Advance Seminar on Sociology
Wednesday, 5th period
１．Schedule for 2018 Spring Semeser
* Senior students will make presentations on their graduation theses.
* You cannot cancel your presentation.
A presentation in an advanced seminar is the most important work in a university.
If you are absent from the session you are responsible for, you might have
Even if you are busy, it will not be taken into account.
You can exchange your session with some other student.
２．How to Study Sociology
３．How to Refer to Documents
2. How to Study Sociology
2-1. Recommended Textbooks
In order to gain an overall and introductory knowledge of sociology,
(2) Giddens, Anthony, Sociology, Polity Press
is recommended. Though very bulky, this is a very popular textbook, which
covers almost all fields of contemporary sociology.
In order to gain basic knowledge of theories of sociology,
Jones, Pip, Liz Bradbury and Shaun Le Boutillier, Introducing Social Theory,
second edition, 2011, Polity Press
Two books below are anthologies of important papers of sociology.
Calhoun et al (eds) Classical Sociological Theory (2nd ed) Blackwell Publishing
Calhoun et al (eds) Contemporary Sociological Theory (2nd ed) Blackwell Publishing
2-2. Sociological Associations
◇ 日本社会学会 The Japan Sociological Society http://www.gakkai.ne.jp/jss/
◇ American Sociological Association http://www.asanet.org/
Part of the program of the annual meeting 2012 http://www.asanet.org/documents/Day%200%20and%20Day%201.pdf
◇ British Sociological Association http://www.britsoc.co.uk/
◇ International Sociological Association http://www.isa-sociology.org/en/
◇ 関東社会学会 The Kanto Sociological Society http://kantohsociologicalsociety.jp/
◇ 早稲田社会学会 The Waseda Sociological Society http://www.waseda.jp/assoc-wss/index.html
The newest information will be learned through numerous sociological jounals.
You can read almost all journals at the library.
◇ American Journal of Sociology http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/AJS/
◇ American Soiciological Review http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/0003-1224
◇ Contemporary Sociology http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/0094-3061
◇ Sociological Methodology http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/loi/some?cookieSet=1
◇ British Journal of Sociology http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1468-4446
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３．How to Refer to Documents
- References are presented in a separate section headed “REFERENCES.” All references cited in the text must be listed in the reference section, and vice versa. Publication information for each must be complete and correct. List the references in alphabetical order by authors’ last names; include first names and middle initials for all authors when available. List two or more entries by the same author(s) in order of the year of publication. When the cited material is not yet published but has been accepted for publication, use “Forthcoming” in place of the date and give the journal name or publishing house. For dissertations and unpublished papers, cite the date and place the paper was presented and/or where it is available. If no date is available, use “n.d.” in place of the date. If two or more cited works are by the same author(s) within the same year, list them in alphabetical order by title and distinguish them by adding the letters a, b, c, etc., to the year (or to “Forthcoming”). For works with more than one author, only the name of the first author is inverted (e.g., “Jones, Arthur B., Colin D. Smith, and James Petersen”). List all authors; using “et al.” in the reference list is not acceptable. References for data sets should include a persistent identifier, such as a Digital Object Identifier (DOI). Persistent identifiers ensure future access to unique published digital objects, such as a text or data set. Persistent identifiers are assigned to data sets by digital archives, such as institutional repositories and partners in the Data Preservation Alliance for the Social Sciences (Data-PASS). Refer to the ASA Style Guide (4th ed., 2010) for additional examples:
Bernard, Claude.  1957. An Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine. Translated by H. C. Greene. New York: Dover.
- Mason, Karen O. 1974. Women’s Labor Force Participation and Fertility. Research Triangle Park, NC: National Institutes of Health.
- U.S. Bureau of the Census. 1960. Characteristics of Population. Vol. 1. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.
Goodman, Leo A. 1947a. “The Analysis of Systems of Qualitative Variables When Some of the Variables Are Unobservable. Part I?A Modified Latent Structure Approach.” American Journal of Sociology 79:1179?1259.
- Goodman, Leo A. 1947b. “Exploratory Latent Structure Analysis Using Both Identifiable and Unidentifiable Models.” Biometrika 61:215?31.
- Szelenyi, Szonja and Jacqueline Olvera. Forthcoming. “The Declining Significance of Class: Does Gender Complicate the Story?” Theory and Society.
Sampson, Robert J. 1992. “Family Management and Child Development: Insights from Social Disorganization Theory.” Pp. 63?93 in Advances in Criminology Theory. Vol. 3, Facts, Frameworks, and Forecasts, edited by J. McCord. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.
Charles, Maria. 1990. “Occupational Sex Segregation: A Log-Linear Analysis of Patterns in 25 Industrial Countries.” PhD dissertation, Department of Sociology, Stanford University, Stanford, CA.
- Web sites:
American Sociological Association. 1997. “Call for Help: Social Science Knowledge on Race, Racism, and Race Relations” (ASA Action Alert, October 15). Washington, DC: American Sociological Association. Retrieved October 15, 1997 (http://www.asanet.org/racecall.htm).
- Kao, Grace and Jennifer Thompson. 2003. “Racial and Ethnic Stratification in Educational Achievement and Attainment.” Annual Review of Sociology 29:417?42. Retrieved October 20, 2003 (http://arjournals.annualreviews.org/doi/abs/10.1146/annurev.soc.29.010202.100019).
- Data Sets:
Deschenes, Elizabeth Piper, Susan Turner, and Joan Petersilia. Intensive Community Supervision in Minnesota, 1990?1992: A Dual Experiment in Prison Diversion and Enhanced Supervised Release [Computer file]. ICPSR06849-v1. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2000. doi:10.3886/ICPSR06849.
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