The American Sociological Association (ASA), founded in 1905, is a non-profit membership association dedicated to advancing sociology as a scientific discipline and profession serving the public good. With 12,000 members, ASA encompasses sociologists who are faculty members at colleges and universities, researchers, practitioners, and students. About 20 percent of the members work in government, business, or non-profit organizations. ASA hosts an annual meeting with more than 6,000 participants and publishes 14 professional journals and magazines.
As the national organization for sociologists, ASA, through its Executive Office, is well positioned to provide a unique set of services to its members and to promote the vitality, visibility, and diversity of the discipline. Working at the national and international levels, ASA aims to articulate policy and implement programs likely to have the broadest possible impact for sociology now and in the future.
Contemporary Sociology publishes reviews and critical discussions of recent works in sociology and related disciplines that merit the attention of sociologists. Since not all sociological publications can be reviewed, a selection is made to reflect important trends and issues in the field.
|Yasemin Besen-Cassino||Montclair State University|
|Kristen Barber||Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, USA|
|Debbie Becher||Barnard College|
|Kelsy Burke||University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA|
|Carson Byrd||University of Louisville, USA|
|Kate Cairns||Rutgers University-Camden|
|Soma Chaudhuri||Michigan State University|
|Elizabeth Cherry||Manhattanville College, USA|
|Wendy M. Christensen||William Paterson University|
|Caitlyn Collins||Washington University in Saint Louis|
|Christopher Donoghue||Montclair State University|
|Waverly Duck||University of Pittsburgh|
|Lorena Garcia||University of Illinois at Chicago|
|Leslie R. Hinkson||Georgetown University|
|Peter R. Ikeler||SUNY-Old Westbury|
|Arne L. Kalleberg||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA|
|Minjeong Kim||San Diego State University|
|Kristen Shultz Lee||University at Buffalo-SUNY|
|Bernadette Ludwig||Wagner College|
|Neda Maghbouleh||University of Toronto, Canada|
|Cynthia Miller-Idriss||American University|
|Kumiko Nemoto||Kyoto University of Foreign Studies|
|Marjukka Ollilainen||Weber State University, USA|
|Tracy E. Ore||Saint Cloud State University, USA|
|Josh Pacewicz||Brown University|
|Raka Ray||University of California-Berkeley|
|Jenny Reardon||University of California-Santa Cruz|
|Beth Redbird||Northwestern University|
|Adam D. Reich||Columbia University|
|Baker A. Rogers||Georgia Southern University, USA|
|Rachel Skaggs||Ohio State University|
|CalvinJohn Smiley||Hunter College|
|Jamie M Sommer||University of South Florida|
|Jenny M. Stuber||University of North Florida|
|Amy Elizabeth Traver||CUNY Queensborough Community College|
|LaTonya Trotter||Vanderbilt University, USA|
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