+ What is Socionomics?
Socionomics is the study of social mood’s impact on social actions. The best way to learn the basics of socionomics is to visit our beginner’s section.
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+ What’s the difference between The Socionomist and Progress in Socionomics?
The Socionomist is a monthly subscription-based service that publishes new research and commentary focused on helping you prepare for changes in social mood that most people never see coming. Read more or subscribe here. Progress in Socionomics is a free update that gives you the latest news in socionomics. This is where you’ll hear about new books, speaking events, and other announcements. Read the latest issue.
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+ Is there a university degree program in socionomics?
A degree program in socionomics is not yet available. You can find some socionomics educational resources here. Please contact us if you are a university professor or graduate student interested in incorporating socionomics into your classes or research.
+ How can I submit an article for publication in The Socionomist?
We invite people who share our interest in socionomics to submit articles for publication in The Socionomist. To download a copy of our Submission Guidelines, please click here. In addition, one of the best guidelines for prospective writers is The Socionomist itself. We suggest that you read at least six issues before writing an article and submitting it for publication. Articles should be well-researched and well-written. The review process is rigorous, and we cannot guarantee publication. Please allow up to eight weeks for a response.
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