Frequently Asked Questions
The Sociological Association of Ireland (SAI) is the professional association for sociologists researching and studying Irish society as well as sociologists working in Ireland and abroad who have an interest in Irish society. The SAI seeks to represent the interests of sociology in Ireland, but is staffed entirely by volunteers, so relies on sociologists to step up and participate in whatever way they can.
Membership benefits include: reduced rates for SAI conferences and events, three copies of the Irish Journal of Sociology per year and free online access, regular newsletters and other publications, access to Study Groups on an array of specialist areas, and an ability to join the committee and participate in the AGM to shape the Association and discipline.
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Full membership costs €55
Reduced-rate membership for students or low-wage €25
The SAI was established in 1973. Read more about SAI
If you do not receive an issue of the journal please contact the SAI by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, including information on the last issue received and any changes to your postal address.
Generally the SAI’s annual conference is held each May or June. To find out about upcoming SAI annual conferences go to Events and select SAI Annual Conference.
To find out about upcoming SAI postgraduate conferences go to Events and select SAI Postgraduate Conference.
The SAI was incorporated as a company limited by guarantee with no share capital in 2008. A copy of the Constitution, Chair’s Report and Annual Accounts are available here.
You can contact the SAI by emailing email@example.com or by completing the contact us form.