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From a study on the impact of racial resentment on political ideology to analysis of issues including minority college admissions, the success of lying demagogues, and public opposition to “religious freedom” laws, the most downloaded sociological research published in the American Sociological Association’s journals in 2018 spanned a wide range of topics and social concerns.
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- Recipients of the 2018 ASA Awards
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- A Year of ASA Advocacy Activities
- A Tribute to Neil Smelser, 88th President of the American Sociological Association
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- 2018 ASA Annual Meeting Tours in Philadel
- Recipients of 2019 ASA Awards: Cox-Johnson-Frazier Award (Sandra Barnes); Distinguished Career Award for the Practice of Sociology (Eric Wanner); Distinguished Contributions to Teaching Award (William Frey); Distinguished Scholarly Book Award (Nichole Gonzalez Van Cleve for Crook County: Racism and Injustice in America's Largest Criminal Court); Excellence in the Reporting of Social Issues Award (Eric Deggans, NPR); Jessie Bernard Award
Using concepts associated with effectively maintained inequality theory and horizontal stratification, the authors ask whether the private-public dividing line is a “threshold of consequence” for early-career market entry. To address this empirically, the authors use a novel LinkedIn data set to analyze job pathways for the graduating class of 2016 from the top 25 private and top 25 public universities in the United States.