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American Sociological Association: Crime, Law and Deviance Awards
Crime, Law, and Deviance Call for Award Nominees Statement
This award, given every two years, is for the most distinguished article in the subject area of Crime, Law, or Deviance. Articles must have been published after Spring, 2014 (the deadline for the previous nominations).
Committee chair, Sonja Siennick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Awarded every year for the most distinguished non-published paper authored by a student. Papers considered for this award may be conceptual or theoretical, addressing any topic in the sociology of crime, law, deviance, or criminal justice. Authors submit an article-length paper (about 30 double spaced pages) following American Sociological Review guidelines. Submissions may be sole- or multiple-authored, but all authors must be students. Papers accepted for publication at the time of submission are ineligible. The winner receives $500 to offset the cost of attending the next ASA meeting.
Committee chair, Jennifer Carlson (email@example.com)
The Peterson-Krivo Mentoring Award is awarded every two years by the Crime, Law, Deviance and the Sociology of Law Sections of the ASA. It was established to recognize sustained work and/or innovative approaches in the service of facilitating the success of undergraduate students, graduate students, and/or other scholars, particularly younger scholars. Examples of such activities could include the development of a mentoring website, publication of articles or books on mentoring, or creating programs geared toward mentoring. Members of either section are invited to nominate themselves or others by submitting a letter describing the nominee’s qualifications for the award and any supporting material that would assist the award committee in assessing the nominee’s suitability for the award.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL NOMINEES MUST BE REGISTERED MEMBERS OF THE ASA
TO BE CONSIDERED FOR SECTION AWARDS