About the Journal
The Journal of Political Sociology (JPS) opens a forum to discuss 'the political' of societal change. JPS goes beyond a narrow understanding of political sociology to study state organizations, public policy, and much more: articles investigate political processes in art, economics, education, ecology, science, technology, religion, public health, and identity formation. Recent frictions in these fields afford new approaches, dialogues, and methodologies in the study of politics. Engagement with inter- and transdisciplinary approaches, novel methods, and diverse publics therefore is particularly welcome. JPS is committed to empirical inquiry, theoretical reflection and critical debate.