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2013 OOW section membership drive for ASA

As some of our readers may know, the American Sociological Association (ASA) assigns section presentation slots for the annual meeting based on section membership numbers. As a result, sections may scramble at the year’s end to recruit section members to meet these targeted numbers.  In short, more members = more presentation slots. ASA section Organizations, […]
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