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Visit SAGE and Pine Forge at booth #709 at American Sociological Association in Atlanta, GA!
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Please join us for the first annual SAGE Public Sociology Community reception.

When: Monday, August 16th from 5-7pm (during ASA convention)

Where: SEAR, a restaurant in the Marriott Marquis (one of the official ASA hotels)

What: Reception to kick off the SAGE Public Sociology Community. Cocktails and light fare will be served. We will hear briefly from Corey Dolgon and Chris Baker, the authors of the highly anticipated first edition Social Problems: A Service Learning Approach.

Are you interested in the public sociology movement in particular or service learning and civic engagement in general? We are pleased to invite you to join the SAGE and Pine Forge Public Sociology Community. We believe that public sociology represents an exciting convergence of socially relevant research and scholarship with fresh, action-based teaching strategies. At their best, these trends promise to reinvigorate sociological practice and engage new generations of students with a sociology that makes a difference.

Please RSVP to by August 6th.


Come by the booth to see the following titles and many more on display

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SAGE and Pine Forge Teaching Innovations & Professional Development Award

Together with several of its authors (in particular Jeanne Ballantine and Keith Roberts) and editors, SAGE and Pine Forge created this award in 2007 to help graduate students and pre-tenure faculty attend the annual American Sociological Association pre-conference on Preparing Future Faculty. Now in its fourth year, 53 award winners have been named.

2008 award winner Ana Villalobos, a Ph.D. candidate at University of California, Berkeley, wrote to say

“THANK YOU SO MUCH for funding me to attend the pre-conference on teaching, which was the single BEST experience I've ever had regarding my sociology teaching.”

In 2008, SAGE and Pine Forge’s contributions were recognized by the ASA’s Section on Teaching & Learning in Sociology for ‘providing extraordinary service to the discipline of sociology and to the enhancement of teaching and learning sociology.’

To learn more, please visit

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Select ASA Journals now available on SAGE Journals Online

Don't forget that 6 journals from the American Sociological Association are now available on SAGE Journals Online. Visit each journal online today by clicking below!


Or visit the portal page and bookmark it for quick reference:

Current ASA members: log in to the Member Portal at using your ASA ID and password for online access to your ASA journals.

Visit the ASA online at for more information on benefits of membership—members who subscribe to two or more print journals receive all ASA journals online.

New in 2011!
Society and Mental Health
Official journal of the ASA Section on the Sociology of Mental Health

Society and Mental Health will publish original and innovative peer-reviewed research and theory articles that link social structure and sociocultural processes with mental health and illness in society. It will also provide an outlet for sociologically relevant research and theory articles that are produced in other disciplines and subfields concerned with issues related to mental health and illness. The aim of the journal is to advance knowledge in the sociology of mental health and illness by publishing the leading work that highlights the unique perspectives and contributions that sociological research and theory can make to our understanding of mental health and illness in society.

Submit your article online with SAGETRACK!

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Search All SAGE Sociology Journals Today

Visit the next generation of SAGE Journals Online and start exploring all SAGE sociology journals, including these highly ranked* and respected journals:

  • Body and Society: ranked 71/114 (IF: 0.652), published in association with the TCS Centre at Nottingham Trent University
  • Current Sociology: ranked 69/114 (IF: 0.674), published on behalf of the International Sociological Association
  • Sociology: ranked 18/114 (IF: 1.455), published in association with British Sociological Association
  • Race and Class: ranked 61/114 (IF: 0.750), published in association with the Institute of Race Relations
  • Acta Sociologica: ranked 31/114 (IF: 1.268), the journal of the Nordic Sociological Association
  • Gender & Society: ranked 26/114 (IF: 1.339), published on behalf of Sociologists for Women in Society
  • Work, Employment & Society: ranked 24/114 (IF: 1.348), published on behalf of the British Sociological Association

Conduct your own advanced search today across these titles and more.

*2009 Journal Citation Reports®, Sociology subject category (Thomson Reuters, 2010)

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