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  1. SAN Terms and Conditions

    SAN Terms and Conditions Agreement

     

    The following Terms and Conditions govern your use of and participation in the American Sociological Association’s Sociology Action Network (“SAN”).  Please read the following Terms and Conditions carefully before accessing and/o

  2. Exhibits and Advertising

    Exhibitors and Advertisers

    For information on exhibiting or advertising, please enter here.

    The 2019 ASA Exhibit Hall provides a great opportunity for members and attendees to meet and network with publishers, companies, and organizations showcasing their products and services. 

  3. 2019 Department Leaders Preconference

    Social Science and Social Justice: Navigating Tensions and Exploring Opportunities

    Sociologists have been debating the tensions between social science and social justice since our discipline was founded. These tensions have only heightened in a political climate where even scientific knowledge is viewed through a partisan lens. Building on last year's theme on free speech and academic freedom, the 2019 preconference will consider how sociology departments can navigate this rocky political, educational, and intellectual terrain. 

  4. Census Case Judges Cite ASA In Disallowing Citizenship Question

    In 2018, the ASA joined other organizations in filing an amicus brief against the late inclusion of a question about citizenship to the 2020 Census.  Both the New York Southern District Court and a concurring Justice on the Supreme Court noted ASA’s opposition to the inclusion of the question in their rulings, which disallowed the addition of the citizenship question and permitted the census preparation process to begin.

  5. In the News

    Deborah Carr, Boston University, was quoted in the New York Times on November 20, 2018, in an article, titled “A Cornucopia of Grandparents.”

    Charles Gallagher, LaSalle University, was interviewed by CBS news on the effects of gentrification taking place in North Philadelphia and interviewed on KWY’s Flashpoint about allegations of racism at the Philadelphia Mummer’s Parade. 

    Saida Grundy, Boston University, published an op-ed in The Atlantic titled “The Risky Business of Branding Black Pain” on September 14, 2018.

  6. Manhattan's Koreatown as a Transclave: The Emergence of a New Ethnic Enclave in a Global City

    This article critically challenges scholarship on ethnic enclaves, from Chicago School scholars to the ethnic enclave debates of the 1980s and 1990s, and introduces a new type of ethnic enclave in an era of globalization: the “transclave.” By using Manhattan's Koreatown as a case study, I define transclave as a commercialized ethnic space that exists exclusively for consumption, leisure, and entertainment, differentiating itself from traditional ethnic enclaves that offer housing and jobs for newer immigrants.

  7. Top Downloaded Articles of 2018

    The following tables show the 10 articles that were downloaded the most from January 1-December 31, 2018, on each journal's publisher platform. 

    American Sociological Review

    City & Community

    Contemporary Sociology

  8. Applications are invited for the next editor(s) of the American Sociological Review

    Omar Lizardo (University of California-Los Angeles), Rory McVeigh (University of Notre Dame), and Sarah Mustillo (University of Notre Dame) are the current editors; their term ends in December 2020. The official term for the new editor (or co-editors) would commence in January 2021 (the editorial transition will likely start in summer 2020) and is for a minimum of three years (until December 2023), with a possible reappointment of up to an additional two years.

  9. Applications are invited for the next editor(s) of Social Psychology Quarterly

    Matthew Brashears and Brent Simpson (University of South Carolina) are the current editors; their term ends in December 2020. The official term for the new editor (or co-editors) would commence in January 2021 (the editorial transition will likely start in summer 2020) and is for a minimum of three years (until December 2023), with a possible reappointment of up to an additional two years. Please send an email to publications@asanet.org by November 1, 2019, if you are considering submitting an application. 

  10. Applications are invited for the next editor(s) of Sociological Theory

    Mustafa Emirbayer (University of Wisconsin-Madison) is the current editor; his term ends in December 2020. The official term for the new editor (or co-editors) would commence in January 2021 (the editorial transition will likely start in summer 2020) and is for a minimum of three years (until December 2023), with a possible reappointment of up to an additional two years. Please send an email to publications@asanet.org by November 1, 2019, if you are considering submitting an application.