Scientific editions published by the Institute of Sociology
Lietuvos socialinė raida / Social development of Lithuania
Lietuvos socialinė raida (Social Development of Lithuania) is a peer-reviewed serial scientific edition published by the Institute of Sociology of the Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences. Researchers from the LCSS and other academic institutions publish here research results for the academic community, interested professionals and the general public. Annual publication Social Development
of Lithuania provides an interdisciplinary platform for disseminating scientific knowledge. While covering the research on country’s social and geodemographic change, democracy, living conditions, income differentiation, poverty and social exclusion, as well as issues of various social groups (youth, older people, ethnic groups, families and gender), this serial edition is distinguished by a wide range of topics.
Māris Bērziņš, University of Latvia, Riga (Latvia)
Inga Blažienė, Institute of Sociology at Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences
Jakub Brdulak, Warsaw School of Economics – SGH (Poland)
Viginta Ivaškaitė-Tamošiūnė, European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (Spain)
Aiva Jasilionienė, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (Germany)
Dovilė Krupickaitė, Vilnius University
Sandra Krutulienė, Institute of Sociology at Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences
Tadas Leončikas, Eurofound (Ireland)
Andrius Marcinkevičius, Institute of Sociology at Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences
Aušra Maslauskaitė, Institute of Sociology at Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences
Aurelija Novelskaitė, Institute of Sociology at Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences
Vikinta Rosinaitė, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University
Laimutė Žalimienė, Institute of Sociology at Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences
No. 11 (2022). Labour market transformations in the face of crisis.
No. 10 (2021). Social differentiation and social groups.
No. 9 (2020). Inclusion of social and ethnic minority groups of Lithuania.
No. 8 (2019). Regional aspects of social difference.
No. 7 (2018). Implementation of social inclusion policy in Lithuania.
No. 6 (2017). Labour market changes: problems and opportunities.
No. 5 (2016). The social development of Lithuania: spatial aspect.
No. 4 (2015). Impact of employment policy and social assistance on social stratification.
No. 3 (2014). Residents of Lithuania at the begining of XXI century: sociodemographic aspects.
No. 2 (2013). Migration and ethnicity: from totalitarity to democracy.
No. 1 (2012). The social development of Lithuania during an economic recession.
Socialiniai tyrimai trumpai / Social research in brief
Socialiniai tyrimai trumpai (Social research in brief) is a scientific popularization publication, the purpose of which is to disseminate the results of the latest scientific research of the Institute of Sociology, in order to expand the cooperation of researchers, politicians, public administration and practitioners in other fields, and to provide research-based knowledge to the ongoing social and economic policy.
No. 6 (2022).
No. 5 (2019).
No. 4 (2017).
No. 3 (2014).
No. 2 (2013).
No. 1 (2013).
Etniškumo studijos / Ethnicity studies
Etniškumo studijos (Ethnicity studies) (2003–2015) a peer-reviewed series of ethnicity-related studies and their methodology, published annually in English and Lithuanian by the former Department for Ethnic Studies from 2003 to 2015. Ethnicity Studies included articles on ethnic processes in contemporary societies, emphasizing social science approaches (sociology, anthropology, political science, economics, historical and cultural studies) to the study of ethnicity.
2015/2. Beyond nation? In search of global connections between traumatic memories.
2015/1. Labour migrants: working and living conditions in Lithuania.
2014/2. Identities in migration and border areas.
2014/1. (Un)equal opportunities in education: analysis of early withdrawal of Roma children from school in Vilnius.
2013/2. Ethnicity in Southern Lithuania: between history and current social processes.
2013/1. Implementation of the EU asylum policy: legal and sociological focus.
2012/1-2. Social challenges for ethnic minorities and new migrants groups after Lithuania’s accession to the EU.
2011/1. Identity of ethnic groups in the Baltic states: between historical memory and contemporary challenges.
2009/2. Migrant integration: Third country nationals in Lithuania.
2009/1. Ethnic intolerance in Lithuanian press.
2007/2. Russians in the Baltic sea regions.
2007/1. Assimilation in contemporary Lithuanian Society: choosing the language of education.
2006/1. Ethnic intolerance.
2005. Dimensions of social integration of ethnic groups in the contemporary Lithuanian society.
2004. Perceptions of European integration.
2003. Social adaptation of ethnic minorities.
Periodical scientific journals published by the Institute of Sociology in cooperation with other academic institutions of Lithuania
Filosofija. Sociologija / Philosophy. Sociology
Filosofija. Sociologija (Philosophy. Sociology) is published in cooperation with the Lithuanian Academy of Science (LMA) and Vilnius Gediminas technical university (VGTU). The journal publishes original research articles in the fields of philosophy and sociology. Philosophical and sociological articles are published as separate issues of the journal. The sociological issues cover different topics of sociology and demography preferably based on comparative empirical data. The interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research is especially encouraged. Contributions are accepted in English and Lithuanian. The journal is covered by Clarivate Web of Science since 2008. Indexed in Clarivate (Web of Science), IPSA (International Political Science Abstracts), Scopus EBSCO (SocINDEX with Full Text (peer-reviewed).
Aušra Maslauskaitė, Editor-In-Chief, Lithuanian Academy of Science, Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences, Vytautas Magnus University
Naglis Kardelis, Associated Editor, Lithuanian Culture Research Institute
Sarmitė Mikulionienė, Editorial Secretary, Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences
Tomas Kačerauskas, Editorial Secretary, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University
Yuriy Bilan, University of Szczecin (Poland)
Nico Carpentier, Uppsala University (Sweden)
Vytis Čiubrinskas, Vytautas Magnus University
Romualdas Grigas, Lithuanian Academy of Science
Domantas Jasilionis, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (Germany)
John Knasas, Thomas Aquinas College (USA)
Liutauras Kraniauskas, Klaipėda University
Filomena Maggino, University of Florence (Italy)
Arvydas Virgilijus Matulionis, Lithuanian Academy of Science, Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences
Vladimirs Menšikovs, University of Daugavpils (Latvia)
Algis Mickūnas, Ohio University (USA)
Rūta Muktupavela, Latvian Academy of Culture (Latvia)
Zenonas Norkus, Lithuanian Academy of Science, Vilnius University
Vytautas Rubavičius, Lithuanian Culture Research Institute
Ignas Kęstutis Skrupskelis, University of South Caroline (USA)
Edward Swiderski, University of Fribourg (Switzerland)
Talis Tisenkopfs, University of Latvia, Riga (Latvia)
Krzysztof Zagórski, Kozminski University (Poland)
Dan Zahavi, University of Copenhagen (Denmark)
Geografijos metraštis / Annales Geographicae, The Geographical Yearbook
Geografijos metraštis (Annales Geographicae, The Geographical Yearbook) is the periodic scientific journal, published by Lithuanian Geography Association, Nature Research Centre and Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences. The journal is published in paper and electronic versions. The journal is multidisciplinary and fully reflecting the geographic knowledge of the world’s diversity. It publishes geographic and adjacent fields’ of science articles which are presenting the studies performed in Lithuania, Central Europe or the Baltic Sea region. Papers published in Geografijos metraštis present the results of significant original research. The scientific articles are published in Lithuanian and English languages. The Geographical Yearbook (Annales Geographicae) is indexed/abstracted in: ProQuest, GeoREF, The Central European Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (CEJSH).
Donatas Burneika, Editor-in-Chief, Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences
Dovilė Krupickaitė, Associated Editor, Lithuanian Geography Association, Vilnius University
Ieva Baužienė, Nature Research Centre
Edis Kriaučiūnas, Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences
Eduardas Spiriajevas, Klaipėda University
Boguslavas Gruževskis, Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences
Jussi Jauhiainen, University of Turku (Finland)
Zigmas Kairaitis, Center for Studies in Geography Education
Zaiga Krisjane, University of Latvia, Riga (Latvia)
Sebastian Lentz, Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography, Leipzig (Germany)
Andrej Levchenkov, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad (Russia)
Ramūnas Povilanskas, Klaipėda Universitety
Garri Raagmaa, University of Tartu (Estonia)
Marek Sobczyński, University of Lodz (Poland)
Rasa Šimanauskienė, Vilnius University
Darijus Veteikis, Vilnius university