Information for Students
INTERESTED IN A SOCIOLOGY CAREER?
Check the ASA job bank for jobs in Theory. Search for the keyword "theory"
The American Sociological Association has compiled helpful guides for students interested in pursuing a career in sociology, or in exploring the career options available to those with a degree in sociology.
ASA also has useful teaching & learning resources for graduate students and undergraduates
"Education is healthy when people themselves are in a healthy state; but it becomes corrupt with them, being unable to modify itself... Education, therefore, can be reformed only if society itself is reformed. To do that, the evil from which it suffers must be attacked at its source."
The section welcomes participation from students at the undergraduate and graduate level interested in the role, use, and value of sociological theory. ASA student membership is relatively cheap and comes with many benefits.
The benefits of joining ASA sections in your interest areas relate to the value of sociological specialties. As sociologists develop their interests in different ways, they pursue diverse specialty subjects within the field as a whole. Sections are also represented at the annual meeting.