American Sociological Association

Videos and Webinars

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ASA is committed to providing professional development to our members. Members are invited to log in to the Videos and Webinar Archive to access:

Careers for Sociologists in Practice Settings (video series)

This nine-part video series provides knowledge and advice about how to search for jobs in practice settings, apply for these jobs, navigate the hiring process, and understand workplace culture. The videos include practical information like how to convert a CV into a resume, how to prepare for a job interview, and how to negotiate a compensation package. The series also includes profiles of sociologists working in applied careers. Click here to watch the introductory video for the series.

Academic Publishing (video series)

Learn what you need to know to succeed in academic publishing. In this series of 10 videos, sociologist Claire Renzetti, Professor of Sociology at University of Kentucky and former chair of the ASA Committee on Publications, will tell you how to prepare your manuscript, choose a journal, deal with R&Rs and rejections, and turn your dissertation into a book, among several other topics. Professor Renzetti will give you the knowledge -- and confidence -- to succeed in academic publishing.

Working with the Media (video series)

This five-part series will help you share your research with the media. Viewers will learn strategies to feel comfortable and competent at communicating their work and ideas to non-academic audiences through the media. The series provides information on message, audience, and the rules of media. 

Webinar Recordings

Members can also view recordings of past member webinars, including strategies for integrating climate change into intro to sociology courses; making the most of the Annual Meeting; and pursuing diverse careers in higher education. For information on upcoming webinars, visit the ASA Store.


Here is an example of one of our member webinars, recorded in December 2019, "Flexible Coding: A 21st Century Approach to Coding Interview Data" with Nicole Deterding.