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1996




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  • Key National Science Foundation Board Approves New Violence Consortium
  • The Curtain is Up! Welcome to the ASA Home Page (Phoebe H. Stevenson)
  • 1996 Annual Meeting: Sociologists: Eyes Open for Trends in New York City (Andrew A. Beveridge)
  • The Open Window: Immigration Reform Threatens U.S. Research (Felice J. Levine)
  • National Science Foundation Holds Conference on Women and Science
  • ASA Invited to Serve on Census 2000 Committee
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Mark Your Calendars for 1996 Spring Regional Meetings
  • Remembering the ASA MOST Program 1995 Summer Institutes
  • Public Forum: "Getting on a Reporter's Rolodex" (Paul Luebke); "A Sociological Tale of Close Encounters with Political Assassination Events" (Nachman Ben-Yehuda)
  • Teaching Materials Sought for New ASA Products
  • 1996 Annual Meeting: Seeking Meeting Space? Here Are the Guidelines
  • More Section Awards from ASA's 1995 Annual Meeting
  • ASA MOST Student Named Rhodes Scholar
  • National Institute of Mental Health Announces Award for Minority Faculty
  • Deadlines Near for Spivack Initiatives: Applications Sought for ASA Congressional Fellowship
  • Deaths: John P. Clark, Rodney Riffel, Richard Schoenherr, Morris S. Schwartz
  • Obituaries: Harry A. Scarr, Clyde W. Franklin II, William H. Harlan, Sherman L. Ricards
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  • National Institutes of Health Official Emphasizes Social Factors (Norman B. Anderson)
  • ASA Report on Violence Calls for Enhanced Research Investment
  • New York City Schools Stir Sociological Imagination (Peter W. Cookson, Jr.)
  • The Open Window: Our Favorite Spring Ritual (Felice J. Levine)
  • ASA Participates in Drug Abuse Conference
  • Military Research Center Established at Maryland
  • Public Affairs Update
  • National Science Foundation Seeks Visiting Scientist for Statistics Program Director
  • Ranking Sociology Departments: A Different Perspective (Yoshinori Kamo)
  • Beyond the Vitae: Finding Candidates Who Can Teach (Carla B. Howery)
  • ASA Addresses Hate Crimes
  • Deaths: James Greenley, Martin U. Martel, Darwin D. Solomon
  • Obituaries: John P. Clark, Joseph Cohen, Rodney W. Riffel
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: Council Minutes 1995-96 Council (August 23, 1995)
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  • ASA Council Proposes New Dues Structure (Teresa A. Sullivan)
  • ASA Sponsors Hill Briefing on "Transforming the Economy"
  • 1996 Annual Meeting: Stroll the Upper East Side for Lifestyles of the Elite (Andrew A. Beveridge)
  • The Open Window: Diversity?  Core to the Discipline (Felice J. Levine)
  • Sociology of Education Moves Forward with Editor Pam Walters (Bernice A. Pescosolido, J. Scott Long)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • ASA Candidates for President and Vice President-Elect
  • Updating U.S. Copyright Laws: What Lies Ahead (John Hammer)
  • Public Forum: "In Canada, Separate Sociologies Living Parallel Lives" (Paul Bernard); "In Response to Horowitz" (H. Yuan Tien)
  • Colleagues Remember Ernest Boyer as Leader in Practice and Study of Higher Education
  • Purdue Creates Professorship in Honor of Sociologist
  • ASA Announces Winners of Small Grants Program
  • Council Appoints New Editors for ASA Publications: American Scoiological Review (Glenn Firebaugh); Rose Series (George Farkas); Social Psychology Quarterly (Linda Molm and Lynn-Smith Lovin); Teaching Sociology (Jeffrey Chin)
  • 1996 Annual Meeting: When in New York, Try the Jamaican Meat Pies (Judith Lorber)
  • Ten Receive Fund for Advancement of the Discipline Awards
  • New Proposals Due June 15: ASA Seeks Proposals for Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline (FAD) Awards
  • The ASA Starts Operating . . . Electronically! (Barry Wellman)
  • Deaths: John H. Scalf, Richard A. Schoenherr
  • Obituaries: Howard Higman, Martin U. Martel, Bernard Rosenberg
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  • 1996 Annual Meeting: New York 101? Start on the Lower East Side! (Janet Abu-Lughod)
  • ASA on Capitol Hill
  • For Contemporary Sociology, These are Books That Made a Difference (Dan Clawson)
  • The Most Influential Books of the Past 25 Years
  • The Open Window: The Complementarity of Solid Science and Sound Policy (Felice J. Levine)
  • Sociologists Speak to Policy-Makers on Family Issues
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Sociologist Steve Crawford Wins Primary
  • National Science Foundation Sponsors Education Workshop
  • National Institutes of Health Releases New Report on Status of AIDS Research
  • Proposals Sought:  June 15 Deadline: ASA/National Science Foundation Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline
  • Deaths: Ariel S. Baliff, Pat N. Lackey
  • Obituaries: John Adam Clausen, Ruth Miller, Richard A. Schoenherr, Morris S. Schwartz
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: Editors' Reports
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  • 1996 Annual Meeting: Look to NYC for the Truly Great Convention!
  • American Sociological Review Features Debate Over Divorce Data
  • Sociology Job Seekers: The American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) Wants You! (Dan Clawson)
  • ASA's Felice J. Levine Testifies for Social and Behavioral Research
  • The Open Window: Advocating Support for National Science Foundation Social Science
  • Contact Your Senators Now!: Defeat H.R. 1271
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Felice J. Levine Urges Funding for Research at Justice Department
  • At the 1996 Annual Meeting: A City of High Fashion Awaits (Ruth P. Rubinstein)
  • Sociology and Education at ASA's 1996 Annual Meeting
  • ASA Announces Major Award Winners
  • New ASA Editors: Profiles, Missions, and Goals: "George Farkas Brings Energy, Enthusiasm, Commitment to Rose Series" (Paula England); "Re-Establishing the ASA Rose Series (George Farkas); "Glenn Firebaugh: The Right Choice to Lead American Sociological Review" (Barrett A. Lee); "Nothing But the Best Is Good Enough for American Sociological Review" (Glenn Firebaugh)
  • Melvin Oliver Tapped as Vice President at Ford Foundation
  • Marta Tienda Elected Trustee to Carnegie Corporation
  • Section on Sexualities Proposed (Gilbert Zicklin, Steven Seidman)
  • Deaths: Harsja Wardhana Bachtiar, Earl W. Crichlow, Mylthili Haq
  • Obituaries: Clarence Elmer Glick, Scott Greer, Solomon Kobrin, James Andrew Palmore, Jr.
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  • 1996 Annual Meeting: Start packing and Oh, yes, Remember the Plenaries!
  • 1996 Annual Meeting: Art in New York City: It's a World Without Limits (Vera L. Zolberg)
  • Jill Quadagno Elected President; Cora Bagley Marrett is Vice President
  • The Open Window: Connecting with Sociology in Community Colleges (Felice J. Levine)
  • ASA Opposes H.R. 1271 at Senate Staff and press Briefing
  • ASA Members Endorse New Dues Structure
  • Public Affairs Update: The ASA MOST Program: Achievements and Opportunities (Havidan Rodriguez)
  • Section on the History of Sociology Is Proposed
  • Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) Summer Program Gets Underway
  • Linda Molm and Lynn Smith-Lovin to Edit Social Psychology Quarterly (Paula England, Dave Snow)
  • Jeffrey Chin Takes Over as New Teaching Sociology Editor (Robert F. Kelly)
  • Hot Off the Press: Revised Draft of ASA Code of Ethics (John Kennedy)
  • Public Forum: "Learning to Labour" (Richard Lachmann); "What's Missing" (Jerry A Jacobs); "The SPSS Manual" (Barry Wellman); "We Need More Lists" (Herbert J. Gans); "Habits of the Heart" (Douglas Snider); "More Suggestions" (Steve Derne); "Who Counts" (Maurice Zeitlin); "How Many is Enough?" (William G. Rothstein)
  • Honors Program Announces Recipients for 1996
  • Matilda White Riley Honored at Bowdoin College Ceremony
  • Friends and Colleagues Say Thanks to Butler Jones
  • Guggenheim Taps Two Sociologists
  • On the Hill With an ASA Congressional Fellow (Richard Gelles)
  • American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Picks Travel Grant Winners
  • ASA Spivack Program Awards Community Action Fellowships
  • Educational Testing Service Revises Sociology Subject Test
  • Sociology Students Win 1996 Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Grants
  • Congratulations to Departmental Prize for Outstanding Sociology Students Winners
  • Obituaries: Inge Bell
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 1995-96 Council Minutes (January 28-29, 1996)
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  • 1996 Annual Meeting: "Quite Simply . . . One of the Best in ASA History"
  • New ASA President Neil J. Smelser: A Bridge-Builder Par Excellence (Ruth A. Wallace)
  • Donna Shalala Defends Welfare Bill
  • The Open Window: Training the Next Generation in Sociology (Felice J. Levine)
  • Federal AIDS Panel Prioritizes Research Issues (Samuel R. Friedman)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Anne Petersen Says Farewell to National Science Foundation
  • Major ASA Award Recipients Honored in New York
  • ASA, Boyd Printing Company Celebrate 45-Year Partnership
  • Juan Somavia Addresses Peace and War Reception
  • Snapshots of the 1996 ASA Annual Meeting
  • RU-486: Where Science and Ideology Cross Lines (Harriet B. Presser)
  • Spivack Program Looks at Key Policy Issues: Report on Affirmative Action Due; Workshop on School Violence Held
  • National Institute of Mental Health: Office on AIDS
  • Minority Fellowship Program Invites 1996-97 Applications
  • National Science Foundation Funding Deadlines Near
  • Suggestions Solicited for 1998 Annual Meeting Program
  • 1998 Annual Meeting Theme: Inequality and Social Policy: A Challenge for Sociology
  • Nora Jacobson Selected as ASA Congressional Fellow
  • Next Deadline December 15: Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline (FAD) Grant Winners Announced
  • Deaths: E. Digby Baltzell, Robert A. Nisbet, Anthony Soto, Anselm Strauss
  • Obituaries: Panos D. Bardis, Nicholas J. Demerath, George A. Hillery, Jr., Ernest Mandel, Jiri Nehnevajsa, William S. Robinson, Julian
        Samora, William Spinrad
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  • Fondly, Sociologists Remember Jessie Bernard
  • Sociology Alive and Well at National Institutes of Health: The Work of National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA): What Every Sociologist Should Know (Jan Howard); Norman Anderson Reflects on the Challenges at the Office of Behavioral and Social Science Research (OBSSR)
  • The Open Window: Support for Sampling in Census 2000 (Felice J. Levine)
  • Bill Clinton's Reading Proposal Draws from Work of Texas Sociologist
  • Public Affairs Update
  • ASA's Felice J. Levine to Chair Consortium of Social Science Associations (COSSA) Executive Committee
  • Congratulations to ASA Section Award Winners!
  • Sociologist Inaugurated as Elizabethtown College President
  • ASA Committee on Public Information Seeks Nomination for Award for the Public Understanding of Sociology
  • National Level Certifications Available to Sociologists
  • Public Forum (Fred Hoffman)
  • Committee Releases Report on Teacher Training (William G. Roy)
  • Graduate Education Committee Explores New Opportunities (Carla B.
        Howery)
  • Fred S. Halley Awarded ASA-EDUCOM Medal
  • ASA's On-Line Employment Bulletin Attracts Widespread Attention
  • Making a Difference Throught the Minority Fellowship program (MFP): MFP Donations of All Sizes Are Encouraged; Minority Fellowship Program Announces 1996-97 Fellows
  • Department Visits and Reviews Strengthen Sociology
  • Melivin L. Oliver and Thomas M. Shapiro Win C. Wright Mills Award
  • 1997 Regional Meeting Schedule
  • Deaths: Alicja Iwanska, Bernard Goldstein
  • Obituaries: E. Digby Baltzell, Jessie Bernard, Robert Nisbet, Marie Withers Osmond
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 1995-96 Council Minutes (August 19, 1996)
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  • ASA Signs Publication Agreements: Russell Sage Agrees to Publish ASA Rose Series; ASA Journals to be Stored Electronically
  • Candidates Announced for 1997-98 ASA Offices
  • The Open Window: Sociology in the Media (Felice J. Levine)
  • ASA Receives Grant for Graduate Employment Study
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Call for Nominations for 1997 ASA Awards
  • Sociology Still Central to National Institute on Aging Research Mission (Ronald P. Abeles)
  • In Honor of Robin M. Williams, Jr.: Symposium on Diversity Held at Cornell University (Michael Macy)
  • Call for Nominations for 1997 ASA Section Awards
  • Deaths: Richard E. Martin, Steve Vieux
  • Obituaries: T. Stanton Dietrich, Bernard Goldstein, Albert Lewis Rhodes
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