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  • 1998 Annual Meeting: California Lessons Outside the Annual Meeting (Tracie Danforth)
  • New PhDs to Receive Employment Survey
  • American Sociological Review and Contemporary Sociology Back Issues Available in JSTOR
  • Reminder!: February 1 Deadline for ASA Award Nominations
  • The Open Window: ASA, Sections, and the Sum of Our Parts: 2 (Felice J. Levine)
  • Two Sociologists, Roberta Spalter-Roth and John Kennedy, Enrich ASA Executive Office Staff
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Submission Deadline: February 1, 1998: Session Suggestions for the 1999 Annual Meeting
  • Introducing Students to Sociology . . . In Spanish (Carla B. Howery)
  • Appalachian Studies: Exciting Regional Sociology (Carla B. Howery)
  • Fourteen Sociologists Receive 1997-98 Fulbright Awards
  • Community Research Is Where the Action Is
  • February 15, 1998 Deadline: Sydney S. Spivack Program in Applied Social Research and Social Policy
  • February 15, 1998 Deadline: Applications Invited for 1998-99 ASA Congressional Fellowship
  • A Window on Ourselves: An Upcoming Review of the Discipline in Contemporary Sociology (Barbara Risman, Don Tomaskovic-Devey)
  • Seven Receive ASA/National Science Foundation Small Grant Awards
  • Sociologists Differ About Family Textbooks? Message
  • Organization Seeks to Inform Public of Research on Families
  • 1998 Annual Meeting: Honors Program to Celebrate 25th Year in San Francisco
  • ASA Seeks to Expand Data Resources Session
  • 1998 Annual Meeting Information: Call for Papers Update
  • 1998 Annual Meeting: Space for Other Activities
  • National Science Foundation Calls for Planning on Data Infrastructure
  • February 15 Deadline: National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Grants
  • National Science Foundation Position Available: Law and Social Science Program Seeks New Director
  • ASA Hosts Chinese Social Scientists
  • ASA Launches Monograph on Peer Review of Teaching
  • A Celebration of Black Sociological Scholarship
  • International Institute of Sociology Holds 33rd World Congress
  • Obituaries: H. Laurence Ross, Thomas Edward Steahr
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  • 1998 Annual Meeting: Some Features of Changing Demographics in San Francisco (William Edwards)
  • Census Bureau Director Martha Riche Resigns
  • Two Candidates, Earl R. Babbie and Sheldon Stryker, Added to ASA Ballot by Petition
  • The Open Window: "Our" ASA Annual Meeting (Felice J. Levine)
  • Medical Sociology and Gulf War Illness: Ill-Defined Illnesses and Medically Unexplained Symptoms Syndrome (Lois Monteiro)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • International Sociologists Receive Fulbright Awards to U.S.
  • Tenure, Post-Tenure Review, and Faculty Accountability (Shirley Laska)
  • After the Fall: The Growth Rate of Sociology BAs
  • Latest Citation Data Reveal Shifts in Journal Rankings (Steve Vallas)
  • Alpha Kappa Delta Benefits Sociology (Steve Hoffman)
  • Classroom Accessibility for Students with Disabilities (Sharon Barnartt)
  • Sociological Practice Association: Certification Program Provides Credentials for Practicing Sociologists (Ray Kirshak)
  • Public Forum: "Glenn Comments on Family Textbook Rejoinders" (Norval D. Glenn); "Families from the Clinical View" (Frank L. Nelson)
  • Deaths: Hugh J. Parry, Donald P. Warwick
  • Obituaries: G. Franklin Edwards, Daniel B. Glos, Howard N. Boughey
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 1997-98 Council Minutes (August 13-14, 1997)
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  • 1998 Annual Meeting: Lesbigay San Francisco: A Sociological View (Christopher Carrington)
  • Council Adopts New ASA Committee Structure
  • Judy Auerbach Becomes Assistant Director at Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP)
  • The Open Window: Doing the MOST (Felice J. Levine)
  • James Richardson Devotes His Energy to Faculty Governance (Carla B. Howery)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • ASA Election Ballot Coming Soon
  • 1998-99 Candidates Announced for ASA Officers
  • Are Hiring Practices Sensitive to Persons with Disabilties? (Ed Ponczek)
  • Sociological "ACTS" (Association of Christian Teachers of Sociology) (Carla B. Howery)
  • Community Action Research Initiative Grants Awarded
  • Sociologists Active in Organizations to Address Sexual Harrassment
  • Texas A&M Sociologists Funded for Summer Institute (Andrea Lohse)
  • On a "Lost" Article by Donald Campbell, to Reconsider Today (Thomas J. Scheff)
  • Daniel Bell Directs New Committee on Intellectual Correspondence
  • "It's in the American Sociological Review": Inside the Newsroom: How Front Page Stories are Chosen (Glenn Firebaugh)
  • Change Magazine Honors Educators
  • ASA Archives Dedicated at Pennsylvania State University
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: Editors' Reports
  • Deaths: Cornelius Castoriadis, Ida S. Frankel, Jesse J. Frankel, A. Orin Leonard, Glenna Walter Mars, Daniel R. Miller, Julian Simon
  • Obituaries: A.J. Jaffe, Frederick B. Lindstrom, Donald P. Warwick
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  • 1998 Annual Meeting: A Sociologist's View of Stereotypic Images by the Bay (Rhonda Matthews)
  • American Sociological Review Authorship Patterns: Are There Gender Differences? (Susan Singley, Glenn Firebaugh, Anna Chase)
  • Kellogg Foundation Funds ASA Race Project
  • The Open Window: Advancing Social and Behavioral Perspectives on Health (Felice J. Levine)
  • Public Affairs Update: "Dear Colleague": How Congress Members Informally Communicate with Each Other (Lois Monteiro); Susan Rachel Gragg Selected New ASA Congressional Fellow
  • Radio as a Sound Salvation: Sociologists Lend Their Voices to the Airwaves (Steve Hoffman)
  • Sarah Eichberg is Second ASA-American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Media Fellow
  • Public Forum: "More on the 1996 Journal Citation Reports" (Steven Vallas); "Real Shifts of Random Shocks" Using the "Impact Factor" to Measure Journal Rankings? (Lowell Hargens); "Twenty-Seven of the Top 15 Journals in Sociology: A Comment" (John Mirowsky)
  • Deaths: Robert E.L. Faris, Dale M. Frihart, Tshuyoshi Ishida, Marvin Walker
  • Obituaries: Russell Barta, Howard N. Boughey, Corneilius Castoriadis, Narendra Nath Kalia, Jaya Sastry, Dan Lee Tweed
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: Editors' Reports
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  • 1998 Annual Meeting: Of Microchips and Multiculturalism: Notes from Northern California (Karen Hossfeld)
  • Working Conference Spurs Race Initiative (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • Ed Murguia Tapped for the Minority Affairs Program (MAP)
  • The Open Window: Reinventing Undergraduate Education - ASA Anticipates the Call (Felice J. Levine)
  • Census Bureau Developing American Community Survey
  • Public Affairs Update
  • The Same Old Publishing Crisis or a New One? (Wendy Griswold)
  • ASA Small Grants for Innovative Research and Teaching
  • "It's in the American Sociological Review": How Much Does Poverty Affect the Life Chances of Children? (Glenn Firebaugh)
  • This June in Journal of Health and Social Behavior (John Mirowsky)
  • Incorporating Disability Studies in Sociology Courses (Lynn Schlesinger, Diane E. Taub)
  • An Invitation for Sociologists to Contribute to HIV Prevention Efforts (Duane Wilkerson)
  • Letters to the Editor: "ASA Committee Reorganization" (Dan Clawson); "Taking Issue with Association of Christian Teaches of Sociology (ACTS)" (Lee Martin); "A Final Word from the Institute for American Values" (David Blankenhorn)
  • 1998 Annual Meeting: Go West, All Sociologists, Go West!
  • Robert E. Lee Faris and the Discipline of Sociology
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 1997-98 Council Minutes (January 24, 1998)
  • Deaths: Thomas Eynon, Walter T. James, Walter B. Valtzen, Marvin E. Wolfgang, John Davis Wright
  • Obituaries: Dale Frihart, Bruce D. Waxman
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  • 1998 Annual Meeting: California Here We Come!
  • San Francisco Mayor to Address ASA
  • Joe R. Feagin Elected ASA President; Nan Lin Is Vice President
  • ASA Announces 1998 Award Winners: Douglas Guthrie, Dissertation Award; Ruth Wallace, Jessie Bernard Award; Howard Taylor, DuBois-Johnson-Frazier Award; William Julius Wilson, Award for Public Understanding of Sociology; Leonard Pearlin, Distinguished Career Award for the Practice of Sociology; Sociology Major Program, Department of Anthropology and Sociology, Santa Clara University, Distinguished Contributions to Teaching Award; John Markoff for Abolition of Feudalism: Peasants, Lords and Legislators in the French Revolution, Distinguished Scholarly Publication Award; Howard S. Becker, Career of Distinguished Scholarship Award
  • The Open Window: ASA as Publisher (Felice J. Levine)
  • ASA Holds Hill Briefing on Immigration (Carla B. Howery)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Sociologists Profiled at Hill Exhibits
  • The Importance of MA-Only Departments in Graduate Education  (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • Minority Fellows Meet for Grant Workshop (Ed Murguia)
  • Bringing Qualitative Sociology to a School of Education (D.R. LaMagdeleine)
  • Eight of Nine By-Law Changes Approved
  • Silvia Pedraza's Cuba: Past but Never Present (Carla B. Howery)
  • Improving Research by Asserting Access (Corinne Kirchner)
  • Letters to the Editor: "The Wrong Basis for Endorsement?" (David Lempert); "Integrating Faith and Sociology" (Jack B. Monpas-Huber); More on the Association of Christian Teachers of Sociology (ACTS)  (C. Emory Burton)
  • Sociologists Driving on the Technological Highway (Tracie Danforth)
  • Light Directs National Health Service Project
  • Congressional Fellow Report: Demographics and Sacred Ground (Lois Monteiro)
  • Follow Up . . .
  • New Section on Consumers and Consumption
  • Deaths: Alfred A. Clarke, Jr., Jeanine H. Gavin, Mancur Olson, C. Wilson Record, Dallas J. Reed
  • Obituaries: Thomas G. Eynon, Derek Godfrey Gill, Kenneth J. Lenihan, Nathan Pitts, Marvin E. Wolfgang, Carolyn Zeleney
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  • Council Approves New "Perspectives" Journal
  • 1998 Annual Meeting: Setting Records in San Francisco
  • Major Award Recipients Honored in San Francisco (see July/August for list of winners)
  • The Open Window: Affirmative Action. . . Bringing Social Science to Bear (Felice J. Levine)
  • Suggestions Solicited for 2000 Annual Meeting Program
  • 2000 Annual Meeting Theme: Oppression, Domination, and Liberation: Challenges for the 21st Century.
  • Public Affiars Update
  • Integrating Qualitative and Quantitative Research at the World Bank.
  • Profile of the ASA President: Alejandro Portes' Sociological Journey (Viviana A. Zelizer)
  • The 1997 ASA Audit: A Sound Financial Picture at ASA
  • Deaths: Wendell Reese Brown, Solomon Davis, Christen T. Jonasses, Rev. Bonaventure Kiley, John Patrick Smith
  • Obituaries: Ann Hill Beuf, Louisa Howe, Marvin R. Koller, Cy Wilson Record, Cristina Maria Riegos, Mary Bess Cameron
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  • ASA Office to Relocate
  • Council Advances Restructuring from Annual Meeting Discussions
  • Ford Foundation Awards $485,000 More for MOST
  • Nominations Sought for 1999 Major ASA Awards
  • The Open Window: Reorganizing National Institutes of Health Peer Review for Social and Behavioral Science (Felice J. Levine)
  • Congressional Fellow's Report: Veterans Losing in the Tobacco Wars
        (Lois Monteiro)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • January 15, 1999 Deadline: National Science Foundation Program Welcomes Submissions
  • March 1, 1999 Deadline Expected: Enhancing Infrastructure for the Social and Behavioral Sciences: NSF Call for Proposals
  • The ASA Honors Program: Engaging Students at the Annual Meeting 26 Years and Running
  • New ASA Student Forum Promotes Future Sociologists
  • ASA Welcomes Students to the 1999 Annual Meeting
  • December 31, 1998 Deadline: Applications for Minority fellowship Program Invited
  • Minority Fellowship Program Announces New Fellows
  • Like Phoenix from the Ashes: Cuban Sociology is Back (Alejandro Portes)
  • Spotlight on Departments: Seven in One Go! (David J. Pratto)
  • Sociology Holds its Own in Climate of Retrenchment and Restructuring
  • "It's in the American Sociological Review. . .": Cars, Carpets, and Transports (Glenn Firebaugh)
  • Datasets for Exploring Aspects of Disability (Eric L. Lang)
  • Congratulations to 1998 ASA Section Award Winners!
  • Deaths: John Wardwell
  • Obituaries: Robert Bierstedt, Solomon Davis, Harriet Holter, Adam Podgórecki, Dietrich C. Reitzes
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  • Candidates for ASA Offices, Council, Committees
  • Minority Fellowship Program Celebrates 25th Anniversary (Edward Murguia)
  • Consortium of Social Science Associations (COSSA) Annual Meeting Highlights Key Science Agencies and Issues
  • The Open Window: The Decade of Behavior: Coming Soon! (Felice J. Levine)
  • Sociology Faculty Salaries Grow During the 1980s and Stabilize in the 1990s (Roberta Spalter-Roth, Andrew Sutter)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • ASA Council Terminates Certification Program (John Kennedy)
  • Social Sciences Teaching Resources Depository (Nan Chico, Ed Nelson, Elizabeth Nelson, Jim Ross)
  • Spotlight on Departments: University of California-Los Angeles Sociology Department Awarded Center on Culture
  • "It's in the American Sociological Review": What Separation Between Church and State? (Anna Chase, Glenn Firebaugh)
  • Sociology One Focus for Carnegie Academy
  • National Research Council Fellowships
  • Letters to the Editor: "On Affirmative Action" (William J. Tinney, Jr.);  "News About My Discipline?" (Irwin Deutscher)
  • Sociologists Named Russell Sage Foundation Visiting Scholars
  • The Campus Compact: A Resource for Sociology and Service-Learning (Sandra Enos)
  • Sheldon Ekland-Olson Named New University of Texas-Austin Provost
  • Call for 1999 ASA Section Award Nominations
  • Obituaries: W.W. "Sandy" Charters, David Cooperman, Galina Starovoitova, Christen Tonnes Jonassen, Robert Parke, Jr., Hélcio Ulhôa Saraiva
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