Contributions to Indian Sociology
Contributions to Indian Sociology (CIS) is a triannual peer-reviewed academic journal covering sociology with an emphasis on South Asian societies and cultures. It was established in 1957 by Louis Dumont and David Francis Pocock. It is published by Sage Publications in association with the Institute of Economic Growth.
|Edited by||Rita Brara, Pratiksha Baxi|
|History||1957, 1967 (New Series)|
Sage Publications (India)
|Frequency||Triannually (in February, June, and October every year)|
|ISO 4||Contributions Indian Sociol.|
|NLM||Contrib Indian Sociol|
CIS was founded by Louis Dumont and David Pocock in 1957 but ceased publication in 1966. A new series commenced publication the next year (1967) at the initiative of T. N. Madan with the support of an international group of scholars including Professors Louis Dumont, A.C. Mayer, Milton Singer and M.N. Srinivas. Published annually till 1974, Contributions became a biannual publication in 1975. From 1999, the journal has been published thrice a year.
Abstracting and indexingEdit
The journal is abstracted and indexed in: