Race and culture contacts in the modern world

Tags: Chairman, Columbia University, Harvard University, University of California, Berkeley, University of Michigan, Cornell University, Banquet Room, University of California, Society for Study of Social Problems, Bureau of Applied Social Research, University of Wisconsin, PAUL F. LAzARSFELD, Cornell University Medical College, Princeton University, University of Chicago, Michigan State University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, State University, University of California, Los Angeles, TALCOTT PARSONS, Yale University, Rural Community, Tulane University, Boston University, HERBERT A. SHEPARD, Indiana University, North Carolina State College, Atlee L. ......................21 Suchman, Daniel J, Barbara A., William H., Theodore M., Herbert F., Lee N.�......................20 Robson, Warren E., William L., George Wilson, Sociology Department, CHARLEs S. BRANT, RAYMOND J. MURPHY, Oberlin College, ALBERT D. BIDERMAN, WILBERT E. MOORE, EVERETT C. HUGHES, GEORGE K. ToKUHATA, Alan C., University of Rochester, David E. ................., Clarence R., E. Gartley, Thomas Paul, FRED R. YODER, Behavioral Scientists and Research, Theodore M.................6 Niederhoffer, C. Paul, University of Connecticut, RicHARD A. ScHERMERHORN, URBAN SOCIOLOGY, Communications Research, Brown University, BERNARD BARBER, National Institut, Miami University, New York University, University of Washington, EDwARD A. SHILS, National Research Council, Roosevelt University, Operations Research, National Institute of Mental Health, Western Reserve University SIGMUND Nosow, Gerhard E., Duncan, Jr., Bernard C., Peter Kong-Ming, Morris, Robert C., Leo .................., A. Thomas J., Barnard College, University of Texas, Melvin Lester, Institute of Population Research, Herbert A., Lewis M., University of Kentucky School of Medicine, University of Vermont, PHILIP ANDERSON, Wisconsin State College, American Sociological Society, Tougaloo Southern Christian College, Washington University School of Medicine, Fordham University, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, University of Kentucky, Amherst College, EMILY M. NETT, WILLIAM J. GooDE, Northeastern University, United States Air Force, ALVIN W. GoULDNER, GEORGE G. READER, University of Toronto, PHILIP SELZNICK, Washington University, University of Alabama, University of Chicago Law School, Medical College, Wayne State University, RoBERT FREED BALES, West Virginia University, Purdue University, Marquette University, San Jose State College, University of North Carolina, RAY H. ELLING, LAWRENCE E. HINKLE, Rural Sociology, LEONARD S. CoTTRELL, Brunei College of Technology, WILLIAM L. HoLLAND, C. ARNOLD ANDERSON, ALBERT H. RuBENSTEIN, Mt. San Antonio College, Theodore Abel, Air Force Personnel and Training Research Center, HANAN C. SELVIN, MELVIN M. TUMIN, Martin H. Neumeyer, WILLIAM M. EvAN, Northwestern University, Michigan State Department of Mental Health, Oliver M. Butterfield, HERBERT A. AuRBACH, University of Southern California, Rural Sociological Society, Louisiana State University, WALTER A. SEDELOW, American University, Lewis and Clark College, RoBERT F. WINCH, Florida State University, University of Illinois, Sacramento State College, LEWIS M. KILLIAN
Content: Race and Culture Contacts in the Modern World by E. Franklin Frazier Howard University
"Frazier has admirably succeeded in providing a dynamic account of race relations, combining an attractively iimple and readable ·brevity with an enlightened cosmopolitan scope that should dispel any vestiges of cultural or academic parochialism."-RoscoE C. HINKLE, JR., The Ohio State University
"Excellent volume. Has two great advantages over books I have seen in this area to date: 1) There is an attempt at a conceptual scheme for race and culture contacts which is sufliciently broad to include the many specific problems involved, and 2) It utilizes materials from many areas of the world and does not confine itself to one American minority group such as the American Negro--a fault which is to be found in many texts in this field."-H. D. RAWLs, North Carolina State College
"Professor Frazier's Race and Culture Contacts in the Modem
World is a useful piece of work, for it leads the reader away from
an overly provincial view of racial and ethnic contacts. We see
readily enough the nexus between domestic racialism and overseas
'white' colonialism, between color bar in America and in Asia. As
the underdeveloped non-white peoples emerge into nationalism they
are altering this traditional association of racialism with Western
power domination. American students need to be aware of this
broader 'cosmopolitanism' context."-RrcHARD H. RoBBINs, Wellesley
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Program American Sociological Society CURRENT PROBLEMS and PROSPECTS IN SOCIOLOGY Fifty-Second Annual Meeting THE SHOREHAM HOTEL, WASIDNGTON, D. C. August 27, 28, 29, 1957 Also meeting in Washingtou, D. C.: Rural Sociological Society Society for the Study of social problems
AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL SOCIETY OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR 1957 President, ROBERT K. MERTON, Columbia University President-Elect, RoBIN M. WILLIAMS, JR., Cornell University First Vice-President, KINGSLEY DAVIS, University of California, Berkeley Second Vice-President, AuGUST B. HoLLINGSHEAD, Yale University Secretary, WELLMAN J. WARNER, New York University Editor, American Sociological Review, LEONARD BROOM, University of California, Los Angeles Editor, Sociometry, LEONARD S. CoTTRELL, JR., Russell Sage Foundation Executive Officer, MATIWA WHITE RILEY, Rutgers, The State University
RoBERT K. MERTON RoBIN M. WILLIAMs, JR. KINGSLEY DAVIS
COUNCIL
AuGusT B. HoLLINGSHEAD WELLMAN J. WARNER LEONARD BROOM
Former Presidents FLORIAN ZNANIECKI, University of Illinois DoNALD YouNG, Russell Sage Foundation HERBERT BLUMER, University of California, Berkeley
Elected at Large
KINGSLEY DAVIS, University of California, Berkeley MABEL A. ELLIOTT, Chatham College CLIFFORD Kn!KPATRICK, Indiana University LoWRY NELSON, University of Minnesota REINHARD BENDIX, University of California, Berkeley RoBERT BIERSTEDT, City College of New York
AMos H. HAWLEY, University of Michigan DAVID RmsMAN, University of Chicago HARRY ALPERT, National Science Founda- tion W. F. CoTTRELl., Miami University RoBERT E. L. FARIS, University of Wash· ington REUBEN HILI., University of North Carolina
Elected from Affiliated Societies
HuGH CARTER, District of Columbia
ALrnEo McCLUNG LEE, Eastern
WILLIAM E. CoLE, Southern
STUART A. QUEEN, Midwest
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THOMAS D. ELIOT, Society for the Study of CALVIN F. SCHMID, Pacific
Social Problems
WILLIAM H. SEWELL, Rural
WILLIAM L. KoLB, Southwestern
RAYMOND F. SLETTO, Ohio
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PROGRAM COMMITTEE ROBERT K. MERTON, Columbia University BERNARD BARBER, Barnard College
WELLMAN J. WARNER, New York University WALTER FIREY, University of Texas
C. ARNOLD ANDERSON, University of
Kentucky
LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE
Chairman, PAUL F. MYERS, Bureau of the Census
JoHN A. CLAUSEN, National Institute of Mental Health PAUL C. GLICK, Bureau of the Census EARL E. HUYCK, U. S. Government CARR B. LAVELL, George Washington University
PETER P. LEJINS, University of Maryland C. JosEPH NUESSE, Catholic University MRs. H. S. SHRYOCK, JR. AusTIN VAN DER SLICE, American Uni- versity HARRY WALKER, Howard University
AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL SOCIETY
PROGRAM OUTLINE
TUESDAY, August 27
WEDNESDAY, August 28
THURSDAY, August 29
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* Criminology · . . . . . . . . . . · 6 Social Psychology . . . . . . 6
Social Stratification
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Studies of Higher Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Sociology of Complex Or- * ganization . . . . . · . · . . . . 7 Sociology o f M e n t a I * Health . . . . . . . . . · . . . . . 7 Sociology of Religion. . . . 8
9:00-11:00 A.M. Criminology . . . . . .. . .. . . 13 * The Family . . . . . . . . . . . .. 13 Methodology . . . . .. . . . . . 13 Migration and American * Civilization .. . . . . . .. . . 14 Race and Ethnic Rela- * tions ................. 14 Sociology of Art: Music .. 14 U r b a n Sociology a n d Ecology .............. 14 11:00 A.M.-12:00 M.
* 9:00-11 :00 A.M. Criminology . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Rural Sociology . . . . . . . . . 20 Sociology of Art: Papers and Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 * Sociology of Occupation .. 20 sociological theory . . . . . 21 * Studies in Population. . . . 21 Teaching of Sociology. . · . 21 11 :00 A.M.-12 :00 M. Business Meeting . . . . . . . 21
1 :30-3 :30 P.M.
Business Meeting . . . . . . . 15
1:20P.M.
Aging and Retirement. . . 8 Roles in Operations Re- search . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
1:20P.M. Organized Tours . . . . . . . . 15
Organized Tour ......... 22 1 :30-3:30 P.M.
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* Social Disorganization. . . 9 Sociology of Cornrnunica· tions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 * Sociology of Science . . . . 9 * Urban Sociology . . . . . . . . 10 Economic Development 10
1 :30-3:30 P.M.
Personality a n d Social
* Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Political Sociology
15
Sociology of Art: Litera-
ture ................. 16
Sociology of Menta I
* Sociology of Occupations. 22 Disorganization and De-
** viant Behavior . . . . . . . . 22
Sociology of Law
22
Social Stratification . . . . . 23
Communication and Mod-
ern Community ·...... 23
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Sociology
* Health ............... 16
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Sociology of Occupations 16
Sociology of Small Groups 23 Medicine and Sociology. . 23
* * Medicine and Sociology. . 10 Personality and Social
Sociology of Science. . . . . 16 Sociology of Small Groups 17
Empirical Research and Social Theory . . . . . . . . 24
Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Political Sociology . . . . . . 11 * Progress in Measurement 11 Science of Population . . . 12 Sociology of M e n t a I Health .............. 12 8:00P.M.
* 3:30-5:30 P.M. Medicine and Sociology. . 17
Social Psychology . . . . . . . 17
* Sociological Theory
18
Sociology of Complex Or-
* ganization . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Sociology of Education. . 18
2:00P.M. Organized Tour ......... 22 3:30-5:30 P.M. * Rural Sociology . . . . . . . . 24 * The Family . . . . . . . . . . .. 25 Industrial Sociology . . . . . 25
General Session . . . . . . . . 12
Sociology of Law
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Sociology of Religion. . . . 19
Panel on Medical Sociology .............. 25
8:00P.M.
Military Sociology . . . . . . 25
Political Sociology
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Presidential Session and
Race and Ethnic Rela-
Informal Gathering . . · 19
tions ................. 26
*The Chairman of each section was asked to prepare a major paper on CURRENT PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS in his field. Together, these papers should provide an overview of frontier problems as these can presently be identified in the major divisions of sociology. Throughout the Program these papers, or the sessions containing them, are marked with asterisks. See page 27 of this Program for Council and Committee meetings. See the back pages of this Program for Index of Program Participants. The facilities of the United States Employment Service will be used at the Meetings. Their headquarters will be the South Room.
6 TUESDAY, AUGUST 27 8:30-10:00 A.M. REGISTRATION-West Lobby 10:00 A.M.-12:00 M.-Park Room CRIMINOLOGY: Juvenile Delinquency and the Young Adult Offender (joint session with Society for Study of Social Problems) Chairman, MARTIN H. NEUMEYER, University of Southern California F. IvAN NYE, JAMES F. SHORT, JR. and VmGIL J. OLSoN, Washington State College "Socio-Economic Status and Delinquent Behavior" HERBERT A. BLOCH, Brooklyn College, and ARTHUR NIEDERHOFFER, New York City Police Academy "Adolescent Behavior and the Gang: A Cross-Cultural Analysis" JACOB L HURWITZ, B. R. HUTCHESON, M.D., and S. CooPER, South Shore Courts Clinic, Quincy, Mass. "Toward a Clinically Meaningful and Dispositionally Relevant Classi· fication of Delinquency" WALTER C. RECKLESS, SIMON DINITZ and BARBARA KAY, Ohio State University ''The Self Component in Potential Delinquency and Potential Non· Delinquency" MoRRis G. CALDWELL, University of Alabama "Personality Trends in the Youthful Male Offender" SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: Psychological Aspects of Group Membership-Main Ballroom Chairman, HENRY W. RIECKEN, University of Minnesota * THEODORE M. NEWCOMB, University of Michigan "Social-Psychological Aspects of Consensus" ANSELM STRAuss, University of Chicago "Phases: Institutional and Personal" CAROL SLATER, University of Michigan "Integration Setting and Attitudes toward Voluntary Associations in the White-Collar Group" CARLFRED B. BRODERICK, University of Georgia "Multiple Similarities and Contacts as Co-Determinants of Friendship Selection" SOCIAL STRATIFICATION-Tamerlane Room Chairman, LEoNARD BROOM, University of California, Los Angeles HELEN CoNsTAS, Anderson College, Anderson, Indiana "Bureaucratic Societies--Old and New" JoHN KosA, JoHN NAsH, LEo D. RACHIELE and CYRIL 0. ScHoMMER, S.J., LeMoyne College, Syracuse "Social Ascendance of Catholic Middle-class Families" STEPHEN T. Boccs, National Institute of Mental Health, and ALEX L. CLARK, Stanford University "Urban Social Class and Social Participation"
TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1957-(ContinuedJ
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BENJAMIN B. TREGOE, RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, California "The Relationship between Ethnic and Social Class Differences in Child-Rearing Practices" FRANK RIESSMAN, Bard College, and S. M. MILLER, Brooklyn College "Social Class and Authoritarianism" RICHARDT. MoRRIS, University of California, Los Angeles "Social Control and Stratification" SOCIOWGICAL STUDIES OF IDGHER EDUCATION-West Ballroom Chairman, NEAL GRoss, Harvard University HowARD S. BECKER and BLANCHE GEER, Community Studies, Inc., Kansas City, Mo. "Student Culture in Medical School" THEODORE CAPLOW, University of Minnesota "A Study of Faculty Mobility among Major Universities" RosE K. GoLDsEN, MoRRIS RosENBERG and EDWARD A. SuCHMAN, Cornell University ''The College Campus as a Functioning Society" DANIEL 0. PRICE, University of North Carolina "A Study of Faculty Response to Student Evaluation" PAUL F. LAZAasFELD, Columbia University "An Adventure in Measuring the Educational Philosophy of Social Scientists" SOCIOLOGY OF COMPLEX ORGANIZATION-Club Room Chairman, ALVIN W. GoULDNER, University of Illinois EVERETT C. HUGHES, University of Chicago "On Going Concerns" BURTON R. CLARK, Harvard University "Structural Drift in College Organization" RosE LAus CosER, Wellesley College "Ward Structure in Hospital Organization: A Comparative Analysis" E. JACKSON BAUR, University of Kansas "Factors Affecting the Use of Research by Welfare Agencies" THE SOCIOWGY OF MENTAL HEALTH: Studies in the Epidemiology of Mental Illness (joint session with Society for Study of Social Problems) -Terrace Banquet Room Chairman, JEROME K. MYERS, Yale University LEo SROLE and THOMAS S. LANGNER, Cornell University Medical Center "Treated and Untreated Mental Disorders in the Metropolis" E. GARTLY JAco, University of Texas-Medical Branch "Occupations and the Incidence of Mental Disorders" JEROME LAULICHT, LEONARD ERON, and LEOPOLD WALDER, Rip Van Winkle Foundation "Psychosocial Development of Aggressive Behavior: A Research Plan" * JoHN A. CLAUSEN, National Institute of Mental Health "Some Major Issues in the Sociology of Mental Health"
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1957-(Continued)
SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION-Palladian Room Chairman, CHARLES Y. GLOCK, Columbia University * CHARLES Y. GLoCK, Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University "Problematics in the Sociological Study of Religion" SAMUEL W. BLIZZARD, Pennsylvania State University "The Development of Professional Self-Images Among Students for the Protestant Ministry" JEAN L. BLUMEN and ALLAN W. EISTER, Wellesley College "Role Expectations of Clergymen and of Professional Social Workers with Reference to Pastoral Counseling" }AMES H. Fox, The American University "Virginia Clergy and Segregation-1956" 1:30-3:30 P.M. AGING AND RETIREMENT-West Ballroom Chairman, ERNEST W. BURGESS, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, University of Chicago JAcK H. CURTIS, Canisius College "The Employability of Aging Workers in Social Areas of High Urbani- zation and Low Social Rank" J. T. RICHARDSON, Marshall College "A Socio-economic Analysis of the Pre-Retirement Plans of 500 In- dustrial Employees in the Huntington, West Virginia, Area" LEONARD Z. BREEN, Criteria of Aging Project-University of Chicago Who Should Make the Retirement Decision?-A Paired Comparison of Attitudes of Younger with Older Workers" GoRDON F. STREm and WAYNE E. THOMPSON, Cornell University "Value Orientations and Interpersonal Relations" ZENA SMITH BLAU, National Opinion Research Center "The Influence of Associates' Conceptions on the Age Identification and Normative Orientations of Older People" ROLES PLAYED BY SOCIOLOGISTS AND ANTHROPOLOGISTS IN OPERATIONS RESEARCH (joint session with the American Anthropological Association)-Club Room Co-Chairmen, RICHARD H. WILLIAMS and THOMAS GLADWIN, National Institute of Mental Health; and JOSEPH B. CASAGRANDE, Social Science Research Council RICHARD H. WILLIAMs, National Institute of Mental Health "Operations Research and the Theory of Action" THOMAS GLADWIN, National Institute of Mental Health, and JosEPH B. CAsAGRANDE, Social Science Research Council "Operations Research in Anthropology" CHARLES H. CoATES, University of Maryland "The Role of the Military Sociologist in Operations Research" DARWIN STOLZENBACH, Operations Research Office, Johns Hopkins University "Social Science and Operations Research on Large-Seale Strategic Problems"
TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1957-(Continued)
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ALLEN R. HoLMBURG, Cornell University "Contextual analysis and Operations Research"
CHRIS ARGYRIS, Yale University
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"Creating an Effective Operational Research Relationship m Organ1za·
tions: A Behavioral Scientist's Viewpoint"
SOCIAL DISORGANIZATION AND DEVIANT BEHAVIOR (joint with Society for Study of Social Problems)-Park Room
Co-Chairmen, ALBERT K. CoHEN, Indiana University, and RicHARD A. ScHERMERHORN, Western Reserve University
SIGMUND Nosow and WILLIAM H. FoRM, Michigan State University "Panic and Shock in Disaster Situations"
HAROLD GARFINKEL, University of California, Los An~ele~, " 'Trust' as a Condition of Stable Concerted Aet1on
REAn BAIN, Miami University "'Our Schizoid Culture" in 1957"
S. KmsoN WEINBERG, Roosevelt University
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"Static and Dynamic Models in Social Disorganization Theory
Discussion: FRANK E. HARTUNG, Wayne University
SOCIOLOGY OF COMMUNICATIONS-Terrace Banquet Room
Chairman, RoBERT N. FoRD, Bell Telephone Laboratories
HARRY B. WILLIAMS, National Research Council
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"Communication and Control in Disaster: An InterpretatiOn
STUART C. Donn, Washington Public Opinion Laboratory, University of
Washington
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"How Information Spreads When Opportnrnt1es Are Equal
JoEL SMITH, RoBERT C. BEALER and FRANCIS M. SIM, Mic?ig~ St~~e University "Communications and the Consequences of Commnrueatmns * JoHN W. RILEY, JR., Rutgers, The State University "Sociology and Communications Research"
SOCIOLOGY OF SCIENCE-Palladian Room
Chairman, BERNARD BARBER, Barnard College, Columbia University
* BERNARD BARBER, Barnard College, Columbia Universio/
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"The Present Condition and Prospects of the Sociology of Se1enee
LESLIE SCHAFFER, M.D., and LEILA DEAsY, National Institut? of M~ntal,!fealth "Deference, Social Mobility and Conflict in Psychiatric Settmgs
HERBERT MENZEL, Bureau of Applied Social Research "The Flow of Information on Current Developments in Three Scien· tifie Disciplines"
Discussion: HARRY ALPERT, National Science Foundation
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1957-(Continued)
URBAN SOCIOLOGY: Comparative Theory and Research-Main Ballroom Chairman, WALTER FIREY, University of Texas * GIDEON SJOBERG, University of Texas "Problematics of Comparative Urban Sociology" HARLEY BROWNING, International Urban Research Center, University of California "The Primary City: A Comparative Analysis" ANSELM STRAuss, University of Chicago "Space and Sentiment in the Reconstruction of German Cities" WILLIAM L. KoLB, Tulane University "The Place of Valoes in Urban Social Theory: The Clarification of a Theoretical Issue"
SOCIOLOGY OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT-Tamerlane Room Chairman, DANIEL LERNER, Massachusetts Institute of Technology MoRROE BERGER, Princeton University "Bureaucratic Attitudes and Public Opinion in Egypt" A. J. MEYER, Harvard University "Entrepreneurship and Economic Development in the Middle East" EDwARD A. SHILS, University of Chicago "The Intelligentsia and the Economizing Function in India" EVERETT E. HAGEN, Massachusetts Institute of Technology "The Theory of Economic Growth: Japan and Burma" Discussion: MARTIN F. HERZ, United States Government
3:30-5:30 P.M. INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY-Palladian Room Chairman._ CoNRAD M. ARENSBERG, Columbia University ABRAHAM ZALEZNIK, Harvard School of Business Administration "Worker Satisfaction and Development" WILLIAM A. FAUNCE, Wayne State University "Automation in the Automobile Industry: Some Social Implications" * CoNRAD M. ARENSBERG, Columbia University "The Problematics of Industrial Sociology" MEDICINE AND SOCIOLOGY-Tamerlane Room Chairman, GEORGE G. READER, M.D., Cornell University Medical College MYRON J. LEFcowiTZ, Rutgers, The State University "Interaction among General Hospital Patients and its Effect on the Patient Role" GENE NoRMAN LEviNE AND RENEE C. Fox, Columbia University "The Good Physician: Some Observations of Doctor-Patient Interaction"
TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1957-(Continued)
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JERRY SoLON, CECIL SHEPS, M.D., SIDNEY LEE, M.D., and MAEDA JuRKoWITz, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston "Staff Perceptions of Patients' Use of a Hospital Out-Patient Depart· ment" RoBERT L. McNAMARA and EDWARD HAssiNGER, University of Missouri "Contacts with and Conception of the Physician in a Rural Setting" WAHREN G. BENNis, NoRMAN BERKOWITZ, MoNA AFFINITO and MARY MALONE, Human Relations Center, Boston University "Loyalties, Reference-Groups, and Role-CharacteristicS in Out-Patient Departments" PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL STRUCTURE-Terrace Banquet Room Chairman, ALEx INKELES, Harvard University * ALEX INKELES, Harvard University "Personality and Social Structure: Perspectives and Prospects" BERNARD C. RosEN, University of Connecticut "The Achievement Motive and Value Systems of Selected Ethnic Groups" HoRACE MINER and GEORGE DEVos, University of Michigan "Algerian Culture and Personality in Change" DANIEL J. LEVINSON, Harvard Medical School "Role, Personality and Social Structure in the Mental Hospital" POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY-Club Room Chairman, S. M. LIPSET, University of California, Berkeley JosEPH R. GusFIELD, University of Illinois "Zealots and Ambassadors: Dilemmas of Leadership Roles in a Reform Movement" HAROLD M. HoDGES, JR., San Jose State College, CHARLES V. GRAHAM and PHILIP ANDERSON, Wisconsin State College "A Sociological Analysis of McCarthy Supporters" RoBERT McGINNIS, University of Wisconsin, and RAYMoND W. MACK, Northwestern University "A Study of Belief in the Bill of Rights" DuNCAN MAcRAE, JR., University of Chicago "Stability and Variation in Postwar French Voting" RoBERT 0. SCHULZE, Brown University "The Role of Economic Dominants in the Community Power Structure" PROGRESS IN MEASUREMENT-West Ballroom Chairman, PAUL F. LAzARSFELD, Columbia University EDWARD A. SuCHMAN and RosE K. GoLDSEN, Cornell University "A Large Scale Empirical Test of Guttman's Theory of Attitude Com- ponents" ERNEST Q. CAMPBELL, Florida State University "The Guttman Scale Model in Measurement of Attitude Change" RoBERT H. SoMERS, Bureau of Applied Social Research "A Latent Structure Analysis of College Teachers' Attitudes"
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1957-(Continued)
JosHUA A. FISHMAN, College Entrance Examination Board, New York, and IRVING D. LoRGE, Columbia University "The Effect upon Thurstone Scaling of Widely Differing Groups of Judges" WALDOW. BURCHARD, Hollins College "Attitudes toward the Use of Concealed Listening Devices in Social Science Research"
SOCIOLOGY AND THE SCIENCE OF POPULATION-Main Ballroom Chairman, KINGSLEY DAVIS, University of California, Berkeley * KINGSLEY DAVIS, University of California, Berkeley "The Sociology of Demographic Behavior: A Critical Assessment" GEORGE A. HILLERY, JR., College of William and Mary "Toward· a Conceptualization of Demography" WILLIAM PETERSEN, University of Colorado "A General Typology of Migration"
THE SOCIOLOGY OF MENTAL HEALTH: Treatment Services and Proceeses (Joint with Society for Study of Social Problems)-Park Room Chairman, JoHN A. CLAUSEN, National Institute of Mental Health OzZIE G. SIMMONS and HoWARD E. FREEMAN, Harvard University "A Stirvey of Interpersonal Performance and Family Settings of Former Mental Patients" HENRY J. MEYER and EDGAR F. BoRGATTA, New York University "Research on a Post-Hospital Rehabilitation Program for Mental Patients" ERVING GoFFMAN, National Institute of Mental Health "Natural History of the Patient" JoHN H. MABRY, E. L. SIEGAL, W. A. MANN, M.D., S. FuR~AN, M.D., and A. McLAUGHLIN, R.N., New York State College of Medicine and Syracuse Veterans Administration Hospital "Some Relationships between Social Interaction and Psychophysiology in Hospitalized Patients"
8:00P.M. GENERAL SESSION: Historical Sociology-Main Ballroom Chairman, ERNEST MANHEIM, University of Kansas City HowARD BECKER, University of Wisconsin "Sociological Analysis of Minoan Society" SIGMUND DIAMOND, Columbia University "From Organization to Society: Virginia in the seventeenth century" R. A. NISBET, University of California, Riverside "Some Relationships of History and Sociology" Discussion: TALCOTT PARSONS, Harvard University
13 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28 8:45A.M. TOUR ORGANIZED BY LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE Patuxent Institute for Defective Delinquents 9:00-11:00 A.M. CRIMINOLOGY: Correctional Research (joint session with Society for Study of Social Problems)-West Ballroom Chairman, PAUL W. TAPPAN, New York University PETER P. LEJINS, University of Maryland "Changes in the Meaning of Incarceration" DoNALD R. CRESSEY ana WITOLD KRAssOWSKI, University of California, Los Angeles "Inmate Organization in Soviet Labor Camps" CLARENCE RAY JEFFERY, Arizona State College at Tempe, and WILLIAM LYLE, Southern lllinois University "Small Group Analysis of a Prison Community" HAROLD FINESTONE, Chicago Area Project ''The Reformation Process among Young Criminal Offenders" ALEXANDER BASSIN, Kings County Court Probation Department, New York, and H. AsHLEY WEEKS, University of Michigan "The Effect of Group Therapy upon Certain Attitudes and Perceptions of Adult Offenders on Probation" THE FAMILY-Terrace Banquet Room Chairman, WILLIAM J. GooDE, Columbia University DAVID M. HEER, Harvard University "Family Dominance and the Working Wife" JuDSON T. LANDIS, University of California, Berkeley "The Trauma of Children in Divorce" MoRRIS ZELDrrCH, ]R., Columbia University "Bilateral Kindred in the U.S." PAUL C. GLicK, Bureau of the Census and HuGH CARTER, National Office of Vital Statistics "Marriage Patterns by Educational Level" METHODOLOGY-Main Ballroom Chairman, PAUL F. LAzARSFELD, Columbia University * PAUL F. LAZARSFELD, Columbia University "Challenging Problems of Methodology" Discussion: ERNEST NAGEL, Columbia University SAMUEL A. STOUFFER, Laboratory of Social Relations, Harvard University "The Theory of Intervening Opportunities" Discussion: HERBERT A. SIMON, Carnegie Institute of Technology
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1957-(Continued)
MIGRATION AS A FORCE IN AMERICAN CIVILIZATION (joint session with American Studies Association)-Tamerlane Room Chairman, MURRAY G. MURPHY, University of Pennsylvania Papers by: EVERETT S. LEE, University of Pennsylvania George Wilson PIERSoN, Yale University Discussion: RUPERT B. VANCE, University of North Carolina Others to he announced
RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS (joint session with Society for Study of Social Problems)-Palladian Rooin Chairman, GEORGE E. SIMPSON, Oberlin College * GEORGE E. SIMPSON and J. MILTON YINGER, Oberlin College "Toward a Sociology of Race and Ethnic Relations" JoHN T. BLUE, American Council on Human Rights "Systems of Racial Stratification: A Categoric Typology" JoEL V. BERREMAN, University of Oregon "Filipino Stereotypes of Some National and Racial Minorities"
SOCIOLOGY OF ART: Music-Club Room Chairman, }AMES H. BARNETT, University of Connecticut * }AMES H. BARNETT, University of Connecticut "Problems in the Sociology of Art" JoHN H. MuELLER, University of Indiana "Changing Status of the Composer, 1750-1950" DENNISON J. NAsH, University of Connecticut, and 0. W. LAcY, Trinity College "Personality and Role: The American Composer" SoL CHANELEs, Dartmouth College "Education and Mobility Factors in the Career of the Concert Pianist" Discussion: RUDOLF HEBERLE, Louisiana State University ADoLF S. ToMARS, City College of New York
URBAN SOCIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY-Park Room Chairman, WALTER FIREY, University of Texas ROBERT C. ANGELL, University of Michigan "Deterininants of Moral Choices in a Metropolitan Population" EARLE H. MAcCANNELL, MAURICE DoNALD VAN ARsooL and CALVIN F. ScHMID, University of Washington "An Empirical Evaluation of the Shevky and Tryon Urban Typologies" SYLVIA F. FAVA, Brooklyn College "Contrasts in Neighboring: New York City and a Suburban County" VINCENT HEATH WHITNEY, Brown University, and CHARLES M. GRIGG, Florida State University "Patterns of Mobility among Fainilies of College Students"
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11 :00 A.M.--12 :00 M. BUSINESS MEETING-Main Ballroom Agenda will include: Interim Actions of Council and Executive Coll1D1ittee Discussion /rom the floor of: Implications for sociologists of legislation certifying social psychologists Possible expansion of the Society's program of activities 1:20 P.M. TOURS ORGANIZED BY LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS COMMIITEE Bureau of the Census National Institutes of Health 1:30-3:30 P.M. PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL STRUCTURE-West Ballroom Chairman, ALEX INKELES, Harvard University WILLIAM H. SEWELL, University of Wisconsin, and ARCHIE 0. HALLER, Michigan State University "Factors in the Relationship of Status to the Personality Adjustment of the Child" SuZANNE KELLER and DANIEL LERNER, Massachusetts Institute of Technology "Empathy in Cross-National and Occupational Perspective" ALAN C. KERCKoFF, Air Force Personnel and Training Research Center "A Cross Cultural Study of Achievement Motivation" MELVIN L. KoHN, National Institute of Mental Health "Social Class and Parental Values" RoBERT E. L. FARIS, University of Washington ''The Differentiation of Acadeinic Abilities by Sociological Backgrounds" POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY-Palladian Room Chairman, S.M. LIPSET, University of California, Berkeley * S. M. LIPsET, University of California, Berkeley "Problematics of Political Sociology" EowAIID M. BENNETT and HARRIET Gooowm, Tufts University "Emotional Aspects of Political Behavior" MARJORIE FISKE, University of California, Berkeley "By-products of Extreinist Pressures: A Study of Dovetailing Ambigui- ties" FELIKS GRoss, Brooklyn College "Seizure of Power" BELA KovRIG, Marquette University "The Rebellion of 1956 Seen as a Phase of Hungary's Twentieth Cen- tury Social Revolution"
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SOCIOLOGY OF ART: Literature and the Visual Arts-Club Room Chairman, MILTON C. ALBRECHT, University of Buffalo HARRY PosMAN, Adelphi College "The Perspective of American War Novelists" CESAR GRANA, University of California, Berkeley ''The Aristocratic Tradition of the Modern Literary Rebel" LEO LoWENTHAL, University of California, Berkeley "Literature and the Image of Man: A Statement of Principles" ANSELM L. STRAUSs, University of Chicago "Some Aspects of Recruitment into the Visual Arts" MYRON K. NALBANDIAN, Brown University "Social Characteristics of American Painters" Discussion: HERBERT A. BLoCH, Brooklyn College JOSEPH H. BuNZEL, Richmond Professional Institute THE SOCIOLOGY OF MENTAL HEALTH: Mental Health and Disorders in Old Age (joint session with Society for Study of Social Problems)Park Room Chairman, E. GARTLY JAco, Department of Neuropsychiatry, University of Texas -Medical Branch W. S. WILLIAMs, M.D., Department of Neuropsychiatry, University of Texas "Role Obsolescence in the Mental Disorders of Later Life" SEYMOUR S. BELLIN and RoBERT H. HARDT, New York State Mental Health Research Unit "Marital Status and Mental Disorders among the Aged" OLIVE W. QuiNN, MARIAN R. YARROW, E. GRANT YouMANS and PAUL BLANK, National Institute of Mental Health "Relationships between Behavioral and Physiological Functioning in the Healthy Aged" ELAINE CuMMING, University of Chicago "Patterns of Normal Aging" SOCIOLOGY OF OCCUPATIONS-Terrace Banquet Room *Chairman, OswALD HALL, University of Toronto EVERETT C. HuGHES, University of Chicago "Problematics of the Study of Occupations" SYLVIA L. THRUPP, University of Chicago "The Professionalization of Medicine: A Comparison between Italy and England in the Later Middle Ages" NELSON N. FooTE, General Electric Company "Beyond Professionalization" SOCIOLOGY OF SCIENCE-Tamerlane Room Chairman, BERNARD BARBER, Barnard College, Columbia University MICHAEL HALBERT, Case Institute of Technology "An Operations Approach to Some Problems of Scientific Communi· cations"
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1957-(Continued)
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HERBERT A. SHEPARD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology "Sociological Aspects of a scientific research Laboratory in Great Britain" Additional speakers to be announced Discussion: HARRY ALPERT, National Science.Eoundation SOCIOLOGY OF SMALL GROUPS-Main Ballroom Chairman, RoBERT FREED BALES, Harvard University MATILDA WHITE RILEY, RICHARD CoHN and MARY E. MooRE, Rutgers, The State University "Control Networks in Informal Groups" SIDNEY RosEN Lms HoFFMAN and RoNALD LIPPITT, University of Michigan "A Model f.;r Studying Parent-Child Relations and Their Consequences for Peer Relations" * RoBERT FREED BALES, Harvard University "Problems of Small Group Theory and Research" 3:30-5:30 P.M. MEDICINE AND SOCIOLOGY-Park Room Chairman, GEORGE G. READER, M.D., Cornell University Medical College * GEORGE G. READER, M.D., and MARY E. W. Goss, Cornell University Medical College "Sociological Research in Medicine: Fac\ and Theory" RosE K. GoLDSEN, Cornell University "Factors Associated with the Selection of a Career in Nul'Bing" DAVID CAPLOWITZ, Bureau of Applied Social Research "Comparison of Seleeted Attitudes of Students and Physicians Affiliated with an Eastern Medical School" ALBERT F. WESSEN, College of Medicine, University of Vermont "Sociology and Medical Education" SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: Motivational and Emotional Aspects of Social Behavior-Palladian Room Chairman, LEONARD S. CoTTRELL, JR., Russell Sage Foundation VLADIMm CERVIN, University of Toronto "Pel'80nality Dimensions of Emotional Responsiveness and Rigidity, and Scales for Measuring Them" MARTIN GoLD, University of Michigan "Power in the Classroom" RALPH H. TURNER, University of California, Los Angeles "Neighborhood and Peer Groups as Factors in Aspiration" HAROLD M. HoDGES, JR., San Jose State College, and PHILIP ANDERSON, Wisconsin State College ''The Authoritarian Personality: A Sociological Analysis" SIDNEY M. JouRARD, University of Alabama, Medical College, and PAUL LAsAKOW, University of Alabama, Birmingham Center "The Study of Self-Disclosure Behavior: Influence of Target Persons, Aspects of Self, and Group Differences on Self-Disclosure"
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SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY: Some Types of Deviance and Mechanisms of Social Control-Main Ballroom Chairman, TALCOTT PARSONS, Harvard University HARRY C. BREDEMEIER, Douglass College "Law as a Mechanism of Social Control" THEODORE M. Mn.Ls, Harvard University "Control of Deviance in Simple and More Complex Systems" SHELDON L. MEssiNGER, Princeton University, and VILHELM AUBERT, Univer· sity of Oslo "The Roles of the Criminal and the Sick in Modern Society and the Mechanisms for Their Control" SAMUEL Z. KLAusNER, Bureau of Applied Social Research "Deviants Control Deviance: Norms in a Religio-Psychiatric Clinic" SOCIOLOGY OF COMPLEX ORGANIZATION-Terrace Banquet Room Chairman, ALVIN W. GoULDNER, University of lllinois ERVING GOFFMAN, National Institutes of Health "Secondary Adjustments in a Complex Organization" WARREN BENNIS, NoRMAN 13ERKOWITZ, MONA AFFINITO, MARY MALONE, Boston University "Medical Power Structure and organizational analysis" RoBERT C. STONE, Tulane University "Dialectical Elements of t:omplex Organizations" * ALVIN W. GoULDNER, University of lllinois "Problematics of Organizational Analysis"
SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION-West Ballroom Chairman, WILBUR B. BROOKOVER, Michigan State University EGoN G. GuBA, PHILIP JACKSON and CHARLES BIDWELL, University of Chicago "The Social Matrix of Teacher Types: Au Aspect of Occupational Choice" W. W. CHARTERS, JR., Washington University "Communication Structure of School Staffs" SAMUEL A. STOUFFER, H' arvard University "The Study of Social Mobility: Some Strategic Considerations" * NEAL GRoss, Harvard University "An Unfashionable but Promising Field of Sociological Inquiry: The Sociology of Education"
SOCIOLOGY OF LAW: Studies of Decision-Making-Tamerlane Room Chairman, PHILIP SELZNICK, University of California, Berkeley ALLEN H. BARTON and HARRY KALVEN, JR., University of Chicago Law School "Decision-Making by Juries" ERNEST HAGGARD and SoiA MENTSCHIKOFF, University of Chicago Law School "Decision-Making in Commercial Arbitration"
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1957-(Continued)
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KARL LLEWELLYN and PETER LEDERER, University of Chicago Law School "Decision-Making by Appellate Courts" ERNST BoRINSKI, Tougaloo Southern Christian College "Law and Fact in the Segregation Cases" SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION-Club Room Chairman, CHARLES Y. GLOCK, Columbia University RoBERT N. BELLAH, Harvard University "Religion and the Modernization of Japan and Turkey" JosEPH B. SCHUYLER, SJ., Fordham University "Motivating Valoes in Religions Behavior" Peter L. Berger, Woman's College of the University of North Carolina "The Parish Elite in a German Middletown" BENJAMIN B. RINGER, American Jewish Committee "The Church as a Family Surrogate" LAURIS B. WHITMAN, National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. "A Study of Church Distribution-Some Problems and Implications" 8:00P.M. PRESIDENTIAL SESSION-Main Ballroom Chairman, KINGSLEY DAVIS, University of California, Berkeley Greetings and Remarks. PROFESSOR BARBARA WooTToN, Chairman, British Sociological Association "Priorities and Rediscoveries: A Chapter in the Sociology of Science," RoBERT K. MERTON, President, American Sociological Society followed by INFORMAL GATHERING (refreshments available)-Terrace Banquet Room
THURSDAY, AUGUST 29 8:45A.M. TOUR ORGANIZED BY LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS COMMITIEE National Training School for Boys 9:00-11:00 A.M. CRIMINOLOGY (joint session with Society for Study of Social Problems)Terrace Banquet Room Chairman, MABEL A. ELLIOTT, Chatham College * MARSHALL B. CLINARD, University of Wisconsin "Problems and Trends in CriiDinological Research" EDWIN M. LEMERT, University of California, Davis "The Behavior of Systematic Check Forgers" NoRMANS. HAYNER, University of Washington "Patterns in Prisoner Backgrounds"
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1957-(Continued)
LEE N. RoBINS and PATRICIA O'NEAL, M.D., Washington University School of Medicine "Mortality, Mobility, and Crinrlnality as Related to Childhood Behavior Problems: A 30-Year Follow-up Study"
RURAL SOCIOLOGY: Diffusion and Decision Processes (joint session with Rural Sociological Society)-West Ballroom Chairman, C. ARNOLD ANDERSON, University of Kentucky HERBERT F. LIONBERGER, University of Missouri "Community Prestige as a Structural Element in the Choice of Persons as Sources of Farm Information in a Missouri Farm Community" SHELDON G. LOWRY, SELZ C. MAYo and DoNALD G. HAY, North Carolina State College "Adoption of Recommended Health Care Measures: A Study of Factors Associated with the Aceeptance of Ideas" HARALD A. PEDERSEN, Mississippi State College "Sociologieal Faetors in Adoption of Agricultural Practices" CHARLES R. HoFFER and DALE STRANGLAND, Michigan State University "Farmers' Attitudes and Values in Relation to Adoption of Approved· Com-Growing Practices" LEONARD M. SIZER, West Virginia University, and WARD F. PoRTER, Federal Extension Service "The Relation of Knowledge to Adoption of Practices Recommended by Agricultural Extension" Discussion: Speakers to he announced SOCIOLOGY OF ART: Papers and Panel-Club Room Chairman, ]AMES H. BARNETT, University of Connecticut RUDOLPH E. MoRRIS, Marquette University "Church Architecture and the Social Structure of a Congregation" WALTER HmscH, Purdue University "Science Fiction and the Image of the Scientist" MAsoN GRIFF, Wayne State University "Commercial Artists, Their Role Conflict and Their Self-ConceptioDll of Their Role" Discussion: JosEPH H. BuNZEL, Richmond Professional Institute MILTON C. ALBRECHT, University of Buffalo LEO LowENTHAL, University of California, Berkeley SOCIOLOGY OF OCCUPATIONS: Careers-Tamerlane Room Chairman, G. FRANKLIN EDwARDS, Howard University KuRT W. BACK and BERNARDS. PHILLIPS, University of North Carolina "Public Health as a Career of Medicine: Specialization within a Pro- fession" CHARLES R. WRIGHT, University of California, Los Angeles "Occupational Commitment of Graduate Sociology Students"
THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1957-(Continued)
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E. DAVID NASATIR, Columbia University "Oeeupational lnheritanee within the Medieal Profession" ELMER LuCHTERIIAND, Aluminum Company of Canada "Engineering Careers and Industrial Administration" SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY-Main Ballroom Chairman, TALCOTT PARSONS, Harvard University * TALCOTT PARSONS, Harvard University "The Status of General Theory in Sociology" Discussion: THEODORE ABEL, Hunter College HowARD BECKER, University of Wisconsin ALVIN BosKOFF, College of William &Mary ALBERT J. REISS, Vanderbilt University STUDIES IN POPULATION-Park Room Chairman, KINGSLEY DAVIS, University of California, Berkeley GERHARD E. LENSKI, University of Michigan "Trends in the Catholic Population of the United States Since 1920" LINCOLN H. DAY, Mount Holyoke College "Childbearing and Female Participation in the labor force" WILLIAM A. MoRRISON, United College, Winnipeg "A Critical Analysis of Family-Planning Attitude Studies Conducted in India" T. LYNN SMITH, University of Florida "Rural-Urban Migration in Latin America" THE TEACHING OF SOCIOLOGY--'-Palladian Room *Chairman, CHARLES H. PAGE, Smith College CHARLES H. PAGE, Smith College "Sociology as a Teaching Enterprise: Problems and Trends" F. ]AMES DAVIS and ATLEE L. STROUP, College of Wooster "independent study in Sociology" ADoLPH S. ToMARS, City College of New York "Moral Relativism and Moral Anarchy" VERNON DAVIES, EDwARD GRoss and ]AMES F. SHORT, The State College of Washington "Student Achievement in lntrodnetory Sociology and Class Size"
11:00 A.M.-12:00 M. BUSINESS MEETING-Main Ballroom Agenda will include: Discussion from the floor of: Dues and budgetary problems of the Society Proposed category of Fellows Rep·ort of the Resolutions Committee
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1:20 P.M. TOUR ORGANIZED BY LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE Bureau of the Census
2:00P.M. TOUR ORGANIZED BY LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE Library of Congress
1:30-3:30 P.M.
SOCIOLOGY OF OCCUPATIONS: The Social Psychological AspectTamerlane Room
Chairman, HARVEY L. SMITH, University of North Carolina
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MELVIN TUMIN, Princeton University, and ARNOLD FELDMAN, University of
Delaware
"Measures and Meanings of Occupational Mobility: Puerto Rico, a
Case Study"
JAMES C. ABEGGLEN, Massachusetts Institute of Technology "Personal Autonomy: A Comparison of Mobile and Non-Mobile Men"
PETER KoNG·MING NEW and IRwiN DEUTSCHER, Community Studies, Inc. "A Refinement of the Concept Reference Group: Application to the Osteopathic Profession"
CHARLES WOODHOUSE, University of California, Riverside "Public Housing Managers: A Study in the Strategy of Professionaliza- tion"
SOCIAL DISORGANIZATION AND DEVIANT BEHAVIOR (joint session with Society for Study of Social Problems)-Terrace Banquet Room Co-Chairmen, ALBERT K. CoHEN, Indiana University, and RICHARD A. ScHERMER· HORN, Western Reserve University JAcK P. GmBs and WALTER T. MARTIN, University of Oregon "Status Integration and Suicide: A Theoretical Formulation" WARREN E. JAMES, Ohio State University "Some Social Correlates of Continued Addiction to Drugs" * ALBERT K. COHEN, Indiana University "The Problematics of the Field" Discussion: MHYBA S. MINNIS, University of Idaho
SOCIOLOGY OF LAW-Palladian Room *Chairman, PHILIP SELZNICK, University of California, Berkeley PHILIP SELZNICK, University of California, Berkeley "Problems and Perspectives of the Sociology of Law" REGINALD A. H. RoBSON and ALAN P. BATES, University of Nebraska "A Comparison between the Law and Community Values in the Area of Parent-Child Relationship" F. JAMES DAVIS, Hamline University "Some Hypotheses about Law and Society"
THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1957-(Continued)
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SOCIAL STRATIFICATION-Main Ballroom Chairman, KURT B. MAYER, Brown University RoLAND J. PELLEGRIN and M. LEE TAYLOR, Louisiana State University "Social Background and Vertical Mobility Ideologies: Beliefs Concern- ing Mobility Trends and Opportunities" PETER M. BLAU, University of Chicago "Occupational Bias and Mobility" LEILA CALHOUN DEASY, National Institute of Mental Health "Aspects of Vertical Social Mobility in a Middle-Sized City" * LEoNARD BROOM, University of California, Los Angeles "Differentiation and Stratification: Some Problems and Opportunities" COMMUNICATION AND THE MODERN COMMUNITY-Club Room Chairman, JoHN W. RILEY, JR., Rutgers, The State University In the United States LEo A. IIAAK, Michigan State University "Conflicting Expectations as an Impediment to School-Community Com- munication" RoY E. CARTER, University of North Carolina "The Press and the Medical Profession" DoNALD HoRTON, University of Chicago "The Human Interest Story and the Communication of News" In the Middle East GoRDON K. HIRABAYASHI, American University at Cairo "Communication and Social and Political Consciousness in the Villages of Egypt" LuciLLE W. PEVSMER and DANIEL LERNER, Massachusetts Institute of Technology "Communication and Social Change in the Middle East" SOCIOLOGY OF SMALL GROUPS-Park Room Chairman, RoBERT FREED BALES, Harvard University FRED L. STRODTBECK, University of Chicago "Theory of Balance and Jury Decision-Making" VLADIMm B. CERVIN, University of Toronto "Relationship of Ascendant-Submissive Behavior in Dyadic Groups of Human Subjects to Their Emotional Responsiveness" PHILIP E. SLATER, Harvard University "Contrasting Correlates of Group Size" ]AMES A. JoNES, Columbia University "A Preliminary Consideration of Consensus on Rankings in Small Groups" KEITH MILLER, Reed College "Occupational Status and Role Allocation in Small Groups" MEDICINE AND SOCIOLOGY (joint session with Society for Study of Social Problems)-North Room Chairman, SAXoN GRAHAM, Roswell Park Memorial Institute
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1957-(Continued)
JULIUS A. Rom, University of Chicago "Social Science Study of Medical Treabnent"
BERNARD KUTNER and CHARLEs S. BRANT, Albert Einstein College of Medicine "Role Perceptions of Surgeons and Surgical Patients in a Resident- Centered Teaching Hospital"
LAWRENCE E. HINKLE, JR., M.D., Cornell University Medical College "The Relation between Illness, Culture Change, and Social Dislocation as Exemplified by the Study of Homogeneous Population Groups"
RAY H. ELLING, Yale University
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"Reflexive Self Concepts and Participation in a Rheumatic Fever Medical Program"
EMILY M. NETT, United States Air Force "Some Social and Psycholo~cal Correlates of Attitudes toward Medical Doctors"
EMPIRICAL RESEARCH AND THEORY-West Ballroom Chairman, PAUL F. LAzARSFELD, Columbia University A. T. J. MATmEws, American University at Beirut "Secondary Analysis and the Development of Theory" GEORGE K. ToKUHATA, Michigan State Department of Mental Health "A Methodological Approach to Theories of the Middle Range" WALTER A. SEDELOW, JR., Amherst College "History as Language" ERwiN 0. SMIGEL, Indiana University "Interviewing a Legal Elite-The Wall Street Lawyer"
3:30-5:30 P.M.
RURAL SOCIOLOGY: Diffusion and decision processes (joint with Rural Sociological Society)-Terrace Banquet Room
Chairman, C. ARNOLD ANDERSON, University of Kentucky * C. ARNOLD ANDERSON, University of Kentucky "Rural Sociology Approaches Maturity"
BRYCE RYAN, L. D. JAYASENA and D. C. R. WICKREMESINGHE University of
Miami
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"Secularization Processes in a Ceylon Village"
D. E. LINDSTROM, University of Illinois "Diffusion of Agricultural and Home Economics Practices in a Japanese Rural Community"
E. A. WILKENING and NANCY WooD, University of Wisconsin "Husband and Wife Involvement in Farm Family Decision-Making as Related to Social Status and other Factors"
ALFRED DEAN, HERBERT A. AuRBACH and C. PAUL MARsH, North Carolina State College "Some Factors Related to 'Rationality' in Decision-Making among Farm Operators"
THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1957-(Continued)
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THE FAMILY-Main Ballroom Chairman, WILLIAM J. GooDE, Columbia University THOMAS P. MoNAHAN, Municipal Court of Philadelphia "The Changing Nature and the Instability of Remarriages" * WILLIAM J. GooDE, Columbia University "Horizons in Family Theory" RoBERT F. WINCH, Northwestern University "Some Hypothesized Types of Complementariness" INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY-Palladian Room Chairman, CoNRAD M. ARENSBERG, Columbia University HENRY A. LANDSBERGER and FRANK B. MILLER, Cornell University "The Horizontal Dimension: An Addition to Bureaucratic Theory" HERBERT A. SHEPARD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology "The Place and Role of the Research and Development Laboratory" ALBERT H. RuBENSTEIN, Massachusetts Institute of Technology "Organization of Divisionalized Research and Development" WILLIAM M. EvAN, Columbia University "Some Prerequisites for a Voluntary Industrial Organization" RAYMOND J. MURPHY, University of California, Los Angeles "Job Satisfaction, Aspirations, and Occupational Mobility: A Compara- tive Analysis of Salesmen, Bankers, and Engineers" PANEL DISCUSSION ON MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY-Club Room Co·Chairmen, RoBERT STRAus, University of Kentucky School of Medicine, and GEORGE G. READER, M.D., Cornell University Medical College ODIN W. ANDERSON and MILVOY S. SEACAT, Health Information Foundation, New York City "The Behavioral Scientists and Research in the Health Field: A Questionnaire Survey" MIUTARY SOCIOLOGY-Tamerlane Room Co·Chairmen, HANS SPEIER and HERBERT GoLDHAMER, RAND Corporation MoRRIS JANOWITZ, University of Michigan "The Military Establishment as a Social System" ALBERT D. BIDERMAN, Air Force Personnel and Training Research Center, Max· well Air Force Base, Alabama "Effects of Communist Indoctrination Attempts: Some Comments Based on an Air Force Prisoner of War Study" STANISLAW ANDRZEJEWSKI, Brunei College of Technology, London "On Social Implications of Push-Button Warfare" POUTICAL SOCIOLOGY-Park Room Chairman, S. M. LIPSET,, University of California, Berkeley WILLIAM KoRNHAUSER, University of California "Anti-Democratic Tendencies of Mass Society"
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WILsoN REcoRD, Sacramento State College "The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the Communist Party" HANAN C. SELVIN, University of California, Berkeley "Influence of Social Structure on Formation and Change of Political Attitudes" FRED R. YODER, Lewis and Clark College "Political Sociology in Introductory Textbooks-A Critique" HERBERT MAccoBY, University of California, Berkeley ''The Relationship of Participation in Voluntary Associations to Political Participation" RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS: Changing Patterns of Negro-White Relations (joint session with Society for Study of Social Problems)West Ballroom Chairman,]. MILTON YINGER, Oberlin College DAVID]. PITTMAN and WILLIAM L. HoLLAND, University of Rochester "Isolated Negro Penetration of White Residential Areas in a Metro- politan Community" MORTON RUBIN, Northeastern University "Localism and Related Values Among Negroes in a Southern Rural Community" KARA RoussEAu SMITH, New Orleans, Louisiana, and VERNON J. PARENTON, Institute of Population Research, Louisiana State University "Cultural Patterns of Colored Creoles: A Study of a Selected Segment of New Orleans Negroes with French Cultural Orientations" MELVIN M. TUMIN, Princeton University "Readiness for and Resistance to Desegregation: A Social Portrait of the Hard Core" LEWIS M. KILLIAN, The Florida State University, and JoHN L. IIAEB, RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, California "Variables Related to Attitudes Regarding School Desegregation among White Southerners"
27 COMMITTEE MEETINGS COUNCIL, 1957-Headquarters Suite, Room 100-C August 26, 10:00 A.M.-Meeting 12:00 M. -Informal Luncheon Meeting 1:15 P.M.-Meeting August 27, 4:30 P.M.-Meeting 10:00 P.M.-General Council Reception (refreshments available) August 28, 4:30 P.M.-Meeting (tentative) COUNCIL, 195~Room 100-C August 29, 4:30 P.M.-Meeting LIAISON COMMITTEE ON SOCIOLOGY AND EDUCATION, WILBUR BROOKOVER, Chairman August 27, 9:00 A.M.-Blue Room August 28, 1:30 P.M.-Room 100-C 1958 COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES, AMos H. HAWLEY, Chairman August 27, 9:00 A.M.-Room 100-C SELECTION COMMITTEE ON MAciVER AWARD, RoBERT BIERSTEDT, Chairman August 27, 1:30 P.M.-+-Room 100-C 1958 COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS AND ELECTIONS, Chairman to be appointed. August 29, 1:30 P.M.-Room 100-C MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE AND REPRESENTATIVES, RAYMOND SLETTO, Chairman August 28, 12:00 M.-Special Luncheon Meeting-Blue Room COMMITTEE ON TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS, ELBRIDGE SIBLEY, Chairman August 27, 1:30 P.M.-North Room August 28, 9:00 A.M.-Room 100-C Special Panel Session: "How Could Students Be Better Trained in Research?" Participants: ELBRIDGE SmLEY, Chairman; RAYMOND BoWERS; LEONARD S. CoTTRELL, JR.; MAURICE DAVIE; MARGARET ]ARMAN HAGooD; EVERETT C. HUGHES Open to all interested members of the Society COMMITTEE ON SOCIAL STATISTICS, DuDLEY KIIIK, Chairman August 28, 3:30 P.M.-Blue Room 1958 COMMITTEE ON RESEARCH, E. WILLIAM NoLAND, Chairman August 29, 3:30 P.M.-Blue Room COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATIONS, LEONARD S. CoTTRELL, JR., Chairman August 29, 9:00 A.M.-Room 100-C
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INDEX OF PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS
A Abel, Theodore F..................... 21 W Abegglen, James C................... 22 Affinito, Mona .................... 11, 18 Albrect, Milton C. . ............... 16, 20 Alpert, Harry ..................... 9, 17 Anderson, C. Arnold .............. 20, 24 Anderson, Odin W................... 25 Anderson, Philip ................. 11, 17 Andrzejewski, Stanislaw .............. 25 Angell, Robert C. . .................. 14 Arensberg, Conrad M. . ........... 10, 25 Argyria, Chris ........................ 9 Aubert, Vilhelm ..................... 18 Aurbach, Herbert A. . ................ 24 Back, Kurt W....................... 20 Bain, Read ........................... 9 Bales, Robert F.................. 17, 23 Barber, Bernard ................... 9, 16 Barnett, James H........·......... 14, 20 Barton, Allen ........................ 18 Bassin, Alexander .................... 13 e Bates, Alan P........................ 22 Baur, E. Jackson ...................... 7 : Bealer, Robert C. . .................... 9 · Becker, Howard .................. 12, 21 Becker, Howard S. . ................... 7 Bellah, Robert N..................... 19 Bellin, Seymour ..................... 16 Bennett, Edward M. . ................ 15 Bennis, Warren G. . .............. 11, 18 Berger, Morroe ....................... 10 Berger, Peter L. ..................... 19 Berkowitz, Norman ............... 11, 18 Berreman, Joel V..................... 14 Bidennan, Albert D................... 25 Bidwell, Charles .....................18 Blank, Paul ......................... 16 Blau, Peter M....................... 23 Blau, Zena Smith ..................... 8 Blizzard, Samuel W. . ................. 8 Bloch, Herbert A.................. 6, 16 Blue, John T., Jr.................... 14 Blumen, Jean L. . .................... 8 Boggs, Stephen T.....................6 Borgatta, Edgar F.................... 12 Borinski, Ernst ...................... 19 Boskoff, Alvin ....................... 21 Brant, Charles S...................... 24 Bredemeier, Harry C. . ................ 18 Breen, Leonard Z. . .................... 8 Broderick, Carlfred B. .................6 Brookover, Wilbur .................... 18 Broom, Leonard ................... 6, 23
Browning, Harley L. ................. 10 Bunzel, Joseph H.................. 16, 20 Burchard, WaldoW................... 12 Burgess, Ernest W.................... 8 Caldwell, Morris G....................6 Campbell, Ernest Q. .. ................ 11 Caplow, Theodore .....................7 Caplowitz, David ..................... 17 Carter, Hugh ........................ 13 Carter, Roy E. . ...................... 23 Casagrande, Joseph ...................8 Cervin, Vladimir ................ 17, 23 Chaneles, Sol .......................14 Charters, W. W., Jr. . ................ 18 Clark, Alexander L. ...................6 Clark, Burton R. ......................7 Clausen, John A................... 7, 12 Clinard, Marshall B. ................. 19 Coates, Charles H.....................8 Cohen, Albert K. ..................9, 22 Cohn, Richard ....................... 17 Constas, Helen ........................6 Cooper, Saul .........................6 Coser, Rose L. ........................ 7 Cottrell, Leonard S., Jr.............. 17 Cressey, Donald R. . .................. 13 Cumming, Elaine ..................... 16 Curtis, Jack H......................... 8 Davies, Vernon ....................... 21 Davis, F. James ................... 21, 22 Davis, Kingsley ............... 12, 19, 21 Day, Lincoln H....................... 21 Dean, Alfred ......................... 24 Deasy, Leila Calhoun .............. 9, 23 Deutscher, Irwin ..................... 22 De Vos, George ...................... 11 Diamond, Sigmund ................... 12 Dinitz, Simon .........................6 Dodd, Stuart C. . ...................... 9 Edwards, G. Franklin ................. 20 Eister, Allen W........................8 Elling, Ray .......................... 24 Elliott, Mabel ........................ 19 Eron, Leonard ........................ 7 Evan, William M..................... 25 Faris, Robert E. Lee .................. 15 Faunce, William A.................... 10 Fava, Sylvia F ........................ 14 Feldman, Arnold ..................... 22 Finestone, Harold ....................13
Firey, Walter ..................... 10, 14 Fishman, Joshua A.................... 12 Fiske, Marjorie .·.................... 15 Foote, Nelson N...................... 16 Ford, Robert N. . ..................... 9 Form, William H...................... 9 Fox, James H......................... 8 Fox, Renee C.·.....·................. 10 Freeman, Howard E. . ................. 12 Furman, S. . ......................... 12 Garfinkel, Harold .....................9 Geer, Blanche ......................... 7 Gibbs, Jack P ........................ 22 Gladwin, Thomas ..................... 8 Glick, Paul C. . ...................... 13 Glock, Charles Y. . ................... 19 Coffman, Erving .................. 12, 18 Gold, Martin ......................... 17 Goldhamer, Herbert .................. 25 Goldsen, Rose K................ 7, 11, 17 Goode, William J .................. 13, 25 Goodwin, Harriet ..................... 15 Goss, Mary E. W..................... 17 Gouldner, Alvin ................... 7, 18 Graham, Charles V.................... 11 Graham, Saxon , ..................... 23 Grana, Cesar ......................... 16 Griff, Mason ......................... 20 Grigg, Charles Meade ................. 14 Gross, Edward ....................... 21 Gross, Feliks ........................ 15 Gross, Neal ....................... 7, 18 Guba, Egon G........................ 18 Gusfield, Joseph R.................. · .11 Haak, Leo A. . ....................... 23 Haer, John L. ........................26 Hagen, Everett E. .................... 10 Haggard, Ernest ..................... 18 Halbert, Michael ..................... 16 Hall, Oswald ......................... 16 Haller, Archie 0 ...................... 15 Hardt, Robert H. . .................... 16 Hartung, Frank E. . ................... 9 Hassinger, Edward W................. 11 Hay, Donald G....................... 20 Hayner, Norman S.................... 19 Heberle, Rudolf ·..................... 14 Heer, David MacAlpine ............... 13 Herz, Martin F. . ..................... 10 Hillery, George A. . ...··............. 12 Hinkle, Lawrence E., Jr............... 24 Hirabayashi, Gordon K. ............... 23 Hirsch, Walter .......·............... 20 Hodges, Harold M., Jr............. 11, 17 Hoffer, Charles R. .................... 20 Hoffman, Lois ....................... 17 Holland, William L. .................. 26 Holmberg, Allen R. ................. · .9 Horton, Donald ...................... 23 Hughes, Everett C................. 7, 16 Hurwitz, Jacob I. .....................6 Hutcheson, B. R. ................ · · · · · .6
Inkeles, Alex ..................... 11, 15
Jackson, Philip ...................... 18 Jaco, E. Gartley ................... 7, 16 James, Warren E. . ................... 22 Janowitz, Morris ..................... 25 Jayasena, L. D. , ....·................. 24 J ellery, Clarence R. . ................. 13 A Jones, James A....................... 23 J ourard, Sidney M.................... 17 Jurkowitz, Maeda .................... 11., Kalven, Harry, Jr..................... 18 Kay, Barbara A. . ..................... 6 Keller, Suzanne ·..................... 15 Kerckhoff, Alan C. . .................. 15 Killian, Lewis M. . ................... 26 Klausner, Samuel Z. . ................. 18 Kohn, Melvin Lester .................. 15 Kolb, William L. ..................... 10 Kornhauser, William ·................. 25 Kosa, John ........................... 6 Kovrig, Bela ....·.·.................. 15 Krassowski, Witold ·.................. 13 Kutner, Bernard ..................... 24
Lacy, 0. W...·...................... 14
Landis, Judson T..................... 13
Landsberger, Henry A................ 25
LLaasnagknoe~r,
Thomas Paul ..
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.. 7 . 17
Laulicht, Jerome ...................... 7
Lazarsfeld, Paul F......... '. 7, 11, 13, 24
Lederer, Peter ·...................... 19
Lee, Everett S........................ 1 4 -
Lee, Sidney .......................... 11
Lefcowitz, Myron J .................... 10
Lejins, Peter ........................ 13
Lemert, Edwin M. . ................... 19
Lenski, Gerhard E. .. ................. 21
Lerner, Daniel ................ 10, 15, 23
Levine, Gene Norman ................. 10
Levinson, Daniel J .................... 11
Lindstrom, David E. .................. 24
Lionberger, Herbert F. . .............. 20
Lippitt, Ronald ...................... 17
Lipset, S. M................... ll, 15, 25
Llewellyn, Karl ................. · .... 19
Lorge Irving D....................... 12 Lowe~thal, Leo ................... 16, 20
LLuocwhrty~rhSahnedl,doEnlmGe.r. .........................·.·........
20 21
Lyle, William ........................ 13
Mabry, John H....................... 12 MacCannell, Earle H.................. 14 Maccoby, Herbert .................... 26 Mack, Raymond W................... 11 MacRae, Duncan, Jr. . ............... ll Malone, Mary .................... 11, 18 Manheim, Ernest ..................... 12 Mann, W. A................... · . · · · · .12 Marsh, C. Paul ....................... 24 Martin, Walter T..................... 22 Matthews, A. Thomas J. . ............. 24
May, Donald G....................... 20 Mayer, Kurt B....................... 23 Mayo, Selz C. . .·..................... 20 McGinnis, Robert .................... 11 McLaughlin, A. · ..................... 12 McNamara, Robert L................. ll Mentschikoff, Soia .................... 18 Menzel, Herbert ...................... 9 Merton, Robert K. .................... 19 AMessinger, Sheldon L. . ............... 18 'WJ\1eyer, A. J .......................... 10 Meyer, Henry J. . .................... 12 Miller, Frank B...................... 25 Miller, Keith ........................ 23 Miller, S. M........................... 7 Mills, Theodore M. . .................. 18 Miner, Horace M. . ................... 11 Minnis, Mhyra S. . ................... 22 Monahan, Thomas P.................. 25 Moore, Mary ......................... 17 Morris, Richard T..................... 7 Morris, Rudolph Edward .............. 20 Morrison, William A.................. 21 Mueller, John H...................... 14 Murphey, Murray G................... 14 Murphy, Raymond J .................. 25 Myers, Jerome K...................... 7 Nagel, Ernest ........................ 13 Nalbandian, Myron K................. 16 Nasatir, E. David .................... 21 Nash, Dennison J..................... 14 Nash, John ........................... 6 ~ett, Emily M........................ 24 -~eumeyer, Martin H................... 6 New, Peter Kong-Ming ................ 22 Newcomb, Theodore M.................6 Niederhoffer, Arthur ................... 6 Nisbet, R. A. . ....................... 12 Nosow, Sigmund ...................... 9 Nye, F. Ivan ........................... 6 Olson, Virgil J ........................6 O'Neal, Patricia ...................... 20 Page, Charles H....................... 21 Parenton, Vernon J................. i .26 Parsons, Talcott .............. 12, 18, 21 Pedersen, Harald A. . ................. 20 Pellegrin, Roland J. . ................. 23 Petersen, William .................... 12 Pevsmer, Lucille W................... 23 Phillips, Bernard S................... 20 Pierson, George Wilson ................ 14 Pittman, David J ..................... 26 Porter, Ward F.,. Jr. ................ 20 Posman, Harry ....................... 16 Price, Daniel 0. . ..................... 7 Quinn, Olive W, ·..................... 16 Rachiele, Leo D. .. .................... 6 Reader, George G. . , ....·.....10, 17, 25
Reckless, Walter C. . ...................6 Record, Wilson ...................... 26 Reiss, Albert J., Jr................... 21 Richardson, J. T....................... 8 Riecken, Henry W..................... 6 Riessman, Frank ...................... 8 Riley, John W., Jr................. 9, 23 Riley, Matilda White .................. 17 Ringer, Benjamin B................... 19 Robins, Lee N.·......................20 Robson, Reginald A. H. . .............. 22 Rosen, Bernard C. . ................... ll Rosen, Sidney ........................ 17 Rosenberg, Morris ..................... 7 Roth, Julius A. .. ..................... 24 Rubenstein, Albert H................. 25 Rubin, Morton ....................... 26 Ryan, Bryce ···...................... 24 Schaffer, Leslie ....................·.. 9 Schermerhorn, Richard A. . ......... 9, 22 Schmid, Calvin F..................... 14 Schommer, Cyril 0., S.J............... 6 Schulze, Robert 0 .................... 11 Schuyler, Joseph B.................... 19 Seacat, Milvoy S. . ................... 25 Sedelow, Walter A.................... 24 Selvin, Hanan C. .. ................... 26 Selznick, Philip .................. 18, 22 Sewell, William H. .. ................. 15 Shepard, Herbert A............... 17, 25 Sheps, Cecil ......................... 11 Shils, Edward A...................... 10 Short, James F., Jr.................. 6, 21 Siegal, E. L. ......................... 12 Sim, Francis M. . ..................... 9 Simmons, Ozzie G. . .................. 12 Simon, Herbert A. .................... 13 Simpson, George E.................... 14 Sizer, Leonard M..................... 20 Sjoberg, Gideon ·..................... 10 Slater, Carol .......................... 6 Slater, Philip E...................... 23 Smigel, Erwin 0 ...................... 24 Smith, Harvey L. .................... 22 Smith, Joel ........................... 9 Smith, Kara Rousseau ................ 26 Smith, T. Lynn ...................... 21 Solon, Jerry ......................... 11 Somers, Robert ...................... 11 Speier, Hans ......................... 25 Srole, Leo ............................ 7 Stolzenback, Darwin ................... 8 Stone, Robert C. ...................... 18 Stouffer, Samuel A. . .............. 13, 18 Strangland, Dale ..................... 20 Straus, Robert ....................... 25 Strauss, Anselm L. . ............ 6, 10, 16 Streib, Gordon F. .. ................... 8 Strodtbeck, Fred. L................... 23 Stroup, Atlee L. ......................21 Suchman, Edward A., Sr........... 7, 11 Tappan, Paul W...................... 13 Taylor, M. Lee ....................... 23
Thompson, Wayne E............. : . ... 8 Thrupp, Sylvia L. .................... 16 Tokuhata, George K ................. 24 Tomars, Adolph S................. 14, 21 Tregoe, Benjamin B. .................. 7 Tumin, Melvin C. . ................ 22, 26 Turner, Ralph H...................... 17 Van Arsdol, Maurice Donald ........... 14 Vance, Rupert B. ..................... 14 Walder, Leopold ...................... 7 Weeks, H. Ashley .................... 13 Weinberg, S. Kirson ...................9 Wessen, Albert F. . ................... 17 Whitman, Lauris B. . ................. 19 Whitney, Vincent Heath .............. 14 Wickremesinghe, D. C. R............. 24
Wilkening, Eugene A.................. 24 Williams, Harry B. · ................... 9 Williams, Richard H. . ................. 8 Williams, Warren S................... 16 Winch, Robert F..................... 25 Wood, Nancy ........................ 24 Woodhouse, Charles .................. 22 Wooton, Barbara ..................... 19 Wright, Charles R. ................... 20 Yarrow, Marian R. . .................. 1 6 Yinger, J. Milton ................. 14, 26 Yoder, Fred R. ...................... 26 Youmans, E. Grant .................. 16 Zaleznik, Abraham ..........·........ 10 Zelditch, Morris, Jr................... 13
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