Siggi is the new sociology magazine. Published twice a year, it is an unique space for sociologists to reach a general public through creative, reflective and accessible writing. It features short essays, photos, interviews, field anecdotes, serials, sociological columns, theoretical or methodological proposals, in short, everything that sociology has to offer!
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