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ASA Press Releases - 2007


DECEMBER

December 14, 2007
Obesity Leads to More Hospital Admissions and Longer Stays Read more...

December 13, 2007
Obesity Leads to More Hospital Admissions and Longer Stays Read more...

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NOVEMBER

November 30, 2007
Surveys of British and American Employees Conclude Women Must Work Harder Read more...

November 29, 2007
New Sociological Research Finds Americans Couch Feelings About Race in the “Happy Talk” of Diversity-Speak Read more...

November 14, 2007
ASA and ACLU Rebuke U.S. Government for Denying South African Scholar’s Visa Read more...

November 7, 2007
Opting Out: Why Professional Married Mothers Choose to Leave Successful Careers Read more...

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OCTOBER

October 28, 2007
Socio-Economic and Disaster Experts Available to Comment on Southern California Wildfires Read more...

October 17, 2007
Sociologists and Social Scientists are Set to Make Waves on Climate Change Research Read more...

October 16, 2007
New Report on Race, Ethnicity, and U.S. Criminal Justice Read more...

October 3, 2007
New Sociological Research Shows Mistaken Racial Identification Causes Emotional Strain Read more...

October 1, 2007
Male Adolescent Athletes More Likely to Be Aggressors Read more...

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SEPTEMBER

September 25, 2007
American Sociological Association Files Complaint Against the U.S. Government for Excluding Prominent South African Scholar Adam Habib From the United States Read more...

September 20, 2007
Sociological Experts Available to Comment on "Jena 6" March Read more...

September 19, 2007
Those Who Stay in School Remain Healthier Read more...

September 19, 2007
Early Childbirth Linked to Poor Health in Middle Age Read more...

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AUGUST

August 28, 2007
2007 Annual Meeting Sparks Media Frenzy in NYC Read more...

August 10, 2007
Political Ideology May Be the Cause of the U.S. Government’s Failure to Admit World-Renowned Scholar Adam Habib to Participate in the 2007 ASA Annual Meeting Read more...

August 8, 2007>
New Study: Hispanics’ Drug Use Rises With Acculturation Read more...

August 3, 2007
How Can America Compete in Science and Engineering? Read more...

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JULY

July 31, 2007
Over 600 Innovative Social Science Topics to Be Presented at the 2007 ASA Annual Meeting in New York City Read more...

July 30, 2007
New Sociological Study Shows Blacks Who Kill Whites are Most Likely to be Executed Read more...

July 26, 2007
Sociologist Available to Comment on Reasons the U.S. Entered the Iraq War Read more...

July 23, 2007
New Sociological Research Shows Obese Girls Less Likely to Attend College Read more...

July 17, 2007
New Sociological Research Shows that Lowering the Weight of SAT Scores in Admission Decisions Could Eliminate the Need for Affirmative Action Read more...

July 10, 2007
Former Chilean President Ricardo Lagos to Give Opening Address at ASA Annual Meeting in New York City Read more...

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JUNE

June 29, 2007
Sociology Exhibited on Capitol Hill at NSF-Focused Event Read more...

June 26, 2007
Science and Technology Frontiers to Come Alive at Capitol Hill Exhibition Read more...

June 8, 2007
Research Probes Seniors' Plans for End-of-Life Care Read more...

June 4, 2007
Neighborhood Segregation Influences Hispanics' Health Read more...

June 4, 2007
Depressed People Have More to Gain from Marriage Read more...

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MAY

May 24, 2007
Nation Building is Key to Defeating Insurgents in Iraq Read more...

May 23, 2007
New Study Finds Sperm Donors Valued Less Than Egg Donors Read more...

May 18, 2007
ASA Holds Hill Briefing on Military Read more...

May 14, 2007
MEDIA ADVISORY: Invitation to Senate Briefing on Social and Cultural Influences on the Military Read more...

May 7, 2007
MEDIA ADVISORY: Social Science Disaster Experts Available to Comment on Kansas Tornado Tragedy Read more...

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APRIL

April 19, 2007
Statement of the ASA Regarding the April 16, 2007, Tragic Events at Virginia Tech University Read more...

April 16, 2007
MEDIA ADVISORY: Reaction to Deadliest Campus Shooting in U.S. History Read more...

April 10, 2007
MEDIA ADVISORY: Reaction to Rutgers' Basketball Team Press Conference Read more...

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March

March 28, 2007
Single Parents' Frequency of Changing Partners Affects Children's Behavior Read more...

March 13, 2007
Middle-Aged Adults Most Likely to Use Complementary Medicine, According to Study in ASA's Journal of Health and Social Behavior Read more...

March 13, 2007
Middle-Aged Adults Most Likely to Use Complementary Medicine, According to Study in ASA's Journal of Health and Social Behavior Read more...

March 13, 2007
MEDIA ADVISORY: Sociological Research Expert Available to Comment on Innovation in Engineering Curriculum Read more...

March 7, 2007
MEDIA ADVISORY: Sociological Research Expert Available to Comment on Innovation in Engineering Curriculum Read more...

March 6, 2007
ASA Calls for the Discontinuation of the Use of Native American Nicknames, Logos and Mascots in Sport Read more...

March 5, 2007
MEDIA ADVISORY: "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Goes to Court Read more...

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FEBRUARY

February 28, 2007
"Killer" Video Games Do Not Produce Killer Kids Read more...

February 23, 2007
The Connection Between Immigration and Crime Read more...

February 22, 2007
Holly G. Prigerson et al.'s JAMA Article Makes Headlines Read more...

February 9, 2007
Adoptive Parents Invest as Much in Raising Children as Biological Parents Do Read more...

February 6, 2007
Immigration Slows Rate of Racial and Ethnic Intermarriages in United States Read more...

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JANUARY

January 31, 2007
MEDIA ADVISORY: Reaction to Iraq Violence Read more...

January 23, 2007
MEDIA ADVISORY: Reaction to State of the Union Address Read more...

January 16, 2007
MEDIA ADVISORY: The Future of Cuba Read more...

January 11, 2007
MEDIA ADVISORY: Reaction to President Bush Speech on Boosting Troop Strength in Iraq Read more...

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