ASR study on “Citizenship and Punishment” on NPR

NPR’s report on Purdue University sociologist Michael T. Light’s October American Sociological Review study, “Citizenship and Punishment: The Salience of National Membership in U.S. Criminal Courts,” aired this morning around 5:30 a.m. ET. The study, whose co-authors include the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Michael Massoglia and Ohio State University’s Ryan D. King, found that non-Americans in […]

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ASA Annual Meeting Concerns

Some ASA members have signed a petition asking Council to review its policies about the timing and location of Annual Meetings and the cost of attending. A subcommittee of Council has been formed to bring recommendations to Council at its winter 2015 meeting. We encourage additional member input here; the petition is at www.change.org/p/american-sociological-association-more-inclusive-scheduling-of-annual-meetings

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