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The ASA website is open for 2012 membership enrollments and renewals. Visit www.asanet.org for the latest information regarding member benefits and fees. Members may register for the 2012 annual meeting during the online renewal or enrollment process.
ASA has two member category updates starting with the 2012 membership year.
- New "Unemployed" Membership Category: Given the challenging economic climate, ASA has created a new regular membership category for unemployed sociologists. ASA members who are not employed can join or renew for a reduced annual membership dues of $20. In addition, members in this category will receive significantly reduced journal subscription rates.
- New Benefits for Retired/Emeritus Members: Any member who has retired can now change to emeritus status, eliminating the previous 10-year full membership requirement. In addition, emeritus membership now includes online access to all ASA journals at no charge.
- ASA Express Renewal: This option simplifies online member renewals for the 2012 calendar year. If the contact information and the membership selections remain the same, you may advance to the payment page to complete the 2012 membership renewal. Individuals with lapsed memberships before 2011 will have to use the regular online renewal system.
- Footnotes Change: After considerable feedback from members, ASA has reverted to publishing print copies of the monthly Footnotes newsletter. Starting in January 2012, Footnotes copies will be automatically mailed to members. Members have the ability to "opt-out" of receiving print copies when they renew or join the association. Online issues can be accessed at footnotes.asanet.org. Members may also contact ASA membership at (202) 383-9005 x389 to be added to the online-only subscriber list.
- Membership ID Cards can be printed out as part of the renewal process (or at anytime during the year from the online member menu when you log in). The online ID cards are individualized with member name, ASA ID, and online password. New members may also access a copy of the ASA Code of Ethics online by clicking on the “Ethics” box on the ASA home page.
For complete information on these and other ASA member benefits, visit www.asanet.org/benefits.
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