Sociologists March for Science in DC and Around Nation
- ASA is partnering with the March for Science, scheduled for April 22, 2017. The March for Science is a public celebration of science and a reminder of the important role evidence-based research plays in informing public policy. The primary march will take place in Washington, DC, beginning with a teach-in and rally on the National Mall. There will also be satellite marches in almost 400 locations around the world. If joining a march, please use the hashtag #March4Sociology and tag the ASA in your social media posts and we will share them. Those coming to or already in DC are invited to join us for breakfast at the ASA office. Please let us know if you are interested via this form and we will provide details by e-mail. We will also be providing signs to print. Get those and other updates on our March for Science page.
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2017 Annual Meeting News and Updates #ASA17
- The 2017 preliminary program will be available online by May 1. The online program is searchable by participant name, session title, or individual presentation title.
- Preregistration for all events and services will be available on May 1. Members will be able to sign up for Courses, Tours, Child Care Services, and the Chairs and Directors of Graduate Study Conferences. If you have already registered for the Annual Meeting, you may add these events and services to your existing registration online beginning on May 1. Remember the preregistration discount ends July 13, 2017!
- Track the status of your paper submission. Session Organizers were asked to notify authors on the final disposition of submissions no later than March 15. You may also track the status of your submission online. Please note that you will need your ASA ID and password at the time of submission to access this feature.
Gender, Sexuality, and Intimacy: A Contexts Reader
- This new anthology, published by SAGE in partnership with ASA, brings together over 90 recent readings on gender, sexuality, and intimate relationships from Contexts, ASA's award-winning magazine. Each contributor is a contemporary sociologist writing in the clear, concise, and jargon-free style that has made Contexts the "public face" of sociology. Jodi O'Brien and Arlene Stein, former Contexts editors, have chosen pieces that are timely, thought-provoking, and especially suitable for classroom use; written introductions that frame each of the book's three main sections; and provided questions for discussion. Order online or call (800) 818-7243 or (805) 499-9774. ASA members receive a 25% discount by using Priority Code N170202.
List Your Journal in the New Publishing Options Database
- Are you an editor, publisher, or owner of a scholarly journal? If so, reach more people by listing in the new ASA Publishing Options database of journal outlets for sociological research. Log in to your My ASA Member Portal at www.asanet.org and click the link under the "Resources" heading. The database will go live for members to search this summer.
Socius Call for Papers
Special Issue on Gender and Politics
City & Community Invites Applications for New Editor(s)
- Individual and team applications are invited for the position of editor of City & Community, a journal co-sponsored by the American Sociological Association and its Community and Urban Sociology Section (CUSS). The official term for the new editor (or co-editors) will begin in January 2018. Read the call for applications.
Hot Off the Press: Journal Highlights
- Review Essay: The Elusive Recovery: Post-Hurricane Katrina Rebuilding During the First Decade, 2005–2015 by Kevin Fox Gotham (Contemporary Sociology, March 2017)
- Are You Still Bringing Me Down? Romantic Involvement and Depressive Symptoms from Adolescence to Young Adulthood by Julie Skalamera Olson and Robert Crosnoe (Journal of Health and Social Behavior, March 2017)
- Journal of World-Systems Research (Volume 23, Number 1)
- Binge Drinking and Depression: The Influence of Romantic Partners in Young Adulthood by Giuseppina Valle Holway, Debra Umberson, and Mieke Beth Thomeer (Society and Mental Health, March 2017)
- The Micropolitics of Legitimacy: Political Positioning and Journalistic Scrutiny at the Boundary of the Mainstream by Steven E. Clayman (Social Psychology Quarterly, March 2017)
- Venus, Mars, and Math: Gender, Societal Affluence, and Eighth Graders' Aspirations for STEM by Maria Charles (Socius, March 6, 2017)
Visit the journals homepage for centralized information on all ASA journals, including how to subscribe or purchase a single article, submit a manuscript, or view recently featured articles.
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