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Check out the latest Publicizer featuring an essay by Joyce A. Miller on Cultural Intelligence, updates on our members activities, and more.
The latest issue of the Publicizer Summer 2015 is here. Enjoy!
SUBMIT BY MAY 15TH 2013 FOR SUMMER ISSUE to newsletter editor Chelsea Starr <chelseastarr at gmail.com> Short articles on your research, work, graduate programs Essays on public sociology Book publication announcements Member news: promotions, moves, grants, new projects, awards Conference … Continue reading →
Download the latest edition of our newsletter, The Publicizer (pdf), edited by Chelsea Starr. This issue includes a directory of sociology on the web, highlights of the 2012 ASA meetings, and news and notes about the work of our members.
The Applied Research and Education Center (AREC) at Indiana University Southeast helped a local public Library win the American Library Association’s Carroll Preston Baber Research Grant. AREC will conduct the survey research that will help the library better understand why … Continue reading →
Harry Perlstadt, Dept of Sociology, Michigan State University gave a powerpoint presentation entitled “A Sociological Perspective on Human Research Protections: The Enforcement of Social Mores” at Quest for Research Excellence, Office of Research Integrity Conference on Research Integrity, Washington DC … Continue reading →
The Association of Applied and Clinical Sociology will be meeting in Milwaukee October 4 – 6. Dr. William Julius Wilson will be is the Keynote Speaker. Dr. Sheldon Ekland-Olson and Dr. Stephen Richard are also featured plenary speakers. Those interested … Continue reading →
Section member Henry Brownstien and colleagues have recently released research on illicit drug markets in Criminal Justice Policy Review and Contexts. See below for citations and abstracts. Brownstein, H.H., T.M. Mulch, B.G. Taylor, J. Fernandes-Huessy, & D. Woods. 2012. “The … Continue reading →
Distributive Justice and Fair Exchange: How to find and use social standards ISBN 978-089-370251-1 Section member Emanuel Smikun, PhD, is the founder of American Social Indicators (www.socialindicators.org) that supports a database of indicators of distributive social justice for status groups … Continue reading →
Strengthening Relationships through Community-Based Action Research: Exploring Family-Staff Tensions in an Organization Serving People with Intellectual Disabilities
Jennifer Chernega, PhD, Winona State University Jay Palmer, PhD, Winona State University In August 2010, faculty and emeriti from Winona State University in Winona, MN met to form an applied research group, intent on serving the needs of non-profit organizations … Continue reading →