Footnotes Index to Articles

2004




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  • 2004 Annual Meeting: The Transformation of Sexual Commerce and Urban Space in San Francisco (Elizabeth Bernstein)
  • The Social Sciences in Britain (Harold Orlans)
  • Sociologists Often Need Up-to-date Data on the Profession in a Hurry - So ASA's Website Now Provides "Today's Data Yesterday"
  • Vantage Point: Membership as a Public Good?Continued (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • David R. Williams Receives "Decade of Behavior" Award (Johanna Ebner)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Spotlight on Departments: On the Road: Wake Forest University's Social Stratification in the American South Course (Jean Beaman)
  • Public Sociology: Public Sociology - It's What Teaching-oriented Departments Do
  • Thank You, ASA Members!
  • Crime Prevention Research Partnerships Aid Criminal Justice (Anthony A. Braga)
  • Public Forum: President Profiled (Helen Fein); ON the "Fourth Dimension" of Ethnocentrism; Seeking a Neologist (John M. Plott)
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Gordon H. Armbruster; Aliza Kolker
  • Obituaries: Mary Jo Huth; Dorothy Jones Jessop; Thomas Ktsanes; Erwin K. Scheuch; Ronny Turner
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  • 2004 Annual Meeting: Former President of Ireland, Mary Robinson, A Human Rights Voice That Will Not be Silenced (Mona Younis)
  • ASA Seeks a Few Good Sociologists - for ASA's Annual Awards
        Nominations
  • State of the State Sociology Series (Kenneth C. Land)
  • Vantage Point: A Full Menu of Public Policy, Science (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Sociologists Receive 2003-2004 Fulbright Awards
  • Public Affairs Update
  • $3.4 Million Race and Ethnicity Panel Study Gets Under Way (Johanna Ebner)
  • Social Sciences are Key to Developing the STEM Workforce (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • New NSF Priority Area Represents Significant opportunity for Sociology (Lee Herring)
  • Cross-cutting "Human and Social Dynamics" is First NSF Priority Area Led by Behavioral and Social Sciences (Pat White and Joane Nagel)
  • 2004 Annual Meeting: The Politics of Homelessness in San Francisco (Darren Noy)
  • State of the State Sociology Societies: Sociology Out Front (Ron Wimberley)
  • State of the State Sociology Societies: How to Maintain a Positive Cash Flow in a Sluggish Economy - Without Becoming the Next ENRON (Robert A. Wortham)
  • State of the State Sociology Societies: A Quick Look at Grassroots Sociology (Catherine T. Harris and Michael Wise)
  • State of the State Sociology Societies: Let 50 Flowers Bloom (Monte Bute)
  • Public Anger, Politics and the Middle Class (Marjorie Schaafsma)
  • ASA's First Section Journal is Expanding (Johanna Ebner)
  • Public Forum: A Cuban Experience (Hannah R. Wartenberg); Public Action and Public Policy (Herbert J. Gans)
  • Those Who Can, Teach!
  • New Staff Join ASA (Kendra Eastman, Felicia Evans, Donya Williams)
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Mary Jane Crenshaw Tully
  • Obituaries: Ruth Simms Hamilton; Paul Burleigh Horton; Aliza Kolker; John Itsuro Kitsuse
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  • 2004 Annual Meeting: Former President of Brazil, Fernando Henrique Cardoso: A Most Public Sociologist (Gay Seidman)
  • Teaching Sociology in High School: A Pilot Project Begins in Chicago (Caroline Hodges Persell and Carla B. Howery)
  • The 2004 World Social Forum: A Movement Rising (Walda Katz-Fishman and Jerome Scott)
  • Vantage Point: Engineering Better Mileage for Research? (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Task Force to Invigorate "Public Sociology" (Lee Herring)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Candidates for ASA Offices in 2004: Glen H. Elder, Jr., Cynthia Fuchs Epstein (President-Elect); Dan Clawson, Lynn Smith-Lovin (Vice President-Elect)
  • Developments in Data Sharing in the Social and Behavioral Sciences  (Duane F. Alwin)
  • Four Daylong Courses to Enrich 2004 Annual Meeting
  • Council Briefs (Carla B. Howery)
  • Mumbai and the Future (Boaventura de Sousa Santos)
  • Among Women at Mumbai (Patricia Ticineto Clough)
  • Spotlight on Departments: Georgetown University's Social Justice Analysis Concentration Deepens the Curriculum and the Community (Jean Beaman)
  • Public Forum: Is Social Forces Still a Core Journal? (Robert M. Marsh); Mere Degrees of Reflected Lunar Light? (Richard Koffler); Reply to Marsh, Koffler (Michael Patrick Allen); Public Sociology Challenges Discipline's Prestige and Power Structure (Kenneth L. Stewart and D. Stanley Eitzen)
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Janet Kohn, Egon Mayer, Warren A. Peterson, T. R. Young
  • Obituaries: Gordon Hawkins, Margaret Stacey

  • Green Arrow Footnotes
    April 2004 (Volume 32, Number 4)
     
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  • 2004 Annual Meeting: Public Sociology Meets Public Intellectual, Activist and Novelist Arundhati Roy (Ben Crow)
  • Hill Briefing on Social and Economic Consequences of Job Loss Draws Crowd (Johanna Ebner)
  • Vantage Point: Academic Freedom and Publishing in Interesting Times (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Call for Centennial Session Proposals and Participation
  • Public Affairs Udpate
  • The Status of High School Sociology: Some Recommendations (Michael DeCesare and Jeff Lashbrook)
  • James Downton: Awakening Teachers to Creative Teaching (Jean Beaman)
  • A Rebel with a Theory (Johanna Ebner)
  • Opening 2004 Plenary Session on W.E. B DuBois, a Model for Public Sociology (Jean Beaman)
  • Public Sociology: Empowered Participatory Governance: An Unexpected Columbia Venture in Public Sociology (Cesar Rodriguez and Erik Olin Wright)
  • ASA Annual Meeting Workshop: Using the University of California Atlas of Global Inequality as a Teaching Tool
  • Public Sociology "from the files"? (exchange of letters between Henry Brownstein and Robert K. Merton)
  • Public Forum: Public Sociology Challenges Discipline's Prestige and Power Structure (Kenneth L. Stewart and D. Stanley Eitzen); Reply to Stewart and Eitzen (Murray Hausknecht)
  • Sociology Receives the Largest Number of Professional Master's Planning Grants (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Fred B. Silberstein, Frank Robert Westie, Joan McCord
  • Obituaries: William Harry "Bill" Howell, Egon Mayer, Norval Morris, Sister Marie Augusta Neal, T.R. Young
  • Classified Ad
  • Official Reports and Proceedings: Editors' Reports
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  • 2004 Annual Meeting: Paul Krugman: The Wicked Economist? (Marion Fourcade-Gourinchas)
  • Why Did Sociologists Go to Atlanta? Who is Going to San Francisco? (Roberta Spalter-Roth and William Erskine)
  • ASA Congressional Briefing on Immigration Packs the House (Johanna Ebner)
  • Vantage Point: Affirming Action in Higher Education (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Sociologist Named Director of the American Bar Foundation
  • Sociologists Receive Guggenheim Awards
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Weblogging for Public Sociologies (Peter Dixon, Erin Murphy and Nicholas Hoover Wilson)
  • Sociologists without Borders (Jean Beaman)
  • Goodwin and Jasper are the New Contexts Magazine Editors (Edwin Amenta)
  • Personal Essay: Sociologists Behind Bars (Jodi L. Short and Elizabeth Drogin)
  • Legislators Warn that Prisoner Census Counts Skew Resource Distribution and Political Representation (Torrey Androski)
  • Public Sociology: Community Organizing as Engaged Scholarship (Robert Kleidman)
  • Public Forum: Journal Influence (Judith R. Blau)
  • Sociologist Elected to the NAS
  • Sociologists and Political Scientists Honor Marty Lipset
  • Departments
  • Obituaries: Fred Bates, Fred B. Silberstein, Frank Robert Westie
  • Special Annual Meeting Insert
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  • 2004 Annual Meeting: The Sands of San Francisco (Richard Walker)
  • ASA Election Results: Epstein Elected ASA President; Smith-Lovin Vice President
  • 2004 Major ASA Award Winners: Jessie Bernard Award, Myra Marx Ferree; Career of Distinguished Scholarship Award, Arthur Stinchcombe; Distinguished Scholaraly Publication Award, Mounira Maya Charrad; Distinguished Contributions to Teaching Award, Jeanne     Ballantine; Public Understanding of Sociology Award, Jerome Scott and Walda Katz Fishman
  • Vantage Point: Annual Meeting Dialogue: Forums for All
  • Sociologists Lead 15-nation Study on Attitudes Toward Mental Illness (Jack K. Martin)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • New ASA-NSF Grantees to Help Advance the Discipline
  • Peggy Thoits Assumes Health Journal Editorship in 2005 (Bernice Pescosolido)
  • Public Sociology: The Moral Monster: Public Sociology in a Maximum Security Prison (Patricia Fernandez-Kelly)
  • ASA's Teaching Enhancement Fund Supports Four New Projects (Jean Beaman)
  • Public Sociology Explored from an International View (Johanna Ebner)
  • Group Seeks to Reform Market-driven College Athletics (Redante Asuncion-Reed)
  • Open Forums at the 2004 Annual Meeting in San Francisco
  • 2004 Regional Award Winners
  • Community Action Research Grants (Johanna Ebner)
  • Public Forum: There's the ASA, But Where's the Sociology (Mathieu Deflem); Democracy in Question: Reply to Deflem (Michael Burawoy); Were We Right? Assessing the Merits of ASA's Anti-War Resolution (Eduardo Bonilla-Silva)
  • Departments
  • Obituaries: Thomas R. Forrest
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  • Profile of the ASA President: Troy Duster: A Biography in History (Harry G. Levine and Craig Reinerman)
  • Public Sociologists Broke Records in San Francisco
  • ASA Centennial Will Honor Excellence in the Reporting of Social Issues
  • Vantage Point: The Power of IDA - The Place of Data (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Tomas Jimenez Selected as 2005 ASA Congressional Fellow (Johanna Ebner)
  • Beth Rubin Joins NSF Sociology Program (Lee Herring)
  • Sociologists Among Inductees of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • Sociologists Among American Academy of Policital and Social Science Honorees
  • Political Science Goes Public "A Lesson for Public Sociology" 
        (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • Should Sociologists Run for Public Office? (Jack Nusan Porter)
  • Social Scientists Help Identify Research Agenda to Improve U.S. Voting Process
  • Suggestions Are Invited for the 2006 Annual Meeting Program
  • No Child Left Behind Act Scrutinized at Sociology of Education Section Policy Conference
  • Spotlight on Departments: Using "Advanced Introductory Courses" to Level the Playing Field for Transfer Students
  • Yale Group to Edit Sociological Theory (Isaac Reed)
  • Applications Invited for ASA Editor Positions
  • Faculty Salaries Saw Little Growth in Past 21 Years (Roberta Spalter-Roth and William Erskine)
  • Small Grants for Integrating Data Analysis in the Sociology Curriculum
  • ASA Announces New Minority Fellows (Mercedes Rubio and Felicia Evans)
  • Brownstein to Direct Center for Crime, Drugs and Justice (Torrey Androski)
  • International Sociology: Nigerian, Cleveland Sociologists Collaborate  (Jean Beaman)
  • Public Sociology: The Practitioners Research and Scholarship Institute (Beth Roy)
  • Public Forum: Toward an Academically Engaged Academy (Rick Cherwitz); Is Modern Sociology Too "Managerial"? (Nathan Rosseau); Reply to Stewart and Eitzen; Our Time in the Political Wilderness Should End (George C. Klein)
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Jerry Salomone, William Silverman
  • Obituaries: James Ecks, Witold Krassowski, Joel B. Montague, Jr., Harold Lyle Nix, Frank Riessman
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  • ASA Award Recipients Honored in San Francisco
  • Prospects for Change in Saudi Arabia (Mansoor Moaddel)
  • ASA Receives $165,000 from Science Foundation to Fund Early Career Scholars
  • Vantage Point: Remaining Vigilant for an Essential Survey (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • Sociologist Appointed to Defense Task Force Examining Solutions to Harrassment
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Council Briefs (Michael Murphy)
  • Calendar of Regional Sociological Association Meetings
  • Seven Years and Seven Journals with JSTOR
  • Sociology Departments Can Now Vie for "Seal of Approval" for Gender- and Women-friendliness (Lee Herring)
  • New PhD Program at Central Florida (Victoria Hougham)
  • Public Sociology: The Engaged Department: Public Sociology in the Twin Cities (Ronald Aminzade)
  • "Congratulations!" to the 2004 ASA Section Award Winners
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Dante Germanotta, Morris Goldman, Witold Krassowski, Tamotsu Shibutani, Norma Williams
  • Obituaries: William K. Bunis
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  • The Costs and Benefits of Temporary Faculty (Roberta Spalter-Roth and William Erskine)
  • President's Science and Technology Appointments Should be Based on Nation,s Interests, Says NAS (Johanna Ebner and Lee Herring)
  • 2005 ASA Candidates
  • Vantage Point: Opening Access to Pandora's Box in Science Communication (Sally T. Hillsman)
  • American Community Survey Survived Fiscal Year 2005 Appropriations (Lee Herring)
  • Public Affairs Update
  • Task Force Outlines Goals for the Sociology Major (Carla B. Howery)
  • New ASA-NSF Grantees
  • Implicit Versus Explicit Professional Training in Sociology (David Shulman and Ira Silver)
  • Public Sociology: Wages and Working Conditions at Berkeley (Amy Schalet, Gretchen Purser and Ofer Sharone)
  • ASA High School Outreach Initiative Seeks Members in 12 Key States (Carla B. Howery)
  • Hesser Honored as CASE Professor for Minnesota
  • Sociologists Explore Scientist Demographics at NSF Conference (Roberta Spalter-Roth)
  • NSF Awarded $6.6 Million to Soiology in ?03
  • Public Forum: Reply to Bonilla-Silva and Smith: Assessing the Anti-war Resolution (Mark Iutcovich); Response to Rousseau, Cherwitz; The Sociology of Sociology (Richard A. Hilbert)
  • Thank You ASA Members
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Otis Dudley Duncan, Matilda White Riley
  • Obituaries: Tanis Doe, Charles Gordon, Norma Williams

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