Dear RC33 members, Another unpredictable year has passed. RC33 has never had such a turbulent year, as far as I can remember. But we made the most of it! We have tried to organize our RC33 conference on site in Cyprus after postponing for a year, but regrettable we had to make the decision to […]
Due to the advantages of lower cost and higher efficiency, online surveys have been more commonly used than other survey modes. The disadvantages of volunteer-based or non-probability online surveys, however, are associated with lack of a sampling frame, selection bias, and coverage issues which often result in lower data quality and skewed response distributions. Recent […]
The minutes for the RC33 board meeting held on 8 September 2021 can be found in the Business Meeting section of the website.
Call for Papers (deadline: 31 December 2021): The RC20 Regional Conference on Comparative Sociology & the 2nd RC33 Regional Conference on Social Science Methodology: Asia (Tokyo, Japan, 12– 16 September 2022, Japan Women’s University) Research Committee on Comparative Sociology (RC 20) & Research Committee on Logic and Methodology in Sociology (RC 33) RC33 is pleased […]
The latest version of the RC33 Online Conference programme is Version 4 and can also be found on the conferences tab.
The RC33 conference will be online from September 7-10 2021. The conference will take place via teams. If you want to participate (and you are not a presenter), please send an email before August 16 2021 to Inga Gaizauskaite: email@example.com. Presenters will automatically participate. Participation is free of charge, but you should be a member […]
We would like to inform you about the changes related to the RC33 membership benefits for those who are currently members and for those who are planning to become members. Following a long term partnership with SAGE and the journal Bulletin de Methodologie Sociologique (BMS), starting in 2021 all valid members of RC33 will receive […]