Jessie Bernard Award

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The Jessie Bernard Award is given by the American Sociological Association in recognition of scholarly work that has enlarged the horizons of sociology to encompass fully the role of women in society. The contribution may be in empirical research, theory or methodology. It is presented for significant cumulative work done throughout a professional career, and is open to women or men and is not restricted to sociologists."

ASA Jessie Bernard Award was originally a biennial award for career and/or publication, and is now annual. The award is named after Jessie Bernard.

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The Award was originally a biennial award for career and/or publication, and is now annual.

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