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The state of the social sciences ; papers presented at the 25th anniversary of the Social Science Research Building, the University of Chicago, November 10-12, 1955.

Edited by Leonard D. White.

[Chicago] : University of Chicago Press, [1956]

xiv, 504 págs. : ilustraciones ; 24 cm.

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Contenido

  • Science, society, and the modes of law / Knight, Frank H. (Frank Hyneman), 1885-1972
  • Toward a general theory for the behavioral sciences / Miller, James G.
  • Models : their uses and limitations / Simon, Herbert A. (Herbert Alexander), 1916-2001
  • Newell, Allen
  • Impact of psychoanalytic thinking on the social sciences / Lasswell, Harold D. (Harod Dwight), 1902-1978
  • Toward a comparison of value-emphases in different cultures / Kluckhohn, Clyde K. M.
  • Political moieties / Murdock, George Peter
  • Task status and likeability as a function of talking and listening in decision-making groups / Bales, Robert Freed, 1916-
  • Psychological needs as a function of social environments / Horwitz, Murray
  • Emotionality and work in groups / Thelen, Herbert Arnold, 1913-
  • Biosocial theory in human development / Olson, Willard Clifford, 1899-1978
  • The ego and status-anxiety / Davis, Allison, 1902-1983
  • Ecological aspects of urban research / Hauser, Philip Morris, 1909-1994
  • The cultural aspect of urban research / Hughes, Everett C. (Everrett Cherrington), 1897-1983
  • Industrial organization and economic progress / Stigler, George J. (George Joseph), 1911-1991
  • Some international aspects of economic stabilization / Viner, Jacob, 1892-1970
  • The study of public opinion / Berelson, Bernard, 1912-1979
  • Some observations on the "older" and the "newer" social sciences / Riesman, David, 1909-2002
  • The changing time / Lippmann, Walter, 1889-1974
  • The social sciences today / Kimpton, Lawrence A.
 
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