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  1. Footnotes - 2016 January

    Footnotes - 2016 January
  2. Footnotes - 2016 March-April

    Footnotes - 2016 March-April
  3. Footnotes - 2016 February

    Footnotes - 2016 February
  4. Footnotes - 2016 May-June

    Footnotes - 2016 May-June
  5. Evolution, Biology and Society

    The section on Evolution, Biology and Society is designed to improve dialogue between sociology and the biological sciences. Of particular concern is the interaction between material and social environments with biological processes and evolved predispositions common to all humans. The section creates a community of scholars within sociology who can critique and develop new research in the area.

  6. Footnotes - 2016 July/August

    Footnotes - 2016 July/August
  7. History of Sociology


    The purpose of the Section on the History of Sociology is to provide a forum for sociologists and other scholars interested in the study of the historically specific processes shaping the development of sociology as a profession, an academic discipline, an organization, a community, and an intellectual endeavor. The Section serves its members as a structure

  8. Community and Urban Sociology

    Community and Urban Sociology
  9. Footnotes - 2016 September/October

    Footnotes - 2016 September/October
  10. Annual Meeting 2016

    Washington State Convention Center and Sheraton Seattle Hotel

    The Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association provides the opportunity for professionals involved in the scientific study of society to share knowledge and new directions in research and practice. Nearly 600 program sessions are convened during the four-day meeting held every August to provide participation venues and networking outlets for nearly 3,000 research papers and over 4,600 presenters.