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The American Sociological Association, founded in 1905 as the American Sociological Society, is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the discipline and profession of sociology. Most members work in academia, but about 20% work in government, business, or non-profit organizations.
- written works: "Directory of Members, 1988", "Annual Proceedings, 1982", "1983 Annual Proceedings", "1984 Annual Proceedings", "Social problems and social processes", "American Sociological Association Style Guide", "Race and culture contacts", "Asa Style Guide", "1990 Biographical Directory of Members", "Human side of social planning", "Code of professional ethics", "The family", "Sociology today; problems and prospects"
- official website: www.asanet.org
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Pioneering Lives From Ancient Times to the Mid-20th Century by Marilyn Ogilvie, Joy Harvey
Honors and memberships: American Sociological Association, Fellow; American Statistical Association, president; Population Association of America, vice- president; U.N. World Population Conference (1966); Smith College, honorary LL .
by Marilyn Bailey Ogilvie, Joy Dorothy Harvey
Honors and memberships: American Sociological Association, Fellow; American Statistical Association, president; Popidation Association of America, vice- president; U.N. World Population Conference (1966); Smith College, honorary LL .
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