Footnotes Index to Articles

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  • Sociology Is Well Represented Among NSF's Human and Social Dynamics Grantees
  • ASA, Professors Submit Brief to U.S. Appeals Court on "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Policy (David Segal)
  • What the Iraqi Study Group Missed: The Iraqi People (Mansoor Moaddel)
  • Vantage Point: An Assesment of National Social Science Advocacy
  • ASA Joins Research!America Alliance
  • ASR Publishes the Latest International and Comparative Socological Studies (Jerry A. Jacobs)
  • Contexts Magazine as a Teaching Tool (James M. Jasper)
  • A Woman of the World: A Spotlight on Dean Johnson's Globetrotting Sociological Career
  • 2007 ASA Congressional Fellow Faces a New Congress
  • Changes in the Graduate Record Exam
  • Sociologists in Research and Applied Settings: Shameless Lackey or Consumer Advocate
  • Applied and Clinical Sociology Careers by the Numbers (Mary Gee)
  • ASA Deputy Carla Howery Celebrates 25th Year at ASA
  • Apply Now for the Sorokin Lecture Series
  • Spotlight on Departments: A Vehicle for Enrichment: University of Wisconsin-Madison's Undergraduate Concentration in Analysis and Research
  • How to Request Meeting Space for Other Activities
  • Council on Contemporary Families Deisseminates Nonpartisan Knowledge
  • Weber's 1904 Visit to the United States
  • New Staff Join ASA (Kyle Murphy, Diego de los Rios, Nicole Van Vooren)
  • Public Forum: Suggestions for Encouraging a Satisfying Conference
  • Departments
  • ASA Position Announcement: Staff Sociologist/Director of Academic and Professional Affairs
  • Deaths: Samuel W. Bloom, Bill Borchert Larson, Yuri Levada, Robert Smock
  • Obituaries: Feliks Gross, Doris P. Slesinger
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  • "Without Yesterday There Is No Tomorrow": Ricardo Lagos and Chile's Democratic Transition (Peter Winn)
  • Four Trends Shaping the Big Apple (Andrew Beveridge)
  • Remembering a Giant of Sociology: Seymour Martin Lipset (1922-2006) (Claude S. Fischer, Ann Swidler)
  • Vantage Point: Enhancing the ASA Public Inforamtion Program
  • ASA Honors Program Expands Opportunities for Undergraduates
  • Phi Beta Kappa Honors Tilly with the 2006 Sidney Hook Memorial Award
  • Portrait of the Sociologist as Blogger
  • Busboys, Poets, and Sociologists: A Place for Discourse
  • Task Force on General Education Issues Report
  • Congratulations to the 2007 ASA Award Winners
  • Colleagues Pay Tribute to Seymour martin Lipset
  • Sociologists Serving as Foreign Ambassadors... From Afganistan to Germany to America and Back
  • A Mathematical Sociologist's Tribute to Comte: Sociology as a Science (John Angle)
  • Member Spotlight: Thomas Lief: A Profile of Service to His Community
  • Just for Fun: A Sociological Trivial Pursuit
  • New Staff at the ASA Executive Office (Robin Licata, Sujata Sinha)
  • Public Forum: Thank You, ASA
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Kurt B. Mayer, Helen Ralston
  • Obituaries: Donald D. Bouma, Helen Ralston
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  • Finding New York City's Culture Through Shopping (Sharon Zukin)
  • The Eroison and Rebirth of American Democracy (Magali Sarfatti Larson)
  • Too Few PhDs? The Replacement Rate in Sociology
  • Vantage Point: Advancing International Scholary Communication
  • Robert Bellah Honored for Career of Scholarship
  • New Recipient Announced for the W.E.B. Dubois Award!
  • A Better World is a World with Universal Human Rights (Judith Blau)
  • Campus Organizing and Today's Movement Building Moment (Walda Katz-Fishman)
  • Paul Ciccantell Joins the NSF Sociology Program
  • Candidates for ASA Offices in 2007
  • Protest and trust at Gallaudet University (Margaret Weigers Vitullo)
  • Public Sociology: A Sociologist in the Hard Science World (Rachel Ivie)
  • NSF Awarded $8.7 Million for Sociological Research and Education in 2006
  • Council Briefs
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Brandy Britton, Eric Markusen
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  • Paradox and the City: Why the Working Class Has Political Power (Dan Cantor & J.W. Mason)
  • How Do We Get to ANother World? (Fred Block)
  • Council Passes New Resolution
  • Vantage Point: ASA's Engagement in the Teaching of Sociology
  • The Faith-Based Initiative (Rebbeca Sager)
  • Committee and Executive Office Collaborate to Make Annual Meeting Accessible
  • SWS Supports New Orleans' Rebuilding
  • Public Sociology: Public Sociology and Sociology in Public: The Case of Serbia (Aleksej Kisjuhas)
  • ASA Tapped for Senate Judiciary Committee Congressional Fellow
  • In the Spotlight: Armed with a Camera: Mount St. Mary's Film and Social Justice Program
  • Sociology in America
  • Public Forum: Social Science and Iraq; More on Annual Meeting Presentations; Responses to the Mascot Resolution
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Judith Nelson Cates, Jean Baker Miller, Martin Trow
  • Obituaries: Thomas A. Lyson, Martin Trow
  • Editors' Reports for 2006
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  • Down and Out In New York City (Mitchell Duneier & Patrick Markee)
  • Eliza Pavalko to Serve as the Next Editor of JHSB
  • Plenary Examines Popular Culture as Propaganda and Critique
  • Vantage Point: An "Accountability Squeeze" on Higher Education
  • Is the Federal Budget a Moral Document (Rebecca Sager)
  • Sociologists' Encyclopedic Impact
  • For Conference Presentations, Less Is More
  • The Educational Testing Service Retracts Recent Changes to the GRE
  • That's a Lot of Candles: Russell sage Celebrates 100 Years
  • ASA Awards Small Grants in Sociology
  • The Management and Society Program at UNC-Chapel Hill
  • New Program to Increase Diversity of Leadership in Health Policy
  • Sociologists Receive Guggenheim Fellowships
  • Public Sociology: Enlarging the target: A Sociology of Self-Defense
  • 2007 Regional Sociological Associations' Award Winners
  • Winners of the 2007 Community Action Research Initiative Awards
  • Public Forum: How Bellah's Ideas Spread: The Diffusion of a Scholar's Influence
  • ASA's Teaching Enhancment Fund Supports Four New Projects
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Jean Baudrillard, Bernhardt Lieberman, Patrick McGuire
  • Obituaries: Samuel W. Bloom, Hiram J. Friedsam, David L. Westby

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  • New York: A Unique Immigrant City (Nancy Foner)
  • Prospects for Change in American Politics (Bonnie Thornton Dill)
  • ASA General Election Results
  • Hartman and Uggen are the New Editors of Contexts
  • Vantage Point: Advancing the Placement of Sociology
  • Sociologists Brief Senate Audience on Social-Cultural Factors Affecting Military Recruitment and Retention
  • ASA 2007 Dissertation Award Recipient Announced
  • Promoting Sociology to the Media
  • Student Protestors Successful at Moscow State University
  • The All-COnsuming Life of an Encyclopedia Editor (George Ritzer)
  • 35 Years Later...Planning for the Future of the General Social Survey
  • Introducing MFP Cohort 34
  • Vitullo to Direct ASA's Academic and Professional Affairs Program
  • The Labor Section and ABS Celebrate the DuBois Legacy (Michael Schwartz)
  • Public Sociology: Sociological Research and Praxis: An Autobiographical and Retrospective Account
  • Public Forum: ASA Should Not Support China; I Heart (Alternatives Modes of transportation to) New York
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Wilma Allen, Ida R. Hoos, David M. Heer, Otto N. Larsen
  • Obituaries: John H. Burma, Eric Markusen, Patrick McGuire, Ida R. Hoos, D. Lawrence Wieder

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    Green Arrow Footnotes
    September/October 2007 (Volume 35, Number 7)
     
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  • ASA President Arne Kalleberg Prepares for "Worlds of Work" (Peter Marsden)
  • The Biggest Meeting Happened in the Big Apple
  • Vanatge Point: Tapping Contexts for Teaching
  • Hate Crimes Legislation is on the Move (Michelle Van Brakle)
  • Sociologists Elected to the Natioanl Academy of Sciences
  • The AAPSS Honors Social Scientists and Junior Scholars
  • Framingham State College Discovered An Inconvenient Truth (Virginia Rutter & Ira Silver)
  • Think Ahead to 2009!
  • 2009 Annual Meeting: The New Politics of Community
  • ASA's New International Associate Membership Category
  • Sumner's Tales: Reflections on 133 Years of Sociology at Yale (Nadya Jaworsky)
  • Research on SOciology as a Profession: Highlights
  • Applications Invited for Editorship of Contemporary Sociology
  • Sociologists Named American Academy of Arts & Sciences Fellows
  • A New Kind of Lesson Plan
  • Public Forum: Politically Correct; A Response to Leslie Irvine's Comment on China; Responses to Dan Wang
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Helen Gouldner, Peter Lyman, Peter Marris, Parren Mitchell, Jeanne Clare Ridley
  • Obituaries: Brenda M. Derby, Mary Douglas, Helen Gouldner, David M. Heer, Bernard Karsh, Otto Larsen

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  • British Boycott Threat Sparks ASA Council Action
  • ASA Files Complaint Against the U.S. Government for Excluding South African Scholar from the United States
  • Federal Funding for Sociology Increases Relative to Other Social Sciences
  • Vantage Point: ACLU and ASA File Suit over Academic Freedom
  • Sociology on the Hill
  • Position Announcement: Research Associate Position
  • The Sociology of Human Rights
  • ASA Collaborates with Sociology Librarians
  • Traditions and Trends in Rural Sociology (Richard S. Krannich & Jess Gilbert)
  • A Tool for Surfing the Wake of the Spellings Commission: The Department Resources Group
  • The Immigrant Mobilization Research Project at UIC (Michael Rodriguez Muniz)
  • Sociologist Joins Yahoo! to Shape Future of the Web
  • Major ASA Award Recipients Honored in New York
  • 2007 Award Recipients Honored
  • Call for ASA Award Nominations
  • Public Sociology: Comparing Climate Change Policy Networks (Jeffery Broadbent)
  • Council Highlights
  • Regional Sociological Association Schedules
  • Public Forum: Reaction to ASA Council's Resolution on Israeli Boycott; The Invisible Namesakes: In Recogonition of African American Founders in ASA?; Response to Professor Leslie Irvine
  • Departments:
  • Deaths: Sam Joseph Dennis, Ruth Frankenberg, Gangadharappa Nanjundappa, James Ronald Pinkerton, Blasco Sobrinho, Marvni B.Sussman, Peter Whalley, Wayne Wheeler, Jon Kelley Wright
  • Obituaries: Peter H. Marris, Jeanne Clare Ridley, Marvin Bernard Sussman

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  • High School Sociology on the Endangered Species List in Michigan (Denise Reiling & David Kinney)
  • Candidates for the 2008 ASA Election
  • Plans and Outcomes: Data from Phase II of the BA-and-Beyond Survey
  • Vantage Point: To Leave No Child Behind Requires Social Science Discipline
  • 2008 Annual Meeting - Space for Other Activities
  • Nominate Colleagues for Major ASA Awards Online
  • A Perfect Storm: The Jena Six from a Sociohistorical Perspective (Juan Battle)
  • Sociology at UNC Wilmington Goes Public
  • Sociologists in Research and Applied Settings: My Life as a Closet Sociologist
  • Coser Theory Award Bestowed upon Three Scholars
  • The ASA Governamce and Sections Office Announces the Creation of Two New Sections-in-Formation
  • Public Forum: AP or Not AP? That is the Question; Response to DeCesare's "AP or Not AP: That is the Question;" Erendira in American Sociology
  • Departments
  • Deaths: Robert L. Carroll
  • Obituaries: Barbara H.Kaplan, James Pinkerton; Peter Whalley