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2011

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 January 2011 (Volume 39, Number 1)
  • Just Announced: ASA to Hold 2011 Annual Meeting in Las Vegas
  • Should New Phds Consider Non-Academic Careers?
  • How to: Grant Writing in the Discipline: What Makes for a Successful Proposal? (Jan E. Stets)
  • Vantage Point: Responding to Crises with Sociological Tools: Thoughts on the Anniversary of the Earthquake in Haiti
  • Science Policy
  • For-Profit Schools and Underserved Student Populations: Expanding Access or Exploiting Aspirations? (Ashley Rondini)
  • Setting Up a Sociology Club on Your Campus
  • New PhD Program at the University of Louisville Focuses on Applied Sociology (Patricia Gagne & Cynthia Negrey)
  • Teaching Social Statistics Online (Amy Guptill)
  • Public Sociology: The Inside-Out Experience: The Training Ground for Future Scholars (Angela Harvey & Brian Chad Starks)
  • Same Book, Different Author: Any Similar Stories? (Bonnie Berry)
  • Funding: Spivack Program in Applied Social Research and Social Policy
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: C. Neil Bull, Kim R. Kihl, Lewis M. Killian, James Salaff
  • Obituaries: Katherine Ruth Jensen, Nathan Joseph, Glen T. Nygreen
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     February 2011 (Volume 39, Number 2)
  • Recipients of 2011 ASA Awards
  • Segregation and the Windy City (Black Hawk Hancock & Roberta Garner)
  • ASA Goes to Vegas
  • Vantage Point: The ASA Speaks Out Against Efforts to Intimidate Piven: Why Her? Why Now?
  • Science Policy
  • A Public Affairs Focus at the ASA Executive Office
  • Teaching-The Second Time Around (Cynthia Flynn)
  • New Staff at the ASA Executive Office
  • Next Generation Work anfdFamily Research Network Awarded Sloan Foundation Grant
  • ESS Partners with ASA in MFP Leadership Campaign
  • Thank You ASA Members!
  • Sheldon Stryker: Influencing Students Even in His Retirement
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: Peter Carter Dodd
  • Obituaries: Elise Boulding, Lewis M. Killian, John Stuart Western
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     March 2011 (Volume 39, Number 3)

  • Intergrating Business with Pleasure in Las Vegas (Robert E. Lang and Christina Nicholas)
  • ASA Council Proposes Revised Dues Structure for Member Approval (Randall Collins, Erik Olin Wright, Evelyn Nakano Glenn, Catherine White Berheide, and Donald Tomaskovic-Devey)
  • Ask the ASA Executive Officer
  • Vantage Point: ASA's Supreme Court Amicus Brief in Walmart v. Dukes, et al.: The Value of Collective
  • Science Policy
  • Sociological Research Received Extensive Media Coverage
  • Candidates for ASA Offices in 2011
  • How to ... Publish in Trails
  • International Perpectives: Lineages, Trajectories and Challenges to Socioloy in India (Sujata Patel)
  • Sociological Careers: Finding Your Way Outside the Academy (Paula Chambers)
  • Tell me what Democracy looks like
  • ASA Forum
  • Doing Sociology, Practicing Sociology (Henry H. Brownstein)
  • Announcements
  • Obituaies: Daniel Bell, C. Neil Bull, Shmuel Noah (S.N. Eisenstadt, Roland J. Pellegrin, Paul Sites, James J. Teevan, and George A. Theodorson
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     April 2011 (Volume 39, Number 4)

  • Racialized Barriers and Social Action in West Las Vegas: The F Street Wall Controversy (Robert McKee and Shannon M. Monnat)
  • ASA Revenues and Expenses: A Report from the ASA Secretary (Catherine White Berheide)
  • Why Do We Need the Dues Change? Impact of the Proposed Dues Structure on Association Revenues (Catherine White Berheide)
  • Vantage Point: Department Under Pressure? How the ASA Can Help During Crises or Normal Times
  • Science Policy
  • Where are We Now? Are the ASA Dues Higher than Comparable Associations? (Catherine White Berheide)
  • Comment on the Continuation of the American Community Survey
  • Yes, My Chihuahua Is a Service Dog...and a Reasonable Accommodation (Dana M. Greene)
  • Applied Sociology: Forging a Career Outside the Tenure Track (Katrina Kimport)
  • ASA Forum: The Unexpected Danger of Conducting Sociological Research (Archibald O. Haller)
  • The PROSE Awards: Calling Sociologists! (James M. Jasper)
  • Time to Vote!
  • Funding: Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: Robert J. Stevenson
  • Obituaies: Norval D. Glenn
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     May/June 2011 (Volume 39, Number 5)

  • From Chicago to Las Vegas (Michael Ian Borer)
  • Welcome the New Contexts Editors: Jodi O'Brien and Arlene Stein (Peter M. NArdi)
  • Chicago or Las Vegas: Anticipate an Intellectual Event (Randall Collins)
  • Vantage Point: ASA Council Weighs in on the NRC Doctorate Program Rankings Debate
  • Science Policy
  • Protection from Rape as a Civil Right: The Evolution of Policy Concerning Sexual Assault on College Campuses (Ashley C. Rondini)
  • Danish Sociology: The Fall and Rise of a National Sociology (Kristoffer Kropp)
  • Is Rawanda a Success Story? A Sociologist's View (Jeanne Ballantine)
  • Sociologists Elected to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences
  • Making Students Count: Fostering Undergraduate Research (Jeneve R. Brooks)
  • UMD Graduate Students Go Beyond the Traditional in a Conference Theorizing the Web (Nathan Jurgenson and PJ Rey)
  • Core and Diversity in Sociology Section Membership in 2010
  • Sociologists Elected as AAAS Fellows
  • 2011 CARI Winners Announced
  • ASA Forum: Help Wanted: The Government Needs Sociologists Too (Phyllis Puffer)
  • Moving Forward with High School Sociology: Efforts to Strengthen and Support Teachers (Hayley Lotspiech)
  • Annual Meeting Insert
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: Harold Garfinkel, Warren Kubitschek, & John Francis Michael
  • Obituaies: Igor Semenovich Kon
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     July/August 2011 (Volume 39, Number 6)

  • The Results of the 2011 Elections Are In
  • The Rose Series: Still Rising (James M. Jasper)
  • The ISA Embraces the Digital World (Michael Burawoy)
  • Vantage Point: Dangerous Times For Federal Support of Social Science
  • Science Policy
  • ASA Research on the Diffusion of New Knowledge Featured on Capitol Hill
  • International Perspectives: The Egyptian Revolution: Ethnographic Notes from Tahrir (Atef Said)
  • Sociologists Join Forces with the White House to Support Military Families (Mary K. Kniskern)
  • ASA Membership Approves New Dues Structure
  • ASA Awards Grants for the Advancement of Sociology
  • Emeritus Profile: A war Veteran Recounts His Journey to Becoming a Sociologist
  • ASA's Howery Teaching Enhancement Grant Supports Two New Projects
  • Nwe Policy Brief Series in JHSB (Debra Umberson)
  • 2011-2012 Regional and Aligned Sociology Association Meetings
  • ASA Welcomes Five New MFP Fellows
  • Council Highlights
  • While In Las Vegasm Welcome the New ASA Staff
  • Sociologists Elected to the National Academy of Sciences
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: David C. Baldus, Egon Bittner, Richard Daniels
  • Obituaries: Egon Bittner, William R. Freudenburg, Sylvia K. Polgar
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     September/October 2011 (Volume 39, Number 7)

  • 103rd ASA President Erik Olin Wright: Reinventing Sociology (Michael Burawoy)
  • Sociologists Explore Conflict at ASA Annual Meeting in Las Vegas
  • J. Milton Yinger (1916-2011): A Towering Sociological Figure from a Small College (Stephen J. Cutler)
  • Vantage Point: Promoting Transparency and Accountability at the ASA
  • The Importance of STEM Education HIghlighted in NRC Report
  • Science Policy
  • Think Ahead to 2013!
  • 2013 Annual Meeting Theme: Interrogating Inequality: Linking Micro and Macro
  • International Diversity at the Women's World Conference (Ann Denis)
  • Looking Ahead to 2012: Changes in ASA Membership
  • On Reproductive Justice and the Importance of Listening to People with Whom We Disagree (Jeanne Flavin)
  • Call for Submissions: Carla B. Howery Teaching Enhancement Grants Program
  • Not Everyone is Your "Friend" in an Online World
  • Memories of J. Milton Yinger: Friends, Colleagues, and Family Share Their Reflections
  • ASA Forum: Another Look at Rwanda; Sociology in Secondary Schools
  • ASA Member-Get-A-Member Campaign a Success
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: Leon F. Bouvier, Ronald C. Wimberley
  • Obituaries: Harold Garfinkel, Allen Day Grimshaw, Warren N. Kubitschek, Roger W. Nett
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     November 2011 (Volume 39, Number 8)

  • A Call to Duty: ASA and the Wikipedia Initiative (Erik Olin Wright)
  • Sociological Spring: Human Rights and the Discpline (Bruce Friesen)
  • ICPSR Celebrates its Upcoming 50th Anniversary (Dan Meisler)
  • Vantage Point: Science Serving Human Rights (From January 2009 Footnotes)
  • Science Policy
  • A New ASA Congressional Fellow
  • Electronic Manuscript Posting Policies Updated
  • Participate in New NSF-Funded Survey of Sociology Majors
  • Council Highlights
  • News on the ASA Sections
  • Call for ASA Award Nominations
  • Major ASA Award Recipients Honored in Las Vegas
  • The ASA Seeks Applications for Postdoctoral Fellowships
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: Lawrence Carter, Judith Richie Demerath, Howard B. Kaplan, Raymond
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     December 2011 (Volume 39, Number 9)

  • ASA President Trip to Mid-South's Sociological Association Meeting
  • The Changing Political Landscape: COSSA 1981-2011
  • Candidates for 2012 Election
  • Vantage Point: Changes in the Common Rule? The Social and Behavioral Sciences at Center Stage
  • Science Policy
  • The U.S. Census Introduces the New Supplemental Poverty Measure
  • 2012 Annual Meeting Space for other Activities
  • 2012 Annual Meeting Updates
  • PubsComm: Let the Sunsine In (Robert Zussman)
  • Nominations Sought for 2012 Section Awards
  • Report Shows Sociology's Competitiveness in Gaining Federal R&D Dollars
  • ASA honors Program 2012 Call for Nominations
  • A Sociologist's View of the "Occupy" Camps: Movements in a Shifting Media Landscape (Sarah Sobieraj)
  • ASA Forum: The Courage to Publicize One's Convictions (Alan Sica)
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: Howard Bernard Kaplan, Pamela L. Tremayne, Harold Wilensky
  • Obituaries: Mehrdad Mashayekhi, Joseph B. Perry, Jr., Robert J. Stevenson
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