International Journal of Comparative Sociology

This bi-yearly journal publishes research, studies made in different cultures and societies and articles of interest to the international social science community.

Articles from Vol. 41, No. 2, May

A Darwinian Theory of Ethnicity, "Race," and Nationality
If we could first know where we are, and whither we are tending, we could better judge what to do and how to do it. Abraham Lincoln (1971:40) Introduction The figure summarizes this paper. The theory it proposes views large-scale human sociocultural...
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RIAZ HASSAN [*, **] Institutional Configurations and Trust in Religious Institutions in Muslim Societies ABSTRACT Historical scholarship indicates that the institutional configurations of Islamic societies can be classified into two types,...
Family and Economic Growth: A World-System Approach and a Cross-National Analysis
EDWARD KICK [*] BYRON DAVIS [**] MARLENE LEHTINEN [***] LIYA WANG [****] ABSTRACT Family research in sociology has concentrated on the national-level determinants of family structure and process. The approach we propose, in contrast,...
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