The Zeitschrift für Soziologie publishes peer-reviewed articles from all areas of sociology, aiming to represent both the diversity of empirical research as well as the plurality of theoretical traditions. Founded in 1971, the journal aims to represent the discipline as comprehensively as possible, inviting contributions from sociologists regardless of their conceptual affinities and orientations.
Soziale Welt is one of the leading sociology journals published in German. It is characterised by its clear focus on empirical studies and publishes contributions that aim to describe, explain and understand social conditions, relations and changes using qualitative and quantitative data.
GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences provides essential and internationally relevant research-based services for the social sciences. As the largest European infrastructure institute for the social sciences GESIS offers advice, expertise and services at all stages of scientists' research projects. With this support socially relevant questions can be answered based on the latest scientific methods, and with high quality research data. GESIS operates the Replication Server via the service SowiDataNet|datorium.