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The Rose Series in Sociology was established in 1967 as the ASA Rose Monograph Series through a bequest to the American Sociological Association from Arnold and Caroline Rose. The Series is currently published for the ASA by the Russell Sage Foundation.
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Sociology has made a mark in elucidating how those on the bottom end of the class hierarchy understand their status, how they make decisions, and how they view others. We have learned about the working poor, domestic servants, factory workers, homeless individuals, and more. We draw attention to the plight and agency of those undermined by the capitalist order or those who fell through the cracks of our economic system and civic sphere.
The American Sociological Association is pleased to announce the 2019 slate of candidates for ASA Officers, Council, Committee on Committees, Committee on Nominations, and Committee on Publications. Ballots for the 2019 ASA election will be distributed to eligible members in April 2019. Ballots will be sent out via email from "Sociological.email@example.com." Please add this e-mail address to the permitted senders list on your spam filter to ensure timely delivery of your ballot. Voting will close at 5 p.m. eastern on Friday, May 31, 2019.
The Section on Inequality, Poverty and Mobility's Outstanding Article Award
Sponsored annually for an article nominated by a Section member and published in the calendar year preceding the ASA annual meetings.
2018: David Brady, Ryna M. Finnigan, and Sabine Hubgen, "Rethinking the Risk of Poverty: A Framework for Analyzing Prevalence and Penalties," American Journal of Sociology 123(3):740-786. 2017.
2019 Employment Fair Employer Registration Now Open
The Employment Fair strives to create an inclusive environment for scholars at all stages of their career to explore current and upcoming employment opportunities in sociology. All institutions with an interest in hiring sociologists are welcome to participate in the 2019 Employment Fair. A current open position is not required to participate.
Dates and Times
Stay tuned for the 2019 - 2020 webinar schedule!
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Exhibitors and Advertisers
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The 2019 ASA Exhibit Hall provides a great opportunity for members and attendees to meet and network with publishers, companies, and organizations showcasing their products and services.