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2005




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  • ASA is 100 Years Old
  • Reflecting on ASA's Centennial Year, 2005
  • Soaring: Celebrating Matilda White Riley (1911-2004) (Ronald P. Abeles)
  • Vantage Point: On Being 100 (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • National Lecture Named for Lipset
  • Institutionalizing Public Sociologies (Leslie Hossfeld, Philip Nyden)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • What Can You Do with a Sociology BA? (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • Bringing Sociology Into Our High Schools Through Student-to-student Outreach (Victoria Hougham)
  • NSF Awarded $5.5 Million to Sociology in '04
  • ASA Welcomes New Staff (Carla B. Howery)
  • Public Sociology: The Global Carbon Project (Penelope Canan)
  • Sociological Perspectives on International Trends in Mathematics and Science Achievement (Theodore A. Lamb and Rodger Bybee)
  • Analyzing Adolescent Science and Mathematics Literacy Across the Globe (Theodore A. Lamb and Molly McGarrigle)
  • Sociologists Selected as Presidents of Colleges
  • Colleagues Remember Matilda White Riley
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Mildred Peacock Crowder, Solomon Poll
  • Obituaries: Otis Dudley Duncan, William Silverman
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  • Philadelphia: The City (Michael Zuckerman)
  • Reflecting on ASA's Centennial Year, 2005
  • Fighting International Terrorism with Social Science Knowledge (Johanna Ebner)
  • Vantage Point: On Becoming 200: Looking Forward (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Centennial Inspires Expansion of ASA Sorokin Lecture (Carla B. Howery)
  • Sociology in Action on the Hill
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Loren Frankel, Gene Levine, Ellen Mara Rosengarten, John F. Schnabel
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  • Philadelphia: A Metro Area in Transition (David Elesh)
  • Reflecting on ASA's Centennial Year, 2005
  • ASA Weighs in on Gender and Science Careers
  • Candidates for ASA Offices in 2006
  • ASA Seeks Major Award Nominations
  • Vantage Point: A Price for U.S. Science
  • National Institutes of Health Implements Contested Public Access Policy
  • Public Affairs Update
  • ASA's History in a "Nutshell"
  • Celebrating Seven Decades of Excellence in ASA's Flagship Scholarly Journal (ASR editor, Jerry Jacobs)
  • Putting the Science in Quanlitative Methodology (Roberta Spalter-Roth, ASA)
  • Inside-Out Program Creates Link Bewteen Higher Education and the Criminal Justice System (Jessica Spickard)
  • Gaming in Watts: UCLA and Locke Senior High School in Partnership (Victoria Hougham)
  • ASA's Teaching Enhancement Fund Supports Seven New Projects
  • Dennis Rome Will Held ASA Honors Program in 2006
  • ASA Council Briefs (from February 4-6, 2005)
  • Recent Status Reports Accepted by Council
  • ASA Council Statement on the Causes of Gender Differences in Science and Math Career Achievement/Harvard's Lawrence Summers and the Ensuing Public Debate
  • Project to Infuse Data Analysis into the Sociology Curriculum Enters Dissemination Phase
  • On the Merits of Graduate Students as Book Reviewers (Barbara Katz Rothman)
  • State Representatives Make Inroads with High School Sociology (Carla Howery)
  • Deaths: Che Fu-Lee, Laure M. Sharp
  • Obituaries: Robert K. Bain, Frederick Buttel, Robert O. Carlson, William Byrd Hanson, Gene Levine, Ellen Mara Rosengarten, John Schnabel
  • Member Benefit: Capital for Knowledge
  • 2005 Student Travel Awards
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  • AAAS 2005 Meeting Was Where Science Meets Society, and Sociology was There Too
  • At 125 Annual Meeting, ASA Exhibits, Sociological Research Reigns, and ASA President Duster Participates in a Press Conference (Johanna Ebner)
  • Scientists Warn of Conceptual Traps Concerning Genetics and "Race" in New Genetic Map of Human Populations (Lee Herring and Mercedes Rubio)
  • Reflecting on ASA's Centennial Year, 2005
  • "Culture Wars" Explored at Contexts Forum (Johanna Ebner)
  • Council Approves New ASA Editors
  • Vantage Point: Rumors of Departmental Decline are Greatly Exaggerated (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • ASA Returns to San Francisco in 2006
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Paradoxes of U.S. Health Care System Have Complex Social Origins (Donald W. Light)
  • Sociologist Named Director of Vera Institute
  • New ASA-NSF Grantees
  • Mapping High School Sociology: Fairfield University Partners with High Schools (Victoria Hougham and Gavin W. Hougham)
  • Moving Forward with the National Acadmey of Education (Amy Swauger)
  • Sociologists Present at 2005 AAAS Annual Meeting
  • First Annual Lecture in the Behavioral and Social Sciences Named for Matilda White Riley
  • Public Forum: Response to Iutcovich; Reply to Bonilla-Silva and Smith:  Assessing the Anti-war Resolution (Bradford B. Hepler)
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Coramae Richey Mann, Ethel Shanas, Laure M. Sharp
  • Obituaries: Leonard E. Bloomquist, Che-Fu Lee, Ethel Shanas, Tamotsu Shibutani
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: Editors' Reports
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  • Dalton Conley Becomes First Sociologist to Receive the National Science Board's Prestigious Alan T. Waterman Award (Johanna Ebner, Lee Herring)
  • Philly Delights: Where to Walk, Look, Take Kids and Do a Little Shopping (Magali Sarfatti Larson)
  • Reflecting on ASA's Centennial Year, 2005
  • Annual Meeting Supplement in this Issue
  • Vantage Point: What Really Mattered to the Supreme Court
  • Sociologists Receive Guggenheims
  • Sociologist Brings Data to Federal Debate on Bankrutpcy Reform Bill
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Public Sociology: What Happened When I Took My Sociological Imagination to the Dump (Daniel Knapp)
  • Sociologists Impact Interpretation of Federal Welfare Legislation (Lee Herring, Johanna Ebner)
  • On Being in the Minority (Tomas Jimenez)
  • Teachers Teaching Teachers: An ASA Pre-Conference
  • Contemporary Sociology Comes to UC-Irvine (Christine Byrd)
  • Annual Meeting Supplement
  • The Intersection of Sociology and Bioethics (Joseph E. Davis, Raymond DeVries, John H. Evans)
  • 2005 Regional Sociological Associations - Award Winners Public Forum: Whose Science is Behind the Science in Qualitative Methodology (Norman K. Denzin); On the Creation of "Public Interest Sociology" (George C. Klein); Institutionalizing Public Sociology (Paul Lechelier); Another Centennial (Werner Lange); Utilizing the Energy of Interactive Sessions (Scott R. Sernau)
  • Deaths: Marijean Ferguson
  • Obituaries: Warren E. Kalbach
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  • 2005 Annual Meeting: The Philadelphia Sound (Jerome Hodos and David Grazian)
  • Results of 2005 ASA Election
  • Recipients of 2004 ASA Awards
  • Vantage Point: Global Sociology and the ASA Centenary (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Sociologists Connect "Six Degrees" on Capitol Hill (Johanna Ebner)
  • Sociological Skills Used in the Capture of Saddam Hussein (Victoria Hougham)
  • Full-time Faculty Salaries Sink in Academic Year 2004-2005 (Roberta Spalter-Roth, William Erskine)
  • The Rise of the Right Discussed at the Annual Meeting (Harry G. Levine)
  • 2005 Annual Meeting: Philly Folk Culture (Karen Bettez Halnon)
  • Karen Gray Edwards - 25th Year at ASA (Carla B. Howery)
  • Barbara Schneider to Edit Sociology of Education (Chandra Muller)
  • Teaching Sociology Introduces "Applications" to Help Instructors Integrate Sociological Research into Undergraduate Courses (Liz Grauerholz, Jerry Jacobs)
  • NIDA Invested $19.5 Million in Sociologist-led Research in FY04 (Anna Stanton)
  • Two New Task Forces Seated
  • Deaths: Elizabeth G. Cohen, Samih K. Farsoun
  • Obituaries: Paul K. Clare, Andre Gunder Frank, Linda Saltzman, Benjamin B. Tregoe
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  • The ASA Celebrates its 100th Birthday in the Nation's Birthplace
  • Profile of the ASA President: Pushing Social Boundaries: Cynthia Fuchs Epstein (Judith Lorber)
  • Going to be in Washington, DC in late October?
  • On Hurricanes and Sociology
  • Vantage Point: Minority Research Training Milestones (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Ameircan Immigration Policy: Toward Integration (Tomas Jimenez)
  • Sociology Exhibited on Capitol Hill
  • Public Affairs Update
  • ASA Announces New Minority Fellows
  • Council Approves Revised Specialty Areas
  • UCSD Culture Conference Discussed the Future of Cultural Sociology
  • Training High School Sociology Teachers at Association Meetings (Victoria Hougham)
  • ASA's Member-Get-a-Member Capaign is a Success
  • Applications Invited for ASA Editor Positions
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Michelle Cook, George C. Helling, Henry L. Lennard
  • Obituaries: Ferris C. Baker, Stephen Bunker, Elizabeth G. Cohen, James Ensign Curtis, Laure M. Sharp, Robert L. Skrabanek, Fred Strodtbeck
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  • A Capitol Hill Party Celebrates 100 Years (Johanna Olexy, Lee Herring)
  • Sociologist-led Homeland Security Center is Unveiled (David C. Walsh)
  • Think Ahead to 2007! Session Proposals are Invited for the 102nd Annual Meeting Program!
  • Vantage Point: ASA's Centennial Year: Member Speak, Council Responds Sociologist to Lead National Children's Study Center (Sylvia Pociask, Lee Herring)
  • Proposed Disaster Legislation is Informed by Sociological Research (Lee Herring)
  • Immigration Reform and the Latino Vote (Tomas R. Jimenez)
  • Increasing the Visibility of Sociology PhDs Outside the Ivory Tower (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • A Century of Professional Organization in American Sociology (Bruce Keith)
  • International Workshop on Social Networks Theory and Methodology:  Applications for Regional Carbon Management (Penelope Canan)
  • ASA Council Briefs, August 16-17, 2005
  • Spotlight on Departments: Kent State and University of Akron Collaborating for More than a Quarter Century (Victoria Hougham)
  • Community Action Research Grants Awarded (Johanna Olexy)
  • ASA Statement on Human Rights
  • Attendance Doubles at Third Math Sociology Conference (Herman Smith, Paul McFarlane)
  • Sociology Project a Finalist in the Intel Science Talent Search
  • Major Award Recipients Honored in Philadelphia
  • Public Forum: Sociology and the Politics of Fear (David L. Altheide); Complications of "Hispanic: Race of Ethnicity" (Amitai Etzioni); New Orleans Hurricane Katrina: Natural or Social Disaster? (Martha K. Huggins)
  • Call for ASA Award Nominations
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Fred Strodtbeck
  • Obituaries: Samih K. Farsoun, George Clifford Helling, J. Dennis Willigan
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  • Sociologist Testifies at House Hearing on Disasters (Lee Herring)
  • Multiple Methods in ASR (Jerry A. Jacobs)
  • Candidates for the 2006 ASA Election
  • ASA Sections Seek 2006 Award Nominations
  • Vantage Point: Indicators for a New "Social Science of Science Policy" (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Another Texan Goes to Washington: ASA's 2006 Congressional Fellow
  • A Call to Transform Black Education (Lavon Rice)
  • Call for Mateirals on Desegregation and Educational Outcomes
  • A Salute to Janet Astner
  • A Century of Motion: Disciplinary Culture and Organizational Drift in American Sociology (Bruce Keith)
  • Centenary of the First Sociology Doctorate at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Mary Jo Deegan and Michael R. Hill)
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Leo Bogart, Joseph Gittler, Mary Rose Holley
  • Obituaries: Henry L. Lennard, John Kenneth Morland