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2001




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  • COSSA Annual Meeting Takes Up Key Issues
  • 2001 Annual Meeting: What to See in Orange County, California
  • Ridgeway Aims for a Broad Sociological SPQ (Morris Zelditch, Jr.)
  • The Open Window: Weighing In On Protecting Human Research Participants; Let Our Voices Be Heard (Felice J. Levine)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Social Science and Public Health (Johanna Ebner)
  • Deaths: Jeanne Bowman, Vatro Murvar
  • Obituaries: J. Allan Beegle
  • ASA Funding Opportunities
  • Start the New Year With a Bounty of Benefits from Your ASA Membership
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  • 2001 Annual Meeting: Our Boys: Gang Life in Orange County, California
  • You Just Completed a Day of Sessions? What Will You Do? (Johanna Ebner)
  • IOM Hears Concerns About Human Subjects' Protection (Angela L. Sharpe)
  • The Open Window: Carrying the Sociological "Flag" on Health Disparities (Felice J. Levine)
  • OBSSR Looks to the Future: NIH Agenda on Social and Cultural Dimensions Taking Form
  • NRC Helps Chart New Horizons for Social and Behavioral Sciences at NIH
  • Public Affairs Update
  • From the Desk of: Fred Pampel, Sociology Program Director, National Science Foundation: NSF Funding Opportunity on the IT Workplace
  • Tuesdays With Morrie Reconstructs the Dying Process (Carla B. Howery)
  • A "Window" on the Social Landscape of Technology (Johanna Ebner)
  • June 15 Deadlines: Nominations Sought for 2002 Major ASA Awards
  • April 1 Deadline: 2001 ASA Dissertation Award
  • New NYC Demographics Website (Johanna Ebner)
  • Deaths: Charles Barresi, Phyllis Endreny, Rabbi Irving Koslowe, Richard LeBlond, Jr., Edna M. O'Hearn, Philip F. Puleio, Jean Thoresen
  • Obituaries: Alan P. Bates, George C. Myers
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 2000-2001 Council Minutes, August 16-17, 2000
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  • 2001 Annual Meeting: Orange County: What Better Place to Go to Study Social Change (Fred Smoller and Roberta Lessor)
  • FAD Funded Again!
  • General Social Survey Adds Two New Members to Board of Overseers (Tom W. Smith)
  • The Open Window: ASA Council Working for You (Felice J. Levine)
  • ASA's Levine Appointed to National Human Research Committee
  • NSF Seeks Sociology Program Director
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Burmeister Joins Sen. Conrad's Staff (Larry Burmeister)
  • Sociological Thais (Carla B. Howery)
  • Spotlight on Departments: University of Akron Focuses on the Scholarship of Teaching (Carla B. Howery)
  • 2001-2002 Candidates Announced for ASA Officers
  • 2001 Annual Meeting: New Rules Fit New Annual Meeting Roles
  • 2002 Annual Meeting: Nominations Invites, Author-Critic Sessions
  • Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline: A History of Success (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • Deaths: Katrina M Galli, M. Powell Lawton, Charles E. Starnes
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: Editors' Reports
  • Applications Due May 1: 2001 Student Travel Awards
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  • ASA to Publish New Magazine; UC Press Gets the Nod (Karen Gray Edwards)
  • 2001 Annual Meeting: Reinventing the Wheen: Import Car Racing and Asian American youth in Orange County, California (Victoria Namkung)
  • Looking for a Preliminary Program Schedule?
  • Contexts Invites Ideas
  • The Open Window: Speaking Our for Human Rights (Felice J. Levine)
  • ASA Congressional Fellow Report: Congressional Committee System (Larry Burmeister)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Tran and Waldron Selected as Media Fellows
  • American Sociological Review Focuses on families
  • Data on the discipine Now on ASA Website
  • ASA Council Continues Four-Day Annual Meeting
  • ASA Reaches Beyond the Borders
  • SSDAN and ASA Join Forces: New NSF Award to Promote Undergraduate Data Analytic Skills (Carla B. Howery)
  • NHA Leads Advocacy for NEH
  • Council Approves New Task Forces: Nominations for Service Sought by May 25 Deadline
  • Teaching Enhancement Fund Supports New Projects
  • Spotlight on Departments: Change in Tenure Review Procedures Assists Tenure-Track Faculty at Middle Tennessee State University
  • Entering the Cyber Society: The GSS Internet Module
  • Publishing Social Science Research in Science (Brooks Hanson)
  • Report from the AAAS Meeting (Douglas Kincaid)
  • Can the Sociology of Sport Go for the Gold? (Carla B. Howery)
  • The Student Forum: Connecting ASA and the Next Generation of Sociologists
  • Understanding Racial Inequality and Segregation Through a Virtual Laboratory (Meghan Rich)
  • The AIDS Epidemic and Sociological Enquiry (Bronwen Lichtenstein)
  • Sociology Well Represented in Indiana Teaching Awards
  • Deadline May 10: New NSF Director?s Award for Distinguished Teaching Scholars
  • Public Forum: Different Views on About.com, Mathieu Deflem, Bob Timm
  • Events at the 2001 ASA Annual Meeting for Department Leaders
  • Deaths: Tpini Enoch Kyllonen, Will Lissner, Audrey Meyer
  • Obituaries: Charles M. Barresi, Raymond V. Bowers, Mary Cuthrell Curry, Robert E. Franz, William R. F. Phillips, Hendrik W. wan der Merwe
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  • 2001 Annual Meeting The Mouse and the Magnifying Glass: A Sciological and Sardonic Tour of Disneyland (Harry J. Mersmann)
  • Council Seeks Comments for Special Ballot Referendum Council Recommends Reinstatement of Committee on Committees and Council Recommend Decoupling Dues and Journal Subscriptions
  • The Open Window: The Executive Officer's Column: Déjà vu All Over Again?  The Tiahrt Amendment (Felice J. Levine)
  • ASA Congressional Fellow Report Update on "Freedom to Farm" (Larry Burmeister)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Iutcovich Selected as Next Congressional Fellow
  • Seven Projects Receive ASA-NSF Small Grant Awards
  • ASA and Boyd Mark Fifty Years of Printing
  • More Information on ASA Candidates
  • From the Mudflats to the Living Room Interdisciplinary Service-Learning at the University of New England (Meghan Rich
  • First Annual Ohio Chairs Conference (Meghan Rich)
  • National Leadership Resource Database on HIV/AIDS
  • Special 2001 Annual Meeting Supplement
  • Deaths: Paul Hochstim, Robert B. McGinniss, Aage Sorensen
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  • Major ASA Award Winners Announced for 2001
  • ASA Election Results Bielby Elected ASA President; Szelenyi is VP
  • 2001 Annual Meeting The Orange County Human Relations Commission: Managing Diversity and Transformation (Dennis J. Downey)
  • Special Referendum Coming in September
  • The Open Window The Executive Officer's Column The Rose Blossoms (Felice J. Levine)
  • ASA Congressional Fellow Report When a Sociologist Meets Congress (Larry Burmeister)
  • Call for Nominations for ASA Offices
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Sociologists' Work Represented on the Hill (Johanna Ebner)
  • Colleagues Remember William Sewell
  • Minority Fellowship Program Announces New Fellows (Alfonso R. Latoni-Rodriguez)
  • Council Maintains Flexibility in Policymaking and Resolutions
  • Community Action Research Initiative Grants Awarded
  • 2001 Annual Meeting: Anaheim Meets ASA
  • Annual Meeting Introduction to ASA President Doug Massey
  • Preparing Future Faculty Project Gains Momentum (Carla B. Howery)
  • Preparing Future Faculty Events at the 2001 ASA Annual Meeting; Open to Everyone!
  • Spotlight on Departments: The Preparing Future Faculty Program at Indiana University (Meghan Rich)
  • How Will You Spend the 21st Century? Peter Dreier
  • The Boyer Legacy (Carla B. Howery)
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Jerome K. Meyers, Mary Gwynne Schmidt, William H. Sewell, II, Robert N. Stern, Christopher Vanderpool
  • Obituaries: Andy B. Anderson, Marie Jahoda, Clyde V. Kisser, Toimi Enoch Kyllonen, Audren Kittel Meyer, Aage Sorensen, Philip Taietz
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 2000-2001 Council Minutes
  • Folk Sociology a poem by Otto Larsen
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  • 2001 Annual Meeting: Four Full Days in Anaheim: A Stimulating Program!
  • Contexts Is Where It's At!
  • Statement of the American Sociological Association on the September 11 Terrorist Attack
  • The Open Window The Executive Officer's Column. Support for the Human Rights of Sociologists - Its Continuing Relevance (Felice J. Levine)
  • Current News: Human Subject Research Protections (Paula Skedsvold)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Profile of the President Barbara Reskin: A Social Scientist Working for Social Change (Mary C. Waters)
  • Making News: Segregation and the Census 2000 (John Logan)
  • New Social Science Division Formed at Council on Undergraduate Research (Tom Van Valey)
  • Council Approves Cost Reduction for JSTOR
  • Presidential Adress Highlights Role of Emotions in Unstanding Social Life
  • Major Award Recipients Honored in Anaheim
  • Help Shape an Exciting Program for the 2003 Annual Meeting. Submissions are Invited for the 2002 Annual Meeting Program
  • 2003 Annual Meeting Theme. A Question of Culture
  • International Institute of Sociology Holds 35th World Congress  (Masamichi Sasaki)
  • Former MFP Fellow Publishes Book on Multiculturalism, Curriculum Change (Alfonso Latoni-Rodriquez)
  • Roy L. Austin Appointed as Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago
  • Call for Applications: Deadline December 1, 2001. Integrating Census Data Analysis into Curriculum
  • Budding Visual Sociologists. University of Kentucky's First Annual Visual Sociology Workshop (Brian Gran)
  • Spotlight on Departments. Texas A&M: Taking Steps to Attract and Retain Students (Keisha T. Jones)
  • Small Grants Program: February 2, 2002 Deadline. ASA Teaching Enhancement Fund
  • Sociologists Reflect on the Events of September 11
  • 2001 AAAS Mass Media Fellow Report. Tips for Improved Media Coverage (Quynh-Giang Tran)
  • Applications Invited for Editor of Sociology of Education
  • The Electronic Journal of Sociology: Seven Years of Electronic Publishing.
  • Second Annual Carework Conference Bridges Scholarship and Policy
  • NSF Funding Opportunity. Innovations and Organizational Change Program
  • The 2000 ASA Audit. The Association is Financially Stable.
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  • Special Referendum Results: ASA Voting Members Send Clear Message of Support
  • COSSA Annual Meeting Marks 20 Years of Success
  • 2002 Annual Meeting Moving Ahead: Processes of Allocation and Ascription
  • National Science Foundation Awards Post 9/11 Attack Grants
  • The Open Window: The Executive Officer's Column. Public Information and ASA's Giving Sociology Away (Felice J. Levine)
  • Williams and Gray Elected to IOM
  • AAAS Honors ASA's Levine
  • Leshner Named CEO of AAAS
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Democracy Matters on Campus (Kerry Strand, Hood College)
  • Spotlight on Departments: GWU Offers New PhD Focusing on Race, Ethnicity, Public Policy
  • New Section-in-Formation: Ethnomethodology and Conversational Analysis (Anne Warfield Rawls and Douglas Maynard)
  • 100th Birthday of Trinidadian Sociologist Oliver Cromwell Cox (Alfonso R. Latoni-Rodriquez)
  • Matilda Riley Soars in NIH Lecture Series in Her Honor
  • Columbia Conference Honors Lazarsfeld Birth Centennial (Leslie Wright, Columbia University)
  • Congratulations to 2001 ASA Section Award Winners!
  • An Expert Witness on Race and Tenure: Wellman Educates the Courts (Alfonso R. Latoni-Rodriquez)
  • Major Drug Prevention Program Led by Akron Sociologists (Stacey S. Merola)
  • 2002 Coupon Listing
  • NSF Sociology Program Announces 2001 Grants
  • Call on ASA's Department Resources Group for Reviews and More (Carla B. Howery)
  • 2003 Annual Meeting: Call for Student Session Proposals
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Donald P. Addison, Richard Cloward, Kriss Dass, Marie R. Haug, Jack, Szmatka
  • Obituaries: Robert McGinnis, John W. Prehn, Richard F. Tomasson
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    December 2001 (Volume 29, Number 9)
     
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  • Candidates for ASA Offices, Council, Committees
  • Executive Officer Levine to Depart ASA in May 2002
  • Donations to Special Funds Sought
  • The Open Window The Executive Officer's Column: Give a Gift that Lasts (Felice J. Levine)
  • Chairs to receive BA, Graduate Program Survey
  • Reeve Vanneman Joins NSF Sociology Program (Carla B. Howery)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • ISA World Congress to be Held in Brisbane, Australia
  • ASA Executive Officer Search Launched
  • ASA Taskforce on AP Course in Sociology Gets Down to Work
  • Section on Undergraduate Education Changes Mission, Name
  • What is the Effect of Feminization on Disciplinary Subfields?
  • ASA Honors Program Update (Duane Dukes, John Carroll University, Director)
  • Utopian Thinking in Sociology: An Interview with Art Shostak
  • Thank You, ASA Contributors!
  • Call for 2002 Section Award Nominations
  • Corrections
  • Departments
  • Deaths (Natalie Allon, Emily Dunn Dale)
  • Obituaries (Kriss A. Drass, Jeanne Zeringue Hand, Marie Haug)
  • Official Reports and Proceedings, 2000-2001 Council Minutes
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