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Award-Winning Articles

Social Problems' standing as a leading publication is reinforced by the articles that go on to win awards and prizes.


Flirting with Capital: Negotiating Perceptions of Pan-Asian Ascendency and Western Decline in Global Sex Work

Kimberly Kay Hoang

Volume 61, Issue 4 (2014)

  • American Sociological Association - Global and Transnational Best Scholarly Article
  • American Sociological Association - Asia and Asia America Research Paper Award (Honorable Mention)

 

Race, Space, and Cumulative Disadvantage: A Case Study of the Subprime Lending Collapse

Jacob S. Rugh, Len Albright, Douglas S. Massey

Volume 62, Issue 2 (2015)

  • Law and Society Association - John Hope Franklin Award
  • Society for the Study of Social Problems, Division on Racial and Ethnic Minorities - Kimberle Crenshaw Outstanding Paper Award

 

How to Fight Without Rules: On Civilized Violence in “De-Civilized” Spaces

Neil Gong

Volume 62, Issue 4 (2015)

  • American Sociological Association - Body and Embodiment Best Publication Award

 

Legitimating Contexts, Immigrant Power, and Exclusionary Actions

Kim Ebert, Dina Okamoto

Volume 62, Issue 1 (2015)

  • American Sociological Association - International Migration’s Louis Wirth Best Article Award

 

Subject to Change Without Notice: Mock Schedules and Flexible Employment in the United States

Brian W. Halpin

Volume 62, Issue 3 (2015)

  • American Sociological Association - Labor and Labor Movements Distinguished Student Paper Award

 

Marrying Ain’t Hard When You Got A Union Card? Labor Union Membership and First Marriage

Daniel Schneider, Adam Reich

Volume 61, Issue 4 (2014)

  • American Sociological Association - Labor and Labor Movements Distinguished Scholarly Article Award

 

The 'State' of Equal Employment Opportunity Law and Managerial Gender Diversity

Julie A. Kmec, Sheryl L. Skaggs

Volume 61, Issue 4 (2014)

  • Center for Families at Purdue University and the Boston College Center for Work and Family – 2015 Kanter Award

 

Biopolitical Citizenship in the Immigration Adjudication Process

Sarah Morando Lakhani, Stefan Timmermans

Volume 61, Issue 3 (2014)

  • Section on Law of the American Sociological Association -  2015 Distinguished Article Award (Honorable Mention)




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