BSA journal Sociological Research Online is delighted to announce this year’s nominees for the SAGE prize for Innovation and Excellence.
- Maria Gretzky, Julia Lerner – Students of Academic Capitalism: Emotional Dimensions in the Commercialization of Higher Education
- Kristina Saunders – ‘I Think I Stick Out a Bit’: The Classification of Reproductive Decision-Making
- Ros Walling-Wefelmeyer – The Methodological Potential of Scrapbooking: Theory, Application, and Evaluation
- Maggie O’Neill, Ruth Penfold-Mounce, David Honeywell, Matt Coward-Gibbs, Harriet Crowder, Ivan Hill – Creative Methodologies for a Mobile Criminology: Walking as Critical Pedagogy
- Philip A. Mellor, Chris Shilling – Edgework, Uncertainty, and Social Character
- Sui-Ting Kong, Petula Sik-Ying Ho, Stevi Jackson – Doing being observed: Experimenting with collaborative focus group analysis in post-Umbrella Movement Hong Kong
- Samantha, Punch, Miriam Snellgrove – Playing Your Life: Developing Strategies and Managing Impressions in the Game of Bridge
Congratulations to you all!
The winner will be announced in November.
Nominees are chosen from among the papers published in the 2021 volume judged to demonstrate innovation and/or excellence in a variety of ways. Members of the Editorial board choose a winner from amongst these nominees considering a variety of factors such as (but not limited to) originality and creativity, theoretical, conceptual or methodological approach, topic, connections and theme and contribution to the discipline and the understanding of social life.
All four BSA journals offer this prize annually; previous winners are on the BSA website.