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  1. Youth Who Experience Violent Victimization Seek Intimate Relationships at an Earlier Age

    A new American Sociological Review study has found that experiencing violence as an adolescent leads to early romantic relationships and cohabitating. On average, they found that victimized youth entered romantic relationships nine months earlier than non-victimized youth.

    “Overall, we find that victims begin dating sooner and progress more quickly from dating to first unions than do non-victims,” the researchers report in their article.

  2. Section on Human Rights Award Recipients

    Section on Human Rights Best Graduate Student Paper Award 

    2017: Kristopher Velasco, “Human Rights INGOs, and LGBT Policy Diffusion, 1991 – 2015” by Kristopher Velasco

    2016: Roberts, Louisa.”Changing Global Attitudes Toward Homosexuality: The Influence of Global and Region Specific Cultures.” 1981-2012.

    2015: Marie Berry. “When ‘Bright Futures’ Fade: Paradoxes of Women’s Empowerment in Rwanda.”

    2014: Hassan El Menyawi, New York University, "The Great Reversal."

  3. Section on the Sociology of Law Award Recipients

    Section on the Sociology of Law Distinguished Book Award

    Year

    Name

    Affiliation at Time of Award

    Title

    2017 Lauren Edelman  

    Working Law:  Courts, Corporations, and Symbolic Civil Rights (University of Chicago Press, 2016).

  4. Section on the Sociology of Mental Health Past Award Recipients

    Leonard I. Pearlin Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Sociological Study of Mental Health

    Year

    Name

    Affiliation at Time of Award

    2017

    David Williams

    Harvard University
    2016 Debra Umberson University of Texas at Austin

    2015

    David Takeuchi

  5. Population Section Awards Recipients History

    Sociology of Population's Otis Dudley Duncan Award

    Year

    Name

    Affiliation at Time of Award

    Other/Title

    2017

    Filiz Garip

     

    On the Move: Changing Mechanisms of Mexico-US Migration. Princeton University Press, 2016.

  6. Section on the Soicology of Sexualities Award Recipients

    Section on the Sociology of Sexualities Best Graduate Student Paper Award

    Year Name Affiliation Title
    2017

    Jody Ahlm

     

    “Respectable Promiscuity: Digital Cruising in an Era of Queer Liberalism”

    2016 Sarah A. Miller  

    “How You Bully a Girl”: Sexual Drama and the Negotiation of Gendered Sexuality in High School.”

  7. Social Psychology Past Award Recipients

    The Section on Social Psychology's Cooley-Mead Award

    The Cooley-Mead Award for Distinguished Scholarship was established in 1978.

    Year

    Name

    Affiliation at Time of Award

    2017

    Jane Sell

    Texas A&M University
    2016 Carmi Schooler

     

    2015

    Murray Webster

  8. Teaching and Learning Section Awards Recipients History

    The Section on Teaching and Learning's Hans O. Mauksch Award

    This Award was established in 1979 as the Contributions to Teaching Award, this award was named for Hans O. Mauksch in 1982.

    Year

    Name

    Affiliation at time of award

    Other

    2017

    Meg Wilkes Karraker

    University of St. Thomas

  9. Theory Section Awards Recipients History

    The Theory Section's Theory Prize

    The Theory Prize was first awarded in 1980.

    Year

    Name

    Affiliation at Time of Award

    Title

    2017

    Gabriel Abend