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People magazine: How Glenn Close Saved Her Sister's Life

Indiana University announces $7 million investment in new network science institute

IU Imagine magazine feature: Fighting the Stigma of Mental Illness

Study: Public Feels More Negative Toward People With Drug Addiction Than Those With Mental Illness

Lecture by Glenn Close Tuesday, November 5: "Ending Stigma, Changing Minds, and Saving Lives through Mental Health Advocacy"

Study findings cited by The President's National Conference on Mental Health, and new BringChange2Mind PSA

American Journal of Public Health piece featured in "Huffington Post"




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Reprint #8."The Converging Landscape of Higher Education: Perspectives, Challenges, and a Call to the Discipline of Sociology." B.A. Pescosolido. Teaching Sociology 36(April): 95-107 (2008).

Reprint #7. "Help-seeking Behavior." B.A. Pescosolido. Pp. 2104-2107 in The Blackwell Encylopedia of Sociology. G Ritzer. Oxford, Blackwell Publishing Co. (2007).

Reprint #6. "Professional Dominance and the Limits of Erosion." B.A. Pescosolido. Society 43(6): 21-29 (2006).

Reprint #5. "The Sociology of Social Networks." B.A. Pescosolido. Pp. 208-217 in The Handbook of 21st Century Sociology. C.D Bryant and D.L. Peck, eds. Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage Publications (2006).

Reprint #4. "Bringing Durkheim Into the 21st Century: A Social Network Approach to Unresolved Issues in the Study of Suicide." B A. Pescosolido. Pp. 264-295 in Emile Durkheim: Le Suicide - 100 Years Later. D. Lester, ed. Philadelphia, The Charles Press (1994).

Reprint #3. "The Social Context of Religious Integration and Suicide: Pursuing the Network Explanation." B.A. Pescosolido. The Sociological Quarterly 31: 337-357 (1990).

Reprint #2. "Durkheim, Suicide, and Religion: Toward a Network Theory of Suicide." B.A. Pescosolido and S. Georgianna. American Sociological Review 54(February): 33-48 (1989).

Reprint #1. "Migration, Medical Care Preferences and the Lay Referral System: A Network Theory of Role Assimilation." B.A. Pescosolido. American Sociological Review 51: 523-540 (1986).