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ISSN 1304-2998 | e-ISSN 2667-6931 | Period Biannually | Founded: 1941 | Publisher Istanbul University | http://iupress.istanbul.edu.tr/tr/journal/iusd/home


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Published by the Istanbul University Department of Sociology, İstanbul University Journal of Sociology has held an important place in the development of sociology as a scientific discipline in Turkey. First published in 1917, İstanbul University Journal of Sociology was the first sociology journal written in Turkish. In its roughly 100-year history, the journal has become the most pioneering and prominent publication within the discipline.


Istanbul University Journal of Sociology is an open-access, double-blind peer-reviewed, international journal focusing on the publication of research and studies covering all aspects of the social. The journal’s goal is to aid and facilitate both international and interdisciplinary scientific communication, to strengthen the links between scientific research and society in Turkey, and to stimulate and enhance the quality of debate. Representing an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of recent data and expert opinions, it reflects the importance of a comprehensive approach to resolving the social problems in Turkey.

İstanbul University Journal of Sociology

ISSN 1304-2998 | e-ISSN 2667-6931 | Period Biannually | Founded: 1941 | Publisher Istanbul University | http://iupress.istanbul.edu.tr/tr/journal/iusd/home
Cover Image


Manuscript submission system of the journal is ScholarOne 

Published by the Istanbul University Department of Sociology, İstanbul University Journal of Sociology has held an important place in the development of sociology as a scientific discipline in Turkey. First published in 1917, İstanbul University Journal of Sociology was the first sociology journal written in Turkish. In its roughly 100-year history, the journal has become the most pioneering and prominent publication within the discipline.


Istanbul University Journal of Sociology is an open-access, double-blind peer-reviewed, international journal focusing on the publication of research and studies covering all aspects of the social. The journal’s goal is to aid and facilitate both international and interdisciplinary scientific communication, to strengthen the links between scientific research and society in Turkey, and to stimulate and enhance the quality of debate. Representing an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of recent data and expert opinions, it reflects the importance of a comprehensive approach to resolving the social problems in Turkey.

Volume 40 - Issue 2 - Dec 31, 2020
  1. The Renaissance of Industrial Policy: Developmentalism in the Era of Post Globalization
    Pages 577 - 597
    Bai GAO
  2. A Reassessment of Turkey’s Import Substitution Strategy: Bureaucracy, Politics, and the International Organizations
    Pages 599 - 623
    Emrah YILDIZ
  3. Globalization and Domestic Coping Strategies: The Development of China’s Industrial Clusters
    Pages 625 - 647
    Li GUOWU, Bai GAO
  4. Developmental States in the Twenty-First Century: New Wine into Old Bottles?
    Pages 649 - 676
    Judit RİCZ
  5. Development Finance: A Financing Platform Between the Government and the Market
    Pages 677 - 699
    Liu WEİPİNG, Liu DAREN
  6. Imitation, Innovation and State Capacity: What Do East Asian Industrial Policies Imply?
    Pages 701 - 722
    K. Ali AKKEMİK, Murat YÜLEK
  7. Financialization and Enhancement of State Resource Mobilization Capacity
    Pages 723 - 744
    Liu CHANGXİ, Gui YONG, Yu QİN
  8. Dragon’s Abacus: Developmentalist Strategy and Economic- Social Consequences of Chinese Companies in Africa
    Pages 745 - 766
    Jun YAN, Chong ZHANG, Tingting Lİ
  9. Theorizing the Developmental State beyond Nation-State Histories and Trajectories: The Non-Sovereign Model and the Case of Finland
    Pages 767 - 802
    Juho KORHONEN
  10. The Evolution of China’s High-tech Zones and the Guiding Philosophy of the Developmental State
    Pages 803 - 821
    Zuoxiang ZHAO
  11. The Developmental Government and Economic Development in Sri Lanka 2005–2019: Lessons from East Asian Developmentalism
    Pages 823 - 846
    Yan HE
  12. Developmental States in Sub-Saharan Africa: Reflections on State, Development, and Foreign Policy
    Pages 847 - 862
    Hüseyin Emrah KARAOĞUZ
  13. Türkiye’deki Planlı Kalkınmanın Eğitim Kurumu Olarak Halk Eğitimi Merkezleri
    Pages 863 - 887
    Mehmet Güven AVCI, Elif KIRAN
  14. Kovid-19 Küresel Salgın Sürecinde İstanbul Üniversitesi Uzaktan Eğitim Uygulamalarına Genel Bir Bakış
    Pages 889 - 930
    Mahmut AK, Levent ŞAHİN, Ahmet Naim ÇİÇEKLER, Mehmet Ali ERTÜRK
  15. Horizontal Skills Mismatch in Vocational Education in Turkey: The Reasons for Out-of-Field Employment
    Pages 931 - 955
    H. Eren SUNA, Hande TANBERKAN, Emine EROĞLU, Mahmut ÖZER, Bekir S. GÜR
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