Corvinus Journal of Sociology and Social Policy

CJSSP is a double blind peer-reviewed journal of the Sociology Doctoral School of the Corvinus University of Budapest (CUB). It publishes original academic articles, research notes, and reviews from sociology, social policy and related fields in English. It invites contributions from the international community of social researchers. The journal covers a wide range of relevant social issues. It is open to new questions, unusual pesrpectives, explorations and explanations of social and economic behavior, local society, or supranational challenges. Strong preference is given to problem-driven, theoretically grounded empirical researches, comparative findings, logical arguments and careful methodological solutions.

The journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. With simillar objectives we do not charge authors for the publication of their articles. Articles submission and processing is free of charge as well.
CJSSP is financed by the Sociology Doctoral School of CUB. It is published in yearly volumes of two issues. It is reposited at Corvinus Research ( by EBSCO, CEEOL, Google Scholar, Sociological Abstracts, WoS ESCI, EconBib, Index Copernicus (ICV for 2014 is 63,34),  IBSS Proquest and InfoBase Index (IBI-factor for 2015 is 3,6).

Vol 8, No 1 (2017)

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Table of Contents

Réka Várnagy, Gabriella Ilonszki
Dénes Bank
Eszter Kádár


Turkan Firinci Orman
Katalin Feher
Abisoye David Ajibade


Student-friendly and critical book about visual methodologies. Praises and critics. Gillian Rose: Visual Methodologies. An Introduction to Researching with Visual Materials. 4th Edition. Sage Publications, London, 2016.
Zsuzsanna Géring
Digital Ethnography: Principles and Practice - Sarah Pink, Heather Horst, John Postill, Larissa Hjorth, Tania Lewis, Jo Tacchi (2015, London, Sage Publications)
Anna Fruzsina Győr
Mobilizing on the extreme right. Germany, Italy and the United States by Manuale Caiani, Donatella Della Porta, and Claudius Wagemann (2012, Oxford, Oxford University Press)
Gábor Ferencz
Frontline Ukraine: Crisis in the Borderlands
Volodymyr Solovey
The age of sharing, book review
Fanni Bársony
Theorizing in social science: The context of discovery by Richard Swedberg Stanford University Press 2014
Ádám Kornél Havas, Seden Safak Eren, Szidónia Katalin Nagy, Gargi Roy, Mounia Utzeri, Wazir Ali


Thanks to reviewers of previous issues
CJSSP Editors