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  • What Do We Know About Postdocs? No "Reserve Army" in Sociology (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • 2003 Annual Meeting:  The Question of Culture: The Changing Face of Atlanta (Charles Gallagher, Karyn Lacy)
  • Public Opinion in Islamic Countries: Survey Results (Monsoor Moaddel)
  • Vantage Point, the Executive Officer's Column "Wired for 2003 and the Horizon Beyond" (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Takeuchi Selected for Decade of Behavior Advisory Committee
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Sociologist Takes "Supporting Role" in Columbine Documentary  (Johanna Ebner)
  • Kathleen McKinney is Named First Cross Chair (Jean Beaman)
  • Sociologist Juergensmeyer Receives Grawemeyer Award
  • Things My Mentor Never Told Me (Michael D. Schulman)
  • Spotlight On Departments: Lehigh University's Community Fellowship Program (Torrey Androski)
  • More ASA Section Award Winners
  • Public Forum: Public Sociologies: Response to Hausknecht (Michael Burawoy); Public Sociologies: Reply to Hausknecht (Herbert J. Gans); Racial Classification: A Wrong Turn (Yehudi Webster); Reply to Webster (Troy Duster)
  • Call for Nominations for 2003 ASA Section Awards
  • Departments
  • Obituaries: Ivan Illich
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  • Contexts Magazine Wins Publisher's Award
  • Has Sociology Suffered the Declines Predicted Ten Years Ago?  (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • 2003 Annual Meeting: Atlanta's Historically Black Colleges and Universities (Obie Clayton)
  • Vantage Point, The Executive Officer's Column: "The Sociology Pipeline Begins in High School" (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • AAAS, ASA Honor Saad Ibrahim
  • New American Community Survey is in Jeopardy (Torrey Androski)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • ASA Seeks 2004 Award Nominations
  • A Tribute to Patsy Mink, "Mother" of Equal Educational Opportunity (Joyce Chinen)
  • Spotlight on Departments: Appalachian State's "All-for-one" Master's Degree
  • Preparing Future Faculty Project Capstone (Carla B. Howery)
  • North Carolina State University Certifies PFF Scholars (Jean Beaman)
  • Six More Departments Selected for Integrating Data Analysis Project
  • New York to Belarus: Sociology in International Distance-learning (Jean Beaman)
  • Educating the "Walking Wounded" (Jean Beaman)
  • Sociology News for the Dinner Table: If Felons Could Have Voted, National Election Outcomes Would Have Been Different
  • ASA Executive Office Welcomes New Staff: Redante Asuncion-Reed, William Erskine, Kathy Lamb, Glen Grant
  • Social Science Has Impact on NSF's Environmental R&E Plans
  • Sociological Issues in Environmental Research and Education
  • Public Forum: Binge Drinking Prevention Research; Student Drinking:  Reply to Wechsler and Nelson
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Ruth Murray Brown, Ivan Fahs, Robert Wilson
  • Obituaries: B. Meredith Burke, Lewis S. Feurer, Tamara K. Hareven, Rachel A. Rosenfeld
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: Minutes of the Third Meeting of the 2001-2002 Council
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  • ASA Submits Amicus Brief in US Supreme Court Case on Affirmative Action in College Admissions (William T. Bielby)
  • Robert K. Merton Remembered (Craig Calhoun)
  • Bylaws Tune-Up
  • 2003 Annual Meeting: Multimedia Portrayals of a Communications Center: Race and Film in Atlanta (Dana White and Alex Hicks)
  • Vantage Point: Public Socologies?An Agenda for Collaboration (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Social Science Community Celebrates National Institutes of Health Deputy Appointment Johanna Ebner)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • ASA Council in Action: Brief Summary of Recent ASA Council Actions
  • Doing Eye-Opening Policy Work in Washington, DC (Susan Halebsky Dimock)
  • Spotlight on Departments: Not Just Sociology at U. of Wisonsin-Green Bay (Jean Beaman)
  • Ask ASA
  • A Supreme Court Challenge to Legal Aid (Douglas Snyder)
  • Candidates for ASA Offices in 2003: President-Elect, Richard Alba and Troy Duster; Vice President-Elect, Caroline Hodges Persell, David Snow; Secretary-Elect, William Roy, Franklin D. Wilson
  • Council Approves New Task Forces, Seeks Member Involvement
  • Sociologists Remember Robert K. Merton
  • Supreme Court Matter is Focus of 2003 ASA Annual Meeting Presidential Plenary Session in Atlanta
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Robert Alford, Helena Lopata, Joseph B. Meier, Ruth C. Shaeffer, Marcello Truzzi, Charles Warriner
  • Obituaries: Ivan J. Fahs
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: Minutes of the First Meeting of the 2002-2003 Council
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  • Egyptian Sociologist Ibrahim is Acquitted
  • Social Science is Focus of Cairo Conference: Surveying Worldviews of Islamic Publics (Joanne Nagel and Patricia White)
  • 2003 Annual Meeting: The Double-Edged Sword of Gentrification in Atlanta (Lesley Williams Reid and Robert M. Adelman)
  • Vantage Point: Sociologists as Scientists Engaged in Civic Discourse (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Mercedes Rubio to Lead Minority Affairs Program (Torrey Androski)
  • Proposed ASA Statement Against the War on Iraq
  • Jerry A. Jacobs is Appointed Incoming American Sociological Review Editor (Kethleen Gerson)
  • Ask ASA: Technical support for statistical software packages
  • How Would Sociologists Design a Homeland Security Alert System? (Lee Herring)
  • Sociologists "Tributes to Daniel Patrick Moynihan" (Seymour Martin Lipset and Robert B. Hill)
  • Public Forum: A Double Life Stitched: On the Merits of Being an Academic and Activist (Amitai Etzioni); Rejoinder to Burawoy, Gans (Murray Hausknecht); Public Sociologies: Sociology's Lack of Credibility (Bernard Phillips)
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Jeffrey K. Hadden, Stanford Morris Lyman, Alan S. Miller
  • Obituaries: Robert Alford, Dafna Nundi Izraeli, Helena Lopata, Norma Juliet Wikler
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: Editor's Reports, Table: Summary of Editorial Activity, January 1 - December 31, 2002.
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  • 2003 Annual Meeting: Atlanta: City Without a Sound? (Allen Tullos, Matt Miller and Timothy J. Dowd)
  • Sociologists Receive Guggenheim Awards
  • Contexts Magazine is Ranked Among Top 10 of "New Magazines of 2002"
  • Vantage Point: Electronic Publication and the Health of Scientific Research (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Schaafsma Selected as ASA Congressional Fellow (Johanna Ebner)
  • ASA Executive Officer Joins Justice Institute Trustees Public Affairs Update
  • The Legislative Challenge of Bioterrorism (Susan Halebsky Dimoc)
  • Liz Grauerholz to Edit Teaching Sociology (Dean S. Dorn)
  • Sociologists Elected to the National Academy of Sciences
  • Community Action Research Grants Announced (Johanna Ebner)
  • Improving the Teaching of Sociology (Jean Beaman)
  • ASA-NSF Small Grants Awarded (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • A Sociological Success Story: 30 years of the General Social Survey  (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • Public Forum: Racial Classification: Rejoinder to Duster Reply (Yehudi Webster); ASA Member Resolution on Iraq War (Mark Iutcovich)
  • A "Case Study": Popular Authoring (Jean Beaman)
  • Terrorism and Tourism (Erin Higgins)
  • Departments
  • ASA 2003 Annual Meeting Pullout Section
  • Deaths: Odin W. Anderson, George W. Baker, Walter M. Gerson, William Goode, Howard Harrod, Thomas Ktsanes, Bevode C. McCall, Constance Ormsby Verdi, Werner D. von der Ohe, Eugene C. Weiner
  • Obituaries: Robert W. Avery, Donna Darden, Beth B. Hess, David Jerome Jackson, Sheldon L. Messinger, Alan S. Miller, J. L. Simmons, Marcello Truzzi
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: Minutes of the Second Meeting of the 2002-2003 ASA Council, February 1-2, 2003.
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  • ASA General Election Results: Duster Elected ASA President; Persell Elected Vice President
  • ASA Briefs Congress on Policy Role of Racial and Ethnic Data (Susan Halebsky Dimock)
  • 2003 Annual Meeting: A Field Study Tour of the City of Atlanta (Isa Williams and Brenda Hoke)
  • Si Goode Remembered (Lenore J. Weitzman)
  • Vantage Point: Sociologists and IRBs (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • AAHRPP is Taking Accreditation Seriously (Johanna Ebner)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • National Science Foundation Awards Nearly $5.6 Million for Sociology
  • Vinita Mehta Selected as 2003 ASA/AAAS Media Fellow (Johanna Ebner)
  • Spencer Cahill to Edit Social Psychology Quarterly (Michael Flaherty)
  • Sociologists Receive Fulbright Awards
  • 2003 Major ASA Award Winners
  • Public Forum: Researchers Challenge California Initiative to Ban Racial Data (Andrew L. Barlow and Troy Duster)
  • Sociologists Remember William J. Goode
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Albert Biderman, Nati Cohen, Sandra S. Tangri
  • Obituaries: Wilbur B. Brookover, Donna K. Darden, Stanford M. Lyman, Dorothy Nelkin, Edward Louis Rose, Carl H. Simpson
  • Call for Nominations for ASA Offices
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  • Many Changes Evident Since Sociologists Last Converged in Atlanta (Johanna Ebner)
  • Profile of the President (Jeff Byles)
  • Lewis Coser Remembered (Andrew Perrin)
  • Vantage Point: NIH Peer Review Survives Political Challenge-for Now (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Sociologists Receive Prestigious Fulbright Awards
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Suggestions are Invited for the 2005 Annual Meeting Program
  • ASA Award Recipients Honored in Atlanta
  • Public Sociology: Sociology Needs a Public (Frances Fox Piven)
  • Job Openings in Sociology: What is in Demand? (Patricia Drentea and Juan Xi)
  • New Resource for Research and Teaching: Child Trends DataBank (Brett Brown and Berkeley Smith)
  • Last-minute Legislating in the Senate (Susan Halebsky-Dimock)
  • Sociologist Redefines Cost of Alzheimer's Disease
  • Minority Fellowship Program Announces New Fellows (Mercedes Rubio)
  • Sociologists Remember Lewis Coser
  • Special Public Forum: ASA Member Resolution on the Iraq War; Response to Criticisms (Judith R. Blau); Professional Objectivity (Dick Flacks); Democratic Impulse (Philip B. Gonzales); Idols of the Tribe (Thomas Cushman); Dissent (Joan Huber); Code of Ethics (James Tucker)
  • Public Forum: Doing "Racial" Research: A Dissent (Yehudi Webster); Reply to Webster: The Serious Consequences of Banning Racial Data (Andrew L. Barlow)
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Deborah Franzman, Rob E. Kling, Joseph H. Meyerowitz, Msgr. Philip J. Murnion, Ashakant Nimbark, Ruth Useem, Kurt Wolff
  • Obituaries: Albert D. Biderman, Elizabeth Anne Czepiel, John T. Flint, Butler A. Jones, Carl B. Klockars, Ruth C. Shaffer, Robert Neal Wilson, Bette Woody
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: Minutes of the Meeting of the ASA Council March 31, 2003
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  • 2004 Annual Meeting: Public Sociologies: Public Sociology and the UC's Institute on Labor and Employment (Sarah Anne Minkin)
  • Sociologists are Appointed Sage Fellows
  • Are Sociology Programs Downsizing? (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • Vantage Point: The NIH Roadmap: Path to Better Health Research? (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Will Tobacco Ever Be Regulated? (Susan Helebsky Dimock)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • David Mechanic to Receive Rema Lapouse Award (Anthony C. Kouzis)
  • Sociologists Inducted as AAPSS Fellows (Johanna Ebner)
  • Mathematical Sociologist's Angle on Income Makes Its Mark in Inequality Modeling (Lee Herring)
  • Council Briefs
  • Sociology of Education Section's Professional Workshop for Young Scholars (Amy G. Langenkamp)
  • Public Sociology: How Theory Travels: A Most Public Public Sociology (Diane Vaughan)
  • Community in History: Levittown and the Decline of a Postwar American Dream (Chad M. Kimmel)
  • "Congratulations!" to the 2003 ASA Section Award Winners
  • 2004 Coupon Listing
  • Departments
  • Obituaries: Harold Taylor Christensen, James Copp, Kurt H.Wolff
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  • ASA Congressional Briefing Examines Policy Implications Regarding Disasters (Lee Herring)
  • Slate of Candidates for the 2004 ASA Election
  • 2004 Annual Meeting: Public Sociologies: Still Booming: Prisons in California (Megan L. Comfort)
  • Vantage Point: Membership as a Public Good (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • 2004 Democratic Presidential Candidates Use Sociologist's Research Findings in Speeches and Debates (Johanna Ebner)
  • NSF Director is Receptive to Warnings About the Context of Federal Science Support (Lee Herring)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • NSF Workshop Targets Improving Social Science Education (Caroline Hodges Persell)
  • Sociologist Provides Briefing at the United Nations
  • Community Reinvestment: Connecting Sociological Findings to Advocacy (Torrey S. Androski)
  • Streetwise ASA Minority Fellow Tackles Gang Violence
  • Spotlight on Departments: Expanding Understanding: University of Idaho's Certificate in Diversity and Stratification (Jean Beaman)
  • Public Sociology: A Labor of Love: Empirical Empowerment for Unions (Arthur B. Shostak)
  • Advancing the Discipline Through ASA-NSF Small Grants
  • The "Core Influence" of Journals in Sociology Revisited (Michael Patrick Allen)
  • Sociology in Cuba (Orlando Rodriguez)
  • Learning from the Cuban Health Care Paradox (Mercedes Rubio)
  • Disaster Research Center Celebrates 40th Anniversary
  • Public Forum: The End of Admissions Affirmative Action (Charles V. Willie); Renewing Graduate Programs, Overcoming Routinization (Thomas J. Scheff); A More Public Sociology (Paul Lachelier)
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Sue Dynes, Ruth Simms Hamilton
  • Obituaries: Richard Harvey Brown, Ashakant Nimbark, Steven Philip, Schacht, Ruth Hill Useem
  • Got Something to Include in the 2004 ASA Annual Meeting? Meeting Space for Other Activities
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