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  • The Social History of Boston's Back Bay, Site of the 2008 ASA Conference (Wilfred Holton)
  • Sociologists Examine the Global Labor Market in STEM Occupations
  • International Perspectives: What's New in French Sociology? (Daniel Benamouzig, Olivier Borraz & Cyril Lemieux)
  • Vantage Point: Footnotes Looks Different, Yes?
  • Faith in Their Future? (Rebecca Sager)
  • Social Scientist Receives Presidential Medal of Honor
  • Social Scientist Awarded the 2008 Joseph W. Cullen Memorial Award
  • Kalleberg Engages Campuses During His Presidential Year
  • Apply Now for the Sorokin Lecture Series
  • A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the ASA Student Forum
  • ASA Awards Small Grants in Sociology
  • Achieving the Dream: Helping Community College Focus on Student Success
  • Public Sociology: Genocide - It Is My Problem
  • Garfinkel Recognized for Lifetime of Achievement
  • ASA Forum: On the Interpretation of Polls; Another Take on AP or Not AP ; More on the Sociology of Human Rights; Concerning the W.E.B. Dubois Career Award for Dintinguished Scholarship
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: Melvin Pollner, Stanton Wheeler
  • Obituaries: Gangadharappa Nanjundappa, Gwynne Nettler, Wayne Wheeler

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  • A New, Permanent Home for ASA (Donald Tomaskovic-Devey)
  • Congratulations to the 2008 ASA Award Winners
  • Boston: Greener than an Emerald Necklace (Joan Fitzgerald)
  • Vantage Point: How Does Your Department Grow? With Chairs Help, You Can Know!
  • Sociologists in Research and Applied Settings: A Perspective on Business Careers for Sociologists (Joe Mercurio)
  • Bearmam Is First Sociologist to Receive Prestigious NIH Pioneer Award
  • The Costs of Mass Incarceration Examined by Congressional Panel (Howard Silver)
  • Sociologist to Head Genome Center for Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications Research
  • Forty-Five Years as an ASA Member
  • Public Sciology: Using Social and Behvioral Science to Design Better Energy and Climate Change Policies and Programs
  • Three Sociologists Elected as AAAS Fellows
  • The National Academy of Sciences Honors Sociologist
  • ASA Forum: Defending Against Misuses of Data on Race and Ethnicity; Rejoinder tp Professor Persell
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: T. Quentin Evans, Karol Krotki, Chet Meeks, Harold Orlans, Joel Tortenson
  • Obituaries: Miriam Johnson,

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    March 2008 (Volume 36, Number 3)
     
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  • Plenary Session on "The Future of the American Labor Movement" Kicks Off the 2008 ASA Meeting (Arne L. Kalleberg)
  • Progress in Breaking the Glass Ceiling
  • Boston's African American Heritage (Robert L. Hall)
  • Vantage Point: An Open Invitation to Visit Your New ASA Headquarters
  • Candidates for ASA Offices in 2008
  • Heat Wave: A Sociological Drama Hits Center Stage (Ellen C. Berrey)
  • Sociology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Celebrated 100 Years (Jan Nederveen Pieterse)
  • An International Conference Examines Stigma Research (Terry White)
  • UNC Students Tackle a U.S. Constitution Update (Beth A. Latshaw)
  • Sociologists in Research and Applied Settings: The Evaluator in the Field as an Outsider Within (Mindy Fried)
  • ASA Forum: That's in a Name: Concerning the ASA Career Award
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: Charles Bonjean, Gordon Bultena, Stephen L. Nock, G. Howard Phillips, Sister Eleanor Rice, Edward P. Torrey
  • Obituaries: Herbert Reese Barringer, Ronald Freedman, Chet Meeks, Stanton Wheeler

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  • Three Plenary Sessions at 2008 ASA Meetings Focus on Policy, Globalizaton, and Immigration (Arne L. Kalleberg)
  • Green Initiatives on the Rise at the ASA (Stella Capek, Sally T. Hillsman, Janet Astner, Lauren Heberle, & Robert Brulle)
  • Communal Grief and Solidarity after 4/16/07 at Virginia Tech (Laura Agnich, James Hawdon, & John Ryan)
  • Vantage Point: Helping Avoid a Health Crisis and Fiscal "Train Wreck"
  • Task Force on Sociology and Criminology Programs (Dennis MacDonald & Steven E. Barkan)
  • Best-Selling Books by Sociologists - A New Study (Herbert Gans)
  • FSU Celebrates 90 Years of Sociology by Examining Where it Was and Where It Is (Irene Padavic)
  • Sociologists Elected AAAS Fellows
  • ASA Forum: Professionalizing Sociology the Discipline for Branding Purposes Only
  • Council Highlights
  • Editor Search: City & Community
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: Ronald Freedman, Benjamin S. Kleinberg, Ralph Lane, Robert C. Sorensen
  • Obituaries: J. Michael Armer, Charles M. Bonjean, Gail Jefferson, Benjamin Kleinberg, Bernard Nathan Meltzer, Steven L. Nock, Harold Orlans, Robert C. Sorensen

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    May/June 2008 (Volume 36, Number 5)
     
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  • The Sociology of Boston's Restaurants: Where Diversity and Good Food Meet (Jack Levin)
  • Alan Sica to Edit Contemporary Sociology (Charles Lemert)
  • What Skills Do Sociology Majors Learn and What Is the Pathway to Using Them on the Job?
  • Vantage Point: Who Speaks for Social Science--In Court?
  • Science Polocy
  • Science Organizations Examine Ways to Enhance Diversity in Science
  • ASA's Teaching Enhancement Fund Supports Two New Projects
  • Doris Wilkinson Receives Honors (Florence Bonner & Jean Shin)
  • ASA Announces the 2007-2008 ASA Congressional Fellow
  • George Mason Introduces New PhD Program in Public Sociology (Mark D. Jacobs & Amy Best)
  • Beyond Endnote: Citing Web Sources in ASA Style
  • Dealing with the Shock of Violence at Northern Illinois University (Fred. E. Markowitz)
  • The Wrong Solutions for a Tragedy (Kirk Miller)
  • Sociologists in Research and Applied Settings: Explaining Terror Networks in the 21st Century (Marc Sageman)
  • ASA Awards Grants to Advance Sociology
  • Sociology and Genocide Studies (Jack Nusan Porter)
  • A New Home and New Staff
  • ASA Forum
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: Robert Dentler, Ralph Lane, Charles Tilly
  • Obituaries: Karen Bloom Robert A. Dentler, John Freeman, Ralph Lane, Jr., Melvin Pollner, Charles Tilly, Kay Michael Troost

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  • Race Relations and Immigration in Boston (Silvia Diminguez)
  • The 2008 ASA Election Results Are In...
  • International Perspectives: Report on the Executive Meeting of the International Sociological Association (Val Moghadam)
  • Vantage Point: Building Organizational Social Captial in Departments of Sociology
  • Science Policy
  • From Mobile to Shagnhai: Reflections on my ASA Presidential Year (Arne L. Kalleberg)
  • ASA Hosts Open House to Debut New Office
  • ASA Honored for Real Estate Deal
  • Howard University Celebrates 50 Years of Doctoral Education with Sociology Focus
  • A Candid Examination of the Performance of Science in Government
  • The Art and Social Science of War
  • ASA Members Receive Guggenheim Fellowships
  • Alba Delivers Huggins Lecture at Harvard
  • ASA 2008 Dissertation Award Recipient Announced
  • Universal Design: Creating Presentations That Speak to All
  • ASA Welcomes MFP Cohort 35
  • Declines in Sociology Faculty Purchasing Power
  • Sociologist Presents on Violent Crime at Congressional Briefing
  • Skocpol Elected to the NAS
  • Journal of World-Systems Research Approved for Section Sponsorship
  • Sociology: A Rare But Well-Paying Job?
  • ASA Forum: Family Myth to Family Reality
  • Announcements
  • Deaths: Charles Moskos
  • Obituaries: Wallis Bwasley, Robert M. Figlio, James B. Skellenger, Herman W. Smith, III

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  • Sociologists at Work in Boston
  • A New Perspective with Patricia Hill Collins (Elizabeth Higginbotham)
  • Vantage Point: Federal Support for Basic Research and Training of the Future Scientific Workforce
  • Science Policy
  • ASA Brings Sociology to Capitol Hill
  • Kessler Elected to the National Academy of Sciences
  • The Past, Present, and Future of the Journal of World-Systems Research (Andrew K. Jorgenson and Edward L. Kick)
  • Sociological AIDS Research Needs an Intervention (Judith Auerbach)
  • Building on the Strength of the Department Resources Group
  • Think Ahead to 2010!
  • Toward a Sociology of Citizenship
  • Sociologists in Research and Applied Settings
  • The ASA and Sociological Practice (Jay Weinstein and Kathryn Goldman Schuyler
  • Public Sociology
  • Applications for Invited Editorship
  • 2008-09 Regional and Aligned Association Meetings
  • ASA Modifies Copyright to Comply with NIH Public Access Regulation
  • Annoucements
  • Deaths: Cynthia F. Barnett, Brent K. Marshall
  • Obituaries:

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  • A Festschrift in Honor of Pearlin Looks to the Future of the Stress Process Paradigm
  • Success of Women with Children in Sociology
  • Major ASA Award Recipients Honored in Boston
  • Congratulations to the 2008 ASA Section Award Winners!
  • Vantage Point: The Strength of Disciplinary Diversity
  • Science Policy
  • Coming out from Behind the Scences: ASA Publications Committee
  • ASA Teaching Resources Center Call for Proposals
  • ASA Council Highlights
  • What Can I Do with a Master's Degree in Sociology?
  • Chow Builds a Foundation for Education in China
  • Four New Projects Are Sponsered by ASA's 2008 Community Action Research Initiative
  • Call for ASA Award Nominations
  • Annoucements
  • Deaths: Calvin L. Beale, Dean Hodge, Duncan MacRae, Jr., Herschel S. Shosteck, Paul V. Smith, R. Dean Wright
  • Obituaries: Orlando Fals Borda, Robert G. Holloway, Evelyn M. Kitagawa, Gay Capouch Kitson, Ralph Segalman

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  • Making Class Prep Easier: ASA's New Digital Library of Sociological Teaching Materials
  • Seeking Nominations for ASA Officers and Committees
  • First "Sociological Forum" of the International Sociological Association
  • Vantage Point: Science in an Obama Administration
  • Science Policy
  • Women Move Up the Faculty Ladder Slowly
  • Space for other Activities
  • Health Care Reform as an Emergency Growth Strategy (Elizabeth Jacobs)
  • Announcing the New Student Sociologist Newsletter
  • Call for Nominations: 2009 Section Awards
  • Transforming Employment Institutions to Sustain the American Dream (Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld and Arne L. Kalleberg)
  • Climate Change and the Sociological Imagination (Kari Marie Norgaard and Alan Rudy)
  • Apply Now for the Sorkin Lecture Series
  • Sociologist Presented 2008 Brown Lecture in Education
  • Do European Border toens Hold the Key to Cultural Integration, Incubation? (Alberto Gasparini)
  • ASA Honors Program 2009 Call for Nominations
  • ASA Member Reaches 50-year Membership Milestone
  • Public Sociology and Participatory Action Research in Rural Sociology (Karen M. O'Neil)
  • Did You Know?
  • ASA Forum
  • Annoucements
  • Deaths: Heather Hartley
  • Obituaries: Felix M. Berardo, Heather L. Hartley, Dean Hoge, R. Dean Wright
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