Digital archive 1974-2004 (volumes 1-31)
This journal appeared under the title Sociologisch Tijdschrift from volume 9 on. In January 2005, the Amsterdams Sociologisch Tijdschrift and the Sociologische Gids merged and continued as Sociologie.
Digital archive 1973-2003 (volumes 1-30)
Beleid en Maatschappij (B&M, BenM) is aimed at administrators and policymakers in the public as well as the private sector. An independent forum, it offers a platform for both documented analysis and academically founded policy criticism. This takes place from a multidisciplinary perspective: sociology, economics, law, history, political science, public administration, philosophy and political philosophy.
Digital archive 1925-2000 (volumes 1-75)
Mensch en Maatschappij (People and Society) has existed since 1925, and under the title Mens en Maatschappij since 1947, which was later written as Mens & Maatschappij. Subtitles include: a journal for anthropology, psychology, genetics, eugenetics, prehistory, ethnology, sociography, sociology, criminal science, ethics and philosophy of law, also official publication of the Nederlandsch Nationaal Bureau voor Anthropologie (Netherlands National Anthropology Agency), and a journal for the social sciences.
Digital archive 1953-2002 (volumes 1-49)
The Sociologische Gids (Sociological Guide) offers an academic outlook on developments in the field and in society as a whole. It aims to reflect the theoretical and methodological pluriformity that is characteristic of sociology. Related fields such as social psychology, communication science and anthropology are also represented in this journal. In January 2005, the Amsterdams Sociologisch Tijdschrift and the Sociologische Gids merged and continued as Sociologie.
Digital archive 1985-2004 (volumes 1-20)
The Tijdschrift voor Arbeidsvraagstukken (TvA, Journal for Labour-Related Issues) covers issues regarding the labour market, labour organization, labour relations, labour conditions and social security from a social-science perspective. This journal contains academic articles characterized by a certain topical value or policy orientation: research articles and opinions, research notes, columns, literature reviews and book reviews.
Cultuur in de Spiegel (Culture in the Mirror) is a cooperation between the University of Groningen and the SLO, the Dutch national expertise centre for curriculum development. The project is funded by the VSB Fund, the University of Groningen and the participating primary and secondary schools.
Digital archive 1979 - 2011.
GAGL was a working papers series in English and German on the subject of Germanic linguistics, founded by Werner Abraham, and published by the University of Groningen between 1972 and 2011.
Digital Archive 1995-2012 (volumes 1-17).
This presentation series of the Lutje (Gronings voor 'little') Psychiatric-Legal Society contains articles about themes on the border between justice and mental health care.
The Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies (Journal for Gender Studies) is the forum for the academic problematization of gender in relation to other forms of discrimination and exclusion such as ethnicity, sexual orientation, class or age. The journal publishes articles on gender issues from all relevant disciplines that make an academic contribution to the debate about gender and intersectionality in the Netherlands and Flanders. The journal is an interdisciplinary medium at the crossroads of the humanities, social, cultural, health and natural sciences. It appears quarterly and contains academic articles as well as interviews, book reviews, discussion files and opinions in Dutch and English. The archive includes all volumes of the Tijdschrift voor Vrouwenstudies between 1980 and 1997 and the publicly accessible volumes of the Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies from 1998-2012.
Timing & Time Perception Reviews is the premier outlet for integrative and multidisciplinary reviews on timing and time perception, broadly defined.
The academic film magazine 'Versus' guided and co-defined the first developments of film science as an academic discipline in the Netherlands and Flanders from the late seventies until the nineties. The journal was created by the first department of Film Studies in the Netherlands (Film and Performing Arts, Catholic University Nijmegen).
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