The Humboldt Journal of Social Relations (HJSR) is a peer reviewed free online journal housed in the Department of Sociology at Humboldt State University. This internationally recognized journal produces one annual themed spring edition focused around current issues and topics. While the articles primarily draw authors from the social sciences, we have also facilitated interdisciplinary collaborations among authors from the arts, humanities, natural sciences & the social sciences.
As a department we work to address social justice at the local, regional and global level. Through our research and our community involvement, we commit to continue addressing various issues of social injustice. As a department we will foster a desire and respect for social change amongst our students and our local community. As part of this social justice work we developed a strong critical criminology major that began accepting students in 2013/14. The CJS major is embedded within the sociology program and builds upon our existing strengths in inequality, environment and community.
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Humboldt Journal of Social Relations © 1991 Department of Sociology, Humboldt State University