Footnotes Index to Articles

1995




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  • Congressional Briefing Highlights Sexual Behavior Survey (Paula Trubisky)
  • Mildred Schwartz Joins National Science Foundation Sociology Program
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Threatened by Deep Budget Cuts or Elimination (Paula Trubisky)
  • Director Search for the National Institutes of Health Office of Behavioral and Social Science Research: End in Sight
  • The Open Window: Scholarship in a World Order (Felice J. Levine)
  • Changes in Peer Review System at National Institutes of Health (Paula Trubisky)
  • ASA Achieves Insurance Coverage for Domestic Partners
  • Consortium of Social Science Associations (COSSA) News: Charles Schultze Named COSSA President; William Julius Wilson, Lois DeFleur Remain on the Board
  • Making the "MOST" of the Summer of 1994 (Felice J. Levine, Ramon Torrecilha): Michigan State University (Maxine Baca Zinn, Katherine O' Sullivan); Texas A&M University (Rogelio Saenz)
  • Mainstreaming Sociology: Strategies for the 21st Century (Executive Board of the North Carolina Sociological Association and Colleagues)
  • New Coalition on Public Understanding of Science (Andrew Sherman)
  • Spring Conference on the Role of Advocacy in the Classroom
  • February and March Deadlines Near: Major Funding Opportunities at National Science Foundation
  • ASA Participates in American Psychological Association Roundtable on Changing Demographics
  • March 15 Deadline: Space for Other Groups at 1995 ASA Annual Meeting
  • Teaching: Melvin Oliver Honored as California's Professor of the Year; University of California-Los Angeles Program for Undergraduates Brings Urban Issues to Classroom and Community Work
  • A Dilemma We Face: Presentation of Self in the Classroom (Ellen Z. Berg)
  • The Declining Influence of Dissertations on Sociological Research (Richard A. Wright, Colette Soma)
  • Writing Tips: Verb Tenses (Karen Feinberg)
  • A Special Thank You to ASA Contributors in 1994
  • Deaths: Leigh Burstein, J. Russell Hale, Paul C. Kochan, Mildred Seltzer, John B. Stephenson, Harrison M. Trice, Irving Kenneth Zola
  • Obituaries: Calvin F. Schmid, Austin Van der Slice
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  • 1995 Annual Meeting: Washington DC: From Bi-Racial City to Multicultural Metropolis (Robert D. Manning)
  • National Science Foundation Announces Violence Research Consortium Funding
  • Conference Examines Implementation of Federal Education Legislation (Carla B. Howery)
  • The Open Window: National Endowment for the Humanities Needs You! Important Support in Peril (Felice J. Levine)
  • Key Figure in National Institutes of Mental Health Minority Fellowship Program Retires: Mary Harper: Sociologist Extraordinaire (Ellen Berg)
  • Sociologists Meet with Bill Clinton, Al Gore
  • National Science Foundation Solicitation for Consortium for Research on Violence
  • My Experience on the Staff of the Entitlement Commission (Jill Quadagno)
  • Call for Best Practices in Graduate Education (Carla B. Howery)
  • William Foote Whyte Autobiography Available
  • ASA Chairlink Keeps Chairs on the Cutting Edge (Janet Mancini Billson)
  • Closing of National Institutes of Mental Health Socio-Environmental Lab on Hold
  • International News and Notes: The European Sociological Association (Robert Millar)
  • Sociologist Fernando Henrique Cardoso New President of Brazil
  • Open Forum: "Comment on the Declining Influence of Dissertations" (Daniel J. Myers); "Concern Over Depiction of Trieste (Andrej Rus, Hajdeja Iglic); "How Useful Is the Graduate Record Examination?" (James W. Loewen)
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 1993-94 Council Minutes (August 8, 1994)
  • Deaths: Thomas A. Bonomo, Tillman Cothran, Pietro Cardinal Pavan, Helen Philips
  • Obituaries: Milton L. Barnett, Philip M. Hauser, Esko Newhill, John B. Stephenson, Harrison Miller Trice, Herman Turk
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  • Sociologists Square Off on The Bell Curve
  • Effort Backed by ASA: House Okays Crime Research
  • The Open Window: Committee on Professional Ethics Working for You! (Felice J. Levine)
  • ASA Convenes Meeting on Christian Right
  • Public Affairs Update
  • ASA Council Adopts Standards for High School Sociology (Carla B. Howery)
  • Council Briefs
  • At ASA's 1995 Annual Meeting in Washington: Doing DC with Children! (Carla B. Howery)
  • Council Okays Modest Hike for Child Care
  • Housing Details Still in the Works
  • Candidates for ASA President and Vice President
  • MOST Program Tackles Transformation Agenda (Carla B. Howery)
  • ASA Develops Directory of Sociologists
  • Judy Auerbach Gets Key National Institutes of Health Job
  • ASA Co-Sponsors Conference on "Role of Advocacy in the Classroom"
  • ASA Council and Committee Chairs, Members for 1995
  • Deaths: Ralph Miliband, Edward Shils
  • Obituaries: Josephine Wtulich Garland, Richard Kolm, Irving Kenneth Zola
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 1994-95 Council Minutes (August 9, 1994)
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  • Sociologist Says Overhaul Unnecessary: ASA Sponsors Congressional Briefing on Social Security
  • House Limits Notification Options for Federally-Funded Researchers
  • Major ASA Award Winners 1995: Leo Goodman, Career of Distinguished Scholarship Award; Arlene Kaplan Daniels, Jessie Bernard Career Award; Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy and Madeline D. Davis for Boots of Leather, Slippers of Gold: The History of a Lesbian     Community, Jessie Bernard Book Award; Albert D. Biderman, Distinguished Career Award for the Practice of Sociology; Dean S. Dorn, Distinguished Contributions to Teaching Award; Nancy A. Denton and Douglas S. Massey for American Apartheid; James B. McKee for Sociology and the Race Problem, Distinguished Publication Award; To be announced, Dissertation Award
  • The Open Window: New Links Between ASA and Rural Sociological Society: "We're Going to Make Our Garden Grow!" (Felice J. Levine)
  • For Women in Science: Glass Ceiling Remains
  • Sociologists Join White House Salute to Women Scientists
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Rose Series Seeks Editor, Input on New Format
  • Proposition 187 and Post-Secondary Education
  • Plenary Sessions Announced
  • ASA to Participate in National Conference on Teaching Assistant Training
  • At ASA's 1995 Annual Meeting: Sociology and Communities Lie Outside the Beltway
  • Proposals Sought: June 15 Deadline: ASA/National Science Foundation Fund for Advancement of the Discipline Program
  • New Section in Formation: Race, Class, and Gender
  • M.R.C. Greenwood to Leave Office of Science and Technology Policy
  • 1994 Annual Meeting Survey Analysis Report (Michael Schuchert)
  • Deaths: James Coleman, Carol Juth-Gavasso, Jesse A. Pavis, Charles Westie
  • Obituaries: Jean Leonard Elliot, Kathy A. London, James Walter Ramey, Mildred Murstein Seltzer, Edward Shils
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: Editors Reports
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  • Jim Coleman Leaves Legacy of Excellence
  • Committee on Freedom of Research and Teaching Mandate Shifts (William Gamson)
  • At ASA's 1995 Annual Meeting, Historic Chinatown Awaits (Esther Ngan-Ling Chow)
  • The Open Window: Social and Behavioral Sciences Gain New Presence at National Institutes of Health (Felice J. Levine)
  • Graham Spanier Tapped as New Pennsylvania State University President
  • Public Affairs Update
  • 1995 Annual Meeting Highlights
  • 1996 Preview Session at 1995 Annual Meeting (Maureen Hallinan)
  • Jim Coleman: Colleagues Remember (Kathryn M. Borman)
  • Committee on Freedom in Research and Teaching: Revision and Renewal in a Changing Society (Marlynn L, May, Peter Meiksens)
  • Eight Receive ASA/National Science Foundation Small Grant Awards
  • Kenneth Prewitt to Serve as President of Social Science Research Council
  • Deaths: Virginia Wicks Vidich
  • Obituaries: Joseph P. Fitzpatrick, Joseph Elliot Seldin, Charles M. Unkovic
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  • Neil J. Smelser Elected President, Charles V. Willie is Vice President
  • 1995 Annual Meeting: It May Be Remembered as "The Great Meeting of 95"!
  • The Open Window: National Science Foundation and Behavioral Science Attacked: Meeting Our Biggest Challenge to Date (Felice J. Levine)
  • Confessions of a Candidate: A Sociologist Runs for Congress (Stephen Crawford)
  • Havidan Rodriguez to Lead ASA Minority Affairs Program
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Community Action Fellowships Given
  • For One Official Observer: Aging Conference Provides Lifetime Memories (Phyllis Moen)
  • 1995 Annual Meeting: A Letter from ASA President Amitai Etzinoi
  • ASA Council Seeks Member Views
  • Washington's New Memorials Worth a Visit (Carla B. Howery)
  • Public Forum: "A Critique of Professional Sociologists Based on Sound Scholarship?" (Stefan Bauer-Mengelberg); "Horowitz Responds" (Irving Louis Horowitz)
  • Richard J. Gelles Named ASA Fellow
  • Edward L. Kain New ASA Field Coordinator
  • American Council of Learned Societies Travel Grants Awarded
  • Deaths: Irving Weber, Rodney E. White
  • Obituaries: Clifford C. Clogg, Guy E. Swanson, Odell Uzzell
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 1994-95 Council Minutes (January 28, 1995)
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  • The 1995 Annual Meeting . . . Sociology with a Bang
  • ASA President Maureen Hallinan: She's in a Class by Herself (Barbara Schneider)
  • 1996 Annual Meeting: New York, New York: It's a Helluva Town
  • The Open Window: Connecting Sociology to Public Policy (Felice J. Levine)
  • At ASA Council: Anne C. Petersen Affirms National Science Foundation Support for Social and Behavioral Research
  • Council Urges Greater Exchange in House Immigration Legislation
  • Public Affairs Update
  • High-Level Government Positions Available: National Science Foundation Seeks Applicants for Sociology Program Director; National Institutes of Health Seeks Director for Division of Research Grants
  • Suggestions Solicited for 1997 ASA Annual Meeting Program
  • Council Adopts New Site Selection Policy
  • 1997 Annual Meeting Theme: Bridges for Sociology: International and Interdisciplinary
  • 1995 Annual Meeting: Major ASA Awards Presented to Ovations (see April 1995)
  • 1995 Annual Meeting: 1995 Section Awards Presented in Washington
  • Public Forum: "The Trouble with Horowitz" (Mohammed A Bamyeh); "Rejoinder to Horowitz" (Jerry A. Jacobs); "Response to Myers on the Declining Influence of Dissertations" (Richard A. Wright); "Setting the Record Straight" (Kai T. Erikson); "Concern with Pseudo-Surveys" (David C. Barrows)
  • 1994 Audit: ASA's Stable Financial Picture
  • Obituaries: Harold Benenson, Muriel Goldsman Cantor, A. Lee Coleman, Duane L. Gibson, Charles P. Loomis, Haridas T. Mazumdar, James C. McCann, Donald E. Muir, Edward N. Muller, Marco Orru
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  • New Report Explodes Myths on Nonmarital Pregnancy
  • President Fernando Cardoso Reflects on Brazil and Sociology (Ted Goertzel)
  • National Research Council Report Issued on Departmental Rankings
  • The Open Window: Promoting Ethical Research on Children (Felice J. Levine)
  • National Science Foundation Announces Grants: Sociologists Awarded $2 Million from Human Capital Initiative
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Commission on Applied and Clinical Sociology Off the Ground
  • ASA Committee on Graduate Education Explores New Topics (Carla B. Howery)
  • 1996 Annual Meeting: Interaction and Participation Means Livelier Annual Meeting
  • Report on Nonmarital Childbearing: Footnotes Interviews Kristin Moore on the Sociological Perspective
  • Out-of-Wedlock Childbearing . . . Some Things You May Not Know
  • More Section Awards from ASA's 1995 Annual Meeting!
  • Sociologists Urged to Monitor Federal Statistics (Suzanne Bianchi, Nancy Moss)
  • Deaths: William H. Harlan, Henry W. Herzog
  • Obituaries: John Biesanz, Charles G. Gomillion, J. Henry Korson
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  • Candidates Announced for ASA Positions
  • ASA Testifies House Bill Harmful to Nation, Research
  • 1996 Annual Meeting: For the Discerning Sociologist It's More Than a Helluva Town
  • The Open Window: The Meanings of Membership (Felice J. Levine)
  • ASA Testifies Before Federal AIDS Panel
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Sociology Plays Central Role at Graduate Teaching Conference (Carla B. Howery)
  • National Science Foundation's Law and Social Science Program Searches for a New Program Director
  • Nominations Sought for Major ASA Awards
  • Sections Seek Nominations for 1996 Awards
  • Through ASA's Academic and Professsional Affairs, Consultants Can Help Build Departments and Provide Teaching Workshops
  • Minority Fellowship Program Continues to Prosper
  • More Section Awards from ASA's 1995 Annual Meeting
  • Sociologists for Women in Society Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary (Kathryn P. Meadows Orlans)
  • Public Forum: "Concern About ASA's Call for Papers" (R. Stephen Warner); "ASA Program Committee Responds" (Jeylan Mortimer, Maureen Hallinan, Felice J. Levine)
  • The Conundrums of Ethnic-Based Awards (Richard Tomasson)
  • Visiting Fulbright Scholars Available to Lecture
  • Deaths: Clyde W. Franklin II, Morris S. Schwartz
  • Obituaries: Gerald Breese, Larry W. DeBord
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 1994-95 Council Minutes (August 22, 1995)
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