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2002




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  • Publishing Innovations for 2002 to Debut Soon
  • All ASA Members to Get Contexts in February
  • City & Community Forthcoming in March
  • New Accrediting Organization for Human Research Protection
  • The Open Window: The Executive Officer's Column. The Annual Meeting: A Learned Place and a Place to Learn
  • New Developments Concerning Public Use Data Files (Paula Skedsvold)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Seven Projects Receive ASA-NSF Small Grant Awards
  • Call for NIH Proposals: Social and Cultural Dimensions of Health
  • Applications Due March 31: ISA Travel Grant Expected for XV World Congress of Sociology
  • Tackling Issues of Human Rights and Globalization (Stacey S. Merola)
  • Indiana Center on Educations Brings Fields Together (Carla B. Howery)
  • Social and Economic Justice Undergraduate Minor: Experiment in Process (Judith R. Blau)
  • Teaching Students to Think by Teaching Radical Sociology
  • Spotlight on Departments: Theory and Research in Sociology Program at JMU (Meghan Rich)
  • Profile of the 2001 ASA Membership (Stacey S. Merola and Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • NSF Graduate Teaching Fellows in K-12 Education
  • SSRC Creates September 11 Website (Craig Calhoun)
  • NSF Funds Collaborative Project on Exploring U.S. Social Change
  • Help Shape an Exciting Program for the 2003 Annual Meeting
  • Sociologists as Expert Witnesses in the Criminal Justice System (Lewis Yablonsky)
  • Deaths: John Dowling Campbell, Francesco Cordasco, Vassillis C. Economopoulos, Calvin C. Herton, Kenneth Lutterman, Patrick McNamara, Alvin Rudoff, Lore K. Wright
  • Obituaries: Natalie Allon, Deirdre Mary Boden, Emily Dunn Dale, Esther I. Madriz, Patrick Hayes McNamara, C. Dale Johnson
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  • Council Passes Resolution on Data Access: Environment and Technology Section Provides Expertise
  • Social Sciences Turn Expertise to Terrorism and 9-11; an ASA Priority for 2002 Annual Meeting, Too
  • NHRPAC Takes Actions Vital to Social Science
  • The Open Window, The Executive Officer's Column. Council Launches ASA Centennial Planning ( Felice J. Levine)
  • Sociologist Lempert to NSF
  • John H. D'Arms, ACLS President, Dies
  • Pubic Affairs Update
  • Traveling Sociologists: An Ellis Island Survey (A. Gary Dworkin)
  • Croatian Sociology Steps forward (Keith Doubt)
  • "Everything is Social": In Memoriam, Pierre Bourdieu (1930-2002)
  • Travel Grants for ISA Meeting Applications Due March 31
  • A Sociological Lens on Graduate School Attrition (Carla B. Howery)
  • Majority of New PhDs have Tenure Track Jobs Four Years Later
  • World of Opportunity in Community College Teaching (Carla B. Howery)
  • Spotlight on Departments: Enhancing the Curriculum through the Web at Rutgers-Camden
  • Call for Applications; Deadline March 1, 2002: ASA Honors Program
  • The Ideal Suburb Turns 50 (Stacey S. Merola)
  • Locating the State of High School Sociology on the Academic Map (Michael A. DeCesare)
  • ASA Statement and Resolution on Access to Pubic Data Adopted by Council
  • 2002 Student Travel Awards Applications Due May 1
  • New Departments Move to Top (Graduate) Chair-Producing List (Kathleen A. Tiemann and Thomas L. Van Valey)
  • Deaths: Francesco Cordasco, Nathalie Friedman, Betty Maynard
  • Obituaries: Melvin Schubert Brooks, Robert Murray Hunter, Natalie Rogoff Ramsoy, John Winchell Riley, Jr.
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 2001-2001 Council, August 22, 2001
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  • ASA Co-Sponsors Health Briefing on Capitol Hill
  • Committee on Committees to be Elected this Spring: Members Urged to Volunteer to serve on ASA Committees
  • Six Departments Selected for IDA Launch
  • The Open Window: The Executive Officer's Column, What's Happening in Your Own Backyard! (Felice J. Levin)
  • Capitol Hill: Will First Impressions be Lasting Ones? (Joyce Iutcovich)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • NSF Seek Sociology Program Director, August 2002 Start
  • Sharing Research Data: NIH Announces Draft Statement on Sharing Research Data
  • Feds Plan Study of Environmental Impacts on Child Health (Paula Skedsvold)
  • Sociological Methodology and Sociological Theory Now Available from JSTOR
  • Update on Sociology Human Rights Cases: Sociologist Released in Egypt and Sociologist Gao Zhan Speaks out.
  • Sociologists Central to Peace Studies (Meghan Rich)
  • Nominations Sought for 2003 Major ASA Awards
  • 2002-2003 Candidates Announced for ASA Officers
  • The International Social Survey Program (Tom W. Smith)
  • Spotlight on Departments: Learning from Service in the Sociology Major (Kerry Strand and Meghan Rich)
  • Graduate Poster Session at ASA Annual Meeting
  • Deaths: Margaret Byrd Rawson
  • Obituaries: Martin Glabeerman, Alan C. Kerckhoff, Hans Sebald, Robert Bruce Wiegand
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: Editors' Reports
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  • Sally T. Hillsman Appointed New ASA Executive Officer
  • Two Courses Enrich 2002 Annual Meeting
  • Special Plenary and Reception Opens the 2002 Annual Meeting
  • Nominations Open for New Films/Videos
  • The Open Window: The Executive Officer's Column Keeping the Window Open (Felice J. Levine)
  • What is Scientifically Based Research? (Joyce Iutcovich, Congressional Fellow)
  • IOM Report Highlights Racial Divide in Health Care
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Colleagues Remember Peter Blau
  • ASA Awards Community Action Research Initiative Grants
  • Teaching Enhancement Fund Supports New Projects
  • Recovering Community on the Anniversary of Buffalo Creek Disaster (T.P. Schwartz-Barcott)
  • Recognizing the Nontraditional Student: The Buffalo State Family College Program (Meghan Rich)
  • Council on Contemporary Families Committed to Public Discourse (Kerry J. Strand)
  • AAUP Issues Statement on Family Responsibilities and Academic Work (Stacey Merola and Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • Departments
  • Obituaries: Marion Arline Harris; Kenneth G. Lutterman; Frances Cooke MacGregor; Nicos N. Mouratides; Leonard David Savitz;
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  • Chicago: A Sociologist's Kind of Town. Join thousands of your esteemed sociology colleagues for an "intellectual feast like none other" at the 97th ASA Annual Meeting in August
  • David Riesman (1909-2002)
  • Sociologist Elected to National Academy of Sciences
  • The Open Window: The Executive Officer's Column. Thank You, Felice (Carla B. Howery, Arne Kalleberg, Barbara F. Reskin)
  • Congressional Fellow Report: The Role of Science in Policy Debates (Joyce Iutcovich, Congressional Fellow)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • ASA Executive Office Welcomes New Staff
  • Nine ASA-NSF Small Grants Awarded for 2001-2002
  • ASA Travel Grants to ISA World Congress Are
  • Gossard Selected as 2002 ASA/AAAS Media Fellow
  • Sociologist-Cartoonist Hixson Pokes Fun at Academic Life
  • Spotlight on Departments: Preparing Future Faculty at Indiana University-South Bend Awarded
  • Special 2002 Annual Meeting Supplement
  • Public Forum: Rejoinder to Article on Graduate School Attrition, Brian R. Buchner; What Does It Mean? Robert J. Stevenson
  • ASA Student Forum: Past, Present, and Future (Sam Michalowski)
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Caroline Bird, Arthur F. Clagett, Roger V. Gould
  • Obituaries: Lionel Cantu, Jr.; Natalie S. Friedman; Walter T. Martin; Michael Young
  • ASA Staff Sociologist/Director of Minority Affairs Sought
  • Ideas Invited for Special Sessions on 2003 Annual Meeting Program
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  • Capstone Conference Transports Lessons of MOST: Transforming Higher Education
  • Burawoy Elected ASA President; Pesconsoido is VP: ASA Election Results
  • 2002 Major ASA Award Winners
  • 2002 ASA Annual Meeting in Chicago: Remember to come early?
  • Vantage Point: The Executive Officer's Column. Putting Sociological Principles to Work in our Departments
  • Sociological Work Enhances Recent Congressional Briefings (Lee Herring)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Karl Alexander to Edit Sociology of Education (Aaron Pallas)
  • Anne Arundel Community College Establishes Letter of Recognition in Applied Sociology
  • Minnesota's Department of Sociology Celebrates 100 Years (Ron Aminzade)
  • Spotlight on Departments: Qualitative Methods Take Hold at St. Olaf (Meghan Rich)
  • The Politics of Unrealistic Expectations and the Rhetoric of Accountability: Congressional Fellow Report
  • Dimock Selected as This Year's Congressional Fellow (Johanna Ebner)
  • Call for Nominations for ASA Offices
  • Public Forum: More of Us Should Become Public Sociologists, Herbert J. Gans; Why Don't sociologists Subscribe to Journals or Join ASA?  Adam S. Weinberg
  • ASA Executive Office Welcomes New Staff: Torrey Adroski, Jean Beaman, Les Briggs, Kareem Jenkins, Jean H. Shin
  • American University in Moscow Seeks Sociologist Graduate Advisors  (Lee Herring)
  • Summer Work Transforms Courses (Carla B. Howery)
  • Trends in Professional Master's Degrees in the Social Sciences (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • Minority Fellowship Program Announces New Fellows
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Alexander Vucinich
  • Obituaries: Arthur Clagett, Roger Gould, Thomas Ford Hoult, L. Paul Metzger, Marion Levy, Jr., Alvin H. Scaff
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  • ASA Issues Official Statement on Importance of Collecting Data on Race (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • Profile of the President: Rock -n- Roll Sociologist: William T. Bielby
  • 2002 Annual Meeting in Chicago Draws Near-Record Attendance
  • Vantage Point: The Executive Officer's Column. A Bold and Necessary Stance on Race Data (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Upcoming Enhancements for ASA Elections
  • ASA Editor Applications Invited
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Help Shape An Exciting Program for the 2004 Annual Meeting
  • 2004 Annual Meeting Theme: Public Sociologies
  • Guidelines for Session Proposals
  • Major Award Recipients Honored in Chicago
  • Call for Applications, Deadline December 15, 2002. Integrating Census Data Analysis into the Curriculum
  • List of Scholarly Journals Available on ASA Home Page
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Sherry Corbet
  • Obituaries: Theodore R. Anderson, Judith Huggins Balfe, K. Peter Etzkorn, Joseph F. Jones, Ernest Maheim, David J. Pittman, Robert Smart
  • Official Reports and Proceedings; 2001-2002 Council, January 26-27, 2002
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  • Sociologists Join Board of Social Science Research Council
  • Sociologists Gather "Down Under" for ISA
  • Vantage Point, the Executive Officer's Column "Click with ASA" (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Joane Nagel Joins NSF Sociology Program Staff
  • Public Affairs Update
  • ASA Happenings: For those who can't get enough theory?  Sociological Theory Goes Quarterly
  • ASA Department Resources Group
  • ASA Welcomes Newest Section, Embraces Its "Animal Side"
  • Call for Submissions: ASA Teaching Materials
  • Call for Applications: Integrating Census Data Analysis into the Cirriculum
  • Creating the Perfect Sociology Building: Beyond Good Luck and Good
        Politics (Meghan Rich)
  • Sociologist Becomes Executive Vice Chancellor for University of Texas System
  • Congratulations to 2002 ASA Section Award Winners
  • Economic Sociiology and the Nobel Prize (Arne L. Kalleberg and Ivar Berg)
  • Teaching with the Case Method: From the Classroom to the Web (John
        Foran)
  • New Internet Tool Makes Population Analysis Popular in Classroom (Kerry Strand)
  • Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline: ASA.NSF Small Grants Program
  • Instituting Systemic Departmental Change to Increase Student Diversity: New Book on MOST Program Released.
  • Learing from the Past: On the "Etiology" of Sociology
  • Guiding Principles in MOST's Systemic Reform Approach
  • A Ten-year Perspective on the Status of Sociology (Stacey S. Merola)
  • Post 9/11 Reactions: Public Support for International Education Remains Strong  - Other key attitude changes since September 11 - Sociologists Involved in Local School (Systems) (Kerry Strand)
  • 2002 ASA/AAAS Mass Media Fellow Report: News from Newsweek  (Marcia Hill Gossard)
  • ASA/AAAS Media Fellowship
  • 2003 Regional Meetings
  • Public Forum: Pax Soziologie, Steve Rice; On Ibrahim, Chandler Davidson; Sociologists, Political Scientists? Manifesto for International Nonviolence, Judith Blau and Alberto Moncada; Sociological Knowledge and Terrorism Bernice Phillips
  • Spotlight on Departments: Pacific Lutheran Sociology Department "Goes to the Mat" to Achieve Goals (Jean Beaman)
  • Community Action Research Initiative
  • New Publications from ASA
  • Thank You, ASA Members!
  • The 2001 ASA Audit: Investment Income Down, but Bottom Line Healthy
  • 2003 Coupon Listing
  • Departments:
  • Obituaries: Norman Paul Hummon, David J. Pratto, Willis A. Sutton, Jr.,
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  • Slate of Candidates for the 2003 ASA Election
  • Sociology Faculty Salaries Hold the Line in Economic Downturn
  • Slate of Candidates for the 2003 ASA Election
  • Sociology Faculty Salaries Hold the Line in Economic Downturn (Roberta-Spalter-Roth and Stacey S. Merola)
  • ASA Launches New Link with High School Sociology (Carla B. Howery)
  • New on the ASA Home Page: Call for Section Award Nominations
  • Vantage Point, the Executive Officer's Column "A Cornucopia of Post-Election Positives, Potentials, and Possible Pitfalls" (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Baldwin Named Vice President for Research at University of Kentucky
  • Egyptian Sociologist Given a New Trial
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Three ASA-NSF Small Grants Awarded for Summer 2002 Round
  • There's Space for Other Activities at the 2003 Annual Meeting
  • Submission Deadline: January 154, 2003; 2003 Call for Papers Update
  • Last Call for 2004 Session Suggestions
  • Sociological Approaches Hold Promise to Curb Campus Drinking (Kerry J. Strand)
  • Six Degrees of Separation? Retesting the Small World Phenomenon (Jean Beaman)
  • Public Forum: Models of Public Sciology (Murray Hausknecht); Happy Rejoinder to Gans, on "Public Sociologists" (Marcelo Afialion)
  • Early Head Start Yields Positive Results
  • Community Action Research Initiative
  • Architectural Sociology (Jean Beaman)
  • Willigan and Heise Study Navajo Social Interaction and Culture (Jean H. Shin)
  • Deadline: February 1, 2003; Applications Invited for 2003-2004 Congressional Fellowship
  • Departments: Deaths: Tamara K. Hareven, Rachel Rosenfeld; 
  • Obituaries: Theodore R. Anderson, Barbara Manning Gibbs(Roberta-Spalter-Roth and Stacey S. Merola)
  • ASA Launches New Link with High School Sociology (Carla B. Howery)
  • New on the ASA Home Page: Call for Section Award Nominations
  • Vantage Point, the Executive Officer's Column "A Cornucopia of Post-Election Positives, Potentials, and Possible Pitfalls" (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Baldwin Named Vice President for Research at University of Kentucky
  • Egyptian Sociologist Given a New Trial
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Three ASA-NSF Small Grants Awarded for Summer 2002 Round
  • There's Space for Other Activities at the 2003 Annual Meeting
  • Submission Deadline: January 154, 2003; 2003 Call for Papers Update
  • Last Call for 2004 Session Suggestions
  • Sociological Approaches Hold Promise to Curb Campus Drinking (Kerry J. Strand)
  • Six Degrees of Separation? Retesting the Small World Phenomenon (Jean Beaman)
  • Public Forum: Models of Public Sciology (Murray Hausknecht); Happy Rejoinder to Gans, on "Public Sociologists" (Marcelo Afialion)
  • Early Head Start Yields Positive Results
  • Community Action Research Initiative
  • Architectural Sociology (Jean Beaman)
  • Willigan and Heise Study Navajo Social Interaction and Culture (Jean H. Shin)
  • Deadline: February 1, 2003; Applications Invited for 2003-2004 Congressional Fellowship
  • Departments: Deaths: Tamara K. Hareven, Rachel Rosenfeld
  • Obituaries: Theodore R. Anderson, Barbara Manning Gibbs