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The Revue de l'Institut de sociologie, a journal of French-language general sociology, has been published without interruption since 1920 and hosts articles, notes and reviews that compose thematic issues alternating with varia. Hosted by the Institut de sociologie founded in 1902 by Ernest Solvay at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, the journal has an international scientific committee and, since 2010, a Bureau. The Bureau meets to make the decisions that concern the editorial programming and the life of the magazine. The Scientific Committee is solicited on an ad hoc basis to provide notices of publication or corrections on articles submitted to the journal, and also to propose contributions and thematic volumes. Either the Bureau launches a call for papers on a given topic, or it examines the merits and relevance of the articles and thematic issues proposed for publication. When these articles are retained by the Bureau, they are evaluated by at least two international referees, whether or not part of the Scientific Committee. If corrections are required by the referees, the request is sent to the authors who are required to return their article with the necessary corrections and amendments. Volumes prior to 2010 are not intended for posting online and are only available in paper format.

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