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1997




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  • 1997 Annual Meeting: The City that Worked: Toronto's Contested Future (Engin F. Isin)
  • Sociology at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD): A Span of Topics and Opportunities (Christine A. Bachrach)
  • Washington, DC's Control Board Taps Joyce Ladner for Leadership
  • The Open Window: The K-12 Pipeline in Sociology (Felice J. Levine)
  • ASA Executive Officer Felice J. Levine Appointed to Violence Panels
  • Bennett I. Bertenthal Shares Vision for National Science Foundation Post
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Successful Practices in Master's Programs in Sociology (James G. Hougland, Jr.)
  • Texas Christian University's Austin Porterfield Remembered
  • Call for Nominations for 1997 ASA Awards
  • From the President: An Update on the 1997 ASA Annual Meeting (Neil J. Smelser)
  • American Humanics and a Sociology Major: A Winning Combo (Carla B. Howery)
  • February 7 Deadline Nears: National Science Foundation Announces Funding for Learning and Intelligent Systems Initiative
  • Sociology Students Receive Fulbrights
  • Emphasizing Social Science Inquiry Early in the Curriculum (Carla B. Howery)
  • ASA Honors Program Celebrates 24th year
  • Obituaries: Dennis Brissett, Edwin M. Lemert, Richard E. Martin, Anselm L. Strauss, Steve Vieux
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: Council Minutes 1996-97 Council (August 20-21, 1996)
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  • 1997 Annual Meeting: A Walk in Inner Toronto: Elements of the City's Fabric (Jon Caulfield)
  • 1997 Annual Meeting: Board the Red Rocket in Streetcar City (Tony Turrittin)
  • At National Institutes of Health: AIDS Research Needs Sociological Input (Jusy Auerbach)
  • The Open Window: Communicating Is More Than a Footnote (Felice J. Levine)
  • ASA Council Meets; Recommends Ethics Code Revision
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Deadline April 15: ASA Supports Media Fellowship
  • Talking the Talk: Sociological Messages on T.V. Talk Shows (Vicki Abt, Mel Seesholtz)
  • Fond Memories of ASA's MOST Summer Institutes
  • ASA Committee Releases Report on Professional Socialization of Graduate Students (Bernice A. Pescosolido)
  • Anthony Giddens Named Director of London School of Economics
  • National Science Foundation Names Sociology Grant Winners
  • ASA Awards Policy Committee Proposes New Schedule
  • Awards Committees and Chairs for 1997
  • Awards Committees and Chairs for 1998
  • The Ford Foundation Announces "Crossing Borders" Initiative
  • Six Receive ASA/National Science Foundation Small Grants
  • June 15, 1997 Deadline! Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline (FAD) Award
  • March 1, 1997 Deadline: Apply Now! ASA 1997-98 Congressional Fellowship
  • ASA Member Develops New Telephone Assistance System
  • Deaths: Sigurd Berentzen, Ruth Farkas, Masayasu Yamamoto
  • Obituaries: David J. Gray, Sol Levine
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  • 1997 Annual Meeting: Immigration and Toronto's "Stylish New Personality" (Jeffrey G. Reitz, Janet M. Lum)
  • ASA Members to Vote on Revised Ethics Code
  • 1997-98 Candidates Announced for ASA Officers
  • The Open Window: ASA's Sections: The Vitality of Its Parts (Felice J. Levine)
  • At National Science Foundation: "Cold Spots" Offer Sociologists Some "Warm Opportunities"
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Sociologists Commend Panel Report on AIDS Interventions
  • Apply by April 15: 1997 ASA-American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Media Fellowship
  • National Institutes of Health Self-Report Conference Important to Sociology (Lois M. Verbrugge, Jack Fowler)
  • The Case of the Sociologist Who Untangled Himself from the Web (Richard C. Rockwell)
  • National Institute on Aging Invites Proposals for Minority Aging Research
  • Capitol Hill Diary: From Graduate School to "Senator Kennedy's Office: Can I Help You?" (Nora Jacobson)
  • ASA and International Sociological Association to Cosponsor Conference on Future Directions
  • Expo Introduces High School Students to Sociology (Teri Kepner)
  • Public Forum: "Thinking Sociologically" (Allan G. Johnson)
  • The 1995 ASA Audit: ASA's Stable Financial Picture
  • Deaths: Kingsley Davis, Hugh Max Miller
  • Obituaries: James R. Greenley, Gary D. Hill, Terence Kilbourne Hopkins, William Kolb, Paul Evan Peters
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  • 1997 Annual Meeting: Toronto: Cultural Capital of the 21st Century? (Joan Davies)
  • From the President: The Interdisciplinary Enterprise (Neil J. Smelser)
  • ASA Holds Congressional Briefing on Welfare to Work
  • The Open Window: Get Out and Vote! (Felice J. Levine)
  • Administrators Briefed on Social Science Contributions
  • National Science Foundation's Patricia White to Spend Year at ASA Executive Office
  • Remembering Kingsley Davis (1908-1997)
  • Building a New College on New Realities (Carla B. Howery)
  • ASA Taps into Online Employment Links (David Waller)
  • Capitol Hill Diary: Notes Toward an Ethnography (Nora Jacobson)
  • A Bridge to International Sociology (Dan Clawson)
  • Proposals Sought - June 15 Deadline: ASA/National Science Foundation Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline Program
  • ASA Awards Fellowships for Teaching, Community Research
  • Con Artist Targets Sociologists
  • Deaths: Conrad M. Arensberg
  • Obituaries: Alicja Iwanska, Solomon Kobrin
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 1996 Editors' Reports
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  • ASA on Capitol Hill
  • Senate Backs Down on Census Sampling Ban
  • 1997 Annual Meeting: Rural Ontario: An Intriguing Hinterland and a Place to Visit (J.I. Bakker)
  • The Open Window: Strong Departments:  The Foundation of Our Discipline (Felice J. Levine)
  • ASA Urges Increased Funding for Social and Behavioral Research
  • Public Affairs Update
  • ASA Celebrates National Institute of Mental Health 50th Anniversary
  • National Science Foundation Seeks Proposals for Graduate Education Training
  • Sociology and Drug Abuse Research Opportunities at National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) (Zili Sloboda)
  • A Peek Behind the Scenes of the Graduate Record Examination (Carla B. Howery)
  • The Gift of Obscurity: Advice for Emerging PhDs (Annette Lareau)
  • State Sociological Associations Are Flourishing (Carla B. Howery)
  • The Great Job Search: Dos, Don'ts, and Where to Look: A Sociologist Searches for Employment . . . And Finds It (Zhidong Hao); ASA Literature Can Provide Some Useful Clues (Amy Roussell)
  • Nine Receive ASA/National Science Foundation Small Grant Awards
  • National Science Foundation Program Targets Women Scientists and Engineers
  • MOST Program on Display at Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting
  • Sociologists Receive Awards and Fellowships: Anne Boyle is First ASA-American Association for the Advancement of (AAAS) Media Fellow; Three Sociologists Selected as Guggenheim     Fellows Science; Lois Monteiro Selected as ASA Congressional Fellow; Rice University Student is Named Rhodes Scholar; Woodrow Wilson Fellows Include Sociologists
  • Public Forum: "San Diego State Creates Legal Defense Fund" (James L. Wood)
  • Deaths: James D. Tarver
  • Obituaries: Feroz Ahmed; Gerald L. Leslie, Sol Levine, Erich Rosenthal
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  • 1997 Annual Meeting: Sociologists Get Ready for a Great Meeting
  • Alejandro Portes, Patricia A. Roos, Florence B. Bonner Elected; New Ethics Code Approved
  • ASA Announces 1997 Award Winners: Dalton Clark Conley, Dissertation Award; Nona Glazer, Robbie Pfeufer Kahn, Jessie Bernard Award; G. Franklin Edwards, DuBois-Johnson-Frazer Award; Charles Moskos, Award for Public Understanding of Sociology; Irwin     Deutscher, Distinguished Career Award for the Practice of Sociology; Robert R. Alford, Distinguished Contributions to Teaching Award; Melvin L. Oliver and Thomas M. Shapiro for Black Wealth/White Wealth: A New Perspective on Racial Inequality, Distinguished Scholarly Publication Award; William Hamilton Sewell, Career of Distinguished Scholarship Award
  • The Open Window: A FAD (Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline) Worth Sustaining (Felice J. Levine)
  • More Than 80 Attend: ASA Holds Briefing on Youth Violence
  • Public Affairs Update
  • American Sociological Foundation to Cease as Separate Entity But Its Mission Carries On...
  • Submissions Sought: Montreal to Host 1998 International Sociological Association Meeting
  • Sociologist Makes His "CASE" (Conference of Academics for Sexual Equity) on Professor-Student Relations (Barry M. Dank)
  • Capitol Hill Diary: Backstage at a U.S. Senate Hearing (Nora Jacobson)
  • Minority Fellowship Program Fellows Benefit by Proposal Development Workshop
  • 1997 Annual Meeting: Two Sociologies: National, Separate, Alike (Claude Denis)
  • Section on Undergraduate Education Celebrates Its 25th (Tom Gerschick)
  • Sociologists Recast Canadian Feminism and the Progressive Women of Toronto: Canadian Feminism: A Tale of Two Eurocentric Cultures and Three Nations (Thelma McCormack); Toronto and Its Women: A Challenge to Change (Gerda R. Wekerle)
  • Deaths: Vytautas Kavolis
  • Obituaries: Donald I. Warren
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 1996-97 Council Minutes (January 25-26, 1997)
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  • 1997 Annual Meeting: It Was a Feast for Mind and Spirit
  • Add Health Findings Released
  • Profile of the President: "Mission Control: Quadagno Now in Charge" (John Myles)
  • The Open Window: ASA and the President's Initiative on Race (Felice J. Levine)
  • Suggestions Solicited for 1999 Annual Meeting Program
  • Public Affairs Update
  • 1999 Annual Meeting Theme: Transitions in World's Society: At Century's End
  • Explaining the "Feminization" of ASA Elections, 1975-1996
  • Major ASA Award Recipients Honored in Toronto (see July/August)
  • ASA Co-Hosts Science Writers' Workshop on Health Issues
  • ASA Releases Call for Major Award Nominations
  • Florida Police Urge Victims of Con Artist to Come Forward
  • December 31 Deadline: Minority Fellowship Program Fellowships
  • The 1996 ASA Audit: ASA?s Stable Financial Picture
  • Deaths: Joseph J. Mangalam, Emily Schroeder, Harold Sheppard, Thomas Steahr, Glen Laird Taggart, George H. Weightman
  • Obituaries: Conrad M. Arensberg, Annabelle Motz Blum, Richard Henshel, Vytautas Kavolis, Hugh Max Miller, Robert A. Polson
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    Green Arrow Footnotes
    November 1997 (Volume 25, Number 8)
     
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  • Two Sociologists Address White House Race Panel
  • Pennsylvania State University Gets Set to House ASA Archives
  • Public Discourse on Sociological Research: The Public Values Debate: An ASA Call for Submissions
  • The Open Window: Sociological Lines of Work (Felice J. Levine)
  • ASA Delegation Participates in Conference on Part-time Faculty (Carla B. Howery)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Women Sociologists Could Benefit by the ?POWRE? (Professional Opportunities for Women in Research and Education) of National Science Foundation
  • John Mirowsky Brings Energy, Commitment to Journal of Health and Social Behavior (Elizabeth G. Menaghan)
  • At Journal of Health and Social Behavior, Researchers Will Cultivate Their Science (John Mirowsky)
  • Contemporary Sociology: A "Great Choice" Is Made (Jeffrey Leiter)
  • Contemporary Sociology to be Central Forum for Thoughtful Discourse (Barbara Risman, Donald Tomaskovic-Devey)
  • Call for Help: Social Science Knowledge on Race, Racism, and Race Relations
  • History of Sociology: New ASA Section-in-Formation
  • Public Forum: "Sociologist Says "Time Crunch" Can be Worse Than Suspected" (Penny Edgell Becker); Moskos' Selection for ASA Award Stirs Give and Take: "Groups Outraged by Selection" (The Committee on the Status of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered     Sociologists; The Sociologists' Lesbian, Gay, Transgendered Caucus; The Council of the Sexuality Section); "Committee Says Moskos Still the Best Pick" (ASA Committee on the Award for Public Understanding of Sociology); "Moskos Defends Views on Gays in the     Military" (Charles Moskos); Decision to Change Status of American Sociological Foundation (ASF) Is Discussed: "Demerath Says ASF Failed to Justify Decision" (Jan Demerath); "ASF Chair Says Change is Appropriate" (Charles M. Bonjean); "Irvine Says Dank Wrong on     Student-Faculty Relationships" (Leslie Irvine); "Dank Responds" (Barry M. Dank)
  • Social Capital Belongs to Interdisciplinary Discipline (Michael  Woolcock)
  • Congratulations to 1997 Section Award Winners
  • Deaths: Orrin Klapp, Harold Sheppard
  • Obituaries: Harry C. Bredemeier, Fernand Dumont, Fathy Soliman Elbana, E.M. Rallings, Glen Laird Taggart
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  • 1998 Annual Meeting: Come to San Francisco and Experience a Postmodern Dream (Sherri Cavan)
  • National Science Foundation Sociology Program Gets a Winner: Barry Markovsky
  • Candidates for ASA Offices, Council, Committees
  • The Open Window: The Health of Our Data Infrastructure in Social Science (Felice J. Levine)
  • Conference Held on Future of Scholarly Monograph (Carla B. Howery)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Join International Sociological Association and Head North!
  • Ford Foundation Approves ASA Grant Request for Initiative on Race
  • Mark Becker and Michael Sobel: Sociological Methodology Gets a Winning Duo (Yu Xie)
  • American Sociological Review Examines Self-Esteem Issues (Glenn Firebaugh)
  • Editors Pledge Innovative Articles (Michael Sobel, Mark Becker)
  • American Association for the Advencement of Science: Making Room for Sociological Research (Frank D. Bean, Mary Frank Fox)
  • Symposium Part of Festivities to Celebrate Archives Opening
  • January 15 Deadline: National Science Foundation Sociology Program Welcomes Submissions
  • Disability Is an Area Rich With Sociological Opportunity (Gary L. Albrecht)
  • Public Forum: Sociologists for Women in Society Has Heavily Influenced ASA
  • ASA Media Fellow Puts Sociology to Work in Newsroom (Anne Boyle)
  • Five Sociology Students Are Awarded Ford Fellowships
  • January 31 Deadline: Posdtdoctoral Fellowship in Demography of Aging Available at University of Wisconsin
  • 1998 Annual Meeting: Call Out for 1998 Section Award Nominations
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: 1996-97 Council Minutes (August 12, 1997)
  • Obituaries: Orrin Edgar Klapp, Marion Theo (Red) Loftin, Daniel R. Miller
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