Overview

ISSN 0254-1106
ISSN eletrónico 2182-7435
Open access journal 

Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais, a four-monthly publication of the Centre for Social Studies, publishes original papers presenting advanced research and creative theoretical thinking with respect to the Social Sciences and the Humanities. The journal favours works with a transdisciplinary approach and that contribute to the theoretical discussion, epistemological thinking and critical knowledge of contemporary reality on a global scale. Accepting submissions that cover all geographical contexts, RCCS gives special emphasis to works that contribute to the Global South debate. Submissions are subject to a rigorous double-blind peer review process.

RCCS mainly publishes issues focused on specific themes, assigned to qualified researchers within their areas of expertise, although it also publishes an average of one non-thematic issue per year. Submissions are subject to a rigorous double-blind peer review process.

Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais is part of the network Eurozine and is indexed in Scopus, SJR – SCImago Journal and Country Rank, Web of Science-Clarivate Analytics (Emerging Sources Citation Index - ESCI and SciELO Citation Index), SciELO, Qualis-CAPES, DOAJ, ERIH Plus, EBSCO, Francis, International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, Latindex, Pascal, Sudoc, Sociological Abstracts, Worldcat and Bielefield Academic Search Engine.

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ATTRIBUTION OF THE REVISTA CRÍTICA DE CIÊNCIAS SOCIAIS PRIZE (2022 EDITION)

The papers “Transformar o mundo pelo trabalho, pela estética e pela política: uma análise de coletivos teatrais como utopias reais”, by Joana S. Marques, and “Swaps e empresas públicas em Portugal: uma história de poder, cisnes negros e ilusões”, by Júlio Lobão, won ex æquo the 2022 edition of the Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais Prize in the amount of 1.000 euros.

One honorable mention was attributed to the paper “Vida cotidiana y experiencias morales de un grupo de jóvenes en conflicto con la ley en Santiago, Chile”, by Mauricio Carreño Hernández, Gabriel Abarca-Brown and Esteban Radiszcz.