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  1. Crime, Law, and Deviance

    This website is the section's online source for information and newsletters. The CLD section currently has more than 600 members. We encourage new members to join. We also encourage members to take advantage of our social networking pages by commenting on and liking our Facebook page and mentioning and following our Twitter account

  2. Disability Studies: Book Series

    Research in Social Science and Disability

    Editors: Drs. Barbara Altman and Sharon Barnartt. Research in Social Science and Disability is devoted to the scholarly, social scientific analysis of significant issues in disability.

  3. Disability and Society

    Mission Statement

    The Section aims to strengthen the theoretical and methodological aspects of Disability and Society Studies.

     

    Bylaws

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    American Sociological Association
    Section on Disability and Society
    Copyright 2014

  4. International Disability / Interdisciplinary Studies Programs

    UNITED KINGDOM & IRELAND

    Lancaster University
    Institute of health Research
    M.A./Diploma/Certificate in Health Research by Online Learning with concentration in Disability Studies

  5. Section Bylaws

    BY-LAWS

    SECTION ON SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION

    As amended: 8/1965, 6/1997, 9/2012

    The purpose of the Section on the Sociology of Education is to foster the development of this aspect of sociology and its application through organized meetings, conferences, publication and such other means as are deemed appropriate by the Council of the Section.

  6. About the Section

    The ASA section on Sociology of Education supports a community of scholars who conduct research on many diverse features of contemporary education. Sociologists of education examine the ways in which formal schooling influences individuals and the ways society affects educational institutions. A central concern within this research tradition is the process by which educational systems contribute to or alleviate social inequality in broader society.