This year’s CITASA awards have been announced! CITASA is the Communications and Information Technology section of the American Sociological Association. It gathers together more than 300 sociologists interested in the ways groups of people make use of computation and networks. This year the line up is uniformly high quality scholarship about the nature of societies that increasingly rely upon information technology.
You are welcome to join the CITASA Business Meeting on Aug 8 from 9:30-10:10am at the Parc 55 Hotel where the recipients will be presented with their awards. A description of the awards and list of past recipients can be found on the CITASA website: http://citasa.org/awards
2009 CITASA Student Paper Award
Daniel A. Menchik and Xiaoli Tian (University of Chicago)
Putting Social Context into Text: The Semiotics of E-mail Interaction. American Journal of Sociology 114(2): 332-370. (2008).
Committee members: Zeynep Tufekci (Chair), Lori Kendall, and Anabel Quan-Haase
2009 CITASA Award for Public Sociology
Peter Kollock (University of California at Los Angeles)
Committee members: Michael Macy (Chair), Marc Smith, Keith Hampton
2009 CITASA Paper Award
Eszter Hargitta, Jason Gallo, and Matthew Kane (Northwestern University)
Cross-ideological discussions among conservative and liberal bloggers. Public Choice 134: 67-86. (2008).
Lori Kendall (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
How do issues of gender and sexuality influence the structures and process of qualitative internet research? pp. 99-118. In Internet Inquiry: Conversations about method, Annette Markham and Nancy Baym (eds). Los Angeles: Sage (2008).
Committee members: Hiroshi Ono (Chair), Rich Ling, and Bernie Hogan
2009 CITASA Book Award
Tarleton Gillespie (Cornell University). (MIT Press, 2007).
Committee members: Leslie Shade (Chair), Marc Smith, and Alison Powell
2009 CITASA William F. Ogburn Career Achievement Award
Elihu Katz (University of Pennsylvania)
Committee members: Anabel Quan-Haase (Co-Chair), Barry Wellman (Co-Chair), and Keith Hampton
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