About the Journal

The Clinical Sociology Review, a peer-reviewed and open-access journal, publishes – in English, French and Spanish – research articles, essays, historical pieces, reviews, and teaching as well as practice notes.  Clinical sociology is a creative, interdisciplinary, humanistic and rights-based field that focuses on analysis and intervention to improve all our lives and the planet.
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Clinical sociology is a creative, interdisciplinary, humanistic and rights-based field that focuses on analysis and intervention to improve all our lives as well as the planet.  The Clinical Sociology Review welcomes accessible and engaging contributions from a variety of disciplines that will help us examine, reduce, and resolve problems at all intervention levels, from individual through global.


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Current Issue

Vol. 18 No. 2 (2023)

Published: 2023-12-13

History of Clinical Sociology

Harvey Warren Zorbaugh (1896-1965)

Jan Marie Fritz
Abstract 39 | PDF Downloads 18

Page 1-3

Sociology in the Clinic

Harvey Zorbaugh
Abstract 78 | PDF Downloads 33

Page 4-10

Articles

Evangelical Christianity and Criminal Rehabilitation

Wesley Cohoon
Abstract 85 | PDF Downloads 65

Page 48-82

Clinical Sociologists as Guardians ad Litem

Yvonne Vissing, Eric Knudsen
Abstract 41 | PDF Downloads 19

Page 102-131

Resources

Building a Strong Clinical Sociology Program through Accreditation

Amitra Wall, Norma Winston
Abstract 47 | PDF Downloads 18

Page 132-139

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