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  1. Call for Applications: Editor, Society and Mental Health

    ASA Section on the Sociology of Mental Health
    Society & Mental Health

    Call for Editor Applications
    September 2017

  2. The Effects of Gendered Occupational Roles on Men’s and Women’s Workplace Authority

    Research from the American Sociological Review finds gender stereotyping of jobs disadvantages both women and men.

    It’s well established that people associate certain jobs with gender. Firefighters are male and nurses are female, for example. But what if an occupation, because it’s new to society, is viewed as neither male nor female?

  3. Race, Class, and the Framing of Drug Epidemics

    by Rebecca Tiger in the Fall 2017 Contexts

    As America’s opiate epidemic rages on, calls for “treatment not punishment” dominate the national media. The hypocrisy of this response is not lost on a range of commentators: the reported move away from criminalization, they argue, is yet another example of racist drug policy. White people get treatment and poor people of color get punishment. Again.

  4. Krystale Littlejohn Discusses Research Published in JHSB

    In a new podcast, Krystale Littlejohn discusses her article, "Contesting and Differentially Constructing Uncertainty: Negotiations of Contraceptive Use in the Clinical Encounter," co-authored by Katrina Kimport. The article is published in the December 2017 issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

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  5. ISA’s Global Map of Sociologists for Social Inclusion

    The International Sociological Association has developed the "Global Map of Sociologists for Social Inclusion" (GMSSI) to create a global database of sociologists. GMSSI aims to identify, connect, and enable global collaborations in sociology, and support sociologists who encounter multiple barriers, economic and political, which impede participation in global exchanges.

  6. Tania Jenkins Discusses Research Published in JHSB

    In a new podcast, author Tania Jenkins discusses her article, "Dual Autonomies, Divergent Approaches: How Stratification in Medical Education Shapes Approaches to Patient Care." The article is published in the June 2018 issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

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  7. The Struggle to Save Abortion Care

    by Carole Joffe, Summer 2018 Contexts

  8. ASA Statement on Fair Labor Practices

    The American Sociological Association is a professional society of sociologists who meets annually for a conference of more than 5,000 participants.  Our scholarship shows that many workers in the hospitality industry do not earn a living wage. As sociologists, we know the consequences of such inequality are detrimental to the workers themselves as well as our broader communities. We, therefore, express our strong support for fair labor practices and the right of hotel workers to organize.

     

  9. Proposals Invited for Five ASA Journal Editorships

    The ASA Committee on Publications encourages applications for the editorships of Contemporary Sociology, Journal of Health and Social Behavior, Socius, Sociological Methodology, and Teaching Sociology.

    The official terms for the new editors (or co-editors) will begin in January 2020, with the transition starting in summer 2019. Terms are for three years with the possibility of reappointment for for up to an additional two years.

  10. Applications Invited for JHSB Editorship

    Applications are invited for the editorship of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

    The official term for the new editor (or co-editors) will commence in January 2020 (the editorial transition will begin in July 2019) and is for a minimum of three years (until December 2022), with a possible reappointment of up to an additional two years. ASA encourages applications from both sole editors and editorial teams.

    The deadline for applications is April 30, 2019.