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.
The national academic association for sociologists in South Korea debuted in 1956 and is called the Korean Sociological Association.
The SASOV and the Association for Sociologists in Southern Africa merged to form the South African Sociological Association in 1993.
A non-governmental organization in the public interest named the Slovene Sociological Association debuted in 1965 in Slovenia.
The Slovak Sociological Society of the Slovak Academy of Sciences is a non-profit organization comprised of sociologists in Slovakia.
The Yugoslav Association for Philosophy and Sociology split in 1960 and the Serbian Sociological Society was thus formed.
Russian sociologists established the Russian Society of Sociologists in 1999 as the successor of the Soviet Sociological Association.
The Romanian Sociological Association, known as Asociatiei Romane de Sociologie (ARS), debuted in 1990 after the Romanian Revolutions.
In 1985, the Portuguese Sociological Association, also known as Associacao Portuguesa de Sociologia, which is abbreviated as APS, debuted.