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  1. ASA Staff Directory

    CONTACT ASA

    General Inquiries: ASA@asanet.org or (202) 383-9005

    Annual Meeting
    meetings@asanet.org

    Communications
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  2. Minority Fellowship Program - Eligibility

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    Deadline:  January 31

    Materials must be submitted online by January 31.

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  3. Call for Papers: Special Issue of JWSR

    Journal of World-Systems Research invites manuscripts for a special issue on "Capitalist World Economy in Crisis: Policing, Pacification and Legitimacy" to be edited by Zeynep Gönen and Zhandarka Kurti.

  4. Preliminary Webinar Schedule

    Webinars for Department Affiliates are open to all members of affiliate departments -- faculty, staff, and students. Registration information is sent via email. Not getting it? Contact your chair or rpa@asanet.org.

    What Are You Going to Do With That? A Workshop for Undergraduate Sociology Students on Transitioning to Post-College Life with Dr. Kerry Greer
    Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at 1pm Eastern/10am Pacific

    Understanding Disability in the Classroom
    Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at 3pm Eastern/12pm Pacific

  5. Doctorates Awarded in Sociology

    Notes: Uses the field "Academic Discipline, Detailed (standardized): Sociology" and the NSF population of institutions. This graph includes doctorates awarded in two subfields, sociology and demography/population studies, that cannot be separated in the available data. Values updated January 2020.

  6. Doctorates Awarded in Sociology, by Gender

    Notes: Uses the field "Academic Discipline, Detailed (standardized): Sociology" and the NSF population of institutions. This chart includes doctorates awarded in two subfields, sociology and demography/population studies, that cannot be separated in the available data. Percent calculated for those whose gender is known.

    Last updated January 2020.

  7. Doctorates Awarded in Sociology, by Race or Ethnicity

    Notes: Uses the field "Academic Discipline, Detailed (standardized): Sociology." This chart includes doctorates awarded in two subfields, sociology and demography/population studies, that cannot be separated in the available data. Race or ethnicity in this chart uses the "historical" categories for consistency across years. Categories are mutually exclusive. Percentages calculated based on respondents whose race or ethnicity is known. 

  8. Organizations, Occupations, and Work Award Nominations Calls

    OOW Distinguished Career Award 

    The Distinguished Career Award recognizes and celebrates a career of contributions to the area(s) of organizations, occupations, and/or work. Nominations are judged on the depth and breadth of scholarly impact over an extended time and across multiple projects.

  9. Why Does the Importance of Education for Health Differ across the United States?

    The positive association between educational attainment and adult health (“the gradient”) is stronger in some areas of the United States than in others. Explanations for the geographic pattern have not been rigorously investigated. Grounded in a contextual and life-course perspective, the aim of this study is to assess childhood circumstances (e.g., childhood health, compulsory schooling laws) and adult circumstances (e.g., wealth, lifestyles, economic policies) as potential explanations.