South African Review of Sociology
The editorial collective is:
Prof Marlize Rabe (Unisa) – 2013 convenor
The South African Review of Sociology (SARS) is the official journal of the South African Sociological Association (SASA). It was previously published under the title of The South African Journal of Sociology and subsequently as Society in Transition. The shift in 2010 to Routledge, Taylor & Francis and Unisa Press reflects a new vision for the journal, with the aim of enhancing the international reputation of the journal and increasing the impact of South African sociology beyond its own borders.
SARS publishes research relevant to the South African sociological community, including research articles based on original research, review articles, briefings and debates. Relevance is not defined in a narrow way, and the journal welcomes contributions on subjects of comparative or theoretical interest. Moreover the journal does not define ‘sociological’ in a restrictive way, but as the study of society in the broadest sense.
Print ISSN: 2152-8586. Online ISSN: 2072-1978. Three issues per year. Accredited
Taylor & Francis/Unisa Press co-published journal