A new American Sociological Review study has found that experiencing violence as an adolescent leads to early romantic relationships and cohabitating. On average, they found that victimized youth entered romantic relationships nine months earlier than non-victimized youth.
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The ASA Rose Series in Sociology will have a new home at the City University of New York (CUNY) for the next three years.
ASA announces the 2018 slate of candidates for ASA officers and committees. Ballots will be sent in April 2018.
Sociologists Receive ASA Funding to Study Impact of Laws Permitting Concealed Weapons on College Campuses
If you are a student at a public college or university in Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Mississippi, Oregon, Texas, Utah, or...
"Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, Professor of Sociology at Duke University, is more than a dedicated scholar. He is a mentor to many."
With access to more personal data than ever before, police have the power to solve crimes more quickly. But, in practice, the influx of...
ASA on the Issues
ASA expresses deep concern with the unfolding humanitarian crisis in the territories of Puerto Rico and USVI in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
The ASA online application and renewal site is now open for 2018 membership.
If the core divide between Black Lives Matter and All/Blue Lives Matter is whether Black people are more likely to experience violence at...
Contexts is a quarterly magazine that makes cutting-edge social research accessible to general readers. It's the public face of sociology.
Last week, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, during oral arguments in the gerrymandering case Gill v Whitford , referred to social...