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2012

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 January 2012 (Volume 40, Number 1)
  • Denver and Utopia: Historical Notions and Contemporary Realities (David Piacenti)
  • ASA Financial Support for Editorial Offices (Catherine White Berheide)
  • Footnotes Returns to Print
  • Vantage Point: The Limitations of Electronic Comminucation: Returning to a Printed Footnotes
  • Science Policy
  • Comparative Years to Degree for Social Science PhDs
  • 2012 ASA Annual Meeting: Denver-The Cultural Center of the Rocky Mountains
  • Denver Spotlight-The Denver Zoo
  • Starting a Discussion with 200+ High School Teachers of Sociology
  • Social Science with Social Media (Scott Golder and Michael Macy)
  • ASA Awards grants for the Advancement of Sociology
  • The ASA Student Forum Advisory Board (Patrick O'Brien)
  • Sociologist Explores Trans (In)visibilities in Bogota, Columbia (Salvador Vidal-Ortiz)
  • Internationalization of Japanese Sociology and Its Identity Crisis (Yoshimichi Sato)
  • Invitation to the 75th Annual Meeting of the Rural Sociological Society (Conner Bailey)
  • Two Sociologists Elected as AAAS Fellows
  • ASA Community Action Research (CARI) Grant
  • ASA Congressional Fellowship
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: Phil Bosserman, April Brayfield, Gert Harald Mueller, Harold Wilensky
  • Obituaries: Leon F. Bouvier

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 February 2012 (Volume 40, Number 2)
  • TRAILS Completes First Full Calendar Year; ASA Announces Call for TRAILS Editor
  • Recipients of 2012 ASA Awards
  • Finding Sociology in Colorado (N. Prabha Unnithan)
  • Vantage Point: Fostering Continuity and Engagement with ASA during Career Transitions
  • Social Scientists and Research Development: What Do Research Development Professionals Do? (Gila Budescu & Barbara L.E. Walker)
  • International Perspectives: Chinese Social Science, Stability and the State (Leta Hong Fincher)
  • Moving Beyond "Doing the Right Thing"
  • Thank You, ASA Members!
  • Graduate School Poster Session
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: Arlene Kaplan Daniels
  • Obituaries: Charles Phillip Bosserman, April Brayfield, Lawrence R. Carter, James C. Kimberly, Gert Harold Mueller, Joseph T. Mullan

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 March 2012 (Volume 40, Number 3)
  • Montana: The Last Best Place (R. Patrick Bixler)
  • Implementing Professional Curb Cuts: Recommendations of the Status Committee on Persons with Disabilities (Margaret Weigers Vitullo and Allison C. Carey)
  • New Member Benefit: Submit Resources to TRAILS Without a Subscription
  • Vantage Point: ASA Advocacy on Capitol Hill
  • Science Policy
  • ASA Launches Campaign to Expand its Database of Subject Matter Experts for the Media
  • Sociology Research Makes Headlines
  • Applied Sociology: Kevin Bales: Using Sociology to Fight Slavery 
  • What Happens in a Course that is Truly Global (Rodney D. Coates)
  • Candidates for ASA Offices in 2012
  • 2012 ASA President Visiting Minority-Serving Colleges and Universities
  • My Journey into the Deaf-World: A Visit to Gallaudet University (Erik Olin Wright)
  • Council Highlights
  • Student Forum Travel Awards
  • ASA Forum: Beyond Ignorance and Dogma: On Taking Religion Seriously (Christian Smith)
  • Announcements
  • Obituaries: Arlene Kaplan Daniels

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April 2012 (Volume 40, Number 4)
  • Local Flavor: Clean Tech and Renewable Energy Clusters in Colorado (Elizabeth Stephan)
  • Snippets from the Travels with Erik Blog
  • New Task Force on Community College Sociologists
  • Vantage Point: Sounds Utopian - and It's Real
  • Science Policy
  • Federal Investments in R&D Pays Off
  • Time to Vote!
  • Lessons Learned from Media Coverage
  • New Member Benefit for 2012
  • Interested in Volunteering for the ASA Task Force on Community College Faculty?
  • Latest Data on Social Science Jobs for new PhDs
  • Emerita Profile: Essie Rutledge: Blazing a Trail in African American Studies
  • ASA Forum: In Favor of Relevance: When Religion Studies Matter (Ryan T. Cragun)
  • Call for a New Task Force on the Post-Doctorate in Sociology
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: Mohamed El-Attar, Hy Enzer, Gordon Hirabayashi
  • Obituaries: John Colombotos, John Pock, Suzanne E. Szabo

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 May/June 2012 (Volume 40, Number 5)
  • Colorado Springs: Whose Utopia? (Heather Albanesi ,Michele Companion, Lynda Dickson, Richard Dukes, Abby Ferber, and Edwardo Portillos)
  • The Real Utopia Theme at the 2012 ASA Annual Meeting (Erik Olin Wright)
  • Snippets from the Travels with Erik Blog, Part 2
  • Vantage Point: Federal Budget Bills Threaten Social Science Research and Jobs
  • Science Policy
  • Call for Nominations for ASA Offices
  • Providing Professional Development for Department Leaders: Chair and DGS Conference at the Annual Meeting
  • Sociologists Receive Major Awards and Honors
  • Teaching Sociology to 11 to 14 Year Olds
  • The Expanding Classroom: Welcoming New Media into Sociology Courses (Carey Sargent)
  • Annual Meeting Insert
  • Public Sociology: Targeting Elites for Social Justice (Donald W. Light)
  • Six Projects are Funded by the 2012 CARI Grant
  • ASA's Howery Teaching Enhancement Grant Support Two New Projects
  • The New Department Survey: providing Up-to-Date Information for Chairs and Faculty
  • ASA Forum
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: Irving Louis Horowitz, Harriet B. Presser
  • Obituaries: Joseph S. Vandiver

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 July/August 2012 (Volume 40, Number 6)
  • The Results of the 2012 Election Are in
  • Wheel Utopias: Denver's Urban Transitions Seen by Bicycle (Lucy Dwight and Joshua Goode)
  • interested in an AS Leadership Position?
  • Vantage Point: Sociologists Teresa Sullivan-Extraordinary Scholar, Teacher, Mentor and higher Education Leader-Faces her next Challenges as UVA President
  • Science Policy
  • Announcing the Newest Members of the Department Resources Group
  • New MCAT Emphasizes Social Foundations of Health and Disease (Shannon N. Davis and Jason M. Satterfield)
  • Tukufu Talks History Detectives, Offers Advice on Communicating Sociology
  • Calhoun Appointed as the New Director of the London School of Economics
  • Trails Welcomes its New Editor: Diane Pike (Stephen Sweet)
  • International Perspectives: An American Sociologist in Armenia (Daina S. Eglitis)
  • Should Every Sociologist Blog? (Philip N. Cohen)
  • Public Sociology: Finding the Right Fit Outside of Academia (Henry H. Brownstein)
  • ASA Welcomes Eight New MFP Fellows
  • ASA Awards Eight Grants for the Advancement of Sociology
  • ASA Forum
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: W. Phillips Davison, Roslyn Muraskin, John Van Dyke Saunders, Jack Tucker

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September/October 2012 (Volume 40, Number 7)
  • Meet the 2013 ASA President: Cecilia Ridgeway (Shelly J. Correll and Kathryne M. Young)
  • Sociologists Explore Real Utopias in an Annual Meeting Filled with Firsts
  • The International Sociological Association 2nd Forum of Sociology in Buenos Aires (Margaret Abraham)
  • Vantage Point: Sequestration = Devastation of Key Federal Programs
  • Science Policy
  • President Fernando Henrique Cardoso Is Awarded the Kluge Prize
  • A Year in Congress (Dennis Bogusz)
  • Invited Session Proposals Are Solicited for the 109th Annual Meeting Program!
  • Hard Times: The Impact of Economic Inequality on Families and Individuals
  • ASA Awards Second Cohort of NSF-Funded Postdoctoral Fellowships in Economic Sociology
  • Inequality in the United States: A Primer (Sharon Jank and Lindsay Owens)
  • Applications Invited for Editorships
  • 2012-2013 Regional and Aligned Sociology Association Meetings
  • ASA Member-Get-A-Member Campaign a Success
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: F. James Davis, Mayer Nathan Zald
  • Obituaries: Debra S. Emmelman, Nelson Northrup Foote, Irving Louis Horowitz, Harriet B. Presser

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November 2012 (Volume 40, Number 8)
  • Beyond One-Size-Fits-All: Sociologically Smart College Procedures to Improve Student Success (James E. Rosenbaum, Northwestern University, and Janet Rosenbaum)
  • Join the ASA Database of Subject Matter Experts
  • Gender in the Field - ASA Department of Research on the Discipline and the Profession. (Do female sociologists concentrate heavily on gender and family in their scholarly work?)
  • Member Donations Make the ASA Small Grants Program a Significant Disciplinary Resource (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Science Policy - Statement on Conviction of Italian Earthquake Scientists, Persistent Pay Gap Affects Women Just One Year Out of College, NIH Videos Demonstrate Behavior's Role in Personal Health
  • Heather Gautney Is the 2012-13 ASA Congressional Fellow
  • "Big Bang" for Higher Education and the Uncertain Future of Sociology in the UK (John Holmwood)
  • 2012 Department Survey to Remain Open Through December
  • Minority Fellowship Program Sees Changes to Application
  • Sydney S. Spivack Program in Applied Social Research and Social Policy
  • Kent State Sociology Celebrates Its 75th Anniversary (Richard T. Serpe and Jerry M. Lewis)
  • Call for ASA Award Nominations
  • Major ASA Award Recipients Honored in Denver (William A. Gamson, Frank Dobbin, Chandra Mukerji, Diane Pike, Katherine Rowell, Judith Blau, Katha Pollitt, James W. Loewen, Douglas S. Massey, Michael A. Messner, Kimberly Kay Hoang)
  • Council Highlights
  • Announcements
  • Deaths (Katherine Payne Moseley)

 

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December 2012(Volume 40, Number 9)
  • Challenges Ahead for Social and Behavioral Sciences and Public Policy (COSSA) (Brad Smith)
  • Changes in the MCAT Have Implications for Sociology Department Planning (Edward L. Kain)
  • Candidates for 2013 ASA Election
  • Science is in the Public Interest: Obama gets it, but can he do it? (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Science Policy - U.S. Census Bureau Releases American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates, NHA Board of Directors Names New Executive Director, Anthropology Association Names New Executive Director.
  • Space for Other Group Activities (at ASA Annual Meeting)
  • An Alternative Gift Fair for Sociology – Donate to the Small Grants Program (Carla B. Howery Teaching Enhancement Fund, Community Action Research Initiative (CARI), Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline
  • PubsComm: Getting the Word Out (Karen A. Cerulo)
  • Announcements
  • Deaths (Roger Scott)
  • Obituaries: Rudolf Johannes Faller, James L. McCartney, Rekha Mirchandani, Katharine Payne Moseley, Setsuko Matsunaga Nishi
  • Funding: Carla B. Howery Teaching Enhancement Grants Program

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