BSA journal, Work, Employment and Society, is delighted to announce this year’s nominees for the SAGE Prize for Innovation and Excellence.
- Chiara Benassi & Tim Vlandas – Trade unions, bargaining coverage and low pay: A multilevel test of institutional effects on low-pay risk in Germany
- Tom Porter, Tom Shakespeare & Andrea Stockl – Trouble in Direct Payment Personal Assistance Relationships
- Knut Laaser & Jan Ch. Karlsson – Towards a Sociology of Meaningful Work
- Patricia Harrison, Helen Collins, & Alexandra Bahor – ‘We Don’t Have the Same Opportunities as Others’: Shining Bourdieu’s Lens on UK Roma Migrants’ Precarious (Workers’) Habitus
- Jan Eckhard – Gender Differences in the Social Consequences of Unemployment: How Job Loss Affects the Risk of Becoming Socially Isolated
- Khandakar Shahadat & Shahzad Uddin – Labour Controls, Unfreedom and Perpetuation of Slavery on a Tea Plantation
Congratulations to you all!
The winner will be announced in April. Keep an eye on our social media channels to find out!
Nominees are chosen from among the papers published in the 2022 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.