766442 CSI0010.1177/0011392118766442Current SociologyEditorial editorial2018 CS Editorial Current Sociology Monograph 2018, Vol. 66(4) 493 –494 The number of choices © The Author(s) 2018 Reprints and permissions: sagepub.co.uk/journalsPermissions.nav https://doi.org/10.1177/0011392118766442 DOI: 10.1177/0011392118766442 journals.sagepub.com/home/csi Current Sociology Monographs (CSM) and SAGE book series Studies in International Sociology (SSIS) are consolidated publications that have an outstanding track record and are both internationally recognized. They encompass many years of experience: Current Sociology Monograph issues were introduced in 2001, as two extra issues per year of the journal Current Sociology, and the SSIS series started in 1974. As editor of both, I con- sidered it necessary to start from this expertise and any proposal or new development should build on these foundations. I was elected as editor and I assumed the position in July 2016. The publication had a dynamic that I was committed to sustain. My first step was to connect with, and learn from, what already existed. This allowed me to be aware of what had already been done, the ‘know how’ available, existing commitments and possibilities of incorporating those inno- vations that were relevant. In a system of this nature, a key condition is: ‘what works, and works well, it is best not to
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