Through the Social Problems Looking Glass: A Festschrift in Honor of Dorothy Pawluch View Full Text


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DATE

2022-04-19

AUTHORS

Michael Adorjan, Malcolm Spector

ABSTRACT

This introduction serves to set the stage for a special issue of The American Sociologist, a festschrift in honour of the career and ongoing influence of Dorothy Pawluch. A festschrift is a collection of reflections in honor of a scholar, and this issue includes reflections of how Dorothy Pawluch came to inspire, through her teaching and supervisory guidance, a particular legacy that continues to inform her former students, their own students, and the wider academic community. The festschrift also includes papers which have the goal of advancing social problems theory and taking constructionism in new, exciting directions. As such, they are also geared to honor Dorothy’s career. While readers will no doubt be reminded by many of the contributors about the huge impact of Dorothy’s influential article, Ontological Gerrymandering, written with Stephen Woolgar, what also shines through are recollections of Dorothy’s kindness, altruism, and general decency. More... »

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132-140

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