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American Sociological Association: Alcohol, Drugs and Tobacco Section Awards
The recipient should have completed their Ph.D. in the previous five years and be a member of the Section. This award will be based on accomplishments such as publications and grants; however, an outstanding publication may be sufficient for a recent Ph.D. The recipient should also demonstrate an independent line of research.
Kathryn Nowotny firstname.lastname@example.org
The recipient should be a member of the Section. This award will be based on accomplishments such as publications and grants and overall contributions to the sociology of alcohol, drugs, and tobacco.
Ellen Benoit email@example.com
This award recognizes excellence in graduate student research in the sociology of alcohol, drugs, and tobacco. To be eligible, students must be currently enrolled in a graduate sociology program and not have earned a degree at the time of submission. Students may submit one scholarly paper for consideration. It may be an unpublished manuscript, an article submitted or accepted for publication, or a single chapter from a thesis or dissertation, and should address a theoretical or empirical problem central to the study of alcohol, drugs, and tobacco.
Wendy Chapkis CHAPKIS@USM.MAINE.EDU
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL NOMINEES MUST BE REGISTERED MEMBERS OF THE ASA
TO BE CONSIDERED FOR SECTION AWARDS