open resource on Sociology

Here are some open resources, those are interpreting about different aspects which related to Sociology . Whether you are  a student  then to be  keen to take advantage of a free online course; or you are interested in new sociology blogs and publications, these resources should hopefully inspire your sociological imagination!

  • PhDs.org is a useful job site tailored for specialists. Search the filtered social science positions at various levels: graduates, early career researchers and more senior executives. You can look for scholarships, internships, postdoctoral offers, project officer roles with not-for-profit groups, research gigs with think tanks, civil service jobs and other positions at the Director level. Most jobs are based in America, but they regularly feature jobs in other parts of the world.
  • Sociology Major.com helps students learn more about sociological concepts and it encourages submissions to support peer learning. There are resources to help with writing papers and sections for sociology texts and sociology authors.
  • Stanford University is offering free courses to the public online, including seven computer science courses and two entrepreneurship courses. There are no tuition fees, no textbooks and no set class times. The courses that may interest sociologists range fromComputer Science 101Human-Computer Interaction and Natural Language Processing. Read more on the UnCollege website.
  • Sociolab is curator of a useful live list of sociology blogs on Tumblr (including mine).  If you have a Tumblr blog dedicated to sociology issues, please get in touch with Sociolab and join the community.
  • Religion and Gender is a free online journal focusing on a range of religious experiences. The first edition features papers on queer theories on religion; ‘macho Buddhism’; African Pentecostal masculinities; and feminist scholarship on pro-choice and anti-abortion lobby groups.
  • Finally, some cross-promotion – I’ve been blogging about otherness, public sociology, media, and political issues on The Other Sociologist. Latest posts cover LGBT marriage; how sociology can address Japan’s environmental efforts to clean up this year’s nuclear disaster; Facebook’s analysis of friendship networks; and ‘unintentional racism’ in Florence + The Machine’s latest video.
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