Section on Children and Youth Distinguished Career Award
2016: Jeylan Mortimer, University of Minnesota
2013: William Corsaro, Indiana University
Distinguished Career Service Award
2017: Jens Qvortrup, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
2013: Viviana Zelizer, Princeton University
Distinguished Contribution to Advocacy
2011: Council on Contemporary Families, Co-Chairs: Joshua Coleman and Stephanie Coontz
2008: Strategies for Children, Boston, Massachusetts
2005: Kristin Anderson Moore, Child Trends, Inc.
Section on Children and Youth Distinguished Early Career Award
2015: Kristin Turney, University of California, Irvine
2012: Stefani Mollborn, University of Colorado, Boulder
2010: Allison Pugh, University of Virginia
2009: Lori Peek, Colorado State University
2006: Amanda E. Lewis, University of Chicago
2003: Robert Crosnoe, University of Texas, Austin
Section on Children and Youth Graduate Student Paper Award
2017: Michela Musto, “Becoming Geniuses and Leaders: Gender, Academic Tracking and Boy’s Misbehaviors in Middle School”
2016: Caitlin Daniel, “Economic Constraints on Taste Formation and the True Cost of Healthy Eating," Social Science & Medicine 148:34-41. 2016.
2016: Frank Edwards, “Saving Children, Controlling Families: Punishment, Redistribution, and Child Protection,” American Sociological Review 81(3):575-595. 2016.
2015: Hyeyoung Kwon, “Familial Double Bind: The Work of Children in Immigrant Families”
2014: Anthony Jack, Harvard University, “Culture Shock Revisited: The Social and Cultural Contingencies to Class Marginality,” Sociological Forum 29(2):453-475. 2014.
2013: Daniel Herda, University of California, Davis, “The Specter of Discrimination: Reported Racial Discrimination Fear among Minority Adolescents in Chicago,” Social Science Research 55:48-62. 2016.
2012: Jennifer Augustine, Rice University, "Maternal Education, Family Structure, and the Diverging Destinies of Children," Demography 49(4):1361–1383. 2012.
2011: Hyun Sik Kim, University of Wisconsin, “Consequences of Parental Divorce for Child Development,” American Sociological Review 76(3):487-511. 2011.
2011: Liza Steele, Princeton University, “'Gift from God': Adolescent Motherhood and Religion in Brazilian Favelas,” Sociology of Religion 72(1):4-27. 2011.
2010: Emily Rauscher, New York University, "Producing Adulthood: Adolescent Employment, Fertility, and the Life Course," Social Science Research 40(2):552-571.
2009: Kyle Longest, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, "Popularity Lost: Identity Status and its Consequences During the Transmission to Adulthood”
2008: Hilary Levey, Princeton University, "Which One Is Yours?: Children and Ethnography," Qualitative Sociology 32(3):311-331. 2009.
2007: Karl Bryant, University of California, San Diego, "Making Gender Identity Disorder of Childhood: Historical Lessons for Contemporary Debates," Sexuality Research & Social Policy 3(3):23-39. 2006.
2007: Christopher Wildeman, Princeton University, "Parental Imprisonment, the Prison Boom, and the Concentration of Childhood Disadvantage,” Demography 46(2):265-280. 2009.
2006: Natasha K. Warikoo, University of London, “Youth Culture and Peer Status Among Children of Immigrants in London and New York: Assessing the Cultural Explanation for Downward Assimilation”
2005: Hiromi Ishizawa, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, "Minority Language Use Among Grandchildren in Multigenerational Households," Sociological Perspectives 47(4):465-483. 2004.
2003: Christine Carter, University of California, Berkeley, “Love Comes in Different Package: The Effect of Family Social Capital on Childhood Thriving”
2001: Suzanne Ryan, Carolina Population Center, “Effects of Family Structure History and Poverty on Adolescent Emotional Health”
2000: Tiffani Chin, University of California, Los Angeles, “Sixth Grade Madness: Parental Emotion Work in the Private High School Application Process”
1999: Saeko Kikuzawa, Indiana University, “Family Composition and Sex Differential Mortality Among Children in Early Modern Japan: Evidence from Yokouchi, 1671-1871,” Social Science History 23(10:99-127. 1999.
1999: Robert Crosnoe, Stanford University, “High School Curriculum Track and Adolescent Association with Deviant Friends,” Journal of Adolescent Research 17(2): 143-167. 2002.
1998: Lisa Sun-Hee Park, Northwestern University, “Growing up Too Fast and Not Fast Enough: The Work and Responsibilities of Entrepreneurial Children”
1997: Laurie Scarborough Voss, Northwestern University, “Teaching, Disputing, and Playing: Cross-Gender Interaction and Space Utilization among First and Third Graders”
Section on Children and Youth Outstanding Scholarly Contribution
2017: Anna S. Mueller and Seth Abrutyn, “Adolescents under Pressure: A New Durkheimian Framework for Understanding Adolescent Suicide in a Cohesive Community,” American Sociological Review 81(5):877-899. 2016.
2016: Alice Fothergill and Lori Peek, Children of Katrina. University of Texas Press. 2015.
2015: Seth Abrutyn and Anna S. Mueller, “Are suicidal behaviors contagious in adolescence? Using longitudinal data to examine suicide suggestion,” American Sociological Review 79(2):211-227. 2014.
2014: Edward Morris, University of Kentucky, Learning the Hard Way, Masculinity, Place and the Gender Gap in Education. Rutgers University Press. 2012.
2014: Elizabeth Armstrong, University of Michigan, and Laura Hamilton, University of California, Merced, Paying for the Party: How College Maintains. Harvard University Press. 2013.
2012: Amy Schalet, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Not Under My Roof : Parents, Teens, and the Culture of Sex. University of Chicago Press. 2011.
2010: Alison Pugh, University of Virginia
2007: Laurie Schaffner, University of Illinois, Chicago, Girls in Trouble with the Law. Rutgers University Press. 2006.