Finnish Journal of Social Research

Finnish Journal of Social Research (former Research on Finnish Society) is an annually published peer-reviewed journal focusing on research articles on, and relevant to, Finnish society.

Aims and scope: Its scope is multi-disciplinary, covering sociology, political science, and economics, as well as the other social sciences. 

Frequency: Once per year

Launched: 2008

Peer reviewed: Yes, double-blind peer-review by at least two experts

Open access: Yes

Languages: English

Genres: Research articles

Book reviews: N/A

Publisher: Society of Social and Economic Research in the Universities of Turku

Venue of publication: Turku

Publication level: 1 in Finland

Indexing: DOAJ

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