Our 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 as well as the planet.  We welcome 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.


Tina Uys (University of Johannesburg, South Africa), Jan Marie Fritz (University of Cincinnati, USA and University of Johannesburg, South Africa) and Jacques Rhéaume (University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada)

Editorial Board

Ana Maria Araujo (Universidad de la Republica and Coordinator of Nodo Sur - América Latina – RISC, Uruguay)

Vincent de Gaulejac, (Université Paris Cité and President of Réseau International de Sociologie Clinique, France)

Weizhen Dong (University of Waterloo, Canada)

Marie-Anne Dujarier (Université de Paris and President of Sociologie clinique (RT16) of the Association Française de Sociologie, France)

Sharon Lindhorst Everhardt (Troy University, United States)

Sophie Hamisultane (Université de Montréal and President of Sociologie clinque (CR 19) of the Association Internationale des Sociologues de Langue Franҫaise, Canada)

Nelago Indongo (University of Namibia, Namibia)

Kammila Naidoo (University of Johannesburg, South Africa)

Emma Porio (Ateneo de Manila University and Manila Observatory, President of the Clinical Sociology division (RC46) of the International Sociological Association, Philippines)

Pragna Rugunanan (University of Johannesburg, South Africa)

Mariam Seedat-Khan (University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa)

Roger A. Straus (Consultant and President of the Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology, United States)

Agnès Vandevelde-Rougale (Université Paris Cité, France)

Puspa Melati Wan (Taylor’s University, Malaysia)

Edward Webster (Southern Center for Inequality Studies, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa)

Elaine Wethington (Cornell University and the University of Michigan, United States)

Fernando Yzaguirre (Universidad del Atlantico, Colombia)

Johanna O. Zulueta (Toyo University, Japan)

Duties of the Editorial Board Members

The Editorial Board Members are appointed by the Editors.  Members of this advisory group serve voluntarily for a two-year term and may be reappointed. Each Board Member is expected to:

  • Promote the journal in that person’s networks,
  • Provide advice related to the publication of high-quality manuscripts,
  • Serve as reviewers for submissions to the journal,
  • Make recommendations to the Editors.