding health and illness; to health policy, promotion and practice; and to equity, social justice, social policy and social work. Published in collaboration with the The Australian Sociological Association since 2003 - see copyright notice below.
Cited SSCI SJR SNIP Bibliodata
2011 0.493 0.283 0.445 ISSN 1446-1242
2010 0.667 0.190 0.539 ERA Rank B (2010)
2009 1.486 0.235 0.543 4 issues per year
Health Sociology Review is published in association with The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) under the editorship of Julie Henderson. Health Sociology Review publishes original theoretical and research articles, literature reviews, special issues, symposia, commentaries and book reviews:
Health Sociology Review publishes two regular issues of feature research articles and two topic-based special issues per annum.
Special issues are also released as books with their own ISBN for use as course readers or separate sale to non-subscribers. Evaluation copies of all special issues are available to Course Coordinators from the publisher at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health sociologists, medical anthropologists, cultural studies researchers, health policy and social work researchers, psychologists, counsellors, nurse and medical researchers, are invited to contact the Editor in Chief or Associate Editors with proposals for special issues. Proposals should be grounded in the sociology literature. Special issue proposal guidelines are available from the publisher: email@example.com.
Contributors to regular issues should follow the journal Author Guidelines.
Abstracting and indexing
Health Sociology Review (ISSN 1446-1242) is abstracted and indexed in:
- Scopus/Excerpta - Elsevier Science Publishers
Thomson Reuters Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI)
Thomson Reuters Social Scisearch
Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports (JCR)/Social Sciences Edition
PsycINFO - American Psychological Association
International Bibliography of Social Sciences - London School of Economics
CINAHL Information Services - EBSCO Publishing
AMI - Australian Medical Index (Meditext)
APAIS - Australian Public Affairs Information Service
- Submitted to PubMed: NCBI - PubMed: MEDLINE
- Listed in Cabell's and Ulrich's Periodical Directories
Special issues suseries - Advances in Health Sociology
In addition to availability by individual ISBN, Health Sociology Review special issues are available in hard and electronic copy at discounted rates for new library collections. The annual subseries of special issues is available under the series title Advances in Health Sociology (ISSN 1836-4993). Librarians are invited to contact eContent or your subscription agent for evaluation copies and discounts. See right column on this page for Titles, Descriptions, Tables of Contents and Article Abstracts in this series
Price and availability
Health Sociology Review is available as an 'online plus print-on-demand' subscription. Current prices are indicated under Subscriptions. Institutional subscribers receive access to current and back issues online through Atypon Premium. Supplementary print copies may be ordered directly from the publisher. Multicampus, multiuser licenses and single user password access may be arranged by subscribers through their subscription agent or with the publisher. Online access is available to subscribers through EBSCOhost, SwetsWise, CNPIEC and CELDES.
Discounted hard copy subscriptions are available to TASA members.
Pay per View (PPV) access for individual articles is available online. Special issues are available online under their eISBN on a PPV, sale or multiuser lease from Ebook Library to institutions and from eBooks.com to individuals.
To track copyright compliance each article PDF is issued with a Digital Object Identifier (doi).
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Annual Review of Health Social Sciences (ISSN 1036-6733)
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