Sociology of work is the main Italian Journal that addresses the problems of work adopting a sociological approach, with particular attention to dialogue with other disciplines and to social changes. Each issue is composed of an introductory essay by invitation, a monographic section with editors, two or three essays on a theme proposed by the authors and, finally, a section called Notebook. All the essays published in the monographic and free-theme section are selected on the basis of periodic calls and subjected to a double-blind peer review process using the OJS platform. The editors reserve the right to reject contributions sent even at the end of the review process if they do not guarantee compliance with scientific quality standards and with the envisaged editorial standards.
Editor in-chief: Enrica Morlicchio
Filippo Barbera, Vando Borghi, Federico Chicchi, Anna Cortese, Marianna Filandri, Alberto Gherardini, Barbara Giullari, Giorgio Gosetti, Michele La Rosa, Francesco Pirone, Barbara Poggio, Maria Letizia Pruna, Roberto Rizza, Devi Sacchetto, Angelo Salento, Laura Zanfrini
Editorial Staff: Barbara Barabaschi, Andrea Ciarini, Augusto Cocorullo (Referente organizzativo per la direzione), Marcello Pedaci, Francesco Pirone (Coordinatore), Federica Santangelo
International Editorial Advisory Board: Tindara Addabbo, Leonardo Altieri, Giuseppe Bonazzi, Federico Butera, Carlo Carboni, Aldo Carrera, Vanni Codeluppi, Domenico De Masi, Donata Gottardi, Michele La Rosa (Coordinatore), Everardo Minardi, Enzo Mingione, Massimo Paci, Angelo Pichierri, Enrico Pugliese, Emilio Reyneri, Enzo Rullani, Adriana Signorelli, Mino Vianello, Luciano Visentini, Paolo Zurla
Mateo Alaluf (Belgio), Vil Savbanovic Bakirov (Ucraina), Juan Josè Castillo (Spagna), Pierre Desmarez (Belgio), Pierre Dubois (Francia), Claude Durand (Francia), Anna Inga Hilsen (Norvegia), Bryn Jones (Gran Bretagna), Yuri Kazepov (Austria), Jean-Louis Laville (Francia), Christian Marazzi (Svizzera), Serge Paugam (Francia), Andrew Ross (Stati Uniti), Pierre Rolle (Francia), Bengt Starrin (Svezia), Veronika Tacke (Germania), Dina Vaiou (Grecia), Mario Vargas (Colombia), Josh Whitford (Stati Uniti), Ariel Wilkis (Argentina)
The magazine provides two referees chosen among the members of the management and editorial staff or among foreign correspondents. One of the referees can be, on the recommendation of the aforementioned members, chosen among other Italian and foreign sociologist experts. Since the magazine is a monograph, the supervision of the entire volume may, from time to time, be delegated to the two referees chosen, in addition to the articles supervision. The evaluations will be forwarded to the authors in case of refusal to publish too.