In this Issue
Founded in 1922, Social Forces is a renowned journal of sociological research associated with the Southern Sociological Society. It highlights sociological inquiry but also explores realms shared with social psychology, anthropology, political science, history, and economics. Each issue usually includes ten to fourteen articles, twenty to twenty-five full book reviews, and five to ten "take note" reviews. Social Forces is widely circulated in the US and over one hundred foreign countries.
published byThe University of North Carolina Press
viewing issueVolume 81, Number 3, March 2003
Table of Contents
- Rethinking the Sociological Measurement of Poverty
- pp. 715-751
- DOI: 10.1353/sof.2003.0025
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