41st Annual MSSA Conference.
On the Edge of Theory and Practice: A Sociology Without Borders.
October 21-24, 2015 in Lafayette, Louisiana.
Presenting the 2014 Award Winners
2014 Stanford M. Lyman Distinguished Book
Sociocultural Systems: Principles of Structure and Change (2013. Athabasca University Press) by Frank W. Elwell.
2014 Stanford M. Lyman Memorial Scholarship
“No Taxation without Discrimination: The Racial Politics of American Property Taxes.” by Kasey Hendricks, Loyola University Chicago
2014 Undergraduate Student Paper Competition
“Who’s to Blame? Poverty Attributions as Predictors for Abortion Approval for Low-Income Women.” by Karlye Burson, Samford University
2014 Sociological Spectrum Outstanding Paper Award
“The Role of Social Networks in the Recruitment of Youth in an Islamist Organization in Pakistan.” (Sociological Spectrum 34(6): 469-288) by Akhlaq Ahmad
2014 Graduate Student Paper of Distinction
“No Taxation without Discrimination: The Racial Politics of American Property Taxes.” by Kasey Hendricks, American Bar Association & Loyola University – Chicago, Leighton Kenji Vila, Virginia Polytechnic & State University, and Louise Seamster, Duke University.
Promoting Excellence in Teaching, Research, and Service.
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