May-June 2008 Issue • Volume 36 • Issue 5

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Task Force on Teaching Ethics
Seeks Case Studies

The ASA Task Force on Teaching Ethics throughout the Sociology Curriculum is compiling a collection of case studies to be used in a variety of courses. These will be available for access online. In this respect, we would be delighted to receive additional case studies. Cases may be real or fictional, but real cases should use fictitious names. It would be useful if the courses that the case(s) would be appropriate for could be identified and if some discussion questions could be provided for class use. All submissions should be emailed to Earl Babbie at

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“Worlds of Work: Communication and Information Technologies”

Communication and Information Technologies Section of the American Sociological Association (CITASA) July 31, 2008 Boston, MA Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sidney-Pacific Graduate Community Building 70 Pacific Street Cambridge, MA 02139

The CITASA pre-conference and graduate student workshop is open to members of CITASA, the ASA, and the general public. This year’s pre-conference builds on the “Worlds of Work” theme of the 103rd Annual Meeting of the ASA. A detailed program including paper abstracts can be found at

Department Resources Group


Contact: ASA Academic and Professional Affairs Program (202) 383-9005 x323 or

Journals in Transition

New Submission Address


Contemporary Sociology: As of August 1, 2008, all books, reviews,
and correspondence should be sent to the new editor, Alan Sica,
Department of Sociology, Pennsylvania State University, 211 Oswald Tower,
University Park, PA 16802;


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