ASA Press Releases - 2005


DECEMBER

December 21, 2005
Feeling the Holiday Blues? Then You Must Have Children Read more...

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NOVEMBER

November 1, 2005
Day Care Centers Safest Form of Childcare According to First National Comprehensive Study Read more...

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OCTOBER

October 11, 2005
Latest Research From the American Sociological Review: Race in Romance, Race at School, are Highlights of the August Issue of the ASR Read more...

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AUGUST

August 31, 2005
Disaster Experts are Available to Interview Regarding Hurricane Katrina Read more...

August 17, 2005
American Sociological Association Statement on Human Rights on the Occasion of ASA's Centenary Read more...

August 15, 2005
Disasters Do Not Necessarily Affect Minorities Disproportionately Read more...

August 14, 2005
Money Can Buy You Happiness But Only Relative to Your Peer’s Income Read more...

August 12, 2005
Highlighted Sessions at the American Sociological Association Centennial Annual Meeting Read more... PDF Document

August 12, 2005
Welcome Letter to the Media at the American Sociological Association Centennial Annual Meeting Read more...

August 11, 2005
Rep. P. Kennedy Introduces House Bill Tapping Sociological Research on Disaster Preparedness Read more...

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JULY

July 19, 2005
American Sociological Association to Present Awards to Illustrious Sociologists Read more...

July 19, 2005
American Sociological Association Convenes Centennial Annual Meeting in Philadelphia Read more...

July 7, 2005
Percentage of School Integration Affects Minority Youths’ Sense of Injustice Read more...

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JUNE

June 7, 2005
Six Degrees of Separation: Using Social Network Research to Inform Public Health and National Security Read more...

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MAY

May 1, 2005
ASR Article is the Topic of a New York Times Op-ed Read more...

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APRIL

April 29, 2005
Statement of the ASA Council on Sociologist Dalton Clark Conley’s Receipt of the National Science Board’s Alan T. Waterman Award Read more...

April 27, 2005
Dalton Conley is First Sociologist to Receive Alan T. Waterman Award, a Major, $500,000-honor Read more...

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MARCH

March 21, 2005
Strengths and Failings of U.S. Health Care “System” are Driven Less by Medical Requirements and Economic Efficiency Than by Embedded Vested Interests Read more...

March 18, 2005
Journal of the American Medical Association's Lead Article & Editorial Examine Medical Errors From a Sociological Perspective Read more...

March 8, 2005
Statement of the American Sociological Association Council on the Causes of Gender Differences in Science and Math Career Achievement: Harvard’s Lawrence Summers and the Ensuing Public Debate Read more...

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FEBRUARY

February 11, 2005
A Public Forum on U.S. “Culture Wars” in Context Read more...

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JANUARY

January 21, 2005
Formerly Abused Women Less Likely to Be in Stable Relationships Read more...

January 14, 2005
Perceptions of "Broken Windows" are a Function of Community Race and Class Composition Read more...

January 14, 2005
Sociologists Available to Discuss South Asia Tsunami’s Effects on the Social Fabric and Recovery of the Area Read more...

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