AJS

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AcronymDefinition
AJSAdministration of Justice and Security
AJSAngus and Julia Stone (band)
AJSAmerican Judicature Society
AJSAmerican Journal of Sociology
AJSAssociation for Jewish Studies
AJSAssociação Japonesa de Santos (Portuguese: Japanese Association of Santos; Brazil)
AJSAmericans for Job Security
AJSAmerican Journal of Surgery
AJSAll Japan Supermarket Association
AJSAdministration of Justice Studies
AJSAJ Stevens (motorcycles)
AJSAmerica-Japan Society
AJSAin-Jura Sécurité (French security firm)
AJSAssociation Jeunesse Solide (French: Solid Youth Association; Burkina Faso)
AJSAsian Jade Society (New York, NY)
AJSAboriginal Justice Society (Canada)
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1985), "Economic Action, Social Structure: The problem of Embeddedness", American Journal of Sociology, 91: 481-510
Burgess escribio un largo poema titulado "To Jane Addams" en Burgess Correspondance, Graham Taylor Papers, Libreria Newberry; Zeublin era residente en la Casa Hull; y Small solicito que los articulos de Addams fueran incluidos en el American Journal of Sociology como importantes contribuciones a la sociologia (Small a Addams, 14 de Octubre 1899, Box 24, Addams Papers, Swarthmore College Peace Collection).
Social Capital in the Creation of Human Capital," American journal of Sociology, (94:Suppl.
Granovetter, Mark "The Strength of Weak Ties" American Journal of Sociology 78 (1973): 1360-80.
While it is not the oldest scholarly journal of sociology in the United States, that place of pride is held by the American Journal of Sociology published by the University of Chicago Press, it does have the honor of being the journal identified in 2008 as having had the greatest impact of all sociology journals, an indication of the number of times it was cited by other relevant publications (http://sciencewatch.
See Edgar Kiser and Michael Hechter, "The Debate on Historical Sociology: Rational Choice Theory and Its Critics," The American Journal of Sociology, vol.
Raudenbush, "Systematic Social Observation of Public Spaces: A New Look at Disorder in Urban Neighborhoods," American Journal of Sociology 105, no.
Harvey Lehman in the American Journal of Sociology in 1947 compared American intellectual productivity to that of other countries in proportion to the size of their populations.
Baker, 1984, "The Social-Structure of a National Securities Market", American Journal of Sociology, 89:775-811
1985) 'Economic Action and Social Structure: The Problem of Embeddedness', American Journal of Sociology 91(3): 481-510.
The book received a considerable critical commentary upon publication with reviews in journals as diverse as International Affairs, Contemporary Sociology, American Journal of Sociology, Meanjin and Social Alternatives.
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