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Section on the Sociology of Emotions Award Recipients


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Section on the Sociology of Emotions Graduate Student Paper Award

YEAR

NAME

AFFILIATION AT TIME OF AWARD

TITLE

2014

Long Doan, Annalise Loehr, and Lisa Miller

Indiana University

"The Power of Love: The Role of Emotional Attributions and Standards in Heterosexuals."

2013 Co-winner

Marci Cottingham

 

"Learning to “Deal” and “De-Escalate”: How Men in Nursing Manage Self and Patient Emotions"

2013 Co-winner

Sonny Nordmarken

 

"Everyday Transgender Emotional Inequality: Microaggressions, Micropower Dynamics, Emotional Exertion, and Cisgender Emotional Leisure"

2012 Yuval Feinstein University of California- Los Angeles “American Nationalism, Emotions, and Public Support for Military Action: Evidence from a Survey-Based Experiment.”.
2011 Kirsten Younghee Song, Rutgers University "Mourning for a National Monument:News Media Representation of the Loss of the Korean National Treasure Number 1"

2010

Yuval Feinstein,

University of California, Los Angeles

 

2009

Christian Vaccaro

Florida State University

 

2008

R. Tyson Smith

SUNY, Stony Brook

 

2007

Pamela M. Hunt

Kent State University

“Membership and Subcultural Identity Meaning: Exploring Two Continuous Measures of Membership in the Jamband Subculture”

2006

Meredith Rossner

University of Pennsylvania

“Restorative Justice and Interaction Ritual: An In-Depth Examination of the Micro Mechanism for Emotional Transformation”

2005

Omar Lizardo and Jessica Collett

University of Arizona

“Socioeconomic Status and the Experience of Anger"

2004

Simone Polilo

University of Pennsylvania

 

2003

Erika Summers-Effler

University of Pennsylvania

“The Micro Potential for Social Change: Emotion, Consciousness, and Social Movement Formation”

2002

Tim P. Hallett

Northwestern University

“Emotional Feedback and Amplification in Social Interaction”

2001

Michelle VanNatta

Northwestern University

Not listed

2000

Jennifer Lois

University of Colorado, Boulder

“Managing Emotions, Intimacy, and Relationships in a Voucher Search and Rescue Group”

1999

Guobin Yang

New York University

“Achieving Emotions in Social Mevements”

1998

Kathryn Lively

Vanderbilt University

“Joint Emotion-work: Working together to Maintain Stratification in Private Law Firms”

1997

Laura Mamo

University of California-San Francisco

“Death and Dying: Confluence of Emotions and Awareness”

1996

Lyn Jones

University of Arizona

"Rape Crisis Work and the Unpersonal Relationship: The Delicate Balance of Intimacy and Social Distance"

1995

Robert Garot

University of California-Los Angeles

“Emotions Front and Back stage: Anger and Tears in a Section 8 Housing Office”

1994

Donald E. Gibson

University of California-Los Angeles

"The Struggle for Reason: The Sociology of Emotion in Organizations"

1993

Rodney Beaulieu

University of California-Santa Barbara

"Emotion and Conflict in the Classroom: A Single Case Analysis"

1992

Leslie J. Irvine

Florida Atlantic University

"The Pathologizing of Love: Co-Dependency and the Naming of Emotion

1991

Betsy Cullum-Swan

Michigan State University

"Behavior in Public Places: A Frame Analysis of Gynecological Exams"

1990

Jennifer L. Pierce

University of California-Berkeley

"Gender, Paralegals, and the 'Tyranny of Niceness': The Double-Bind Emotional Labor Poses for Women Workers"



Section on the Sociology of Emotions Outstanding Recent Contribution Award

YEAR

NAME

AFFILIATION

WORK

2014 Eva Illouz Hebrew University

Why Love Hurts: A Sociological Explanation (Polity, 2013).

2013 Lively, Kathryn J., Lala Steelman, and Brian Powell  

2010. “Equity, Emotion, and the Household Division of Labor.” Social Psychology Quarterly 73: 358-379.

2012 Clare Stacey Kent State University 2011. The Caring Self: The Work Experiences of Home Care Aides (Cornell University Press). 
2011 Jennifer Lois Western Washington University “Lois, Jennifer. 2010, “The Temporal Emotion Work of Motherhood: Homeschoolers’ Strategies for Managing Time Shortage.” Gender and Society 24:421-446.

2010

Jody Clay-Warner and Dawn T. Robinson,

University of Georgia, Athens

 

2009

Allison Bianchi and Donna Lancianese

University of Iowa

 

2008

Jan E. Stets and

Jonathan H. Turner

University of California, Riverside

 

2007

Robin W. Simon

Leda E. Nath

Florida State University

University of Wisconsin – Whitewater

“Gender and Emotion in the United States: Do Men and Women Differ in Self-Reports of Feelings and Expressive Behavior”

2006

Jennifer Lois

Western Washington University

Heroic Efforts

2005

Kathryn Lively and David Heise

 

“Sociological Realms of Emotional Experience”

2004

Randall Collins

University of Pennsylvania

Interaction Ritual Chains (Book)

2003

Rebecca J. Erickson and Christian Ritter

The University of Akron

Kent State University

“Emotional Labor, Burnout, and Inauthenticity: Does Gender Matter?”

2002

Jonathan H. Turner

University of California, Riverside

 

2001

Guobin Young

University of Hawaii

 

2000

Candace Clark

Montclair State University

 

Section on the Sociology of Emotions Lifetime Achievement Award

YEAR

NAME

AFFILIATION

2010

Jan Stets,

University of California, Riverside

2009

Jonathan H. Turner

UC Riverside

2008

David Karp

Boston College

2007

Spence E. Cahill

University of South Florida

2006

Peggy A. Thoits

University of North Carolina

2005

Lynn Smith-Lovin

Duke University

2004

Randall Collins

University of Pennsylvania

2003

Theodore D. Kemper

St. Johns University

2002

David R. Heise

Indiana University

2001

Arlie Hochschild

University of California, Berkeley

2000

Thomas J. Scheff

University of California, Santa Barbara