CALL FOR PAPERS FOR THE AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION MEETINGS -- August 16-19, 2002, Chicago Illinois
The full Call for Papers has now been mailed to ASA members; it is also on the ASA website below.
PAPERS MUST BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY VIA THE ASA WEBSITE. THE ONLINE SUBMISSION SYSTEM WILL OPEN ON NOV. 20.
THE DEADLINE FOR ALL SUBMISSIONS IS JANUARY 10, 2002.
Papers are limited to 20 double-spaced pages, including footnotes, tables, and bibliographies.
Authors may submit one or more separate papers, provided submitting authors understand that current participation policies prohibit more than 2 presentations on the final program.
Dual submissions: Papers may be submitted to no more than 2 organizers; authors choosing to make dual submission must indicate first and second organizer preference.
SESSIONS BEING ORGANIZED BY THE SECTION ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH
Roundtables (refereed; open in topic; one hour session)
ORGANIZER: Anita Garey, University of Connecticut, email@example.com
Theorizing Childhoods and Families: Convergence and Divergence
CO-ORGANIZERS: Barrie Thorne, Univ. of California, Berkely firstname.lastname@example.org and Scott Coltrane, Univ. of California,
Children/Youth, Culture, and Consumption
ORGANIZER: Nicholas Sammond, Washington Univ., St. Louis email@example.com
In addition two Regular Sessions (designated by the Program Committee) directly focus on the sociology of children and youth:
ORGANIZER: Alex Piquero, University of Florida, firstname.lastname@example.org
ORGANIZER: Grace Kao, University of Pennsylvania, email@example.com
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