[CITASA] Remainder call for nominations CITASA AWARDS

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Sun Jan 24 11:54:38 EST 2010


LAST MINUTE REMAINDER
DEADLINE APPROACHING 

Call for Nominations
1. CITASA William F. Ogburn Career Achievement Award
2. CITASA Paper Award
3. CITASA Student Paper Award
4. CITASA Book AWARd
5. CITASA Public Sociology Award
See Descriptions below

 
Section on Communication and Information Technologies (CITASA)

American Sociological Association


DEADLINE: February 7, 2010

Nominations should be sent directly to the Chair of the relevant award
committee. Self- nominations are welcome.

 

CITASA William F. Ogburn Career Achievement Award

Recognizes a sustained body of research that has provided an outstanding
contribution to the advancement

of knowledge in the area of sociology of communications or the sociology
of information technology.

Committee Chair:

Barry Wellman, University of Toronto. (wellman at chass.utoronto.ca),

Members: Anabel Quan-Haase (University of Western Ontario)

Keith Hampton, (University of Pennsylvania).

 

CITASA Paper Award

 Recognizes an outstanding published paper or book chapter related to the
sociology of communications

or the sociology of information technology. Submissions must be in English
and published within the two calendar years prior to the award nomination
deadline.

 There are no limitations on length. Authors do not need to be members of
ASA or CITASA.

Committee Chair:

Karine Barzilai-Nahon, University of Washington. karineb at u.washington.edu

Members: Gina Neff  (University of Washington); Phil Howard (University of
Washington)

 

Student Paper Award

Recognizes a published or unpublished paper/book chapter, or the design or
use of a communication or information technology that provides an
exceptional contribution to the sociology of communications or the
sociology of information technology.  The award is open to students in
other disciplines than sociology.  Students do not need to be members of
ASA or CITASA. Authorship: Books, chapters, articles, papers and computing
applications may have multiple authors. In the case of student-faculty
collaborations, the student must be the lead or senior author. Authors need
not have a degree in sociology or be in a sociology department to be
considered for an award. Submissions must be in English and written within
the two calendar years prior to the award deadline for nominations. There
are no limitations on length.

Committee Chair:

Eszter Hargittai (Chair) , Northwestern University,
citasastudentaward at hargittai.com
Members: Shelia Cotten, University of Alabama - Birmingham
Lee Humphreys, Cornell University

 

Book Award

CITASA Book Award recognizes an outstanding book related to the sociology
of communications or the sociology of information technology.

Submissions must be in English and published within the two calendar years
prior to the award presentation.

There are no limitations on length. Single author, multiple author and
edited books are eligible. Authors do not need to be members of ASA or
CITASA.

Committee Chair:

 Lori Kendall (University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign) 
loriken at illinois.edu

Members: Coye Cheshire (University of California-Berkeley),

Mary Gray (Indiana University)

Daniel Menchik, (University of Chicago)

 

CITASA AWARD for Public Sociology

CITASA Award for Public Sociology recognizes a specific achievement in
teaching,

the development or the use of a communication or information technology,
or the dissemination of knowledge that advances

 public understanding or engagement with the sociology of communications
or the sociology of information technology.

Committee Chair

Jim Witte, (George Mason University), jwitte at gmu.edu

Members: David Hachen, University of Notre Dame
 Hiroshio Ono, Texas A&M

 




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