Article honored as the organizing themes of the 2020 Japanese Sociological Society 93rd Annual Meeting (“Toward the Realization of Social Equality” and ”Recognition of Diversity and Integration of Minorities”)
Honorary Mention for the 2019 biennial The Sociological Quarterly Best Article Award for an article published between 2017-2018 and judged by the Midwest Sociological Society to represent “the highest quality of research and methodology, theoretically-informed inquiry, and publicly important scholarship”
Landy, Rachel, Anson Au, Cathy Cameron, Brent Oliver, Shawna O’Hearn, Lynn Cockburn, Larry Baxter, Katherine Robrigado, Kelly O’Brien, Debra Cameron, Stephanie Nixon. 2016. “Developing Accountability to Difference: A Scoping Study of Enhancing Reflexivity in Health Professions Education.” Medical Education 50(Suppl.1): 68-69.
Au, Anson. 2015. “‘Coming Out,’ Stigma, and Support: Distress and Health Consequences among Sexual Minorities within a Stress Process Model Framework.” Health Perspectives 6(1): 1-16. (Lead Article)
Au, Anson. 2021. “Japanese Sociology and the 2019 Japanese Sociological Society Annual Conference.” Japanese Sociological Society.
Au, Anson. 2019. “Community Report: Asian Immigrant Women Workers Organizing in California’s In Home Supportive Services (IHSS) Sector.” UCLA Downtown Labor Center (Jennifer Jihye Chun & Cynthia Cranford 2019). Translation into Traditional Chinese and Cantonese.
Au, Anson. 2019. “Political Contention in the University: New Conceptualizations of Social Networking Sites and New Frontiers for Political Strife.” Critical Mass 44(1): 3-4.
Au, Anson. 2018. “Leadership: Collaborative Leadership Models, not Hierarchies.” LSE National Newsletter. Published Online.
Au, Anson. 2017. “What is Social Responsibility?” LSE National Newsletter.Published Online.
Au, Anson. 2017. “A Social Ecological Approach for Ethnography: Flexibilizing Roles and Remembering Social Embeddedness.”Thinking Methods: Explorations in Social Research Methodology. Published Online.
Au, Anson. 2015. “Political Ideologies, Institutions, and Health: The Role of Privatization.” Juxtaposition Global Health Magazine8(1). Published Online.