Sociological Association

Venezuelan Sociological Association began in 1950 in Venezuela and is also named Asociacion Venezolana de Sociologia in Spanish.

Since its inception in 1905, the American Sociological Association (ASA) has served as a professional organization for sociologists.

In May 1951, British academics with expertise in social research established the British Sociological Association, abbreviated as BSA.

The Sociological Association of Ukraine is a non-profit organization that debuted in 1990 for sociologists in Ukraine.

The Uganda Sociological and Anthropological Association, or USAA, is a non-profit organization that debuted in 2006 in Uganda.

To further social sciences for the benefit of the Turkish people, the Turkish Social Sciences Association started in Ankara in 1967.

The Tanzanian Association of Sociologists, also known as Taasisi ya Sayansi Jamii or TASAJA, made its official debut in November 2013.

A group of academics involved in teaching and researching sociology and social policy makes up the Taiwanese Sociological Association.

The Syrian Association for the Social Sciences is a nonprofit entity dedicated to advancing sociology and other social sciences in Arabia.

Swiss sociologists established the Swiss Sociological Association under Article 60 of the Swiss Civil Code.

In 1961, sociologists from Sweden convened in Uppsala to create the Swedish Sociological Association, with the acronym SSA.

The Spanish Federation of Sociology started in 1979 as the successor to the Federation of Sociology Associations of the Spanish State.

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