Past Recipients

CITAMS William F. Ogburn Career Achievement Award

2015 William Grant Blank, Oxford Internet Institute

2014  William Dutton, Oxford Internet Institute

2013 Judy Wajcman, The London School of Economics and Political Science

2012 Ron Anderson, Professor Emeritus, University of Minnesota

2011 James E. Katz, Rutgers University

2010 John Robinson, University of Maryland

2009 Elihu Katz, Annenberg School of Communication and the Hebrew University

2008 William Sims Bainbridge, National Science Foundation

2007 David Lyon, Queen’s University

2006 Manuel Castells, University of Southern California

2004 Barry Wellman, University of Toronto

2003 Caroline Hodges Persell, New York University

CITAMS Public Sociology Award

2015 Jessie Daniels, Hunter College, CUNY

2014 Zeynep Tufekci, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

2013 Shelia R. Cotten, University of Alabama, Birmingham

2012 Lisa Wade and Gwen Sharp for their work creating and maintaining the Sociological Images blog.

2011 Lee Rainie, Pew Research Center

2010 danah boyd, Microsoft Research and Berkman Center

2009 Peter Kollock, University of California at Los Angeles

2008 Michael Macy, Cornell University

2007 Keith Hampton, University of Pennsylvania

2006 Marc Smith, Microsoft Research

2005 Stephen P. Borgatti, Boston College

2004 Earl Babbie, Chapman University

2002 Robert Wood, Rutgers University

Prior to 2008 this award was for teaching or the design of a computer application.

CITAMS Book Award

2015 Susan Crawford, Harvard Law School, The Telecom Industry and Monopoly Power in the New Gilded Age

2014 Lee Rainie, Pew Research Center and Barry Wellman, University of Toronto,  Networked: The New Social Operating System

2013 Gina Neff, University of Washington, Venture Labor
Yuri Takhteyev, University of Toronto, Coding Places

2012 Leah Lievrouw, UCLA, Alternative and Activist New Media (Polity, 2011)

2011 Pablo Boczkowski, Northwestern University, News at Work: Imitation in an Age of Information Abundance (University of Chicago Press, 2010).

2010 Guobin Yang, Barnard College, Columbia University, The Power of the Internet in China Citizen Activism Online (Columbia University Press, 2009).

2009 Tarleton Gillespie, Cornell University, Wired Shut: Copyright and the Shape of Digital Culture. (MIT Press, 2007)

2008 Yochai Benkler, Harvard University, The Wealth Of Networks: How Social Production Tranforms Markets and Freedom (2006, Yale University Press)

2008 Fred Turner, Stanford University (Special Mention), From Counterculture to Cyberculture. (2006) Chicago University Press

2007 Andrew Chadwick, University of London, Internet Politics (2006)

2006 Philip Howard, University of Washington, New Media Campaigns and the Managed Citizen(2006)

2005 Paul Starr, Princeton University, The Creation of the Media (2004)

CITAMS Paper Award

2015 Keith Hampton, Rutgers University; Lauren Sessions Goulet, Facebook; and Garret Albanesius, University of Pennsylvania. “Change in the social life of urbanpublic spaces: The rise of mobilephones and women, and the declineof aloneness over 30 years.” Urban Studies 52(8): 1489-1504.

2014 Christopher Bail. 2012. “The Fringe Effect: Civil Society Organizations and the Evolution of Media Discourse about Islam since the September 11th Attacks.” ASR 77(6): 855-879.

2013 Shelley Boulianne. 2011. “Stimulating or Reinforcing Political Interest: Using Panel Data to Examine Reciprocal Effects Between News Media and Political Interest.”

2012 Robert Ackland and Mathieu O’Neil. 2011. “Online collective identity: The case of the environmental movement.” Social Networks, 33(3): 177-190.

2011 Hampton, Keith N., University of Pennsylvania, Oren Livio, University of Pennsylvania, and Lauren Sessions Goulet, University of Pennsylvania. “The Social Life of Wireless Urban Spaces: Internet Use, Social Networks, and the Public Realm,” Journal of Communication 60: 701-722. (2010)

2010 James Evans, University of Chicago, “Electronic Journals and the Narrowing of Science and Scholarship,” Science 321: 395-399. (2008)

2009 Hargittai, E., Gallo, J. & Kane, M.Y. (2008). “Cross-Ideological Discussions among Conservative and Liberal Bloggers.” Public Choice. 134(1-2):67-86.

2008 Paul Leonardi, Northwestern University

2007 Laura Robinson, University of Southern California

2006 Fred Turner, Stanford University

2005 Daniel Beunza, Unversitat Pompeu Fabra and David Stark, Columbia University

2005 Siobhan O’Mahony, Harvard Business School

CITAMS Student Paper / Application Award

2015 Christine Larson, Stanford University. “Live publishing: the onstage redeployment of journalistic authority.” Media Culture and Society 37(3): 440-459.

2014 Angèle Christin, Princeton University, “Counting Clicks: Commensuration in Online Journalism in the United States and France”

2013 Jeffrey Lane, Princeton University, “Code Switching on the Digital Street”

2012 Ya-Wen Lei – “Institutional-social Embeddedness of the Public Sphere: Media, Law, Networks, and the Heterogeneous Development of the Public Sphere in China”

2011 Dmitry Epstein, Cornell University, “Who’s Responsible for the Digital Divide? Public Perceptions and Policy Implications.” co-authored with Erik Nisbet and Tarleton Gillespie. The Information Society 27(2), 92-104. (2011)

2010 Lauren F. Sessions, University of Pennsylvania, “How offline gatherings affect online commiunities: When virtual community members meetup”

2009 Daniel A. Menchik and Xiaoli Tian, University of Chicago, “Putting Social Context into Text: The Semiotics of E-mail Interaction.” American Journal of Sociology 114(2): 332-370. (2008).

2008 Steven G. Hoffman, Northwestern University
2008 Alison Powell, Concordia University

2007 Lee Humphreys, University of Pennsylvania

2006 Sara Nephew, Princeton University

2005 Laura Robinson, UCLA (paper)

2005 Sean Zehnder, Northwestern University (software)

2004 Jeffrey Boase, University of Toronto

2003 Tracy Kennedy and Kristine Klement, University of Toronto

2002 Julian Dierkes, University of British Columbia

2001 Eszter Hargittai, (1999). “Weaving the Western Web: Explaining Differences in Internet Connectivity Among OECD Countries.” Telecommunications Policy, 23(10/11), 701-718.
















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