Work and Occupations

Work and Occupations

2015 Impact Factor: 2.667
2015 Ranking: 6/142 in Sociology | 2/26 in Industrial Relations & Labor
2016 Release of Journal Citation Reports, Source: 2015 Web of Science Data
An International Sociological Journal

Daniel B. Cornfield Vanderbilt University

eISSN: 15528464 | ISSN: 07308884 | Current volume: 44 | Current issue: 2 Frequency: Quarterly

Get a broad perspective on the dynamics of the workplace and examine international approaches to work-related issues in this respected journal. Work and Occupations offers distinguished scholarship with an interdisciplinary perspective.

Work and Occupations brings you original contributions in a wide range of work areas, addressing such current topics as:

  • Emotion, work, and labor
  • Gender and race relations
  • Globalization and work
  • Immigrant and migrant workers
  • Internal labor markets
  • Labor force trends
  • Labor-management relations
  • Labor movement revitalization
  • Networks in careers and workplaces
  • Occupational safety and health
  • Organizational careers
  • Organizational culture
  • Socialization processes
  • Transitions between work, home, unemployment, and school
  • Violence in the workplace
  • Work and family
  • Work attitudes and behaviors
  • Worker cultures
  • Workplace diversity
  • Work group dynamics
  • Working in later life

For over 30 years, Work and Occupations has published rigorous social science research on the human dynamics of the workplace, employment, and society from an international, interdisciplinary perspective. Work and Occupations provides you with a broad perspective on the workplace, examining international approaches to work-related issues as well as insights from scholars in a variety of fields, including: anthropology, demography, education, government administration, history, industrial relations, labour economics, management, psychology, and sociology. In addition to regular features including research notes, review essays, and book reviews, each issue of Work and Occupations is an outlet for original contributions in a wide range of areas associated with work, addressing such current topics as: emotion, work, and labor, employee involvement, gender and race relations, globalization and work, immigrant and migrant workers, internal labor markets, labor force trends, labor-management relations, labor markets and careers, labor movement revitalization, managing workplace diversity, networks in careers and workplaces, occupations and professions, occupational health and safety, organizational careers, organizational culture, socialization processes, transitions between work, home, unemployment, and school, violence in the workplace, work and family, work attitudes and behaviors, worker cultures, work group dynamics, worker productivity, working in later life, workplace conflict, and workplace organization.

Deputy Editor
Quan D. Mai Vanderbilt University
Book Review Editor
Rachel E. Skaggs Vanderbilt University
Managing Editor
Pamela A. Tichenor Vanderbilt University
Associate Editors
Elizabeth K. Barna Vanderbilt University
Lauren Brenzel Vanderbilt University
Brittany N. Hearne Vanderbilt University, USA
Megan Robinson Vanderbilt University
Ryan D. Talbert Vanderbilt University
Kanetha B. Wilson Vanderbilt University
Editorial Board
Bruce Barry Vanderbilt University
Mary Blair-Loy University of California, San Diego
Michael Burawoy Berkeley University, USA
Reginald A. Byron Southwestern University, USA
Jorge Carrillo El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Emilio J. Castilla Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Maria Lorena Cook Cornell University
Cynthia Fuchs Epstein City University of New York
Enrique Fernández-Macías Eurofound
Alexandre Frenette Arizona State University
Markus Gangl University of Frankfurt
Kathleen Gerson New York University
Elizabeth H. Gorman University of Virginia
Doo-Seung Hong Seoul National University
Hande Inanc OECD
Larry Isaac Vanderbilt University
Sanford M. Jacoby University of California, Los Angeles
Arne Kalleberg University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Julie A. Kmec Washington State University
Anne-Kathrin Kronberg Goethe University
Steven Lopez Ohio State University
Ray Marshall University of Texas, Austin
Richard E. Ocejo CUNY, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Barbara F. Reskin University of Washington
Jeffery J. Sallaz University of Arizona
Lijun Song Vanderbilt University
Enrique de la Garza Toledo Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa, Villa Coapa
Steven Vallas Northeastern University
Christine L. Williams University of Texas, Austin
Alford A. Young Jr. University of Michigan
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