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ASA Award Recipients Honored in San Francisco

The 2004 recipients of the major ASA awards were honored on August 15 at the Awards Ceremony during the Annual Meeting in San Francisco. Victor Nee, Chair of the ASA Committee on Awards, presided over the ceremony, which was attended by a standing-room-only crowd of Annual Meeting participants, friends, family, and colleagues of the award recipients.

The ASA awards are the highest honors that the Association confers, with selections made by award selection committees who work, in some cases, for many months to make their final selection. Information on the awards and the 2004 recipients is presented below; additional detail (where available) will be published on the ASA website.






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Prospects for Change in Saudi Arabia

This past summer I was a member of a U.S. delegation to Saudi Arabia for a weeklong goodwill visit, and I recount here some informal impressions from the “streets” of Saudi Arabia and from my perspective as an academic sociologist doing attitudinal survey research in the Middle East.


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ASA Receives $165,000 from Science Foundation to Fund Early Career Scholars

The Sociology Program of the National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a three-year grant of $165,000 to the American Sociological Association (ASA) to support the Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline (FAD) from August 2004 through July 2007. FAD, a small grants program administered by ASA, continues an important and long-term collaboration between NSF and ASA.

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