Undergraduate Academic Journal
In a world that is getting more complex and global, it is important to step aside and look at our everyday life from an entirely new perspective. Developing questions about our lives that we never had time to ask, trying to find answers to those questions, and sharing the new discoveries (both theoretical and empirical) are what SocialEyes aims to do. We do not require expertise in Sociological theories or research methods, but we require your sociological imagination.
SocialEyes publish one issue every end of the academic year and it gets read by all students and professors in Sociology department, deans and provosts in Arts & Science school, and globally. As our issues get published online as in print, some of our articles get translated for undergraduate journals of other universities.
Call for Submissions
SocialEyes is accepting submissions from undergraduate students for Issue 9. We accept submissions until the end of November. Submissions include:
- Papers and assignments completed for a course
- Informal free writes
- Research works (both theoretical and empirical)
- Photography / Illustrations
All submissions should have sociological themes. The submission process is entirely online. Follow the submission guidelines below and email all submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are now accepting submissions to SocialEyes for Issue 9. Submissions should include the following:
- Your contact information: email address and phone number (optional)
- If you are studying abroad, indicate which semester(s): ex) Fall 2016
- A title of the work
- The date of submission
- Your paper
- Erase any information in your paper: ex) Professor’s name, date, etc.
All text should be sent in .doc Word format, double spaced, Times New Roman, 12-point font. Academic papers should be in American Psychological Association (APA) format. Submissions are not restricted to sociology courses.
All submissions are anonymously reviewed by our editorial and Eboard. Our Managing Editor, Cristina Zubizaretta, will contact you once your submission has been reviewed by the first week of December. All submissions and inquiries should be sent to email@example.com.
Become a Part of SocialEyes
SocialEyes is seeking dedicated undergraduates to help with the editing and publishing of our ninth issue. There are two potential positions available. Students are able to apply for one or both positions.
1. Editor: As an editor, you will be assigned one or two pieces to edit. There will be three rounds of editing starting from December to March (Dec-Jan, Jan-Feb, and Feb-Mar) where you will collaborate with the submitted author(s), our Graduate Assistant, and members from the Editorial board. Editors will also be responsible for attending an editor workshop (date tba) and editorial board meetings, which will happen once every month from November to March. After March, editors will attend the journal launching party to celebrate their work.
2. Columnist: As a columnist, you will be working under Ashbrook Gwinn, our Head of Social Media & Marketing. Columnists will regularly post their opinions on interesting articles or news that has sociological themes and issues on the SocialEyes Facebook page. The SocialEyes Facebook page is a forum for BC undergraduates to connect and share sociological ideas with on another. Columnists will work from September to May.
If you are interestd in joining, please email Kara Murdock at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kara Murdock - Editor in Chief, email@example.com
Cristina Zubizarreta - Managing Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Juliana Hillis - Associate Editor, email@example.com
Ashbrook Gwinn - Associate Editor & Head of Social Marketing & Media, firstname.lastname@example.org
Deniz Ryan - Graduate Assistant, Proofreader, and Fact Checker, email@example.com
Charles Derber - Faculty Moderator, firstname.lastname@example.org
SocialEyes, Issue 8, Spring 2017
SocialEyes, Issue 7, Spring 2016
SocialEyes, Issue 6, Spring 2015
SocialEyes, Issue 5, Spring 2014
SocialEyes, Issue 4, Winter 2013
SocialEyes, Issue 3, Winter 2012
SocialEyes, Issue 2, Fall 2010
SocialEyes, Issue 1, Fall 2009
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