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  1. First-Generation College Status in the ASA Membership

    In response to recent reports about the challenges facing first-generation college students, the ASA began to think about how to address this issue within the discipline of sociology. The ASA Research Department conducted a survey intended to ascertain the extent of first-generation students within the ASA membership. This research brief explores the characteristics of ASA members who were the first generation in their families to attend college.

  2. ASA Vice Presidential Candidates, by Gender and Race/Ethnicity, 1986-2001

    Notes: Regular, emeritus, and lifetime members are eligible for office. Membership proportions are rough estimates from fragmentary data during a time of rapid change.  Percent based on individuals with known demographic data; the N is for gender with fewer cases for race/ethnicity. Nominees tabulated only for years with complete data. Candidates include those by petition

  3. ASA Vice Presidential Candidates, by Gender and Race/Ethnicity, 2002-2016

    Notes: Regular, emeritus, and lifetime members are eligible for office. Membership proportions are means of annual estimates.  Percent based on individuals with known demographic data; the N is for gender with fewer cases for race/ethnicity. Nominees tabulated only for years with complete data. Candidates include those by petition.

  4. ASA Council At-Large Candidates, by Gender and Race/Ethnicity, 1986-2001

    Notes: Regular, emeritus, and lifetime members are eligible for office. Membership proportions are rough estimates from fragmentary data during a time of rapid change.  Percent based on individuals with known demographic data; the N is for gender with fewer cases for race/ethnicity. Nominees tabulated only for years with complete data. Candidates include those by petition

  5. ASA Council At-Large Candidates, by Gender and Race/Ethnicity, 2002-2016

    Notes: Regular, emeritus, and lifetime members are eligible for office. Membership proportions are means of annual estimates.  Percent based on individuals with known demographic data; the N is for gender with fewer cases for race/ethnicity. Nominees tabulated only for years with complete data. Candidates include those by petition.

  6. ASA Presidential Candidates, by Gender and Race/Ethnicity, 1986-2001

    Notes: Regular, emeritus, and lifetime members are eligible for office. Membership proportions are rough estimates from fragmentary data during a time of rapid change.  Percent based on individuals with known demographic data; the N is for gender with fewer cases for race/ethnicity. Nominees tabulated only for years with complete data. Candidates include those by petition

  7. ASA Committee on Committees Candidates, by Gender and Race/Ethnicity, 2002-2016

    Notes: Regular, emeritus, and lifetime members are eligible for office. Membership proportions are means of annual estimates.  Percent based on individuals with known demographic data; the N is for gender with fewer cases for race/ethnicity. Nominees tabulated only for years with complete data. Candidates include those by petition.

  8. ASA Committee on Nominations Candidates, by Gender and Race/Ethnicity, 1986-2001

    Notes: Regular, emeritus, and lifetime members are eligible for office. Membership proportions are rough estimates from fragmentary data during a time of rapid change.  Percent based on individuals with known demographic data; the N is for gender with fewer cases for race/ethnicity. Nominees tabulated only for years with complete data. Candidates include those by petition

  9. ASA Committee on Nominations Candidates, by Gender and Race/Ethnicity, 2002-2016

    Notes: Regular, emeritus, and lifetime members are eligible for office. Membership proportions are means of annual estimates.  Percent based on individuals with known demographic data; the N is for gender with fewer cases for race/ethnicity. Nominees tabulated only for years with complete data. Candidates include those by petition.

  10. ASA Committee on Publications Candidates, by Gender and Race/Ethnicity, 1986-2001

    Notes: Regular, emeritus, and lifetime members are eligible for office. Membership proportions are rough estimates from fragmentary data during a time of rapid change.  Percent based on individuals with known demographic data; the N is for gender with fewer cases for race/ethnicity. Nominees tabulated only for years with complete data. Candidates include those by petition