DiMaggio earns theory prize
Posted August 31, 2001; 06:19 p.m.
Paul DiMaggio, a professor of sociology, has won the 2001 Theory Prize of the American Sociological Association.
DiMaggio received the prize for his article "Culture and Cognition," published in the 1997 volume of the Annual Review of Sociology. His article was unanimously selected as the award-winner by the Theory Section of the association, a non-profit group with 13,000 members in sociological fields.
DiMaggio has been a professor of sociology at Princeton since 1992. He has researched and written extensively on topics such as analysis of organizations, social stratification, sociology and economics, and the sociology of art and literature.
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