YearMonthVol.Title and Special Editor(s)/Author(s) Article TitlesPages
2009Sept625The End of Television? Its Impact on the World (So Far)Elihu Katz and Paddy Scannell
Elihu KatzIntroduction6-18
Daniel DayanSharing and Showing: Television as a Monstration19-31
Joshua MeyrowitzWe Liked to Watch: Television as Progenitor of the Surveillance Society32-48
Amanda D. LotzWhat Is U.S. Television Now?49-59
William UricchioContextualizing the Broadcast Era: Nation, Commerce, and Constraint60-73
John P. Robinson and Steven MartinOf Time and Television74-86
Paul FroshThe Face of Television87-102
John EllisThe Performance on Television of Sincerely Felt Emotion103-115
David E. MorrisonCultural and Moral Authority: The Presumption of Television116-27
Peter LuntTelevision, Public Participation, and Public Service: from Value Consensus to the Politics of Identity128-38
Andrea PressGender and Family in Television's Golden Age and Beyond139-50
Sonia LivingstoneHalf a Century of Television in the Lives of Our Children151-63
Michael Gurevitch, Stephen Coleman, and Jay G. BlumlerPolitical Communication - Old and New Medial Relationships164-81
Menahem Blondheim and Tamar LiebesTelevision News and the Nation: The End?182-95
Monroe E. PriceEnd of Television and Foreign Policy196-204
Garry WhannelTelevision and the Transformation of Sport205-218
Paddy ScannellThe Dialectic of Time and Television219
2009July624Fathering across Diversity and Adversity: International Perspectives and Policy InterventionsRosalind Edwards, Andrea Doucet, and Frank F. Furstenberg
Rosalind Edwards, Andrea Doucet, and Frank F. FurstenbergFathering across Diversity and Adversity: International Perspectives and Policy Interventions6-11
Tracey ReynoldsExploring the Absent/Present Dilemma: Black Fathers, Family Relationships, and Social Capital in Britain12-28
Jessica BallFathering in the Shadows: Indigenous Fathers and Canada's Colonial Legacies29-48
Val GilliesUnderstandings and Experiences of Involved Fathering in the United Kingdom: Exploring Classed Dimensions49-60
Kerry J. Daly, Lynda Ashbourne, and Jaime Lee BrownFathers' Perceptions of Children's Influence: Implications for Involvement61-77
Andrea DoucetDad and Baby in the First Year: Gendered Responsibilities and Embodiment78-98
Jennifer March Augustine, Timothy Nelson, and Kathryn EdinWhy Do Poor Men Have Children? Fertility Intentions among Low-Income Unmarried U.S. Fathers99-117
William MarsiglioMen's Relations with Kids: Exploring and Promoting the Mosaic of Youth Work and Fathering118-138
David C. Este and Admasu A. TachbleThe Perceptions and Experiences of Russian Immigrant and Sudanese Refugee Men as Fathers in an Urban Center in Canada139-155
Maureen R. WallerFamily Man in the Other America: New Opportunities, Motivations, and Supports for Paternal Caregiving156-176
Berit Brandth and Elin KvandeGendered or Gender-Neutral Care Politics for Fathers?177-189
Margaret O'BrienFathers, Parental Leave Policies, and Infant Quality of Life: International Perspectives and Policy Impact190-213
Barbara Hobson and Susanne FahlénCompeting Scenarios for European Fathers: Applying Sen's Capabilities and Agency Framework to Work—Family Balance214-233
Oriel Sullivan, Scott Coltrane, Linda Mcannally, and Evrim AltintasFather-Friendly Policies and Time-Use Data in a Cross-National Context: Potential and Prospects for Future Research234-254
2009May623Race, Crime, and Justice: Contexts and ComplexitiesLauren J. Krivo and Ruth D. Peterson
Lauren J. Krivo and Ruth D. PetersonIntroduction7-10
Jeffrey M. Cancino, Ramiro Martinez, Jr., and Jacob I. StowellThe Impact of Neighborhood Context on Intragroup and Intergroup Robbery: The San Antonio Experience12-24
Deanna L. Wilkinson, Chauncey C. Beaty, and Regina M. LurryYouth Violence— Crime or Self-Help? Marginalized Urban Males' Perspectives on the Limited Efficacy of the Criminal Justice System to Stop Youth Violence25-38
Carmen Solis, Edwardo L. Portillos, and Rod K. BrunsonLatino Youths' Experiences with and Perceptions of Involuntary Police Encounters39-51
Patricia Y. Warren and Amy FarrellThe Environmental Context of Racial Profiling52-63
Gale IlesThe Effects of Race/Ethnicity and National Origin on Length of Sentence in the United States Virgin Islands64-76
Jorge M. Chavez and Doris Marie ProvineRace and the Response of State Legislatures to Unauthorized Immigrants78-92
Ruth D. Peterson and Lauren J. KrivoSegregated Spatial Locations, Race-Ethnic Composition, and Neighborhood Violent Crime93-107
Hilary Smith, Nancy Rodriguez, and Marjorie S. ZatzRace, Ethnicity, Class, and Noncompliance with Juvenile Court Supervision108-120
Amy Farrell, Geoff Ward, and Danielle RousseauRace Effects of Representation among Federal Court Workers: Does Black Workforce Representation Reduce Sentencing Disparities?121-133
Robert D. Crutchfield and David PettinicchioCultures of Inequality: Ethnicity, Immigration, Social Welfare, and Imprisonment134-147
Victor M. RiosThe Consequences of the Criminal Justice Pipeline on Black and Latino Masculinity150-162
Ross L. Matsueda and Kevin DrakulichPerceptions of Criminal Injustice, Symbolic Racism, and Racial Politics163-178
Holly Foster and John HaganThe Mass Incarceration of Parents in America: Issues of Race/ Ethnicity, Collateral Damage to Children, and Prisoner Reentry179-194
Devah Pager, Bruce Western, and Naomi SugieSequencing Disadvantage: Barriers to Employment Facing Young Black and White Men with Criminal Records195-213
Bryan L. Sykes and Alex R. PiqueroStructuring and Re-Creating Inequality: Health Testing Policies, Race, and the Criminal Justice System214-227
2009March622The Globalization of Class ActionsDeborah R. Hensler
Deborah R. HenslerThe Globalization of Class Actions: An Overview7-29
Nicholas M. PaceGroup and Aggregate Litigation in the United States32-40
Jasminka Kalajdzic, W.A. Bogart, and Ian MatthewsCanada41-52
Héctor A. MairalArgentina54-62
Ada Pellegrini GrinoverBrazil63-67
Martín Gubbins and Carla LópezChile68-75
Christopher HodgesEuropean Union Legislation78-85
Georg E. KodekCollective Redress in Austria86-94
Matthias E. Storme and Evelyne TerrynBelgium95-104
Christopher HodgesEngland and Wales105-113
Véronique MagnierFrance114-124
Dietmar Baetge125-137
Elisabetta SilvestriItaly138-148
Ianika Tzankova and Daan Lunsingh ScheurleerThe Netherlands149-160
Henrique Sousa AntunesPortugal161-169
Pablo Gutiérrez de CabiedesSpain170-178
Samuel P. BaumgartnerSwitzerland179-187
Magdalena TulibackaPoland190-200
Erik WerlauffClass Actions in Denmark202-208
Klaus ViitanenFinland209-219
Camilla BerntNorway220-230
Per Henrik LindblomSweden231-241
Amichai Magen and Peretz SegalIsrael244-253
Clive PlasketSouth Africa256-268
Michael Palmer and Chao XiChina270-279
Ikuo SugawaraJapan280-285
Yeow Choy Choong and Sujata BalanMalaysia: Principles and Procedural Obstacles286-295
Jeffrey PinslerGroup Litigation in Singapore296-300
Kuan-Ling Shen and Alex Yueh-Ping YangTaiwan301-309
Mas Achmad SantosaIndonesia310-317
Vince MorabitoAustralia320-327
Christopher HodgesWhat Are People Trying to Do in Resolving Mass Issues, How Is It Going, and Where Are We Headed?330-345
2009January621The Moynihan Report Revisited: Lessons and Reflections after Four DecadesDouglas S. Massey and Robert J. Sampson
Douglas S. Massey and Robert J. SampsonMoynihan Redux: Legacies and Lessons6-27
James Q. WilsonPat Moynihan Thinks about Families28-33
William Julius WilsonThe Moynihan Report and Research on the Black Community34-46
Harry J. HolzerThe Labor Market and Young Black Men: Updating Moynihan's Perspective47-69
Devah Pager and Diana KarafinBayesian Bigot? Statistical Discrimination, Stereotypes, and Employer Decision Making70-93
Frank F. FurstenbergIf Moynihan Had Only Known: Race, Class, and Family Change in the Late Twentieth Century94-110
Sara McLanahanFragile Families and the Reproduction of Poverty111-131
Linda M. Burton and M. Belinda TuckerRomantic Unions in an Era of Uncertainty: A Post-Moynihan Perspective on African American Women and Marriage132-148
Kathryn Edin, Laura Tach, and Ronald MincyClaiming Fatherhood: Race and the Dynamics of Paternal Involvement among Unmarried Men149-177
Andrew Cherlin, Bianca Frogner, David Ribar, and Robert MoffittWelfare Reform in the Mid-2000s: How African American and Hispanic Families in Three Cities Are Faring178-201
Frank D. Bean, Cynthia Feliciano, Jennifer Lee, and Jennifer Van HookThe New U.S. Immigrants: How Do They Affect Our Understanding of the African American Experience?202-220
Bruce Western and Christopher WildemanThe Black Family and Mass Incarceration221-242
Lawrence D. Bobo and Camille Z. CharlesRace in the American Mind: From the Moynihan Report to the Obama Candidacy243-259
Robert J. SampsonRacial Stratification and the Durable Tangle of Neighborhood Inequality260-280
Ron HaskinsMoynihan Was Right: Now What?281-314
2008November620Exceptional Outcomes: Achievement in Education and Employment Among Children of ImmigrantsPatricia Fernández-Kelly and Alejandro Portes
Alejandro Portes and Patricia Fernández-KellyIntroduction7-9
Alejandro Portes and Patricia Fernández-KellyNo Margin for Error: Educational and Occupational Achievement among Disadvantaged Children of Immigrants12-36
Min Zhou, Jennifer Lee, Jody Agius Vallejo, Rosaura Tafoya-Estrada, and Yang Sao XiongSuccess Attained, Deterred, and Denied: Divergent Pathways to Social Mobility in Los Angeles's New Second Generation37-61
Lingxin Hao and Suet-Ling PongThe Role of School in the Upward Mobility of Disadvantaged Immigrants' Children62-89
Angel L. Harris, Kenneth M. Jamison, and Monica H. TrujilloDisparities in the Educational Success of Immigrants: An Assessment of the Immigrant Effect for Asians and Latinos90-114
Patricia Fernández-KellyThe Back Pocket Map: Social Class and Cultural Capital as Transferable Assets in the Advancement of Second-Generation Immigrants116-137
Clemens KronebergEthnic Communities and School Performance among the New Second Generation in the United States: Testing the Theory of Segmented Assimilation138-160
Lisa Konczal and William HallerFit to Miss, but Matched to Hatch: Success Factors among the Second Generation's Disadvantaged in South Florida161-176
Cecilia MenjívarEducational Hopes, Documented Dreams: Guatemalan and Salvadoran Immigrants' Legality and Educational Prospects177-193
Rubén G. RumbautThe Coming of the Second Generation: Immigration and Ethnic Mobility in Southern California196-236
Tekla Nicholas, Alex Stepick, and Carol Dutton StepickHere's Your Diploma, Mom! Family Obligation and Multiple Pathways to Success237-252
Philip KasinitzBecoming American, Becoming Minority, Getting Ahead: The Role of Racial and Ethnic Status in the Upward Mobility of the Children of Immigrants253-269
Robert Courtney SmithHoratio Alger Lives in Brooklyn: Extrafamily Support, Intrafamily Dynamics, and Socially Neutral Operating Identities in Exceptional Mobility among Children of Mexican Immigrants270-290
Steven Elías AlvaradoNorms, Values, and Solidarity: A Durkheimian Perspective on Escaping from the Inner City292-294
G. Cristina MoraNo Margin for Error and Its Implications for Future Research295-298
Alejandro RivasWe Are the People Who Love Us and the Stories We Tell Ourselves299-301
Peggy LevittBook Review Essay: New Faces in New Places: The Changing Geography of American Immigration: Douglas Massey, ed. 2008. New Faces in New Places: The Changing Geography of American Immigration. New York: Russell Sage Foundation304-306
Charles HirschmanBook Review Essay: Inheriting the City: The Children of Immigrants Come of Age: Philip Kasinitz, John H. Mollenkopf, Mary C. Waters, and Jennifer Holdway. 2008. Inheriting the City: The Children of Immigrants Come of Age. New York: Russell Sage Foundation; and Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press307-310
2008September619Cultural Sociology and Its DiversityAmy Binder, Mary Blair-Loy, John H. Evans, Kwai Ng, and Michael Schudson
Amy Binder, Mary Blair-Loy, John Evans, Kwai Ng, and Michael SchudsonIntroduction: The Diversity of Culture6-14
Calvin MorrillCulture and Organization Theory15-40
Maria CharlesCulture and Inequality: Identity, Ideology, and Difference in "Postascriptive Society"41-58
John D. SkrentnyCulture and Race/Ethnicity: Bolder, Deeper, and Broader59-77
Francesca PollettaCulture and Movements78-96
Mitchell L. StevensCulture and Education97-113
Peter LevinCulture and Markets: How Economic Sociology Conceptualizes Culture114-129
Gary Alan Fine and Corey D. FieldsCulture and Microsociology: The Anthill and the Veldt130-148
Abigail C. Saguy and Forrest StuartCulture and Law: Beyond a Paradigm of Cause and Effect149-164
Steven EpsteinCulture and Science/Technology: Rethinking Knowledge, Power, Materiality, and Nature165-182
Dawne MoonCulture and the Sociology of Sexuality: It's Only Natural?183-205
Laura GrindstaffCulture and Popular Culture: A Case for Sociology206-222
Sophia Krzys Acord and Tia DeNoraCulture and the Arts: From Art Worlds to Arts-in-Action223-237
2008July618Terrorism: What the Next President Will FaceRichard A. Clarke
Richard A. Clarke and Emilian PapadopoulosIntroduction: Terrorism: The First Portfolio for the Next President6-12
Peter BergenAl Qaeda, the Organization: A Five-Year Forecast14-30
Bruce RiedelPakistan and Terror: The Eye of the Storm31-45
Brian FishmanUsing the Mistakes of al Qaeda's Franchises to Undermine Its Strategies46-54
Daniel L. Byman and Kenneth M. PollackIraq's Long-Term Impact on Jihadist Terrorism55-68
Sidney JonesBriefing for the New President: The Terrorist Threat in Indonesia and Southeast Asia69-78
John HorganFrom Profiles to Pathways and Roots to Routes: Perspectives from Psychology on Radicalization into Terrorism80-94
Evan F. KohlmannHomegrown Terrorists: Theory and Cases in the War on Terror's Newest Front95-109
Jonathan M. WinerCountering Terrorist Finance: A Work, Mostly in Progress112-132
Eric RosenbachThe Incisive Fight: Recommendations for Improving Counterterrorism Intelligence133-147
Tom MalinowskiRestoring Moral Authority: Ending Torture, Secret Detention, and the Prison at Guantanamo Bay148-159
Baruch Fischhoff, Scott Atran, and Marc SagemanMutually Assured Support: A Security Doctrine for Terrorist Nuclear Weapon Threats160-167
John BrennanThe Conundrum of Iran: Strengthening Moderates without Acquiescing to Belligerence168-179
Karin von HippelA Counterradicalization Strategy for a New U.S. Administration182-196
Reid Sawyer and Michael FosterThe Resurgent and Persistent Threat of al Qaeda197-211
Hady Amr and P. W. SingerTo Win the "War on Terror," We Must First Win the "War of Ideas": Here's How212-222
Marc SagemanA Strategy for Fighting International Islamist Terrorists223-231
Peter Bergen and Laurence FooterDefeating the Attempted Global Jihadist Insurgency: Forty Steps for the Next President to Pursue against al Qaeda, Like-Minded Groups, Unhelpful State Actors, and Radicalized Sympathizers232-247
2008May617The Politics of History in Comparative PerspectiveMartin O. Heisler
Jay WinterForeword: Historical Remembrance in the Twenty-First Century6-13
Martin O. HeislerIntroduction: The Political Currency of the Past: History, Memory, and Identity14-24
The Future of MemoryThe Future of Memory25-41
Michael KammenThe American Past Politicized: Uses and Misuses of History42-57
James V. WertschBlank Spots in Collective Memory: A Case Study of Russia58-71
Jenny Wüstenberg and David ArtUsing the Past in the Nazi Successor States from 1945 to the Present72-87
Fatma Müge GöçekThrough a Glass Darkly: Consequences of a Politicized Past in Contemporary Turkey88-106
Claudia SchneiderThe Japanese History Textbook Controversy in East Asian Perspective107-122
Hirofumi HayashiDisputes in Japan over the Japanese Military "Comfort Women" System and Its Perception in History123-132
Carolyn P. BoydThe Politics of History and Memory in Democratic Spain133-148
Andrew Bonnell and Martin CrottyAustralia's History under Howard, 1996-2007149-165
Vladimir TismaneanuDemocracy and Memory: Romania Confronts Its Communist Past166-180
Falk PingelCan Truth Be Negotiated? History Textbook Revision as a Means to Reconciliation181-198
Martin O. HeislerChallenged Histories and Collective Self-Concepts: Politics in History, Memory, and Time199-211
2008March616Public Dipomacy in a Changing WorldGeoffrey Cowan and Nicholas J. Cull
Geoffrey Cowan and Nicholas J. CullPublic Diplomacy in a Changing World6-8
Geoffrey Cowan and Amelia ArsenaultMoving from Monologue to Dialogue to Collaboration: The Three Layers of Public Diplomacy10-30.
Nicholas J. CullPublic Diplomacy: Taxonomies and Histories31-54
Etyan GilboaSearching for a Theory of Public Diplomacy55-77
Manuel CastellsThe New Public Sphere: Global Civil Society, Communication Networks, and Global Governance78-93
Joseph S. Nye, Jr.Public Diplomacy and Soft Power94-109
Ernest J. Wilson, IIIHard Power, Soft Power, Smart Power110-124
Peter van HamPlace Branding: The State of the Art126-149
Monroe E. Price, Susan Haas, and Drew MargolinNew Technologies and International Broadcasting: Reflections on Adaptations and Transformations150-172
Giles Scott-SmithMapping the Undefinable: Some Thoughts on the Relevance of Exchange Programs within International Relations Theory173-195
Nancy SnowInternational Exchanges and the U.S. Image198-222.
Michael J. Bustamante and Julia E. SweigBuena Vista Solidarity and the Axis of Aid: Cuban and Venezuelan Public Diplomacy223-256
Yiwei WangPublic Diplomacy and the Rise of Chinese Soft Power257-273.
Bruce GregoryPublic Diplomacy: Sunrise of an Academic Field274-290
2008January615Overweight and Obesity in America's Children: Causes, Consequences, SolutionsAmy B. Jordan
Amy B. JordanPreface6-10
Kyung RheeChildhood Overweight and the Relationship between Parent Behaviors, Parenting Style, and Family Functioning11-37
Laura C. LevitonChildren's Healthy Weight and the School Environment38-55
Amy HillierChildhood Overweight and the Built Environment: Making Technology Part of the Solution rather than Part of the Problem56-82
Laure DeMattia and Shannon Lee DenneyChildhood Obesity Prevention: Successful Community-Based Efforts83-99
Ariel CherninThe Effects of Food Marketing on Children's Preferences: Testing the Moderating Roles of Age and Gender101-118
Amy B. Jordan and Thomas N. RobinsonChildren, Television Viewing, and Weight Status: Summary and Recommendations from an Expert Panel Meeting119-132
Susan Linn and Courtney L. NovostatCalories for Sale: Food Marketing to Children in the Twenty-First Century133-155
Samantha K. GraffFirst Amendment Implications of Restricting Food and Beverage Marketing in Schools157-177
Victoria L. Brescoll, Rogan Kersh, and Kelly D. BrownellAssessing the Feasibility and Impact of Federal Childhood Obesity Policies178-194
Laura M. Segal and Emily E. GadolaGeneration O: Addressing Childhood Overweight before It's Too Late195-213
Tom HarkinMobilizing to Defeat the Childhood Obesity Epidemic215-218
Sam BrownbackConfronting Childhood Obesity219-221
William H. Dietz and Thomas N. RobinsonWhat Can We Do to Control Childhood Obesity?222-224
2007November614The Biology of Political BehaviorJohn R. Hibbing and Kevin B. Smith
John R. Hibbing and Kevin B. SmithThe Biology of Political Behavior: An Introduction6-14
Rose McDermott, Dominic Johnson, Jonathan Cowden, and Stephen RosenTestosterone and Aggression in a Simulated Crisis Game15-33
Ira H. CarmenGenetic Configurations of Political Phenomena: New Theories, New Methods34-55
Christopher W. Larimer, Rebecca J. Hannagan, and Kevin B. SmithBalancing Ambition and Gender Among Decision Makers56-73
Thomas CraemerAn Evolutionary Model of Racial Attitude Formation: Socially Shared and Idiosyncratic Racial Attitudes74-101
William D. Anderson and Cliff H. SummersNeuroendocrine Mechanisms, Stress Coping Strategies, and Social Dominance: Comparative Lessons about Leadership Potential102-130
Leonie Huddy, Stanley Feldman, and Christopher WeberThe Political Consequences of Perceived Threat and Felt Insecurity131-153
John A. Sautter, Levente Littvay, and Brennen BearnesA Dual-Edged Sword: Empathy and Collective Action in the Prisoner's Dilemma154-171
Jennifer Wolak and George E. MarcusPersonality and Emotional Response: Strategic and Tactical Responses to Changing Political Circumstances172-195
John R. Alford and John R. HibbingPersonal, Interpersonal, and Political Temperaments196-212
2007September613Advancing Research on Minority EntrepreneurshipTimothy Bates, William E. Jackson, III, and James H. Johnson, Jr.
Robert StromFostering Research on Minority Entrepreneurship6-9
Timothy Bates, William E. Jackson, III, and James H. Johnson, Jr.Advancing Research on Minority Entrepreneurship10-17
Barbara J. Robles and Hector Cordero-GuzmanLatino Self-Employment and Entrepreneurship in the United States: An Overview of the Literature and Data Sources18-31
Magnus Lofstrom and Chunbei WangMexican-Hispanic Self-Employment Entry: The Role of Business Start-Up Constraints32-46
Alicia M. Robb and Robert W. FairlieAccess to Financial Capital among U.S. Businesses: The Case of African American Firms47-72
Ben R. Craig, William E. Jackson, III, and James B. ThompsonSmall Firm Credit Market Discrimination, Small Business Administration Guaranteed Lending, and Local Market Economic Performance73-94
Timothy Bates and William BradfordTraits and Performance of the Minority Venture-Capital Industry95-107
Thomas D. Boston and Linje R. BostonSecrets of Gazelles: The Differences between High-Growth and Low-Growth Business Owned by African American Entrepreneurs108-130
Jeffrey Robinson, Laquita Blockson, and Sammie RobinsonExploring Stratification and Entrepreneurship: African American Women Entrepreneurs Redefine Success in Growth Ventures131-154
Candida Brush, Daniel Monti, Andrea Ryan, and Amy GannonBuilding Ventures through Civic Capitalism155-177
Barbara J. RoblesTax Refunds and Microbusinesses: Expanding Family and Community Wealth Building in the Borderlands178-191
2007July612Religious Pluralism and Civil SocietyWade Clark Roof
Wade Clark RoofIntroduction6-12
Martin E. MartyPluralisms13-25
Ted G. JelenThe Constitutional Basis of Religious Pluralism in the United States: Causes and Consequences26-41
Rhys H. WilliamsThe Languages of the Public Sphere: Religious Pluralism, Institutional Logics, and Civil Society42-61
Mark SilkDefining Religious Pluralism in America: A Regional Analysis62-81
Wade Clark RoofPluralism as a Culture: Religion and Civility in Southern California82-99
R. Stephen WarnerThe Role of Religion in the Process of Segmented Assimilation100-115
Kathleen M. MooreMuslims in the United States: Pluralism under Exceptional Circumstances116-132
Richard D. HechtActive versus Passive Pluralism: A Changing Style of Civil Religion?133-151
Gaston EspinosaToday We Act, Tomorrow We Vote: Latino Religions, Politics, and Activism in Contemporary U.S. Civil Society152-171
Gustav NiebuhrAll Need Toleration: Some Observations about Recent Differences in the Experiences of Religious Minorities in the United States and Western Europe172-186
Kate McCarthyPluralist Family Values: Domestic Strategies for Living with Religious Difference187-208
Kathleen Garces-FoleyNew Opportunities and New Values: The Emergence of the Multicultural Church209-224
J. Shawn Landres and Ryan K. BolgerEmerging Patterns of Interreligious Conversation: A Christian-Jewish Experiment225-239
Wade Clark RoofBook Review Essay: The Pluralist Ideal in American Religion: The Debate Continues240-252
2007May611The Politics of Consumption/ The Consumption of PoliticsDhavan V. Shah, Lewis Friedland, Douglas M. McLeod, and Michelle R. Nelson
Dhavan Shah, Douglas M. McLeod, Lewis Friedland, and Michelle NelsonThe Politics of Consumption/The Consumption of Politics6-15
Juliet B. SchorIn Defense of Consumer Critique: Revisiting the Consumption Debates of the Twentieth Century16-30
Lewis Friedland, Dhavan V. Shah, Nam-Jin Lee, Mark A. Rademacher, Lucy Atkinson, and Thomas HoveCapital, Consumption, Communication, and Citizenship: The Social Positioning of Taste and Civic Culture in the United States31-50
Sonia Livingstone and Peter LuntRepresenting Citizens and Consumers in Media and Communications Regulation51-65
Matthew HiltonConsumers and the State since the Second World War66-81
Lizabeth CohenBuying into Downtown Revival: The Centrality of Retail to Postwar Urban Renewal in American Cities82-95
Eric J. ArnouldShould Consumer Citizens Escape the Market?96-111
Craig J. ThompsonA Carnivalesque Approach to the Politics of Consumption (or) Grotesque Realism and the Analytics of the Excretory Economy112-125
Russell BelkWhy Not Share Rather Than Own?126-140
Michelle R. Nelson, Mark A. Rademacher, and Hye-Jin PaekDownshifting Consumer = Upshifting Citizen? An Examination of a Local Freecycle Community141-156
Michelle Micheletti and Dietland StolleMobilizing Consumers to Take Responsibility for Global Social Justice157-175
Margaret ScammellPolitical Brands and Consumer Citizens: The Rebranding of Tony Blair176-192
W. Lance Bennett and Taso LagosLogo Logic: The Ups and Downs of Branded Political Communication193-206
Claes H. de VreeseDigital Renaissance: Young Consumer and Citizen?207-216
Dhavan V. Shah, Douglas M. McLeod, Eunkyung Kim, Sun Young Lee, Melissa R. Gotlieb, Shirley S. Ho, and Hide BrevikPolitical Consumerism: How Communication and Consumption Orientations Drive "Lifestyle Politics"217-235
Michael SchudsonCitizens, Consumers, and the Good Society236-249
2007March610NAFTA and Beyond: Alternative Perspectives in the Study of Global Trade and DevelopmentPatricia Fernández-Kelly and Jon Shefner
Patricia Fernandez-KellyNAFTA and Beyond: Alternative Perspectives in the Study of Global Trade and Development6-19
David HarveyNeoliberalism as Creative Destruction21-44
Miguel Angel CentenoLiberalism and the Good Society in the Iberian World45-72
Alejandro PortesMigration, Development, and Segmented Assimilation: A Conceptual Review of the Evidence73-97
Patricia Fernandez-Kelly and Douglas S. MasseyBorders for Whom? The Role of NAFTA in Mexico-U.S. Migration98-118
Raul Delgado Wise and James M. CypherThe Strategic Role of Mexican Labor under NAFTA: Critical Perspectives on Current Economic Integration119-142
Rina AgarwalaResistance and Compliance in the Age of Globalization: Indian Women and Labor Organizations143-159
Deborah J. YasharResistance and Identity Politics in an Age of Globalization160-181
Jon ShefnerRethinking Civil Society in the Age of NAFTA: The Case of Mexico182-200
Barbara StallingsThe Globalization of Capital Flows: Who Benefits?201-216
Frederick WherryTrading Impressions: Evidence from Costa Rica217-231
Donald W. LightGlobalizing Restricted and Segmented Markets: Challenges to Theory and Values in Economic Sociology232-245
Paul K. GellertFrom Managed to Free(r) Markets: Transnational and Regional Governance of Asian Timber246-259
Jon ShefnerBook Review Essay: A Brief History of Neoliberalism260-263
2007January609Race, Ethnicity, and Inequality in the American Labor Market: Critical Issues in the New MillenniumGeorge Wilson
George WilsonIntroduction6-15
Vincent J. Roscigno, Lisette Garcia, and Donna Bobbitt-ZeherSocial Closure and Processes of Race/Sex Employment Discrimination16-48
Donald Tomaskovic-Devey and Kevin StainbackDiscrimination and Desegregation: Equal Opportunity Progress in U.S. Private Sector Workplaces since the Civil Rights Act49-84
David J. Maume and Rachel SebastianRacial Composition of Workgroups and Job Satisfaction among Whites85-103
Devah PagerThe Use of Field Experiments for Studies of Employment Discrimination: Contributions, Critiques, and Directions for the Future104-133
Dalton Conley and Rebecca GlauberFamily Background, Race, and Labor Market Inequality134-152
Deirdre A. RoysterWhat Happens to Potential Discouraged? Masculinity Norms and the Contrasting Institutional and Labor Market Experiences of Less Affluent Black and White Men153-180
Philip N. Cohen and Matt L. HuffmanBlack Under-representation in Management across U.S. Labor Markets181-199
Gregory D. SquiresDemobilization of the Individualistic Bias: Housing Market Discrimination as a Contributor to Labor Market and Economic Inequality200-214
George WilsonRacialized Life-Chance Opportunities across the Class Structure: The Case of African Americans215-232
2006November608Politics, Social Networks, and the History of Mass Communications Research: Rereading Personal InfluencePeter Simonson
Peter SimonsonIntroduction6-24
John H. SummersPerpetual Revelations: C. Wright Mills and Paul Lazarsfeld25-40
Susan J. DouglasPersonal Influence and the Bracketing of Women's History41-50
David E. MorrisonThe Influences Influencing Personal Influence: Scholarship and Entrepreneurship51-75
Gertrude J. RobinsonThe Katz/Lowenthal Encounter: An Episode in the Creation of Personal Influence76-96
John Durham PetersThe Part Played by Gentiles in the Flow of Mass Communications: On the Ethnic Utopia of Personal Influence97-114
Paddy ScannellPersonal Influence and the End of the Masses115-129
Jefferson PooleyFifteen Pages that Shook the Field: Personal Influence, Edward Shils, and the Remembered History of Mass Communication Research130-156
Kurt Lang and Gladys Engel LangPersonal Influence and the New Paradigm: Some Inadvertent Consequences157-178
Thelma McCormackAs Time Goes By...179-192
Michael SchudsonThe Troubling Equivalence of Citizen and Consumer193-204
Lawrence B. GlickmanThe Consumer and the Citizen in Personal Influence205-212
W. Lance Bennett and Jarol B. ManheimThe One-Step Flow of Communication213-232
Sonia LivingstoneThe Influence of Personal Influence on the Study of Audiences233-250
Nick Couldry and Tim MarkhamPublic Connection through Media Consumption: Between Oversocialization and De-Socialization?251-269
Charles KadushinPersonal Influence: A Radical Theory of Action270-281
Robert HornikPersonal Influence and the Effects of the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign282-300
Elihu KatzTrue Stories301-314
2006September607Confronting the Specter of Nuclear TerrorismGraham Allison
Graham AllisonPreface6-9
Stephen Van EveraAssessing U.S. Strategy in the War on Terror10-26
Charles B. CurtisCurbing the Demand for Mass Destruction27-32
Bonnie JenkinsCombating Nuclear Terrorism: Addressing Nonstate Actor Motivations33-42
Sam NunnThe Race between Cooperation and Catastrophe: Reducing the Global Nuclear Threat43-50
Robert L. GallucciAverting Nuclear Catastrophe: Contemplating Extreme Responses to U.S. Vulnerability51-58
Andrei KokoshinA Nuclear Response to Nuclear Terror: Ref lections of Nuclear Preemption59-63
Simon SaradzhyanRussia: Grasping the Reality of Nuclear Terror64-77
William J. PerryProliferation on the Peninsula: Five North Korean Nuclear Crises78-86
Micah ZenkoIntelligence Estimates of Nuclear Terrorism87-102
Matthew BunnA Mathematical Model of the Risk of Nuclear Terrorism103-120
Siegfried S. HeckerToward a Comprehensive Safeguards System: Keeping Fissile Materials out of Terrorists' Hands121-132
Matthew Bunn and Anthony WierTerrorist Nuclear Weapon Construction: How Difficult?133-149
Michael V. Hynes, John E. Peters and Joel KvitkyDenying Armageddon: Preventing Terrorist Use of Nuclear Weapons150-161
Graham AllisonFlight of Fancy162-166
2006July606Chronicle of a Myth Foretold: The Washington Consensus in Latin AmericaDouglas S. Massey, Magaly Sanchez R., and Jere R. Behrman
Douglas S. Massey, Magaly Sanchez R., and Jere R. BehrmanPreface6-7
Douglas S. Massey, Magaly Sanchez R., and Jere R. BehrmanIntroduction: Of Myths and Markets8-31
Joseph Nathan Cohen, Miguel Angel CentenoNeoliberalism and Patterns of Economic Performance, 1980-200032-68
Mercedes Gonzalez de la RochaVanishing Assets: Cumulative Disadvantage among the Urban Poor68-94
Orlando Plaza, Nelly P. StromquistConsequences of Structural Adjustment on Economic and Social Domains: Two Decades in the Life of Peru95-115
Douglas S. Massey, Chiara CapoferroSalvese Quien Pueda:Structural Adjustment and Immigration from Lima116-127
Carol Graham, Stephano PettinatoFrustrated Achievers: Winners, Losers, and Subjective Well-Being in Peru's Emerging Economy128-153
Janice E. PerlmanThe Metamorphosis of Marginality: Four Generations in the Favelas of Rio de Janeiro154-177
Magaly Sanchez R.Insecurity and Violence as a New Power Relation in Latin America178-195
Paulo PaivaLula's Political Economy: Changes and Challenges196-215
Pedro JacobiPublic and Private Responses to Social Exclusion among Youth in Sao Paolo216-230
Carlos BlancoReform of the State: An Alternative for Change in Latin America231-243
Jere R. Behrman, Emmanuel SkoufiasMitigating Myths About Policy Effectiveness: Evaluation of Mexico's Anipoverty and Human Resource Investment Program244-275
Herb FayerQuick Read Synopsis276-315
2006May605Democracy, Crime, and JusticeSusanne Karstedt and Gary LaFree
Gary LaFree and Andromachi TseloniDemocracy and Crime: A Multilevel Analysis of Homicide Trends in Forty-Four Countries, 1950-20006-25
Susanne KarstedtDemocracy, Values, and Violence: Paradoxes, Tensions, and Comparative Advantages of Liberal Inclusion26-49
William Alex Primedore, Sang-Weon KimDemocratization and Political Change as Threats to Collective Sentiments: Testing Durkheim in Russia50-81
Nicole Leeper Piquero and Alex R. PiqueroDemocracy and Intellectual Property: Examining Trajectories of Software Piracy82-103
John Hagan and Sanja Kutnjak IvokovicWar Crimes, Democracy, and the Rule of Law in Belgrade, the Former Yugoslavia, and Beyond104-129
Jeremy M. WilsonLaw and Order in an Emerging Democracy: Lessons from the Reconstruction of Kosovo's Police and Justice Systems130-151
Monique Marks, Jenny FlemingThe Right to Unionize, the Right to Bargain, and the Right to Democratic Policing152-177
Ian LoaderPolicing, Recognition, and Belonging178-202
Martin InnesPolicing Uncertainty: Countering Terror through Community Intellifgence and Democratic Policing202-241
Corinne Davis RodriguesCivil Democracy, Percieved Risk, and Insecurity in Brazil: An Extension of the Systemic Social Control Model242-265
Franklin E. Zimring, David T. JohnsonPublic Opinion and the Governance of Punishment in Democratic Political Systems266-280
Christopher Uggen, Jeff Manza, Melissa ThompsonCitizenship, Democracy, and the Civic Reintegration of Capital Offenders281-310
Hung-En SungDemocracy and Criminal Justice in Cross-National Perspective: From Crime Control to Due Process311-337
Herb FayerQuick Read Synopsis338
2006March604Shelter from the Storm: Repairing the National Emergency Management System after Hurricane KatrinaWilliam L. Waugh Jr.
William L. Waugh Jr.Preface6-9
William L. Waugh Jr.The Political Costs of Failure in the Katrina and Rita Disasters10-25
Richard T. SylvesPresident Bush and Hurricane Katrina: A Presidential Leadership Study26-56
Kathleen Tierney, Christine Bevc, Erica KuligowskiMetaphors Matter: Disaster Myths, Media Frames, and their Consequences in Hurricane Katrina57-81
Haviddan Rodriguez, Joseph Trainor, Enrico L. QuarantelliRising to the Challenges of a Catastrophe: The Emergent and Prosocial Behavior Following Hurricane Katrina82-101
Susan L. Cutter, Chrisopher T. EmrichMoral Hazard, Social Catastrophe: The Changing Face of Vulnerability along the Hurricane Coasts102-112
Joanne M. Nigg, John Barnshaw, Manuel R. TorresHurricane Katrina and the Flooding of New Orleans: Emergent Issues in Sheltering and Temporary Housing113-128
Linda B. Bourque, Judith M. Siegel, Megumi Kano, Michele M. WoodWeathering the Storm: The Impact of Hurricanes on Physical and Mental Health129-151
Carrie L. Elrod, Jessica L. Hamblen, Fran H. NorrisChallenges in Implementing Disaster Mental Health Programs: State Program Directors' Perspectives152-170
Raymond J. BurbyHurricane Katrina and the Paradoxes of Government Disaster Policy: Bringing About Wise Governmental Decisions for Hazardous Areas171-192
Philip R. Berke and Thomas J. CampanellaPlanning for Postdisaster Resiliency192-208
Howard KunreutherDisaster Mitigation and Insurance: Learning from Katrina208-227
James K. MitchellThe Primacy of Partnership: Scioping a New National Disaster Recovery Policy228-255
John R. HarraldAgility and Discipline: Critical Success Factors for Disaster Response256-272
Donald F. KettlIs the Worst Yet to Come?273-287
Herb FayerQuick Read Synopsis288-329
Disaster Mitigation and Disaster Respone Recommendations330-332
2006Jan603Law, Society, and Democracy: Comparative PerspectivesRichard E.D. Schwartz
Richard E.D. SchwartzPreface6-7
Richard E.D. SchwartzSociolegal Evolution: An Introduction8-23
Robert PostDemocracy and Equality24-36
Samuel J.M. DonnellyReflecting on the Rule of the Law: Its Reciprocal Relation With Rights, Legitimacy, and Other Concepts and Institutions37-53
Samuel KrislovCan the Welfare State Survive in a Globalized Legal Order?54-81
James L. GibsonOvercoming Apartheid: Can Truth Reconcile a Divided Nation?82-110
Donald P. KommersThe Federal Constitutional Court: Guardian of German Democracy111-129
James T. RichardsonReligion, Constitutional Courts, and Democracy in Former Communist Countries129-139
Inga MarkovitsTransition to Constitutional Democracies: The German Democratic Republic140-154
Francis M. DengSudan: a Nation in Turbulent Search of Self155-162
Lawrence RosenExpecting the Unexpected: Cultural Components of Arab Governance163-178
Rogelio Perez-PerdomoRule of Law and Lawyers in Latin America179-191
Randall PeerenboomLaw and Development of Constitutional Democracy: Is China a Problem Case?192-201
Kurt WimmerToward a World Rule of Law: Freedom of Expression202-216
Francis M. DengDivided Nations: The Paradox of National Protection217-225
Donna E. ArztViews on the Ground: The Local Perception of International Criminal Tribunals in the Former Yugoslavia and Sierra Leone226-240
Mathieu DeflemGlobal Rule of Law or Global Rule of Law Enforcement? International Police Cooperation and Counterterrorism240-252
David M. DriesenEnvironmental Protection, Free Trade, and Democracy252-261
John Philip JonesGlobal Business: Oversight without Inhibiting Enterprise262-268
Ved P. NandaThe "Good Governance" Concept Revised269-283
Richard E.D. SchwartzSociolegal Evolution: An Afterword284-291
Herb FayerQuick Read Synopsis292-328
2005Nov602Developmental Criminology and Its Discontents: Trajectories of Crime From Childhood to Old AgeRobert J. Sampson and John H. Laub
Robert J. Sampson and John H. LaubPreface6-11
Robert J. Sampson and John H. LaubA Life-Course View of the Development of Crime12-45
Michael R. GottfredsonOffender Classifications and Treatment Effects in Developmental Criminology: A Propensity/Event Consideration46-56
Lee N. RobinsExplaining When Arrests End for Serious Juvenile Offenders: Comments on the Sampson and Laub Study57-73
Robert J. Sampson and John H. LaubWhen Prediction Fails: From Crime-Prone Boys to Heterogeneity in Adulthood73-81
Daniel S. Nagin and Richard E. TremblayWhat Has Been Learned from Group-Based Trajectory Modeling? Examples from Physical Aggression and Other Problem Behaviors82-117
Barbara MaughanDevelopmental Trajectory Modeling: A View From Developmental Psychopathology118-130
Stephen W. RaudenbushHow Do We Study "What Happens Next"?131-144
Daniel S. Nagin and Richard E. TremblayFurther Reflections on Modeling and Analyzing Developmental Trajectories: A Response to Maughan and Raudenbush145-155
Terence P. ThornberryExplaining Multiple Patterns of Offending Across the Life Course and Across Generations156-195
D. Wayne OsgoodMaking Sense of Crime and the Life Course196-212
Janet L. LauritsenExplaining Patterns of Offending Across the Life Course: Comments on Interactional Theory and Recent Tests Based on the RYDS-RIS Data212-228
Terence P. ThornberryNotes on Theory Construction and Theory Testing: A Response to Osgood and Lauritsen229-241
Alfred BlumsteinAn Overview of the Symposium and Some Next Steps242-258
Hans-Hurgen KernerBook Review Essay: The Complex Dynamics of the Onset, the Development, and the Termination of a Criminal Career: Lessons on Repeat Offenders to be Drawn From Recent Longitudinal Studies in Criminology259-281
Herb FayerQuick Read Synopsis282-307
2005Sept601The Science of Voter MobilizationDonald P. Green and Alan S. Gerber
Donald P. Green and Alan S. GerberPreface: Recent Advances in the Science of Voter Mobilization6-9
David W. NickersonPartisan Mobilization Using Volunteer Phone Banks and Door Hangers10-27
Emily Arthur CardyAn Experimental Field Study of the GOTV and Persuasion Effects of Partisan Direct Mail and Phone Calls28-40
John E. McNultyPhone-Based GOTV - What's on the Line? Field Experiments with Varied Partisan Components, 2002-200341-65
Ricardo RamirezGiving Voice to latino Voters: A Field Experiment on the Effectiveness of a National Nonpartisan Mobilization Effort66-84
Melissa R. MichelsonMeeting the Challenge of Latino Voter Mobilization85-101
Janelle S. WongMobilizing Asian-American Voters: A Field Experiment102-114
Neema TrivediThe Effect of Identity-Based GOTV Direct Mail Appeals on the Turnout of Indian Americans115-122
Elizabeth A BennionCaught in the Ground Wars: Mobilizing Voters During a Competitive Congressional Campaign123-141
Alan S. Gerber and Donald P. GreenDo Phone Calls Increase Voter Turnout? An Update142-154
Christopher B. MannUnintentional Voter Mobilization: Does Participation in Preelection Surveys Increase Voter Turnout?155-168
Kevin ArceneauxUsing Cluster Randomized Field Experiments to Study Voting Behavior169-178
Peter Levine and Mark Hugo LopezWhat We Should Know About the Effectiveness of Campaigns but Don't180-191
Herb FayerQuick Read Synopsis192-204
2005July600The Use and Usefulness of the Social Sciences: Achievements, Disappointments, and PromiseRobert W. Pearson and Lawrence W. Sherman
Robert W. Pearson and Lawrence W. ShermanPreface:The Achievements, Frustrations, and Promise of the Social Sciences6-13
Kenneth PrewittPolitical Ideas and a Political Science for Policy14-29
Janine R. Wedel, Cris Shore, Gregory Feldman, and Stacy LathropToward an Anthropology of Public Policy30-51
Barbara R. BergmannThe Current State of Economics: Needs Lots of Work52-67
Michael BurawoyThe Return of the Repressed: Recovering the Public Face of U.S. Sociology, One Hundred Years On68-85
Robert Plomin and Kathryn AsburyNature and Nurture: Genetic and Environmental Influences on Behavior86-98
Mitchell G. AshThe Use and Usefulness of Psychology99-114
Lawrence W. ShermanThe Use and Usefulness of Criminology, 1751-2005: Enlightened Justice and Its Failures115-135
Jeffry A. Frieden and David A. LakeInternational Relations as a Social Science: Rigor and Relevance136-156
Robert W. PearsonBook Review Essay:The Uneasy Partnerships Between Social Science and Public Policy157-173
Herb FayerQuick Read Synopsis174-188
2005May599Place Randomized Trials: Experimental Tests of Public PolicyRobert Boruch
Robert BoruchPreface: Better Evaluation for Evidence-Based Policy: Place Randomized Trials in Education, Criminology, Welfare, and Health6-18
Howard S. Bloom and James A. RiccioUsing Place-Based Random Assignment and Comparative Interrupted Time-Series Analysis to Evaluate the Jobs-Plus Employment Program for Public Housing Residents19-51
Kathleen J. SikkemaHIV Prevention among Women in Low-Income Housing Developments: Issues and Intervention Outcomes in PlaceBased Randomized Controlled Trial52-70
Jeremy Grimshaw, Martin Eccles, Marion Campbell, and Diana ElbourneCluster Randomized Trials of Professional and Organizational Behavior Change Interventions in Health Care Settings71-93
Laura C. Leviton and Jeffrey D. HorbarCluster Randomized Trials for the Evaluation of Strategies Designed to Promote Evidence-Based Practice in Perinatal and Neonatal Medicine94-114
Brian R. Flay and Linda M. CollinsHistorical Review of School-based Randomized Trials for Evaluating Problem Behavior Prevention Programs115-146
Andrew C. Porter, Rolf K. Blank, John L. Smithson, and Eric OsthoffPlace-Based Randomized Trials to Test the Effects on Instructional Practices of a Mathematics/Science Professional Development Program for Teachers147-175
Thomas D. CookEmergent Principles for the Design, Implementation and Analysis of Cluster-Based Experiments in Social Science176-198
Susan W. Parker and Graciela M. TeruelRandomization and Social Program Evaluation: The Case of Progresa199-219
David WeisburdHot Spots Policing Experiments and Criminal Justice Research: Lessons from the Field220-245
Herbert L. SmithIntroducing New Contraceptives in Rural China: A Field Experiment246-271
Herb FayerQuick Read Synopsis272-291
2005March598The Rise of Regulatory Capitalism: The Global Diffusion of a New OrderDavid Levi-Faur and Jacint Jordana
David Levi-Faur and Jacint JordanaPreface: The Making of a New Regulatory Order6-11
David Levi-FaurThe Global Diffusion of Regulatory Capitalism12-32
Zachary Elkins and Beth SimmonsOn Waves, Clusters, and Diffusion: A Conceptual Framework33-51
David LazerRegulatory Capitalism as a Networked Order: The International System as an Informational Network52-66
Covadonga MeseguerPolicy Learning, Policy Diffusion, and the Making of a New Order67-83
Fabrizio GilardiThe Institutional Foundations of Regulatory Capitalism: The Diffusion of Independent Regulatory Agencies in Western Europe84-101
Jacint Jordana and David Levi-FaurThe Diffusion of Regulatory Capitalism in Latin America: Sectoral and National Channels in the Making of a New Order102-124
Christopher R. WayPolitical Insecurity and the Diffusion of Financial Market Regulation125-145
Per-Olof Busch, Helge Jörgens, and Kerstin TewsThe Global Diffusion of Regulatory Instruments: The Making of a new International Environmental Regime146-167
Diahanna L. PostThe Diffusion of Food Safety Standard in Developing Countries168-183
Jacint JordanaBook Review Essay: Globalizing Regulatory Capitalism184-190
David Levi-Faur and Jacint JordanaConclusion: Regulatory Capitalism: Policy Irritants and Convergent Divergence191-199
Herb FayerQuick Read Synopsis200-217
2005Jan597Cultural Production in a Digital AgeEric Klinenberg
Eric Klinenberg and Claudio BenzecryIntroduction: Cultural Production in a Digital Age6-18
Alexander R. GallowayGlobal Networks and the Effects on Culture19-31
Pablo J. Boczkowski Boczkowski and José A. FerrisMultiple Media, Convergent Processes, and Divergent Products: Organizational Innovation in Digital Media Production at a European Firm32-47
Eric KlinenbergConvergence: News Production in a Digital Age48-64
Natasha Dow SchullDigital Gambling: The Coincidence of Desire and Design65-81
Mizuko ItoMobilizing Fun in the Production and Consumption of Children’s Software82-102
Joseph TurowAudience Construction and Culture Production: Marketing Surveillance in the Digital Age103-121
Siva VaidhyanathanRemote Control: The Rise of Electronic Cultural Policy122-133
Gina NeffThe Changing Place of Cultural Production: The Location of Social Networks in a Digital Media Industry134-152
Philip N. HowardDeep Democracy, Thin Citizenship: The Impact of Digital Media in Political Campaign Strategy153-170
Balázs Vedres, László Bruszt, and David StarkOrganizing Techologies: Genre Forms of Online Civic Association in Eastern Europe171-188
Jeffrey S. JurisThe New Digital Media and Activist Networking within Anti-Corporate Globalization Movements189-208
David GrazianBook Review Essay: A Digital Revolution? A Reassessment of New Media and Cultural Production in the Digital Age209-222
Herb FayerQuick Read Synopsis223-244
2004Nov596Mommies and Daddies on the Fast Track: Success of Parents in Demanding ProfessionsJerry A. Jacobs and Janice Fanning Madden
Janice Fanning MaddenPreface6-19
Claudia GoldinThe Long Road to the Fast Track20-35
Amy WaxEconomic Models of the “Family-Friendly” Workplace: Making the Case for Change36-61
Pamela Stone and Meg LovejoyFast-Track Women and the “Choice” to Stay Home62-85
Mary Ann Mason and Marc GouldenMarriage and Baby Blues: Re-defining Gender Equity in the Academy86-103
Jerry A. Jacobs and Sarah E. WinslowOverworked Faculty: Job Stresses and Family Demands104-129
Mary C. Noonan and Mary E. CorcoranThe Mommy Track and Law Firm Partnership: Temporary Delay or Dead End?130-150
Mary Blair-Loy and Amy S. WhartonMothers in Finance: Surviving and Thriving151-171
Ann BoulisThe Evolution of Gender and Motherhood in Contemporary Medicine172-208
Gwen Moore “Mommies and Daddies on the Fast Track” in Other Wealthy Nations208-213
Scott ColtraneElite Careers and Family Commitment: It’s (still) about Gender214-220
Joyce JacobsenWhere We Are Now and Future Possibilities221-225
Heidi HartmannChallenging the Double Standard in Parenting226-231
Rosanna HertzThe Contemporary Myth of Choice: A Review of Four Recent Books on Family and Work232-245
Herb FayerQuick Read Synopsis246-264
2004Sep595Being Here and Being There: Fieldwork Encounters and Ethnographic DiscoveriesElijah Anderson, Scott N. Brooks, Raymond Gunn, and Nikki Jones
Elijah Anderson, Scott N. Brooks, Raymond Gunn, and Nikki JonesPreface6--7
Robert M. EmersonIntroduction8--13
Elijah AndersonThe Cosmopolitan Canopy14-31
Cindy N. NessWhy Girls Fight: Female Youth Violence in the Inner City32-48
Nikki Jones"It's Not Where You Live, It's How You Live": How Young Women Negotiate Conflict and Violence in the Inner City49-62
Raymond GunnInner-City "Schoolboy" Life63-79
Scott N. Brooks"Putting the Blessings on Him": Vouching and Basketball Status Work80-90
Heli VaaranenThe Emotional Experience of Class: Interpreting Working-Class Kids' Street Racing in Helsinki91-107
Kathleen D. HallThe Ethnography of Imagined Communities: The Cultural Protection of Sikh Ethnicity in Britain108-121
Octave DebaryDeindustrialization and Museumification: From Exhibited Memory to Forgotten History122-133
Michele de la Pradelle and Emmanuelle LallementParis Plague: "The City is Ours"134-145
Tukufu ZuberiW.E.B. DuBois's Sociology: The Philadelphia Negro and Social Science146-156
Jean-Michel ChapoulieUsing the History of the Chicago Tradition of Sociology for Empirical Research157-167
Henri PeretzThe Making of Black Metropolis168-175
William KornblumDiscovering Ink: A Mentor for an Historical Ethnography176-189
Omar M. McRobertsBeyong Mysterium Tremendum: Thoughts Toward an Aesthetic Study of Religious Experience190-203
Lawrence W. Sherman and Heather StrangExperimental Ethnography: The Marriage of Qualitative and Quanitative Research204-222
Paul WillisThe Liberty Bell: A Meditation on Labor, Liberty, and the Cultural Mediations That Connect or Disconnect Them223-248
Charles L. Bosk and Raymond G. De VriesBureuacracies of Mass Deception: Institutional Review Boards and the Ethics of Ethnographic Research249-263
Howard S. Becker, Herbert J. Gaus, Katherine S. Newman, Diane VaughanOn the Value of Ethnography: Sociology and Public Policy, a Dialogue264-276
Jack KatzOn the Rhetoric and Politics of Ethnographic Methodology280-308
Renee C. FoxObservations and Reflections of a Perpetual Fieldworker309-326
Herb FayerQuick Read Synopsis: Being Here and Being There: Fieldwork Encounters and Ethnographic Discoveries327
2004Jul594Race, Politics, and Community Development in U.S. CitiesJames Jennings
James JenningsPreface6--11
James JenningsUrban Planning, Community participation, and the Roxbury Master Plan in Boston12--33
Kathe NewmanNewark, Decline and Avoidance, Renaissance and Desire: From Disinvestment to Reinvestment34-48
Arlene DavilaEmpowered Culture? New York City's Empowerment Zone and the Selling of El Barrio49-64
Georgia A. PersonsNational Politics and Charitable Choice as Urban Policy for Community Development65-78
Yvette M. Alex-AssensohTaking the Sanctuary to the Streets: Religion, Race, and Community Development in Columbus, Ohio79-91
John J. Betancur and Douglas C. GillsCommunity Development in Chicago: From Harold Washington to Richard M. Daley92-108
Kimberley JohnsonCommunity Development Corporations, Participation, and Accountability: The Harlem Urban Development Corporation and the Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation109-124
Todd C. Shaw and Lester K. SpenceRace and Representation in Detroit's Community Development Coalitions125-142
Hermon GeorgeJr.Community Development and the Politics of Deracialization: The Case of Denver, Colorado, 1991-2003143-157
Cynthia HoranBook Review Essay: Community Development, Racial Empowerment, and Politics158-170
Herb Fayer and Robert PearsonQuick Read Synopsis: Race, Politics, and Community Development in U.S. Cities171-194
2004May593To Better Serve and Protect: Improving Police PracticesWesley G. Skogan
Wesley G. SkoganPreface6--14
Edward R. Maguire and William R. KingTrends in Policing Industry15-41
David Weisburd and John E. EckWhat Can Police Do to Reduce Crime, Disorder, and Fear?42-65
Wesley G. Skogan and Tracey L. MearesLawful Policing66-83
Tom R. TylerEnhancing Police Legitimacy84-99
Stephen D. MastrofskiControlling Street-Level Police Discretion100-118
David A. KlingerEnvironment and Organization: Reviving a Perspective on the Police119-136
Samuel WalkerScience and Politics in Police Research: Reflections on Their Tangled Relationship137-155
Lawrence ShermanResearch and Policing: The Infrastructure and Political Economy of Federal Funding156-178
David ThacherReview Article: Police Research and the Humanities179-191
Herb Fayer and Robert PearsonQuick Read Synopsis: To Better Serve and Protect: Improving Police Practices192-205
2004Mar592Hope, Power, and GovernanceValerie Braithwaite
Valerie BraithwaitePreface6--15
Peter DrahosTrading in Public Hope18-38
Sasha Courville and Nicola PiperHarnessing Hope Through NGO Activism39-61
Clifford Shearing and Micheal KempaA Museum of Hope: A Story of Robben Island62-78
John BraithwaiteEmancipation and Hope79-98
Victoria McGeerThe Art of Good Hope100-127
Valerie BraithwaiteThe Hope Process and Social Inclusion128-151
Philip PettitHope and Its Place in the Mind152-165
John CartwrightFrom Aquinas to Zwelethemba: A Brief History of Hope166-184
Herb Fayer and Robert PearsonQuick Read Synopsis: Hope Power, and Governance186-199
2004Jan591Positive Development: Realizing the Potential of YouthChristopher Peterson
Christopher PetersonPreface6--12
William DamonWhat Is Positive Youth Development?13-24
Nansook ParkThe Role of Subjective Well-Being in Positive Youth Development25-39
Nansook ParkCharacter Strengths and Positive Youth Development40-54
Heather Johnston Nicholson, Christopher Collins, and Heidi HolmerYouth as People: The Protective Aspects of Youth Development in After-School Settings55-71
Marvin W. Berkowitz and Melinda C. BierResearch-Based Character Education72-85
Roger P. Weissberg and Mary Utne O'BrienWhat Works in School-Based Social and Emotional Learning Programs for Positive Youth Development86-97
Richard F. Catalano, M. Lisa Berglund, Jean A. M. Ryan, Heather S. Lonczak, and J. David HawkinsPositive Youth Development in the United States: Research Findings on Evaluations of Positive Youth Development Programs98-124
Kristin Anderson Moore, Laura Lippman, and Brett BrownIndicators of Child Well-Being: The Promise for Positive Youth Development125-145
Jane Gillham and Karen ReivichCultivating Optimism in Childhood and Adolescence146-163
Robert J. SternbergWhat Is Wisdom and How Can We Develop It?134-174
Margaret ShihPositive Stigma: Examining Resilience and Empowerment in Overcoming Stigma175-185
Christopher PetersonBook Review Essay: Positive Social Science186-201
Herb Fayer and Robert PearsonQuick Read Synopsis: Positive Development: Realizing the Potential of Youth202-220
2003Nov590Rethinking Sustainable DevelopmentJude L. Fernando
Jude L. FernandoPreface: The Power of Unsustainable Development: What Is to Be Done?6--34
Julian Agyeman and Tom EvansToward Just Sustainability in Urban Communities: Building Equity Rights with Sustainable Solutions35-53
Jude L. FernandoNGOs and Production of Indigenous Knowledge under the Condition of Postmodernity54-72
David SatterthwaiteThe Links between Poverty and the Environment in Urban Areas of Africa, Asia, and Latin America73-92
Jim Glassman and Chris SneddonChiang Mai and Khon Kaen as Growth Poles: Regional Industrial Development in Thailand and Its Implications for Urban Sustainability93-115
Jorge Morello, Silvia Diana Matteucci, and Andrea RodríguezSustainable Development and Urban Growth in the Argentine Pampas Region116-130
Amy K. Glasmeier and Tracey L. FarriganPoverty, Sustainability, and the Culture of Despair: Can Sustainable Development Strategies Support Poverty Alleviation in America's Most Environmentally Challenged Communities?131-149
Simon BatterburyEnvironmental Activism and Social Networks: Campaigning for Bicycles and Alternative Transport in West London150-169
Philip F. KellyUrbanization and the Politics of Land in the Manila Region170-187
Elaine Hartwick and Richard PeetNeoliberalism and Nature: The Case of the WTO188-211
David LewisNGOs, Organizational Culture, and Institutional Sustainability212-226
Joseph DevineThe Paradox of Sustainability: Reflections on NGOs in Bangladesh227-242
Roger MagazineAn Innovative Combination of Neoliberalism and State Corporatism: The Case of a Locally Based NGO in Mexico City243-256
2003Sep589Misleading Evidence and Evidence-Led Policy: Making Social Science More ExperimentalLawrence W. Sherman
Lawrence W. ShermanPreface6--21
Iain ChalmersTrying to Do More Good Than Harm in Policy and Practice: The Role of Rigorous, Transparent, Up-to-Date Evaluations22-40
Anthony Petrosino, Carolyn Turpin-Petrosino, and John BuehlerScared Straight and Other Juvenile Awareness Programs for Preventing Juvenile Delinquency: A Systematic Review of the Randomized Experimental Evidence41-62
Steven Glazerman, Dan M. Levy, and David MyersNonexperimental versus Experimental Estimates of Earnings Impacts63-93
Donald P. Green and Alan S. GerberThe Underprovision of Experiments in Political Science94-113
Thomas D. CookWhy Have Educational Evaluators Chosen Not to Do Randomized Experiments?114-149
David P. FarringtonBritish Randomized Experiments on Crime and Justice150-169
Ann Oakley, Vicki Strange, Tami Toroyan, Meg Wiggins, Ian Roberts, and Judith StephensonUsing Random Allocation to Evaluate Social Interventions: Three Recent U.K. Examples170-189
Anthony PetrosinoEstimates of Randomized Controlled Trials across Six Areas of Childhood Intervention: A Bibliometric Analysis190-202
Herbert Turner, Robert Boruch, Anthony Petrosino, Julia Lavenberg, Dorothy de Moya, and Hannah RothsteinPopulating an International Web-Based Randomized Trials Register in the Social, Behavioral, Criminological, and Education Sciences203-225
Lawrence W. ShermanExperimental Evidence and Governmental Administration226-233
2003Jul588Islam: Enduring Myths and Changing RealitiesAslam Syed
Aslam SyedPreface6--9
Richard W. BullietRhetoric, Discourse, and the Future of Hope10--17
Mohammed ArkounRethinking Islam Today18-39
Ali S. Asani"So That You May Know One Another": A Muslim American Reflects on Pluralism and Islam40-51
Susan L. Douglass and Ross E. DunnInterpreting Islam in American Schools52-72
Fawaz A. GergesIslam and Muslims in the Mind of America73-89
Paul BaeplerWhite Slaves, African Masters90-111
Alan HestonCrusades and Jihads: A Long-Run Economic Perspective112-135
Barbara MetcalfTravelers' Tales in the Tablighi Jama'at136-148
Vincent J. H. HoubenSoutheast Asia and Islam149-170
Jack G. ShaheenReel Bad Arabs: How Hollywood Vilifies a People171-193
Aslam SyedBook Review Essay: Viewing Islam through Dark Clouds194-201
2003May587Assessing Systematic Evidence in Crime and Justice: Methodological Concerns and Empirical OutcomesDavid Weisburd, Anthony Petrosino, and Cynthia M. Lum
David Weisburd, Anthony Petrosino, and Cynthia M. LumPreface6-14
Joan McCordCures That Harm: Unanticipated Outcomes of Crime Prevention Programs16-30
David Weisburd,Cynthia M. Lum, and Sue-Ming YangWhen Can We Conclude That Treatments or Programs "Don't Work"?31-48
David P. FarringtonMethodological Quality Standards for Evaluation Research49-68
Mark W. LipseyThese Confounded Moderators in Meta-Analysis: Good, Bad, and Ugly69-81
Friedrich Lösel and Andreas BeelmannEffects of Child Skills Training in Preventing Antisocial Behavior: A Systematic Review of Randomized Evaluations84-109
Brandon C. Welsh and David P. FarringtonEffects of Closed-Circuit Television on Crime110-135
Kenneth AdamsThe Effectiveness of Juvenile Curfews at Crime Prevention136-159
Cynthia McDougall, Mark A. Cohen, Raymond Swaray, and Amanda PerryThe Costs and Benefits of Sentencing: A Systematic Review160-177
Anthony PetrosinoReview Article: Standards for Evidence and Evidence for Standards: The Case of School-Based Drug Prevention180-207
2003Mar586Community Colleges: New Environments, New DirectionsKathleen M. Shaw and Jerry A. Jacobs
Kathleen M. Shaw and Jerry A. JacobsPreface: Community Colleges: New Environments, New Directions6-15
Steven BrintFew Remaining Dreams: Community Colleges Since 198516-37
Patricia J. GumportThe Demand-Response Scenario: Perspectives of Community College Presidents38-61
Kevin J. DoughertyThe Uneven Distribution of Employee Training by Community Colleges: Description and Explanation62-91
Alicia C. DowdFrom Access to Outcome Equity: Revitalizing the Democratic Mission of the Community College92-119
Regina Deil-Amen and James E. RosenbaumThe Social Prerequisites of Success: Can College Structure Reduce the Need for Social Know-How?120-143
Christopher Mazzeo, Sara Rab, and Susan EachusWork-First or Work-Only: Welfare Reform, State Policy, and Access to Postsecondary Education144-171
Kathleen M. Shaw and Sara RabMarket Rhetoric Versus Reality in Policy and Practice: The Workforce Investment Act and Access to Community College Education and Training172-193
Jerry A. Jacobs and Sarah WinslowWelfare Reform and Enrollment in Postsecondary Education194-217
W. Norton Grubb, Norena Badway, and Denise BellCommunity Colleges and the Equity Agenda: The Potential of Noncredit Education218-240
2003Jan585Higher Education in the Twenty-First CenturyPaul Rich and David Merchant
Robert W. PearsonEditorial:A New Look at The American Academy of Political and Social Science6-7
Roger BenjaminThe Environment of American Higher Education:A Constellation of Changes8-30
George R. McDowellEngaged Universities: Lessons from the Land-Grant Universities and Extension31-50
Gerry RiposaUrban Universities: Meeting the Needs of Students51-65
Henry SteckCorporatization of the University: Seeking Conceptual Clarity66-83
William L. Waugh Jr.Issues in University Governance: More "Professional" and Less Academic84-96
Michale MumperThe Future of College Access: The Declining Role of Public Higher Education in Promoting Equal Opportunity97-117
Guillermo de Los Reyes and Paul RichHousing Students: Fraternities and Residential Colleges118-123
David D. KumarTrends in Postsecondary Science in the United States124-133
Cheol H. OhInformation Communication Technology and the New University:A View on eLearning134-153
Ming IvoryThe Social Context of Applied Science: A Model Undergradaute Program154-181
Heather FieldIntegrating Tertiary Education in Europe182-195
Roger GreenMarkets, Management, and "Reengineering" Higher Education196-210
Norma Contreras and Paul RichReview Article: The Literature of Higher Education211-213
2002Nov584Health and the EnvironmentPhil Brown
Phil BrownPreface7-12
Devra Lee Davis and Pamela S. WebsterThe Social Context of Science: Cancer and the Environment13-34
Richard W. ClappPopular Epidemiology in Three Contaminated Communities35-46
Rachel Morello-Frosch, Manuel Pastor Jr., and James SaddIntegrating Environmental Justice and the Precautionary Principle in Research and Policy Making47-68
Joel A. TicknerThe Precautionary Principle and Public Health Trade-Offs: Case Study of West Nile Virus69-79
Sheldon Krimsky and Nora K. MurphyBiotechnology at the Dinner Table: FDA's Oversight of Transgenic Food80-96
Lois GibbsCitizen Activism for Environmental Heatlh: The Growth of a Powerful New Grassroots Health Movement97-109
Penn Loh and Jodi Sugerman-BrozanEnvironmental Justice Organizing for Environmental Heatlh: Case Study on Asthma and Diesel Exhaust in Roxbury, MA110-124
Raymond Richard NeutraShould One Start or Continue a Line of Research? Stakeholders' Interests and Ethical Frameworks Give Different Answers125-134
Anjali Garg and Philip J. LandriganChildren's Environmental Health: New Gains in Science and Policy135-144
Michael McCallyMedical Activism and Environmental Health145-158
Gerald Markowitz and David RosnerCorporate Responsibility for Toxins159-174
Phil Brown, Stephen Zavestoski, Brian Mayer, Sabrina McCormick, and Pamela S. WebsterPolicy Issues in Environmental Health Disputes175-202
Steve Kroll-Smith and Worth LancasterReview Article: Bodies, Environments, and a New Style of Reasoning203-212
2002Sep583Global Perspectives on Complementary and Alternative MedicineHelen E. Sheehan, Barrett P. Brenton
Barrett P. Brenton, Helen E. SheehanPreface6-11
Don G. BatesWhy Not Call Modern Medicine "Alternative"?12-28
Waynes B. JonasPolicy, The Public, and Priorities in Alternative Medicine Research29-43
Michael S. GoldsteinThe Emerging Socioeconomic and Political Support For Alternative Medicine in the United States44-63
Robert TillmanPaying for Alternative Medicine in the United States64-75
David J. HessThe Raw and The Organic: Politics of Therapeutic Cancer Diets in the United States76-96
Sita ReddyAsian Medicine in America: The Ayurvedic Case97-121
Helen E. Sheehan, S.J. HussainUnani Tibb: History, Theory, and Contemporary Practice in South Asia122-135
Volker ScheidRemodeling the Arsenal of Chinese Medicine: Shared Pasts, Alternative Futures136-159
Julie V. Brown, Nina L. Rusinova"Curing and Crippling": Biomedical and Alternative Healing in Post-Soviet Russia160-172
Nancy Romero-DazaTraditional Medicine in Africa173-176
Michael B. WhitefordStaying Healthy: Evangelism and Health Perception Differences By Gender in a Guatemalan Marketplace177-194
Susan L. JohnstonNative American Traditional and Alternative Medicine195-213
Fred M. FrohockMoving Lines and Variable Criteria: Differences/Connections Between Allopathic and Alternative Medicine214-231
2002Jul582Cross-National Drug PolicyRobert MacCoun, Peter Reuter
Robert MacCoun, Peter ReuterPreface: The Varieties of Drug Control at the Dawn of the Twenty-First Century7-19
Lau Laursen, Jorgen JepsenDanish Drug Policy-An Ambivalent Balance Between Repression and Welfare20-36
Henri Bergeron, Pierre KoppPolicy Paradigms, Ideas and Interests: The case of the French Public Health Policy Toward Drug Abuse37-48
Mirjam van het Loo, Ineke van Beusekom, James P. KahanDecriminalization of Drug Use In Portugal: The Development of a Policy49-63
Leif Lenke, Boerje OlssonSwedish Drug Policy in the Twenty-First Century: A Policy Model Going Astray64-79
Gabriele Bammer, Wayne Hall, Margaret Hamilton, Robert AliHarm Minimization in a Prohibition Context-Australia80-93
Martin T. SchechterScience, Ideology, and Needle Exchange Programs94-101
Francisco E. ThoumiIllegal Drugs in Colombia: From Illegal Economic Boom to Social Crisis102-116
Marlyn J. JonesPolicy Paradox: Implications of U.S. Drug Control Policy for Jamaica117-133
Jorge ChabatMexico's War on Drugs: No Margin for Maneuver134-148
Fariborz Raisdana with the cooperation of Ahmad Gharavi NakhjavaniThe Drug Market in Iran149-166
Letizia PaoliThe Price of Freedom: Illegal Drug Markets and Policies in Post-Soviet Russia167-180
Michael LeviMoney Laundering and Its Regulation181-194
Marie GottschalkReview Article: Black Flower: Prisons and the Future of Incarceration195-227
Erratum228-229
2002May581Globalization and DemocracyRonaldo Munck, Barry K. Gills
John Kenneth GalbraithForeword6-7
Ronaldo Munck, Barry K. GillsPreface8-9
Ronaldo MunckGlobalization and Democracy: A New "Great Transformation"?10-21
Henry TeuneGlobal Democracy22-34
Fred W. RiggsGlobalization, Ethnic, Diversity, and Nationalism: The Challenge for Democracies35-47
Christopher Chase-DunnGlobalization from Below: Toward A Collectively Rational and Democratic Global Commonwealth48-61
Myron FrankmanBeyond The Tobin Tax: Global Democracy and Global Currency62-73
Henk OverbeekNeoliberalism and the Regulation of Global Labor Mobility74-90
Dimitris StevisAgents, Subjects, Objects, or Phantoms? Labor, the Environment, and Liberal Institutionalization91-105
Dong-Sook S. GillsGlobalization of Production and Women In Asia106-120
Mustapha Kamal PashaPredatory Globalization and Democracy in the Islamic World121-132
G. Honor FaganGlobalization and Culture: Placing Ireland133-143
Leslie SklairDemocracy and the Transnational Capitalist Class144-157
Barry K. GillsDemocratizing Globalization and Globalizing Democracy158-171
Ronaldo MunckReview Article: Beyond the Deluge? Politics of Globalization172-181
2002Mar580Early Adulthood in Cross-National PerspectiveFrank F. Furstenberg Jr.
Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr, Thomas D. Cook, Robert Sampson, Gail SlapPreface6-15
Elizabeth FussellThe Transition to Adulthood in Aging Societies16-39
Maria IacovouRegional Differences in the Transition to Adulthood40-69
Laura LippmanCross-National Variation in Educational Preparation for Adulthood: From Early Adolescence to Young Adulthood70-102
Timothy M. Smeeding, Katherin Ross PhillipsCross-National Differences in Employment and Economic Sufficiency103-133
Julien O. TeitlerTrends in Youth Sexual Initiation and Fertility in Developed Countries: 1960-1995134-152
Anne H. Gauthier, Frank F. Furstenberg Jr.The Transition to Adulthood: A Time Use Perspective153-171
Patrick HeuvelineAn International Comparison of Adolescent and Young Adult Mortality172-200
Manuel EisnerCrime, Problem Drinking, and Drug Use: Patterns of Problem Behavior in Cross-National Perspective201-225
James TilleyIs Youth A Better Predictor of Sociopolitical Values than is Nationality?226-256
Thomas D. Cook, Frank F. Furstenberg JrExplaining Aspects of the Transition to Adulthood in Italy, Sweden, Germany, and the United States: A Cross-Disciplinary, Case Synthesis Approach257-287
Richard Breen, Marlis BuchmannInstitutional Variation and the Position of Young People: A Comparative Perspective288-305
2002Jan579Exchange Rate Regimes and Capital FlowsGeorge S. Tavlas, Michael K. Ulan
George S. Tavlas, Michael K. UlanPreface9-10
Barry EichengreenInternational Monetary Options For the Twenty-First Century11-25
W. Max CordenExchange Rate Regimes for Emerging Market Economies: Lessons from Asia26-37
Martin WolfExchange Rates in a World of Capital Mobility38-52
Harris Dellas, P.A.V.B. Swamy, George S. TavlasThe Collapse of Exchange Rate Pegs53-72
John WilliamsonThe Evolution of Thought on Intermediate Exchange Rate Regimes73-86
Steve H. HankeCurrency Boards87-105
George M. von FurstenbergOne Region, One Money?106-122
Robert A. MundellMonetary Unions and the Problem of Sovereignty123-152
Dominick SalvatoreThe Euro, The European Central Bank, and the International Monetary System153-167
Edward Hochreiter, Helmut WagnerThe Road to the Euro: Exchange Rate Arrangements in European Transition Economies168-182
Michele Fratianni, John PattisonInternational Financial Architecture and International Financial Standards183-199
Ronald I. McKinnonLimiting Moral Hazard and Reducing Risk in International Capital Flows: The Choice of an Exchange Rate Regime200-218
Joseph E. StiglitzCapital Market Liberalization and Exchange Rate Regimes: Risk Without Reward219-248
Michael K. UlanShould Developing Countries Restrict Capital Inflows?249-260
Sebastian EdwardsCapital Mobility, Capital Controls, and Globalization in the Twenty-First Century261-270
2001Nov578What Works in Preventing CrimeDavid P. Farrington, Brandon C. Welsh
David P. Farrington, Brandon C. WelshPreface8-13
Anthony Petrosino, Robert F. Boruch, Haluk Soydan, Lorna Duggan, Julio Sanchez-MecaMeeting the Challenges of Evidence-Based Policy: The Campbell Collaboration14-34
David P. Farrington, Anthony PetrosinoThe Campbell Collaboration Crime and Justice Group35-49
David Weisburd, Cynthia M. Lum, Anthony PetrosinoDoes Research Design Affect Study Outcomes in Criminal Justice?50-70
David B. WilsonMeta-analytic Methods for Criminology71-89
Odette Bernazzani, Catherine Côté, Richard E. TremblayEarly Parent Training to Prevent Disruptive Behavior Problems and Delinquency in Children90-103
Anthony A. BragaThe Effects of Hot Spots Policing on Crime104-125
Doris Layton MacKenzie, David B. Wilson, Suzanee B. KiderEffects of Correctional Boot Camps on Offending126-143
Mark W. Lipsey, Gabrielle L. Chapman, Nana A. LandenbergerCognitive-Behavioral Programs for Offenders144-157
Brandon C. Welsh, David P. FarringtonToward an Evidence-Based Approach to Preventing Crime158-173
2001Sep577Reforming Welfare, Redefining Poverty
Randy Albelda, Ann WithornPreface8-11
Linda GordonWho Deserves Help? Who Must Provide?12-25
Frances Fox PivenGlobalization, American Politics, and Welfare Policy26-37
Linda BurnhamWelfare Reform, Family Hardship, and Women of Color38-48
Sanford F. Schram, Joe SossSuccess Stories: Welfare Reform, Policy Discourse, and the Politics of Research49-65
Randy AlbeldaFallacies of Welfare-to-Work Policies66-78
Gwendolyn MinkViolating Women: Rights Abuses in the Welfare Police State79-93
James JenningsWelfare Reform, Family Hardship, and Women of Color94-106
Ann WithronFriends or Foes? Nonprofits and the Puzzle of Welfare Reform107-117
Mimi AbramovitzLearning from the History of Poor and Working-Class Women's Activism118-130
Lucie E. WhiteClosing the Care Gap that Welfare Reform Left Behind131-143
Willie Baptist, Mary Bricker-JenkinsA View From the Bottom: Poor People and Their Allies Respond to Welfare Reform144-156
2001Jul576Courthouse Violence:Protecting the Judicial WorkplaceVictor Flango, Don Hardenberg
Don Hardenbergh, Neil Alan WeinerPreface8-18
Roger WarrenViolence in the Judicial Workplace19-22
Neil Alan Weiner, Don HardenberghUnderstanding and Controlling Violence Against the Judiciary and Judicial Officials23-37
Donald J. Harris, Charlotte L. Kirschner, Kristina Klatt Rosak, Neil Alan WeinerViolence in the Judicial Workplace: One State's Experience38-53
Frederick S. CalhounViolence Toward Judicial Officials54-68
Debra M. JenkinsThe U.S. Marshals Service's threat Analysis Program for the Protection of the Federal Judiciary69-77
Bryan Vossekuil, Randy Borum, Robert Fein, Marisa ReddyPreventing Targeted Violence Against Judicial Officials and Courts78-90
Thomas Faust, Michael RaffoLocal Trial Court Response to Courthouse Safety91-101
Fred A. GeigerCourthouse Violence:The View from the Bench102-108
John M. Greacen, Robert J. KleinStatewide Planning for Court Security109-117
Michael Griebel, Todd S. PhillipsArchitectural Design for Security in Courthouse Facilities118-131
2001May575Children's RightsJude L. Fernando
Jude L. FernandoChildren's Rights:Beyond the Impasse8-24
Allison James, Adrian L. JamesChildhood: Toward a Theory of Continuity and Change25-37
William E. MyersThe Right Rights? Child Labor in a Globalizing World38-55
Steven Hick, Edward HalpinChildren Rights and the Internet56-70
Sudharshan Canagarajah, Helena Skyt NielsenChild Labor in Africa: A Comparative Study71-91
Jo de BerryChild Soldiers and the Convention on the Rights of the Child92-105
Steven HickThe Political Economy of War-Affected Children106-121
Kathleen McCreeryFrom Street to Stage with Children in Brazil and Ghana122-146
R. Barri FlowersThe Sex Trade Industry's Worldwide Exploitation of Children147-157
Geeta Chowdhry, Mark BeemanChallenging Child Labor: Transnational Activism and India's Carpet Industry158-175
Rachel Baker, Richard HintonApproaches to Children's Work and Rights in Nepal176-193
Saadia ToorChild Labor in Pakistan: Coming of Age in the New World Order194-224
2001Mar574The Supreme Court's Federalism: Real or Imagined?Frank Goodman
Frank GoodmanPreface9-23
Steve G. CalabresiFederalism and the Rehnquist Court: A Normative Defense24-36
Edward L. RubinPuppy Federalism and the Blessings of America37-51
Robert F. NagelJudicial Power and the Restoration of Federalism52-65
Seth F. KreimerFederalism and Freedom66-80
Evan H. CaminkerJudicial Solicitude for State Dignity81-92
Marci A. HamiltonThe Elusive Safeguards of Federalism93-103
Lynn A. BakerConditional Federal Spending and States' Rights104-118
Herman SchwartzThe Supreme Court's Federalism: Fig Leaf for Conservatives119-131
Ann AlthouseInside the Federalism Cases: Concern about the Federal Courts132-144
Vicki C. JacksonFederalism and The Court: Congress as the Audience?145-157
Matthew D. AdlerState Sovereignty and the Anti-Commandeering Cases158-172
Daniel Halberstam, Roderick M, Hills, Jr.State Autonomy in Germany and the United States173-184
Jordan SteikerDid the Oklahoma City Bombers Succeed?185-194
2001Jan573Culture and Development: International PerspectivesChristopher Clague, Shoshana Grossbard-Shectman
Christopher Clague, Shoshana Grossbard-SchechtmanPreface8-15
Christopher Clague, Suzanne Gleason, Stephen KnackDeterminants of Lasting Democracy in Poor Countries: Culture, Development, and Institutions16-41
Omar Azfar, Young Lee, Anand SwamyThe Causes and Consequences of Corruption42-56
Richard BallIndividualism, Collectivism, and Economic Development57-84
Vijayendra RaoPoverty and Public Celebrations in Rural India85-104
Suzanne GleasonFemale Political Participation and Health in India105-126
Murat SomerCascades of Ethnic Polarization: Lessons from Yugoslavia127-151
John AdamsCulture and Economic Development in South Asia152-175
2000Nov572Presidential Campaigns: Sins of OmissionKathleen Hall Jamieson, Matthew Miller
Kathleen Hall JamiesonForeword9
Kathleen Hall Jamieson, Matthew MillerPreface10-11
Kathleen Hall Jamieson, Michael G. Hagen, Dan Orr, Lesley Sillaman, Suzanne Morse, Kim KirnWhat Did the Leading Candidates Say, and Did it Matter?12-16
David DutwinKnowledge in the 2000 Primary Elections17-25
Kate KenskiWomen and Political Knowledge During the 2000 Primaries26-28
Paul WaldmanPolitical Discussion in Primary States29-32
Michael G. Hagen, Rochard Johnston, Kathleen Hall Jamieson, David Dutwin, Kate KesnskiDynamics of the 2000 Republican Primaries33-59
Lawrence W. ShermanThe Hole in the Doughnut: Center Cities and Sprawl50-52
Felton earlsUrban Poverty: Scientific and Ethical Considerations53-65
Bruce KatzThe Federal Role in Curbing Sprawl66-77
Janice Fanning MaddenJobs, Cities, and Suburbs in the Global Economy78-89
Matthew MillerPreface90
Matthew MillerIntroduction91-97
John E. Coons, Lisa Graham Keegan, T. Willard FairThe Pro-Voucher Left and the Pro-Equity Right98-114
Lamar Alexander, Clint Bolick, Andrew Rotherham, Sandra FeldmanIs a Grand Bargain Between Left and Right Possible?115-135
E.J. Dionne, JrDon't Knock the Folks on the Bus136-141
Charles KrauthammerThe Black Hole of American Politics: Foreign Policy142-147
Matthew MillerBig Issues Missing From the Presidential Campaign148-152
Bobby AustinYouth Development153
Seymour Martin LipsetOld Habits and Old Myths154-155
Martin E. MartyReligion and Politics156
Richard D. SchwartzReligion and a World Rule of Law157-158
Roger WilkinsRacism159-160
Oliver WilliamsonUtopia and Campaign Spending161
2000Sep571Feminist Views of the Social SciencesChristine L. Williams
Christine L. WilliamsPreface8-13
Ravina AggarwalTraversing Lines of Control: Feminist Anthropology Today14-29
Judith D. AuerbachFeminism and Federally Funded Social Science: Notes from Inside30-41
Maxine Baca ZinnFeminism and Family Studies for a New Century42-56
Dana M. BrittonFeminism in Criminology: Engendering the Outlaw57-76
Lynn S. ChancerFrom Pornography to Sadomasochism: Reconciling Feminist Differences77-88
Kelley Hays-GilpinFeminist Scholarship in Archaeology89-106
Pierrette Hondagneu-SoteloFeminism and Migration107-120
Grethen Ritter, Nicole MellowThe State of Gender Studies in Political Science121-134
Lynn A. Staeheli, Patricia M. MartinSpaces for Feminism in Geography135-150
S. Craig Watkins, Rana EmersonFeminist Media Criticism and Feminist Media Practices151-166
Amy S. WhartonFeminism at Work167-182
Judith WorellFeminism in Psychology: Revolution or Evolution?183-196
The American Academy of Politicial and Social ScienceReport of the Board of Directors197-199
2000Jul570Dimensions of GlobalizationLouis Ferleger, Jay R. Mandle
Jay R. Mandle, Louis FerlegerPreface8-18
Lester C. ThurowGlobalization: The Product of a Knowledge-Based Economy19-31
Richard EasterlinThe Globalization of Human Development32-48
Peter A. Coclanis, Tilak DoshiThe Globalization in Southeast Asia49-64
Saskia SassenRegulating Immigration in a Global Age: A New Policy Landscape65-77
George RossLabor Versus Globalization78-91
Jay R. MandleThe Student Anti-Sweatshop Movement: Limits and Potential92-103
Alice H. Amsden, Takashi HikinoThe Bark is Worse than the Bite: New WTO Law and Late Industrialization104-114
Frank B. RampersadCoping with Globalization: A Suggested Policy Package For Small Countries115-125
Jon MandleGlobalization and Justice126-139
Robert HoltonGlobalization 's Culture Consequences140-152
Mary O'SullivanCorporate Governance and Globalization153-172
Adam S. WeinbergSustainable Economic Development in Rural America173-185
2000May569The African American Male in American Life and ThoughtJacob. U. Gordon
Jacob U. GordonPreface8-9
Tracy D.SnipeThe Role of African American Males in Politics and Government10-28
Jake C. MillerAfrican American Males in Foreign Affairs29-41
Jacob U. GordonBlack Males in the Civil Rights Movement42-55
Robert L. Green, Bradley R. CarlA Reform for Troubled Times: Takeovers of Urban Schools56-70
I. Peter UkpokoduAfrican American Males in Dance, Music, Theater, and Film71-85
Garry A. Mendez, Jr.Incarcerated African American Men and Their Children: A Case Study86-101
Quintard TaylorAfrican American Men in the American West, 1528-1990102-119
Lewis Diuguid, Adrienne RiversThe Media and the Black Response120-134
Festus E. Obiakor, Sunday O. Obi, Patrick GrantForeign-born African American Males: Turning Barriers into Opportunities135-148
John A. RichThe Health of African American Men149-159
Susan Williams Mc Elroy, Leon T. Andrews, Jr.The Black Male and the U.S. Economy160-175
2000Mar568The Study of African American Problems: W.E.B. DuBois's Agenda, Then and NowElijah Anderson, Tukufu Zuberi
Elijah AndersonPreface7-8
Tukufu ZuberiIntroduction: The Study of African American Problems9-12
W.E. Burghardt Du BoisThe Study of the Negro Problems13-27
Farah Jasmine GriffinBlack Feminists and Du Bois: Respectability, Protection, and Beyond28-40
Patricia Hill CollinsGender Black Feminism, and Black Political Economy41-53
Elijah AndersonThe Emerging Philadelphia African American Class Structure54-77
William Julius WilsonRising Inequality and the Case For Coalition Politics78-99
Mary Frances BerryDu Bois as Social Activist: Why We are Not Saved100-110
Michael B. KatzRace, Poverty, and Welfare: Du Bois's Legacy for Policy111-127
Gerald D. JaynesIdentity and Economic Performance128-139
James E. BowmanAnthropology: From Bones to the Human Genome140-153
Fatimah L.C. JacksonAnthropological Measurement: The Mismeasure of African Americans154-171
Tukufu ZuberiDeracializing Social Statistics: Problems in the Quantification of Race172-185
Lawrence D. BoboReclaiming a Du Boisian Perspective on Racial Attitudes186-202
Henry Louis Gates, Jr.W.E. B. Du Bois and the Encyclopedia Africana, 1909-63203-219
Anthony MonteiroBeing an African in the World: The Du Boisian Epistemology229-234
Barbara Dianne SavageW.E.B. Du Bois and "The Negro Church"235-249
Herman BeaversRomancing the Body Politic: Du Bois's Propaganda of the Dark World250-264
Lewis R. GordonDu Bois's Humanistic Philosophy of Human Sciences265-280
Lucius T. Outlaw, Jr.W.E.B. Du Bois on the Study of Social Problems281-297
Martin KilsonThe Washington and Du Bois Leadership Paradigms Reconsidered298-313
2000Jan567School ViolenceWilliam G. Hinkle, Stuart Henry
William G. Hinkle, Stuart HenryPreface8-15
Stuart HenryWhat is School Violence? An Integrated Definition16-29
J. Scott StaplesViolence in Schools: Rage Against A Broken World30-41
Ralph CintronListening to What the Streets Say: Vengeance as Ideology?42-53
Douglas E. ThompkinsSchool Violence: Gangs and a Culture of Fear54-71
Peter J. VenturelliDrugs in Schools: Myths and Realities72-87
Wayne N. WelshThe Effects of School Climate on School Disorder88-107
Lissa J. YoganSchool Tracking and Student Violence108-122
Ronald C. KramerPoverty, Inequality, and Youth Violence123-139
A. Troy AdamsThe Status of School Discipline and Violence140-156
Hal PepinskyEducating for Peace157-169
Susan L. CaulfieldCreating Peaceable Schools170-185
Jane NicholsonReconciliation's: Prevention of and Recovery from School Violence186-197
Edward L. Cohn, William G. HinkleJuvenile Corrections in Indiana198-208
1999Nov566The Social Diffusion of Ideas and Things.Paul Lopes, Mary Durfee
Paul Lopes, Mary DurfeePreface8-12
Diana CraneDiffusion Models and Fashion: A Reassessment13-24
Paul LopesDiffusion and Syncretism:The Modern Jazz Tradition25-36
Ronald S. BurtThe Social Capital of Opinion Leaders37-54
Thomas W. Valente, Rebecca L. DavisAccelerating the Diffusion of Innovations Using Opinion Leaders55-67
Donley T. StudlarDiffusion of Tobacco Control in North America68-79
Christopher Z. Mooney, Mei-Hsien LeeMorality Policy Reinvention: State Death Penalties80-92
David P. Fan, Jennifer OstiniHuman Rights Media Coverage in Chinese East Asia93-107
Mary DurfeeDiffusion of Pollution Prevention Policy108-119
Sarah A. SouleThe Diffusion of an Unsuccessful Innovation120-131
Jeffrey M. AyersFrom the Streets to the Internet: The Cyber-Diffusion of Contention132-143
Elihu KatzTheorizing Diffusion: Trade and Sorokin Revisited144-155
Report of the Board of DirectorsReport of the Board of Directors156-158
1999Sep565Civil Society and Democratization.Isidro Morales, Guillermo De Los Reyes, Paul Rich
Isidro Morales, Guillermo De Los ReyesPreface7-14
Paul RichAmerican Voluntarism, Social Capital, and Political Culture15-34
Isidro MoralesNAFTA: The Governance of Economic Openness35-65
Finn LaursenCivil Society and European Integration66-78
Jose L. Garcia-AguilarThe Autonomy and Democracy of Indigenous Peoples in Canada and Mexico79-90
William RatliffDevelopment and Civil Society in Latin America and Asia91-1112
John S. RobeyCivil Society and NAFTA:Initial Results113-125
Andreas SchedlerCivil Society and Political Elections: A Culture of Distrust?126-141
Armando CintoraCivil Society and Attitudes: The Virtues of Character142-147
M.B. NeaceEntrepreneurs in Emerging Economies: Creating Trust, Social Capital, and Civil Society148-161
Marco A. AlmazanThe Aztec States-Society: Roots of Civil Society and Social Capital162-175
Corwin SmidtReligion and Civic Engagement: A Comparative Analysis176-192
Lorena Melton Young OteroDeath and Civil Society193-206
Olga Lazcano, Gustavo BarrientosRitual and Community Networks Among Laborer Groups in Mexico207-217
Guillermo De Los Reyes, Antonio LaraCivil Society and Volunteerism: Lodges in Mining Communities218-224
1999Jul564Will the Juvenile Court System Survive?Ira M. Schwartz
Ira M. SchwartzPreface8-9
Barry C. FeldThe Honest Politician's Guide to Juvenile Justice in the Twenty-First Century10-27
Katherine Hunt FederleIs There A Jurisprudential Future For the Juvenile Court?28-36
Wanda Mohr, Richard J. Gelles, Ira M. SchwartzShackled in the Land of Liberty: No Rights For Children37-55
Stephen J. MorseDelinquency and Desert56-80
Gordon BazemoreThe Fork in the Road to Juvenile Court Reform81-108
John Johnson Kerbs (Un)Equal Justice: Juvenile Court Abolition and African Americans109-125
Ira M. Schwartz, Neil Alan Weiner, Guy EnoshMyopic Justice? The Juvenile Court and Child Welfare Systems126-141
Mark W. LipseyCan Intervention Rehabilitate Serious Delinquents?142-166
Charles E. Frazier, Donna M. Bishop, Lonn Lanza-KaduceGet-Tough Juvenile Justice Reforms: The Florida Experience167-184
Meda Chesney-LindChallenging Girls' Invisibility in Juvenile Justice185-202
Russell K. Van VleetThe Attack on Juvenile Justice203-214
1999May563The Silent Crisis in U.S. Child CareSuzanne W. Helburn
Suzanne W. HelburnPreface8-19
Sandra L. HofferthChild Care, Maternal Employment, and Public Policy20-38
Debby CryerDefining and Assessing Early Childhood Program Quality39-55
Lorna KelloggThe Kellogg Child Development Center: High-Quality Child Care56-72
Margaret R. BurchinalChild Care Experiences and Developmental Outcomes73-97
Susan D. Holloway, Bruce FullerFamilies and Child Care: Divergent Viewpoints98-115
William Gormley, Jr.Regulating Child Care Quality116-129
John R. MorrisMarket Constraints on Child Care Quality130-145
Macy WhitebookChild Care Workers: High Demand, Low Wages146-161
Julia WrigleyHiring a Nanny: The Limits of Private Solutions to Public Problems162-174
Wolfgang Tietze, Debby CryerCurrent Trends in European Early Child Care and Education175-193
Paula England, Nancy FolbreWho Should Pay for the Kids?194-207
Barbara R. BergmannMaking Child Care "Affordable" in the United States208-219
1999Mar562The Evolving World of Work and Family: New Stakeholders, New VoicesMarcie Pitt-Catsouphes, Bradley K. Googins
Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes, Bradley K. GooginsPreface8-15
Rosanna HertzWorking to Place Family at the Center of Life: Dual-Earner and Single-Parent Strategies16-31
Mary B. YoungWork-Family Backlash: Begging the Question, What's Fair?32-46
Maureen Scully, W.E. Douglas CreedRestructured Families: Issues of Equality and Need47-65
Paul AttewellThe Impact of Family on Job Displacement and Recovery66-82
Suzan Lewis, Janet Smithson, Julia BrannenYoung Europeans' Orientations to Families and Work83-97
Shin-Kap Han, Phyllis MoenWork and Family Over Time: A Life Course Approach98-110
Shelley M. MacDermid, Leon C. Litchfield, Marcie Pitt-CatsouphesOrganizational Size and Work-Family Issues111-126
Judith G. GonyeaThe Nonprofit Sector's Responsiveness to Work-Family Issues127-142
Rosalind C. BarnettA New Work-Life Model for the Twenty-First Century143-158
Susan C. Eaton, Lotte BailynWork and Life Strategies of Professionals in Biotechnology Firms159-173
Susan J. LambertLower-Wage Workers and the New realities of Work and Family174-190
Paula M. Rayman, Ann BookmanCreating a Research and Public Policy Agenda for Work, Family, and Community191-211
1999Jan561Emotional Labor in the Service EconomyRonnie J. Steinberg, Deborah M. Figart
Ronnie J. Steinberg, Deborah M. FigartEmotional Labor Since The Managed Heart8-26
Susan HimmelweitCaring Labor27-38
Paula England, Nancy FolbreThe Cost of Caring39-51
Marjorie L. DeVaultComfort and Struggle: Emotion Work in Family Life52-63
Gideon Kunda, John Van MaanenChanging Scripts at Work: Managers and Professionals64-80
Robin LeidnerEmotional Labor in Service Work81-95
Marcia L. BellasEmotional Labor in Academia: The Case of the Professors96-110
Susan Ehrlich MartinPolice Force or Police Service? Gender and Emotional Labor111-126
Jennifer L. PierceEmotional Labor Among Paralegals127-142
Ronnie J. SteinbergEmotional Labor in Job Evaluation: Redesigning Compensation Practices143-157
Amy S. WhartonThe Psychosocial Consequences of Emotional Labor158-176
Ronnie J. Steinberg, Deborah M. FigartEmotional Demands at Work: A Job Content Analysis177-191
1998Nov560The Future of FactJeffrey J. Strange, Elihu Katz
Elihu Katz, Jeffrey J. StrangePreface8-16
Jerome BrunerWhat is a Narrative Fact?17-27
Peter Novick (The Death of) the Ethics of Historical Practice (and Why I am Not in Mourning)28-42
Judith LichtenbergThe Will To Truth: A Reply to Novick43-54
Joseph MargolisObjectivity as a Problem: An Attempt at an Overview55-68
Michael HerzfeldFactual Fissures: Claims and Contexts69-82
Richard V. EricsonHow Journalists Visualize Fact83-95
Barry Schwartz, Lori HolyfieldNixon Postmortem96-110
John ZallerThe Rule of Product Substitution in Presidential Campaign News111-128
Kathleen M. McGrawManipulating Public Opinion With Moral Justification129-142
James H. Kuklinski, Paul J. Quirk, David W. Schwieder, Robert F. Rich"Just the Facts, Ma'am": Political Facts and Public Opinion143-154
Geoffrey CowanThe Legal and Ethical Limitations of Factual Misrepresentation155-164
Sheila T. MurphyThe Impact of Factual Versus Fictional Media Portrayals on Cultural Stereotypes165-178
Marcia K. JohnsonIndividual and Cultural Reality Monitoring179-193
James E. KatzStruggle In Cyberspace: Fact and Friction on the World Wide Web194-199
1998Sep559The Changing Educational Quality of the WorkforceRobert Zemsky, Peter Cappelli
Peter Cappelli, Ribert ZemskyPreface8-11
Jere Behrman, Lori Kletzer, Michael McPherson, Morton Owen SchapiroMicroeconomics of College Choice, Careers, and Wages12-23
John BishopOccupation-Specific Versus General Education and Training24-38
David Card, Alan B. KruegerSchool Resources and Student Outcomes39-53
Nevzer StaceySocial Benefits of Education54-63
Marvin LazersonThe Disappointments of Success: Higher Education After World War II64-76
Robert ZemskyLabor, Markets, and Educational Restructing77-90
Jerry A. Jacobs, Scott Stoner-EbyAdult Enrollment and Educational Attainment91-108
Peter Cappelli, Daniel Shapiro, Nicole ShumanisEmployer Participation in School-to-Work Programs109-124
Harold SalzmanRestructuring and Skill Needs: Will Firms Train?125-140
Stephen R. BarleyMilitary Downsizing and the Career Prospects of Youths141-157
Daniel Shapiro, Maria IannozziThe Benefits to Bridging Work and School158-167
Ralph S. SaulOn Connecting School and Work168-175
The American Academy of Political and Social ScienceReport of the Board of Directors176-178
1998Jul558Americans and Religion in the Twenty-First CenturyWade Clark Roof
In Memorian: Marvin E. Wolfgang7-8
Wade Clark RoofPreface9-12
Martin E. MartyRevising the Map of American Religion13-27
N.J. Demerath IIIExcepting Exceptionalism: American Religion in Comparative Relief28-39
Juan Eduardo CampoAmerican Pilgrimage Landscapes40-56
William McKinneyMainline Protestantism 200057-66
Mark A. ShibleyContemporary Evangelicals: Born-Again and World Affirming67-87
Mark JuergensmeyerChristian Violence in America88-100
Cheryl Townsend GilkesPlenty Good Room: Adaptation in a Changing Black Church101-121
Michele DillonRome and American Catholics122-134
Mary JohnsonThe Reweaving of Catholic Spiritual and Institutional Life135-143
Roger Friedland, Richard HechtThe Symbol and the Stone: Jerusalem at the Millennium144-162
Anthony M. Stevens-ArroyoThe Latino ReligiousResurgence163-177
Raymond Brady WilliamsAsian Indian and Pakistani Religions in the United States178-195
Donald E. MillerPostdenominational Christianity in the Twenty-First Century196-210
Wade Clark RoofModernity,The Religious, and the Spiritual211-224
1998May557Children and TelevisionAmy B. Jordan, Kathleen Hall Jamieson
Amy B. Jordan, Kathleen Hall JamiesonPreface7-8
Aletha C. Huston, John C. WrightTelevision and the Informational and Educational Needs of Children9-23
Daniel R. AndersonEducational Television is not an Oxymoron24-38
Dale KunkelPolicy Battles Over Defining Children's Educational Television39-53
Joanne CantorRatings for Program Content: The Role of Research Findings54-69
Alison Alexander, Keisha Hoerrner, Lisa DukeWhat is Quality Children's Television?70-82
Amy B. Jordan, Emory H. Woodard IVGrowing Pains: Children's Television in the New Regulatory Enviornment83-95
Sean AdayNewspaper Coverage of Kids' TV96-104
Julia R. Dobrow, Calvin L. GidneyThe Good, the Bad, and the Foreign: The Use of Dialect in Children's Animated Television105-119
Marie-Louise MaresChildren's Use of VCRs120-131
Christine M. BachenChannel One and the Education of American Youths132-147
Jef I. Richards, Ellen A. Wartella, Cynthia Morton, Lisa ThompsonThe Growing Commercialization of Schools: Issues and Practices148-163
Dorothy G. Singer, Jerome L. SingerDeveloping Critical Viewing Skills and Media Literacy in Children164-179
1998Mar556Gambling: Socioeconomic Impacts and Public PolicyJames H. Frey
James H. FreyPreface8-10
William N. ThompsonCasinos De Juegos Del Mundo: A Survey of World Gambling11-21
Colin S. Campbell, Garry J. SmithCanadian Gambling: Trends and Public Policy Issues22-35
Eugene Martin ChristiansenGambling and the American Economy36-52
William R. EadingtonContributions of Casino-Style Gambling to Local Economies53-65
Ricardo GazelThe Economic Impacts of Casino Gambling at the State and Local Levels66-84
John Warren KindtFollow the Money: Gambling, Ethics, and Suboenas85-97
Gary C. AndersIndian Gaming: Financial and Regulatory Issues98-108
Audie Blevins, Katherine JensenGambling as a Community Development Quick Fix109-123
William J. Miller, Martin D. SchwartzCasino Gambling and Street Crime124-137
James H. FreyFederal Involvement in U.S. Gaming Regulation138-152
Henry R. LesieurCosts and Treatment of Pathological Gambling153-171
Randy Stinchfield, Ken C. WintersGambling and Problem Gambling Among Youths172-185
Frederick W. Preston, Bo J. Bernhard, Robert E. Hunter, Shannon L. BybeeGambling as Stigmatized Behavior: Regional Relabeling and the Law186-196
1998Jan555Israel in TransitionGabriel Ben-Dor
Gabriel Ben-DorPreface7-14
Charles Liebman, Bernard SusserJudaism and Jewishness in the Jewish State15-25
Sammy SmoohaThe Implications of the Transition to Peace for Israeli Society26-45
herbet C. KelmanIsrael in Transition from Zionism to Post-Zionism46-61
Efraim InbarIsraeli National Security, 1973-9662-81
Shlomo GazitIsrael and the Palenstinians: Fifty years of Wars and Turning Points82-96
Mark Tessler, Audra K. GrantIsrael's Arab Citizens: The Continuing Struggle97-113
Ehud SprinzakExtremism and Violence in Israel: The Crisis of Messianic Politics114-126
Yair AharoniThe Changing Politicial Economy of Israel127-146
Yael YishaiCivil Society in Transition: Interest Politics in Israel147-162
Gideon DoronThe Politics of Mass Communication in Israel163-179
Avraham BrichtaThe New Premier-Parlimentary System in Israel180-192
Yair ZalmanovitchTransitions in Israel's Policymaking Network193-208
Arie ShacharReshaping the Map of Israel: A New National Planning Doctrine209-218
1997Nov554The Role of NGOs: Charity and EmpowermentJude L. Fernando, Alan W. Heston
Jude L. Fernando, Alan W. HestonIntroduction: NGOs Between States, Markets, and Civil Society8-20
Bishwapriya SanyalNGOs' Self-Defeating Quest For Autonomy21-32
David J. LewisNGOs, Donors, and the State in Bagladesh33-45
Shelley FeldmanNGOs and Civil Society: (UN)Stated Contraditions46-65
R.L. Stirrat, Heiko HenkelThe Development Gift: The Problem of Reciprocity in the NGO World66-80
J. Samuel EscobarReligion and Social Change at the Grass Roots in Latin America81-103
Leonard A. GordonWealth Equals Wisdom? The Rockefeller and Ford Foundations in India104-116
Anthony J. BenningtonReinventing NGOs and Rethinking Alternatives in the Andes117-135
Rekha MehraWomen, Empowerment, and Economic Development136-149
Jude L. FernandoNongovernmental Organizations, Microcredit, and Empowerment of Women150-177
Pritha GopalanThe Trust Factor in Participation and Social Education178-192
Paul StreetenNongovernmental Organizations and Development193-210
1997Sep553Transport at the MillenniumStanley G. Long
Stanley G. LongPreface to the Millennium8-16
John R. MeyerTransportation Today: The U.S. Experience in a World Context17-29
Stephen B. GoddardThe Road to Now30-41
John C. SpychalskiRail Transport: Retreat and Resurgence42-54
Kenneth D. BoyerAmerican Trucking, NAFTA, and the Cost of Distance55-65
Michael S. BronziniInland Waterways: Still or Turbulent Waters Ahead?66-74
Nancy Ruth Fox, Lawrence J. WhiteU.S. Ocean Shipping Policy: Going Against the Tide75-86
Bill WilkinsonNonmotorized Transportation: The Forgotten Modes87-93
Robert W. Poole, Jr.Privatization: A New Transportation Paradigm94-105
W. Bruce AllenThe Logistics Revolution and Transportation106-116
Harvey K. FladCountry Clutter: Visual Pollution and the Rural Roadscape117-129
Mark DelucchiThe Social Cost of Motor Vehicle Use130-142
Todd LitmanPolicy Implications of Full Social Costing143-156
Kenneth ButtonLessons From European Transport Experience157-167
Kenneth M.GwilliamCan Developing Countries Learn From Our Mistakes?168-179
Aaron J. GellmanTransport Conference Report180-185
Thomas M. CorsiSurface Freight Prospects186-191
James J. MacKenzieTwo Transport Visions192-198
The American Academy of Political and Social ScienceReport of the Board of Directors199-201
1997Jul552Strengthening Transitional Democracies Through Conflict ResolutionRaymond Shonholtz, Ilana Shapiro
Raymond ShonholtzPreface9-13
Ilana ShapiroBeyond Modernization: Conflict Resolution in Central and Eastern Europe14-27
Kinga GÖncz, Sándor GeskóEthnic Minorities in Hungary: Democracy and Conflict Resolution28-39
Dušan Ondrušek, Vladimír LabáthConflicts in transforming Society and the Nongovernmental Sector: The Slovak Example40-51
Maira CsutoraThe Mismanagement of Environmental Conflicts52-64
Krum Krumov, Snejana Ilieva, Sonya Karabeliova, Lyudmila AlexievaConflict Resolution Strategies in the Transition to Market Economy65-74
Rita PálvÖlgyi, István HerbaiPublic Participation in Cooperative Planning: A Local Tax Issue In Nagykanizsa, Hungary75-85
Natalia MirimanovaDemocratization and Conflicts in Russia and the Newly Independent States86-97
Ivane MatchavarianaThe Peace Process and Transition to Democratic Rule in the Republic of Georgia98-106
Sona HermchovaReflections on Living Through the Changes in Eastern Europe107-113
Gabriel BianchiTraining in Skills for Coping With Democracy114-124
Dennis J.D. SandoleDeveloping Conflict Resolution in Transcaucasia: A University-Based Approach125-138
Raymond ShonhltzThe Mediating Future139-150
1997May551Globalization and the Changing U.S. CityDavid Wilson
David WilsonPreface8-16
Paul L. KnoxGlobalization and Urban Economic Change17-27
Susan E. Clarke, Gary L. GaileLocal Politics in a Global Era: Thinking Locally, Acting Globally28-43
Peter O. MullerThe Suburban Transformation of the Globalizing American City44-58
Jeffrey D. Morenoff, Marta TiendaUnderclass Neighborhoods in Temporal and Ecological Perspective59-72
Kingsley E. Haynes, Roger R. StoughThe Federal Urban Policy Agenda: Recent Past and New Realities73-88
Glenda LawsGlobalization, Immigration, and Changing Social Relations in U.S. Cities89-104
Vilna I. Bashi, Mark Alan HughesGlobalization and Residential Segregation By Race105-120
David W. BarelttUrban Housing in an Era of Global Capital121-136
Greg Dimitriadis, George KamberelisShifting Terrains: Mapping Education Within a Global Landscape137-150
Michael Dear, Steven FlustyThe Iron Lotus: Los Angeles and Postmodern Urbanism151-163
Jan NijmanGlobalization to a Latin Beat: The Miami Growth Machine164-177
Richard P. GreeneChicago's New Immigrants, Indigenous Poor, and Edge Cities178-190
Ray BromleyGlobalization and the Inner Periphery: A Mid-Bronx View191-207
Barney Warf, Brian HollyThe Rise and Rall and Rise of Cleveland208-221
Carolyn T. AdamsThe Philadelphia Experience222-234
Kenneth M. ReardonState and Local Revitalization Efforts in East St. Louis, Illinois235-254
1997Mar550NAFTA Revisited:Expectations and RealitiesPaul Rich, Guillermo De Los Reyes
Paul Rich, Guillermo De Los ReyesAcknowledgements8
Paul Rich, Guillermo De Los ReyesPreface9-11
Larry DiamondConsolidating Democracy in the Americas12-41
Marco A. AlmazánNAFTA and the Mesoamerican States System42-50
Antonio Lara Téllez, Francisco Hernández AguilarNAFTA and New Paradigms51-58
William Ratliff, Edgardo BuscagliaJudicial Reform: The Neglected Priority in Latin America59-71
Paul RichNAFTA and Chiapas72-84
Roberto Ley-BorrásForecasts and Decisions on Economic Pacts in Mexico85-95
Guillermo De Los ReyesNAFTA and the Future of Mexican Higher Education96-104
Timothy C. BrownThe Fourth Member of NAFTA: The U.S.-Mexico Border105-121
Román López VillicanaMexico and NAFTA: The Case of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs122-129
Isidro MoralesThe Mexican Crisis and the Weakneww of the NAFTA Consensus130-152
Amy B. JordanSupplement: Children and Television: A Conference Summary153-167
1997Jan549The Americans with Disabilities Act:Social Contract or Special Privilege?William G. Johnson
William G. JohnsonPreface8-9
Andrew I. BataviaIdeology and Independent Living: Will Conservatism Harm People With Disabilities?10-23
Bonnie Poitras TuckerThe ADA and Deaf Culture: Contrasting Precepts, Conflicting Results24-36
Marjorie L. BaldwinCan the ADA Achieve Its Employment Goals?37-52
Nancy R. MudrickEmployment Discrimination Laws for Disability: Utilization and Outcome53-70
Richard V. BurkhauserPost-ADA: Are People with Disabilities Expected to Work?71-83
David M. Studdert, Troyen A. BrennanHIV Infection and the Americans With Disabilities Act: An Evolving Interaction84-100
Mary C. DalyWho is Protected By the ADA? Evidence from the German Experience101-116
Edward H. YelinThe Employment of People With and Without Disabilities in an Age of Insecurity117-128
Frederick C. CollignonIs the ADA Successful? Indicators for Tracking Gains129-147
Richard K. Scotch, Kay SchrinerDisability as Human Variation: Implications for Policy148-159
William G. JohnsonThe Future of Disability Policy: Benefit Payments or Civil Rights?160-172
Eric ChurchillSupplement: Genes and Society: Puzzles, Promises, and Policy173-184
1996Nov548The Holocaust: Remembering the FutureFranklin H. Littell, G. Jan Colijn, Marcia Sachs Littell, Irene G. Shur
Franklin H. Littell, G. Jan Colijn, Marcia Sachs Littell, Irene G. ShurPreface7-13
Yehuda BauerThe Impact of the Holocaust14-22
Richard L. RubensteinHolocaust and Holy War23-44
Violet B. Ketels"Havel to the Castle!" The Power of the Word45-69
Judith E. DonesonHolocaust Revisisted: A Catalyst for Memory or Trivialization?70-77
Myrna GoldenbergLesson Learned from Gentle Heroism: Women's Holocaust Narratives78-93
Christopher R. FriedrichsTeaching the Unteachable: A Canadian Perspective94-104
Marion FaberTeaching a Multidisciplinary Course on the Holocaust and German Culture105-115
Edward B. WestermannThe Holocaust Course at the United States Air Force Academy116-122
Mary Johnson, Carol RittnerCircles of Hell: Jewish and Non-Jewish Victims of the Nazis123-137
David P. GusheeLearning from the Christian Rescuers: Lessons from the Churches138-155
Robert Melsonparadigms of Genocide: The Holocaust, the Armenian Genocide and Contemporary Mass Destructions156-168
Ronald ModrasThe Interwar Polish Catholic Press on the Jewish Question169-190
Damir MirkovicEthnic Conflict and Genocide: Reflections on Ethnic Cleansing in the Former Yugoslavia191-199
David PattersonSome Theological Aspects of Jewish Memory in the Holocaust Memoir200-218
1996Sep547The Future of Hong KongMax J. Skidmore
Max J. SkidmorePreface8-10
Ming K. ChanHong Kong: Colonial Legacy, Transformation, and Challenge11-23
Elfed Vaughan RobertsPolitical Developments in Hong Kong: Implications for 199724-36
Matthew TurnerHong Kong Design and the Roots of Sino-American Trade Disputes37-53
Khun Eng KuahNegotiating Emigration and the Family: Individual Solutions to the 1997 Anxiety54-67
Michale Degolyer, Janet Lee ScottThe Myth of Political Apathy in Hong Kong68-78
Stacilee FordClaim Jumping at Century's End: University Student Identity in Late-Transition Hong Kong79-90
Veronica PearsonThe Past is Another Country: Hong Kong Women in Transition91-103
Peter Wesley-SmithLaw in Hong Kong and China: The Meshing of Systems104-117
Max J. SkidmorePromise and Peril in Combating Corruption: Hong Kong's ICAC118-130
James E. SciuttoChina's Muffling of the Hong Kong Media131-143
Richard W. MuellerAmerica's Long-term Interest in Hong Kong144-152
Clyde A. HaulmanAsia-Pacific Economic Links and the Future of Hong Kong153-164
Martin C.M. LeeThe Rule of Law in Hong Kong: Implications for 1997165-170
The American Academy of Political and Social ScienceReport of the Board of Directors171-173
1996Jul546The Media and PoliticsKathleen Hall Jamieson
Kathleen Hall JamiesonPreface8
W. Russell NeumanPolitical Communications Infrastructure9-21
Elihu KatzAnd Deliver Us From Segmentation22-33
David H. WeaverWhat Voters Learn from Media34-47
Steven Chaffee, Stacey FrankHow Americans Get Political Information: Print Versus Broadcast News48-58
Shanto IyengarFraming Responsibility for Political Issues59-70
Joseph N. Cappella, Kathleen Hall JamiesonNews Frames, Political Cynicism, and Media Cynicism71-84
Doris A. GraberSay It With Pictures85-96
Thomas E. PattersonBad News, Bad Governance97-108
Roderick P. HartEasy Citizenship: Television's Curious Legacy109-119
Susan HerbstPublic Expression Outside the Mainstream120-131
James S. FishkinThe Televised Deliberative Poll: An Experiment in Democracy132-140
Ellen HumeThe New Paradigm for News141-153
1996May545Challenges in Risk Assessment and Risk ManagementHoward Kunreuther, Paul Slovic
Howard Kunreuther, Paul SlovicPreface8-13
Howard Kunreuther, Paul SlovicAcknowledgements14
John D. Graham, Lorenz RhombergHow Risks Are Identified and Assessed15-24
Robert A. PollakGovernment Risk Regulation25-34
Dale JamiesonScientific Uncertainty and the Political Process35-43
William R. FreudenburgRisky Thinking: Irrational Fears About Risk and Society44-53
Robin Gregory, Thomas C. Brown, Jack L. KnetschValuing Risks to the Environment54-63
Roy A. RappaportRisk and the Human Environment64-74
Baruch FischhoffPublic Values in Risk Research75-84
William LeissThree Phases in the Evolution of Risk Communication Practice85-94
Roger E. Kasperson, Jeanne X. KaspersonThe Social Amplification and Attentuation of Risk95-105
W. Kip Viscusi, Richard J. ZeckhauserHazard Communication: Warnings and Risk106-115
Howard Kunreuther, Paul SlovicScience, Values, and Risk116-125
Ralph L. KeeneyThe Role of Values in Risk Management126-134
Robin CantorRethinking Risk Management in the Federal Government135-143
Richard J. Zeckhauser, W. Kip ViscusiThe Risk Management Dilemma144-155
Patrick Field, Howard Raiffa, Lawrence SusskindRisk and Justice: Rethinking the Concept of Compensation156-164
Roger G. NollReforming Risk Regulation165-175
James E. KrierRisk and the Legal System176-183
1996Mar544Impacts of Changing Employment:If the Good Jobs Go AwayArthur B. Shostak
Arthur B. ShostakPreface8-15
Jeremy RifkinA New Social Contract16-26
Summer M. RosenJobs: New Challenges, New Responses27-42
Theodore HershbergHuman Capital Development: America's Greatest Challenge43-51
Stanly Aronowitz, William DiFazioHigh Technology and Work Tomorrow52-67
Barbara A. GutekService Workers: Human Resources or Labor Costs?68-82
Robert W. GloverThe German Apprenticeship System: Lessons for Austin, Texas83-94
Lawrence W. Boyd, Jr.The End of Hawaii's Plantations: Back to the Future?95-110
Ross Koppel, Alice HoffmanDislocation Policies in the USA: What Should We Be Doing?111-126
Thomas Samuel EberleDislocation Policies in Western Europe: Past, Present, and Future127-139
Koji Taira, Solomon B. LevineEmployment Felxibility and Joblessness in Low-Growth, Restructured Japan140-153
Joseph F. CoatesReworking Work: Tough Times Ahead154-166
Charley RichardsonComputers Don't Kill Jobs, People Do: Technology and Power in the Workplace167-179
Daniel MarschallPerforming Work Without Doing Jobs180-190
David MacarovThe Employment of New Ends: Planning For Permanent Unemployment191-202
Arthur B. ShostakEpilogue203-205
1996Jan543The Federal Role in Criminal LawJames A. Strazzella
Announcement8
James A. StrazzellaPreface9-14
Franklin E. Zimring, Gordon HawkinsToward A Principled Basis for Federal Criminal Legislation15-26
Kathleen F. BrickeyThe Commerce Clause and Federalized Crime: A Tale of Two Thieves27-38
Sara Sun BealeFederalizing Crime: Assessing the Impact on the Federal Courts39-51
John B. OakleyThe Myth of Cost-Free Jurisdictional Reallocation52-63
Renée M. LandersProsecutorial Limits on Overlapping Federal and State Jurisdiction64-71
Harry Litman, Mark D. GreenbergDual Prosecutions: A Model For Concurrent Federal Jurisdiction72-84
Dennis E. CurtisThe Effect of Federalization on the Defense Function85-96
Neil H. CoganThe Rules of Everyday Life97-102
Philip B. Heymann, Mark H. MooreThe Federal Role in Dealing With Violent Street Crime: Principles, Questions, and Cautions103-115
Kevin R. ReitzThe Federal Role in Sentencing Law and Policy116-129
Jerold IsraelFederal Criminal Procedure as a Model for the States130-143
Pamela H. BucyPrivitizing Law Enforcement144-153
Joseph L. Hoffmann, Lauren K. RobelFederal Court Supervision of State Criminal Justice Administration154-166
1995Nov542Flexibility in International Negotiation and MediationDaniel Druckman, Christopher Mitchell
Daniel Druckman, Christopher MitchellPreface8-9
Daniel Druckman, Christopher MitchellFlexibility in Negotiation and Mediation10-23
P. Terrence HopmannTwo Paradigms of Negotiation: Bargaining and Problem Solving24-47
Otomar J. BartosModeling Distributive and Intergrative Negotiations48-60
Daniel DruckmanSituational Levers of Position Change: Further Explorations61-80
Bertram I. SpectorCreativity Heuristics for Impasse Resolution: Reframing Intractable Negotiations81-99
Dean G. PruittFlexibility in Conflict Episodes100-115
Llyod JensenIssue Flexibility in Negotiating Internal War116-130
Dennis J.D. SandoleChanging Ideologies in the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe131-147
Margaret G. HermannLeaders, Leadership, and Flexibility: Influences on Heads of government as Negotiators and Mediators148-167
Johannes Botes, Christopher MitchellConstraints on Third Party Flexibility168-184
Nimet Beriker AtiyasMediating Regional Conflicts and Negotiating Flexibility: Peace Efforts in Bosnia-Herzegovina185-201
Saadia touvalMediator's Flexibility and the U.N. Security Council202-212
Christopher Mitchell, Daniel DruckmanFlexibility: Nature, Sources, and Effects213-218
1995Sep541Small WarsWilliam J. Olson
Wiliam J. OlsonPreface: Small Wars Considered8-19
Roger BeaumontSmall Wars: Definitions and Dimensions20-35
William V. O'BrienThe Rule of Law in Small Wars36-46
Stephanie G. NeumanThe Arm Trade, Military Assistance, and Recent Wars: Change and Continuity47-74
Richard Shultz, Jr.State Disintegration and Ethnic Conflict: A Framework for Analysis75-88
Carnes LordThe Role of the United States in Small Wars89-100
Michael MoodieThe Balkan Tragedy101-115
James BrownThe Turkish Imbroglio: It's Kurds116-129
Christine M. Knudsen with I. William ZartmanThe Large Small War in Angola130-143
Edwin G. CorrSocietal Transformation for Peace in El Salvador144-156
Max G. ManwaringPeru's Sendero Luminoso: The Shining Path Beckons157-166
Sumit GangulyWars Without End: The Indo-Pakistani Conflict167-178
The American Academy of Political and Social ScienceReport of the Board of Directors179-181
1995Jul540Local Governance Around the WorldHenry Teune
Henry TeunePreface8-10
Henry TeuneLocal Government and Democratic Political Development11-23
D.L. ShethDemocracy and Globalization in India: Post-Cold War Discourse24-39
Francesco KjellbergThe Changing Values of Local Government40-50
Levent KökerLocal Politics and Democracy in Turkey: An Appraisal51--62
Soledad GarciaUrban Communities and Local Political Participation in Spain63-76
Krzysztof OstrowskiPolitical Party Formation in Central Europe, 1989-199377-89
Werner PleschbergerEnvironmental Concern of the Local Elite90-104
Stefan SzűcsDemocratization and the Reorganization of the Welfare State105-117
Jane M. Grichtchenko, A.A. GritsanovThe Local Political Elite in the Democratic Transformation of Belarus118-125
Oleksandr Boukhalov, Serguei IvannikovUkranian Local Politics in Border Regions in Central Europe126-136
Antal BöhmLocal Politics in Border Regions in Central Europe137-144
Zdravko MlinarLocal Responses to Global Change145-156
1995May539Reactions to Crime and ViolenceWesley G. Skogan
Wesley G. SkoganPreface9-13
Terance D. MietheFear and Withdrawal From Urban Life14-27
Raph B. TaylorThe Impact of Crime on Communities28-45
Elizabeth A. StankoWomen, Crime, and Fear46-58
Wesley G. SkoganCrime and the Racial Fears of White Americans59-71
Susan F. BennettCommunity Organizations and Crime72-84
Bonnie S. FisherCrime and Fear on Campus85-101
Lawrence W. ShermanPublic Regulation of Private Crime Prevention102-113
Paul EkblomLess Crime, By Design114-129
David McDowallFirearms and Self-Defense130-140
Vincent F. SaccoMedia Constructions of Crime141-154
Stuart A. ScheingoldPolitics, Public Policy, and Street Crime155-168
Roger MatthewsCrime and Its Consequences in England and Wales169-182
1995Mar538Being and Becoming CanadaCharles F. Doran, Ellen Reisman Babby
Charles F. Doran, Ellen Reisman BabbyForeword8
Charles F. DoranThoughts on a Different Tomorrow9-15
Joseph T. JockelOn Watching, From Across the Border, The Canadian Game of Chicken16-26
Thomas G. BarnesThere'll Always Be A Canada and A Canadian Constitutional Crisis27-39
Louis BalthazarQuebec and the Ideal of Federalism40-53
R. Kent WeaverPolitical Instituions and Conflict Management in Canada54-68
Dale ThomsonLanguage, Identity, and the Nationalist Impulse: Quebec69-82
Gustav SchmidtHistorical Traditions and the Inevitability of European Ties83-95
Charles J. McMillanCanada, Asia, and the Pacific Century96-114
Seymour Martin LipsetTrade Union Exceptionalism: The United States and Canada115-130
George RawlykReligion in Canada: A Historical Overview131-142
Lawrence MartinContinental Union143-150
George P. MarchildonFrom Pax Britannica to Pax Americana and Beyond151-168
John MercerCanadian Cities and Their Immigration Policy in Context169-184
John Herd Thompson, Morton WeinfeldEntry and Exit: Canadian Immigration Policy in Context185-198
Patricia E. RoyThe Fifth Force: Multiculturalism and the English Canadian Identity199-209
1995Jan537Ethics in American Public ServiceHarry W. Reynolds, Jr.
In Memoriam: Thorsten Sellin8
Harry W. Reynolds, Jr.Preface9-13
Hubert G. LockeEthics in American Government: A Look Backward14-24
Max J. SkidmoreEthics and Public Service25-36
Thomas Sinclair, Charles WiseSubstantive and Procedural Dilemmas in Congressional Ethics37-57
Stuart C. GilmanPresidential Ethics and the Ethics of the Presidency58-75
Kent A. KirwanThe Use and Abuse of Power: The Supreme Court and Separation of Powers76-84
Robert F. SittigCampaigb Reform: Interest groups, Parties, and Candidates85-95
Steven Cohen, William B. EimickeEthics and the Public Administrator96-108
Warren FranckeThe Evolving Watchdog: The Media's Role in Government Ethics109-121
Harry W. Reynolds, Jr.Educating Public Administrators About Ethics122-138
Mark W. Huddleston, Joseph C. SandsEnforcing Administrative Ethics139-149
Edith J. BarrettThe Role of Public Opinion in Public Administration150-162
H. George Frederickson, David G. FredericksonPublic Percpetions of Ethics in Government163-172
Peter T. SuzukiPublic Sector Ethics in Comparative Perspective173-183
1994Nov536Employee Dismissal:Justice at WorkStuart Henry
Stuart HenryPreface8-15
James Alan Fox, Jack LevinFiring Back: The Growing Threat of Workplace Homicide16-30
Hoyt N. Wheeler, Brian S. Klaas, Jacques RojotJustice at Work: An International Comparison31-42
Linda DickensComparative Systems of Unjust Dismissal: The British Case43-55
Terry WagarComparative Systems of Wrongful Dismissal: The Canadian Case56-69
Jack Stieber, Robert RodgersDischarge for Cause: History and Development in the United States70-78
Stanley M. FisherLegislative Enactment Process: The Model Employment Termination Act79-92
Theodore J. St. AntoineThe Model Employment Termination Act: A Fair Compromise93-102
Lewis L. MaltbyThe Projected Economic Impact of the Model Employment Termination Act103-118
Ilisa L. FietshansJob Security for Pregnant Employees: The Model Employmnet Termination Act119-134
John W. Minton, Roy J. Lewicki, Blair H. SheppardUnjust Dismissal in the Context of Organizational Justice135-148
Stuart HenryLegislative Just Cause, 1980-92149-170
1994Sep535The Arms Trade:Problems and Prospects in the Post-Cold War WorldRobert E. Harkavy, Stephanie G. Neuman
Robert E. Harkavy, Stephanie G. NeumanPreface8-10
Robert E. HarkavyThe Changing International System and the Arms Trade11-28
Ian AnthonyCurrent Trends and Developments int eh Arms Trade29-42
Elisabeth Sköns, Hebert WulfThe Internationalization of the Arms Industry43-57
Michael Brzoska, Frederic S. PearsonDevelopments in the Global Supply of Arms: Opportunity and Motivation58-72
Keith KrauseMiddle Eastern Arms Recipients in the Post-Cold War World73-90
Stephanie G. NeumanArms Transfers, Military Assistance, and Defense Industries: Socioeconomic Burden or Opportunity?91-109
Joel L. JohnsonFinancing the Arms Trade110-121
David SilverbergGlobal Trends in Military Production and Conversion122-130
Michael MoodieConstraining Conventional Arms Transfers131-145
Geoffrey KempThe Continuing Debate Over U.S. Arms Sales: Strategic Needs and the Quest for Arms Limitations146-157
Henry SokolskiWill There Be An Arms Trade Intelligence Deficit?158-162
W. Seth CarusMilitary Technology and the Arms Trade: Changes and Their Impacts163-174
Aaron KarpThe Rise of Black and Gray Markets175-189
Christian CatrinaMain Directions of Research in the Arms Trade190-205
The American Academy of Political and Social ScienceReport of the Board of Directors206-208
1994Jul534Strategies for Immigration Control:An International ComparisonMark J. Miller
Mark J. MillerPreface8-16
Gary P. FreemanCan Liberal States Control Unwanted Migration?17-30
Rosanna PerottiEmployer Sanctions and the Limits of Negotation31-43
Philip L. MartinGood Intentions Gone Awry: IRCA and U.S. Agriculture44-57
David S. NorthEnforcing the Minimum Wage and Employer Sanctions58-68
Christopher MitchellU.S. Policy Toward Haitian Boat People, 1972-9369-80
Catherine Wihtol de WendenThe French Response to the Asylum Seeker Influx, 1980-9381-90
Ronald SkeldonHong Kong's Response to the Indochinese Influx, 1975-9391-105
Robert BirrellImmigration Control in Australia106-117
Claude-Valentin MarieFrom the Campaign Against Illegal Migration to the Campaign Against Illegal Work118-132
Hans van Amersfoort, Rinus PenninxRegulating Migration in Europe: The Dutch Experience, 1960-92133-146
Heinz WernerRegional Economic Integration and Migration: The European Case147-164
W.R. BöhningHelping Migrants to Stay at Home165-177
1994May533Trends in U.S.-Caribbean RelationsAnthony P. Maingot
Anthony P. MaingotPreface8-18
Robert A. PastorThe U.S. and The Carribbean: The Power of the Whirlpool19-32
Franklin W. KnightThe New Caribbean and the United States33-47
Alejandro Portes, Ramón GrosfoguelCaribbean Diasporas: Migration and Ethnic Communities48-69
Luis E. GuarnizoLos Dominicanyorks: The Making of a Binational Society70-86
Paul Sutton, Anthony PayneThe Off-Limits Caribbean: The United States and the European Dependent Territories87-99
Mark Rosenberg, Jonathan T. HiskeyChanging Trading Patterns of the Caribbean in the 1990s100-111
Humberto García Muniz, Jorge Rodríguez BeruffU.S. Military Policy Toward the Caribbean in the 1990s112-124
David E. LewisNongovernmental Organizations and Caribbean in the 1990s125-138
Andrés SerbinTransnational Relations and Regionalism in the Caribbean139-150
Juan M. García-PassalacquaThe Grand Dilemma: Viability and Sovereignty for Puerto Rico151-164
Jorge I. DomínguezU.S. Policy Toward Cuba in the 1980s and 1990s165-176
Joseph S. TulchinThe Formulation on the U.S. Foreign Policy in the Caribbean177-187
1994Mar532Foreign Language Policy:An Agenda for ChangeRichard D. Lambert
Richard D. LambertPreface7
Rune BergentoftForeign Language Instruction: A Comparative Perspective8-34
Theo J.M. van ElsPlanning Foreign Language Teaching in Small Country35-46
Richard D. LambertProblems and Processes in U.S. Foreign Language Planning47-58
Cliffor AdelmanThe Empirical Evidence of Foreign Language Study59-73
Sarah Jane MooreIntervention Strategies in Foreign Language Planning74-87
June K. PhillipsState and Local Policy on the Study of World Languages88-98
Ofelia García, Richard OtheguyThe Value of Speaking a Lote in U.S. Business99-122
Richard D. LambertSome Issues in Language Policy for Higher Education123-137
S. Frederick StarrForeign Languages on the Campus: Room for Improvement138-148
Myriam MetForeign Language Policy in U.S. Secondary Schools: Who Decides?149-163
Christine L. BrownElementary School Foreign Language Problems in the United States164-176
Diane W. BirckbichlerForeign Language Policy and Teacher Education177-189
Richard D. Brecht, A. Ronald WaltonNational Strategic Planning in the Less Commonly Taught Languages190-212
Richard D. Brecht, A. Ronald WaltonPolicy Issues In Foreign Language and Study Abroad213-225
Bernard SpolskyPolicy Issues in Testing and Evaluation226-237
1994Jan531The European Community:To Maastricht and BeyondPierre-Henri Laurent
Pierre-Henri LaurentPreface8-9
Desmond DinanThe European Community, 1978-9310-24
Lily Gardner FeldmanGermany and the EC: Realism and Responsibility25-43
Stephen GeorgeGreat Britian and the European Community44-55
Helen WallaceThe Council and the Commission on the Brink of Maastricht56-68
Juliet LodgeThe European Parliament and the Authority-Democracy Crises69-83
Stephen F. OverturfThe Economics of the Renewed Integration Movement84-93
Jacques PelkmansThe Significance of EC-199294-111
Reinhardt RummelWest Europe Cooperation in Foreign and Security Policy112-123
Pierre-Henri LaurentWidening Europe: The Dilemmas of Community Success124-140
John Zysman, Micael BorrusFrom Failure to Fortune? European Electronics in a Changing World Economy141-167
Martin J. HillenbrandAn Assessment of the EC Future168-177
1993Nov530Interminority Affairs in the U.S.:Pluralism at the CrossroadsPeter I. Rose
Peter I. RosePreface7-13
Ronald H. BayorHistorical Enounters: Intergroup Relations in a "Nation of Nations"14-27
Roy Simón Bryce-LaporteVoluntary Immigration and Continuing Encounters Between Blacks: The Post-Quincentenary Challenge28-41
Milton D. Morris, Gary E. RubinTheTurbulent Friendship: Black-Jewish Relations in the 1990s42-60
Rita J. SimonOld Minorities, New Immigrants: Aspirations, Hopes, and Fears61-73
Alejandro Portes, Min ZhouThe New Second Generation: Segmented Assimilation and its Variants74-96
Jeremy HeinRights, Resources, and Membership: Civil Rights Models in France and the United States97-108
Ronald TakakiMulticulturalism: Battleground or Meeting Ground?109-121
Nathan GlazerIs Assimilation Dead?122-136
Glen Grant, Dennis M. OgawaLiving Proof: Is Hawaii the Answer?137-154
Robert L. BachRecrafting the Common Good: Immigration Policy and Ethnic Policies155-170
Lawrence H. FuchsAn Agenda for Tomorrow: Immigration Policy and Ethnic Policies171-186
Peter I. Rose"Of Every Hue and Caste"" Race, Immigration, and Perceptions of Pluralism187-202
1993Sep529Rural America:Blueprint for TomorrowWilliam E. Gahr
William E. GehrPreface8--11
Emery N. CastleRural Diversity: Am American Asset12--21
Dewitt JohnWhere is Rural Policy Headed?22-33
Ronald S. CooperThe New Economic Regionalism: A Rural Policy Framework34-47
Cornelia Butler Flora and Jan L. FloraEntrepreneurial Social Infrastructure: A Necessary Ingredient48-58
C. Brice RatchfordKnowledge in Action: The University of Missouri's Extension Network59-70
Thomas G. TateLearning Networks: Looking to 201071-79
Leo V. MayerAgricultural Change and Rural America80-91
G. W. Bird and John IkerdSustainable Agriculture: A Twenty-First-Century System92-102
Dennis U. FisherAgriculture's Role in a New Rural Coalition103-112
Brian KelleyRebuilding Rural America: The Southern Development Bancorporation113-127
Ruth McWilliams, Ronald Saranich and Jennifer PrattThe Forest Service's Investment in Rural Communities128-139
H. Richard AndersonRural Development Systems: Lessons From Europe and Northern Michigan140-154
Anne BerblingerFederal Aid for Rural Economic Development155-163
Ted K. BradshawMulticommunity Networks: A Rural Transition164-175
The American Academy of Political and Social ScienceReport of the Board of Directors176-178
1993Jul528Citizens, Protest, and DemocracyRussell J. Dalton
Richard J. DaltonPreface8-12
Herbert KitscheltSocial Movements, Political Parties, and Democratic Theory13-29
Jeffrey M. BerryCitizen Groups and the Changing Nature of Interest Group Politics in America30-41
Carol HagerCitizane Movements and Technological Policymaking in Germany42-55
Doug McAdam. Dieter RuchtThe Cross-National Diffusion of Movement Ideas56-74
Thomas R. Rochon, Daniel A. MazmanianSocial Movements and the Policy Process75-87
Ronald G. ShaikoGreenpeace U.S.A.: Something Old, New, Borrowed88-100
Diarmuid MaguireProtesters, Counterprotesters, and the Authorities101-113
William A. Gamson, Gadi WolfsfeldMovements and Media as Interacting Systems114-125
Dennis ChongCoordinating Demands for Social Change126-141
Marjorie Randon HersheyCitizens' Groups and Political Parties in the United States142-156
Robert RohrschneiderImpact of Social Movements on European Party Systems157-170
1993May527Religion in the NinetiesWade Clark Roof
Wade Clark RoofPreface8-9
Martin E. MartyWhere the Energies Go11-26
Roger Finke, Laurence R. IannacconeSupply-Side Explanations for Religious Change27-39
Edward A. TiryakianAmerican Religious Exceptionalism: A Reconsideration40-54
Phillips E. Hammond, Kee WarnerReligion and Ethnicity in Late-Twenthieth-Century America55-66
Charles Y. GlockThe Churches and Social Change in Twenthieth-Century America67-83
Barbara G. WheelerCritical Junctures: Theological Education Confronts Its Futures84-96
J. Gordon MeltonAnother Look at New Religions97-112
Jeffrey K. HaddenThe Rise and Fall of American Televangelism113-130
Catherine L. AlbaneseFisher Kings and Public Places: The Old and New Ages in the 1990s131-143
Meredith B. McGuireHealth and Spirituality as Contemporary Concerns144-154
Wade Clark RoofToward the Year 2000: Reconstructions of Religious Space155-170
1993Mar526Free Trade in the Western HemisphereSidney Weintraub
Sidney WeintraubWestern Hemisphere Free Trade: Probability or Pipe Dream?9-24
John D. MatzEconomic Relationships and the Early Debate Over Free Trade25-35
Isaac CohenA New Latin American and Caribbean Nationalism36-46
M. Delal BaerProfiles in Transitition In Latin America and the Caribbean47-57
Victor L. UrquidiFree Trade Experience in Latin America and the Caribbean58-67
Norman A. Bailey, William PerryThe Strategic Impact of Hemispheric Free Trade68-80
Alan L. MadianA Free Trade Area With Mexico: Will U.S. Workers Lose?81-91
James StanfordContinental Economic Integration: Modeling the Impact on Labor92-110
Paul H. BoekerGains for the United States From Hemispheric Free Trade111-120
Peter HakimWestern Hemisphere Free Trade: Why Should Latin America Be Interested?121-134
Joseph GrunwaldHemispheric Economic Integration? Some Reflections135-150
Chandler StolpTechnology, Development, and Hemispheric Free Trade151-163
Ernest H. PreegThe Compatibility of Regional Economic Blocs and the GATT164-171
Joseph A. GreenwaldDispute Settlement in a North American Free Trade Agreement172-182
G. Pope AtkinsInstitutional Arrangements for Hemispheric Free Trade183-194
1993Jan525White-Collar CrimeGilbert Geis, Paul Jesilow
Gilbert Geis, Paul JesilowPreface8-11
John BraithwaiteTransnational Regulation of the Pharmaceutical Industry12-30
Henry N. Pontell, Kitty CalavitaWhite-Collar Crime in the Savings and Loan Scandal31-45
Elizabeth SzockyjInsider Trading: The SEC Meets Carl Karcher46-58
Kip SchlegelCrime in the Pits: The Regulation of Futures Trading59-70
Michael LeviWhite-Collar Crime: The British Scene71-82
Joseph T. WellsAccountancy and White-Collar Crime83-94
Gary S. GreenWhite-Collar Crime and the Study of Embezzlement95-106
Nancy FrankMaiming and Killing: Occupational Health Crimes107-118
Harold C. BarnettCrimes Against the Environment: Superfund Enforcement at Last119-133
Joseph F. DiMentoCriminal Enforcement of Environmental Law134-146
Amitai EtzioniThe U.S. Sentencing Commission of Corporate Crime: A Critique147-156
William S. LofquistOrganizational Probation and the U.S. Sentencing Commission157-169
1992Nov524Political IslamCharles E. Butterworth, I. William Zartman
Charles E. Butterworth, I. William ZartmanPreface8-12
Ira M. LapidusThe Golden Age: The Political Concepts of Islam13-25
Charles E. ButterworthPolitical Islam: The Origins26-37
Patrick D. GaffneyPopular Islam38-51
Mary-Jane DeebMilitant Islam and the Politics of Redemption52-65
John Obert VollConservative and Traditional Brotherhoods66-78
Nazih N. AyubiState Islam and Communal Plurality79-91
Shahrough AkhaviThe Clergy's Concepts of Rule in Egypt and Iran92-102
Ibrahim A. KarawanMonarchs, Mullas, and Marshals: Islamic Regimes?103-119
Lahouari AddiIslamicist Utopia and Democracy120-130
Vitaly NaumkinIslam in the States of the Former USSR131-142
John HunwickAn African Case Study of Political Islam: Nigeria143-155
Alian-Gérard MarsotPolitical Islam in Asia: A Case Study156-169
Rémy LeveauMaghrebi Immigration to Europe: Double Insertion or Double Exclusion?170-180
I. William ZartmanDemocracy and Islam: The Cultural Dialectic181-191
1992Sep523Affirmative Action RevisitedHarold Orlans, June O'Neill
Harold Orlans, June O'NeillPreface7-9
Charles V. HamiltonAffirmative Action and the Clash of Experiential Realities10-18
Glenn C. LouryIncentive Effects of Affirmative Action19-29
William L. Taylor, Susan M. LissAffirmative Action in the 1990s: Staying the Course30-37
Willliam Bradford ReynoldsAffirmative Action and Its Negative Repercussions38-49
Hugh Davis GrahamThe Origins of Affirmative action: Civil Rights and the Regulatory State50-62
Seymour Martin LipsetEqual Chances Versus Equal Results63-74
Linda ChavezHispanics, Affirmative Action, and Voting75-87
Dave M. O'Neill, June O'NeillAffirmative Action in the Labor Market88-103
George R. LaNoueSplit Visions: Minority Business Set-Asides104-116
J. Edward KelloughAffirmative Action in Government Employment117-130
Abigail ThernstromThe Drive for Racially Inclusive Schools131-143
Harold OrlansAffirmative Action in Higher Education144-158
Walter Y. OiWork for Americans with Disabilities159-174
Margery PovallPositive Action for Women in Britain175-185
Harold OrlansNational Bank of Greenwood186-195
John Sibley ButlerAffirmative Action in the Military196-206
John B. WilliamsAffirmative Action at Harvard207-220
American Academy of Political and Social ScienceReport of the Board of Directors221-223
1992Jul522The Future: Trends into the Twenty-First CenturyJoseph F. Coates, Jennifer Jarratt
Joseph F. Coates, Jennifer JarrattPreface8-11
Joseph F. Coates, Jennifer JarrattExploring the Future: A 200-Year Record of Expanding Competence12-24
Theodore Jay GordonThe Methods of Futures Research25-35
Pat ChoateThe Future of American-Japanese Trade36-44
Vary T. CoatesThe Future of Information Technology45-56
Richard D. LammThe Future of the Environment57-66
Jan M. Grell, Gary GappertThe Future of Governance in the United States: 1992-200267-78
Michel GodetA Quasi Certainty: Europtimism79-91
Ian MilesConsequences of the Changing Sexual Division of Labor92-103
Christopher J. DedeEducation in the Twenty-First Century104-115
Walter A. HahnAging America116-129
Jonathan Peck, Clement BezoldHealth Care and AIDS130-139
Michael MarienThe Good-Books Imperative: Keeping Up in Futures Studies140-151
1992May521Drug Abuse:Linking Policy and ResearchEric D. Wish
Eric D. WishPreface8-10
Linda C. MayesPrenatal Cocaine Exposure and Young Children's Development11-27
Richard Dembo, Linda Williams, James SchmeidlerDrug Abuse Among Juvenile Detainees28-41
Don C. Des Jarlais, Samuel R. friedmanAIDS and Legal Access to Sterile Drug Injection Equipment42-65
M. Douglas Anglin, Thomas H. Maugh IIEnsuring Success in Interventions with Drug-Using Offenders66-90
Robert L. DuPont, Eric D. WishOperation Tripwire Revisited91-111
Christy A. VisherPretrial Drug Testing: Panacea or Pandora's Box?112-131
Tom MieczkowskiNew Approaches in Drug Testing: A Review of Hair Analysis132-150
Peter ReuterThe Limits and Consequences of U.S. Foreign Drug Control Efforts151-162
Mark A.R. Kleiman, Jonathan P. CaulkinsHeroin Policy for the Next Decade163-174
Douglas S. LiptonHow to Maximize Utilization of Evaluation Research by Policymakers175-188
1992Mar520World Literacy in the Year 2000Daniel A. Wagner,Laurel D. Puchner
Daniel A. Wagner, Laurel D. PuchnerForeword8
Philip H. CoombsPreface9-11
Daniel A. WagnerWorld Literacy: Research and Policy in the EFA Decade12-26
Stephen P. HeynemanUniversal Adult Literacy: Policy Myths and Realities27-31
Manzoor AhmedLiteracy in a Larger Context32-35
John RyanLiteracy Research , Policy, and Practice: The Elusive Triangle36-41
John E.S. LawrenceLiteracy and Human Resources Development: An Integrated Approach42-53
Nelly P. StomquistWomen and Literacy: Promises and Constraints54-65
Adama OuaneFunctional Literacy: North-South Perspectives66-75
Thomas Owen Eisemon, Jeanne Ratzlaff, Vimla L. PatelReading Instructions for Using Commercial Medicines76-90
J.T. Okedara, C.A. OkedaraMother-Tongue Literacy in Nigeria91-102
A. El Bindari Hammad in collaboration with C. MulhollandFunctional Literacy, Health, and Quality of Life103-120
Jennifer A. SprattWomen and Literacy in Morocco121-132
Bruce FullerRaising Literacy Under Fragile State Institutions133-142
Emilia FerreiroChildren's Literacy and Public Schools in Latin America143-150
Anil Bordia, Anita KaulLiteracy Efforts in India151-162
Geneviève Vermes, Michèle KastenbaumSocialinguistic Minorities and Scholastic Difficulties in France163-173
Harold W. Stevenson, Chuansheng ChenLiteracy Acquisition in Peru, Asia, and the United States174-185
1992Jan519China's Foreign RelationsAllen S. Whiting
Allen S. WhittingPreface9-11
Harry HardingChina's American Dilemma12-25
Steven I. LevineSecond Chance in China: Sino-Soviet Relations in the 1990s26-38
Allen S. WhittingChina and Japan: Politics Versus Economics39-51
Robert S. RossChina and Post-Cambodia Southeast Asia: Coping with Success52-66
John W. GarverChina and South Asia67-85
Yitzhak ShichorChina and the Middle East Since Tiananmen86-100
David ShambaughChina and Europe101-114
Gerald SegalChina and Africa115-126
Parris H. ChangChina's Relations with Hong Kong and Taiwan127-139
Samuel S. KimInternational Organizations in Chinese Foreign Policy140-157
Zhao QuanshengDomestic Factors of Chinese Foreign Policy: From Vertical to Horizontal Authoritarianism158-175
Guocang HuanChina's Foreign Economic Relations176-190
Paul H.B. GodwinChinese Military Strategy Revised: Local and Limited War191-201
1991Nov518Resolving Regional Conflicts:International PerspectivesI. William Zartman
I. William ZartmanPreface8-10
I. William ZartmanConflict and Resolution: Contest, Cost, and Change11-22
C.R. MitchellClassifying Conflicts: Asymmetry and Resolution23-38
Donald Rothchild, Caroline HartzellGreat- and Medium- Power Mediations: Angola39-57
Imtiaz H. BokhariEvolution of a Dual Negotiation Process: Afghanistan58-68
Marina OttawayMediation in a Transitional Conflict Eritrea69-81
Mary-Jane Deeb, Marius K. DeebRegional Conflict and Regional Solutions: Lebanon82-94
Jay RothmanConflict Research and Resolution: Cyprus95-108
Irina D. ZviagelskaiaSteps Versus Solutions in the Arab-Israeli Conflict109-117
Edward A. KolodziejU.S.-Soviet Cooperation: The Role of Third States118-131
Thomas Perry ThorntonRegional Organizations in Conflict Management132-142
Victor A. KremenyukRules of Conduct in the Settlement of Regional Conflicts143-152
Charles F. DoranConflict and Cooperation: Between the Cold War and the Gulf153-164
Vadim V. UdalovThe Concept of Balance of Interests and U.S.-Soviet Interaction165-176
Mark N. KatzSuperpower Conflict Resolution: Lessons for the Future177-187
1991Sep517New Directions in U.S. Defense PolicyRobert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr.
Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr.Preface7-9
Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr.The Emerging Global Security Environment10-24
Ilana KassThe U.S.-Soviet Strategic Relationship25-38
Anthony H. CordesmanThe U.S. Strategy in the 1990s: Requirements Versus Resources39-65
Charles M. PerryTheater Missile Threats and Defensive Options in the 1990s66-79
David S. YostU.S. Military Power and Alliance Relations80-93
John O. Marsh, Jr.Personnel: Active and Reserve Forces94-105
Norman FriedmanThe Future Shape of the U.S. Navy106-119
Richard ShultzThe Low-Intensity Conflict Environment of the 1990s120-134
William F. BurnsArms Control Challenges to Defense Planning135-145
David BlairCriteria for Planning the Transition to Lower Defense Spending146-156
Vincent DavisDefense Reorganization and National Security157-173
Edward H. Josephson, Raymond M. MacedoniaEnhancing Total Combat Power With Fewer Forces174-192
John LehmanU.S. Defense Policy Options: The 1990s and Beyond193-202
Jacquelyn K. DavisTechnology and Strategy: Lessons and Issues for the 1990s203-216
American Academy of Political and Social ScienceReport of the Board of Directors217-219
1991Jul516Foreign Investment in the United StatesMichael Ulan
Michael UlanPreface8
Mira WilkinsForeign Investment in Perspective9-21
Robert Eisner, Paul J. PieperReal Foreign Investment in Perspective22-35
William A. NiskanenThe Determinants of U.S. Capital Imports36-49
Edward John RayA Profile of Recent Foreign Investments in the U.S.50-65
William Helkie, Lois SteklerThe Macroeconomic Effects of Restricting Foreign Investment in the U.S.66-75
Robert E. LipseyForeign Direct Investment in the United States and U.S. Trade76-90
Dominick SalvatoreTrade Protection and Foreign Direct Investment in the U.S.91-105
Martin J. Bailey, George S. TavlasExchange Rate Variability and Direct Investment106-116
Michael UlanShould the U.S. Restrict Foreign Investment?117-125
Edward M. GrahamReal and Imagined Dangers of U.S. Dependence on Foreign Capital126-143
Leroy O. LaneyThe Impact of U.S. Laws on Foreign Direct Investment144-153
Vito Tanzi, Isaias CoelhoBarriers to Foreign Investment in the U.S. and Other Nations154-168
Rachel McCullochWhy Foreign Corporations are Buying Into U.S. Business169-182
1991May515American Feminism:New Issues for a Mature MovementJanet K. Boles
Janet K. BolesPreface8-9
Virginia SapiroFeminism: A Generation Later10-22
Carol MuellerThe Gender Gap and Women's Political Influence23-37
Janet K. BolesFrom Follows Function: The Evolution of Feminist Strategies38-49
Susan E. MarshallWho Speaks For American Women? The Future of Antifeminism50-62
Janet ClarkGetting There: Women in Political Office63-76
Rita Mae Kelly, Michelle A. Saint-Germain, Jody D. HornFemale Public Officials: A Different Voice?77-87
Jewel L. PrestageIn Quest of African American Political Woman88-103
Kim Fridkin Kahn, Edie N. GoldbergThe Media: Obstacle or Ally of Feminists?104-113
Anne N. CostainAfter Reagan: New Party Attitudes Toward Gender114-125
Jean Bethke ElshtainEthics in the Women's Movement126-139
Jilda M. AliottaThe Unfinished Feminist Agenda: The Shifting Forum140-150
Emily StoperWomen's Work, Women's Movement: Taking Stock151-162
Marian Lief PalleyWomen's Rights as Human Rights: An International Perspective163-178
1991Mar514Electronic Links for LearningVivian M. Horner, Linda G. Roberts
Vivian M. Horner, Linda G. RobertsPreface9-10
John CareyPlato at the Keyboard: Telecommunications Technology and Education Policy11-21
Jason OhlerWhy Distance Education?22-34
Richard D. LambertDistance Education and Foreign Languages35-48
Sally M. JohnstoneResearch on Telecommunicationed Learning: Past, Present, and Future49-57
Kurt D. Moses, David Edgerton, Willard E. Shaw, Ralph GrubbInternational Case Studies of Distance Learning58-75
Lionel V. BaldwinHigher-Education Partnerships in Engineering and Science76-91
Inabeth MillerMCET: Creating the Infrastructure92-106
Harry S. WohlertGerman By Satellite107-118
Charles L. Bruce, Elizabeth J. Katz, James A. TomsicIndustry Training and Education at a Distance: The IBM Approach119-132
Cornelia BrunnerGender and Distance Learning133-145
Christopher J. DedeEmerging Technologies: Impacts on Distance Learning146-158
Jan HawkinsTechnology-Mediated Communities for Learning: Designs and Consequences159-174
1991Jan513Japan's External Economic Relations:Japanese PerspectivesSolomon B. Levine, Koji Taira
Solomon B. Levine, Koji TairaPreface8-11
Miyohei ShinoharaJapan as a World Economic Power12-24
Saburo OkitaJapan's Role in Asia-Pacific Cooperation25-37
Akira IriyeJapan's Defense Strategy38-47
Ryutaro Komiya, Ryuhei WakasugiJapan's Foreign Direct Investment48-61
Yutaka Kosai, Kenji MatsuyamaJapanese Economic Cooperation62-75
Kazuo SatoJapan's Resource Imports76-89
Malcolm TrevorThe Overseas Strategies of Japanese Corporations90-101
Solomon B. Levine, Makoto OhtsuTransplanting Japanese Labor Relations102-116
Haruo ShimadaThe Employment of Foreign Labor in Japan117-129
Takahiro MiyaoJapan's Urban Economy and Land Policy130-138
Mikio SumiyaJapan: Model Society of the Future?139-150
Koji TairaJapan, An Imminent Hegemon?151-163
1990Nov512The Nordic Region:Changing Perspectives in International RelationsMartin O. Heisler
Johan Jørgen HolstForeword8-15
Martin O. HeislerIntroduction16-21
Clive ArcherThe North as a Multidimensional Strategic Arena22-32
George H. QuesterFinlandization as a Problem or an Opportunity?33-45
Steven E. MillerNordic Security in a Europe Without the United States46-57
Olav Schram StokkeThe Northern Environment: Is Cooperatin Coming?58-68
Raphael V. Vartanov, Alexei Yu. RoginkoNew Dimensions of Soviet Artic Policy: Views form the Soviet Union69-78
Jerome D. DavisInternational Oil: The Scandinavian Dimension79-87
Nikolaj PeterenDenmark's Foreign Relations in the 1990s88-100
Olav F. KnudsenNorwary: Domestically Driven Foreign Policy101-115
Bengt SundeliusSweden: Secure Neutrality116-124
Pauli O. JärvenpääFinland: An Image of Continuity in Turbulent Europe125-139
Gunnar GunnarssonContinuity and Change in Icelandic Security and Foreign Policy140-151
Gregory FlynnThe United States, The Changing Europe, and the Nordic Region152-162
Robert W. JanesThe Soviet Union and Nothern Europe: New Thinking and Old Security Constraints163-172
Helga HaftendornThe Changing European Security Context and the Nordic Region: A View from Germany173-187
M. Donald HancockFrom the Outside Looking In: The Nordic States and the European Community After 1992188-193
1990Sep511Foreign Language in the WorkplaceRichard D. Lambert, Sarah Jane Moore
Richard D. Lambert, Sarah Jane MoorePreface8-9
Eugene Garfield, Alfred Welljams-DorofLanguage Use in International Research: A Citation Analysis10-24
Carol S. FixmanThe Foreign Language Needs of U.S.-Based Corporations25-46
Richard D. LambertForeign Language Use Among International Business Graduates47-59
Nigel B.R. ReevesThe Foreign Language Needs of U.K.-Based Corporation60-73
Robert CraneForeign Language Acquisition in European Management Education74-84
Bernice A. CramerDeveloping Competitive Skill: How American Businesspeople Learn Japanese85-96
Rosalie L. TungLanguage Training and Beyond: The Case of Japanese Multinationals97-108
Ray T. Clifford, Donald C. Fischer, Jr.Foreign Language Needs in the U.S. Government109-121
Howard L. WakelandInternational Education for Engineers: A Working Model122-131
Deanna Lindberg HammondThe Translation Profession in the United States Today132-144
Wilhelm K. WeberInterpretation in the United States145-158
Mary E. McGroartyBilingualism in the Workplace159-179
American Political and Social ScienceReport of the Board of Directors180-182
1990Jul510World Population:Approaching the Year 2000Samuel H. Preston
Samuel H. PrestonPreface8-16
Ronald Lee with assistance of Tim MillerPopulation Policy and Externalities to Childbearing17-32
Ronald FreedmanFamily Planning Programs in the Third World33-43
John C. CaldwellCultural and Social Factors Influencing Mortality Levels in Developing Countries44-59
Douglas S. MasseyThe Social and Economic Origins of Immigration60-72
Susan GreenhalghSocialism and Fertility in China73-86
Jane Menken, James F. PhillipsPopulation Change in a Rural Area of Bangladesh, 1967-198787-101
Linda G. MartinChanging Intergenerational Family Relations in East Asia102-114
Caroline BledsoeTransformations in Sub-Saharan African Marriage, and Divorce115-125
Alberto PalloniFertility and Mortalilty Decline in Latin America126-144
Andrew CherlinRecent Changes in American Fertility, Marriage, and Divorce145-154
Barabra A. Anderson, Brian D. SilverGrowth and Diversity of the Population of the Soviet Union155-177
1990May509American Federalism:The Third CenturyJohn Kincaid
John KincaidPreface9-10
Daniel J. ElazarOpening the Third Century of American Federalism: Issues and Prospects11-21
Susan A. MacManusFinancial Federal, State, and Local Governments in the 1990s22-35
Richard P. Nathan, John R. LagoIntergovernmental Fiscal Roles and Relations36-47
Joseph F. ZimmermanRegulating the Intergovernmental Relations in the 1990s48-59
Deil S. WrightPolicy Shifts in the Politics and Administration of Intergovernmental Relations, 19303-1990s60-72
Eugene W. Hickok, Jr.Federalism's Future Before the U.S. Supreme Court73-82
Mavis Mann ReevesThe States as Polities: Reformed, Reinvigorated, Resourceful83-93
Michael A. PaganoState-Local Relations in the 1990s94-105
Robert D. ThomasNational-Local Relations And the City's Dilemma106-117
Earl H. FryState and Local Governments in the International Arena118-127
Timothy J. ConlanPolitics and Governance: Conflicting Trends in the 1990s?128-138
John KincaidFrom Cooperative to Coercive Federalism139-152
1990Mar508English Plus:Issues in Bilingual EducationCourtney B. Cazden, Catherine E. Snow
Courtney B. Cazden, Catherine E. SnowPreface9-11
Nancy H. HornbergerBilingual Education and English-Only: A Language-Planning Framework12-26
Joel PerlmannHistorical Legacies: 1840-192027-37
Christina Bratt PaulstonUnderstanding Educational Policies In Multilingual States38-47
Gary ImhoffThe Position of U.S. English on Bilingual Education48-61
Arturo MadridOfficial English: A False Policy Issue62-65
James J. LyonsThe Past and Future Directions of Federal Bilingual-Eudcation Policy66-80
Walter G. SecadaResearch, Politics, and Bilingual Education81-106
Frederick MulhauserReviewing Bilingual-Education Research For Congress107-118
Leonie Huddy, David O. SearsQualified Public Support for Bilingual Education: Some Policy Implications119-134
Susannah D.A. MacKayeCalifornia Proposition 63: Language Attitudes Reflected in the Public Debate135-146
Rosalie Pedalino PorterThe Newton Alternative to Bilingual Education147-159
Sidney H. MorisonA Spanish-English Dual-Language Program in New York City160-169
Anges Holm and Wayne HolmRock Point,A Navajo Way to go to School: A Valediction170-184
1990Jan507Privatizing and Marketizing SocialismJan S. Prybyla
Jan S. PrybylaPreface9-17
Paul R. GregoryThe Stalinist Command Economy18-25
Marshall I. GoldmanThe Soviet Economy and the Need fo Reform26-34
Gertrude E. SchroederEconomic Reform of Socialism: The Soviet Record35-43
Gregory GrossmanSu-Rose Privatization and Marketization in the USSR44-52
Barry W. IckesObstacles to Economic Reform of Socialism: An Institutional-Choice Approach53-64
Jan WinieckiObstacles to Economic Reform of Socialism: A Property-Rights Approach65-71
Don LavoieComputation, Incentives, and Discovery: The Cognitive Function of Markets in Market Socialism72-79
Larissa Popkova-PijashevaWhy is the Plan Incompatible with the Market?80-90
Yu-Shan WuThe Linkage Between Economic and Political Reform in the Socialist Countries: A Supply-Side Explanation91-102
Tamás BauerReforming the Planned Economy: The Hungarian Experience103-112
Jan S. PrybylaEconomic Reform of Socialism: The Dengist Course in China113-122
Svetozar PejovichA Property-Rights Analysis of the Yugoslav Miracle123-132
Phillip J. BrysonEast German Traditional Centralism: An Alternative Route to Economic Reconstruction133-141
1989Nov506Human Rights Around the WorldMarvin E. Wolfgang
Marvin E. WolfgangPresident's Welcome at the Ninety-First Annual Meeting7-9
Louis HenkinThe Universality of the Concept of Human Rights10-16
Jerome J. ShestackHuman Rights, The National Interest, and U.S. Foreign Policy17-29
Aryeh NeierHuman Rights in the Reagan Era: Acceptance in Principle30-41
Louise I. ShelleyHuman Rights as an International Issue42-56
Eugenio Raúl ZaffaroniThe Right to Life and Latin American Penal Systems57-67
Roger S. ClarkHuman Rights and the U.N. Committee on Crime Prevention and Control68-84
Richard SchifterGlasnost-The Dawn of Freedom?85-97
Valery ChalidzePerestroika, Socialism, and the Constitution98-108
Arkady I. VaxbergCivil Rights in the Soviet Union109-114
Rita J. SimonAssessing Israel's Record on Human Rights115-128
Carol CorillonThe Role of Science and Scientists in Human Rights129-140
Elaine R. Fox, Lisa RothHomeless Children: Philadelphia as a Case Study141-151
1989Sep505The Pacific Region:Challenges to Policy and TheoryPeter A. Gourevitch
Peter A. GourevitchThe Pacific Rim: Current Debates8-23
D. Eleanor WestneySociological Approaches to the Pacific region24-33
James R. KurthThe Basin Versus the Atlantic Alliance: Two Paradigms of International Relations34-45
Takashi InoguchiShaping and Sharing Pacific Dynamism46-55
Robert GilpinInternationa; Politics in the Pacific Rim Era56-67
Robert WadeWhat Can Economics Learn from East Asian Success?68-79
Fernando FajnzylberGrowth and equity Via Austerity and Competitiveness80-91
Gary GereffiDevelopment Strateies and the Global Factory92-104
Lawrence B. KrauseChanges in the International System: The Pacific Basin105-116
Albert FishlowLatin American Failure Against the Backdrop of Asian Success117-128
Stephan HaggardThe East Asian NICs in Comparative Perspective129-141
Laurence WhiteheadTigers in Latin America?142-151
Frederic C. DeyoLabor and Development Policy in East Asia152-161
American Academy of Political and Social ScienceReport of the Board of Directors162-164
1989Jul504Peace Studies:Past and FutureGeorge A. Lopez
George A. LopezPreface9-13
Neil H. KatzConflict Resolution and Peace Studies14-21
Walter Kohn, Lawrence BadashUniversity Education for the Nuclear Age22-36
Kathleen Maas WeigertPeace Studies as Education for Nonviolent Social Change37-47
Anthony G. BingPece Studies as Experiential Education48-60
George A. LopezTrends in College Curricula and Programs61-71
Maire A. DuganPeace Studies at the Graduate level72-79
Barbara Gooden MulchInstitutionalizing Peace Studies in College Life80-89
Kennette BenedictFunding Peace Studies: A Perspective From the Foundation World90-97
George H. QuesterInternational-Security Criticisms of Peace Research98-105
Barbara Welling HallPeace Studies as If Soviet Studies Mattered106-116
Chadwick F. AlgerPeace Studies at the Crossroads: Where Else?117-127
1989May503The Quality of Aging:Strategies for InterventionsMatilda White Riley, John W. Riley, Jr.
John W. Riley Jr., Matilda White RileyPreface9-13
Matilda White Riley, John W. Riley, Jr.The Lives of Older People and Changing Social Roles14-28
Judith RodinSense of Control: Potentials for Intervention29-42
Ursula M. Stuadinger, Steven W. Cornelius, Paul B. BaltesThe Aging of Intelligence: Potential and Limits43-59
Marcia G. Ory, T. Franklin WilliamsRehabilitation: Small Goals, Sustained Interventions60-71
Kenneth G. MantonLife-Style Risk Factors72-88
David MechanicHealth Care and the Elderly89-98
Marjorie H. CantorSocial Care: Family and Community Support Systems99-112
Harris T. Schrank, Joan M. WaringOlder Workers: Ambivalence and Interventions113-126
Sara J. Czaja, Robin A. BarrTechnology and the Everyday Life of Older Adults127-137
Robert N. ButlerDispelling Ageism148-193
1989Mar502Universities and the MilitaryDavid A. Wilson
David A. WilsonPreface9-14
Richard A. AbramsThe U.S. Military and Higher Education: A Brief History15-28
Carl KaysenCan Universities Cooperate with the Defense Establishment?29-39
David A. WilsonConsequential Controversies40-57
Edward Gerjuoy, Elizabeth Urey BarangerThe Physical Sciences and Mathematics58-81
Leo YoungEletronics and Computing82-93
Richard D. LambertDoD, Social Science, and International Studies94-107
Julian CooperThe Military and Higher Education in the USSR108-119
Steven MullerThe View of the Big Performers120-129
Richard D. DeLauerThe Good of It and Its Problems130-140
Vera KistiakowskyMilitary Funding of University Research141-154
1989Jan501The Ghetto Underclass:Social Science PerspectivesWilliam Julius Wilson
Loïc J.D. Wacquant, William Julius WilsonThe Cost of Racial and Class Exclusion in the Inner City8-25
John D. KasardaUrban Industrial Transition and the Underclass26-47
Mercer L. SullivanAbsent Fathers in the Inner City48-58
Elijah AndersonSex Codes and Family Life Among Poor Inner-City Youths59-78
Mark Testa, Nan Marie Astone, Marilyn Krogh, Kathryn M. NeckermanEmployment and Marriage Among Inner-City Fathers79-91
Sara McLanaham, Irwin GarfinkelSingle Mothers, The Underclass, and Social Policy92-104
Marta TiendaPuerto Ricans and the Underclass Debate105-119
Robert D. ReishauerImmigration and the Underclass120-131
Peter H. Rossi, James D. WrightThe Urban Homeless: A Potrait of Urban Dislocation132-142
Jennifer L. HochschildEqual Opportunity and the Estranges Poor143-155
Lawrence M. MeadThe Logic of Workfare: The Underclass and Work Policy156-169
Richard P. NathanInstitutional Change and the Challenge of the Underclass170-181
William Julius WilsonThe Underclass: Issues, Perspectives, and Public Policy182-192
1988Nov500Whither the American Empire: Expansion or Contraction?Marvin E. Wolfgang
F. Gerard AdamsEliminating the Federal Budget Deficit Without Recession8-22
Frederick HeldringCan the U.S. Dollar Survive as a World Reserce Currency?23-32
Rustam LalkIs the United States Losing Technological Influence in the Developing Countries?33-50
Jaime BenitezIs the United States Losing Ground in Central and South America?51-58
Robert H. Kupperman and Debra van OpstalYesterday's Arms Control Will Not Prevent Nuclear War59-72
Patricia Bliss McFate and Sidney N. GraybealThe Price For Effective Verification in an Era of Expanding Arms Control73-90
James F. McTigueThe United States and the International Control of AIDS91-104
Samuel LipmanAmerican Music's Place at Home and In the World105-115
George RochbergNews of the Culture or News of the Universe?116-126
The American Academy of Politcal and Social ScienceReport of the Board of Directors127-129
1988Sep499Congress and the Presidency:Invitation to StruggleRoger H. Davidson
Roger H. Davidson"Invitation to Struggle": An Overview of Legislative-Executive Relations9-21
James P. PfiffnerThe President's Legislative Agenda22-35
Richard A. WatsonThe President's Veto Power36-46
Jon R. Bond, Richard Fleisher, Michael NorthrupPublic Opinion and Presidential Support47-63
Stephanie Greco LarsonThe President and Congress in the Media64-74
Frederick M. KaiserCongressional Oversight of the Presidency75-89
Darrell M. WestGramm-Rudman-Hollings and the Politics of Deficit Reduction90-100
James A. ThurberThe Consequences of Budget Reform for Congressional-Presidential Relations101-113
James M. VerdierThe President, Congress, and Tax Reform: Patterns Over Three Decades114-123
Margaret Jane WyszomirskiCongress, Presidents, and the Arts: Collaboration and Struggle124-135
Christopher J. DeeringCongress, The President, and Military Policy136-147
Louis FisherForeign Policy Powers of the President and Congress148-159
1988Jul498The Private Security Industry:Issues and TrendsIra A. Lipman
Ira A. LipmanPreface9-10
Milton LipsonPrivate Security: A Retrospective11-22
Robert D. McCrieThe Development of the U.S. Security Industry23-33
Robert W. OvermanPersonnel Selection in Private Industry: The Role of Security34-42
Peter B. BensingerDrug Testing in the Workplace43-50
Mark Lipman and W. R. McGrawEmployee Theft: A $40 Billion Industry51-59
William A. CrenshawCivil Aviation: Target for Terrorism60-69
Felix PomeranzTechnological Security70-82
Ira A. LipmanPersonnel Selection in the Private Security Industry: More than a Resume83-90
Jonathan D. Schiller and Gary K. HarrisThe Legal Liability of a Private Security Guard Company for the Criminal Acts of Third Parties: An Overview91-97
Ernest J. Criscuoli, Jr.The Time Has Come to Acknowledge Security as a Profession98-107
Philip E. Fixler, Jr. and Robert W. Poole, Jr.Can Police Services be Privatized?108-118
1988May497Anti-Americanism:Origins and ContextThomas Perry Thornton
Thomas Perry ThorntonPreface9-19
W. Scott ThompsonAnti-Americanism and the U.S. Government20-34
Alzin A. Rubinstein, Donald E. SmithAnti-Americanism in the Third World35-45
Richard B. ParkerAnti-American Attitudes in the Arab World46-57
Hamid H. KizilbashAnti-Americanism in Pakistan58-67
Riordan RoettAnti-Americanism in the Souther Cone of Latin America68-76
Lester D. LangleyAnti-Americanism in Central America77-88
Nathaniel B. ThayerJapanese Attitudes Toward the United States89-104
Charles F. Doran, James Patrick SewellAnti-Americanism in Canada?105-119
Herbert J. SpiroAnti-Americanism in Western Europe120-132
Marie-France ToinetFrench Pique and Piques Françaises133-141
David L. ShambaughAnti-Americanism in China142-156
Vladimir ShlapentokhThe Changeable Soviet Image of America157-171
1988Mar496State Constitutions in a Federal SystemJohn Kincaid
John KincaidPreface10-11
John KincaidState Constitutions in the Federal System12-22
Donald S. LutzThe United States Constitution as an Incomplete Text23-32
Lawrence M. FriedmanState Constitutions in Historical Perspective33-42
Robert F. WilliamsEvolving State Legislative and Executive Power in the Founding Decade43-53
Stanley MoskThe Emerging Agenda in State Constitutional Rights Law54-64
G. Alan TarrReligion Under State Constitutions65-75
Peter J. GalieState Courts and Economic Rights76-87
Jennifer FriesenThe Public Employee's Stake in State Constitutional Rights88-97
Earl M. MaltzLockstep Analysis and the Concept of Federalism98-106
Michael E. LibonatiIntergovernmental Relations in State Constitutional Law: A Historical Overview107-116
Richard BriffaultLocalism in State Constituional Law117-127
Ivo D. DuchacekState Constitutional Law in Comparative Perspective128-139
1988Jan495Telescience:Scientific Communication in the Information AgeMurray Aborn
Murry AbornPreface10-13
James R. BenigerInformation Society and Global Science14-28
Melvin KranzbergInterdependence of Scientific and Technological Information and Its Relation to Public Decision Making29-39
Richard Jay SolomonVanishing Intellectual Boundaries: Virtual Networking and the Loss of Sovereignty and Control40-48
Theodor D. SterlingAnalysis and Reanalysis of Shared Scientific Data49-60
Fred W. Weingarten, D. Linda GarciaPublic Policy Concerning the Exchange and Distribution of Scientific Information61-72
Zellig Harris, Paul Mattick, Jr.Science Sublanguages and the Prospects for a Global Language of Science73-83
Jacques TocatlianThe Role of UNESCO in International Scientific Communication84-94
Lee Rainwater, Timonthy SmeedingThe Luxembourgh Income Study: The Use of International Telecommunications in Comparative Social Research95-105
Eugene W. BierlyThe World Climate Program: Collaboration and Communication on a Global Scale106-116
Harold M. Schoolman, Donald A.B. LindbergThe Information Age in Concept and Practice at the National Library of Medicine117-126
Murry Aborn, Alvin I. ThalerOn-Line Research-Support Systems127-134
Murray AbornMachine Cognition and the Downloading of Scientific Intellect135-143
1987Nov494Policies to Prevent Crime:Neighborhood, Family, and Employment StrategiesLynn A. Curtis
Lynn A. CurtisPreface9-18
Elizabeth Lyttleton Sturz, Mary TaylorInventing and Reinventing Argus: What Makes One Community Organization Work19-26
M. Isolina FerréPrevention and Control of Violence Through Community Revitalization, Individual, Dignity, and Personal Self-Confidence27-36
David FatthThe House of UMOJA as a Case Study for Social Change37-41
Raymond ShonholtzThe Citizens' Role in Justice: Building a Primary Justice and Prevention System at the Neighborhood Level42-53
Jeffrey FaganNeighborhood Education, Mobilization, and Organization for Juvenile Crime Prevention54-70
Lynn A. CurtisThe Retreat of Folly: Some Modest Replications of Inner-City Success71-89
Sylvester MurrayRunning in Front of the Bear: National Policy and City Reality90-93
William H. KolbergEmployment, the Private Sector, and At-Risk Youth94-100
Raul YzaguirrePublic Policy, Crime, and the Hispanic Community101-104
Garry A. Mendez, Jr.Crime and Policy in the African American Community105-110
Marilyn SteeleNeighborhood, Family, and Jobs-Necessary, but not Sufficient111-118
Sherry SylvesterCrime Prevention and Criminal Justice: In Search of a Silver Bullet119-128
Lee P. BrownInnovation Policing in Houston129-134
Edward M. KennedyLaw Enforcement, Social Justice, and the Legacy of Milton Eisenhower135-138
Lois Haight HerringtonVictim Rights and Criminal Justice Reform139-144
J.E. Bud ClarkThe Portland Formula: Family, Business, and Community145-147
Douglas E. RakeCrime Control and Police-Community Relations: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Tokyo, Japan, and Santa Ana, California148-154
MaryTuckGovernment Initiatives in the United Kingdom155-160
Nigel WhiskinA Neighborhood Approach to Crime Prevention in the United Kingdom161-168
The American Academy of Political and Social ScienceReport of the Board of Directors169-171
1987Sep493The Informal EconomyLouis A. Ferman, Stuart Henry, Michele Hoyman
Louis A. Ferman, Stuart Henry, Michele HoymanPreface10-14
Joseph P. Gaughan, Louis A. FermanToward an Understanding of the Informal Economy15-25
S.M. MillerThe Pursuit of Informal Economies26-35
Raymond E. PahlDoes Jobless Mean Workless? Unemployment and Informal Work36-46
Jonathan GershunyTechnology, Social Innovation, and the Informal Economy47-63
Michele HoymanFemale Participation in the Informal Economy: A Neglected Issue64-82
James D. SmithMeasuring the Informal Economy83-99
Chris GerryDeveloping Economies and the Informal Sector in Historical Perspective100-119
Steven L. SampsonThe Second Economy of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe120-136
Stuart HenryThe Political Economy of Informal Economies137-153
Louis A. Ferman, Stuart Henry, Michele HoymanIssues and Prospects for the Study of Informal Economies: Concepts, Research Strategies, and Policy154-172
1987Jul492Unemployment:A Global ChallengeBertram Gross, Alfred Pfaller
Bertram GrossPreface9-11
Alfred PfallerIntroduction: The Global Dimensions of the Employment Issue12-21
Lars AnellThe Breakdown of the Postwar Boom22-35
Elmar AltvaterThe Crisis of the World Finance System36-48
Kurt W. RothschildThe Neglect of Employment in the International Economic Order49-60
Wolfgang HagerThe Neomercantilist Constraint61-68
Hilde WanderPopulation, Labor Supply, and Employment in Developing Countries69-79
Guy StandingUnemployment and the Recomposition of Labor Reserves80-95
H. Peter GrayThe Internationalization of Global Labor Markets96-108
Alfred PfallerInternational Employment Competition109-123
Hartmut ElsenhansAbsorbing Global Surplus Labor124-135
Manfred WegnerCreating New Jobs in the Service Sector136-150
Wilhelm HankelBack to Full Employment: Old Instruments, New Methods151-158
Louis EmmerijIntervening on the Supply Side of the Labor Market159-170
Manfred G. SchmidtThe Politics of Full Employment in Western Democracies171-181
Bertram GrossToward Global Action182-193
1987May491The Fulbright Experience and Academic ExchangesNathan Glazer
J. William FulbrightPreface10
Raphel H. VogelThe Making of the Fulbright Program11-21
Randall Bennett WoodsFulbright Internationalism22-35
Harry B. JeffreyLegislative Origins of the Fulbright Program36-47
Warren F. Ilchman, Alice Stone IlchmanAcademic Exchange and the Founding of New Universities48-62
Elinor G. BarberResearch Access: Scholarship Versus National Interest63-72
Ulrich LittmannA Host Country's View: The Federal Republic of Germany73-84
Caroline A. Matano YangMultiple Cost Sharing: The Japan Experience85-91
Adelaide M. CromwellThe Fulbright Program in Africa, 1946 to 198692-103
Maurice A. SternsEducational Exchange in Latin America104-117
William A. JamesA Promising Future: The Fulbright Program with the USSR118-125
Ann B. RadwanResearch and Teaching in the Middle East126-133
Barbara W. NewellEducationa with a World Perspective-A Necessity for America's Political and Economic Defense134-139
Richard D. LambertDurable Academic Linkages Overseas: A National Agenda140-153
Paul Seabury, A. Kenneth Pye, Mark Blitz, James H. BillingtonA Symposium: What Future Directions for Academic Exchange?154-163
1987Mar490Foreign Language Instruction:A National AgendaRichard D. Lambert
Richard D. LambertPreface8
Richard D. LambertThe Improvement of Foreign Language Competency in the United States9-19
Lyle F. Bachman, John L.D. ClarkThe Measurement of Foreign/Second Language Proficiency20-33
John FoughtAdvanced Technology in Foreign Language Instruction and Translation34-50
Diane Larsen-FreemanRecent Innovations in Language Teaching Methodology51-69
Dale L. LangeThe Language Teaching Curriculum and a National Agenda70-96
Michael H. LongThe Experimental Classroom97-109
Eleanor H. Jorden, A. Ronald WaltonTruly Foreign Languages: Instructional Challenges110-124
Cornelius C. KublerTraining for High-Level Language Skills125-136
Ray T. ClifforsLanguage Teaching in the Federal Government: A Personal Perspective137-146
Alice C. Omaggio, Stanley L. ShinallForeign Language Teacher Education: Current Practices and an Assessment of Needs147-162
Claire L. GaudianiDissemination and Diffusion of Progress in the Foreign Language Teaching Field: A National Plan163-176
Russel N. Campbell, Susan SchnellLanguage Conservation177-185
Winfred P. Lehmann, Randall L. JonesThe Humanistic Basis of Second Language Learning186-193
Frank HenyTheoretical Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition, and Language Pedagogy194-210
1987Jan489International Affairs in AfricaGerald J. Bender
Gerald J. BenderPreface9-12
I. William ZartmanForeign Relations of North Africa13-27
Clement Henry MooreThe Northeastern Triangle: Libya, Egypt, and the Sudan28-39
Timothy M. ShawNigeria Restrained: Foreign Policy Under Changing Political and Petroleum Regimes40-50
Martin StanilandFrancophone Africa: The Enduring French Connection51-62
Edouad BustinThe Foreign Policy of the Republic of Zaire63-75
Edmond J. KellerThe Politics of State Survival: Continuity and Change in Ethopian Foreign Policy76-87
David F. GordonAnglophonic Variants: Kenya versus Tanzania88-102
Robert M. PriceSecurity versus Growth: The International Factor in South African Policy103-122
Gerald J. BenderThe Eagle and the Bear in Angola123-132
G. Aforka NwekeThe Organization of African Unity and Intra-African Functionalism133-147
Thomas M. CallaghyBetween Scylla and Charybdis: The Foreign Economic Relations of Sub-Saharan African States148-163
Announcements164
1986Nov488Revitalizing the Industrial CityRalph R. Widner and Marvin E. Wolfgang
Thierry NoyelleEconomic Transformation9-17
Wilbur R. ThompsonCities In Transition18-34
Robert E. FriedmanEntrepreneurial Renewal In The Industrial City35-46
Ralph R. WidnerPhysical Renewal of the Industrail City47-57
G. Edward DeSeveFinancing Urban Development: The Joint Efforts of Governments and the Private Sector58-76
Paul R. PorterAmericas Industrial Cities: Jloted But Resilient77-84
R. Scott FoslerCivic Renewal: The City on a Hill Revisted85-99
Royce HansonInstitutional Renewal in American Cities100-119
Roger S. Ahlbrandt, Jr.Public-Private Partnerships for Neighborhood Renewal120-134
Sheldon HackneyThe University and Its Community: Past and Present135-147
Robert H. McNultyPollyanna, Or Is the Glass Half Full?148-156
Garth Mangum and Stephen MangumHuman renewal in the Revitalization of the Industrial City157-176
Jean Marie Ernecq and Alistair McDonaghThe Future of Regions and Cities of traditional Industry in Europe: Some thoughts drawn from the Second RETI Conference, Leeds, United Kingdom, Sept 1985177-186
1986Sep487Immigration and American Public PolicyRita J. Simon
Rita J. SimonPreface9-11
Julian L. SimonBasic Data Concerning Immigration into the United States12-56
John A. KromkowskiEastern and Southern European Immigrants: Expectations, Reality, and a New Agenda57-78
Stanley Lieberson and Mary C. WatersEthnic Groups in Flux: The Changing Ethnic Responses of American Whites79-91
Barry R. ChiswickMexican Immigrants: The Economic Dimension92-101
Douglas S. MasseyThe Social Organization of Mexican Migration to the United States102-113
John A. GarciaCaribbean Migration to the Mainland: A Renewal of Adaptive Experiences114-125
Lisandro PerezCubans in the United States126-137
Gail P. KellyCoping with America: Refugees from Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos in the 1970s and 1980s138-149
Morrison G. WongPost-1965 Asian Immigrants: Where Do They Come From, Where are They Now, and Where Are They Going?150-168
Joshua A. FishmanBilinqualism and Separation169-180
Jeffery A. PasselUndocumented Immigration181-200
Edwin HarwoodAmerican Public Opinion and U.S. Immigration Policy201-212
Stephen MooreSocial Scientists' Views on Immigrants and U.S. Immigration213-217
1986Jul486Regulating Campaign FinanceLloyd N. Cutler, Louis R. Cohen, and Roger M. Witten
Lloyd N. Cutler and Roger M. WittenPreface9-11
David AdamanyThe New Faces of American Politics12-33
Ralph K. WinterPolitical Financing and the Constitution34-48
Stephen HarderPolitical Finance in the Liberal Republic: Representation, Equality, and Deregulation49-63
Charles McC. Mathias, Jr.Should there be Public Financing of Congressional Campaigns?64-75
Richard BollingMoney in Politics76-85
Fred WertheimerCampaign Finance Reform: The Unfinished Agenda86-102
Jonathan BinghamDemocracy or Plutocracy? The Case for a Constitutional Amendment to overturn Buckley v. Valeo103-114
Lloyd N. CutlerCan the Parties Regulate Campaign Finance115-120
Michael S. BermanLiving with the FECA: Confessions of a Sometime Campaign Treasurer121-131
William C. OldakerOf Philosophers, Foxes, and Finances: Can the Federal Election Commission ever do an adequate job?132-145
Newton N. Minow and Lee M. MitchellPutting on the Candidates: The use of television in Presidential Elections146-157
Michael BaroneCampaign Finance: The System We Have158-163
1986May485From Foreign Workers to Settlers?Transnational Migration and the Emergence of New MinoritiesMartin O. Heisler and Barbara Schmitter Heisler
Richard D. LambertPreface9-11
Barbara Schmitter Heisler and Martin O. HeislerTransnational Migration and the Modern Democratic State: familiar Problems in the new form or a new problem12-22
Michael J. PioreThe Shifting Grounds for Immigration23-33
Rosemarie RogersThe Transnational Nexus of Migration34-50
Gary P. FreemanMigration and the political Economy of the Welfare State51-63
Mark J. MillerPolicy Ad-Hocracy: The Paucity of Coordinated Perspectives and Policies64-75
Barbara Schmitter HeislerImmigrant Settlement and the Structure of Emergent Immigrant Communities in Western Europe76-86
Sabri SayariMigration Policies of Sending Countries: Perspectives on the Turkish Experience87-97
William SafranIslamization in Western Europe: Political Consequences and Historical Parallels98-112
James F. HollifieldImmigration Policy in France and Germany: Outputs Versus Outcomes113-128
B Guy Peters and Patricia K. DavisMigration to the United Kingdom and the Emergence of a New Politics129-138
Robert L. BachImmigration: Issues of Ethnicity, Class, and Public Policy in the United States139-152
Martin O. HeislerTransnational Migration as a Small Window on the Diminished Authority of the Modern Democratic State153-166
1986Mar484The Law and Mental Health: Research and PolicySaleem A. Shah
Saleem A. ShahPreface9-11
Joseph P. Morrissey and Howard H. GoldmanCare and Treatment of the Mentally Ill in the United States: Historical Developments and Reforms12-27
Mark J. MillsCivil Commitment of the Mentally Ill: An Overview28-41
Steven P. Segal, Margaret A. watson, and L. Scott NelsonIndexing Civil Commitment in Psychiatric Emergency Rooms56-69
William J. Bowers, Daniel J. Givelbar, and Carolyn L. BlitchHow did TARASOFF Affect Clinical Practice?70-85
Jerrery L. Rigers, Joseph D. Bloom, and Spero M. MansonOregon's Psychiatric Security Review Board: A Comprehensive System for Managing Insanity Acquittees86-99
Richard A. PasewickA Review of Research on the Insanity Defense100-114
Henry J. Steadman and Joseph P. MorrisseyThe Insanity Defense: Problems and Prospects fir studing the Impact of Legal Reforms115-126
Charlotte A. Kerr and Jeffery A. RothPopulations, Practices, and Problems in Forensic Psychiatric Facilities127-143
Leif OjesjoLaw and Psychiarty: Scandinavia in the 1980s144-154
1986Jan483Religion and the State: The Struggle for Legitimacy and PowerRobert J. Myers
Robert J. MyersPreface9-11
Kenneth W. ThompsonReligion and Politics in the United States: An Overview12-24
Paul E. SigmundRevolution, Counferrevolution, and the Catholic Church in Chile25-35
Michael DodsonThe Politics of Religion in Revolutionary Nicaraqua36-49
Henry BienenReligion, Legitimacy, and Conflict in Nigeria50-60
Lisa AndersonReligion and State in Libya: The Politics of Idenity61-72
William O. BeemanIran's Religious Regime: What Makes it Tick? Will it Ever Run Down?73-83
Arthur HertzbergThe Religious Right in the State of Israel84-92
Ralph BuulfjensIndia: Religion, Political Legitimacy, and the Secular State93-109
Jurgen MoltmanReligion and State in Germany: West and East110-117
Zdzislawa WalaszekAn Open Issue of Legitimacy: The State and the Church in Poland118-134
Philip WaltersThe Russian Orthodox Church and the Soviet State135-145
Merle GoldmanReligion in Post-Mao China146-156
1985Nov482Changing Patterns of Power in the Middle EastThomas Naff and Marvin E. Wolfgang
Thomas Naff and Marvin E. WolfgangPreface9-11
El Sayed Abdel Raouf El ReedyNew Opportunity for Peace in the Middle East11-18
Philip H. StoddardU.S. Policy and the Arab-Israeli Conflict: Observations on the Current Scene19-39
Robert O. FreedmanPatters of Soviet Policy Towerd the Middle East40-64
Frederick W. Frey and Thoman NaffWater: An Emerging Issue in the Middle East?65-84
Marvin ZonisThe Rule of the Clerics in the Islamic Replublic of Iran85-108
Augustus Richard NortonChanging Actors and Leadership Among the Shiites of Lebanon109-121
Dankwart A. RustowElections and Legitimacy in the Middle East122-146
Robert BianchiBussinessmen's Associations in Egypt and Turkey147-159
Jack G. ShakeenMedia Coverage of the Middle East: Perception and Foreign Policy160-175
1985Sep481Soviet Foreign Policy in an Uncertain WorldJohn J. Stremlau
John J. StremlauPreface9-14
Hannes AdomeitThe German Factor in Soviet West Ploitik15-28
Marie MendrasThe French Connection: An Uncertain Factor in Soviet Relations with Western Europe29-40
John LowenhardtTraders, Crusaders, and Cruise Missles: Soviet Foreign Policy Toward Sweden and Northern Europe41-50
Ingmar OldbergPeace Propaganda and Submarines: Soviet Policy Toward Sweden and Northern Europe51-60
Hiroshi KimuraMoscow and Tokyo: An Uneasy Peace61-69
Yan MeiThe Maturing of Soviet-Chinese Relations70-80
Dark BekichSoviet Goals in Yugoslavia and the Balkans81-91
Marcin SarThe Evolution of Centripetal Fraternalism: The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe92-103
Amin SaikalSoviet Policy Toward Southwest Asia104-116
Duygu B. SezerPeaceful Coexistence: Turkey and the Near East in Soviet Foreign Policy117-126
Zaki LaidiStability and Partnership in the Magherb127-137
Sam C. NolutshunguSoviet Involvement in Southern Africa138-146
Edme Dominquez ReyesSoviet Relations with Central America, the Caribbean, and Members of the Contadora Group147-158
Aldo Cesar VacsSoviet Ploicy Toward Argentina and the Southern Cone159-171
1985Jul480Religion in America TodayWade Clark Roof
Wade Clark RoofPreface9-10
Martin E. MartyTransposition: American Religion in the 1980s11-23
Wade Clark Roof and William McKinneyDenominational America and the New Religious Pluralism24-38
Benton JohnsonLiberal Protestantism: End of the Road?39-52
Philip E. HammondThe Curious Path of Conservative Protestantism53-62
Patrick H. McNamaraAmerican Catholicism in the Mid-Eighties: Pluralism and Conflict in a Changing Church63-74
Steven M. Choen and Leonard J. FeinFrom Integration to Survival: American Jews Anxieties in Transition75-88
James Melvin WashingtonJesse Jackson and the Symbolic Politics of Black Christendom89-105
Robert WuthnowThe Growth of Religious Reform Movements106-116
Barbara Hargrove, Jean Miller Schmidt and Sheila Greeve DavaneyReligion and the Changing Role of Women117-131
Samuel S. HillReligion and Region in America132-141
Peggy L. SchriverReligion's Very Public Presence142-153
N.J. Demerath III and Rhys H. WilliamsCivil Religion in an Uncivil Society154-166
George Gallop, Jr.Religion in America167-174
1985May479The Welfare State in America:Trends and ProspectsMayer N. Zald and Yeheskel Hasenfeld
Yeheskel Hasenfeld and Mayer N. ZaldPerface9-13
W. Allen SpiveyProblems and Paradoxes in Economic and Social Policies of Modern Welfare States14-30
Martha S. HillThe Changing Nature of Poverty31-47
Mayer N. ZaldPolitical Change: Citizenship Rights, and the Welfare State48-66
Yeheskel HasenfeldThe Administration of Human Services67-81
William C. Birdsall and John HankinsThe Future of Social Security82-100
Lawrence S. RootEmployee Benefits and Social Welfare: Complement or Conflict101-118
Irwin GarfinkelThe Role of Child Support Insurance in Antipoverty Policy119-131
Paul LermanDeinstutitationalization and Welfare Policies132-155
1985Mar478Our Crowded PrisonsNational Institute of Corrections
Warren E. BergerForeword9
Raymond C. BrownPreface10-14
James Austin and Barry KrisbergIncarceration in the United States: The Extent and Future of the Problem15-30
Joan MullenPrison Crowding and the Evolution of Public Ploicy31-46
Anne BolducJail Crowding47-57
Hans TochWarehouses for People?58-72
Alonzo Cobb, Jr.Home Truths About Prison Overcrowding73-85
Gail S. FunkeThe Economics of Prison Crowding86-99
Claudia Angelos and James B. JacobsPrison Overcrowding and the Law100-112
Edward M. KennedyPrison Overcrwoding: The Law's Dilemna113-122
John P. ConradCharting a Course for Imprisonment Policy123-134
Stephen D. Gottfredson and Don M. GottfredsonSelective Incapitation?135-149
M. Kay HarrisReducing Prison Crowding and Non Prison Penalties150-160
Gerald KaufmanThe National Prison Overcrowding Project: Policy Analysis and Politics, A New Approach161-172
Carl B. ClementsPrison Resource Management: Working Smarter, Not Harder173-182
1985Jan477The Insanity DefenseRichard Moran
Richard MoranPreface9-11
Edward Sagarin and Robert J. KellyResponsibility and Crime in Literature12-24
Nigel WalkerThe InSanity Defense before 180025-30
Richard MoranThe Modern Foundation for the InSanity Defense: The Cases of James Hadfield (1800) and Daniel McNaughton (1843)31-42
Stephen WhiteThe Insanity Defense in England and Wales since 184343-57
Henry J. SteadmanEmpirical Research on the Insanity Defense58-71
Gilbert Giles and Robert F. MeierAbolotion of the Insanity Plea in Idaho: A Case Study72-83
Park Elliott DietzWhy the Experts Disagree: Variations in the Psychiatric Evaluation of Criminal Insanity84-95
Hyman GrossJustice and the Insanity Defense96-103
Herbert FingeretteThe Disability of Mind Doctrine104-113
Richard SingerThe Aftermath of an Insanity Acquittal: The Supreme Court's Recent Decision in Jones v. United States114-124
Alexander D. BrooksThe Merits of abolishing the Insanity Defense125-136
Stephen J. MorseRetaining a Modified Insanity Defense137-147
1984Nov476China in TransitionMarvin E. Wolfgang
Marvin E. WolfgangOpening Remarks at the Eighty-Seventh Annual Meeting9-10
Hu DingyiChina Today11-18
Kenneth LieberthalChina's Polotical Reforms: A Net Assesment19-33
Hong Yung LeeEvaluation of China's Bureaucratic Reforms34-47
R. Randle EdwardsAn Overview of Chinese Law and Legal Education48-61
Andrew G. WalderChina's Industry in Transition: To What?62-73
Vivienne ShueThe New Course in Chinese Agriculture74-89
Sydney Goldstein and Alice GoldsteinPopulation Movement, Labor Force Absorption, and Urbanization in China90-110
Lee-Jay ChoPopulation Dynamics and Policy in the People's Republic of China111-127
Pi-Chao ChenBirth Planning and Fertilization Transition128-141
Allen S. WhitingSino-Soviet Relations: What Next?142-155
Parris H. ChangU.S.-China Relations: From Hostility to Euphoria to Realism156-170
1984Sep475Deindustrialization:Restructuring the EconomyGene F. Summers
Gene F. SummersPreface9-14
Candee S. HarrisThe Magnitude of Job Loss from Plant Closings and the Generation of Replacement Jobs: Some Recent Evidence15-27
Glenn Yago, Hyman Korman, Sen-Yyan Wu, and Michael SchwartzInvestment and Disinvestment in New York, 1960-8028-37
Barry BluestoneIs Deindustrialization a Myth? Capital Mobility Versus Absorptive Capacity in the U.S. Economy38-51
Kenneth RootThe Human Response to Plant Closures52-65
Jeanne Prial GordusThe Human Resource Implications of Plant Shutdowns66-79
Ruth H. FedrauResponses to Plant Closures and Major Reductions in Force: Private Sector and Community-Based Models80-95
Edward J. Blakely and Philip ShapiraAdvanced Industrial Society96-109
Gregory HooksThe Policy Response to Factory Closings: A Comparision of the United States, Sweden, and France110-124
Lena GonasStructural Change: Consequences and Alternatives125-136
David Rose, Carolyn Volger, Gordon Marshall, and Howard NewbyEconomic Restructuring: The British Experience137-157
Gary B. HansenFord and the UAW have a Better Idea: A Joint Labor-Management approach to Plant Closings and Workers Retraining158-174
1984Jul474Gambling:Views from the Social SciencesJames H. Frey and William R. Eadington
William R. Eadington and James H. FreyPreface9-11
G. Robert BlakelyLegal Regulation of Gambling Since 195012-22
William R. EadingtonThe Casino Gaming Industry: A Study of Political Economy23-35
Peter ReuterPolice Regulation of Illegal Gambling: Frustrations of Symbolic Enforcement36-47
Jerome H. SkolnickA Zoning Merit Model for Casino Gambling48-60
Joseph RubinsteinCasino Gambling: Issues of Development and Redevelopment61-71
Nigel Kent-LemonSignificant Influences on the United Kingdom Casino Industry Since 196072-79
Dean M. MacombesManagement Policy and Practices in Modern Casino Operations80-90
H. Roy KaplanThe Social and Economic Impact of State Lotteries91-106
James H. FreyGambling: A Sociological Review107-121
James F. Smith and Kicki AbtGambling as Play122-132
Igor KusyszynThe Psychology as Gambling133-145
Henry R. Lesieur and Robert L. CusterPathological Gambling: Roots, Phases, and Treatment146-156
David M. HayanoThe Professional Gambler: Fame, Fortune, and Failure157-167
George IgnatinSports Betting168-177
1984May473The Future of American UnionismLouis A. Ferman
Louis A FermanPreface
Jack BarbashTrade Unionism from Roosevelt to Reagan
Markley RobertsThe Future of Demographics of American Unionism
Doris B. McLaughlin in consultation with Douglas A. FraserCollective Bargaining: The Next Twenty Years
Charles M. RehmusLabor and Politics in the 1980s
Evertt M. KassalowThe Future of American Unionism: A Comparative Perspective
Arthur R. Schwartz, Michele M. Hoyman
Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld
Hy Kornbluh
Alan Kistler
Theodore J. St. Antoine
Sar A. Levitan, Clifford M. Johnson
William Foote Whyte, Joseph R. Blasi
Rudy Oswald
Richard B. Freeman, James L. Medoff
James L. Stern
Thomas A. Kochan, Michael J. Piore
1984Mar472Polling and the Democratic ConsensusL. John Martin
L. John MartinPreface9-11
L. John MartinThe Genealogy of Public Opinion Polling12-23
Burns W. RoperAre Polls Accurate?24-34
Lester W. MilbrathThe Context of Public Opinion: How our Belief Systems can Affect Poll Results35-49
John P. Robinson and John A. FleishmanIdeological Trends in American Public Opinion50-60
Michael MargolisPublic Opinion, Polling, and Political Behavior61-71
Richard S. Beal and Ronald H. HinckleyPresidential Decision Making and Opinion Polls72-84
Mark R. LevyPolling and the Presidential Election85-96
M. Margaret ConwayThe Use of Polls in Congressional, State and Local Elections97-105
Arnold H. IsmachPolling as a New-Gathering Tool106-118
Charles K. Atkin and James GaudinoThe Impact of Polling on the Mass Media119-128
Kurt Lang and Gladys Engel LangThe Impact of Polls on the Public Opinion129-142
Kenneth P. AdlerPolling the Attentive Public143-154
Robert B. HillThe Polls and Ethnic Minorities155-166
1984Jan471Paying for CulturePatricia A. McFate
Patricia A. McFatePreface9-12
Kathleen D. McCarthyAmerican Cultural Philanthropy: Past, Present and Future13-26
Michael S. JoyceGovernment Funding of Culture: What Price the Arts?27-33
Edward B. KellerThe Public and the Arts34-44
Kitty Carlisle HartChanging Public Attitudes Toward Funding of the Arts45-56
David FinnIs There a Legitimate Role for Public Relations in the Arts?57-66
Donald C. PlatterManaging Culture: How Corporations Can Help67-73
Sheldon HackneySupply, Demand, and the University74-83
Frances S. M. HodsollSupporting the Arts in the Eighties: The View from the National Endowment for the Arts84-88
Livingston Biddle, Jr.Our Government's Support for the Arts: Nourishment or Drought89-101
Claiborne deB. PellFederal Support for the Arts has a Future102-106
Barnabas McHenryNotes on the Presidential Task Force on the Arts and Humanities and President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities107-116
Christopher PriceCulture in a Cold Climate117-122
Hans F. DahlIn the Market's Place: Cultural Policy in Norway123-131
Michael O'Hare and Alan L. FeldIndirect Aid to the Arts132-143
Kenneth GoodyArts Funding: Growth and Change Between 1963 and 1983144-157
1983Nov470Robotics:Future Factories, Future WorkersRobert J. Miller
Robert J. MillerPreface9-10
Robert J. MillerThe Human: Alien in the Robotic Enviornment11-15
Leonard LynnJapanese Robotics: Challenge and-Limited-Exemplar16-27
Robert U. Ayers and Steven M. MillerRobotic Realities: Near-Term Prospects and Problems28-55
James Lawson, John Reidy, G. Frederick Renner, Karen Rosen, and Lise SmolakTechnology for the Factory of the Future56-67
Gerald Nadler and Gordon H. RobinsonDesign of the Automated Factory: More than Robots68-80
Warren G. GroffImpact of the High Technologies on Vocational and Technical Education81-94
John G. BollingerComputer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing: The Wisconsin Experience95-101
Wickham SkinnerWanted: Managers for the Factory of the Future102-114
Harvey BrooksTechnology, Competition, and Employment115-122
M. Eugene MerchantFlexible Manufacturing Systems: Robotics and Computerized Automation123-135
Louis FermanThe Unmanned Factory and the Community136-145
Thomas L. WeekelyWorkers, Unions, and Industrial Robotics146-151
Doris B. McLaughlinElectronics and the Future of Work: The Impact on Pink and White Collar Workers152-162
Ronnie J. Straw and Lorel E. FogedTechnology and Employment in Telecommunications163-170
Morton KlassThe Artificial Alien: Transformations of the Robot in Science Fiction171-179
1983Sep469Nuclear Armament and DisarmamentMarvin E. Wolfgang and Robert H. Kupperman
Marvin E. Wolfgang and Robert H. KuppermanPreface9-10
Noel GaylerOpposition to Nuclear Armament11-22
Joseph D. LehmanThe Nuclear Freeze and the Polotics of Illusion23-27
John Cardinal KrolThe Catholic Bishops' Concern with Nuclear Armaments28-37
Robert P. ChurchillNuclear Arms as a Philosophical and Moral Issue38-45
David N. SchwartzBallistic Missile defense: Reflections on Current Issues58-67
Robert H. KuppermanHere Today, Gone Tomorrow-Nuclear Deterrence in the 1990s?68-76
Thomas J. HirschfeldReducing Short-Range Nuclear Systems in Europe: An Opportunity for Stability in the Eighties77-90
Catherine McArdle KelleherWestern Europe: Cycles, Crisis, and the Nuclear Revolution91-103
Gale A. MattoxWest German Perspectives on Armament and Arms Control104-116
William E. OdomThe Soviet Approach to Nuclear Weapons: A Historical Review117-135
Yevgeniy N. KochetkovThe Position of the USSR on Nuclear Weapons and Arms Control136-143
Charles C. PriceThe Case for Disarmament: Some Personel reflections on the United States and Disarmament144-154
Arlen SpecterArms Control Developments155-163
1983Jul468Health Care Policy in AmericaS. E. Berki
S.E. BerkiPreface9-11
Mark C. HornbrookAllocative Medicine: Effeciency, Disease Severity, and The Payment Mechanism12-29
Walter McClureThe Competition Strategy for Medical Care30-47
Lawrence D. BrownCompetition and Health Care Policy: Experience and Expectations48-59
Robert G. EvansIncomplete Vertical Integration in the Health Care Industry: Psuedomarkets and Psuedopolocies60-87
Philip R. Lee and Carroll L. EstesNew Federalism and Health Polocy88-102
Drew AltmanHealth Care for the Poor103-121
Marie L.F. Ashcraft and S. E. BerkiHealth Maintenance Organizations as Medicaid Providers122-131
Bruce C. Vladeck and James P. FirmanThe Aging of the Population and Health services132-148
Judith R. Lave and Herbert A. SilvermanFinancing the Health Care of the Aged149-164
H. David Banta, Anne Kesselman Burns, and Clyde J. BehneyPolicy Implications of the Diffusion and Control of Medical Technology165-181
Duane M. KirkingNew Horizons in Pharmaceutical Technology182-195
Avedis DonabedianQuality, Cost, and Clinical Decisions196-204
Eli GinzbergHow Many Physicians are Enough?205-215
Howard S. ZuckermanIndustrial Rationalization of a Contact Industry: Multiinstitutional Hospital System216-230
S. E. BerkiHealth Care Policy: Lessons Fron the Past and Issues of the Future231-246
1983May467The Global Refugee Problem: U.S. and World ResponseGilburt D. Loescher and John A. Scanlan
Gilburt Loescher and John ScanlanPreface9-10
Atle Grahl-MadsenIdentifying the World's Refugees11-23
Aristide R. ZolbergThe Formation of New States as a Refugee-Generating Process24-38
Earl E. Huyck and Leon F. BouvierThe Demography of Refugees39-61
Leon GordenkerRefugees in Developing Countries and Transnational Organization62-77
Ronald S. ScheinmanRefugees: Goodby to the Good Old Days78-88
David P. ForsytheThe Palestine Question: Dealing with a Long-Term Refugee Situation89-101
Astri SuhrkeIndochinese Refugees: The Law and Politics of First asylum102-115
John Scanlan and Gilburt LoescherU.S. Foreign Policy, 1959-80: Impact on Refugee Flow from Cuba116-137
Ronald CopelandThe Cuban Boatlift of 1980: Strategies in Federal Crisis Management138-150
Naomi Flink ZuckerThe Haitans Versus the United States: The Courts as Last Resort151-162
Arnold H. LiebowitzThe Refugee Act of 1980: Problems and Congressional Concerns163-171
Norman L. ZuckerRefugee Resettlement in the United States: Policy and Problems172-186
Barry N. SteinThe Commitment to Refugee Resettlement187-201
1983Mar466Implementing Governmental ChangeCharles E. Gilbert
Charles E. GilbertPreface9-22
James W. FeslerPolitics, Policy, and Bureaucracy at the Top23-42
Peter A. HallPolicy Innovationand the Structure of the State: The Politics-Administration Nexus in France and Britian43-60
Eugene B. McGregor, Jr.The Public-Service Problem61-76
Alan L. DeanThe Management of Executive Departments77-90
Fred A. KramerPublic Mangement in the 1980s and Beyond91-102
Eleanor ChelimskyProgram Evaluation and Appropriate Governmental Change103-118
Louis C. GawthropOrganizing for Change119-134
Vincent OstromNonhierarchical Approaches to the Organization of Public Activity135-148
Bruce L.R. SmithChanging Public-Private Sector Relations: A Look at the United States149-164
Donald H. HaiderIntergovernmental Redirection165-178
Lester G. SeligmanThe Preidency and Political Change179-192
Walter J. OleszekIntegration and Fragmentation: Key Themes of Congressional Change193-207
1983Jan465Housing AmericaWallace F. Smith
Wallace F. SmithPreface9-13
Mark J. RiedyWhere Will the Money Come From?14-20
Leo GreblerInflation: A Blessing or a Curse?21-34
Ned EichlerHomebuilding in the 1980s: Crisis or Transition?35-44
Michael SumichrastA Five Year Housing Forecast45-57
Lawrence B. SmithThe Crisis in Rental Housing: A Canadian Perspective58-75
Anthony DownsThe Coming Crunch in Rental Housing76-85
William G. Grigsby and Thomas C. CorlDeclining Neighborhoods: Problem or Opportunity?86-97
Lynne Beyer SagalynMortgage Lending in Older Urban Neighborhoods: Lessons from Past Experiences98-108
George Sternlieb and James W. HughesHousing the Poor in a Postshelter Society109-122
Bernard J. FriedenThe Exclusionary Effect of Growth Controls123-135
John F. KainAmerica's Persistent Housing Crises: Errors in Analysis and Policy136-148
1982Nov464Middle and Late Life TransitionsFelix M. Berardo
Felix M. BerardoPreface9-10
Judith Treas and Vern L. BengtsonThe Demograpghy of Mid-and Late-Life Transitions11-21
Linda K. GeorgeModels of Transitions in Middle and Later Life22-37
Lillian E. TrollFamily Life in Middle and Old Age: The Generation Gap38-46
Lois M. TamirMen at Middle Age: Developmental Transitions47-56
Angela M. O'Rand and John C. HenrettaWomen at Middle Age: Developmental Transitions57-64
Carol E. WoehrerThe Influence of Ethnic Families on Intergenerational Relationships and Later Life Transitions65-78
Rose C. GibsonBlacks at Middle and Late Life: Resources and Coping79-90
Jetse Sprey and Sarah H. MatthewsContemporary Grandparenthood: A Systemic Tranistion91-103
Gordon F. Streib and Madeline Haug PennaAnticipating transitions: Possible Options in "Family" Forms104-119
Robert C. AtchleyRetirement: Leaving the World of Work120-131
Donna Hodgkins BerardoDivorce and Remarriage at Middle Age and Beyond132-139
Boaz Kahana and Eva KahanaClinical Issues of Middle age and Later Life140-162
Richard A. KalishDeath and Survivorship: The Final Transition163-173
Phyllis R. SilvermanTransitions and Models of Intervention174-187
1982Sep463International TerrorismMarvin E. Wolfgang
Marvin E. WolfgangPreface9-10
Brian M. JenkinsStatements About Terrorism11-23
Robert H. Kupperman et al.Terror, The Strategic Tool: Response and Control24-38
Philip E. Devine and Robert J. RafalkoOn Terror39-53
Thomas H. SnitchTerrorism and Political Assassinations: A Transnational Assessment, 1968-8054-68
John W. Amos II and Russel H.S. StolfiControlling International Terrorism: Alternatives Palatable and Unpalatable69-83
Sepehr ZabihAspects of Treeorism in Iran84-94
Elaine A. FriedlandSouth Africa and Instability in Southern Africa95-105
Robert W. Taylor and Harry E. VandenDefining Terrorism in El Salvador: "La Matanza"106-118
Austin T. TurkSocial Dynamics of Terrorism119-128
Franco FerracutiA Sociopsychiatric Interpretation of Terrorism129-140
Charles P. MonroeAddressing Terrorism in the United States141-148
1982Jul462The American Judiciary:Critical IssuesA. Leo Levin and Russell R. Wheeler
Russell R. Wheeler and Leo LevinPreface: Of Fundamental Questions and the Veil of Detail9-15
Griffin B. Bell and Terrence B. AdamsonNotes on the Situation16-25
Charles McC. Mathias, Jr.The Federal Courts Under Siege26-33
Daniel L. SkolerThe Administrative Law Judiciary: Change, Challenge, and Choices34-47
Edmund B. Spaeth, Jr.Achieving a Just Legal System: The Role of State Intermediate Appellate Courts48-58
Arlen Specter and Paul R. MichelThe Need for a New Federalism in Criminal Justice59-71
Patricia M. WaldJudicial Review of Complex Administrative Agency Decisions72-86
Alvin B. RubinTrial By Jury in Complex Civil Cases: Vioce of Liberty or Verdict by Confussion87-103
William B. EldridgeShifting Views of the Sentencing Function104-111
Sheldon GoldmanJudicial Selection and the Qualities that Make a "Good" Judge112-124
Abner J. MikvaJudicial Selection: Casting a Wider Net125-135
Daniel J. MeadorRole of the Justice Department in Maintaining an Effective Judiciary136-151
1982May461Young Children and Social PolicyWilliam Bridgeland and Edward A. Duane
William M. Bridgeland and Edward A. DuanePreface9-13
Doris Bergen Sponseller and Joel S. FinkPublic Policy Toward Children: Identifying the Problems14-20
Sandra McConnell Condry and Irving LazarAmerican Values and Social Policy21-31
Linda Brookover BourqueApplied Research in the 1970s: Can Anything Be Learned About Children?32-42
Edward A. Duane, William M. Bridgeland, and Mark E. SternRelationships Between early childhood Groups in Three States43-52
W. Norton Grubb and Julia Green BrodySpending Inequalities For Children's Programs in Texas53-62
Sara Sullivan MedleyChildhood Lead Toxicity: A Paradox of Modern Technology63-73
David J. Irvine, Mary D. Horan, David L. Flint, Susan E. Kukuk, and Thomas L. HickEvidence Supporting Comprehensive Early Childhood education for Disadvantaged Children74-80
Edward Zigler and Victoria SeitzHead Start as a National Laboratory81-90
Elizabeth Jones and Elizabeth PrescottDay Care: Short-or Long-Term Solution?91-101
Eunice L. Watson and Alice H. CollinsNatural Helping Networks in Alleviating Family Stress102-112
Marsha Hurst and Ruth E. ZambranaChild Care and Working Mothers in Puerto Rican Families113-124
John C. Moore, Jr.Parents' Choice of Day Care Services125-134
Douglas R. PowellFrom Child to Parent: Changing Conceptions of Early Childhood Intervention135-144
1982Mar460The Internationalization of the American EonomyJ. Michael Finger and Thomas D. Willet
J. Michael Finger and Thomas D. WilletPreface9-10
C. Fred BergstenThe United States and the World Economy11-20
Robert D. Tollison and Thomas D. WillettPower, Polotics, and Prosperity: Alternative Views of Economic Interdependence21-28
Deborah L. Allen and Leroy O. LaneyThe Global Dollar: Trends and Issues in Official and Private International Finance29-37
Thomas D. WillettThe United States and World Stagflation: The Export and Import of Inflationary Pressures38-44
J. Michael FingerTrade and the Structure of American Industry45-53
Barry R. ChiswickImmigrants in the U.S. Labor Market64-72
Hans G. MuellerThe Steel Industry73-82
Norman S. FielekeThe Automotive Industry83-91
Joseph PelzmanThe Textile Industry92-100
Sven W. ArndtIssues in U.S. Economic Relations with Western Europe101-110
Richard D. ErbThe Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries Members and U.S. polocies111-117
Rachel McCullochU.S. Relations with developing Countries: Conflict and Opportunity118-126
Leon HollermanJapan's Economic Impact on the United States127-135
Josef C. BradaThe Interface of Different Systems: The United States and Communist Countries136-144
1982Jan459Government and Economic PerformanceJ. Rogers Hollingsworth
J. Rogers HollingsworthPreface9-13
Leon N. LindbergThe Problems of Economic Theory in Explaning Economic Performance14-27
J. Rogers HollingsworthThe Political-Structural Basis For Economic Performance28-45
David R. CameronOn The Limits of the Public Economy46-62
M. Donald HancockThe Political Management of Economic and Social Change: Contrasting Models of advanced Industrial Society in Sweden and West Germany63-76
Jerald Hage and Remi ClignetCoordination Styles and Economic Growth77-92
Henry TeuneDecentralization and Economic Growth93-102
James A. CaporasoThe State's Role in Third World Economic Growth103-111
Gregory B. Christainsen and Robert H. HavemanGovernment Regulations and Their Impact on the Economy112-122
Robert H. HavemanTaxation and Economic Management in the Western Nations123-133
Peter K. EisingerFrench Urban Housing and the Mixed Economy: The Privatization of the Public Sector134-147
John T. WoolleyMonetarists and the Politics of Monetary Policy148-160
1981Nov458Technology Transfer:New Issues, New AnalysisAlan W. Heston and Howard Pack
Howard PackPreface7-11
Carl J. Dahlman and Larry E. WestphalThe Meaning of Technological Mastery in Relation to Transfer of Technology12-26
Howard PackAppropriate Industrial Technology: Benefits and Obstacles27-40
Gustav RanisTechnology Choice and the Distribution of Income41-53
Robert E. EvensonBenefits and Obstacles to Appropriate Agricultural Technology54-67
Carl E. PrayThe Green Revolution as a Case Study in Transfer of Technology68-80
David J. TeeceThe Market for Know-How and the Efficient International Transfer of Technology81-96
Frances StewartArguments for the Generation of Technology By Less-Developed Countries97-109
Rachel McCullochTechnology Transfer to Developing Countries: Implications of International Regulation110-122
Stephen P. MageeThe Appropriability Theory of the Multinational Corporation123-135
Simon TeitelCreation of Technology Within Latin America136-150
Sanjaya LallIndian Technology Exports and Technological Development151-162
Donald J. LecrawTechnological Activities of Less-Developed-Country-Based Multinationals163-174
Stephen SternheimerFrom Dependency to Interdependency: Japan's Experience with Technology Trade with the West and the Soviet Union175-186
1981Sep457National Security Policy for the EightiesRobert J. Pfaltzgraff, Jr.
Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr.Preface7
Uri Ra'ananSoviet Strategic Doctrine and the Soviet-American Global Contest8-17
Thomas A. BrownU.S. ans Soviet Strategic Force Levels: Problems of Assessment and Measurement18-27
Daniel GoureStrategic Offense and Defense: Enhancing the Effectiveness of U.S. Strategic Forces28-45
W. T. LeeThe Shift in Soviet National Priorities to Military Forces, 1958-8546-66
Colin S. GaryStrategic Forces, General Prupose Forces, and Crisis Management67-77
Jacquelyn K. DavisTheater-Nuclear Force Modernization and Nato's Flexible Response Strategy78-87
Harold C. HintonThe United States and extended Security Commitments: East Asia88-108
Jeffrey RecordThe Rapid Deployment Force: Problems, Constraints, and Needs109-120
Robert J. HanksMaritime Doctrines and Capabilities: The United States and the Soviet Union121-130
Leon S. ReedObsolescene, Declining Productivity, and The American Defense Mobilization Infrastructure131-144
William Hadley KincadeArms Control in the 1980s145-163
William Schneider, Jr.Personnel Recruitment and Retention: Problems and Prospects for the United States164-173
James E. DoughertyA National Arms Control Policy for the 1980s174-185
Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr.The SuperpowerRelationship and U.S. National Security Policy in the 1980s186-196
1981Jul456Social Effects of InflationMarvin E. Wolfgang
Marvin E. WolfgangPrefacevii
Gar AlpervitzThe New Inflation1-12
Arthur A. Doud and Anita A. SummersInflation and the Philadelphia Economy13-31
Edward FosterWho Loses from Inflation32-45
Lynn A. CurtisInflation, Economic Policy, and the Inner City46-59
Morton LeedsInflation and the Elderly: A Housing Perspective60-69
Patricia A. McFateThe Effects of Inflation on the Arts70-87
David CaplovitzMaking Ends Meet: How Families Cope with Inflation and Recession88-98
Ivar BergThe Effects of Inflation on and in Higher Education99-111
John W. FullerInflationary Effects on Transportation112-122
Elmer B. StaatsInflation: Cancer on the American Body Politic123-131
Juan B. AponteThe Lash of Inflation on a Developing Economy: Puerto Rico, A Case Study132-153
1981May455Gun ControlPhilip J. Cook
Philip J. CookPrefacevii
Franklin E. ZimringHandguns in the Twenty-First Century: Alternative Policy Futures1-10
John KaplanThe Wisdom of Gun Prohibition11-23
James D. WrightPublic Opinion and Gun Control: A Comparison of Results From Two Recent National Surveys24-39
Howard Schuman and Stanley PresserThe Attitude-Action Connection and the Issue of Gun Control40-47
Carol Skalnik Leff and Mark H. LeffThe Politics of Ineffectiveness: Federal Firearms Legislation, 1919-3848-62
Philip J. CookThe Effect of Gun Availibility on Violent Crime Patterns63-79
Philip J. Cook and James BloseState Programs for Screening Handgun Buyers80-91
Mark H. MooreKeeping Handguns for Criminal Offenders92-109
James LindgrenOrganizational and Other Constraints on Controlling the Use of Deadly Force by Police110-119
Glenn L. Pierce and William J. BowersThe Bartley-Fox Gun Law's Short-Term Impact on Crime in Boston120-137
Edward D. Jones, IIIThe District of Columbia's "Firearms Control Regulations Act of 1975": The Toughest Handgun Control Law in the United States-Or Is IT?138-149
Colin Loftin and David McDowall"One with a Gun Gets You Two": Mandatory Sentencing and Firearms Violence in Detroit150-168
1981Mar454America as a Multicultural SocietyMilton M. Gordon
Milton M. GordonPrefacevii
David M. ReimersPost-World War II Immigration to the United States: America's Latest Newcomers1-12
Charles M. LambLegal Foundations of Civil Rights and Pluralism in America13-25
William Julius WilsonThe Black Community in the 1980s: Questions of Race, Class, and Public Policy26-41
Lewis M. KillianBlack Power and White Reactions: The Revitalization of Race-Thinking in the United States42-54
Peter I. RoseBlacks and Jews: The Stranded Alliance55-69
Chaim I. WaxmanThe Fourth Generation Grows Up: The Contemporary American Jewish Community70-85
Richard D. AlbaThe Twilight of Ethnicity Among American Catholics of European Ancestry86-97
Joseph P. Fitzpatrick and Lourdes Travieso ParkerHispanic-Americans in the Eastern United States98-110
Harry P. Pachon and Joan W. MooreMexican Americans111-124
Harry H. L. KitanoAsian-Americans: The Chinese, Japanese, Koreans, Pilipinos, and Southeast Asians125-138
Vine Deloria, Jr.Native Americans: The American Indian Today139-149
M. Arif GhayurMuslims in the United States: Settlers and Visitors150-163
Fred G. BurkeBilingualism/Biculturalism in American Education: An Adventure in Wonderland164-177
Milton M. GordonModels of Pluralism: The New American Dilemma178-188
Richard D. LambertEthnic/Racial Relations in the United States in Comparative Perspective189-206
1981Jan453America Enters the Eighties: Some Social IndicatorsConrad Taeuber
Conrad TaeuberPrefacevii
Evelyn M. KitagawaNew Life-Styles: Marriage Patterns, Living Arrangements, and Fertility Outside of Marriage1-27
Anders Steen LundeHealth in the United States28-69
Alan E. PisarskiTransportation70-95
Robert D. MareTrends in Schooling: Demography, Performance, and Organization96-122
Arvil V. AdamsThe American Work Force in the Eighties: New Problems and Policy Interests Require Improved Labor Force Data123-129
Sheldon Danziger and Robert PlotnickIncome Maintenance Programs and the Pursuit of Income Security130-152
Krishnamurti ChandrasekarProductivity and Social Indicators153-168
Richard A. PetersonMeasuring Culture, Leisure, and Time Use169-179
Doris B. HollebHousing and the Environment: Shooting at Moving Targets180-221
Albert J. Reiss, Jr.Public Safety: Marshaling Crime Statistics222-236
Denis F. Johnston and Michael J. CarleySocial Measurements and Social Indicators237-254
1980Nov452The Police and ViolenceLawrence W. Sherman
Lawrence J. ShermanPerspectives on Police and Violence1-12
James Q. WilsonWhat Can the Police Do About Violence13-21
Mark H. MooreThe Police and weapons Offenses22-32
Carl B. KlockersThe Dirty Harry Problem33-47
William Ker Muir, Jr.Power Attracts Violence48-52
Hans TochMobilizing Police Expertise53-62
Mona MargaritaKilling the Police: Myths and Motives63-71
James J. FyfeAlways Prepared: Police Off-Duty Guns72-81
Robert J. FriedrichPolice Use of Force: Individuals, Situations, Organizations82-97
Marshall W. MeyerPolice Shootings at Minorities: The Case of Los Angeles98-110
Arnold Binder and PeterScharfArnold Binder and Peter Scharf111-121
Albert J. Reiss, Jr.Controllong Police Use of Deadly Force122-134
Peter K. ManningViolence and the Police Role135-144
John Van MaanenBeyond Account: The Personal Impact of Police Shootings145-156
1980Sep451Changing Cities: A Challenge to PlanningPierre Laconte
Pierre LacontePrefacevii
Ithiel de Sola PoolCommunications Technology and Land Use1-12
Brian J. L. BerryUrbanization and Counterurbanization in the United States13-20
Yale RabinFederal Urban Transportation Policy and the Highway Planning Process in Metropolitan Areas21-35
Bernard J. FriedenThe Consumer's Stake in Environmental Regulation36-44
Peter HallNew Trends in European Urbanization45-51
Roy DrewettChanging Urban Structures in Europe52-75
Pierre MerlinThe New Town Movement in Europe76-85
Richard C. CollinsChanging Views on Historical Conservation in Cities86-97
Anne Whiston SpirnThe Role of Natural Processes in the Design of Cities98-105
Donald AppleyardLivable Streets: Protected Neighborhoods?106-117
Mary Jo HuthNew Hope for the revival of America'a Central Cities118-129
Robert Cowan and Kelvin MacDonaldChanging Views on Town Planning in Great Britian130-141
Pierre LaconteToward an Intergrated approach of Urban Development and Resources Conservation: The Case of Louvain-La-Nueve142-148
Pierre LaconteEpilogue149-151
1980Jul450Reflections on the Holocaust: Historical, Philosophical, and Educational DimensionsIrene G. Shur, Franklin H. Littell, and Marvin E. Wolfgang
Marvin E. WolfgangA Statement from the Presidentvii-viii
Irene G. Shur, Franklin H. Littell, and Marvin E. WolfgangPrefaceix
Claude R. Foster, Jr.Historical Antecedents: Why the Holocaust?1-19
Alan DaviesRacism and German Protestant Theology: A Prelude to the Holocaust20-34
Yehuda BauerGenocide: Was it the Nazis' Original Plan?35-45
Robert WolfePutative Threat to National Security as a Nuremberg Defense for Genocide46-67
John K. RorhHolcaust Business: Some Reflections on Arbeit Macht Frei68-82
Jack S. BoozerChildren of Hippocrates: Doctors in Nazi Germany83-97
Raul HilbergThe Ghetto as a Form of Government98-112
Henry L. FeingoldFailure to Rescue European Jewry: Wartime Britian and America113-121
Monty N. PenkowerJewish Organizations and the Creation of the U.S. War Refugee Board122-139
Armin F. C. BoyensThe Ecumenical Community and the Holocaust140-152
John S. ConwayThe Holocaust and the Historians153-164
Alice L. Eckardt and A. Roy EckardtThe Holocaust and the Enigma of Uniqueness: A Philosophical Effort at Practical Clarification165-178
Robert F. DrinanThe Christian Response to the Holocaust179-189
Heinz KremersThe First German Church Faces the Challenge of the Holocaust: A Report190-201
Leslie SebbaThe Reparations Agreement: A New Perspective202-212
Franklin H. LittellFundamentals in Holocaust Studies213-217
Chaim SchatzkerThe Teaching of the Holocaust: Dilemmas and Considerations218-226
Arye CarmonProblems in Coping with the Holocaust: Experiences with Students in a Multinational Program227-236
John MendelsohnThe Holocaust: Rescue and Relief Documentation in the National Archives237-249
Fred Roberts CrawfordThe Holocaust: A Never-Ending Agony250-255
Franklin H. LittellEpilogue256
1980May449New Directions in International EducationRichard D. Lambert
Richard D. LambertPrefacevii
Robert A. McCaugheyIn the Land of the Blind: American International Studies in the 1930s1-16
Barbara B. Burn and James A. PerkinsInternational Education in a Troubled World17-30
Paul SimonThe U.S. Crisis in Foreign Language31-44
Richard T. ThompsonNew Directions in Foreign Language Study45-55
Elinor G. Barber and Warren IlchmanThe Preservation of the Cosmopolitan Research University in the United States: The Prospect for the 1980s56-79
John PincusRand Meets The President's Commission: The Life Cycle of a Non-Event80-90
Betty M. BullardA Promising Agenda: International Studies in Elementary and Secondary Education91-101
Robert Black and George W. BonhamThe Council on Learning Project on Undergraduate Education: Education and the World View102-113
Rose Lee HaydenU.S. Government Exchanges: The Quest for Coordination114-128
Barbara B. BurnStudy Abroad and International Exchanges129-140
Samuel L. HaydenForeign Languages, International Studies, and Business (A Dubious Savior)141-150
Richard D. LambertInternational Studies: An Overview and Agenda151-164
1980Mar448The Academic ProfessionPhilip B. Altbach and Sheila Slaughter
Philip G. Altbach and Sheila SlaughterPrefacevii
Philip G. AltbachThe Crisis of the Professoriate1-14
Logan WilsonDialectic Aspects of Recent Change in Academe15-24
Robert T. BlackburnCareers for Academics and the Future Production of Knowledge25-25
Michael A. FaiaTeaching, Research, and Role Theory36-45
Sheila SlaughterThe "Danger Zone"; Academic Freedom and Civil Liberties46-61
Howard B. LondonIn Between: The Community College Teacher62-73
Joseph W. GarbarinoFaculty Unionism: The First Ten Years74-85
Lionel S. LewisAcademic Tenure: Its Recipients and its Effects86-101
Robert C. Johnson, Jr.Afirmative Action and the Academic Profession102-114
Lilli S. HornigUntenured and Tenuous: The Status of Women Fauclty115-125
Thomas Owen EisemonAfrican Academics: A Study of Scientists at the Universities of Ibanan and Nairobi126-138
Suma ChitnisThe Indian academic: An Elite in the Midst of Scarcity139-150
1980Jan447The Social Meaning of DeathRenee C. Fox
Renee C. FoxPrefacevii
Lewis ThomasDying as Failure1-4
Harry S. AbramThe Psychology of Chronic Illness5-10
Harry S. AbramEmotional Aspects of Heart Disease11-18
Raymond S. Duff and A. G. M. CampbellMoral and Ethnical Dilemmas: Seven Years into the Debate About Human Ambiguity19-28
Robert M. Veatech and Ernest TaiTalking About Death: Patterns of Lay and Professional Change29-45
Carol P. GermainNursing the Dying: Implications of Kubler-Ross' Staging Theory46-58
Constance HoldenThe Hospice Movement and Its Implications59-63
George GerbnerDeath in Prime Time: Notes on the Symbolic Functions of Dying in the Mass Media64-70
Otto PollakThe Shadow of Death Over Aging71-77
Maurice A. M. de WachterIs Death and Dying Merely an Etnical Issue?78-88
Michel VovelleRediscovery of Death Since 196089-100
1979Nov446The Uneasy Boundary: Church and StateDean M. Kelley
Dean M. KelleyPrefacevii
Leo PfefferThe Current State of the Law in the United States and the Separationist Agenda1-9
Theodore M. Kerrine and Richard John NeuhausMediating Structures: A Paradigm for Democratic Pluralism10-18
James A. CurryChurch-State Developments Around the World19-31
Charles M. WhelanGovernmental attempts to Define Church and Religion32-51
J. Philip WogamanThe Churches and Legislative Advocacy52-62
James E. Woods, Jr.Religion and Education: A Continuing Dilemma63-77
Thomas Robbins and Dick AnthonyCults, Brainwashing, and Counter-Subversion78-90
Robert L. BeebeTax Problems Posed by Pseudo-Religious Movements91-105
Eugene R. ScheimanGrand Jury Subpeonas and First Amendment Privileges106-115
Robin B. Johansen and Sanford J. RosenState and Local Regulation of Religious Solicitation of Funds: A Constitutional Perspective116-135
Sharon L. WorthingThe State Takes Over a Church136-148
Ronald B. FlowersFreedom of Religion Versus Civil Authority in Matters of Health149-162
1979Sep445Sport and SocietyJames H. Frey
James H. FreyPrefacevii
George H. SageSport and the Social Sciences1-14
Robert LipstyleVarsity Syndrome: The Unkindest Cut15-23
H. Roy KaplanThe Convergence of Work, Sport, and Gambling in America24-38
Jonathan J. BrowerThe Professionalization of Youth Sports39-46
Bruce OgilvieThe Child Athlete: Psychological Implications of Participation in Sports47-58
Kenny MooreThe Campaign for Athletes' Rights59-65
George H. HanfordControversies in College Sports66-79
Judith R. Holland and Carole OglesbyWomen in Sports: The Synthesis Begins80-90
Edward R. GarveyFrom Chattel to Employee: The Athlete's Quest for Freedom and Dignity91-101
Arthur T. JohnsonCongress and Professional Sports: 1951-1978102-115
Harry EdwardsSports Within the Veil: The Triumphs, Tragedies and challenges of Afro-American Involvement116-127
Andrew StrenkWhat Price Victory?: The World of International Sports128-140
March L. KroteeThe Rise and Demise of Sport: A Reflection of Uruguayan Society141-154
Richard E. LapchickSouth Africa: Sport and Apartheid Politics155-166
1979Jul444The Environment and the Quality of Life: A World ViewMarvin E. Wolfgang
Marvin E. WolfgangPrefacevii
Samuel Z. KlausnerThe Energy Social System1-22
David J. BardinTowards a Rational Energy Policy23-31
Lester W. MilbrathPolicy Relevant Quality of Life Research32-45
Donald P. HeathEvironmental Quality and Economic Development46-55
Gerard O. W. MuellerOffenses Against the Environment and their Prevention: An International Appraisal56-66
Joseph Palomba, Jr.Air Pollution Control67-77
William J. SalleeLand, water, and the Environment78-88
Rashmi MayurEnvironmental Problems of Developing Countries89-101
Richard E. HeckertEvironmental Alternatives and Social Goals102-111
Whitman BassowThe Third World: Changing Attitudes Toward Environmental Protection112-120
Douglas M. CostleThe Spread of an Idea: Environmentalism on the International Scene121-127
1979May443Risk and its Treatment: Changing Societal ConsequencesGeorge E. Rejda
George E. RejdaPrefacevii
Robert I. MehrChanging Responsibility for Personal Risks and Societal Consequences: Premature Death and Old Age1-11
C. Arthur Williams, Jr.Meeting the Risk of Unemployment: Changing Societal Responses12-24
Robert A. ZeltenConsequences of Increased Third-Party Payments for Health Care Services25-40
Monroe BerkowitzOccupational Safety and Health41-53
Emil M. Meurer, Jr.Violent Crime Losses: Their Impact on the Victim and Society54-62
Robert J. MyersExpansion or Contraction of Social Security: Serious Side Effects63-71
Jeffrey O'ConnellNo-Fault Insurance: What, Why, and Where72-81
Charles P. Hall, Jr.Medical Malpractice Problem82-93
Barry B. SchweigProducts Liability Problem94-103
Howard KunreutherChanging Societal Consequences of Risk From Natural Hazards104-116
Harold C. KroghGuarantees Against Loss to Transnational Corporations117-128
Mark R. GreeneA Review and Evaluation of Selected Governmental Programs to Handle Risk129-144
1979Mar442The Human Dimensions of U.S. Foreign PolicyJohn Richardson Jr.
John Richardson, Jr.Prefacevii
James GrantPerspectives on developmental Aid: World War I to Today and Beyond1-12
John and Magda McHaleMeeting Basic Human Needs13-27
Lucian W. PyePolitical Modernization: Gaps Between Theory and Reality28-39
Burns RoperThe Limit of Public Support40-45
Leo CherneIdeology and the Balance of Power46-56
Elaine PagelsHuman Rights: Legitimizing A Recent Concept57-62
Donald M. Fraser and John SalzbergInternational Political Parties as a Vehicle for Human Rights63-68
Dante B. FascellThe Helsinki Accord: A Case Study69-76
Leonard R. SussmanMass Media: Opportunities and Threats77-83
Karl Deutsch and Richard MerrittTransnational Communication and the International System84-97
Stephen RhinesmithAmercicaan in the Global Perspectives98-108
Clark KerrEducation for Global Perspectives109-116
John Richardson, Jr.Institutional Innovation: Organizing for Better International Relationships117-124
Harlan ClevelandThe Domestication of International Affairs and Vice Versa125-138
1979Jan441Race and Residence in American CitiesWade Clark Roof
Wade Clark RoofPrefacevii
Wade Clark RoofRace and Residence: The Shifting Basis of American Race Relations1-12
Wilfred G. Marston and Thomas L. Van ValeyThe Role of Residential Segregation in the Assimilation Process13-25
D. Garth TaylorHousing, Neighborhoods, and Race Relations: Recent Survey Evidence26-40
Nathan KantrowitzRacial and Ethnic Residential Segregation: Boston, 1830-197041-54
Theodore Hershberg, Alan Burstein, Eugene Ericksen, Stephanie Greenberg, and William YanceyA Tale of Three Cities: Blacks and Immigrants in Philadelphia, 1850-1880, and 197055-81
Daphne SpainRace Relations and Residential Segregation in New Orleans: Two Centuries of Paradox82-96
Reynolds Farley, Suzanne Bianchi, and Dianne ColasantoBarriers to the Racial Integration of Neighborhoods: The Detroit Case97-113
Thomas F. PettigrewRacial Change and Social Policy114-131
Franklin D. WilsonPatterns of White Avoidance132-141
Robert W. LakeRacial Transition and Black Homeownership in American Suburbs142-156
Karl E. TaeuberHousing, Schools, and Incremental Segregative Effects157-167
Robert E. Mitchell and Richard A. SmithRace and Housing: A Review and Comments on the Content and Effects of Federal Policy168-185
Juliet SaltmanHousing Discrimination: Policy Research, Methods, and Results186-196
1978Nov440The European Community After Twenty YearsPierre-Henri Laurent
Pierre-Henri LaurentPrefacevii
F. Roy WillisOrigins and Evloution of the European Communities1-12
Pierre-Henri LaurentDecade of Devergence and Development13-20
Joyce QuinFrance in the Communities: Presidential and Party Attitudes21-32
Jean-Joseph SchwedThe Parliament and the Commission33-41
Werner FeldThe Court of Justice:e Invisible Arm42-53
Glenda Rosenthal and Donald PuchalaDecisional Systems, Adaptiveness, and European Decisionmaking54-65
Ronald Inglehart and Jacques-Rene RabierEconomic Uncertainty and European Solidarity: Public Opinion Trends66-97
Michael BrennerMonetary Policy: Processes and Policies98-110
Wilfrid L. KohlEnergy Policy in the Communities111-121
Doreen EllisEuropean Industrial Policies: Balancing Interdependence and interest122-134
Michael B. Dolan and James A. CaporasoThe External Relations of the European Community135-155
Stuart A. ScheingoldThe Community in Perspective156-168
1978Sep439Urban Black PoliticsJohn Howard and Robert C. Smith
John HowardA Framework for the Analysis of urban Black Polotics1-15
Robert C. SmithThe Changing Shape of Urban Black Politics: 1960-197016-28
Richard Murray and Arthur VedlitzRacial Voting Patterns in the South: An Analysis of Major Elections in Five Cities29-39
Edmond KellerThe Impact of Black Mayors on Urban Policy40-52
William E. Nelson, Jr.Black Mayors as urban Managers53-67
Lenneal J. HendersonAdministrative Advocacy and Black Urban Administrators68-79
Herrington J. Bruce, Gloria J. Cousar, and William McCoyHousing Problems of Black Mayor Cities80-89
Mack H. JonesBlack Political Enpowerment in Atlanta90-117
H. V. SavitchBlack Cities/White Suburbs: Domestic Colonialism as an Interpretive Idea118-134
Kenneth GibsonA Case for Equity in Federal-Local Relations135-146
John HowardA National Urban Policy: Some Closing Observations147-150
1978Jul438Planning for the ElderlyMarvin E. Wolfgang
Marvin E. WolfgangPrefacevii
Solomon H. KatzAnthropological Perspectives on Aging1-12
Elaine M. BrodyThe Aging of the Family13-27
Faye G. AbdellahLong-Term Policy Issues: Alternatives to Institutional care28-39
Harold L. SheppardThe Issue of Mandatory Retirement40-49
Harrison Givens, Jr.An Evaluation of Mandatory Retirement50-58
George L. Maddox and David C. DellingerAssessment of Functional Status in a Program Evaluation and Resource Allocation Model59-70
M. Powell LawtonLeisure Activities for the Aged71-80
Steven Schack and Robert S. FrankPolice Service Delivery to the Elderly81-95
Joseph A. Califano, Jr.The Aging of America: Questions for the Four-Generation Society96-107
1978May437Medical Ethics and Social ChangeBernard Barber
Bernard BarberPerspectives on Medical Ethics and Social Change1-7
Stanley Joel ReiserHuman Experimentation and the Convergence of Medical Research and Patient Care8-18
Frank P. GradMedical Ethics and the Law19-36
Bradford H. GrayComplexities of Informed Consent37-48
Jeffrey L. BerlantMedical Ethics and Professional Monopoly49-61
Amitai EtzioniIndividual Will and Social conditions62-73
David MechanicEthics, Justice, and Medical Care Systems74-85
John J. LallyThe Making of the Compassionate Physician-Investigator86-98
Diane CraneConsensus and Controversy in Medical Practice: The Dilemma of the Critically Ill Patient99-110
John D. ArnoldEthical Considerations in Selecting Subject Populations for Drug Research111-115
Daniel CallahanAbortion and Medical Ethics116-127
Mervyn Susser, Zena Stein, and Jennie KlineEthics in Epidemiology128-142
1978Mar436American Indians TodayJ. Milton Yinger and George Eaton Simpson
J. Milton Yinger and George Eaton simpsonForewordvii
Alan L. SorkinThe Economic Basis of Indian Life1-12
Robert J. HavighurstIndian Education Since 196013-26
Murray L. Wax and Rosalie H. WaxReligion Among American Indians27-39
Patricia D. MailHippocrates Was a Medicine Man: The Health Care of Native Americans in the Twentieth Century40-49
Raymond V. ButlerThe Bureau of Indian Affairs: Activities Since 194550-60
James E. OfficerThe Bureau of Indian Affairs since 1945: An Assessment61-72
George D. Spindler and Louise S. SpindlerIdentity, Militancy, and Cultural Congruence: The Menominee73-85
Vine Deloria, Jr.Legislation and Litigation Concerning American Indians86-96
Nancy Oestreich LurieThe Indian Claims Commission97-110
Sam Stanley and Robert K. ThomasCurrent Social and Demographic Trends Among North American Indians111-120
Sol TaxThe Impact of Urbanization on American Indians121-136
J. Milton Yinger and George Eaton simpsonThe Integration of Americans of Indian Descent137-151
1978Jan435America in the Seventies: Some Social IndicatorsConrad Taeuber
Conrad TaeuberPrefacevii
Robert Parke and David SeidmenSocial Indicators and Social Reporting1-22
Sheldon H. Danziger and Robert J. LampmanGetting and Spending23-39
Arthur A. CampbellBoom to Birth Dearth and Beyond40-60
Murray S. WeitzmanFinally the Family61-82
Ann R. MillerChanging Work Life Patterns: A Twenty-Five Year Review83-101
Doris B. HollebA Decent Home and Suitable Living Environment102-116
Ida C. MerriamSocial Security and Social Welfare Indicators117-139
Ronald W. Wilson, Jacob J. Feldman, and Mary Grace KovarContinuing Trends in Health and Health Care140-156
Abbott L. FerrissTrends in Education and Training157-178
Barbara L. Carter and Dorothy K. NewmanPerceptions About Black Americans179-205
John P. Robinson"Massification" and Democratization of the Leisure Class206-225
William H. SewellSocial Mobility and Social Participation226-247
David SeidmanPublic Safety: Crime is Up, But What About Punishment248-267
David A. BrusegardSocial Indicators '76 and Perspective Canada II: Elixirs of Reason or of Sleep?268-276
Elmer B. StaatsSocial Indicators and Congressional Needs for Information277-285
Denis F. JohnstonPostlude: Past, Present, and Future286-294
1977Nov434Social Theory and Public PolicyJ. Rogers Hollingsworth
J. Rogers HollingsworthPrefacevii
Jerald Hage and J. Rogers HollingsworthThe First Steps Toward the Integration of Social Theory and Social Policy1-23
Odin W. AndersonAre National Health Services Systems Converging? Predictions for the United States24-38
Lawrence M. MeadHealth Policy: The Need for Governance39-57
Martin O. Heisler and B. Guy PetersToward a Multidimensional Framework for the Analysis of social Policy58-70
Neal GrossTheoretical and Policy Implications of Case Study Findings About Federal Efforts to Improve Public Schools71-87
Burkart Holzner and Leslie Salmon-CoxConceptions of Research and Development for Education in the United States88-100
Lawrence B. JosephNormative Assumptions in Educational Policy Research: The Case of Jencks's Inequality101-113
Ted Robert GurrContemporary Crime in Historical Perspective: A Comparative Study of London, Stockholm, and Sydney114-136
Denis SzaboSociological Criminology and Models of juvenile delinquency and Maladjustment137-150
John T. WoolleyMonetary Policy Instrumentation and the Relationship of Central Banks and Governments151-173
Henry TeuneMacro Theoretical Approaches to Public Policy analysis: The Fiscal Crisis of American Cities174-185
Aron Katsenelinboigen and Herbert S. LevineSome Observations on the Plan-Market Relationship in Centrally Planned Economies186-198
1977Sep433Ethnic Conflict in the World TodayMartin O. Heisler
Richard D. LambertPrefacevii
Martin O. HeislerEthnic Conflict in the World Today: An Introduction1-5
Donald L. HorowitzCultural movements and Ethnic Change6-18
Kenneth McRobertsQuebec and the Canadian Political Crisis19-31
Martin O. HeislerManaging Ethnic Conflict in Belgium32-46
Ronald J. TerchekConflict and Cleavage in Northern Ireland47-59
Marc V. LevineInstitution Design and the Separatist Impulse: Quebec and the Anrebellum American South60-72
Teresa Rakowska-HarmstoneEthnicity in the Soviet Union73-87
Gary K. BertschEthnicity and Politics in socialist Yugoslavia88-99
June Teufel DreyerEthnic Relations in China100-111
George S. HarrisEthnic Conflict and the Kurds112-124
Jyotirindra Das GuptaNation, region, and Welfare: Ethnicity, Regionalism, and development Politics in South Asia125-136
Cynthia H. EnloePolice and Military in the Resolution of Conflict137-149
Christopher HewittMajorities and Minorities: A Comparative Survey of Ethnic Violence150-160
1977Jul432Africa in TransitionMarvin E. Wolfgang
Marvin E. WolfgangPrefacevii
Etienne van de WalleTrends and Prospects of Population in tropical Africa1-11
K. G. V. KrishnaSmallholder Agriculture in Africa-Contraints and Potential12-25
Sandra T. BarnesPolitical Transition in Urban Africa26-41
Lamin SesayCrime and Development in Africa42-51
Godfrey BinaisaOrganization of African Unity and Decolonization: Present and Future Trends52-69
Victor C. UchenduThe Challenge of Cultural Transition in Sub-Saharan Africa70-79
Ruth S. MorgenthauFrom European Colonies to the Third World-The Developing States of Africa80-95
George T. YuChina's Role in Africa96-109
William E. Schaufele, Jr.U.S. Relations in Southern Africa110-119
1977May431Industrial Democracy in International PerspectiveJohn P. Windmuller
John P. WindmullerPrefacevii
Kenneth F. WalkerToward the Participatory Enterprise: A European Trend1-11
Adolf F. SturmthalUnions and Industrial Democracy12-21
John P. WindmullerIndustrial Democracy and Industrial Relations22-31
Andrew W. J. ThomsonNew Focus on Industrial Democracy in Britian32-43
Friedrich FurstenbergWest German Experience with Industrial Democracy44-53
Yves DelamotteThe "Reform of the Enterprise" in France54-62
Bernt SchillerIndustrial Democracy in Scandinavia63-73
Wil AlbedaBetween Harmony and Conflict: Industrial Democracy in the Netherlands74-82
Milton DerberCollective Bargaining: The American Approach to Industrial Democracy83-94
Subbiah Kannappan and V. N. KrishmanParticipative Management in India: Utopia or Snare?95-102
William Foote Whyte and Giorgio AlbertiThe Industrial Community in Peru103-112
Eliezer RosensteinWorker Participation in Israel: Experience and Lessons113-122
J.L. PorketThe Soviet Model of Industrial Democracy123-132
Marius J. BroekmeyerSelf-Management in Yugoslavia133-140
1977Mar430Nuclear Proliferation: Prospects, Problems and ProposalsJoseph I. Coffey
Joseph I. CoffeyPrefacevii
Joseph I. CoffeyQuo Vadimus?1-13
Joseph I. CoffeyPart I Introduction14-15
William EpsteinWhy States Go-And Don't Go-Nuclear16-28
Frank C. BarnabyHow States Can "Go Nuclear"29-43
David KreigerWhat Happens If. . . ? Terrorists, Revolutionaries, and Nuclear Weapons44-57
Ryukichi ImaiSafeguards Against Diversion of Nuclear Material: An Overview58-69
George H. QuesterReducing the Incentives to Proliferation70-81
Joseph I. CoffeyPart II Indtrduction82-83
Ashok KapurNth Powers of the Future84-95
Lewis A. DunnNuclear Proliferation and World Politics96-109
Colin Greyarms Control in a Nuclear Armed World?110-121
Abraham BargmanThe United Nations, The Superpowers, and Proliferation122-132
Frederick C. ThayerProliferation and the Future: Destruction or Transformation?133-146
Michael BrennerDecision Making in a Nuclear armed World147-161
Michael NachtThe United States in a World of Nuclear Powers162-174
1977Jan429The New Rural AmericaFrank Clemente
Frank ClementePrefacevii
G. E. BrandowThe Place of U.S. Food in Eliminating World Hunger1-11
Harold F. BreimyerThe Changing American Farm12-22
Willard W. CochraneThe Price of Farm Products in the Future23-35
Norval D. Glenn and Lester Hill, Jr.Rural-Urban Differences in Attitudes and Behavior in the United States36-50
David Knoke and Constance HenryPolitical Structure of Rural America51-62
Varden Fuller and Bert MasonFarm Labor63-80
E. Grant YoumansThe Rural Age81-90
Randall E. TorgersonFarmer Cooperatives91-102
Hart M. Nelsen and Raymond H. PotvinThe Rural Church and Rural religion: Analysis of Data from Children and Youth103-114
Don A. dillman and Kenneth R. tremblay, Jr.The Quality of Life in Rural America115-129
Gordon F. DeJong and Ralph R. SellPopulation Redistribution, Migration, and Residential Preferences130-144
1976Nov428The American Revolution AbroadRichard L. Park
Richard L. ParkPrefacevii
Esmond WrightThe Revolution and the Constitution: Models of what and for Whom?1-21
Leslie LipsonEuropean Responses to the American Revolution22-32
Richard L. ParkPolitical Modernization in the Developing World: Contributions from American Experiences33-42
Martin C. NeedlerThe Influence of American Institutions in Latin America43-51
Donald P. KommersJudical Review: Its Influence Abroad52-64
Ralph BraibantiThe American Experience in Diffusing Administrative Technology65-76
Harold K. JacobsonStructuring the Global System: American Contributions to International Organization77-90
Richard L. MerrittAmerican Influences in the Occupation of Germany91-103
Robert A. ScalapinoThe American Occupation of Japan-Perspectives After Three Decades104-113
Jose Veloso AbuevaFilipino Democracy and the American Legacy114-134
1976Sep427Role of the Mass Media in American PoliticsL. John Martin
L. John MartinPrefacevii
Carl P. LeubsdorfThe Reporter and the Presidential Candidate1-11
David L. RosenbloomThe Press and the Local Candidate12-22
Sig MickelsonThe Candidate in the Living Room23-32
Dan NimmoPolitical Image Makers and the Mass Media33-44
Albert H. CantrilThe Press and the Pollster45-52
Elmer E. Cornwell, Jr.The President and the Press: Phases in the Relationship53-64
George E. ReedyThe President and the Press: Struggle for Dominance65-72
Michael J. Petrick"Equal Opportunities" and "Fairness" in Broadcast Coverage of Politics73-83
Edwin EmeryChanging Role of the Mass Media in American Politics84-94
John P. RobinsonThe Press and the Voter95-103
John MidgleyAmerican Politics and the Press: A View From Abroad104-113
Joseph NapolitanNmedia Costs and Effects in Political Campaigns114-124
L. John MartinRecent theory on Mass Media Potential in Political Campaigns125-134
1976Jul426Bicentennial Conference on the Constitution: A Report to the AcademyMarvin E. Wolfgang
Marvin E. WolfgangPrefacevii-xiii
Marvin E. WolfgangOpening Remarks at Dedication Ceremonyxiv
William H. HastieDedicatory Ceremony at Independence Hall1-2
Herbert WechslerIntroductory Remarks3-8
Louis H. PollakKeynote Address9-24
Alfred H. Kelly and Richard D. MilesMaintenance of Revolutionary Values25-52
Jack P. GreeneValues and Society in Revolutionary America53-69
Martha A. Field, and Paul BenderRoport on Committee I70-80
Henry J. AbrahamEffectiveness of Governmental Operations81-97
James O. FreedmanReport on Committee II98-105
Frank GoodmanReport on Committee II106-115
Charles E. GilbertShaping of Public Policy116-151
Gerald FrugReport on Committee III152-158
John HonnoldReport on Committee III159-165
Covey T. OliverThe United States and the World Economy166-197
Stephen J. SchulhoferReport on Committee IV198-203
Noyes LeechReport on Committee IV204-212
1976May425Political Finance: Reform and RealityHerbert E. Alexander
Herbert E. AlexanderPrefacevii
Herbert E. AlexanderRethinking Election Reform1-16
David W. AdamanyThe Sources of Money: An Overview17-32
Edwin M. EpsteinCorporations and Labor Unions in Electoral Politics33-58
Paul A. Dawson and James E. ZinserPolitical Finance and Participation in Congressional Elections59-73
Newton N. Minow and Lee M. MitchellIncumbent Television: A Case of Indecent Exposure74-87
Thomas E. Patterson and Robert D. McClureTelevision and the Less-Interested Voter: The Costs of an Informed Electorate88-97
Elmer B. StaatsImpact of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 197198-113
Joel L. Fleishman and Carol S. GreenwaldPublic Interest Litigation and Political Finance reform114-123
Albert J. RosenthalThe Constitution and Campaign Finance Regulation after Buckleu v. Valeo124-133
George AgreePublic Financing After the Supreme Court Decision134-142
Alexander HeardEstablishing Public Confidence in the Electoral Process143-150
1976Mar424International Exchange of Persons: A ReassessmentKenneth Holland
Kenneth HollandPrefacevii
J. William FulbrightThe Most Significant and Important Activity I Have Been Privileged to Engage in During My Years in the Senate1-5
Wallace B. EdgertonWho Participates in Educational Exchange6-15
Kenneth W. ThompsonDeveloping Education v. Education for Development16-28
Douglas P. MurrayExchanges with the People's Republic of China: Symbols and Substance29-42
Ralph H. SmucklerInstitutional Linkages: A Key to Successful International Exchanges43-51
Susan S. HollandExchange of People Among International Companies: Problems and Benefits52-66
William D. CarterStudy and Training Abroad in the United Nations67-77
Joan H. JoshiInternational Exchange in the Arts78-84
Ernest W. LefeverThe Military Assistance Training Program85-95
Alice Reynolds PrattCitizen Diplomat: The Community's Role Today96-106
Michael J. FlackResults and Effects of Study Abroad107-118
1976Jan423Crime and Justice in America: 1776-1976Graeme R. Newman
Graeme R. NewmanPrefacevii
Roger LaneCriminal Violence in America: The First Hundred Years1-13
Travis Hirschi and david RudisillThe Great American Search: Causes of Crime 1876-197614-22
Harold E. PepinskyThe Growth of Crime in the United States23-30
Rita J. SimonAmerican Women and Crime31-46
M. E. GrenanderThe Heritage of Cain: Crime in American Fiction47-66
John W. FitzpatrickPsychoanalysis ans Crime: A Critical Survey of Salient Trends in the Literature67-74
Dwight C. Smith, Jr.Mafia: The Prototypical Alien Conspiracy75-88
John A. DavisBlacks, Crime, and American Culture89-98
Jack M. KressProgress and Prosecution99-116
Alan M. DershowitzCriminal Sentencing in the United States: An Historical and Conceptual Overview117-132
Ernest van den HaugNo Excuse for Crime133-141
John Monahan and Gilbert GeisControlling "Dangerous" People142-151
Leslie T. WilkinsEquity and Republican Justice152-162
1975Nov422The Suburban SeventiesLouis H. Masotti
Louis H. MasottiPrefacevii
Robert L. LineberrySuburbia and the Metropolitan Turf1-9
Sylvia F. FavaBeyond Suburbia10-24
David L. BirchFrom Suburb to Urban Place25-35
Thomas M. ScottImplications of Suburbanization for Metropolitan Political Organization36-44
Joseph Zikmund IIA Theoretical Structure for the Study of Sururban Politics45-60
James W. HughesDilemmas of Suburbanization and Growth Controls61-76
Calvin P. Bradford and Leonard S. RubinowitzThe Urban-Suburban Investment-Disinvestment Process; Consequences for Older Neigherborhoods77-86
Karl E. TaeuberRacial Segregation: The Persisting Dilemma87-96
Everett F. Cataldo, Michael Giles and Douglas GatlinMetropolitan School Desegregation: Practical Remedy or Impractical Ideal?97-104
George Sternlieb and Robert W. LakeAging Suburbs and Black Homeownership105-117
William J. SiembiedaSuburbanization of Ethnics of Color118-128
Helen V. SmooklerAdministration Hara-Kiri: Implementation of the Urban Growth and New Community Development Act129-140
Richard LehneSuburban Foundatins of the New Congress141-152
1975Sep421Perspectives on PublishingPhilip G. Altbach and Sheila McVey
Philip G. Altbach and Sheila McVeyPrefaceix
Philip G. AltbachPublishing and the Intellectual System1-13
Lewis A. CoserPublishers as Gatekeepers of Ideas14-22
Gordon B. NeavillRole of the Publisher in the Dissemination of Knowledge23-33
Michael LaneShapers of Culture: The Editor in Book Publishing34-42
Ann OrlovDemythologizing Scholarly Publishing43-55
Phillip WhittenCollege Textbook Publishing in the 1970s56-66
Sheila McVeyNineteenth Century America: Publishing in a Developing Country67-80
John P. DessauerPity Poor Pascal: Some Sobering Reflections on the American Book Scene81-92
Bill HendersonIndependent Publishing: Today and Yesterday93-105
Ben RussakScholarly Publishing in Western Europe and Great Britian: A Survey and Analysis106-117
Edward E. BooherPublishing in the USSR and Yugoslavia118-129
Datus C. Smith, Jr.The Bright Promise of Publishing in Developing Countries130-139
1975Jul420Adjusting to ScarcityMarvin E. Wolfgang
Marvin E. WolfgangPrefaceix
Everett S. LeePopulation and Scarcity of Food1-10
James P. GrantFood, Fertilizer, and the New Global Polotics of Resource Scarcity11-30
Ian D. McGregorNatural Distribution of Metals and Some Economic Effects31-45
Kenji Takeuchi and Bension VaronCommodity Shortages and Changes in World Trade46-59
Monte E. Canfield, Jr., and John R. HaddGovernment Response to Commodity shortages60-71
Wilfred MalenbaumScarcity: Prerequisite to Abundance72-85
H. Robert SharbaughPetroleum and energy86-97
Amitai EtzioniA Creative Adaptation to a World of Rising Shortages98-110
W. W. RostowThe Developing World in the Fifth Kondratieff Upswing111-124
Milton L. BarronRecent Developments in Minority and Race Relations125-176
1975May419General Revenue Sharing and American FederalismDavid A. Caputo
David A. CaputoPrefaceix
Will S. MyersA Legislative History of Revenue Sharing1-11
Graham W. WittThe Goals and Objectives of General Revenue Sharing12-22
Michael D. ReaganThe Pro and Con Arguments23-35
Allen D. ManvelThe Fiscal Impact of Revenue Sharing36-49
Carl W. StenbergRevenue Sharing and Governmental Reform50-62
Richard L. ColeRevenue Sharing: Citizen Participation and Social Service Aspects63-74
William P. AngrickGeneral Revenue Sharing and Environmental Quality75-87
Henry S. ResuuShould We Abandon Revenue Sharing?88-99
Deil S. WrightRevenue Sharing and Structural Features of American Federalism100-119
Richard P. NathanFederalism and the Shifting Nature of Fiscal Relations120-129
David A. CaputoGeneral Revenue Sharing and American Federalism: Towards the Year 2000130-142
1975Mar418Planning for Full EmploymentStanley Moses
Stanley MosesPrefaceix
Bertram M. Gross and Jeffrey D. Straussman"Full" Employment Growthmanship and the Expansion of Labor Supply1-12
Augustus F. HawkinsPlanning for Personal Choice: The Equal Opportunity and Full Employment Act13-16
Hubert H. HumphreyGuaranteed Jobs for Human Rights17-25
Stanley MosesLabor Supply Concepts: The Political Economy of Conceptual Change26-44
Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr., and Charles A. ThrallCounting the Jobless: The Impact of Job Rationing on the Measurement of Unemployment45-59
K. William KappSocio-Economic Effects of Low and High Employment60-71
James O'ToolePlanning For Total Employment72-84
Robert LekachmanManaging Inflation in a Full Employment Society85-93
Thomas Vietorisz, Robert Mier, and Bennett HarrisonFull Employment at Living Wages94-107
Elizabeth WickendenA Guaranteed Income: Supplement to full Employment Guarantees108-121
David LivingstonLabor Unions and Full Employment122-126
Bernard E. andersonFull Employment and Economic Equality127-137
Irma DiamondThe Liberation of Women in a Full Employment Society138-146
Eleanor GilpatrickEducation for Work: A Full Employment Strategy147-155
David C. WarnerFiscal Barriers to Full Employment156-164
1975Jan417Drugs and Social PolicyRalph M. Susman and Lenore R. Kupperstein
Ralph M. Susman and Lenore R. KuppersteinPrefaceix
Joseph R. GusfieldThe (F)Utility of Knowledge?: The Relation of Social Science to Public Policy Towerds Drugs1-15
Ralph M. SusmanDrug Abuse, Congress and the Fact-Finding Process16-26
Selma MushkinPolitics and Economics of Government Response to Drug Abuse27-40
Stuart M. MatlinsPlanning: A Personal View and Some Practical Considerations41-52
Richard Brotman and Frederic SuffetThe Concept of Prevention and Its Limitations53-65
Jared R. TinklenbergAssessing the Effects of Drug Use on Antisocial Behavior66-75
Lenore R. KuppersteinAssessing the Nature and Dimensions of the Drug Problem76-85
F. Earle Barcus and Susan M. JankowskiDrugs and the Mass Media86-100
Gerald L. Robinson and Stephen T. MillerDrug Abuse and the College Campus101-109
Bertram S. BrownDrugs and Public Health: Issues and Answers110-119
David HechtThe History of Russia and Eastern Europe: A Survey of Scholarly and Related Writings (1966-1970)120-142
1974Nov416Intergovernmental Relations in America TodayRichard H. Leach
Richard H. LeachPrefacexi
Deil S. WrightIntergovernmental Relations: An Analytical Overview1-16
David S. WrightHow Fares federalism in the Mid-Seventies?17-31
Elmer B. StaatsIntergovernmental Relations: A Fiscal Perspective32-39
Thomas J. GravesIGR and the Executive Branch: The New Federalism40-51
Delphis C. GoldbergIntergovernmental Relations: From the Legislative Perspective52-66
John W. Winkle IIIDimensions of Judical Federalism67-76
Philip J. RutledgeFederal-Local Relations and the Mission of the City77-90
Bernard F. HillenbrandCounties: The Emerging Force91-98
Brevard Crihfield and H. Clyde ReevesIntergovernmental Relations: A View from the States99-109
Thad L. BeyleNew Directions in Interstate Relations108-119
John G. Grumm and Russell D. MurphyDillon's Rule Reconsidered120-132
Joseph F. ZimmermanThe Metropolotian Area Problem133-147
Henry W. MaierConflict in Metropolitan Areas148-157
William C. SeylerInterlocal Relations: Cooperation158-169
J. E. HodgettsIntergovernmental Relations in Canada170-180
G. W. JonesIntergovernmental Relations in Britian181-193
1974Sep415Political Consequences of AgingFrederick R. Eisele
Frederick R. EiselePrefaceix
Donald O. CowgillThe Aging of Populations and Societies1-18
Robinson HollisterSocial Mythology and reform: Income Maintenance for the Aged19-40
Robert B. HudsonRational Planning and Organizational Imperatives: Prospects for Area Planning in Aging41-54
Byron D. GoldThe Role of the Federal Government in the Provision of Social Services to Older Persons55-69
Leonard D. CainPolitical Factors in the Emerging Legal Status of the Family70-79
Frank CummingsReforming Private Pensions80-94
Mary Adeliade Mendelson and David HapgoodThe Political Economy of Nursing Homes95-105
Henry J. PlattOld Age Associations in National Politics106-119
Jessie BernardAge, Sex and Feminism120-137
Jacquelyne Johnson JacksonNCBA, Black Aged and Politics138-159
Neal E. Cutler and Vern L. BengtsonAge and Political Alienation: Maturation, Generation and Period Effects160-175
Norval D. Glenn and Lester Hill, Jr.Aging and Conservatism176-186
Bernice L. NeugartenAge Groups in American Society and the Rise of the Young-Old187-198
Robert H. BinstockAging and the Future of American Politics199-212
1974Jul414USA-USSR: Agenda for CommunicationMarvin E. Wolfgang
Marvin E. WolfgangPrefaceix
Herbert S. LevineAn American View of Economic Relations with the USSR1-17
Ivan D. IvanovSoviet-American Economic Copperation: Recent Development, Prospects and Problems18-26
Anatoly A. GromykoThe Future of Soviet-American Diplomacy27-40
Harry SchwartzThe Moscow-Peking-Washington Triangle41-50
Richard S. OvinnikovThe USSR Position on Disarmament in the United Nations51-63
Marshall D. ShulmanArms Control and Disarmament: A View From the USA64-72
Allen H. KassofThe Exchange of People and Ideas73-83
Loren R. GrahamAspects of Sharing Science and Technology84-95
Vladimir L. BykovThe USSR and Security in Europe: A Soviet View96-104
Thomas E. Lasswell and Sandra L. BenbrookSocial Stratification: 1969-1973105-137
Barbara A. DetrickSocial Mobility: 1969-1973138-147
1974May413Interest Groups in International PerspectiveRobert Presthus
Takeshi IshidaInterest Groups Under A Semipermanent Government Party: The Case of Japan1-10
Harry M. Scoble and Laurie S. WisebergHuman Rights and Amnesty International11-26
Nils ElvanderInterest Group in Sweden27-43
Robert PresthusInterest Group Lobbying: Canada and the United States44-57
Hans Daalder and Galen A. IrwinInterests and Institutions in the Netherlands: sessment by the People and by Parliament58-71
L. Pretorius and W. B. VoslooInterest Groups in the Republic of South Africa72-85
Theodore J. LowiInterest Groups and the Consent to Govern: Getting the People Out, For What?86-100
Dusan SidjanskiInterest Groups in Switzerland101-123
Leon Dion and Micheline de SeveQuebec: Interest Groups and the Search for an Alternative Political System124-144
Robert BenewickBritish Pressure Group Politics: The National Council for Civil Liberities145-157
Robert J. WolosinGroup Structure and Role Behavior158-172
1974Mar412The Information RevolutionDonald M. Lamberton
Donald M. LambertonPrefaceix
G. L. S. ShackleDecision: The Human Predicament1-10
Jose Luis L. ArangurenFreedom, Sysbols and Communication11-20
Hubert L. DreyfusArtificial Intelligence21-33
Hazel HendersonInformation and the New Movements for Citizen Participation34-43
Everett M. RogersCommunication in Development44-54
Sune CarlsonInternational Transmission of Information and the Business Firm55-63
Thomas M. HavrileskyInformation and Economic Analysis64-79
Gene WunderlichProperty Rights and information80-96
Frederick E. EmeryMethodological Premises of Social Forecasting97-115
Anthony G. Oettinger and Nikki ZapolWill Information Tecnologies Help Learning116-126
Forrest WarthmanTelecommunications and the City127-137
Robert G. Cheshierinformation in the Health Care System138-144
Donald M. LambertonNational Information Policy145-151
Anatol RapoportWar and Peace152-162
1974Jan411Changing Congress: The Committee SystemNorman J. Ornstein
Norman J. OrnsteinPrefaceix
Richard BollingCommittees in the House1-14
Bill BrockCommittees in the Senate15-26
Walter KravitzEvolution of the Senate's Committee System27-38
David W. RhodeCommittee Reform in the House of Representatives and the Subcommittee Bill of Rights39-47
Roger H. DavidsonRepresentation and Congressional Committees48-62
Herbert B. AsherCommittees and the Norm of Specialization63-74
Walter J. OleszekHouse-Senate Relationships: Comity and Conflict75-86
Philip BrennerCommittee Conflict in the Congressional Arena87-101
Louis FisherCongress, the Executive and the Budget102-113
Mary RussellThe Press and the Committee System114-119
Garrison NelsonAssessing the Congressional Committee System: Contributions from a Comparitave Perspective120-132
Robert L. PeabodyCommittees from the Leadership Perspective133-146
Norman J. OrnsteinTowards Restucturing the Congressional Committee System147-157
Charles O. JonesBetween Party Battalions and Committee Suzerainty158--168
John W. GardnerRestructuring the House of Representatives169-176
1973Nov410The Energy Crisis: Reality or MythRobert M. Lawrence and Norman I. Wengert
Robert M. Lawrence and Norman I. WengertPrefaceix
S. David FreemanIs There an Energy Crisis? An Overview1-10
James T. RameyThe Promise of Nuclear Energy11-23
Helmut J. Frank and John J. Schanz, Jr.The Future of American Oil and Natural Gas24-34
John P. Henry, Jr. and Richard A. SchmidtCoal: Still Old Reliable?35-51
George O. G. LofSolar Energy: An Infinite Source of Clean Energy52-64
Rogers C. B. MortonThe Nixon Administration Energy Policy65-74
James E. AkinsInternational Cooperative Efforst in Energy Supply75-85
Howard P. AllenElectric Utilities: Can They Meet Future Power Needs?86-96
John G. McLeanThe United States Energy Outlook and Its Implications for National Policy97-105
Joseph C. SwidlerThe Challenge to state Regulation Agencies: The Experience of New York State106-119
Kenneth E. BouldingThe Economics of Energy120-126
Lynton K. CaldwellEnergy and Environment: The Bases for Public Policies127-138
Bruce M. HannonAn Energy Standard of Value139-153
Les AspinA Solution to the Energy Crisis: e Case for Increased Competition154-168
1973Sep409Income InequalitySidney Weintraub
Sidney WeintraubPrefaceviii
Kenneth E. BouldingEquality and Conflict1-8
Martin BronfenbrennerEquality and Equity9-23
Paul DavidsonInequality and the Double Bluff24-33
Daniel R. FusfeldA Living Wage34-41
Mary-Townsend HamiltonSex and Income Inequality Among the Employed42-51
Harry G. JohnsonSome Micro-Economic Reflections on Income and Wealth Inequalities53-60
Irving B. KravisA World of Unequal Incomes61-80
Robert J. LampmanMeasured Inequality of Income: What Does It Mean and What Can It Tell Us81-91
Hyman P. MinskyThe Strategy of Economic Policy and Income Distribution92-101
Edward J. NellThe Fall of the House of Efficiency102-111
Tibor ScitovskyInequalities: Open and Hidden, Measured and Immeasurable112-119
Eugene SmolenskyPoverty, Propinquity and Policy120-124
Robert J. Staaf and Gordon TullockEducation and Equality125-134
Joseph E. Stiglitzeducation and Inequality135-145
Lester C. ThurowThe Political Economy of Income Redistribution Policies146-155
Jan TinbergenActual, Feasible and Optimal Income Inequality in a Three-Level Educational Model156-162
Walter A. WeisskopfThe Dialectics of Equality163-173
1973Jul408The Future Society: Aspects of America in the Year 2000Marvin E. Wolfgang
Marvin E. WolfgangPrefaceviii
Suzanne KellerThe Future of Role of Women1-12
Leslie T. WilkinsCrime and Criminal Justice at the Turn of the Century13-29
Wilfred MalenbaumWorld Resources for the Year 200030-46
Anthony J. WeinerThe Future of Economic Activity47-61
Bertram S. BrownMental Health in the Future62-69
George E. EhrlichHealth Challenges of the Future70-82
John A. MorsellEthnic Relations of the Future83-93
Philip A. HartThe Future of the Government Process94-102
Jeremy A. Sabloff, Thomas W. Beale and Anthony M. Kurland, Jr.Recent Developments in Archaeology103-118
1973May407Blacks and the LawJack Greenberg
Jack GreenbergPrefaceix
A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr.Racism and the Early American Legal Process, 1619-18961-17
William H. HastieToward an Equalitarian Legal Order: 1930-195018-31
Marian Wright EdelmanSouthern School Desegregation, 1954-1973: A Judicial-political Overview32-42
Robert L. HerbstThe Legal Struggle to Intergrate Public Schools in the North43-62
Yale RabinHighways as a Barrier to Equal Access63-77
William B. GouldBlack Workers Inside the House of Labor78-90
Albert J. RosenthalEmployment Discrimination and the Law91-101
Robert B. McKayRacial Discrimination in the Electoral Process102-118
Marvin E. Wolfgang and Marc RiedelRace, Judical, Discretion, and the Death Penalty119-133
Walter J. LeonardThe Development of the Black Bar134-143
Kellis E. Parker and Betty J. StebmanLegal Education for Blacks144-155
Haywood BurnsBlack People and the Tyranny of American Law156-166
Louis F. ClaiborneLaw and Race in Britian167-178
1973Mar406The Military and American SocietyAdam Yarmolinsky
Adam YarmolinskyPrefaceix
Samuel P. HuntingtonAfter Containment: The Functions of the Military Establishment1-16
Graham T. AllisonMilitary Capabilities and American Foreign Policy17-37
Dsidney HymanThe Governance of the Military38-47
Robert S. BensonThe Military on Capitol Hill: Prospects in the Quest for Funds48-58
Bernard UdisThe End of Overrun: Prospects for the High Technology Defense Industry and Related Issues59-72
Emilie BenoitCutting Back Military Spending: The Vietnam Withdrawal and the Recession73-79
Edward R. FriedThe Military and the Balance of Payments80-85
Morris JanowitzThe Social Demography of the All-Volunteer Armed Forces86-93
Charles C. Moskos, Jr.The American Dilemma in Uniform: Race in the Armed Forces94-106
Nancy GoldmanThe Utilization of Women in the Military107-116
Davis B. BobrowMilitary Research and Development: Implications for the Civil sector117-128
Amos A. Jordon and William J. TaylorThe Military Man in Academia129-145
Albert D. BidermanWhere Do They Go from Here?-Retired Military in America146-161
Edwin A. Deagle, Jr.Contemporary Professioanlism and Future Military Leadership162-170
Robin M. Williams, Jr.Continuity and Change in Recent Research on Social Institutions171-182
1973Jan405Urban Change and the Planning SyndromeGeorge Fox Mott
George Fox MottPrefaceix
George Fox MottAn Overview: Sensitivities of Compulsive and Planned Change1-6
Edward C. BanfieldA Critical View of the Urban Crisis7-14
Louis K. Loewenstein and Dorn C. McGrath, Jr.The Planning Imperative in America's Future15-24
Joseph F. CoatesUrban Violence-The Pattern of Disorder25-40
Daniel R. MadelkerLegal and Political Forums for Urban Change41-46
Charles R. RossElectricity as a Social force47-54
Robert L. Wrigley, Jr.Small Cities Can Help to Revitalize Rural areas55-64
Gerald F. WinfieldThe Impact of Urbanization on Agricultural Processes65-74
Bruce Lord BandurskiEcology and Economics-Partners for Productivity75-94
Christopher TunnardThe Planning Syndrome in Western Culture95-103
Euiyoung HamUrbanization and Asian Lifestyles104-113
George Fox MottCommunicative Turbulence in Urban Dynamics-Media, Education, and Planning114-130
Patrick HayesThe Arts in america-Our New National Product313-136
Wendell E. HulcherElected Local Leadership in Municipal Government137-144
Robert B. MorrisProfessional Local administration in Municipal Government145-150
Charles W. N. Thompson and Gustave J. RathPlanning Solutions Aided by Management and Systems technology151-162
1972Nov404American Higher Education: Prospects and ChoicesMarvin Bressler
Marvin E. WolfgangA Message From the Presidentix
Marvin BresslerPrefacex
Alexander W. AstinThe Measured Effects of Higher Education1-20
George Z. F. BeredayHigher Education in Comparative Perspective21-30
William W. BrickmanAmerican higher Education in Historical Perspective31-43
Lewis B. MayhewAmerican Higher Education Now and in the Future44-57
Andre DaniereThe Economics of Higher Education58-70
Allan M. CartterFaculty Needs and Resources in American Higher Education71-87
Milton SchwebelPluralism and Diversity in American Higher Education88-100
Preston Wilcoxa Letter to Black educators in Higher Education101-117
Pamela RoyWomen and American Higher Education118-139
William W. Van AlstyneThe Specific Theory of academic Freedom and the General Issue of Civil Liberties140-156
Dennis F. ThompsonDemocracy and the Governing of the University157-169
Lewis S. FeuerStudent Unrest in the United States170-182
Marvin BresslerThe Liberal Synthesis in American Higher Education183-193
Judson JeromeRadical Premises in Collegiate Reform194-206
Dwight R. LaddAchieving Change in Educational Policy in American Colleges and Universities207-216
Dwight WaldoDevelopments in Public Administration217-245
1972Sep403The Multinational CorporationDavid H. Blake
David H. BlakePrefaceix
John FayerweatherThe Internationalization of Business1-11
A. W. ClausenThe Internationalized Corporation: An Executive's View12-21
Bernard Mennis and Karl P. SauvantMultinational Corporations, Managers, and the Development of Regional Identifications in Western Eurpoe22-33
David H. BlakeTrade Unions and the Challenge of the Multinational Corporation34-45
Jack N. BehrmanIndustrial Integration and the Multinational Enterprise46-57
Paolo N. RogersMultinational Corporations: A European View58-66
Richard D. RobinsonThe Developing Countries, Development, and the Multinational Corporations67-79
Dennis M. RayCorporations and American Foreign Relations80-92
Lawrence B. KrauseThe International Economic System and the Multinational Corporation93-103
Chadwick F. AlgerThe Multinational Corporation and the Future International System104-115
Joseph S. NyeMultinational Enterprises and Prospects for regional and Global Politcal Integration116-126
Robert S. WaltersInternational Organizations and the Multinational Corporation: An Overview and Observations127-138
Howard V. PerlmutterThe Multinational Firm and the Future139-152
Carl F. ChristEconometrics and Model-Building, 1967-1972153-162
1972Jul402China in the World TodayRichard D. Lambert
Richard D. LambertForewordix
Albert FeuerwerkerChinese History and the Foreign Relations of Comtemporary China1-14
Donald R. DeGlopperRecent Changes in Chinese Society15-25
John F. MelbyMaoism as a World Force26-39
William W. WilsonDomestic Constraints on Alternative Chinese Military Policies and Straegies in the 1970s40-54
Allen S, WhittingThe Use of Force in Foreign Policy by the People's Republic of China55-66
Harry HardingPolitical Trends in China since the Cultural Revolution67-82
Jonathan MirskyChina after Nixon83-96
Lucian W. PyeChina and the United States: A New Phase97-106
Alexander EcksteinEconomic Development Prospects and Problems in China107-116
Hugh A. BoneSelected Bibliography in American Parties and Elections, 1967-1971: A Brief Annotation117-130
1972May401America and the Middle EastParker T. Hart
Parker T. HartPrefaceix
James A. Field, Jr.Trade, Skills, and Sympathy: The First Century and a Half of Commerce with the Near East1-14
Bayard DodgeAmerican Educational and Missionary Efforts in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries15-22
Raymond A. HareThe Great Divide: World War II23-30
Thomas C. BargerMiddle Eastern Oil Since the Second World War31-44
George LenczowskiUnited States' Sopport for Iran's Independence and Integrity, 1945-195945-55
William H. LewisNorth Africa: Calculus of Policy56-63
Evan M. WilsonThe American Interest in the Palestine Question and the Establishment of Israel64-73
Joseph C. SstterthwaiteThe Truman Doctrine: Turkey74-84
Harry N. HowardThe Regional Pacts and the Eisenhower Doctrine85-94
T. W. AdamsThe American Concern in Cyprus95-105
J. C. HurewitzThe Persian Gulf: British Withdrawal and Western Security106-115
Don PeretzThe United States, The Arabs, and Israel: Peace Efforts of Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon116-125
John C. CampbellThe Soviet Union and the United States in the Middle East126-135
Parker T. HartWhere We Stand136-142
Robert. T. AndersonRecent Trends in Ethnology143-153
1972Mar400The Government as RegulatorMarver H. Bernstein
Marver H. BernsteinIntroductionix
Carl A. AuerbachPluralism and the Administrative Process1-13
Marver H. BernsteinIndependent Regulatory Agencies: A Perspective on their Reform14-26
Joseph ZwerdlingThe Role and Functions of Federal Hearing Examiners27-35
Warner W. GardnerThe Administrative Conference of the United States36-45
Richard C. LeonePublic Interest Advocacy and the Regulatory Process46-58
Richard E. StewartInsurance Regulation: Current Issues and Problems59-68
Anne R. SomersRegulations of Hospitals69-81
Jonathan M. SpivakRegulation of Medical Devices82-94
Orrin B. Conaway, Jr.Coal Mining: New Efforts in an Oil Field95-102
Lynton K. CaldwellEnvironmental Quality as an Administrative Problem103-115
Harold P. GreenNuclear Power Licensing and Regulation116-126
Don R. Le DucThe Cable Question: Evolution or Revolution in Electronic Mass Communications127-139
Dante GerminoSome Observations on Recent Political Philosophy and Theory140-148
1972Jan399The Nation's Health: Some IssuesSylvester E. Berki and Alan W. Heston
Sylvester E. Berki and Alan W. HestonIntroductionix
David MechanicHuman Problems and the Organization of Health Care1-11
Mary W. HermanThe Poor: Their Medical Needs and the Health Services Supplied Them12-21
Irving LevesonThe Economics of Health Services for the Poor22-29
Roger E. Stevenson and R. Rodney HowellSome Medical and Social Aspects of the Treatment for Genetic-Metabolic Diseases30-37
Cecil G. Sheps and Conrad SeippThe Medical School: Its Products and Its Problems38-49
Duncan Neuhauser and Fernand TurcotteCosts and Quality of Care in Different Types of Hospitals50-61
Ronald Andersen and J. Joel MayFactors Associated with the Increasing Cost of Hospital Care62-72
Theodore E. ChesterUnited States Hospital Costs in International Perspective73-81
Michael LynchThe Physician "Shortage": The Economists' Mirror82-88
Robert N. GrosseCost-Benefit Analysis of Health Service89-99
Merwyn R. GreenlickThe Impact of Prepaid Group Practice on American Medical Care: A Critical Evaluation100-113
Howard N. NewmanMedicare and Medicaid114-124
Sylvester E. BerkiNational Health Insurance: An Idea Whose Time Has Come?125-144
Bruce C. StuartWho Gains From Public Health Programs145-150
William L. Kissick and Samuel P. MartinIssues of the Future in Health151-159
Anne SomersThe Nation's Health: Issues for the Future160-174
1971Nov398Propaganda in International AffairsL. John Martin
L. John MartinIntroductionix
W. Phillips DavisonSome Trends in International Propaganda1-13
John B. WhittonHostile International Propaganda and International Law14-25
Ralph K. WhitePropaganda: Morally Questionable and Morally Unquestionable Techniques26-35
Bryant WedgeInternational Propaganda and Statecraft36-43
Daniel LernerIs International Persuasion Socialologically Feasible?44-49
Yasumasa TanakaPsychological Factors in International Propaganda50-60
L. John MartinEffectiveness of International Propaganda61-70
Francis S. Ronalds, Jr.The Future of International Broadcasting71-80
Bernard RubinInternational Film and Television Propaganda: Campaigns of assistance81-92
Y. V. Lakshmana RaoPropaganda Through the Printed Media in the developing Countries93-103
Arthur GoodfriendThe Dilemma of Cultural Propaganda: "Let It Be"104-112
Kenneth R. Sparksselling Uncle Sam in the Seventies113-123
Sir Harold BeeleyThe Changing Role of British International Propaganda124-129
Zygmunt Nagorski, Jr.Soviet International Propaganda: Its Role, Effectiveness, and Future130-139
1971Sep397Seven Polarizing Issues in AmericaMelvin K. Whiteleather
Melvin K. WhiteleatherIntroductionix
Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr.Should the United States Retain a Military Presence in Eurpoe and Asia?1-10
David G. MarrThe United States in Vietnam: A Study in Futility11-18
Fred E. Inbau and Frank G. CarringtonThe Case for the So-Called "Hard Line" Approach to Crime19-27
Daniel L. SkolerThere's More to crime Control Than the Get-Tough Approach28-39
Milton J. ShappThe Need for Increased Public Investment40-47
Melville J. UlmerThe Limitations of Revenue Sharing48-59
John F. ManleyThe Rise of Congress in Foreign Policy-Making60-70
Louis W. KoenigThe President Needs New Kinds of Power71-82
Robert RothA Rapid Change of Sentiment83-87
Louis M. SeagullThe Youth Vote and Change in american Politics88-96
Bernard L. Bonniwellthe Social Control of Pornography and sexual Behavior97-104
W. Cody WilsonFacts Versus Fears: Why Should We Worry About Pornography?105-117
Joan MandleWomen's Liberation: Humanizing Rather Than Polarizing118-128
Karen T. Romer and Cynthia SecorThe Time Is Here for Women's Liberation129-139
1971Jul396America's Most Challenging ObjectivesRichard D. Lambert
Richard D. LambertIntroductionix
Wallace B. EdgertonThe Development of Federal assistance to the Humanities1-12
William D. RuckelshausThe Beginning of the New American Revolution13-24
Lloyd N. CutlerThomas Jefferson, Won't You Please Come Home?25-39
Marvin B. SussmanFamily Ssytems in the 1970's: Analysis, Policies, and Programs50-56
Marvin BresslerThe American College: Some Problems and Choices57-69
Harold R. SimsWhitney Young's Open Society70-78
Neil W. ChamberlainStabilization of Labor Relations?79-89
Frank W. SchiffControl of Inflation and Recession90-104
Wesley W. PosvarReshaping Our Foreign Policy105-114
1971May395Students ProtestPhilip G. Altbach and Robert S. Laufer
Philip G. Altbach and Robert S. LauferIntroductionix
Philip G. Altbach and Patti PetersonBefore berkeley: Historical Perspectives on American Student Activism1-14
James P. O'BrienThe Development of the New Left15-25
Joseph R. GusfieldStudent Protest and University response26-38
Kenneth Keniston and Michael LernerCampus Characteristics and Campus Unrest39-53
Milton Mankoff and Richard FlacksThe Changing Social Base of the American Student Movement54-67
S. N. EisenstadtGenerational Conflict and Intellectual Antinomainism68-79
Robert S. LauferSources of Generational Consciousness and Conflict80-94
John R. SeeleyStances and Substances95-104
Barbara G. MyerhoffThe Revolution as a Trip: Symbol and Paradox105-116
Edgar Z. FriedenbergThe High School as a Focus of "Student Unrest"117-126
Frank A. PinnerStudents-A Marginal Elite in Politics127-138
Raymond BoudonSources of Student Protest in France139-149
Michiya ShimboriStudent radicals in Japan150-158
Arthur LiebmanStudent Activism in Mexico159-170
William John HannaStudent Protest in Independent Black africa171-183
Kenneth Keniston and Michael LernerSelected References of Student Protest184-194
1971Mar394Social Science and the Federal GovernmentGene M. Lyons
Gene M. LyonsSocial Science and the Federal Gevernment: An Introductory Note1-3
Sanford LakoffKnowledge, Power, and Democratic Theory4-12
Philip GreenThe Obligations of American Social Scientists13-27
Harold OrlansThe Political Uses of Social Research28-35
Gene LyonsThe President and His Experts36-45
Edward S. Flash, Jr.Macro-Economics for Macro-Policy46-56
Allan SchickFrom Analysis to Evaluation57-71
Michael LipskySocial Scientists and the Riot Commission72-83
Norman BeckmanCongressional Information Processes for National Policy84-99
Henry W. RieckenThe Federal Government and social science Policy100-113
Conrad TaeuberThe Federal Government as a source of Data114-124
Gene M. LyonsMore Reading: A Bibliographic Note125-128
1971Jan393Social Information for Developing CountriesItzhak Galnoor
Itzhak GalnoorSocial Information for What?1-19
Zygmunt BaumanUses of Information: When Social Information Becomes Desired20-31
Peter WilesCrisis Prediction32-39
Louis GuttmanSocial Problem Indicators40-46
Anthony J. N. JudgeInformation Systems and Inter-Organizational Space47-64
Donald V. McGranahanAnalysis of Socio-Economic Development Through a System of Indicators65-81
Jan DrewnowskiThe Practical Significance of Social Information82-91
Zahid ShariffSocial Information and Government-Sponsored Development: A Case Study from West Pakistan92-108
Wilfred MalenbaumProgress in Health: What Index of What Progress?109-121
Elmer C. BrattEconomic Growth and Function112-131
1970Nov392How Wars EndWilliam T. R. Fox
William T. R. FoxForewordviii
William T. R. FoxThe Causes of Peace and Conditions of War1-13
Berenice A. CarrollWar Termination and Conflict Theory: Value Premises, Theories, and Policies14-29
George H. QuesterWars Prolonged by Misunderstood signals30-39
Bryce WoodWar Termination in Latin America40-50
Quincy WrightHow Hostilities Have Ended: Peace Treaties and Alternatives51-61
Robert RothsteinDomestic Politics and Peacemaking: Reconciling Imcomplete Imperatives62-75
Robert RandleThe Domestic Orgins of Peace76-85
Morton H. HalperinWar Termination as a Problem in Civil-Military Relations86-95
Paul SeaburyProvisionality and Finality96-104
Paul KecskemetiPolitical Rationality in Ending War105-115
Edmund O. StillmanCivilian Sanctuary and Target avoidance Policy in Thermonuclear War116-132
Herman KahnIssues of Thermonuclear War Termination133-182
1970Sep391Collective ViolenceJames F. Short, Jr. and Marvin E. Wolfgang
James F. Short, Jr. and Marvin E. WolfgangOn Collective Violence: Introduction and Overview1-8
Allen D. GrimshawInterpreting Collective Violence: An argument for the Importance of Social Structure9-20
Gary T. MarxIssueless Riots21-33
Elliott Currie and Jerome H. SkolnickA Critical Note on conceptions of Collective Behavior34-45
Neil J. SmelserTwo Critics in Search of a Bias: A Response to Currie and Skolnick46-55
H. L. NieburgAgonistics-Rituals of Conflict56-73
Hugh Davis GrahamThe Paradox of American Violence: A Historical Commentary74-82
Sheldon G. LevyThe Psychology of Political Activity83-96
William A. Gamson and James McEvoyPolice Violence and Its Public Activity97-110
Peter H. Rossi and Richard A. BerkLocal Political Leadership and Popular Discontent in the Ghetto111-127
Ted Robert GurrSources of Rebellion in Western societies: Some Quantitative Evidence128-144
Melvin small and J. David SingerPatterns in International Warfare, 1816-1965145-155
Robert B. SmithRebellion and Repression and the Vietnam War156-167
James S. CampbellThe Usefulness of Commission Studies of collective Violence168-176
Vernon M. Goetcheus and Harvey C. MansfieldInnovations and Trends in the Study of American Politics177-187
1970Jul390A New American Posture Towards AsiaJames C. Charlesworth
James C. CharlesworthForewordviii
Fred GreeneThe Case For and Against Military Withdrawal from Vietnam and Korea1-17
T. T. B. KohInternational Collaboration Concerning Southeast Asia18-26
Joseph S. ClarkAsia and the Prospects for World Order27-37
John H. BadgleyThe American Territorial Presence in Asia38-47
W. Howard WrigginsThe Presence in Southeast Asia of Outside Powers48-62
U. Alexis JohnsonThe Role of Japan and the Future of American Relations with the Far East63-72
A. Doak BarnettThe New Multipolar Balance in East Asia: Implications for United States Policy73-86
Phillips TalbotThe American Posture Toward India and Pakistan87-97
Parker T. HartAn American Policy Toward the Middle East98-113
Hans J. MorgenthauInternational Relations, 1965-1969114-119
Leo F. SchnoreDemography and Human Ecology: Some Apparent Trends120-128
1970May389Society and its Physical EnvironmentSamuel Z. Klausner
Samuel Z. KlausnerThinking Social-Scientifically About Environmental Quality1-10
Lawrence KraderEnvironmental Threat and Social Organization11-18
George E. RuffAdaptation Under Extreme Environmental Conditions19-26
William R. Burch, Jr.Resources and Social Structure: Some Conditions of Stability and Change27-34
Rolf MeyersohnThe Charismatic and the Playful in Outdoor Recreation35-45
Abbott L. FerrissThe Social and Personality Correlates of Outdoor Recreation46-55
Allen V. KneeseEconomic Responsibility for the By-Products of Production56-62
John V. Krutilla and Jack L. KnetschOutdoor Recreation Economics63-70
Joseph L. SaxEmerging Legal Strategies: Judical Intervention71-76
Jack C. Oppenheimer and Leonard A. MillerEnvironmental Problems and Legislative Responses77-86
Kenneth H. CraikThe Environmental Dispositions of Environmental Decision-Makers87-94
David B. HertzThe Technological Imperative-Social Implications of Professional technology95-106
Lynton K. CaldwellAuthority and Responsiblilty for Environmental administration107-115
W. W. HowellsRecent Physical Anthropology116-127
1970Mar388Political Intelligence for America's FutureBertram M. Gross and Michael Springer
Michael SpringerForewordix
Michael SpringerSocial Indicators, reports, and Accounts: Toward the Management of Society1-13
Edward SchneierThe Intelligence of Congress: Information and Public Policy Patterns14-24
Amitai EtzioniIndicators of the Capacities for Societal Guidance25-34
Norton E. LongIndicators of Change in Political Institutions35-45
Harold L. WilenskyIntelligence in Industry: The Uses and Abuses of Experts46-58
Ross StagnerPerceptions, Aspirations, Frustrations, and Satisfactions: An Approach to Urban Indicators59-68
George GerbnerCultural Indicators: The Case of Violence in Television Drama69-81
Bruce M. RussettIndicators for America's Linkage with the Changing World82-96
Milton Rokeach and Seymour ParkerValues as Social Indicators of Poverty and Race Relations in America`97-111
Mancur OlsonAn Analytic Framework for Social Reporting and Policy Analysis112-126
Carol AgocsSocial Indicators127-132
Robert N. BurrRecent Developments in Latin American History133-144
1970Jan387The Sixties - Radical Change in American ReligionJames M. Gustafson
James M. GustafsonForewordix
Sydney E. AhlstromThe Radical Turn in Technology and Ethics: Why It Occurred in the 1960's1-13
James T. LaneyThe New Morality and the Religious Communities14-21
Eugene B. BorowitzJewish Theology Faces the 1970's22-29
Eugene C. BianchiJohn XXIII, Vatican II, and American Catholicism30-40
Theodore G. stylianopoulosThe Orthodox Church in America41-48
James H. ConeBlack Consciousness and the Black Church: A Historical-Theological Interpretation49-55
Ernest R. SandeenFundamentalism and American Identity56-65
Winston L. KingEastern Religions: A New Interest and Influence66-76
Joseph H. FichterCatholic Church Professionals77-85
Richard Henry LueckeProtestant Clergy: New Forms of Ministry, New Forms of Training86-95
Manfred VogelSome Reflections on the Jewish-Christian Dialogue in the Light of the Six-Day War96-108
Daniel CallahanContraception and Abortion: American Catholic Responses109-117
Jeffrey K. HaddenClergy Involvement in Civil Rights118-127
Richard John NeuhausThe War, the Churches, and Civil Religion128-140
Beatrice F. HyslopTrends in Historical Writing About Modern Western Europe in the Last Five Years141-176
1969Nov386The Protagonist Powers and the Third World: Essays on the Changing International SystemWayne Wilcox
Wayne WilcoxThe Protagonist Powers and the Third World1-9
Paul Y. HammondPresidents. Politics, and International Intervention10-18
Thomas Perry ThorntonA View from Washington19-30
Fritz ErmarthThe Soviet Union in the Third world: Purpose in Search of Power31-40
Lev Stepanov"One Percent": The Problem of Economic Aid41-53
Sisir GuptaThe Third World and the Great Powers54-63
Thomas W. RobinsonPeking's Revolutionary Strategy in the Developing World: The Failure of Success64-77
Dietmar RothermundIndia and the Soviet Union78-88
Leo E. Rose and Roger DialCan a Ministate Find True Happiness in a World Dominated by Protagonist Powers?: The Nepal Case89-101
Linda B. MillerThe New States and the International Society102-112
Ciro ZoppoNuclear Technology, weapons, and the Third World113-125
Terence K. HopkinsThird world Modernization in Transnational Perspective126-136
Peter LyonEurope and the Third World137-147
Arthur I. BloomfieldRecent Trends in International Economics148-168
1969Sep385Evaluating the War on PovertyLouis A. Ferman
Louis A. FermanForewordix
Roger H. DavidsonThe War on Poverty: Experiment in Federalism1-13
Lillian B. RubinMaximum Feasible Participation: The Orgins, Implications, and Present Status14-29
Sanford Kravitz and Ferne K. KolodnerCommunity Action: Where Has It Been?Where Will IT Go?30-40
James L. SundquistCo-Ordinating the War on Poverty41-49
Garth L. MangumThe Why, How, and Whence of Manpower Programs50-62
Sar A. LevitanThe Community Action Program: A Strategy to Fight Poverty63-75
Michael AikenCommunity Powre and Community Mobilization76-88
Martin ReinChoice and Change in the American Welfare System89-109
Pamela RobyInequality: A Trends Analysis110-117
Walter Williams and John W. EvansThe Politics of Evaluation: The Case of Head Start118-132
Robert S. Weiss and Martin ReinThe Evaluation of Broad-Aim Programs: A Cautionary Case and a Moral133-142
Louis A. FermanSome Perspectives on Evaluatuing Social Welfare Programs143-157
Bernard J. SiegelSome Recent Developments in Studies of Social and Cultural Change157-174
1969Jul384America's Changing Role as a World LeaderJames C. Charlesworth
James C. CharlesworthForewordix
Richard A. YudkinAmerican Armed Strength and Its Influence1-13
George S. McGovernAre Our Military Alliances Meaningful?14-20
Robert V. RoosaThe American Share in the Stream of International Payments21-34
Raymond F. MikesellChanging World Trade Patterns and America's Leadership Role35-44
Paul FindleyDoes American Foreign Policy Entail Frequent Wars?45-52
Kenneth T. YoungAsia and America at the Crossroads53-65
Joseph J. SiscoThe United States and the Arab-Israeli Dispute66-72
William S. GaudThe Current Effect of the American Aid Program73-84
Jacob CanterOur Cultural "Exports": A View of the United States Exchange Program85-95
Don MartindaleAmerica's Moral and Ethical Stature Abroad96-103
Thomas E. Lasswell and Sandra L. BenbrookSocial Stratification: 1964-1968104-134
1969May383Progress in Family LawJohn S. Bradway
John S. BradwayIntroductionix
Felix InfaustoPerspective on Adoption1-12
Morris PloscoweAlimony13-22
W. J. BrockelbankThe Family Desertion Problem Across State Lines23-33
Thomas A. CoyneWho Will Speak for the Child?34-47
Robert F. Drinan, S. J.American Laws Regulating the Formation of the Marriage Contract48-57
Harry D. Krause"Why Bastard, Wherefore Base?"58-70
Doris Jonas Freed and Henry H. FosterDivorce American Style71-88
Morris N. HartmanAnnulment of Marriage89-100
Charles W. Tenney, Jr.The Utopian World of Juvenile Courts101-118
Jacob T. ZukermanThe Family Court-Evolving Concepts119-128
Henry H. Foster, Jr.The Future of Family Law129-144
John J. HonigmannPsychological Anthropology145-158
1969Mar382Protest in the SixtiesJoseph Boskin and Robert A. Rosenstone
Joseph Boskin and Robert A. RosenstoneIntroductionix
Joseph BoskinThe Revolt of the Urban Ghettos, 1964-19671-14
J. Herman BlakeBlack Nationalisn15-25
Manuel Maldonado-DenisThe Puerto Ricans: Protest or Submission?26-31
Edgar Z. FriedenbergThe Generation Gap32-42
John Robert HowardThe Flowering of the Hippie Movement43-55
Allen GuttmannProtest against the Vietnam War56-63
Staughton LyndThe New Left64-72
Sheilah R. KoeppenThe Rupublican Radical Right73-82
Jonathan Eisen and David SteinbergThe Student Revolt Against Liberalism83-94
Robert HassengerConflict in the Catholic Colleges95-108
Gordon E. MisnerThe Response of Police Agencies109-119
David MarsThe Federal Government and Protest120-130
Robert A. Rosenstone"The Times They Are A-Changin'": The Music of Protest131-144
1969Jan381The Future of CorrectionsJohn P. Conrad
John P. ConradIntroductionxi
Richard A. McGee"What's Past Is Prologue"1-10
Clarence SchagThe Correctional System: Problems and Prospects11-20
Anthony PlattThe Rise of the Child-Saving Movement: A Study in Social Policy and Correctional Reform21-38
Merfyn TurnerThe Lesson of Norman House39-46
Marguerite Q. WarrenThe Case for Differential Treatment of Delinquents47-59
Milton LugerInnovations in the Treatment of Juvenile Offenders60-70
Milton BurdmanRealism in Community-Based Correctional Services71-80
H. G. MoellerThe Continuum of Corrections81-88
Harold B. BradleyDesigning for Change: Problems of Planned Innovation in Corrections89-98
Vincent O'LearySome Directions for Citizen Involvement in Corrections99-108
Hans W. Mattick and Alexander B. AikmanThe Cloacal Region of American Corrections109-118
Marvin E. WolfgangCorrections and the Violent Offender119-124
Leslie T. Wilkins and Thomas GitchoffTrends and Projections in Social Control Systems125-136
Norval Morris and Frank ZimringDeterrence and Corrections137-146
Carol CrowtherCrimes, Penalities, and Legislature147-158
1968Nov380Resources and Needs of American DiplomacySmith Simpson
Smith SimpsonForewordix
Foy D. KohlerThe Problems We Face: An Introductory Comment1-8
Howard FurnasThe President: A Changing Role?9-15
Graham MartinOrganizational Imperatives16-28
John Ensor HarrThe Managerial Class29-38
Fisher HowePolicy-Planning in the New Diplomacy39-49
E. Raymond PlatigResearch and Analysis50-59
Charles W. Bray IIIPeople: The Squandered Resource60-69
Norris S. HaseltonMorale70-75
Elizabeth A. BeanDown in Generation Gap: The Junior Foreign Service Officer Looks at the System76-81
Richard H. UllmanEducation and Training for Our New Diplomacy82-88
George L-P WeaverResources of Other Departments: A Case Study89-96
John C. AuslandPolitico-Military Problems and Resources97-104
Daniel C. LazorchickForeign Policy and Diplomatic Initiative in Washington105-111
David K. WillisDealing With Congress112-117
Prter F. KroghThe State De[artment at Home118-124
Richard CritchfieldLessons of Vietnam125-134
Smith SimpsonThe Nature and Dimensions of Diplomacy135-144
Sidney WeintraubTheoretical Economics145-162
Thorsten SellinPostscript163
1968Sep379Financing DemocracyAlfred G. Buehler
Alfred G. BuehlerThe Cost of Democracy1-12
Charles J. ZwickBudgeting for Federal Responsibilities13-21
Eugene F. RintaThe Federal Budget and Expenditure Control22-30
Brevard Crihfield and George A. BellBudgeting for State and Local Government Services31-38
C. Lowell HarrisEfficiency in State and Local Government Expenditures39-52
Leon H. KeyserlingFederal Finances and the Economy53-62
Raymond J. SaulnierAn Appraisal of Federal Fiscal Policies: 1961-196763-71
George MeanyLabor Looks at Government Finances72-77
C. Camby BalderstonFiscal and Monetary Policy78-82
Richard GoodeThe Tax Burden in the United States and Other Countries83-93
Harold M. GrovesThe Canadian Tax Report and the American Tax System94-101
Dan Throop SmithFederal Tax Reform102-113
Miroslav A. KrizThe Need for a Reappraisal of American Tax Policies114-122
Alfred ParkerGovernment Finances and Citizen Responsibility123-131
C. C. Lamber-KarlovskySelected Aspects of Archaeology, 1964-1968132-150
1968Jul378The Changing American People: Are we Deteriorating or Improving?James C. Charlesworth
James C. CharlesworthForewordviii
Major General Melvin ZaisThe Physical and Moral Stamina of American Youth1-10
Robert TheobaldThe Implications of American Physical Abundance11-21
Harold W. Demone, Jr.Mental Illness, Alcoholism, and Drug Dependence22-33
Wayne A. R. LeysEthics in American Business and Government: The Confused Issues34-44
Mulford Q. SibleyAnonymity, Dissent, and Individual Integrity in America45-57
Albert EllisSexual Promiscuity in America58-67
Wesley C. ClarkThe Impact of Mass Communications in America68-74
Theodore BrameldThe Quality of Intellectual Discipline in America75-82
Don MartindaleTimidity, Conformity, and the Search for Personal Identity83-89
Amy VanderbiltBad Manners in America90-98
Oliver BensonThe Stature of the American in the World Community99-108
August HeckscherChanging Styles in Art and Entertainment109-116
Edmund N. BaconAmerican Homes and Neighborhoods, City and Country117-129
J. Milton YingerRecent Developments in Minority and Race Relations130
1968May377The Ombudsman or Citizen's Defender: A Modern InstitutionRoy V. Peel
Rou V. PeelForewordix
Bertil WennergrenThe Rise and Growth of Swedish Institutions for Defending The Citizen Against Official Wrongs1-9
Alfred BexeliusThe Origin, Nature, and Functions of the Civil and Military Ombudsmen in Sweden10-19
Hing Yong ChengThe Emergence and Spread of the Ombudsman Institution20-30
Mikael J. V. HidenFinland's Defenders of the Law31-40
Sverre ThuneThe Norwegian Ombudsmen for Civil and Military Affairs41-54
Henry J. AbrahamThe Danish Ombudsman55-61
Geoffrey SawerThe Ombudsmsn and Related Institutions in Australia and New Zealand62-72
Helmut Bader and Henry BromptonRemedies Against Administrative Abuse in Central Europe, the Soviet Union, and Communist East Europe (Ombudsmen and Others)73-86
Geoffrey MarshallThe British Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration87-96
John Clarke AdamsIn Quest of the Ombudsman in the Mediterranean Area97-103
Ake SandlerAn Ombudsmman for the United States104-110
Jesse M. UnruhThe Ombudsman in the States111-121
Frank P. ZeidlerAn Ombudsman for Cities?122-127
Dalmas H. Nelson and Eugene C. PriceRealignment, Readjustment, Reform: The Impact of the Ombudsman on American Constitutional and Political Institutions128-138
John A. ClausenRecent Developments in Socialization Theory and Research139-155
1968Mar376Sex and the Contemporary American SceneEdward Sagarin
Edward SagarinTaking Stock of Studies of Sex1-5
Erwin O. Smigel and Rita SeidenThe Decline and Fall of the Double Standard6-17
Charles WinickThe Beige Epoch: Depolarization of Sex Roles in America18-24
J. Richard UdrySex and Family Life25-35
Robert BoyersAttitudes Toward Sex in American "High Culture"36-52
Mary S. CalderoneSex Education and the Roles of School and Church53-60
Bernard Rosenberg and Joseph BensmanSexual Patterns in Three Ethnic Subcultures of an American Underclass61-75
Theodore N. FerdinandSex Behavior and the American Class Structure: A Mosaic76-85
Isadore RubinThe "Sexless Older Years"-A Socially Harmful Stereotype86-95
Albert EllisSexual Manifestations of Emotionally Disturbed Behavior96-105
John H. Gagnon and William SimonSexual Deviance in Contemporary America106-122
T. C. EsselstynProstitution in the United States123-135
Edwin M. SchurAbortion136-147
Donal E. J. MacNamaraSex Offenses and Sex Offenders148
1968Jan375Women Around the WorldAlthea K. Hottel
Althea K. HottelWomen Around the World: An Introductory Comment1-2
Jessie BernardThe Status of Women in Modern Patterns of Culture3-14
Jeanne Claire RidleyDemographic Change and the Roles and Status of Women15-25
Julia J. HendersonImpact of the World Social Situation on Women26-33
Lakshmi N. MenonFrom Constitutional Recognition to Public Office34-43
Inger Margete PedersenStatus of Women in Private Law44-51
Rosamonde Ramsay BoydWomen and Politics in the United States and Canada52-57
Nelly FestiniWomen in Public Life in Peru58-60
Marcelle Stanislas DevaudPolitical Participation of Western European Women61-66
Kamila ChylinskaPolitical Activity of Women in Eastern Europe67-71
Baraet Zeki UngorWomen in the Middle East and North Africa and Universal Suffrage72-81
Angie E. BrooksPolitical Participation of Women in Africa South of the Sahara82-85
Amara RaksasatayaThe Political Role of Southeast Asian Women86-90
Taki FujitaWomen and Politics in Japan91-95
Ada NorrisWomen's Political Participation in the South Pacific96-101
Elizabeth JohnstoneWomen in Economic Life: Rights and Opportunities102-114
Alison Raymond LanierWomen in the Rural areas115-123
Alice H. CookWomen and American Trade Unions124-132
Nicole M. FriderichAccess to Education at All Levels133-144
Jeanne Henriette ChatonThe UNESCO Long-Range Program for the Advancement of Women145-153
Ina M. BeasleyEducation Is the Key for Women154-162
Margaret K. BruceAn Account of United Nations Action to Advance the Status of Women163-175
James H. SoltowRecent Developments in United States History, 1963-1966176
1967Nov374Combating CrimeLloyd E. Ohlin and Henry S. Ruth, Jr.
Lloyd E. Ohlin and Henry S. Ruth, Jr.Forewordix
Albert D. Biderman and Albert J. Reiss, Jr.On Exploring the "Dark Figure" of Crime1-15
Albert D. BidermanSurveys of Population Samples for Estimating Crime Incidence16-33
Jennie McIntyrePublic attitudes Toward Crime and Law Enforcement34-46
Albert J. Reiss, Jr. and Donald J. BlackInerrogation and the Criminal Process47-57
Bruce J. TerrisThe Roleof the Police58-69
Arthur RosettThe Negotiated Guilty Plea70-81
Elmer K. Nelson, Jr.Community-Based Correctional Treatment: Rationale and Problems82-91
Alfred BlumsteinSystems Analysis and the Criminal Justice System92-100
Donald R. CresseyMethodological Problems in the Study of Organized Crime as a Social problem101-112
Henry S. Ruth, Jr.Why Organized Crime Thrives113-122
John A. GardinerPublic Attitudes Toward Gambling and Corruption123-134
Richard H. BlumDrugs, Beahvior, and Crime135-146
Gerald SternPublic Drunkenness: Crime of Health Problem?147-156
Sanford H. KadishThe Crisis of Overcriminalization157-170
Robin M. Williams, Jr.Recent Developments in Research on Social Institutions171
1967Sep373Social Goals and Indicators for American Society, Vol.IIBertram M. Gross
Amitai Etzioni and Edward W. LehmanSome Dangers in "Valid" Social Measurement1-15
S.M. Miller, Martin Rein, Pamela Roby, and Bertram M. GrossPoverty, Inequality, and Conflict16-52
Sidney VerbaDemocratic Participation53-78
Wilbur J. CohenEducation and Learning79-101
Leon H. KeyserlingEmployment and the "New Economics"102-119
John McHaleScience, Technology, and Change120-140
Alvin TofflerThe Art of Measuring the Arts141-155
Nathan GoldmanSocial Breakdown156-179
Raymond A. BauerSocietal Feedback180-192
Philip R. LeeHealth and Well-Beibg193-207
Bertram M. Gross and Michael SpringerNew goals for social Information208-218
John J. GumperzLanguage and Communication219
1967Jul372Realignments in theCommunist and Western WorldsJames C. Charlesworth
James C. CharlesworthForewordviii
Robert C. TuckerUnited States-Soviet Co-Operation: Incentives and Obstacles1-15
David S. McLellanThe Changing Nature of Soviet and American relations with Western Europe16-32
A. E. P. DuffyThe Present Viability of NATO, SEATO, and CENTO33-39
Norman J. G. PoundsFissures in the Eastern European Bloc40-58
Sukich NimmanhemindaThe Chinese Threat to World Order59-63
Chow Shu-kaiSignificance of the Rift Between the Chinese Communist regime and the Soviet Union64-71
John ChancellorInternational Broadcasting and the Changing World Audience72-79
Wayne A. WilcoxThe Influence of Small States in a Changing World80-92
Fred L. HadselAfrica and the World: NonAlignment Reconsidered93-104
Anthony M. SolomonThe Revival of Trade Between the "Communist Bloc" and the West105-112
Frederick C. BarghoornCultural Exchanges Between Communist Countries and the United States113-123
Hugh A. BoneAmerican Party Politics, Elections, and Voting Behavior124
1967May371Social Goals and Indicators for American Society, Vol.IBertram M. Gross
Bertram M. Gross and Michael SpringerA New Oreintation in American Government1-19
Robin M. Williams, Jr.Individual and Group Values20-37
Milton R. KonvitzCivil Liberties38-58
Richard M. ScammonElectoral Participation59-71
Andre FountaineThe Mass Media-A Need for Greatness72-84
Otis Dudley DuncanDiscrimination Against Negros85-103
Daniel GlaserNational Goals and indicators for the Reduction of Crime and Delinquency104-126
Joseph L. FisherThe Natural Environment127-140
Barry GottehrerUrban Conditions: New York City141-158
Daniel P. MoynihanUrban conditions: General159-177
Arthur F. Wright and John Whitney HallChinese and Japanese Historiography: Some Trends, 1961-1966178-193
1967Mar370National Character in the Perspective of the Social SciencesDon Martindale
Don MartindalePrefaceix
E. Adamson HoebelAnthopological Perspectives on National Character1-17
Jan O. M. BroekNational Character in the Perspective of Cultural Geography8-15
Joseph LazarJuridical Perspectives on National Character16-22
James C. CharlesworthNational Character in the Perspective of Political Science23-29
Don MartindaleThe Sociology of National Character30-35
David RiesmanSome Questions About the Study of American National Character in the Twentieth Century36-47
John PorterCanadian Character in the Twentieth Century48-56
Gilberto FreyreBrazilian National Character in the Twentieth Century57-62
Michael MaccobyOn Mexican National Character63-73
Geoffrey GorerEnglish Character in the Twentieth Century74-81
Reino VirtanenFrench National Character in the Twentieth Century82-92
Gosta CarlssonSwedish Character in the Twentieth Century93-98
Pitirim A, SorokinThe Essential Characteristics of the Russian Nation in the Twentieth Century99-115
S. N. EisenstadtIsraeli Identity: Problems in the Development of the Collective Identity of an Ideological Society116-123
Dhirendra NarainIndian National Character in the Twentieth Century124-132
Douglas Gilbert HaringJapanese Character in the Twentieth Century133-142
Howard L. Boorman and Scott A. BoormanStrategy and National Psychology in China143-155
John ForsterThe Australasian Character156-163
Carl F. ChristEconometrics and Model Burning164
1967Jan369World PopulationJohn D. Durand
John D. DurandA Long-Range View of World Population Growth1-8
M. A. El-BadryPopulation Projections for the World, Developed and developing Regions: 1965-20009-15
T. E. SmithThe Control of Mortality16-25
Norman B. RyderThe Character of Modern Fertility26-36
G. W. RobertsReproductive Performance and Reproductive Capacity in Less Industrialized Societies37-47
Dudley KIRKProspects for Reducing Natality in the Underdeveloped World48-60
John S. AirdEstimating China's Population61-72
Conrad TaeuberPopulation and Food Supply73-83
Edward A. AckermanPopulation, Natural Resources, and Technology84-97
Richard A. EasterlinEffects of Population Growth on the Economic Development of Developing Countries98-108
B. Alfred LiuPopulation Growth and Educational development109-120
Jan L. SadieLabor Supply and Employment in Lesss Developed Countries121-130
Irene B. TaeuberDemographic Transitions and Population Problems in the United States131-140
Robert T. AndersonRecent Trends in Ethnology141-148
David J. BorduaRecent Trends: Deviant Behavior and Social Control149
1966Nov368Americans AbroadRichard D. Lambert
Richard D. LambertForewardix-x
Ernest RubinA Statistical Overview of Americans Abroad1--10
Foster Rhea DullesA Historical View of Americans Abroad11--20
Kenneth Scott LatouretteMissionaries Abroad21-30
David W. TarrThe Military Abroad31-42
Jeanne E. Gullahorn and John T. GullahornAmerican Students Abroad: Professional versus Personal Development43-59
Edward W. WeidnerThe Professor Abroad: Twenty Years of Change60-70
Glen H. FisherThe Foreign Service Officer71-82
Mira WilkinsThe Businessman Abroad83-94
Francis C. ByrnesRole Shock: An Occupational Hazard of American Technical Assistants Abroad95-108
Somerset R. WatersThe American Tourist109-118
Murdaugh Stuart Madden and Sherman L. CohnThe Legal Status and Problems of the American Abroad119-131
Ruth Hill UseemThe American Family in India132-145
John UseemWork Patterns of Americans in India146-156
Richard D. LambertSome Minor Pathologies in the American Presence in India157-170
1966Sep367The New ImmigrationEdward P. Hutchinson
Edward P. HutchinsonThe New Immigration: An Introductory Comment1-3
Helen F. EckersonImmigrations and National Origins4-14
Ernest RubinThe Demography of Immigration to the United States15-22
Frank L. MottThe Immigrant Worker23-32
Thomas J. MillsScientific Personnel and the Professions33-42
Richard Ferree SmithRefugees43-52
K. V. PankhurstMigration Between Canada and the United States53-62
Brinley ThomasFrom the Other Side: A European View63-72
Mario T. NotoTravel and Domestic Controls73-84
Charles GordonAmeliorating Hardships Under the Immigration Laws85-92
Abba P. SchwartzThe Role of the State Department in the Administration and Enforcement of the New Immigration Law93-104
Frank H. CassellImmigration and the Department of Labor105-114
Ruth Z. Murphy and Sonia Grodka BlumenthalThe American Community and the Immigrant115-126
Marion T. BennettThe Immigration and Nationality (McCarran-Walter) Act of 1952, as Amended to 1965127-136
Edward M. KennedyThe Immigration Act of 1965137-149
Daniel KatzAttitude Formation and Public Opinion160-162
1966Jul366American Civilization: Its Influence on Our Foreign PolicyJames C. Charlesworth
James C. CharlesworthForewordix
Robert E. SpillerAmerican Studies Abroad: Culture and Foreign Policy1-16
Kenneth W. ThompsonAmerican Education and the Developing Areas17-32
William BentonEducation as an Instrument of American Foreign Policy33-40
Bartlett HarveyThe World Impact of American Technology41-50
Arthur SmithiesThe Effect Abroad of American Private Enterprise51-59
George V. AllenThe Overseas Image of American Diplomacy60-67
Paul FindleyThe Impact and Potential of American Diplomacy68-77
Luther L. TerryThe Appeal Abroad of American Medicine and Public Health78-88
Arnold W. FruitkinThe United States Space program and Its International Significance89-98
Rayford W. LoganAn Assessment of Current american Influence in Africa99-107
Wayne A. WilcoxContemporary American Influence in south and Southeast Asia108-116
R. Richard Rubottom, Jr.An Assessment of Current American Influence in Latin America117-126
D. F. FlemingThe Costs and Consequences of the Cold War127-138
Herbert J. SpiroForeign Policy and Political Style139-148
1966May365The Peace CorpsJ. Norman Parmer
J. Norman ParmerForewordix
Charles J. WetzelThe Peace Corps in our Past1-11
Joseph G. ColmanA Discovery of Commitment12-20
Edwin R. HenrySelection of Volunteers21-28
Donald R. SheaThe Preparation of Peace Corps Volunteers for Overseas Service29-45
George E. CarterThe Beginnings of Peace Corps Programming46-54
Neil A. BoyerVolunteers in the Field: Great Expectations55-62
Kirby JonesThe Peace Corps Volunteer in the Field: Community Development63-71
Arnold DeutchmanVolunteers in the Field: Teaching72-82
Lewis H. ButlerThe Overseas Staff83-92
Thomas D. ScottThe Peace Corps and the Private Sector: The Failure of a Partnership93-104
Robert Calvert, Jr.The Returning Volunteer105-118
Meridan BennettEvaluation and the Question of Change119-128
Harris WoffordThe Future of the Peace Corps129-146
Robert V. AllenRecent Developments in the History of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe147-160
1966Mar364Patterns of ViolenceMarvin E. Wolfgang
Marvin E. WolfgangA Preface to Violence1-7
Lewis A. CoserSome Social Functions of Violence8-18
Jackson TobyViolence and the Masculine Ideal: Some Qualitative Data19-27
David Brion DavisViolence in American Literature28-36
Otto N. LarsenControversies About the Mass Communication of Violence37-49
Bruno BettelheimViolence: A Neglected Mode of Behavior50-59
Richard H. WaltersImplications of laboratory Studies of Agression for the Control and Regulation of Violence60-72
Ronald H. Beattie and John P. KenneyAggressive Crimes73-85
Gilbert GeisViolence and Organized Crimes86-95
Walter B. MillerViolent Crimes in City Gangs96-112
John P. ConradViolence in Prison113-119
William A. WestleyThe Escalation of Violence Through Legitimation120-126
Philip TaftViolence in american Labor Disputes127-140
Arnold ForsterViolence on the Fanatical Left and Right141-148
Elton B. McNeilViolence and Human Development149-157
Elmer C. BrattRecent Thinking on Economic Growth and Fluctuations158-168
1966Jan363Ethics in America: Norms and DeviationsJames C. Charlesworth
James C. CharlesworthForewordix
Roy F. NicholsProfiles of Ethics: A Tribute to Lewis Miller stevens1-3
Eugene Carson BlakeShould The Code of Ethics in Public Life Be Absolute or Relative?4-11
Joseph S. ClarkSome Ethical Problems of Congress12-22
Blair BollesCorrectives for Dishonest and Unfair Public Administrators23-27
Ivan HinderakerPolitical Party Officials: Responsiveness to the Public28-35
Gray ThoronA Report on Judical Ethics36-43
Henry S. Reuss and Stanley V. AndersonThe Ombudsman: Tribune of the People44-51
Glenn R. WintersWhat Can Be Done About Pettifoggery and Legal Delays:52-59
Oliver GarceauThe Morals of Medicine60-69
Paul C. EmpieCan Organized Religion Be Unethical?70-78
John TebbelJournalism: Public Enlightenment or Private Interest79-86
Gilbert SeldesPublic Entertainment and the Subversion of Ethical Standards87-94
Arthur Selwyn MillerBusiness Morality: Some Unanswered (And Perhaps Unanswerable) Questions95-101
Henry K. DukeInsurance Ethics-From the Inside Looking Out102-107
E. T. GretherSharp Practice in Merchandising and Advertising108-116
Emmanuel SteinEthical Aspects of Union Policy and Conduct117-125
Mulford Q. SibleyEthics and the Professional Patriots126-136
Bernard J. SiegelSome Recent Developments in Studies of Social and Cultural Change137-153
1965Nov362Nonalignment in Foreign AffairsCecil V. Crabb, Jr.
Cecil V. Crabb, Jr.Introduction1-5
Khalid I. Babaa and Cecil V. Crabb, Jr.Nonalignment as a Diplomatic and Idealogical Credo6-17
D. F. FlemingIs Containment Moral?18-27
Jacques FreymondThe European Version of Neutralism28-35
Don PeretzNonalignment in the Arab World36-43
Sisir K. GuptaAsian Nonalignment44-51
Thomas Patrick MeladyNonalignment in Africa52-61
Nelson de Sousa SampaioLatin America and Neutralism62-70
Joseph L. NogeeThe Neutralist World and Disarmament Negotiations71-80
Khalid I. BabaaThe "Third Force" and the United Nations81-91
Cecil V. Crabb, Jr.The United States and the Neutralists: A Decade in Perspective92-101
John S. Reshetar, Jr.The Soviet Union and the Neutralist World102-113
Harold A. VinackeCommunist China and the Uncommitted Zone113-120
M. S. RajanThe Future of Nonalignment121-128
Philip M. HauserDemography and Ecology129-138
1965Sep361Political Socialization: Its Role in the Political ProcessRoberta Sigel
Roberta SigelAssumptions About the Learning of Political Values1-9
James C. DaviesThe Family's Role in Political Socialization10-19
David ZiblattHigh School Extracurricular Activities and Political Socialization20-31
Edgar LittEducation and Political Enlightenment in America32-39
David Easton and Jack DennisThe Child's Image of Government40-57
Frank A. PinnerParental Overprotection and Political Distrust58-70
Robert E. LaneThe Need to be liked and the Anxious College Liberal71-80
Fred I. GreensteinPersonality and Political Socalization: The Theories of Authoritarian and Democratic Character81-95
Kenneth PrewittPolitical Socialization and Leadership Selection96-111
Dwaine MarvickThe Political Socialization of the American Negro112-127
Roberta SigelIn Retrospect128-129
Jay Jackson and Charles McGeheeGroup Structure and Role Behavior130-140
1965Jul360Latin America TomorrowJames C. Charlesworth
James C. CharlesworthForewordvii
Richard N. AdamsThe Pattern of Development in Latin America1-10
Mayone J. StycosOpinions on Latin-American Intellictuals on Population Problems and Birth11-26
George Jackson EderUrban Concentration, Agriculture, and Agrarian Reform27-47
John P. Powelson and Anatole A. SolowUrban and Rural Development in Latin America48-62
Thomas C. MannDisparities in Progress Among Nations63-67
Hugo M. MargainMexican Ecnonomic and Social Development68-77
Ricardo M. Arias E.What Will Be the Instruments of Latin American Advancement78-84
Lyle N. McAlisterChanging Concepts of the Role of the Military in Latin America85-98
Tad SzulcCommunists, Socialists, and Christian Democrats99-109
Carlos Maria VelazquezSome Legal aspects of the Colonial Problem in Latin America110-119
Carlos GibsonAmerican Regionalism and the United Nations120-126
D. F. FlemingCan Pax Americana Succeed?127-138
Karl W. Deutsch and Leroy N. RieselbachRecent Trends in Political Theory and Political Philosophy139-162
Hans J. MorgenthauInternational Relations, 1960-1964163-171
James C. CharlesworthSeventy-Five Years of the Academy172-177
1965May359Intergovernmental Relations in the United StatesHarry W. Reynolds, Jr.
Harry W. Reynolds, Jr.Forewordix
George C. S. BensonTrends in International Relations1-9
Daniel J. ElazarThe Shaping of Intergovernmental Relations in the Twentieth Century10-22
William G. ColmanThe Role of the Government Participation in the Design and Administration of Intergovernmental Programs23-34
Charles R. AdrianState and Local Government Participation in the Design and Administration of Intergovernmental Programs35-43
Clifford C. HamUrban Renewal: A Case Study in Emerging Goals in an Intergovernmental Setting44-52
Phillip MonypennyInterstate Relations-Some Emergent Trends53-59
Winston W. CrouchConflict and Co-Operation Among Local Governments in the Metropolis60-70
James C. CharlesworthAllocation of Responsibilities and resources Among the Three Levels of Government71-80
Harry W. Reynolds, Jr.Merit Controls, the Hatch Acts, and Personnel Standards in Intergovernmental Relations81-94
Alan K. CampbellNational-State-Local Systems of Government and Intergovernmental Aid94-107
William BuchananPolitics and Federalism: Party or Anti-Party?107-115
Totton J. AndersonPressure Groups and Intergovernmental Relations116-126
Robert W. McCullochIntergovernmental Relations as Seen by Public Officials127-136
Vincent Ostrom and Elinor OstromA Behavioral Approach to the Study of Intergovernmental Relations137-146
Henry C. HartThe Dawn of a Community-Defining Federalism147-156
Sylvia L. ThruppThe Writing of West European History: A Bird's-Eye View of Trends Between 1960 and 1964157-164
1965Mar358New Nations: The Problem of Political DevelopmentKarl Von Vorys
Karl von VorysForewordviii
Lucian W. PyeThe Concept of Political Development1-13
Karl von VorysToward a Concept of Political Development14-19
Manfred HalpernThe Rate and Costs of Political Development20-28
Marion J. Levy, Jr.Patterns (Structures) of Modernization and Political Development29-40
Wilfred MalenbaumEconomic Factors and Political Development41-51
Myron WeinerPolitical Integration and Political Development52-64
Davis B. BobrowSoldiers and the Nation-State65-76
Ann Ruth Willner and Dorothy WillnerThe Rise and Role of Charismatic Leaders77-88
Douglas E. AshfordBureaucrats and Citizens89-100
K. H. SilvertParties and the Masses101-108
Field Marshall Mohammed Ayub Khan, N. Pk., H. J.A New Experiment in Democracy in Pakistan109-113
Wayne WilcoxPoliticians, Bureaucrats and Development in India114-122
Andrew F. WestwoodPolitics of Distrust in Iran123-135
Harvey GlickmanOne-Party System in Tanganyika136-149
Robert J. Alexanderdemocratic Revolution in Venezuela150-158
Ivan MaksimovicConstitutional Socialism in Yugoslavia159-169
Charles P. Kindlebergertrends in International Economics170-179
1965Jan357The Negro ProtestArnold M. Rose
Arnold M. RoseForewordix
Arnold M. RoseThe American Negro Problem in the Context of Social Change1-17
Daniel C. Thompsonthe Rise of the Negro Protest18-29
Herbert HillRacial Equality in Employment: The Patterns of Discrimination30-47
Allan P. SindlerProtest Against the Political Status of the Negro48-54
Pauli MurrayProtest Against the Leagl Status of the Negro55-64
Tilman C. CothranThe Mnegro Protset Against Segregation in the South65-72
Loren MillerThe Protest Against Housing Segregation73-79
Alan B. BatchelderEcononmic Forces Serving the Ends of the Negro Protest80-88
Jane Cassels Record and Wilson RecordIdeological Forces and the Negro Protest89-96
John A. MorsellThe National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and Its Strategy97-101
Whitney M. Young, Jr.The Urban League and Its Strategy102-107
Leslie W. DunbarThe Southern Regional Council108-112
Marvin RichThe Congress of Racial Equality ans Its Strategy113-118
James H. LaueThe Changing Character of the Negro Protest119-126
W. W. HowellsSome Present Aspects of Physical Anthropology127-133
1964Nov356The Non-Western World in Higher EducationDonald N. Bigelow and Lyman H. Legters
Donald N. Bigelow and Lyman H. LegtersForewordix
George E. TaylorThe Leadership of the Universities1-11
George M. BeckmannThe Role of the Foundations12-22
Kenneth W. MildenbergerThe Federal Government and the Universities23-29
Milton SingerThe Social Sciences in Non-Western Studies30-44
Albert H. MarckwardtThe Humanities and Non-Western Studies45-53
W. Norman BrownSouth Asian Studies: A History54-62
Wm. Theodore de BaryEast Asian Studies: A Comprehensive Program63-69
Frank H. GolaySoutheast Asia: An Economist's Viewpoint70-75
Charles A. FergusonLanguage Study and the Middle East76-85
Denis SinorUralic and Altaic: The Neglected Area86-92
Henry L. RobertsArea Studies: Russia and Eastern Europe93-99
Conrad C. ReiningThe Interdisciplinary Effect in African Studies100-105
Richard M. MorseThe Strange Career of "Latin American Studies"106-112
Frederick H. JacksonInstruction in Chinese and Japanese in the Secondary Schools113-118
Ward MorehouseProvincialism and Constitutionalism: The Role of the States119-125
Paul L. BerryDevelopment of Library Resources126-132
Stephen A. FreemanInternational Study at Home and Abroad133-141
Raymond J. MurphySome Recent Trends in Stratification Thoery and Research142-167
1964Sep355Programs and Problems in Child WelfareAlan Keith-Lucas
Alan Keith-LucasChild Welfare Services Today: An Overview and Some Questions1-8
E. Elizabeth Glover and Joseph H. ReidUnmet and Future Needs9-19
Edmund V. MechChild Welfare Research: A Review and Critique20-30
Mary LewisFoster-Family Care: Has It Fulfilled Its Promise?31-41
Hansel H. HollingsworthThe Child-Caring Institution on the Move42-48
Donald D. DowlingNew Methods of Care49-55
Eleanor M. HosleyPart-Time Care: The Day-Care Problem56-61
John T. McDowellA Community Approach to the Home: Homemaker Service62-68
Carl SchoenbergAdoption: The Created Family69-74
Kermit T. WiltseAid to Families with Dependent Children: The Basic service75-81
Julia Ann BishopHelping Neglectful Parents82-89
Richard FarrowHelping the Child who Comes into Conflict with the Law90-97
John G. MilnerThe Residential Treatment Center98-104
Donald Brieland and Norman J. BoothChild Guidance as a Community Service105-111
Alfred YankauerMaternal and Child Health Problems112-120
Charles R. GardipeeThe Handicappes Child121-127
Claud B. CorryThe Licensing of Child-Care Facilities128-133
Irving WeissmanGuardianship: Every Child's Right134-139
1964Jul354Africa in MotionJames C. Charlesworth
James C. CharlesworthForewordviii
Nikolai FedorenkoThe Soviet Union and African Countries1-8
Cherif GuellalAfrica vis-à-vis the Western Powers9-21
Colin M. TurnbullTribalism and Social Evolution in Africa22-32
Douglas E. ashfordThe Last Revolution: Community and Nation in Africa33-45
Andrew M. KamarckRecent Econonmic Growth in Africa46-53
G Mennen WilliamsDiplomatic Rapport Between Africa and the United States54-64
Edmund C. HutchinsonAmerican Aid to Africa65-74
John A. DavisThe Influence of Africans on American Culture75-83
J. David RubadiriAfrica: A African Evaluation84-90
Thomas Patrick MeladyThe Sweep of Nationalism in Africa91-96
Herbert J. SpiroPolitical Stability in the New African States97-109
St Clair DrakeDemocracy on Trial in Africa110-121
Thomas Hovet, Jr.The Role of Africa in the United States122-134
Ram C. MalhotraApartheid and the United States135-144
Roy WelenskyThe United Nations and Colonialism in Africa145-152
John J. Honigmann and Richard J. PrestonRecent Developments in Culture and Personality153-161
1964May353City Bosses and Political MachinesLee S. Greene
Lee S. GreeneForewordviii
Fred I. GreensteinThe Changing Pattern of Urban Party Politics1-13
James A. RiedelBoss and Faction14-26
Elmer E. Cornwell, Jr.Bosses, Machines, and Ethnic Groups27-39
Louis L. FriedlandOrganized Labor and the City Boss40-51
Stanley T. GabisLeadership in a Large Manager City: The Case of Kansas City52-63
Thomas J. WoodDade County: Unbossed, Erratically Led64-71
Daniel R. GrantMetropolitics and Professional Political Leadership: The Case of Nashville72-83
William C. HavardFrom Bossism to Cosmopolitanism: Changes in the Relation of Urban Leadership to state Politics84-94
Gladys M. Kammerer and John M. DeGroveUrban Leadership During Change95-106
Francis M. CarneyThe Decentralized Politics of Los Angeles107-121
Robert N. BurrRecent Developments in Latin-American History122-130
1964Mar352Urban Revival: Goals and StandardsRobert B. Mitchell
Robert B. MitchellForewordviii
Ian L. McHargThe Place of Nature in the City of Man1-12
Leonard J. Duhl and E. James LeibermanPhysical and Mental Health in the City13-24
Raymond W. Mack and Dennis C. McElrathUrban Social Differentiation and the Allocation of Resources25-32
Anthony N. B. GarvanCulture Change and the Planner33-38
John H. Nixon and Paul H. GerhardtUrban Economic Development39-47
Werner Z. hirschAdministrative and Fiscal Considerations in Urban Development48-61
Scott Greer and David W. MinarThe Political Side of Urban Development62-73
Hans BlumenfeldThe Urban Pattern74-83
David A. CraneThe Public Art of City Building84-94
Patricia Cayo sextonCity Schools95-106
William G. GrigsbyHousing and Slum Clearance: Elusive Goals107-118
Elizabeth WoodSocial-Welfare Planning119-128
Lowdon Wingo, Jr.Recreation and Urban development: A Policy Perspective129-140
Henry FaginUrban Transportation Criteria141-151
Sidney WeintraubTheoretical Economics152-164
1964Jan351The Changing Cold WarD. F. Fleming
D. F. FlemingForewordix
Robert A. ScalapinoThe Sino-Soviet Conflict in Perspective1-14
Cecil V. CrabbThe Gaullist Revolt Against the Anglo-Saxons15-23
James P. WarburgDefense Against Gaullist Isolationism24-29
Raymond H. DawsonWhat Kind of NATO Nuclear Force?30-39
C. P. FitzGeraldThe Sino-Soviet Balance Sheet in the Underdeveloped Areas40-49
Henry C. HartIndia After the Chinese Attack50-57
John GangeThe Southeast Asian Cockpit58-71
William Appleman WilliamsCuba: Issues and Alternatives72-80
William F. BarberCan the Alliance for Progress Succeed?81-91
Harold Karan JacobsonThe Test-Ban Negotiations: Implications for the Future92-101
Fred J. CookThe Warfare State102-109
Irving Louis HorowitzNoneconomic Factors in the Institutionalization of the Cold War110-120
Seymour MelmanEcononmic Alternatives to Arms Prosperity121-131
Norman A. GraebnerCan a Nuclear World Be Avioded?132-139
O. Edmund ClubbLiving with China as a Great Power140-147
Fred Warner NealThe Unsolved German Settlement148-156
D. F. FlemingThe Turn Toward Peace157-169
Evan LuardThe Growth of the World Community170-179
D. F. FlemingEpilogue180-
Robert H. DysonSelected Aspects of archaeology, 1958 to 1963181-193
1963Nov350Crisis in the American Trade Union MovementSolomon Barkin and Albert Blum
Solomon Barkin and Albert A. BlumForewordix
Edward T. TownsendIs There a Crisis in the American Trade-Union Movement?Yes1-9
Philip TaftIs There a Crisis in the Labor Mocement?No10-15
Solomon Barkin and Albert A. BlumIs There a Crisis in the American Trade-Union Movement?-The Trade Unionists' Views16-24
James L. sternAutomation-End or a New Day in Unionism?25-35
A. H. RaskinAFL-CIO: A Confederation or Federation?Which Road for the Future?36-45
Emanuel SteinThe Dilemma of Union Democracy46-54
Joseph ShisterThe Outlook for Union Growth55-62
Ray MarshallEthnic and Economic Minorities: Unions' Future or Unrecruitable?63-73
Philip RossThe Role of Government in Union Growth74-85
George StraussUnion Bargaining Strength: Goliath or Paper Tiger86-94
Melvin RothbaumEconomic Dilemmas of Collective Bargaining95-103
John P. WindmullerLabor: A Partner in american Foreign Policy?104-114
Maurice F. NeufeldThe Historical Relationship of Liberals and Intellectuals to Organized Labor in the United States115-128
W. E. J. McCarthyThe Challenge Facing British Unions129-137
Solomon Barkin and Albert A. BlumThe Road to the Future: A Trade-Union Commission for Self-Ananlysis138-147
Milton M. GordonRecent Trends in the Study of Minority and Race Relations148-156
1963Sep349Communist China and the Soviet BlocDonald S. Zagoria
Donald S. ZagoriaForewordix
Klaus MehnertThe Chinese and the Russians1-13
Mark MancallThe Persistence of Tradition in Chinese Foreign Policy14-26
T. A. HsiaThe Chinese Images of Russia27-37
Benjamin SchwartzSino-Soviet Relarions-The Question of Authority38-48
Franz SchurmannEconomic Policy and Political Power in Communist china49-69
Dwight H. PerkinsCentralization versus Decentralization in Mainland China and the Soviet Union70-80
Raymond L. GarthoffSino-Soviet Military Relations81-93
Oleg HoeffdingSino-Soviet Economic Relations, 1959-196294-105
Richard LowenthalFactors of Unity and Factors of Conflict106-116
A. M. HalpernThe Emergence of an Asian Communist Bloc117-129
Harry GelmanRussia, China, and the Underdeveloped Areas130-142
William E. Griffitheuropean Communism and the Sino-Soviet Schism143-152
Alexander DallinRussia and China View the United States153-162
William H. SewellSome Recent Developments in Socialization Theory and Research163-181
1963Jul348The New Europe: Implications for the United StatesJames C. Charlesworth
James C. CharlesworthForewordviii
Sir David Ormsby GoreBritian and the New europe1-14
Jacob J. van der LeeCommunity Economic Relations with Associated African States and Other Countries15-24
Saul K. PadoverCultural Pluralism in the United States and in the Projected European Union25-33
Daniel LernerWill European Union Bring About Merged National Goals?34-45
Thorsten V. KalijarviObstacles to European Unification46-53
Frederick C. BarghoornThe Strength of the Projected Union vis-à-vis Russia54-64
William R. TylerThe Effect on NATO of the Projected European Union65-72
K. Heinrich KnappsteinThe projected European Union and the Question of German Unity73-81
Harold C. DeutschThe Impact of the Franco-German Entente82-94
Hans KohnThe Future of Political Unity in Western Europe95-101
Blair BollesResidual Nationalism: A Rising Threat to Projected European Union102-109
G. Griffith JohnsonWestern Europe and the American Balance of Payments110-120
William R. KintnerThe Projected European Union and American Military Responsibilities121-131
Quincy WrightThe Projected European Union and American International Prestige132-140
D. F. FlemingThe New Europe and the Cold War141-155
William H. YoungAmerican Government and Administration: Recent Developments156-163
1963May347Combating Organized CrimeGus Tyler
Thorsten Sellin and Richard D. LambertPrefaceviii
Gus TylerForewordix
Robert K. WoetzelAn Overview of Organized Crime: Mores versus Morality1-11
Thorsten SellinOrganized Crime: A Business Enterprise12-19
Herbert A. BlochThe Juvenile Gang: A Cultural Reflex20-29
Virgil W. PetersonChicago: Shades of Capone30-39
Dwight S. StrongNew England: The Refined Yankee in Organized Crime40-50
Louis J. LefkowitzNew York: Criminal Infiltration of the Securities Industry51-57
Alvin J. T. ZumbrumMaryland: A Law-Enforcement Dilemma58-66
George EdwardsDetroit: A Lesson in Law Enforcement67-73
Morris PloscoweNew Approaches to the Control of Organized Crime74-81
Eliot H. LumbardLocal and State action Against Organized Crime82-92
Herbert J. Miller, Jr.a Federal Viewpoint on Combating Organized Crime93-103
Gus TylerAn Interdisciplinary Attack on Organized Crime104-112
James H. SoltowRecent Developments in United States History113-128
1963Mar346Medicine and SocietyJohn A. Clausen and Robert Straus
Robert Straus and John A. ClausenHealth, Society, and Social Science1-8
Edmund D. PellegrinoMedicine, History, and the Idea of Man9-20
Talcott ParsonsSocial Change and Medical Organizations in the United States: A Sociological Perspective21-33
Benjamin D. PaulAnthropological Perspectives on Medicine and Public Health34-43
Milton I. RoemerChanging Patterns of Health Service: Their Dependence on a Changing World44-56
Eliot FreidsonMedical Care and the Public: Case Study of a Medical Group57-66
Robert WilsonThe Social Structure of a General Hospital67-76
Samuel W. BloomThe Process of Becoming a Physician77-87
Hans O. MaukschBecoming a Nurse: A Selective View88-98
Robert Straus and John A. ClausenA Role for Behavioral science in a University Medical Center99-108
Clark E. VincentThe Family in Health and Illness: Some Neglected Areas109-116
Esther Lucile BrownMeeting Patients' Psychosocial Needs in the General Hospital117-125
Leonard S. Cottrell, Jr. and Eleanor Bernert SheldonProblems of Collaboration Between Social Scientists and the Practicing Professions126-137
John A. ClausenSocial Factors in Disease138-148
1963Jan345Transportation RenaissanceGeorge Fox Mott
George Fox MottForewordviii
George Fox MottTransportation in Contemporary Civilization1-5
E. Grosvenor PlowmanFor Good or Ill, Users Influence Transportation6-13
Luther H. HodgesPolicy Goals Become Less Elusive14-21
George M. HarrisonClarification of Transportation-Policy Goals22-31
James K. KnudsonStorm Warnings for Those who would Proceed32-38
Kent T. HealyThe Problem-Rational and Effective Allocation of Resources39-46
William B. JohnsonTransportation-The Political Dimensions of an Economic Dilemma47-57
Curtis D. BufordRailroads Have Quit Slumbering58-65
James F. PinkneyMotor Carriage-The Long and Short of It66-72
Delos W. RentzelThe Airway Tide in Transportation73-80
John M. WillBy Ship-The Salt of the Sea Notwithstanding81-88
Yates CatlinBy Barge-River Transportation's Confluence89-94
Harry C. BrockelToday's Port-A Trade and Transport Hub95-102
William Thomas RiceWhy Not Merge and Survive?103-108
E. C. R. LasherThe Case for Diversification109-114
Morris ForgashThe Roll and Rock of Containerization in Transpot Economics115-121
Ernest W. Williams, Jr.Manpower-A Prime Resource122-129
George Fox MottTransportation in Orbit130-142
1962Nov344Conservatism, Liberalism and National IssuesLee S. Greene
Lee S. GreeneForeword
Victor C. FerkissPolitical and Intellectual Origins of American Radicalism, Right and Left
Jasper B. ShannonConservatism
Alan P. GrimesContemporary American Liberalism
Neal RiemerThe Revival of Democratic Theory in the United States
Richard C. CortnerLiberals, Conservatives, and Labor
William BuchananFederal Aid to Education on the Conservative-Liberal Scale
Norman WengertThe Ideological Basis of Conservation and Natural-Resources Policies and Programs
Rene de Visme WilliamsonConservatism and Liberalism in american Protestantism
Francis G. WilsonLiberals, Conservatives, and Catholics
George S. ParthemosContemporary Juristic Theory, civil rights, and American Politics
Donald R. Matthews and James W. ProthroSouthern Racial Attitudes: Conflict, Awareness, and Political Change
John H. FentonLiberal-Conservative Divisions by Sections of the United States
D. F. FlemingThe Broken Dialogue on Foreign Affairs
1962Sep343The Ethics of Business EnterpriseArthur S. Miller
Arthur S. MillerForewordix
Harold L. JohnsonAlternative Views of Big Business Goals and Purposes1-9
Samuel E. Gluck :Philosophies of Management" in Philosophical Perspective10-19
Theodore J. KrepsMeasurement of the Social Performance of Business20-31
wayne A. R. LeysEhtics and the Rule of Law32-38
Henry S. KarielThe Corporation and the Public Interest39-47
Stanley D. MetzgerThe Corporation in External Affairs48-54
Henry G. ManneCorporate Responsibility, Business Motivation, and Reality55-64
W. H. FerryForms of Irresponsibility65-74
W. Wallace KirkpatrickThe Adequacy of Internal Corporate Controls75-83
David B. WeaverThe Corporation and the Shareholder84-94
Walter E. ObererThe Corporation and the Rank-and-File Employer95-103
Bernard D. NossiterSome Hidden Costs of Industrial Peace104-108
Robert LekachmanBusiness and Their Rivals109-117
Norton E. LongThe Corporation and the Local Community118-127
Theodore L. ThauThe Business Ethics Advisory Council: An Organization for the Improvement of Ethical Performance128-141
1962Jul342American Foreign Policy ChallengedJames C. Charlesworth
James C. CharlesworthForewordviii
G. Mennen WilliamsAids and Obstacles to Political Stability in Mid-Africa1-8
Julius Momo UdochiThe Conflict Involving Communism in Mid-Africa9-20
William R. BascomTribalism, Nationalism, and Pan-Africanism21-29
Roy R. Rubottom, Jr.The Goals of United States Policy in Latin America30-41
A. Curtis WilgusThe Chemistry of Political Change in Latin America42-53
Victor Andres Belaunde, translated by Ruth LundeliusThe Economic Basis of Politics in Latin America54-58
Louis FischerHas the Unites States Overextended Its Commitments to Resist Communism?59-68
Harlan ClevelandThe Future Role of the United States in the United Kingdom69-79
William C. FosterArms Control and Disarmament in a Divided World80-88
W. Averell HarrimanThe United States and the Far East89-104
William C. JohnstoneThe Appeals of Communism in Asia105-110
Clarence K. StreitPrudent Limits to an American Commitment on European Political Union111-122
Jean-Claude WincklerIs NATO Solid ans Is It Otherwise Adequate?123-129
Gabriel HaugeThe United States Faces Economic Unity in Europe130-137
Charles Burton MarshallMaking Foreign Policy on the New Frontier138-146
Joseph S. ClarkThe Influence of Congress in the Formulation of Diaarmament Policy147-153
Reinhold NiebuhrAmerican Hegemony and the Prospects for Peace154-160
1962May341Unconventional WarfareJ. K. Zawodny
J. K. ZawodnyForewordviii
William P. YarboroughUnconventional Warfare: One Military Viewpoint1-7
J. K. ZawodnyGuerrilla and Sabotage: Organizations, Operations, Motivations, Escalation8-18
Charles T. R. BohannanAntiguerrilla Operations19-29
Morris GreenspanInternational Law and its Protection for Participants in Unconventional Warfare30-41
Merle KingCuba: A Case Study of a Successful Attempt to Seize Political Power by the Application of Unconventional Warfare42-52
Klaus KnorrUnconventional Warfare: Strategy and tactics in Internal Strife53-64
Russell RhynePatterns of Subversion by Violence65-73
Slavko N. BjelajacUnconventional Warfare: American and Soviet Approaches74-81
Robin M. Williams, Jr.Are American and Their Cultural Values Adaptable to the Concept and Techniques of Unconventional Warfare?82-92
Charles Burton MarshallUnconventional Warfare as a Concern of American Foreign Policy93-101
Russell RhyneUnconventional Warfare-Problems and Questions102-107
1962Mar340AutomationCharles C. Killingsworth
Charles C. KillingsworthForewordviii
J. F. ReintjesThe Intellectual Foundations of Automation1-9
Arthur L. SamuelArtificial Intelligence: A Frontier of Automation10-20
Anderson AshburnDetroit Automation21-28
Thomas M. StoutProcess Control: Past, Present, and Future29-37
John DieboldThe Application of Information Technology38-45
Walter BuckinghamThe Great Employment Controversy46-52
Seymour L. WolfbeinAutomation and Skill53-59
William A. Faunce, Einar Hardin, and Eugene H. JacobsonAutomation and the Empire60-68
Charles C. KillingsworthIndustrial Relations and Automation69-80
Thomas L. Whisler and George P. SchultzAutomation and the Management Process81-89
Malcolm L. DeniseAutomation and Employment: A Management Viewpoint90-99
Walter P. ReutherPolicies for Automation: A Labor Viewpoint100-109
Arthur J. GoldbergTher Role of Government110-116
David A. MorseAutomation Outside the United States117-126
1962Jan339Crime and the American Penal SystemsLouis B. Schwartz
Loius B. SchwartzForewordviii
Loius B. SchwartzThe American Penal System: Spirit and Technique1-10
Thorsten SellinCrime and Deliquincy in the United States: An Over-All View11-23
Herbert WechslerOn Culpability and Crime: The Treatment of MENS REA in the Model Penal Code24-41
Rex A. Collings, Jr.Offenses of Violence against the Person42-56
Francis A. AllenOffenses Against Property57-76
Herbert L. PackerOffenses Against the State77-89
Richard C. DonnellyPolice Authority and Practices90-110
Frank W. Miller and Frank J. RemingtonProcedures Before Trial111-124
Robert E. KnowltonThe Trial of Offenders125-141
James V. BennettThe Sentence and Treatment of Offenders142-156
Paul W. Tappan and Ivan NicolleJuvenile Delinquents and Their Treatment157-170
Gene WeltfishSome Main Trends in American Anthropology171-176
1961Nov338The Teenage CultureJessis Bernard
Jessie BernardForewordviii
Jessie BernardTeen-Age Culture: An Overview1-12
Charles H. BrownSelf-Portrait: The Teen-Type Magazine13-21
John Barron MaysTeen-Age Culture in Contemporary Britian and Europe22-32
James S. ColemanAthletics in High School33-43
H. Kirk DansereauWork and the Teen-Ager44-52
Ira L. ReissSexual Codes in Teen-Age Culture53-62
Robert C. Bealer and Fern K. WillitsRural Youth: A Case Study in the Rebelliousness of Adolescents63-69
Francis A. J. IanniThe Italo-American Teen-Ager70-78
David BoroffJewish Teen-Age Culture79-90
Joseph S. HimesNegro Teen-Age Culture91-101
David MatzaSubterranean Traditions of Youth102-118
David J. BorduaDelinquent Subcultures: Sociological Interpretations of Gang Delinquency119-136
M. Brewster SmithRecent Developments in the Field of Social Psychology137-143
1961Sep337Meeting Health Needs by Social ActionMarvin Bressler
Marvin BresslerForewordviii
Monroe LernerMorality and Morbidity in the United States as Basic Indices of Health Needs1-10
Marion FolsomGoals of a National Health Program for Meeting Health Needs11-19
Boisfeuillet JonesOrganizing Medical Research Programs to Meet Health Needs20-28
Frank BaneOrganizing Medical Education to Meet Health Needs29-35
Kurt K. DeuschleOrganizing Preventive Medical Programs to Meet Health Needs36-45
Avedis Donabedian andS. J. AxelrodOrganizing Medical Care Programs to Meet Health Needs46-56
Odin W. AndersonPrivate and Public Action in Meeting Health Needs57-69
Frank van Dyke and Ray E. TrussellVoluntary Hospital Insurance as a Mechanism for Meeting Health Needs70-80
Anne Ramsay SomersComprehensive Prepayment Plans as a Mechanism for Meeting Health Needs81-92
Robert H. HamlinThe Role of Voluntary Agencies in Meeting the Health Needs of Americans93-102
Pearl BiermanMeeting the Health Needs of Low-Income Families103-113
Agnes W. BrewsterMeeting the Health Needs of the Aged114-125
Dudley KirkAnticipating the Health Needs of Americans: Some Demographic Projections126-136
Burton A. WeisbrodAnticipating the Health Needs of americans: Some Economic Projections137-145
Marvin BresslerSome Selected Aspects of American Sociology, September 1959 to December 1961146-159
1961Jul336Is International Communism Winning?James C. Charlesworth
James C. CharlesworthForewordviii
George V. AllenAre the Soviets Winning the Propaganda War?1-11
Clarence B. RandallSoviet-American Economic Competition in Uncommitted Countries12-22
Henry S. ReussThe United States Foreign Aid Program: An Appraisal23-29
Zbigniew K. BrzezinskiPolitical Developments in the Sino-Soviet Bloc40-52
Lord Lindsay of BirkerIs Cleavage Between Russia and China Inevitable?53-61
Leverett SaltonstallWestern Military Strength and Security62-74
Marko NikezicWhy Uncommitted Countries Hold That They are Not "Neutral"75-82
E. M. DebrahWill Most Uncommitted Countries Remain Uncommitted?83-97
Jose A. MoraWill Latin America Continue to Adhere to the West?98-105
Clark M. EichelbergerThe Role of the United Nations in the East-West Dispute106-113
Francis O. WilcoxThe United States and the United Nations114-126
Alfred J. HotzThe United Nations Since 1945: An Appraisal127-136
Paul W. WalterWill the Political Scientist Fill the Void?137-143
Quincy WrightWestern Diplomacy Since 1945144-153
Grenville ClarkWorld Order: The Need for a Bold New Approach154-162
Lee S. GreeneSome Recent Works in Political Science163-169
1961May335The Rising Demand for International EducationJohn F. Melby
John F. MelbyWhy?1-7
Kenneth HollandWho Is He?8-20
J. William FulbrightThe First Fifteen Years of the Fulbright Program21-27
Forrest G. Moore and Clarke A. ChambersArrival and OrientationThe Two Week Orientation Center Program28-32
George P. SpringerThe Four-Week Mixed Program33-37
Sumie F. McCabeThe University of Hawaii Orientation Center38-41
Ivan Putman, Jr.The Academic Performance of Foreign Students42-53
Katherine C. BangThe Community's Role in Cross-Cultural Education54-65
Gordon P. HagbergAfrica66-70
Robert BlumAsia71-75
Edouard Morot-SirEurope76-80
Joe W. NealLatin America81-85
Harold B. MinorMiddle East86-90
James M. DavisFoerign Student Adviser: A New Profession?91-98
Donald J. ShankThe American Goes Abroad99-111
Oliver J. CaldwellWhat Others Are Doing112-121
Alan J. A. ElliottThe Multicultural Approach122-131
Charles H. MalikThe World Looks at the American Program132-140
Richard A. HumphreyCultural Communication and New Imperatives141-152
Elinor K. WolfAnatomy of the Problem: Who should Come153-165
Lynn M. CaseRecent Developments in the Field of History166-181
1961Mar334Latin America's Nationalistic RevolutionsRobert N. Burr
Robert N. BurrForewordvii
K. H. SilvertNationalism in Latin America1-9
George I. BlankstenThe Aspiration for Economic Development10-19
John J. JohnsonThe Political Role of the Latin American Middle Sectors20-29
Edwin LieuwenThe Military: A Revolutionary Force30-40
Robert J. AlexanderLabor and Inter-American Relations41-53
John J. KennedyDichotomies in the Church54-62
Luis MonguioNationalism and Social Discontent as Reflected in Spanish-American Literature63-73
John P. HarrisonThe Confrontation with the political University74-83
Howard F. ClineMexico: A Matured Latin-American Revolution, 1910-196084-94
T. Lynn SmithThe Giant Awakes: Brazil95-102
Arthur P. WhitakerThe Argentine Paradox103-112
Russell H. FitzgibbonThe Revolution Next Door: Cuba113-122
Richard W. PatchBolivia: The Retsrained Revolution123-132
Milton BarallThe United States Government Responds133-142
J. Peter GraceUnited States Business Responds143-147
1961Jan333Labor Relations in an Expanding EconomyMarten E. Estey
Marten S. EsteyThe Impact of Labor Force Changes on Labor Relations1-4
Peter HenleA Union Viewpoint5-16
William G. CaplesA Management Viewpoint17-29
Joseph P. GoldbergThe Changing Role of Government in Labor Relations30-41
David L. ColeGovernment in the Bargaining Process: The Role of Mediation42-58
Jay KramerLaw and Policy in State Labor Relations Acts: The New York Board as Innovator59-75
George W. TaylorThe Adequacy of Taft-Hartley in Public Emergency Disputes76-84
John Perry HorlacherA Political Science View of National Emergency Disputes85-95
Frank C. PiersonThe Econonmic Influence of Big Unions96-107
Sar A. LevitanAn Appraisal of the Antitrust Approach108-118
William GombergFeatherbedding: An Assertion of Property Rights119-129
Philip TaftThe Impact of Landrum-Griffin on Union Government130-140
Edward B. ShilsThe Impact of Landrum-Griffin on the Small Employer141-152
1960Nov332Religion in American SocietyRichard D. Lambert
Richard D. LambertForewordviii
Benson Y. LandisTrends in Church Membership in the United States1-8
Timothy L. smithHistoric Waves of Religious Interest in america9-19
Sydney E. AhlstromTheology and the Present-Day Revival20-36
Paul HarrisonChurch and the Laity Among Protestants37-49
John J. KaneChurch and the Laity Among Catholics50-59
Marshall SklareChurch and the Laity Among Jews60-69
William H. Leachfinancing the Local Church70-79
Truman B. DouglassEcological Changes and the Church80-88
Rolfe Lanire HuntReligion and Education89-100
Luke EbersoleReligion and Politics101-111
J. Oscar LeeReligion Among Ethnic and Racial Minorities112-124
Martin E. MartySects and Cults125-134
Roswell P. BarnesThe Ecumenical Movement135-145
Richard D. LambertCurrent Trends in Religion-A Summary146-155
1960Sep331Agricultural Policy, Politics and the Public InterestCharles M. Hardin
Charles M. HardinThe Themeviii
Lawrence WittTrade and Agricultural Policy1-7
D. Gale JohnsonA Sound Trade Policy and its Implications for Agriculture8-13
Willard W. CochranePublic Law 480 and Related Programs14-19
Robert B. SchwengerExport of Capital?20-25
F. F. HillScientific Manpower for the Less-Developed Countries26-31
Charles E. KelloggTransfer of Basic Skills of Food Production32-38
Mervin G. Smith and Joseph AckermanContributions of Colleges of Agriculture in Making Human Capital Available in Foreign Economic Development39-45
Roland R. RenneLand-Grant Institutions, the Public, and the Public Interest46-51
Sherman E. JohnsonPotential Contribution of Agriculture to Economic Growth in Less-Developed Countries52-57
G. E. BrandowOverhauling United States Farm Price Policy58-63
M. K. Horne, Jr.Cotton64-69
R. L. KristjansonWheat70-73
Edward F. RenshawSugar and Wool74-78
David L. MacFarlaneLessons from a Comparison of United States and Canadian Farm Policy Approaches79-84
James G. MaddoxToward Better Use of Human Resources in Agriculture85-91
Joseph S. DavisThe Executive and Farm Policy92-97
Charles M. HardinCongressional Farm Politics and Economic Foreign Policy98-102
Lauren K. SothFarm policy, Foreign Policy, and Farm opinion103-109
Ross B. TalbotFarm Organizations and the National Interest110-115
Wallace E. OggThe Extension Service and Public Policy116-121
Gladys L. Baker and Charles M. HardinAgricultural Policy, Politics, and the Public Interest: Suggestions for Additional Reading122-124
1960Jul330Whither American Foreign Policy?James C. Charlesworth
James C. CharlesworthForewordviii
Robert R. BowieFormulation of American Foreign Policy1-10
Louis B. SohnCreating a Favorable World Opinion of American Foreign Policy11-21
Harold B. HoskinsAre American Foreign Service Officers Adequate?22-28
El-Mehdi Ben AboudAmerica and the Future of the Maghreb29-36
Joseph C SatterthwaiteOur Role in the Quickening Pace Towards Independence in Africa37-49
Joseph S. ClarkAn American Policy Toward Communist China50-58
Aziz AhmedAmerican Alliances with Asian Countries59-66
Edwin M. MartinNew Trends in United States economic Foreign Policy67-76
Herbert SteinA Hard Look at America's Unfavorable Balance of Payments77--85
Paul G. HoffmanShould We Reassess Our Foreign Aid Program86-94
Preston E. JamesImplications of the Race Between Economics and Population in Latin America95-102
Arthur P. WhitakerOur Reaction to Communist Infiltration in Latin America103-115
Roy R. Rubottom, Jr.Towards Better Understanding Between the United States and Latin America116-123
Hans J. MorgenthauThe Problem of German Reunification124-132
James P. WarburgHow Useful is NATO?133-144
Charlotte and George DyerEstimating National Power and Intentions145-155
1960May329International Cooperation for Social Welfare: A New RealityHertha Kraus
Hertha KrausForewordvii
Julia J. HendersonThe Challenge of World-Wide Social Conditions1-14
Elfan ReesThe Refugee Problem: Joint Responsibility15-22
George F. DavidsonNational Efforts in the Field of Social Development23-31
Martha BranscombeIntergovernmental Channels: Activities in the Social Field32-43
Charles I. SchottlandBilateral Channels: Activities in the Social Field44-56
Lewis M. HoskinsVoluntary Agencies and Foundations in International Aid57-68
Alice C. ShafferUNICEL in Central America69-77
Wilfred H. ChinnSocial Development in the United Kingdom African Territories78-87
Victor D. CarlsonPakistan: Co-Operative Ventures in Social Welfare88-96
Donald V. Wilson and Howard A. RuskNew Resources for Rehabilitation and Health97-106
Ernest E. WeissmannMutual Aid in Low-Cost Housing107-114
Elisabeth S. EnochsA Mass Attack on a Basic Problem: A Child Nutrition Project in Latin America115-122
Ernest F. WitteDeveloping Professional Leadership for Social Programs123-136
Jane M. HoeyFoundations for International Aid137-143
Walter M. KotschnigSocial Development and Foreign Policy144-153
1960Mar328Lagging JusticeGlenn R. Winters
Glenn R. WintersForewordvii
John EcklerHistorical Review1-6
Milton D. GreenThe Situation in 19597-28
Roger A. JohnsenJudical Manpower Problems29-36
Harry Kalven, Jr.The Bar, The Court, and the Delay37-45
Hans ZeiselThe Jury and Court Delay46-52
Samuel H. HofstadterA Proposed Automobile Accident Compensation Plan53-60
Charles E. ClarkPractice and Procedure61-69
Alfred P. MurrahPre-Trial Procedure70-74
Bernard BoteinImpartial Medical Testimony75-83
Irving R. KaufmanDecongestion Through Calendar Controls84-93
Orin ThielJudicial Statistics94-104
Leland L. TolmanCourt Administration: Housekeeping for the Judiciary105-115
Walter E. AlessandroniArbitrators, Auditors, Referees, Pro-Tem Judges116-124
Maxine Boord VirtueThe Two Faces of Janus: Delay in Metropolitan Trial Courts125-133
William M. TrumbullState Court Systems134-143
Henry P. ChandlerThe Problem of Congestion and Delay in the Federal Courts144-152
John R. DethmersDelay in State AppellateCourts of Last Resort153-163
1960Jan327Perspectives on Government and ScienceNorman Wengert
Norman WengertForewordvii
John C. HoneyThe Challenge of Government Science1-9
E. R. Piore and R. N. KreidlerRecent Developments in the Relationship of Government to Science10-18
A. Hunter DupreeInfluence of the Past: An Interpretation of Recent Developments in the Context of 200 Years of History19-26
Hubert H. HumphreyThe Need for a Department of Science27-35
Harold J. BarnettResearch and Development, Economic Growth, and National Security36-49
Vincent Heath WhitneyScience, Government, and Society50-58
Harry AlpertThe Government's Growing Recognition of social science59-67
Willis H. ShapleySpecial Problems of Military Research and Development68-75
William D. CareyBudgeting for Science: Presidential Responsibility76-84
Clinton P. Anderson and James T. RameyCongress and Research: Experience in Atomic Research and Development85-94
Byron T. ShawResearch Planning and Control in the United States Department of agriculture: The Experience of an Old and Well-Established Research Agency95-102
Herbert H. RosenbergResearch Planning and Program Development in the National Institutes of Health: The Experience of a Relatively New and Growing Agency103-113
John C. WeaverWhat Federal Funds Mean to the Universities Today114-122
Alan T. WatermanThe Role of the National Science Foundation123-131
Arthur S. FlemmingThe Philosophy and Objectives of the National Defense Education Act132-138
1959Nov326InflationAlfred G. Buehler,
Alfred G. BuehlerThe Problem of Inflation1-10
James A. MaxwellThe Federal Government's Weapons to Fight Inflation and Economic Instability11-18
Maurice H. StansThe Need for Balanced Federal Budgets19-24
Gerhard ColmSocial and Economic Growth Without Inflation25-31
George MeanyWhat Would Labor Do About Inflation?32-39
Harvey PerryThe Fight Against Inflation in Canada40-46
Carrol M. ShanksShould We Accept Inflation?47-54
Harold M. GrovesTaxation and Inflation55-62
Martin R. Gainsbrugh and J. Frank GastonIncome Taxes and Inflation63-70
Emerson P. SchmidtTaxation and Business71-78
John F. DueExcise and Sales Taxes as Anti-Inflationary Measures79-84
Paul G. CraigThe Payroll Taxes and Social Security85-92
Lewis H. KimmelA Federal Tax Program to Promote Economic Stability and Growth93-100
B. U. RatchfordManaging the Public Debt101-108
Howard S. EllisFinancing Business and Consumer Needs Without Inflation109-115
C. Canby BalderstonMonetary Policy and Inflation116-125
Beryl W. SprinkelInflation-Its Cause and Cure126-132
1959Sep325American Civilization and its Leadership NeedsJames C. Charlesworth
James C. CharlesworthForewordviii
Joseph S. ClarkIntroductionx
Filmer S. C. NorthropWhat Kind of American Civilization Do We Want?1-10
Henry WristonHumanists and Generalists11-19
Ewan ClagueOccupational Statistics: A Tool for Determining Manpower Needs20-28
Dael WolfeForecasting Surpluses and Shortages in Key Occupations29-37
Otto PollakUntested Assumptions and Disregarded Factors in Manpower Research38-44
Everett C. HughesPrestige45-49
Harwood L. ChildsMolding Public Opinion on Select Manpower50-57
John J. CorsonSociety's Stake-and Responsibility-for Allocating Manpower58-69
Henry DavidManpower Development and Utilization: A Governmental or a Private Responsibility?70-77
L. G. DerthickDimension for Progress78-86
Lester W. NelsonImprovements Needed in Secondary Schools87-94
Gaylord P. HarnwellToward a More Effective Contribution by Colleges and Universities to National Leadership95-103
C. Scott FletcherContinuing Education for National Survival104-115
1959Jul324Resolving the Russian-American DeadlockJames C. Charlesworth
James C. CharlesworthForewordviii
David J. DallinCommunist Politics in the Western World1-7
Wilhelm G. GreweThe Unification of Germany8-15
James P. WarburgThe Central European Crisis: a Proposal for Western Initiative16-29
Vladimir S. AlkhimovSoviet Foreign Trade Channels30-38
Louis FischerThe Soviet-American Antagonism: How Will It End?39-48
You Chan YangNarrowing the Gap49-55
Frank N. TragerThe Propaganda Battle in India and Burma56-65
Moekarto NotowididgoThe Confrontation of Influnces in Indonesia66-74
Edgar SnowRecognition of the People's Republic of China75-88
Harold E. StassenAbatement of the Arms Race89-95
Y. Leo KohnIsreal and the New Nation States of Asia and africa96-102
Fayez SayeghArab Nationalism and Soviet-American Relations103-110
D. F. FlemingBeyond the Cold War111-126
Francis O. WilcoxSoviet Diplomacy: A Challenge to Freedom127140
1959May323Partnership for Progress: International Technical CooperationRichard W. Gable
Richard W. GableForewordvii
Alvin RosemanAn American Aid Mission Director's View of Technical Co-Operation1-8
Harry L. Spence, Jr.A Resident Representative's View of Technical Co-Operation9-16
Porter Hardy, Jr.A Congressman's View of Technical Co-Operation17-24
David OwenThe United Nations Expanded Program of Technical Co-Operation-A Mulitlateral approach25-32
Rollin S. AtwoodThe United States Point Four Program-A Bilateral Approach33-39
Waldermar A. Nielsen and Zoran S. HodjeraSino-Soviet Bloc Technical assistance-Another Bilateral Approach40-49
Arthur GoldschmidtProgram Planning and Development50-58
Philip M. GlickThe Choice of Instruments for Technical Co-Operation59-67
Henry Reining, Jr.The Government Contract as an Administrative Device68-79
Rowland EggerFinancing Technical Co-Operation80-90
Lynton K. CaldwellThe Role of the Technical Expert91-99
Ronald W. JonesPersonnel Management for Technical Co-Operation100-110
George W. Lawson, Jr.Technical Co-Operation for Administrative Improvement111-119
Dorothy LeeThe Cultural Curtain120-128
Michael H. H. louwThe United Nations Program in Brazil129-139
Henry WiensThe United States Operations Mission in Iraq140-149
George F. gantThe Ford Foundation Program in Pakistan150-159
1959Mar322Prevention of Juvenile DelinquencyHelen L. Witmer
Helen L. WitmerForewordvii
I. Richard PerlmanDelinquency Prevention: The Size of the Problem1-9
Eveoleen N. RexfordSome Meanings of Aggressive Behavior in Children10-18
Solomon KobrinThe Chicago Area Project-A 25 Year Assessment19-29
Gisela KonopkaCo-Ordinationof Services as a Means of Delinquency Prevention30-37
Antoinette FriedA Work Camp Program for Potential Delinquents38-46
Roscoe C. Brown and Dan W. DodsonThe Effectiveness of a Boy's Club in Reducing Delinquency47-52
Paul Hoover BowmanEffects of a Revised School Program on Potential Delinquents53-61
Adele FranklinThe All-Day Neighberhood Schools62-68
Ruth S. TeffertellerDelinquency Prevention Through Revitalizing Parent-Child Relations69-78
G. Lewis PennerAn Experiment in Police and Social Agency Co-Operation79-88
Joan and William McCordA Follow-Up Reprot on the Cambridge-Somerville Youth Study89-96
Walter B. MillerPreventative Work with Street-Corner Groups: Boston Delinquency Project97-106
John M. GandyPreventive Work with street-Corner Groups: Hyde Park Youth Project, Chicago107-116
Marion Strahanan and Cecile SchwartzmanAn Experiment in Reaching Asocial Adolescents Through Group Therapy117-125
J. Douglas and Marguerite Q. GrantA Group Dynamics Approach to the Treatment of Nonconformists in the Navy126-135
Eva RosenfeldA Research-Based Proposal For Community Program of Delinquecy Prevention136-145
1959Jan321Contemporary China and the ChineseHoward L. Boorman
Mary C. WrightModern China in Transition, 1900-19501-8
John M. H. LindbeckThe China Problem Today9-19
Ralph N. CloughUnited States China Policy20-28
H. Arthur SteinerIdeology and Politics in Communist China29-39
Chao Kuo-chunLeadership in the Chinese Communist Party40-50
H. F. SchurmannOrganization and Response in Communist China51-61
J. E. SpencerAgriculture and Population in Relation to Economic Planning62-70
Ronald HsiaChina's Industrial Growth, 1953-195771-81
Theodore His-en ChenThe Thought Reform of Intellectuals82-89
Tien-yi LiContinuity and Change in Modern Chinese Literature90-99
Allen S. WhitingDynamics of the Moscow-Peking Axis100-111
Shen-yu DaiPekings's International Position and the Cold War112-121
Richard Louis WalkerTaiwan's Development as Free China122-135
G. William SkinnerOverseas Chinese in Southeast Asia136-147
1958Nov320Highway Safety and Traffic ControlJohn W. Gibbons
John W. GibbonsForewordviii
Wilfred OwensAutomotive Transport in the United States1-8
David M. BaldwinDimensions of the Traffic Safety Problem9-14
Norman DamonThe Action Program for Highway Safety15-26
George C. StewartInventory and Appraisal27-33
Louis R. MoronyThe Law Must Hurry to Catch Up34-41
Franklin M. KremlPolice, Prosecutors, and Judges42-52
James Stannard BakerDriver Licensing53-62
William G. CarrEducation and the Motor Age63-72
Charles A. ChayneAutomotive Design Contribution to Highway Safety73-83
Edward H. HolmesIncreased Safety-By Design84-92
James L. MalfettiHuman Behavior-Factor X93-102
Sergei N. GrimmTraffic and Safety in Tomorrow's Urban Areas103-112
Stephen S. JacksonThe Military Looks at Traffic Safety113-121
J. W. BetheaOrganizing for Safety122-131
Denis O'NeilTraffic Accident Trends in Europe and the British Isles132-141
1958Sep319Unofficial Government: Pressure Groups and LobbiesDonald C. Blaisdell
Donald C. BlaisdellForewordix
Emanuel CellerPressure Groups in Congress1-9
J. Leiper FreemanThe Bureaucracy in Pressure Politics10-19
Clement E. VoseLitigation as a Form of Pressure Group Politics20-31
Robert F. Lenhart and Karl SchriftgiesserManagement in Politics32-40
Wesley McCuneFarmers in Politics41-51
James B. CareyOrganized Labor in Politics52-62
Henry A. TurnerHow Pressure Groups Operate63-72
Hugh A. BonePolitical Parties and Pressure Group Politics73-83
Richard W. GablePolitical Interest Groups as Policy Shapers84-93
Belle ZellerThe Regulation of Pressure Groups and Lobbyists94-103
Oliver GarceauInterest Group Theory in Political Research104-112
Alfred de GraziaNature and Prospects of Political Interest Groups113-122
Murray S. StedmanPressure Groups and the American Tradition123-129
Samuel H. BeerGroup Representation in Britain and the United States130-140
Henry W. EhrmannPressure Groups in France141-148
Donald C. BlaisdellPressure Groups, Foreign Policy, and International Politics149-157
1958Jul318Asia and Future World LeadershipJames C. Charlesworth
James C. CharlesworthForewordviii
Irene B. TaeuberAsia's Increasing Population1-7
W. Norman BrownReligion and Language as Forces Affecting Unity in Asia8-17
Wilfred MalenbaumThe Asian Economic Potential18-26
Harry Emerson WildesIntellectual Progress in the East27-33
U ThantA Burmese View of World Tensions34-42
Moekarto NotowidigdoAn Indonesian Policy Aimed at Maintaining Freedom and Promoting World Peace43-48
Benjamin HigginsHatta and Co-Operatives: The Middle way for Indonesia49-57
Paul M. A. LinebargerLeadership in the Western Pacific and Southeast Asia58-71
James P. WarburgUnited States Postwar Policy in Asia72-82
Chitra FernandoAsian Xenophobia Against the West83-88
Gaganvihari L. MehtaAsian Nationalism vis-à-vis Other Asian Nations89-96
You Chan YangPossible Permenant Cleavages in Asia97-103
Herbert S. DinersteinThe Soviet Employment of Military strength for Political Purposes104-112
Anthony J. Drexel BiddleBelief in the Continued Solidarity of Our Western Alliances113-121
Frederick C. BarghoornConditions of East-West Peace122-131
Mohammed AliFactors Looking to Eastern World Leadership132-137
Thomas K. FinletterFactors Looking to Western World Leadership138-145
1958May317The Satellites in Eastern EuropeHenry L. Roberts
Henry L. RobertsForewordvii
Hugh Seton-WatsonDifferences in the Communist Parties1-7
Robrt F. ByrnesThe Climax of Stalinism, 1950-19538-11
Edmund O. StillmanThe Beginning of the Thaw, 1953-195512-21
Edward AmesEconomic Policy in Eastern Europe from 1950 through 195622-35
Nicolas SpulberThe Development of Industry36-43
Jozo TomasevichAgriculture in Eastern Europe44-52
Ghita IonescuSocial Structure: Rumania Under Communism53-62
George BeredayEducation and Youth63-70
George GomoriCultural and Literary Developments: Poland and Hungary71-78
Zbigniew BrzezinskiThe Pattern of Political Purges79-87
M. K. DziewanowskiThe Limits and Problems of Decompression: The Case of Poland88-96
Paul KecskemetiThe Limits and Problems of Decompression: The Case of Hungary97-106
Charles P. McVickerTitoism107-114
Ivo DuchacekA "Loyal" Satellite: The Case of Czechoslovakia115-122
Alfred Erich SennThe Sovietization of the Baltic States123-129
Bernard S. MorrisContinuity of Communist Strategic Doctrine Since the Twentieth Party congress130-137
Alexander DallinThe Soviet Stake in Eastern Europe138-145
Elizabeth ValkenierEastern Europe in Exile146-152
John C. CampbellEastern Europe, Germany, and the West153-163
1958Mar316A Crowding Hemisphere: Population Change in the AmericasKingsley Davis
Kingsley DavisRecent Population Trends in the New World: An Over-All View1-10
Harrison BrownLife in the America During the Next century11-17
Norman B. RyderThe Reproductive Renaissance North of the Rio Grande18-24
Mortimer SpiegelmanMortality Trends and Prospects and Their Implications25-33
Helen F. EckersonUnited States and Canada: Magnets for Immigration34-42
Joseph J. SpenglerIssues and Interests in American Immigration Policy43-51
William PetersenInternal Migration and Economic Development in Northern America52-59
Leo F. Schnore and Gene B. PetersenUrban and Metropolitian Development in Northern America60-68
Vasilios G. ValaorasYoung and Aged Populations69-83
Christopher TietzeHuman Fertility in Latin America84-93
George J. StolnitzThe Revolution in death Control in Nonindustrial Countries94-101
Richard RobbinsMyth and Realities of International Migration into Latin America102-110
Harley L. BrowningRecent Trends in Latin American Urbanization111-120
L. A. Costa Pinto and Waldemiro BazzanellaEconomic Development, Social Change, and Population Problems in Brazil121-126
G. W. RobertsThe Caribbean Islands127-136
1958Jan315Understanding AlcoholismElden D. Bacon
Mark KellerAlcoholism: Nature and extent of the Problem1-11
Raymond G. McCarthyAlcoholism: Attitudes and Attacks, 1775-193512-21
Leon A. GreenbergIntoxication and Alcoholism: Physiological Factors22-30
John J. CongerPerception, Learning, and Emotion: The Role of Alcohol31-39
John D. ArmstrongThe Search for the Alcoholic Personality40-47
Albert D. UllmanSociocultural Backgrounds of Alcoholism48-54
Selden D. BaconAlcoholics Do Not Drink55-64
Earl RubingtonThe Chronic Drunkenness Offender65-72
Edith S. LisanskyThe Woman Alcoholic73-81
Jean E. MarkhamThe Case of Mary Doe82-89
Joan K. Jacksonalcoholism and the Family90-98
Sidney VogelPsychiatric Treatment of Alcoholism99-107
Harrison M. TriceAlcoholics Anonymous108-116
Robert StrausMedical Practice and the Alcoholic117-124
Jean V. SapirSocial Work and Alcoholism125-132
Ernest A. ShepherdCurrent Resources for Therapy, Education, and Research133-143
1957Nov314Metropolis in FermentMartin Meyerson
Martin Meyerson and Barbara TerrettMetropolis Lost, Metropolis Regained1-9
Margaret MeadValues for Urban Living10-14
Raymond VernonProduction and Distribution in the Large Metropolis15-29
Wilfred OwenTransportation30-38
Philip M. KlutznickThe Provision of Shelter39-45
Nelson N. FooteCommunity Services46-56
Luther GulickMetropolitan Organization57-65
Lyle C. FitchMetropolitan Financial Problems66-73
Frank P. ZeidlerUrbanism and Government, 1957-197774-81
Wallace S. Sayre"Urbanism and Government, 1957-1977": A Rejoinder82-85
Carl J. FriedrichCreative Methods in Urban Political Change86-93
William HolfordPlans and Programs94-100
Willo von Moltke and Edmund N. BaconIn Pursuit of Urbanity101-111
John E. BurchardThe Urban Aesthetic112-122
David RiesmanThe Suburban Dislocation123-146
Julia HendersonUrbanization and the World Community147-155
Paul N. YlvisakerInnovation and Evolution: Bridge to the Future156-164
1957Sep313Recreation in the Automation AgePaul F. Douglass
Paul F. DouglassForewordix
Willard C. SoutherlandA Philosophy of Leisure1-3
Thomas WoodyLeisure in the Light of History4-10
Margaret MeadThe Pattern of Leisure in Contemporary American Culture11-15
George SouleThe Economics of Leisure16-24
Conrad TaeuberPopulation Changes to 197525-31
John T. HowardFuture Metropolitan Growth and Planning32-37
Norman P. MillerProfessional Education38-45
Garrett G. EppleyProfessional Association46-50
John L. HutchinsonRecreation in the Educational Process51-53
Sal J. PreziosoAdministration of Recreation: Divided Opinions54-57
Harold D. MeyerThe Adult Cycle58-67
William H. Bartlett and Beatrice BridgesVoluntary Youth Organizations68-70
Garrett HeynsPenal Institutions71-75
Robert W. TullyReligious Organizations76-78
Don L. NeerIndustry79-82
Reynold E. CarlsonOrganized Camping83-86
Vera Rensvold, Beatrice H. Hill, elizabeth M. Boggs, and Martin W.MeyerTheraputic Recreation87-91
William and Charlotte AstorPrivate Associations and Commercial activities92-98
Sherwood Gates and Harold W. WilliamsThe Armed Forces99-104
Thomas E. RiversInternational Relationships105-108
Joseph E. ChoateRecreationalBoating: The Nation's Family Sport109-112
James L. BossemeyerTravel: American Mobility113-116
Willis G. LipscombGo Now-Pay Later: Time Payment for International Travel117-118
George D. ButlerThe Structure of Public Leisure Agencies119-125
John H. SiekerRecreation on the National Forest126-131
Robert W. CrawfordThe Philadelphia Experience132-140
James C. CharlesworthA Bold Program for Recreation141-147
1957Jul312The Future of the Western AllianceJames C. Charlesworth
James C. CharlesworthForewordvii
James BurnhamIs Western Europe the Pivot of American Foreign Policy?1-9
D. F. FlemingAre We Moving Toward Fortress America?10-21
Hans J. MorgenthauSources of Tension Between Western Europe and the United States22-28
Jean de la GradvilleProspects of Continued Anglo-French Solidatiry29-35
Robert Strausz-HupeStability of English and French Foreign Policy36-41
F. S. C. NorthropNeutralism and United States Foreign Policy42-68
Anthony J. Drexel Biddle, Jr.Current Russian Designs in eurpoe and the Middle East69-76
Frederick L. SchumanThe Soviet Union and German Rearmament77-83
Heinz L. KrekelerThe German Defense Contribution84-88
Richard C. LindsayThe Military Potential of NATO89-93
Geoffrey W. AldingtonThe Trend in International Payments: Britain and the United States94-102
Charles P. TaftThe Future of American Econmic Aid to Europe103-108
Milton GilbertEconomic Prospects in Western Eurpoe109-115
Clarence K. StreitThe Diplomatic Potential of NATO116-126
James P. WarburgAmerican Diplomatic Leadership in the West127-136
1957May311The American Indian and American LifeGeorge E. Simpsonand J. Milton Yinger
George E. Simpson and J. Milton YingerForewordvii
D'Arcy McNickleIndian and European: Indian-White Relations from Discovery to 18871-11
Theodore H. HaasThe Legal Aspects of Indian Affairs from 1887 to 195712-22
J. Nixon HadleyDemography of the American Indians23-30
William Zimmerman, Jr.The Role of the Bureau of Indian Affairs Since 193331-40
Oliver La FargeTermination of Federal Supervision: Disintergration and the American Indians41-46
Arthur V. WatkinsTermination of Federal supervision: The Removal of Restrictions Over Indian Property and Person47-55
Nancy Oestreich LurieThe Indian Claims Commission Act56-70
William H. KellyThe Economic Basis of Indian Life71-79
John Adair, Kurt Deuschle, and Walsh McDermottPatterns of Health and Disease Among the Navahos80-94
Heldegard ThompsonEducation Among American Indians: Institutional Aspects95-104
Robert J. HavighurstEducation Among American Indians: Individual and Cultural Aspects105-115
Helen L. PetersonAmerican Indian Political Participation116-126
Ruth UnderhillReligion Among American Indians127-136
Evon Z. VogtThe Acculturation of American Indians137-146
George D. and Louise S. SpindlerAmerican Indian Personality Types and their Sociocultural Roots147-157
Edward P. Dozier, George E. Simpson, and J. Milton YingerThe Intergration of Americans of indian Descent158-165
1957Mar310Current Issues in International Labor RelationsJohn P. Windmuller
John P. WindmullerForewordvii
Lewis L. LorwinThe Structure of International Labor Activities1-11
Arnold L. steinbachRegional Organizations of International Labor12-20
alfred BraunthalEconomic and social aspects of international Trade Union Work21-30
David A. Morsethe International Labor Organization in a Changing World31-38
George B. BaldwinNationalization in Britain: A Sombering Decade39-54
William H. McPhersonLabor Relations in postwar Germany55-65
Val R. LorwinCollective Bargaining in Postwar France66-74
Maurice F. NeufeldThe Italian Labor Movement in 1956: The Structure of Crisis75-86
Allan FlandersWage Movements and Wage Policies in Postwar Britain87-98
Gosta Rehnswedish Wages and Wage Policies99-108
John P. WindmullerPostwar Wage Determination in the Netherlands109-122
Mark PerlmanEconomic Growth and Government Wage Regulation: The Australian problem123-132
R. B. DavisonLabor Relations in Ghana133-141
J. Norman ParmerTrade Unions in Malaya142-150
Oscar A. OrnatiProblems of Indian Trade Unionism151-161
george T. DanielLabor and nationalism in the British Caribbean162-171
Nadav HaleviThe Israeli Labor Movement172-181
1957Jan309Disasters and Disaster ReliefDe Witt Smith
DeWitt SmithForewordviii
Hoyt LemonsPhysical Characteristics of Disasters: Historical and Statistical Review1-14
Samuel Davis Sturgis, Jr.Floods15-22
F. W. ReichelderferHurricanes, Tornadoes, and Other Storms23-35
L. Don LeetEarthquakes36-41
Charles E. Fritz and Harry B. WilliamsThe Human Being in Disasters: A Research Prespective42-51
Val PetersonCo-ordinating and extending Federal Assistance52-64
Arthur S. FlemmingThe Impact of Disasters on Readiness for War65-70
Carter L. BurgessThe Armed Forces in disaster Relief71-79
L. E. BurneyPublic Health Problems in Major Disasters80-88
William L. McGillHow a State Prepares for Disaster89-97
Edwin S. OvermanThe Flood Peril and the Federal Flood Insurance Act of 195698-106
Ellsworth BunkerThe Voluntary Effort in Disaster Relief107-117
DeWitt SmithEmergency Mass Care118-131
Robert E. BondyRelief and Rehabilitation of Families and Individuals132-141
Harold C. LuethEmergency Medical, Hospital, and Nursing Care142-150
Calvin S. DrayerPsychological Factors and Problems, Emergency and Long-Term151-159
William W. StilesHow a Community Met a Disaster: Yuba City Flood, December 1955160-169
1956Nov308Japan Since Recovery of Independence, 1952-1956Kenneth E. Colton, Hattie Kawahara Coltonand George O. Totten
George O. Totten, Hattie Kawahara Colton, and Kenneth E. ColtonForewordvii
Nobushige UkaiConstitutional trends and developments1-9
Kiyoaki TsujiThe Cabinet, Administrative Organization, and the Bureaucracy10-17
Hattie Kawahara ColtonThe National Diet after Independence18-27
Kakiwa GokijoThe Judical System of New Japan28-39
Kenneth E. ColtonThe Conservative Political Movement40-53
Cecil H. UyeharaThe Social Democratic Movement54-62
Rodger SwearingenJapanese Communism and the Moscow-Peking Axis63-75
Hirotatsu FujiwaraNationalism and the Ultraright Wing76-84
Shigeto TsuruInternal Industrial and Business Trends85-94
Jerome B. CohenProblems in Foreign Trade and Investment95-101
Solomon B. LevineLabor Patterns and Trends102-112
John D. EyrePost-Occopation Conditions in Rural Japan113-120
Allan B. ColeSocial Stratification and Mobility: Some Political Implications121-129
Shio SakanishiWomen's Position and the Family System130-140
Daishiro HidakaThe Aftermath of Educational Reform141-155
Katsuo OkazakiJapan's Foreign Relations156-166
Masamichi RoyamaProblems in Self-Defense167-174
1956Sep307The Office of the American PresidencySidney Hyman
Sidney HymanForewordvii
Sidney HymanThe Art of the Presidency1-9
Louis W. KoenigThe Man and the Institution10-14
Robert E. MerriamThe Bureau of the Budget as Part of the Presiden's Staff15-23
Stephen K. BaileyThe President and His Political Executives24-36
Harlan ClevelandThe Executive and the Public Interest37-54
Douglass CaterThe President and the Press55-65
Peter H. OdegardPresidential Leadership and Party Responsibility66-81
Gus TylerThe Presidency and Labor82-91
Wilfred E. BinkleyThe President as Chief Legislator92-105
Joseph TanenhausThe Supreme Court and Presidential Power106-113
Paul H. NitzeThe Modern President as a World Figure114-123
Maurice WatersSpecial Diplomatic Agents of the President124-133
Eli E. NoblemanThe Delegation of Presidential Functions: Constitutional and Legal Aspects134-143
Peter Frelinghuysen, Jr.Presidential Disability144-155
1956Jul306Africa and the Western WorldThorsten Sellen
Thorsten SellinForewordvii
Fernand van LangenhoveHow to Approach African problems1-3
Benjamin RivlinCultural Conflict in French North Africa4-9
Muhammad H. el-FarraThe Aspirations of the People of French North africa10-16
Roger VaursThe Role of France and the Frence in North Africa17-25
John E. HollowayApartheid26-37
Gwendolen M. CarterThe Consequences of Apartheid38-42
Harold K. HochschildLabor Relations in Northern africa43-49
Harry R. RudinThe International Position of Africa Today50-54
W. F. CottrellThe United Nations and Africa55-61
William BascomObstacles to Self-Governmrnt62-70
Harold CooperPolitical Preparedness for Self-Government71-77
St. Clair DrakeProspects for democracy in the Gold Coast78-87
Daniel F. McCallLiberia: An Appraisal88-97
Carl G. Rosberg, Jr.The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland: Problems of Democratic Government98-105
Edward C. JandyEthiopia Today: a Review of Its Changes and Problems106-116
George V. AllenUnited States Foreign Policy in Africa117-120
Frances P. BoltonA View of Africa121-127
1956May305Agrarian Societies in TransitionBert F. Hoselitz
Bert F. HoselitzForewordvii
Bert F. HoselitzNationalism, Economic Development, and Democracy1-11
Elizabeth E. HoytThe Impact of a Money Economy on Consupmtion Patterns12-22
Manning NashThe Recruitment of Wage Labor and Development of New Skills23-31
Leo SilbermanThe Evolution of Entrepreneurship in the Process of Economic Development32-44
Jean L. ComhaireEconomic Change and the Extended Family45-52
Kingsley DavisThe Unpredicted Pattern of Population Change53-59
Catherine BauerThe Pattern of Urban and Economic Development: Social Implications60-69
Frederick W. RiggsPublic Administration: A Neglected Factor in economic Development70-80
Milton singerCultural Values in India's Economic Development81-91
Theodore MorganThe Economic development of Ceylon92-100
John W. Bennett and Robert K. McKnightApproaches of the Japanese Innovator to Cultural and Technical Change101-113
Frederick H. Harbison and Ibrahim Abdelkader IbrahimSome Labor Problems of Industrialization in Egypt114-124
Pius OkigboSocial Consequences of Economic Development in West Africa125-133
William H. KnowlesSocial Consequences of Economic Change in Jamaica134-144
S. N. EisenstadtIsrael: Traditional and Modern Social Values and Economic Development145-156
1956Mar304Racial Desegregation and IntegrationIra De A. Reid
Ira De A. ReidForewordix
John Hope FranklinHistory of Racial Segregation in the United States1-9
Rayford W. LoganThe United States Supreme Court and the Segregation Issues10-16
Ambrose CaliverSegregation in american Education: An Overview17-25
Philip H. CoombsThe Search for Facts26-34
James M. Nabrit, Jr.Legal Inventions and the Desegregation Process35-43
Harold C. FlemingResistance Movements and Racial Desegregation44-52
Milton M. GordonThe Girard College Case: Desegregation and a Municipal Trust53-61
Elmer A. CarterPolicies and Practices of Discrimination Commissions62-77
James C. Evans and David A. Lane, Jr.Integration in the Armed Services78-85
Robert C. WeaverIntegration in Public and Private Housing86-97
Irene Osborne and Richard K. BennettEliminating Educational Segregation in the Nation's Capital98-108
Merrimon CuninggimIntegration in Professional Education: The Story of Perkins, Southern Methodist University109-115
Hylan Lewis and Mozell HillDesegregation, Integration, and the Negro Community116-123
J. Milton Yinger and George E. SimpsonThe Integration of Americans of Mexican, Puerto Rican, and Oriental Descent124-131
John F. MelbyRacial Policy and International Relations132-136
Herbert BlumerSocial Science and the Desegregation Process137-143
1956Jan303Russia Since Stalin: Old Trends and New ProblemsPhilip E. Mosely
Philip E. MoselyForewordvii
Barrington Moore, Jr.The Outlook1-10
John N. HazardGovernmental Developments in the USSR Since Stalin11-22
Merle FainsodThe Communist Party Since Stalin23-36
Joseph A. KershawRecent Trends in the Soviet Economy37-49
M. Gardner ClarkSoviet Iron and Steel Industry: Recent Developments and Prospects50-61
Gregory GrossmanSoviet Agriculture Since Stalin62-74
Oleg HoeffdingRecent Trends in soviet Foreign Trade75-88
Ernest J. SimmonsSoviet Literature, 1950-195589-103
Arthur VoyceSoviet Art and Architecture: Recent Developments104-115
Robert M. SlusserSoviet Music since the Death of stalin116-125
George L. KlineRecent Soviet Philosophy126-138
John TurkevichSoviet Science in the Post-Stalin Era139-151
Paul E. ZinnerSoviet Policy in Eastern Europe152-165
Robert F. ByrnesSoviet Policy Toward Western Europe Since Stalin166-178
Harold H. FisherSoviet Policy in Asia Since Stalin179-191
Philip E. MoselyThe Soviet Union and the United States: Problems and Prospect192-198
1955Nov302The Public School and Other Community ServicesTheodore L. Reller
Theodore L. RellerChanging Scenes-Changing Issues1-7
Francis ViolichThe City Planning Process: A Framework for Community Education8-16
Catherine BauerHousing Policy and the Educational System17-27
Jackson M. andersonEducation and Recreation28-33
Dorothy B. NysanderEducation and Public Health34-43
Kermit T. WiltseEducation and Social Welfare44-51
Frances Henne and Frances Lander SpainThe School and the Public Library52-59
Bertram M. BeckThe School and Delinquency Controls60-67
William P. Loomis and Louise MooreOccupational Education in the schools68-73
W. O. Lester SmithTowards Co-Ordination in Great Britain: A Survey74-81
William P. AlexanderCo-Ordination in Great Britain: Trends and Issues82-87
H. S. MagnayLiverpool: A Case Study in Co-Ordination88-99
F. Th. Van der MadenEducation and Other Governmental agencies in the Netherlands106-113
Ake W. EdfeldtEducation and Related Services in Sweden114-120
Robert DottrensEducation and Other Governmental Services in Switzerland121-127
Gordon W. BlackwellA Sociologist on School-Community Relationships128-135
Eldon L. JohnsonCo-Ordination: The Viewpoint of a Political Scientist136-142
Theodore L. RellerSome Paths to Co-Ordination143-148
1955Sep301Higher Education Under StressFrancis J. Brownand Thorsten Sellin
Francis J. BrownA long Range View of Higher Education1-6
Gordon Keith ChalmersThe Purpose of Learning7-16
M. H. TryttenMeeting Manpower Needs17-21
John Dale RussellChanging Patterns of Administrative Organization in Higher Education22-31
A. J. Brumbaugh and Redding S. Suggs, Jr.Recent Developments in State and Regional Planning of Higher Education32-40
J. L. MorrillHigher Education and the Federal Government41-45
Harry J. CarmanCampus Issues and Problems46-57
Harold W. StokeThe Flowering Curricula of American Higher Education58-64
Fred O. PinkhamThe Accreditation Problem65--74
Harry D. GideonseAcademic Freedom: A Decade of Challenge and Clarification75-85
Howard E. WilsonThe Role of the University in International Relations86-94
Ernest Minor PattersonThe Career of Edmund Janes James97-100
John A. PerkinsGovernment Support of Public Universities and Colleges101-111
Carter DavidsonGovernment Support of Private Colleges and Universities112-122
Ernest T. Stewart, Jr.Alumni Support and Annual Giving123-139
Wilson ComptonCorporation Support140-147
Herbert S. Conrad and ernest V. HollisTrends in Tuition Charges and Fees148-165
John F. MeckHow Much-And How-Should Students Pay for Higher Education?166-174
Harry L. WellsStandards of Service in University Management175-183
Richard M. PagetOperating Costs and University Management: Methods to Effect Economies184-195
Henry M. WristonHow to Finance Higher Education in the Future196-204
John D. MillettRecent Developments in Financing Higher Education205-210
1955Jul300Internal Security and Civil Rights in AmericaThorsten Sellen
George M. LeaderAddress1-3
M. Stanley LivingstonScience and Security4-12
Harold E. FellowsFreedom of Expression on the Air13-19
Adolf A. Berle, Jr.Concentration of Economic Power and Protection of Freedom of Expression20-28
Patrick Murphy MalinIs Wire Tapping Justified?29-35
Joseph A. FanelliPassport-Right or Privilege?36-40
Philip E. JacobReligious Freedom-A Good Security Risk?41-50
Francis BiddleSubversives in Government51-61
Ernest van den HaagControlling Subversive Groups62-71
Robert M. HutchinsThe Meaning of Significance of Academic Freedom72-78
Harold TaylorThe Dismissal of Fifth Amendment Professors79-86
Charles G. BolteSecurity Through Book Burning87-93
Ralph S. Brown, Jr.The Operation of Personnel Security Programs94-101
Eleanor BontecouDue Process in security Dismissals102-109
Marie JahodaMorale in the Federal Civil Service110-113
Telford TaylorThe Constitutional Privilege Against Self-Incrimination114-122
Thurman ArnoldDue Process in Trials123-130
1955May299Air Power and National SecurityRobert Strausz-Hupeand Stefan T. Possony
Stefan T. Possony and Leslie RosenzweigThe Geography of the Air1-11
Eugene M. EmmeSome Fallacies Concerning Air Power12-24
Thomas D. whiteThe Scope of United States Air Strategy25-29
Elton C. FayAir Strength of the United states30-37
Ramsay D. Potts, Jr.The Foundations of Soviet Air Power: A Historical and Managerial Interpretation38-48
Edward W. S. HullA Steel Ring for the Iron Curtain: An Appraisal of air Power in Other Nations49-57
Lewis S. ThompsonThe Psychological Impact of air Power58-66
W. Barton LeachObstacles to the Development of American Air Power67-75
Thomas K. FinletterAir Power and Foreign Policy, Especially in the Far East76-86
Robert D. MurphyCollective security in the Air Age87-94
Raymond AronEurope and Air Power95-101
Alvin J. CottrellThe Role of NATO's Air Forces102-108
Paul M. A. LinebargerAir Power in the Modern Middle East109-117
T. F. WalkowiczStrategic Concepts for the Nuclear Age118-127
Donald T. PerkinsDropping the Pilot128-133
Robert Strausz-HupeAviation and International Co-Operation134-140
1955Mar298Contemporary Africa: Trends and IssuesWilliam O. Brown
Robert W. SteelAfrica: The Environmental Setting1-10
Melville J. HerskovitsPeoples and Cultures of Sub-Saharan Africa11-20
Philippe W. MarcaisPeoples and Cultures of North Africa21-29
Harry R. RudinPast and Present Role of Africa in World Affairs30-38
Frank R. La MacchiaAfrican Economies: Basic Characteristics and Prospects39-51
Jo W. SaxeThe Changing Economic Structure of French West Africa52-61
J. HugeEconomic Planning and Development in the Belgian Congo62-70
Sheila T. Van der HorstThe Union of South Africa: Economic Problems in a Multiracial Situation71-83
Kenneth RobinsonColonial Issues and Policies with Special Reference to Tropical Africa84-94
James S. ColemanCurrent Political Movements in Africa95-108
Benjamin RivlinContext and Sources of Political Tensions in French North Africa109-116
David E. ApterBritish West Africa: Patterns of Self-Government117-129
Kenneth KirkwoodBritish Central Africa: Politics Under Federation130-141
Gwendolen M. CarterUnion of South Africa: Politics of White Supremacy142-150
Daniel F. McCallDynamics of Urbanization in Africa151-160
Emory RossImpact of Christianity in Africa161-169
Margaret H. ReadEducation in Africa: Its Pattern and Role in Social Change170-179
1955Jan297Ethical Standards and Professional ConductBenson Y. Landis
John L. CareyThe Ethics of Public Accounting1-8
George Bain CummingsStandards of Professional Practice in architecture9-16
William T. Fitts, Jr. and Barbara FittsEthical Standards of the Medical Profession17-36
Henry S. DrinkerLegal Ethics37-45
H. A. WagnerPrinciples of Professional Conduct in Engineering46-58
Ben Zion Boksercodes of the American Rabbinate59-63
Paul Hanly FurfeyThe Code of the Catholic Clergy64-69
Nolan B. HarmonEthics of the Protestant Ministry70-75
Cyrus C. PerryA Code of Ethics for Public School Teachers76-82
Kermit EbyOrganized Labor and American Ethics83-89
O. Glenn StahlDemocracy and Public Employee Morality90-97
Phillip MonypennyThe Control of Ethical Standards in the Public Service98-104
Morris L. CoganThe Problem of Defining a Profession105-111
Howard R. BowenBusiness Management: A Profession?112-117
R. M. MacIverThe Social Significance of Professional Ethics118-124
1954Nov296The Future of the United Nations: Issues of Charter RevisionPhilip E. Jacob
Francis O. WilcoxHow the United Nations Charter Has developed1-13
Carlos P. RomuloStrengthening the United Nations14-19
Raymond AronLimits to the Powers of the United Nations20-26
Elmore JacksonDeveloping the Peaceful Settlement Functions of the United Nations27-35
Raymond F. MikesellBarriers to the Expansion of United Nations Economic Functions36-45
Quincy WrightHuman Rights and Charter Revision46-55
Sergio Armando FrazaoInternational Responsibility for Non-Self-Governing Peoples56-67
Clyde EagletonThe Yardstick of International Law68-76
Hans J. MorgenthauThe Yardstick of National Interest77-84
Ales BeblerThe Yardstick of Collective Interest85-92
R. W. Van WagenenExpanding the United Nations Community: Analysis and Proposition93-96
Heinrich von Brentano, Clement Davies, Rajaeshwar Dayal, R. W. G. Mackay, Lester B. Pearson and You Chan YangComments97-105
H. Field Haviland, Jr.Improving the Policy-Making Processes: Analysis and Proposition106-109
Lawrence S. Finkelstein, G. A. Lincoln, Louis B. Sohn, and Kenneth YoungerComments110-116
David F. CaversInternational Control of Armaments: Analysis and Proposition117-123
Grenville Clark, Benjamin V. Cohen, W. Sterling Cole, and Percy C. SpenderComments124-130
Waldo ChamberlinStrengthening the Secretariat: Analysis and Proposition131-133
W. Friedmann, Awni Khalidy, Jacob Robinson, and Wallace S. SayreComments134-139
Salah el dine TaraziThe Risks of Revision: Appraisal of United Nations Preparations for Charter Review140-146
Soviet Policy Toward Revision147-150
David McKendree KeyUnited States Planning for Charter Review151-155
Alexander WileyThe Senate and the Review of the United Nations Charter156-162
1954Sep295America through Foreign EyesRichard D. Lambert
William BuchananHow Others See Us1-11
Reuel DenneyHow American See Themselves: Studies of American National Character12-20
Arvid BrodersenThemes in the Interprestation of America by Prominent Visitors from Abroad21-32
Jacques FreymondAmerica in European Eyes33-41
Frederick C. BarghoornThe Soviet Image of the Unites States: A Deliberately Distorted Image42-51
Norbert MuhlenAmerica and American Occupation in German Eyes52-61
Richard D. Lambert and Marvin BresslerIndian Students and the United States: Cross-Cultrual Images62-72
Ruth Hill Useem and John UssemImages of the United States and Britain Held by Foreign-educated Indians73-82
Herbert Passin and John W. BennettThe America-Educated Japanese, I83-96
Herbert Passin and John W. BennettThe America-Educated Japanese, II97-107
Ralph L. BealsThe Mexican Student Views the United States108-115
Norman D. HumphreyThe Mexican Image of Americans116-125
William H. Sewell, Richard T. Morris and Oluf M. DavidsenScandinavian Students' Images of the United States: A Study in Cross-Cultrual Education126-135
Franklin D. ScottThe Swedish Students' Image of the United States136-145
1954Jul294America and a New AsiaJames C. Charlesworth
Harry Emerson WildesThe War for the Mind of Japan1-7
Sadao IguchiThe Place of Japan in a Resurgent Asia8-13
Robert J. G. McClurkinRelations Between Japan and the United States14-22
Tatsuo MoritoJapan and the Two Worlds23-32
Robert T. OliverA Brief for Korea33-41
You Chan YangThe Aspirations of Korea42-47
Arthur H. DeanThe Role of the United States in the Far East48-55
Adolf A. Berle, Jr.The Soviet-Chinese Complex56-70
V. K. Wellington KooThe Real China71-82
Alfred le S. JenlinsPresent United States Policy Toward china83-88
Lauriston SharpParadoxes in the Indochinese Dilemma89-98
Pierre MilletOur Common Stake in Indochina99-107
Philip W. ThayerThe Indochinese Question Mark108-112
Norman D. PalmerUps and Downs in Indo-American Relations113-123
Gaganvihari L. MehtaIndia and the United states: Democracy East and West124-130
John D. JerneganAmerican Policy Toward India and the security of South Asia131-137
Halford L. HoskinsThe Quest for Security in the Middle East138-146
Abdul Monem Rifa'IThe Arab Commonwealth147-150
N. Saifpour FatemiThe United States in the Changing Middle East151-157
1954May293Prisons in TransformationThorsten Sellin
Sanford BatesThe Prison-Asset or Liability1-9
James V. BennettEvaluatuing A Prison10-16
Austin H. MacCormickBehind the Prison Riots17-27
Roy CaseyCatchall Jails28-34
Myrl E. AlexanderDo Our Prisons Cost Too Much?35-41
George B. VoldDoes the Prison Reform?42-50
Norman FentonThe Process of Reception in the Adult Correctional System51-58
Richard A. McGeeSaving Prison Waste59-69
Albert A. EvansCorrectional Institution Personnel-Amatuers or Professionals?70-78
Kenyon J. ScudderThe Open Institution79-87
Lloyd W. McCorkle and richard R. KornResocialization Within walls88-98
Paul W. TappanThe Legal Rights of Prisoners99-111
Will C. TurnbladhSubstitutes for Imprisonment112-118
Sir Lionel W. FoxEnglish Prisons Since the War119-129
Paul CornilPrison Reform in Belgium Since the War130-138
Charles GermainPostwar Prison Reform in France139-151
Torsten ErikssonPostwar Prison Reform in Sweden152-162
1954Mar292Bureaucracy and Democratic GovernmentJames C. Charlesworth
Arnold BrechtHow Bureaucracies Develop and Function1-10
Harry Flood ByrdThe Size and Cost of Our Government11-17
Peter H. OdegardToward a responsible Bureaucracy18-29
James L. McCamyResponsiveness Versus Efficiency in Public service30-38
Wallace S. SayreThe Recruitment and Training of Bureaucrats in the United states39-44
O. Glenn stahlSecurity of Tenure-Career or Sinecure?45-56
Marshall E. DimockAdministartive Law and Bureaucracy57-64
Taylor ColeLessons from Recent European Experience65-75
Charles E. gilbert and Max M. KampelmanLegislative Control of the Bureaucracy76-87
James HartAdministration and the Courts88-94
Herbert A. SimonStaff and Management Controls95-103
Edgar LaneInterest Groups and Bureaucracy104-110
Edwin O. SteneAdministrative Integration111-119
William S. CarpenterThe Problem of Service Levels120-128
Richard S. ChildsCitizen Organization for Control of Government129-135
Paul H. ApplebyBureaucracy and the Future136-151
1954Jan291New Goals in Police ManagementBruce Smith
Bruce SmithA Preface to Law Enforcement1-4
William H. ParkerThe police Challenge in Our Great Cities5-13
John M. GleasonPolicing the Smaller Cities14-21
Edward J. HickeyTrends in Rural Police Protection22-30
Earle W. GarrettSpecial Purpose Police Forces31-38
John Edgar HooverThe Basis of Sound Law Enforcement39-45
Stanley R. SchrotelChanging Patrol Methods46-53
Paul L. KirkProgress in Criminal Investigation54-62
Franklin M. KremlThe specialized Traffic Division63-72
Wilbur S. SmithWidening the Traffic Enforcement Front73-77
Jane E. RinckSupervising the Juvenile Delinquent78-86
O. W. WilsonToward a Better Merit System87-96
Robrt A. LothianOperation of a Police Merit System97-106
Robert S. SearesThe Police Cadet107-112
Raymond E. CliftPolice Training113-118
Bruce Smith, Jr.The Policeman's Hire119-126
A. E. LeonardCrime Reporting as a Police Management Tool127-134
G. Douglas GourleyPolice Public Relations135-142
Audrey M. DaviesPolice, the Law, and the Individual143-151
Don L. Kooken and Loren D. AyresPolice Unions and the Public Safety152-158
1953Nov290The Impact of Atomic EnergyRobert A. Dahl
Robert A. DahlAtomic Energy and the Democratic Process1-6
Arnold WolfersSuperiority in Nuclear Weapons: Advantages and Limitations7-15
Robert W. FraseInternational Control of Nuclear Weapons16-26
David F. CaversThe Economic Consequences of Atomic Attack27-34
James A. LaneEconomic Technology of Nuclear Power35-44
Walker L. CislerEconomic Feasibility: The Dual Purpose Reactor45-49
George L. WeilEcocomic Feasibility: The Single Prupose Nuclear Power Plant50-61
Walter Isard and Robert A. KaveshSome Economic Consequences of Nuclear Power62-66
Vincent Heath WhitneySome Sociological Consequences of Atomic Power67-75
Henry M. JacksonCongress and the Atom76-81
Richard A. TyboutThe Contractor System82-89
John Gorham PalfreyThe Problem of Secrecy90-99
Ralph S. Brown, Jr.Personnel Security100-107
Elizabeth Douvan and Stephen B. WitheySome Attitudinal Consequences of Atomic Energy108-117
R. L. Meier and E. RabinowitchScientists Before and after the Bomb118-126
Wayne A. R. LeysHuman Value in the Atomic Age127-133
1953Sep289Congress and Foreign RelationsThorsten V. Kalijarviand Chester E. Merrow
Chester E. MerrowUnited States Leadership in a Divided World1-10
Ernest S. GriffithThe Place of Congress in foreign Relations11-21
Dorothy Burne GoebelCongress and Foreign Relations Before 190022-39
Mary E. BradshawCongress and Foreign Policy Since 190040-48
Guy M. GilletteThe Senate in Foreign Relations49-57
Alexander WileyThe Committee on Foreign Relations58-65
James P. RichardsThe House of Representatives in Foreign Affairs66-72
Robert B. ChiperfieldThe Committee on Foreign Affairs73-83
Michael H. CardozoCommittees Touching Foreign Relations Indirectly84-91
Franklin L. BurdetteInfluence of Noncongressional Pressures on Foreign Policy92-99
Ben H. Brown, Jr.Congress and the Department of State100-107
Estes KefauverExecutive-Congressional Liaison108-113
H. Alexander SmithInformation and Intelligence for Congress114-119
A. S. J. CarnahanCongressional Travel Abroad and Reports120-126
Mike MansfieldThe Meaning of the Term "Advice and Consent"127-133
John W. BrickerMaking Treaties and Other International Agreements134-144
Eli E. NoblemanFinancial Aspects of Congressional Participation in Foreign Relations145-164
John M. VorysParty Responsibility for Foreign Policy165-171
Thorsten V. KalijarviThe Future of Congress in Foreign Relations172-177
1953Jul288NATO and World PeaceErnest Minor Patterson
Clarence K. StreitAtlantic Union-Freedom's Answer to Malenkov2-12
Otto Tod MalleryDeclaration of Interdependence13-19
F. Cyril JamesThe Scope of Strategy20-26
Herman Miles SomersCivil-Military Relations in Mutual Security27-35
D. F. FlemingThe Failure of Western Policies36-46
Emil LengyelMiddle East Power Vacuum47-55
Farid S. HananiaTension in the Arab Near East56-62
Jean de LagardeThe Meaning of NATO for France and Europe63-66
Charles H. Bonesteel, IIINATO and the Underdeveloped Areas67-73
Zygmunt Nagorski, Jr.NATO and the Captive Countries74-81
James P. WarburgWhich Way to Liberation?82-92
Charles J. KerstenThe Liberation Policy and International Order93-104
Leo MatesThe Contribution of Yugoslavia to Peace105-113
William T. R. FoxNATO and Coalition Diplomacy114-118
R. G. MackayNATO and U.N.119-125
Alfred J. HolzNATO: Myth or Reality126-133
Owen J. RobertsWhat Should Follow from NATO?134-139
Austin F. MacdonaldPolitics in the Union of South Africa140-152
1953May287Judicial Administration and the Common ManBenjamin Kaplan and Livingston Hall
Willard HurstChanging Popular Views About Law and Lawyers1-7
Morris PloscoweThe Inferior Criminal Courts in Action8-12
James P. EconomosThe Traffic Problem, Traffic Laws, and Traffic Courts13-20
Frank H. MyersThe Small Claims Court in the District of Columbia21-26
Earl Lomon KoosFamily Problems and the Court27-33
Louis L. JaffeLabor arbitration and the Individual Worker34-42
Paul E. BasyeThe Problem of Administering Small Estates43-52
Samuel B. HorovitzWorkmen's Compensation and the Claimant53-61
Leslie P. HenryWorkmen's Compensation and the Insurance Carrier62-68
Joseph SchneiderAccident Litigation: The Common Man Sues69-74
Wallace E. SedgwickAccident Litigation: The Insurance Carrier Defends75-82
Franklin J. MarryottAutomobile Accidents and Financial Responsibility83-91
Curtis BokThe Jury System in America92-96
Bernard D. MeltzerA Projected Study of the Jury as a Working Institution97-102
A. S. CutlerWhy the Good Citizen Aviods Testifying103-109
Alfred F. ConardThe Impact of Expense on Injury Claims110-119
Emery A. BrownellAvailability of Low Cost Legal services120-126
Leland L. TolmanThe Taxpayers' Stake in the Courts127-133
William C. Hecht, Jr.Expediting Trial of Cases in New York County134-140
Maxine Boord VirtueImproving the Structure of Courts141-146
Willard G. WoelperWork of the Modern Administrator of Courts147-153
Herbert PeterfreundThe Essentials of Modern Reform in the Litigative Process154-162
Harold J. GallagherThe American Bar Association Program163-168
Bolitha J. LawsLay Assistance in Improving Judicial Administration169-173
Edward S. GreenbaumNeed for Continious Study of Law in Action174-179
1953Mar286Mental Health in the United StatesRobert H. Dysinger
Frank G. BourdreauMental Health, The New Public Health Frontier1-4
R. H. Felix and Morton Kramerextent of the Problem of Mental Disorders5-14
John R. SeeleySocial Values, the Mental Health Movement, and Mental Health15-24
George A. JervisThe Mental Deficiencies25-33
Edwin A. Weinstein, E. C. Alvord, Jr., and David McK. RiochDisorders Associated with Disturbance of Brain Function34-44
Edward J. StainbrookThe Schizophrenic, Manic, and Depressive Behavioral Reactions45-54
Sol Wiener GinsburgThe Neuroses55-64
Frederick H. AllenSpecial Problems of Infancy and Childhood65-73
Jack R. EwaltMental Health Problems Affecting Social Relations74-80
Jules V. ColemanWorkers in the Field of Mental Health81-91
George S. StevensonThe Citizens Mental Health Movement92-99
James V. LowryPublic Mental Health Agencies, State and National100-106
Walter E. BartonHospital Services for the Mentally Ill107-115
Paul V. LemkauLocal Mental Health Services116-125
George E. GardnerAmerican Child Psychiatric Clinics126-135
Daniel BlainPrivate Practice of psychiatry136-149
Bradley BuellPlanning Community-Wide attack on Behavior Disorders150-157
Ernest M. GruenbergThe Prevention of Mental Disease158-166
Lawrence K. FrankThe Promotion of Mental Health167-174
1953Jan285Puerto Rico: A Study in Democratic DevelopmentMillard Hansenand Henry Wells
Luis Munoz MarinDevelopment Through Democracy1-8
Rupert EmersonPuerto Rico and American Policy Toward Dependent Areas9-15
Antonio Fernos-IsernFrom Colony to Commonwealth16-22
Pedro Munoz AmatoCongressional Conservatism and the Commonwealth Relationship23-32
Victor Gutierrez-Franqui and Henry WellsThe Commonwealth Constitution33-41
Carl J. FriedrichThe World significance of the New Constitution42-47
Harvey S. PerloffTransforming the Economy48-54
J. K. Galbraith and Carolyn Shaw SoloPuerto Rican Lessons in Economic Development55-59
Teodoro MoscosoIndustrial Development in Puerto Rico60-69
Rafael PicoThe Role of Planning in Puerto Rico70-75
Walton HamiltonThe Puerto rican Economy Linked with the Mainland76-84
Simon RottenbergLabor's Role in Industrialization85-90
Beardsley RumlFinancial Institutions in Puerto Rican Development91-94
Julian H. StewardCulture Patterns of Puerto Rico95-103
francisco AyalaThe Transformation of the Spanish Heritage104-109
Millard HansenTraining and Research in Puerto Rico110-115
Kingsley DavisPuerto Rico: A Crowded Island116-122
Arnold S. Feldman and Paul K. HattSocial structure as Affecting Fertility in Puerto Rico123-129
Clarence SeniorMigration and Puerto Rico's Population Problem130-136
J. Mayone Stycos and Rueben HillThe prospects of Birth Control in Puerto Rico137-144
R. G. TugwellWhat Next for Puerto Rico?145-152
1952Nov284Murder and the Penalty of DeathThorsten Sellin
George B. VoldExtent and Trend of Capital Crimes in the United States1-7
Frank E. HartungTrends in the Use of Capital Punishment8-19
John L. GillinMurder as a Sociological Phenomenon20-25
Ralph S. BanayStudy in Murder26-34
Bernard A. Cruvant and Francis N. WaldropThe Murderer in the Mental Institution35-44
Robert G. CaldwellWhy Is the Death Penalty Retained?45-53
Karl F. SchuesslerThe Deterrent Influence of the Death Penalty54-62
Arthur Lewis WoodThe Alternatives to the Death Penalty63-72
Herbert B. EhrmannThe Death Penalty and the Administration of Justice73-84
G. I. Giardini and R. G. FarrowThe Paroling of Capital Offenders85-94
Austin W. Scott, Jr.The Pardoning Power95-100
Norman S. Hayner and John R. CranorThe Death Penalty in Washington State101-104
Ellen Elizabeth GuillotAbolition and Restoration of the Death Penalty in Missouri105-109
Robert H. DannCapital Punishment in Oregon110-114
Otto PollakThe Errors of Justice115-123
Louis FillerMovements to Abolish the Death Penalty in the United States124-136
Peter P. LejinsThe Death Penalty Abroad137-146
C. W. ToppingThe Death Penalty in Canada147-157
Max GrunhutMurder and the Death Penalty in England158-166
1952Sep283Meaning of the 1952 Presidential ElectionJames C. Charlesworth
Claudius O. JohnsonIdentification of the Principal Issues1-9
D. F. FlemingHow Can We Secure Dependable Allies?10-21
David J. DallinPolicy of Containment22-30
Frank M. RussellIs Isolation Possible and If Possible Desirable?31-41
Robert A. BradyDefense Expenditures and the National Economy42-54
Harold M. GrovesAre Taxes Too high?55-60
Ewan ClagueTake-Home Pay and Levels of Living61-69
Gordon S. WatkinsLabor and the Distribution of the National Income70-79
J. P. WatsonIs Your Subsidy in the Public Interest?80-85
Wilfred E. BinkleyThe President as a National Symbol86-93
Lawrence H. ChamberlainThe President as Legislator94-103
Herman Miles SomersThe President as Administrator104-114
James MacGregor BurnsCongressional Contests and the Presidential Election115-121
Dean E. McHenryPresent Party Organization and Finance122-126
Hugh A. BoneCampaign Methods of Today127-140
Harold R. BruceRacial, Religious, and Sectional interests in 1952 Election141-147
Charles W. Smith, Jr.Measurement of Voter Attitude148-155
Harold F. GosnellParticipation in the Forthcoming Election156-160
1952Jul282The National Interest - Alone or with Others?Norman D. Palmer
Hans J. MorgenthauWhat Is the National Interest of the United states?1-7
John SparkmanFoundations of Current American Foreign Policy8-11
John M. VorysAre Our Present Foreign Polocies Promoting Our National Interests?12-18
W. R. HerodStrength of the Atlantic Community19-30
Manly FleischmannAn International Materials Policy31-35
Joseph C. HarschCan Germany Contain Russia Safely?36-40
Maurice FerroFrance Today41-44
Paul-Henri SpaakEurope in a western Community45-52
N. Saifpour Fatemitensions in the Middle East53-59
Adam WatsonProblems of Adjustment in the Middle East60-63
Ray BrockReport from the Middle East64-68
S. M. BurkePakistani Principles and Policies69--71
Norman thomasNational Interests and World Peace72-76
A. H. FellerIn Defense of International Law and Morality77-83
C. B. MarshallNational Interest and National Responsibility84-90
Ales BeblerThe Bases of Peace91-96
Alberto LlerasThe Inter-American System Today97-103
Dihdwo TweLiberia: An American Responsibility104-107
B. R. SenNationalism and the Asian Awakening108-113
Percy C. SpenderNATO and Pacific Security114-118
1952May281The Future of Our Natural ResourcesStephen Raushenbush
Steohen RaushenbushConservation in 19521-9
Robert O. BeattyThe conservation Movement10-19
John H. BakerThe Citizen's Part in Conservation20-24
Alan M. BatemenOur Future Dependence on Foreign Minerals25-32
Howard A. MeyerhoffWhat is Involved in Metals Conservation Today?33-41
George A. LambThe Fuel Complex: A Projection42-54
Robert E. HardwickeAdequacy of Our Mineral Fuels55-72
Eugene AyresInternational Fuel Economy73-78
paul J. RaverConservation of Hydroelectric Power79-83
samuel T. DanaPrivate Forestry in transition84-92
Daniel L. Goldy"Big" versus "Little" Lumber Operators in the Pacific Northwest93-98
T. D. StevensTree Farm versus Regulation99-104
Dewey Andersona Program for the Redwoods105-109
Hardy L. ShirleyForest Policy for the Years Ahead110-117
Richard BradfieldSoil Conservation and the Maintenance of Soil Productivity118-125
Paul B. SearsComparative Costs of Restoration and Reclaimation of Land126-134
M. M. KelsoEconomic Analysis of Land Use on the Western Ranges135-145
Charles M. HardinA Rounded Land Conservation Program146-154
Robert G. SniderThe Work of the President's Water Resources Policy Commission155-162
Morris E. GarnseyWater: West163-171
Stephen BergenWater Supply-The Industrial East172-180
Hugh H. BennettSoil Conservation and Floods181-188
Anthony Wayne SmithLabor Looks at Conservation and Development189-195
H. A. YoungConservation and wise Utilization of Natural Resources in Canada196-202
1952Mar280Ethical Standards in American Public LifeClarence N. Callenderand James C. Charlesworth
Estes KefauverPast and present standards of Public Ethics in america: Are We Improving?1-8
J. T. SalterThe Voter's Natural Bent9-17
E. E. SchattschneiderPolitical Parties and the Public Interest18-26
Frederick L. SchumanInternational Ideals and the National Interest27-36
Eric F. GoldmanThe Presidency as Moral Leadership37-45
William H. YoungGovernors, Mayors, and Community Ethics46-50
Hubert H. HumphreyEthical Standards in American Legislative Chambers51-59
J. Warren MaddenIs Justice Blind?60-66
Wesley C. ClarkPublic administration and Private Interest67-76
Carl W. McCardleThe Public Service as a Springboard for Private Profit77-81
Howard R. BowenHow Public Spirited is American Business?82-89
Joseph A. LoftusHow Public Spirited is American Labor?90-96
Barent Ten EyckProfessional Patriots and Ethical Levels97-104
William AlbigGood and Evil from the Press105-115
Frederick C. GruberRadio and Television and Ethical standards116-124
F. Ernest JohnsonDo Churches Exert Significant Influence of Public Morality?125-132
Ralph E. HimsteadThe Colleges, Ethics and the Public133-141
Charles P. TaftWhat Is the Civil Conscience142-148
Paul H. DouglasImprovement of Ethical Standards in the Federal Government: Problems and Proposals149-157
1952Jan279Social Contribution by the AgingClark Tibbitts, B.S.
Clark Tibbitts and Henry D. SheldonIntroduction: A Philosophy of Aging1-10
Robert J. HavighurstSocial and Psychological Needs of the Aging11-17
Anton J. Carlson and edward J. StieglitzPhysiological Changes in Aging18-31
Oscar J. KaplanPsychological Aspects of Aging32-42
Leo William SimmonsSocial Participation of the Aged in Different Cultures43-51
Gertrude BancroftOlder Persons in the Labor Force52-61
Albert J. AbramsBarriers to the Employment of Older Workers62-71
Stanley C. HopeSome Management Say Yes72-73
Craig P. CochraneSome Management Prefer Flexibility74-76
Solomon BarkinOrganized Labor Says No77-79
Marshall HarrisThe Farmers' Viewpoint80-83
Howard WheelerCreative Activities of Older People84-92
Ruth BunkerCreative Activity Through Handcrafts93-97
Jean and Jess OgdenSharing Community Responsibility98-105
Ernest W. BurgessFamily Living in the Later Decades106-114
Wilma T. DonahueEducation's Role in Maintaining the Individual's Status115-125
Hertha KrausHousing Our Older Citizens126-138
Dorothea RamseyCommunity Services for Self-Maintenance in the United Kingdom139-145
Mary E. Switzer and Howard A. RuskKeeping Older People Fit for Participation146-153
Wilbur J. CohenIncome Maintenance for the Aged154-163
Harry A. LevineCommunity Programs for the Elderly164-170
Charles E. OdellEmployment services for Older Workers171-179
1951Nov278The Search for National SecurityBenjamin H. Williams
Benjamin H. WilliamsForewordvii-viii
Richard L. BreckerTruth as a Weapon of the Free World1-11
Elmer D. GraperAmerican Influence on the Attitudes of Western Europe12-22
Kazuo KawaiAmerican Influence on Japanese Thinking23-31
Paul M. A. LinebargerThe Struggle for the Mind of Asia32-37
T. V. SmithThe Ideological Strength and Weakness of the American Position38-46
Stanley L. ScottThe Military Aid Program47-55
Henry Garland BennettPoint Four: The Maturing of a Policy56-61
Leonard A. ScheelePublic Health and Foreign Policy62-72
D. F. FlemingThe United States in the United Nations73-82
Samuel H. McGuireEconomic Mobilization-A New Field of Study83-87
Reuben E. SlesingerThe Budget88-97
Thomas Blanchard WorsleyEconomic Stabilization98-109
Manly FleischmannPolicies and Procedures for Limited Mobilization110-118
Charles F. BrannanProblems of Agricultural Production119-125
Edward A. FitzpatrickManpower and Atomic War126-136
Robert C. GoodwinManpower Problems in Defense Production137-146
Gus F. GeisslerAllocations-Blueprints for Food Distribution147-156
Shaw LivermoreInternational Control of Raw Materials157-165
Elmer Walter PehrsonProblems of United States Mineral Supply166-178
Robert M. SalterUtilizing Our Soil Resources for Greater Production179-190
1951Sep277Report on ChinaH. Arthur Steiner
H. Arthur SteinerForewordvii-ix
Earl H. PritchardPolitical Ferment in China, 1911-19511--12
George E. TaylorThe Hegemony of the Chinese Communists, 1945-195013-21
Karl A. WittfogelThe Influence of Leninism-Stalinism on China22-34
Allan B. ColeThe United Front in the New China35-45
S. B. ThomasStructure and Constitutional Basis of the Chinese People's Republic46-55
H. Arthur SteinerThe Role of the Chinese Communist Party56-66
Robert C. NorthThe Chinese Communist Elite67-75
A. Doak BarnettMass Political Organizations in Communist China76-88
G. William SkinnerPeasant Organization in Rural China89-100
Douglas S. PaauwEconomic Principles and State Organization101-112
Chao Kuo-chunCurrent Agrarian Reform Policies in Communist China113-123
William AyersLabor Policy and Factory Management in Communist China124-134
Theodore Hsi-En ChenEducation and Propaganda in Communist China135-145
John De FrancisNational and Minority Policies146-154
O. Edmund ClubbChinese Communist Strategy in Foreign Relations155-166
William B. BallisThe Pattern of Sino-Soviet Treaties, 1945-1950167-176
Paul M. A. LinebargerOutside Pressures on China, 1945-1950177-181
Randall GouldShanghai during the Takeover, 1949182-192
E. Stuart KirbyHong Kong and the British Position in China192-202
Claude A. BussOverseas Chinese and Communist Policy203-212
Gung-hsing WangNationalist Government Policies, 1949-1951213-223
Mary C. WrightHow We Learn about Communist China224-228
1951Jul276Lessons from AsiaErnest Minor Patterson
James C. CharlesworthForewordvii
Emilio AbelloEconomic Rampart of Freedom1-5
Franklin L. HoThe Land Problem of China6-11
Alfred BonneIncentives for Economic Development in Asia12-19
N. G. D. JoardarBehind the Asian News20-27
Emil LengyelSocial Tensions in the Middle East28-34
Gardner MurphySocial Tensions in India35-42
Thomas H. D. MahoneyLessons from Korea43-47
Juliusz Katz-SuchyNational Liberation and Social Progress in Asia48-59
Adolf A. Berle, Jr.Our Asian Policy60-71
Nuri ErenThe Middle East and Turkey in World Affairs72-80
Harold R. IsaacsThe Blind Alley of Totalitarianism81-90
Philip E. MoselySoviet Policy and the Revolutions in Asia91-98
David MitranyCommunism and the Peasants99-104
Lawrence HuntThe Anglo-American Partnership105-111
James S. CarsonInter-American Solidarity and the Asian Crisis112-117
F. S. C. NorthropAsian Mentality and United States Foreign Policy118-127
Vera Micheles DeanHow Asians View the United States128-134
1951May275Civil Rights in AmericaRobert K. Carr
Robert K. CarrForewordvii-ix
Robert E. CushmanAmerican Civil Liberties in Mid-Twentieth Century1-8
Will MaslowPrejudice, Discrimination, and the Law9-17
Joseph B. RobisonOrganizations Promoting Civil Rights and Liberties18-26
E. W. KenworthyThe case Against Army Segregation27-33
Morroe BergerFair Employment Practices Legislation34-40
Edward N. SavethFair Educational Practices Legislation41-46
Milton R. KonvitzLegislation Guaranteeing Equality of Access to Places of Public Accommodation47-52
Jasper B. ShannonPolitical Obstacles to Civil Rights Legislation53-60
David FellmanThe Supreme Court as Protector of Civil Rights:Freedom of Expression61-74
Leo PfefferThe Supreme Court as Protector of Civil Rights:Freedom of Religion75-85
Osmond K. FraenkelThe Supreme Court as Protector of Civil Rights:Criminal Justice86-100
Thurgood MarshallThe Supreme Court as Protector of Civil Rights:Equal Protection of the Laws101-110
Harold D. LasswellDoes the Garrison State Threaten Civil Rights?111-116
Eleanor BontecouDoes the Loyalty Program Threaten Civil Rights?117-123
William B. PrendergastDo State Antisubversive Efforts Threaten Civil Rights?124-131
Edward C. KirklandDo Antisubversive Efforts Threaten Academic Freedom?132-139
Philip B. WillauerCivil Rights in Labor-Management Relations:A Management Viewpoint140-147
Arthur J. GoldbergCivil Rights in Labor-Management Relations:A Labor Viewpoint148-154
Roger N. BaldwinThe International Outlook for Civil Rights155-161
1951Mar274Labor in the American EconomyGordon S. Watkins
Gordon S. WatkinsForewordvii-ix
Royal E. MontgomeryEvolution of American Labor1-8
Paul MeadowsCulture Theory and Industrial Analysis9-16
Glen U. CleetonThe Human Factor in Industry17-24
Florence PetersonCause of Industrial Unrest25-31
Dorothy S. BradyScales of Living and Wage Earners' Budgets32-38
Carroll R. DaughertyEmployment Stability and Income Security39-46
L. Reed TrippLabor's Share in the National Income47-56
Selig PerlmanThe Basic Philosophy of the American Labor Movement57-63
Walter P. ReutherPractical Aims and Purposes of American Labor64-74
Joel Seidman, Jack London, Bernard KarshWhy Workers Join Unions75-84
Edwin E. WitteCollective Bargaining and the Democratic Process85-93
Philip TaftInternal Characteristics of American Unionism94-100
Lloyd H. BailerOrganized Labor and Racial Minorities101-107
Avery LeisersonOrganized Labor as a Pressure Group108-117
Jack KrollLabor's Political Role118-122
George GallupHow Labor Votes123-124
Philip MurrayAmerican Labor and the Threat of Communism125-130
William J. HandleyAmerican Labor and World Affairs131-138
Frank C. PiersonPrivate Investment in a Laboristic Economy139-144
Peter F. DruckerLabor in Industrial Society145-151
Neil W. ChamberlainOrganized Labor and Management Control152-160
Daniel P. LoomisA Management View of Collective Bargaining161-165
Alexander R. HeronConstructive Policies of Labor Relations166-170
Clinton S. GoldenManagement-Labor Relations in a Changing Economy171-178
Cyrus S. ChingSome Instruments of Industrial Peace179-184
George W. TaylorNational Labor Policy185-194
Robert A. TaftThe Taft-Hartley Act:A Favorable View195-199
William GreenThe Taft-Hartley Act:A Critical View200-205
American Academy of Political and Social ScienceReport of the Board of Directors of the Academy for 1950206-208
1951Jan273Medical Care for AmericansFranz Goldmann, Hugh R. Leavell
Franz Goldmann, Hugh R. LeavellThe Problem of Medical Care1-2
T. Duckett JonesResearch in the Service of Health3-10
Raymond B. AllenProfessional Education in the Service of Health11-18
Haven EmersonEssential Local Public Health Services19-24
Frank G. DickinsonThe Medical Care Team25-33
V. M. HogeHospitals and Public Health Centers34-42
Dean A. Clark, Cozette HapneyGroup Practice43-52
Paul A. LembckeRegional Organization of Hospitals53-61
Franz GoldmannPublic Policy in Organizing Medical Care62-68
Dean W. RobertsPublic Medical Care:The Over-all Picture69-75
Paul B. MagnusonMedical Care for Veterans76-83
Milton TerrisMedical Care for the Needy and Medically Needy84-92
Richard L. MeilingMedial Care for Members of the Armed Services93-98
Margaret C. KlemVoluntary Medical Care Insurance99-105
Odin W. AndersonCompulsory Medical Care Insurance, 1910-1950106-113
I. S. FalkHealth Services, Medical Care Insurance, and Social Security114-121
Harry BeckerOrganized Labor and the Problem of Medical Care122-130
Jacob M. WisanDental Service131-137
Howard A. Rusk, Eugene J. TaylorRehabilitation138-143
E. M. BluestoneMedical Care for Patients with Prolonged Illness144-150
William Alfred SawyerMedical Care in Industry151-159
Milton I. RoemerRural Programs of Medical Care160-168
W. Montague CobbMedical Care for Minority Groups169-175
Edward S. RogersPlanning for a Broad Health Program176-184
E. Richard WeinermanThe Quality of Medical Care185-191
C.-E. A. WinslowInternational Co-operation in the Service of Health192-200
1950Nov272Toward Family StabilityJames H. S. Bossard
James H. S. BossardForewordix
Ray H. AbramsThe Concept of Family Stability1-8
Kingsley DavisStatistical Perspective on Marriage and Divorce9-21
Carle C. ZimmermanThe Family and Social Change22-29
Ray E. BaberSociological Differences in Family Stability30-38
August B. HollingsheadClass Differences in Family Stability39-46
Ernest W. BurgessPredictive Methods and Family Stability47-52
M. F. NimkoffWhat Do Modern Inventions Do to Family Life?53-58
Elise BouldingFamily Adjustment to War Separation and Reunion59-67
James H. S. Bossard, Eleanor S. Boll, Winogene P. SangerSome Neglected Areas in Family-Life Study68-76
Evelyn Millis DuvallOrganization of Social Forces to Promote Family Stability77-85
William J. GoodeSocial Engineering and the Divorce Problem86-94
David LothPlanned Parenthood95-101
Emily Hartshorne Mudd, Malcolm G. PrestonThe Contemporary Status of Marriage Counseling102-109
Earl Lomon KoosPrivate Social Agencies and Family Stability110-116
Wilbur J. CohenSocial Security and Family Stability117-126
Charlton OgburnThe Role of Legal Services in Family Stability127-133
Mabel A. ElliottDivorce Legislation and Family Instability134-147
Henry A. BowmanCollegiate Education for Marriage and Family Living148-155
Elizabeth S. ForceHigh School Education for Family Living156-162
Eleanor ShenehonThe Social Hygiene Movement and Family Stability163-170
Leland Foster WoodChurch Programs in Marriage Education171-178
David R. MaceFamily Life in Britain Since the First World War179-184
Torgny Segerstedt, Philipp WeintraubMarriage and Divorce in Sweden185-194
George P. MurdockFamily Stability in Non-European Cultures195-201
1950Sep271Moscow's European SatellitesJoseph S. Roucek
Joseph S. RoucekForewordvii-viii
David MitranyEvolution of the Middle Zone1-10
Joseph S. RoucekGeopolitical Trends in Central-Eastern Europe11-19
Ralph Haswell LutzThe Changing Role of Iron Curtain Countries20-31
Dinko TomasicThe Structure of Soviet Power and Expansion32-42
George WaskovichThe Ideological Shadow of the U.S.S.R.43-54
Eduard TaborskyGovernment in the "People's Democracies"55-63
George C. GuinsConstitutions of the Soviet Satellites64-67
Emil LengyelIndustrial Changes in Eastern Europe68-77
Irwin T. SandersChanging Status of the Peasant in Eastern Europe78-93
Andrew HalaszLabor's Status in Iron Curtain Countries94-99
Eugene M. KulischerPopulation Changes Behind the Iron Curtain100-111
Clarence A. ManningReligion Within the Iron Curtain112-121
Bogdan RaditsaThe Sovietization of the Satellites122-134
John S. ReshetarThe Educational Weapon135-144
Arthur KaraszResistance in the Iron Curtain Countries145-156
George B. de HuszarUse of Satellite Outposts by the U.S.S.R.157-164
Ivo DuchacekBonapartist Unity of Eastern Europe165-174
Feliks GrossPolitical Emigration From Iron Curtain Countries175-184
1950Jul270Formulating a Point Four ProgramErnest Minor Patterson
James C. CharlesworthForewordvii
Owen LattimorePoint Four and the Third Countries1-7
John H. G. PiersonPoint Four, Dollar Gap, and Full Employment8-15
Joseph Stagg LawrencePoint Four -- Constructive Therapy or Blood Transfusion?16-21
James P. WarburgA New Look at the Economic Challenge22-34
Morris S. RosenthalPoint Four -- Enough or Not at All35-41
Chia Lin PanDemographic Aspects of Underdeveloped Countries42-50
Harold R. IsaacsThe Political and Psychological Context of Point Four51-58
Alan ValentineVariant Concepts of Point Four59-67
George HakimPoint Four -- The Need and the Impact68-71
Mr. SoedjatmokoPoint Four and Southeast Asia74-82
Carleton S. CoonPoint Four and the Middle East83-94
Willard L. ThorpPractical Problems of Point Four95-101
Lauchlin CurrieSome Prerequisites for Success of the Point Four Program102-108
David OwenThe United Nations Program of Technical Assistance109-117
Sydney CaineBritish Experience in Overseas Development118-125
Jan-Albert GorisBelgian Experience in Overseas Development126-132
Herman J. FriedericyIndonesian Problems133-139
Robert R. NathanIsrael and Point Four140-149
1950May269GamblingMorris Ploscowe, Edwin J. Lukas
Morris Ploscowe, Edwin J. LukasForewordvii-viii
Morris PloscoweThe Law of Gambling1-8
Virgil W. PetersonObstacles to Enforcement of Gambling Laws9-20
Paul S. DelandThe Facilitation of Gambling21-29
Joseph F. McDonaldGambling in Nevada30-34
Mayor O'Dwyer, Governor DeweyLegalized Gambling in New York?35-38
Oswald JacobyThe Forms of Gambling39-45
Louis A. LawrenceBookmaking46-54
John I. DayHorse Racing and the Pari-Mutuel55-61
AnonymousSlot Machines and Pinball Games62-70
Ernest E. BlancheLotteries Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow71-76
Ernest E. BlancheGambling Odds Are Gimmicked!77-80
Albert H. MoreheadThe Professional Gambler81-92
Robert M. LindnerThe Psychodynamics of Gambling93-107
Burt W. Aginsky, Ethel G. AginskyThe Pomo:A Profile of Gambling Among Indians108-113
David W. MaurerThe Argot of the Dice Gambler114-133
Manuel Lopez-ReyGambling in the Latin American Countries134-143
Bertil AhrnborgBetting on Football Matches in Sweden144-149
1950Mar268Aiding Underdeveloped AreasHalford L. Hoskins, Ph.D
Halford L. HoskinsForewordvii
Thorsten V. KalijarviPoint Four in the Contemporary Setting1-8
John K. RoseNeeds and Resources of the Brave New World9-21
Willard L. ThorpThe Objectives of Point Four22-26
Samuel P. Hayes, Jr.Point Four in United States Foreign Policy27-35
Haldore HansonUnited States Organization for Point Four36-44
Francis O. WilcoxThe United Nations Program for Technical Assistance45-53
Michael A. HeilperinPrivate Means of Implementing Point Four54-65
Simon G. HansonLatin America and the Point Four Program66-74
Vernon McKayNeeds and Opportunities in Africa75-84
Halford L. HoskinsPoint Four with Reference to the Middle East85-95
Daniel ThornerProblems of Economic Development in India96-103
Francis R. ValeoPoint Four Problems in the Far East104-111
Rupert EmersonPoint Four and Dependent Areas112-121
Edward T. Dickinson, Jr.Point Four with Reference to Western Europe122-128
Sergius YakobsonSoviet Concepts of Point Four129-139
Gordon T. BowlesPoint Four and Improved Standards of Living140-147
Howard S. PiquetPoint Four and World Production148-159
Theodore J. KrepsPoint Four and the Domestic Economy160-172
William Yandell ElliottProspects for "Personal Freedom and Happiness for All Mankind"173-182
Harry S TrumanThe Fourth Point in President Truman's Inaugural Address, January 20, 1949183
Harry S TrumanThe President's Message to the Congress on "Point Four Legislation"184-187
American Academy of Political and Social ScienceReport of the Board of Directors of the Academy for 1949188-190
1950Jan267Military GovernmentCommander Sydney Connor (USNR), Carl J. Friedrich, Ph.D
Commander Sydney Connor, Carl J. FriedrichForewordvii
Carl J. FriedrichMilitary Government and Dictatorship1-7
Sydney ConnorThe Navy's Entry into Military Government8-18
Edwin J. HaywardCo-Ordination of Military and Civilian Civil Affairs Planning19-27
Arnold BrechtRe-Establishing German Government28-42
Jack BennettThe German Currency Reform43-54
Seymour R. BoltenMilitary Government and the German Political Parties55-67
William E. GriffithDenazification in the United States Zone of Germany68-76
Robert EnglerThe Individual Soldier and the Occupation77-86
Eli E. NoblemanAmerican Military Government Courts in Germany87-97
Paul P. Van RiperThe Cultural Exchange Program98-105
Edgar L. EricksonThe Zoning of Austria106-113
Thomas R. FisherAllied Military Government in Italy114-122
Vincenzo PetrulloTotal War, Alien Control, and the Sicilian Community123-130
Harry Lewis Coles, Jr.Civil Affairs Agreements for Liberated Territories131-139
Philip H. TaylorThe Administration of Occupied Japan140-153
Ralph J. D. BraibantiThe Role of Administration in the Occupation of Japan154-163
Eugene F. BoganGovernment of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands164-174
Clellan S. FordOccupation Experiences on Okinawa175-182
John Brown MasonLessons of Wartime Military Government Training183-192
Robert H. SloverMilitary Government -- Where Do We Stand Today?193-200
1949Nov266Government Finance in a Stable and Growing EconomyAlfred G. Beuler
Alfred G. BeuhlerGovernment Finance and the Economy1-7
Frank Pace, Jr.The Federal Budget8-14
Robert S. FordState and Local Finance15-23
Arthur S. FlemmingThe Challenge of Governmental Inefficiency24-31
Gerhard ColmThe Nation's Economic Budget and the Government32-40
Harley L. LutzThe Budget and Private Enterprise41-48
Harold M. GrovesA General Appraisal of the American Tax Problem49-54
Mabel NewcomerTaxation and the Consumer55-62
Matthew WollTaxation and Labor63-69
H. W. Prentis, Jr.Taxation and Business Initiative70-76
E. Gordon KeithTax Policy and Investment77-84
Emil SchramTaxation and Venture Capital85-92
G. Sidney HoustonTaxation and Corporate Enterprise93-99
Dan Throop SmithEffects of Taxation on Individual Investment and Corporate Financing100-109
Godfrey N. NelsonThe Personal Income Tax and Business Enterprise110-116
Howard R. BrownThe Personal Income Tax and the Economy117-120
J. K. LasserHow to Improve Income Tax Administration121-127
Denzel C. ClinePay-Roll Taxes and Social Security128-135
James W. MartinThe Property Tax and the Economy136-143
Charles F. ConlonCo-Ordination of Federal, State, and Local Taxation144-151
Lewis H. HimmelOur Tax Burdens and Taxable Capacity152-160
Harry F. ByrdA Legislator's Viewpoint on Tax Policy161-165
Louis ShereAn Economist's Viewpoint on Tax Policy166-173
John W. HanesA Businessman's Viewpoint on Tax Policy174-179
Henry C. MurphyEssentials of a Sound Debt Program180-185
B. H. BeckhartA Debt Policy for Prosperous America186-195
1949Sep265Critical Issues and Trends in American EducationE. Duncan Grizzelland Lee O. Garber
George F. ZookEducation and the Present World Order1-9
Harold BenjaminEducation in a Democracy10-16
Harold AlbertyHow Many the Schools Further Democracy?17-24
Lee O. Garber and William B. CastetterFunctions of Government in Education Control25-34
Theodore L. RellerOrganization of the Education System35-44
D. J. RoseLeadership in Education45-47
Walter D. Cocking and Edgar L. MorphetFinancing Public Education48-55
William C. ReavisFederal Aid for Education56-60
A. J. BrumbaughThe Significance of Accreditation61-68
James H. S. BossardSocial Change in the United States69-79
Newton EdwardsPopulation Change in the United States80-91
Edgar W. KnightThe Evolving and Expanding Common School92-100
Willard C. OlsonEducation of the Young Child101-107
Harl R. DouglassEducation of All Youth for Life Adjustment108-114
Ordway TeadNew Frontiers in Higher Education115-121
Paul L. EssertAdult Education in the United States122-129
Edward G. OlsenCo-Ordinating Community Educational Services130-135
W. Earl ArmstrongA Democratic Society Needs Professional Teachers136-141
Laurence D. HaskewSociety's Responsibility for Teacher Welfare142-150
T. D. MartinThe Profession Looks at Itself151-159
Roy E. LarsenA Citizen Looks at His Schools160-166
Frank W. Hubbard, DirectorBibliography ( Research division, National Education Association)167-172
1949Jul264World GovernmentErnest Minor Patterson
Mauricio NabucoWorld Government as a Goal1-5
Cord Meyer, Jr.A Plea for World Government6-13
Roger N. BaldwinWhat Road to World Government?14-19
Clark M. EichelbergerWorld Government via the United Nations20-25
Robert Mills McClintockThe United Nations or World Government26-30
Randle ElliottRegional Dynamics in World Affairs31-38
B. R. SenAn Asian Views World Government39-45
Jamil M. BaroodyMiddle East-Balance of Power versus World Government46-51
Kermit RooseveltThe Middle East and the Prospect for World Government52-57
Aubrey S. EbanThe Near East and World Government58-66
Clair WilcoxWhy the International Trade Organization?67-74
Elvin H. KillhefferITO-Illusion or Reality?75-86
Lyman C. WhitePeace by Pieces-The Role of Nongovernmental Organizations87-97
Alva MyrdalWorld Action Against Social Ills98-105
Walter W. Van KirkReligion and World Order106-114
Joseph F. NapoliDenazification From an American's Viewpoint115-123
1949May263The Soviet Union Since World War IIPhilip E. Mosely
Frederick C. BarghoornThe Soviet Union Between War and Cold War1-8
John N. HazardPolitical, Administrative, and Judicial Structure in the U.S.S.R. since the War9-19
Merle FainsodPostwar Role of the Communist Party20-32
Alex InkelesFamily and Church in the Postwar U.S.S.R.33-44
Percy E. CorbettPostwar Soviet Ideology45-51
Abram Bergson, James Horton Blackman, and Alexander ErlichPostwar Economic Reconstruction and Development in the U.S.S.R.52-72
Harry SchwartzSoviet Labor Policy 1945-194973-82
Alexander GerschenkronRussia's Trade in the Postwar Years85-100
Marc SlonimSoviet Prose After the War101-113
Nicolas HansRecent Trends in Soviet Education114-122
Sergius YakobsonPostwar Historical Research in the Soviet Union123-133
Gerald OsterScientific Research in the U.S.S.R.: Organization and Planning134-138
S. LefchetzMathematics139-140
C. Dale FullerSoviet Policy in the United States141-151
C. E. BlackSoviet Policy in Eastern Europe152-164
Franz L. NeumannSoviet Policy in Germany165-179
Harry N. HowardThe Soviet Union and the Middle East180-187
Harold H. FisherSoviet Policies in Asia188-201
Philip E. MoselySoviet-American Relations Since the War202-211
1949Mar262Reappraising Our Immigration PolicyHugh Carter
Hugh CarterPerspective1-4
Carl WittkeImmigration Policy Prior to World War I5-14
Edward P. HutchinsonImmigration Policy Since World War I15-21
Alfred SauvyEuropean Migrations: Regulations and Treaties22-30
Wilbert E. MooreAmerica's Migration Treaties During World War II31-38
Paul WiersInternational Implications of American Immigration Policy39-44
Dudley KirkDemographic Trends in Europe45-55
Frank LorimerEuropean Governmental Action Regarding Population56-61
Warren S. ThompsonThe Demographic Revolution in the United States62-69
Kingsley Davis and Clarence SeniorImmigration From the Western Hemisphere70-81
Irene B. TaeuberPostwar Emigration From Germany and Italy82-91
A. Ross Eckler and Jack ZlotnickImmigration and the Labor Force92-101
Ewan ClagueAmerica's Future Manpower Needs102-110
Collis StockingAdjusting Immigration to Manpower Requirements111-116
Clyde V. KiserCultural Pluralism117-130
Ruth Z. MurphyGovernment Agencies Working with the Foreign Born131-138
Edith Terry BremerDevelopment of Private Social Work with the Foreign Born139-147
Yaroslav J. Chyz and Read LewisAgencies Organized by Nationality Groups in the United States148-158
Maurice R. Davie and Samuel KoenigAdjustment of Refugees to American Life159-165
Eugene M. KulischerDisplaced Persons in the Modern World166-177
Watson B. MillerAdministering Our Immigration Laws178-184
Henry Pratt FairchildPublic Opinion on Immigration185-192
1949Jan261Juvenile DelinquencyThorsten Sellin
Thorsten SellinForewordvii-viii
Sol RubinThe Legal Character of Juvenile Delinquency1--8
Edward E. SchwartzStatistics of Juvenile Delinquency in the United States9--20
Harry Manuel ShulmanThe Family and Juvenile Delinquency21-31
Henry D. McKayThe Neighborhood and Child Conduct32-41
Marshall B. ClinardSecondary Community Influences and Juvenile Delinquency42-54
Karl BirnbaumA Court Psychiatrist's View of Juvenile Delinquents55-63
Lowell Juilliard CarrOrganization for Delinquency Control64-76
Edwin PowersAn Experiment in Prevention of Delinquency77-88
Frederick W. KillianThe Juvenile Court as an Institution89-100
Gustav L. SchrammPhilosophy of the Juvenile Court101-108
John Otto ReinemannProbation and the Juvenile Delinquent109-119
Ruth GilpinFoster Home Care for Delinquent Children120-127
Paul W. TappanChildren and Youth in the Criminal Court128-136
Thorsten SellinSweden's Substitute for the Juvenile Court137-149
Austin H. MacCormickChildren in Our Jails150-157
Sherwood NormanThe Detention Home158-165
John B. CostelloInstitutions for Juvenile Delinquents166-178
1948Nov260Postwar Reconstruction in Western GermanyAdolf Schonke
Adolf SchonkeForewordvii
Adolf ArndtStatus and Development of Constitutional Law in Germany1-9
Dolf SternbergerParties and Party Systems in Postwar Germany10-31
Georg-August ZinnAdministration of Justice in Germany32-42
Artur StraterDenazification43-52
Walter Eucken and Fritz W. MeyerThe Economic Situation in Germany53-62
Franz BlucherFinancial Situation and Currency Reform in Germany63-73
Constantin von DietzeThe State if German Agriculture74-79
Fritz BuschTransportation in Postwar Germany80-89
Fritz TarnowLabor and Trade Unionism in Germany90-98
Heinz SauermannDemographic Changes in Postwar Germany99-107
Wolfgang JanickeRefugees:Bavaria, 1947108-114
Wilhelm PolligkeitGerman Social Welfare After the Currency Reform115-117
Rudolf WissellSocial Insurance in Germany118-130
Philipp AuerbachRestitution for Victims of Nazi Persecution131-136
Adolf SchonkeCriminal Law and Criminality in Germany of Today137-143
Helmut ThielickeReligion in Germany144-154
Walter HallsteinThe Universities155-167
Josef MackertA List of Political, Legal, and Economic Journals168-174
1948Sep259Parties and Politics: 1948Charles C. Rohlfingand James C. Charlesworth
Forewordvii
James C. CharlesworthIs Our Two-Party Systen "NaturaL"?1-9
Henry A. WallaceWhy a Third Party in 1948?10-16
E. E. SchattschneiderPressure Groups Versus Political Parties17-23
Norman ThomasDo Left-Wing Parties Celong in Our System?24-29
Sonya ForthalThe Precinct Worker30-45
Dayton David McKeanPolitical Machines and National Elections46-52
Elmer D. GraperHow Presidents are Nominated53-63
John W. LederleParty Finance in aPresidential Election Year64-74
Roy V. PeelThe 1948 Preconvention Campaign75-89
Charles W. Smith, Jr.Campaign Communications Media90-97
Harold F. GosnellMobilizing the Electorate98-103
Robert BowerPublic Opinion Polls and the Politician104-112
Morris SayreThe Stake of Industry113-121
Allan B. KlineWhat the Farmers Want122-127
Sam StaviskyWhere Does the Veteran Stand Today?128-135
Benjamin H. WilliamsBipartisanship in American Foreign Policy136-143
The Political Aims fo Organized Labor144-152
1948Jul258Looking Toward One WorldErnest Minor Patterson
Forewordvii
Charles MalikThe Basic Issues of the Near East1-7
Emil LengyelStrains and Stresses in the Middle East8-13
Carl Hermann VossPalestine:Acid Test od the United Nations14-21
Asaf AliIndia's Role in One World22-26
Nathaniel PefferThe New Far Eastern Conflict27-30
John LeeThe Chinese Struggle for Democracy31-52
Paul V. McNuttAmerica's Role in the Orient53-58
Joseph S. RoucekOne World Versus An Iron Curtain World59-65
Oscar HaleckiFederalism as an Answer66-69
Hans KhnThe Heritage of Masaryk70-73
Charles E. SaltzmanThe Problem of German Recovery74-78
Chang Hsin-haiThe Moral Basis of World Peace79-89
Juliusz Katz-SuchyOne World Through the United Nations90-100
F. Cyril JamesThe Unfinished Struggle for Human Freedom101-111
James P. WarburgThe United States and the World Crisis112-123
1948May257Peace Settlements During World War IIThornsten V. Kalijarvin
Forewordvii
Thornsten V. KalijarviThe Persistence of Power Politics1-12
Emil LengyelThe Wreck of Europe13-22
Amry VandenboschThe Flaming East23-36
Wilbur W. WhiteStakes in the Near and Middle East37-46
Robert Strausz-HupeThe Great Powers in the New World Order47-56
Roger H. WellsInterim Government and Occupation Regimes57-71
Waldemar GurianPeace Ideals and Reality72-75
Rene Albrecht-CarrieThe Italian Treaty76-86
John H, WuorinenThe Finnish Treaty87-96
Joseph S. RoucekThe Bulgarian, and Hungarian Peace Treaties97-105
Kurt von SchuschniggThe Austrian Peace106-118
Carl J. FriedrichThe Peace Settlement with Germany--Political and Military119-128
Carl J. FriedrichThe Peace Settlement with Germany--Economic and Social129-141
Kenneth Scott LatourettePeace with Japan142-150
J. William FulbrightA United States of Europe?151-156
Theodore J. KrepsToward a World Economy157-174
Francis O. WilcoxThe United Nations and the Peace Treaties175-183
Edwin BorchardPresent Status of International Law184-190
Charles G. FenwickWhat Has Become of International Law?191-193
Thorsten V. KalijarviSettlements of World Wars I and II Compared194-202
1948Mar256Organized Religion in the United StatesRay H. Abrams
Forewordvii
J.O. HertzlerReligious Institutions1-13
Winfred E. GarrisonCharacteristics of American Organized Religion14-24
Bernard HarrisonJudaism25-35
John Courtney MurrayThe Roman Catholic Church36-42
William W. SweetThe Protestant Churches43-52
Charles S. BradenThe Sects52-62
Kenneth Scott LatouretteThe Present Status of Foreign Missions63-71
Harry F. WardOrganized Religion, the State, and the Economic Order72-83
Liston PopeReligion and the Class Structure84-91
Ray E. BaberReligion and the Family92-100
Paul Hanly FurfeyThe Churches and Social Problems101-109
Ray H. AbramsThe Churches and the Clergy in World War II110-119
Alfred McClung LeeThe Press and Public Relations of Religious Bodies120-131
Oliver L. Reiser and Blodwen DaviesReligion and Science in Conflict132-140
G. Bromley OxnamReligion and Science in Accord141-147
John Herman Randall, Jr.The Churches and the Liberal Tradition148-164
Census of Religious Bodies in United States Reprinted from World Almanac, 1948165-168
Compiled by Ray H. AbramsSuggested Readings in Organized Religion169-172
Report of the Board of Directors of the Academy for 1947173-175
By-Laws of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences176-178
1948Jan255Foreign Policies and Relations of the United StatesHoward M. Ehrmann
Forewordv
Gottfried Salomon DelatourThe Problem of International Understanding1-14
John P. HumphreyInternational Protection of Human Rights15-21
Yuen-li LiangThe Legal Basis of International Relations22-38
Benjamin GerigSignificance of the Trusteeship System39-47
George WytheProgress in Industrialization of Latin America48-57
Robin A. HumphreysPolicies and Tendencies in Latin America58-66
Donald D. BrandUnited States-Mexican Scientific and Cultural Relations67-76
John H. HilldringWhat is our Purpose in Germany?77-83
John N. HazardThe United States and the Soviet Union84-92
Walter L. Wright, Jr.Our Near Eastern Policy in the Making93-104
Laurence M. GouldStrategy anf Politics in the Polar Areas105-114
Thomas C. HartThe United States and the Pacific Islands115-123
Stanley K. HornbeckThe United States and the Netherlands East Indies124-135
David Nelson RoweAmerican Policy Toward China136-145
Hugh BortonOccupation Policies in Japan and Korea146-155
Elbert D. ThomasLeadership in Asia Under a New Japan156-165
Frank Whitson FetterThe United States and World Trade166-175
Nelson T. JohnsonResponsibilities of the United States as a World Power176-185
1947Nov254The Motion Picture IndustryGordon S. Watkins
Forewordvii
Terry RamsayeThe Rise and Place od the Motion Picture1-11
Clifford M. ZiererHollywood--World Center of Motion Picture Production12-17
Floyd B. OdlumFinancial Organization of the Motion Picture Industry18-25
Charles P. SkourasThe Exhibitor26-30
Gerald M. MayerAmerican Motion Pictures in World Trade31-36
William J. FadimanThe Sources of Movies37-40
Martha Wolfenstein and Nathan LeitesAn Analysis of Themes and Plots41-48
Donald M. NelsonThe Independent Producer49-57
Murray RossLabor Relations in Hollywood58-64
Martin QuigleyImportance of the Entertainment Film65-69
Franklin FearingInfluence of the Movies on Attitudes and Behavior70-79
Hortense PowdermakerAn Anthropologist Looks at the Movies80-87
Norman WoelfelThe American Mind and the Motion Picture88-94
Allan A. HunterA Clergyman Looks at the Movies95-97
Eric JohnstonThe Motion Picture as a Stimulus to Culture98-102
Floyde E. BrookerMotion Pictures as an Aid to Education103-109
Charles R. MetzgerPressure Groups and the Motion Picture Industry110-115
Leo C. RostenMovies and Propaganda116-124
Robert A. BradyThe Problem of Monopoly125-136
Byron PriceFreedom of Press, Radio, and Screen137-139
Geoffrey ShurlockThe Motion Picture Production Code140-146
Luigi LuraschiCensorship at Home and Abroad147-152
Ruth A. InglisNeed for Voluntary Self-Regulation153-159
Paul F. LazarsfeldAudience Research in the Movie Field160-168
Robert W. ChambersNeed for Statistical Research169-172
1947Sep253Features of Present Day CanadaRobert Hamilton Coats
Forewordvii
Griffith TaylorThe Geography of Canada1-9
W. Burton HurdDemographic Trends in Canada10-15
H. F. AngusNeed for an Immigration Policy16-21
H. McD.ClokieCanada's National Status in Recent Years22-31
G. V. FergusonParties of Protest32-39
Wilfrid EgglestonDominion-Provincial Relations40-43
V. C. FowkeCanadian Agriculture in the Postwar World44-51
John C.W. IrwinThe Canadian Forest and its Future52-58
Ian S. McArthurThe Fisheries of Canada59-65
Alex SkeltonThe Canadian Mining Industry Today66-73
Lesslie R. ThomsonPower and Manufacturing in Canada74-80
A. W. CurrieThe Transportation Problem81-87
H. A. LoganThe Canadian Labor Market and Postwar Employment88-97
Idele WilsonLabor Organization in Canada98-104
Donald C. MacGregorTendencies in Canadian Public Finance105-114
C. A. CurtisEvolution of Canadian Banking115-124
R. E. MoffatCanadian Price Control Since 1939125-133
F. A. KnoxCanada's Balance of International Payments134-142
Douglas H. FullertonSurvey of Canadian Foreign Trade143-149
O. J. McDiarmidCanadian Tariff Policy150-157
Nathan KeyfitzEthnic Groups and Their Behavior158-163
T. F. McIlwraithThe Indians of Canada164-168
B. K. SandwellThe French Canadians169-175
R. C. WallaceEducation in Canada176-183
Albert FaucherCo-Operative Trends in Canada184-189
Harry M. CassidyThe Canadian Social Services190-199
A Reading List on Canada200-201
1947Jul252Progress and Prospects of the United NationsErnest Minor Patterson
Forewordvii
James BurnhamWhat is the Purpose of the United Nations?1-10
George SouleU.N."s Purpose:Another View11-15
Robert Henrt HadowIdeological Conflicts Within U.N.16-20
Harry D. WhiteThe International Monetary Fund:The First Year21-29
Raymond F. MikesellInternational Trade Practices Under the ITO Charter30-34
Morris S. RosenthalThe Role of the United States on World Trade35-44
Helen Gahagan DouglasImpressions of the United Nations45-52
Taraknath DasThe United Nations and Human Rights53-62
Aake OrdingThe United Nations and the World's Children63-65
Edmundo de Holte-CastelloColombia in the United Nations66-70
Eelco N. van KleffensThe United Nations and Some Main Trends of Our Time71-77
V. K. Wellington KooBasic Problems of the United Nations78-83
Alexander CadoganDisarmament and Security84-92
Norman J. O. MakinAn Evaluation of the Security Councik93-96
Clark M. EichelbergerThe United Nations Charter:A Growing Document97-105
1947May251Women's Opportunities and ResponsibilitiesLousie M. Young
Forewordvii
Mary R. BeardWoman's Role in Society1-9
Margaret Perry BrutonPresent-Day Thinking in the Woman Question10-16
Dorothy KenyonVictories on the Internatinal Front17-23
Irene B. Taeuber and Hope T. EldridgeSome Demographic Aspects of the Changing Role of Women24-34
Frieda S. MillerWomen in the Labor Force35-43
Hazel KyrkWho Works and Why44-52
Dorothy S. BradyEqual Pay for Women Workers53-60
Margaret G. ReidThe Economic Contribution of Homemakers61-69
Gladys DicksonWomen in Labor Unions70-78
Kathryn H. StoneWomen as Citizens79-86
Magurite J, FisherWomen in the Political Parties87-93
Florence E. AllenParticipation of Women in Government94-103
Kathleen MclaughlinWomen's Impact on Public Opinion104-112
Marynia F. FarnhamBattles Won and Lost113-119
Harriet S. DaggettReflection on the Law of the Family120-127
Sidonie Matsner GruenbergChanging Conceptiond of the Family128-136
Helen C. WhiteWomen and the Community137-142
Katharine E. McBrideWhat Is Women's Education?143-152
Chase Going WoodhouseAn Experiment in Educational Techniques153-156
Dorothy SchaffterEducational Implications of Women's Military Training157-164
Marguerite Wykoff ZapoleonEducation and Employment Opportunities for Women165-173
Tracy CoppVocational Rehabilitation of Women174-177
Cyril O. HouleWomen and Adult Education178-185
1947Mar250Communication and Social ActionW. Hayes Yeager and Willian E. Utterback
W. Hayes Yeager; William E. UtterbackForewordvii
Arleigh B. WilliamsonSafeguarding Channels of Communication1-11
Mortimer GravesThe Language Barrier to International Understanding12-16
Daniel KatzPsychological Barriers to Communication17-25
Karl E. MundtGovernment Control of Sources of Information26-31
William E. UtterbackPolitical Significance of Group Discussion32-40
Magdalene E. KramerNew Avenues of Classroom Communication41-52
George W. TaylorThe Labor-Management Conference as an Aid to Collective Bargaining53-58
Harvey WalkerCommunication in the Legislative Assembly59-69
W. Norwood BriganceEffectiveness of the Public Platforn70-75
Roy A. BurkhartActin from the Pulpit76-81
Alan BarthPosition of the Press in a Free Society82-88
Kenneth G. BartlettSocial Impact of the Radio89-97
Arch A. MerceySocial Uses of the Motion Picture98-104
Drew DudleyMolding Public Opinion Through Advertising105-112
Edward L. BernaysThe Engineering of Consent113-120
Elmo C. WilsonThe Measurement of Public Opinion121-129
American Academy of Politcal and Social ScienceReport of the Board of Directors of the Academy for 1946130-132
1947Jan249Social Implications of Modern ScienceHarold M. Dorr
Ernest Minor PattersonFrontispiece--Leo Stanton Rowe(2 pp.)
Harold M. DorrForewordv
H. R. CraneRecent Advance in the Physical Sciences1--8
Arthur H. ComptonThe Atomic Crusade and Its Social Implications9--19
Howard A. MeyerhoffSome Social Implications of Natural Resources20-31
Bernard BrodieThe Atomic Dilemma32-41
Herbert W. BriggsWorld Government and the Control of Atomic Energy42-53
Robert E. CushmanCivil Liberties in the Atomic Age54-65
Arthur W. BromageTotal War and the Preservation of Democracy66-74
Donald G. MarquisPsychology of Social Change75-80
William Fielding OgburnHow Technology Changes Society81-88
E. Blythe StasonLaw and Atomic Energy89-98
Sumner H. SlichterSome Economic Consequences of Science99-110
Warren S. ThompsonThe Impact of Science on Population Growth111-118
Howard B. LewisNutrition119-125
Gaylord W. AndersonThe Political Impact of Modern Science on Public Health126-134
John W. StudebakerSecondary Education for a New World135-142
Louis WirthResponsibility of Social Science143-151
William HaberSecurity, Freedom, and Modern Technology152-159
Hayward KenistonThe Humanities in a Scientific World160-168
George N. ShusterGood, Evil, and Beyond169-176
1946Nov248Labor Relations and the Public
William GreenThe American Federation of Labor's Wage Policy1--5
Katherine Pollak EllicksonLabor's Recent Demands6--10
Herman W. SteinkrausIndustry's Viewpoint on Labor's Demands11--19
Dexter Merriam KeezerPublic Interest in Current Wage Issues20-30
Theresa WolfsonUnion Finances and Elections31-36
Philip TaftJurisdictional Disputes37-43
Aaron LevensteinInterfederation Warfare and Its Prospects44-53
Roger N. BaldwinUnion Administration and Civil Liberties54-61
Louis StarkUnion Security and Its Implications62-69
William GombergUnion Participation in High Productivity70-75
C. F. MugridgeBetter Management and Better Union Leadership76-81
Elinore M. HerrickThe National Labor Relations Act82-90
Theodore W. KheelThe Voluntary Umpire System91-96
Herman Feldman; Harry P. BellPicketing: Its Use and Abuse97-109
Robert L. Glenn; G. Lloyd WilsonKeeping the Peace in Railroad Transportation110-119
Edgar L. WarrenConciliation Services in Labor Relations120-129
Dale YoderState Experiments in Labor Relations Legislation130-137
Edwin E. WitteExperience with Strike Legislation Abroad138-145
Sterling D. SperoCollective Bargaining in the Public Service146-153
George W. TaylorHas Collective Bargaining Failed?154-160
Ordway TeadPublic-Mindedness Through Co-Operation161-167
William L. BattThe Dilemma of Labor Relations Control168-172
Ludwig TellerRequirements of a National Labor Policy173-184
Joseph H. BallProposed Federal Labor Legislation185-194
1946Sep247Belgium in Transition
Arthur WautersThe Return of the Government1--4
Auguste Edmond de SchryverThe Christian Social Party (P. S. C.)5--11
Victor LarockThe Socialist Party12--16
Jean TerfveThe Communist Party17-20
Rene DrezeThe Liberal Party21-25
Fernand BaudhuinEconomic Problems of Liberated Belgium26-29
Maurice FrereFinancial Reconstruction of Belgium30-36
Jean VercleyenThe Battle of Coal37-42
Frederic OsterriethThe Battle of Supplies43-46
Joseph Bondas; Paul FinetThe Socialist and Communist Trade Unions47-55
Henri PauwelsThe Christian Trade-Union Movement56-61
Emile DutilleulThe Co-Operatives62-68
Rene MarcqCollaboration under Enemy Occupation69-72
Pierre VermeylenThe Punishment of Collaborators73-77
Guillaume JacquemynsReadjustment Problems of the Repatriates78-86
E. J. BigwoodFood and Nutrition87-91
Rene SandHealth Problems92-97
Jean La Barre; Paul BastenieMedicine and Medical Research98-102
Adolphe PuissantHousing and Reconstruction103-106
J. J. N. KuypersThe Educational Problem107-110
C. van der Bruggen; Louis C. PicalausaBelgian Youth Movements and Problems111-116
Henri FussSocial Security in Belgium117-124
Maurice van der RestSocial Security Program: Employers' View125-127
Gustave van Geyt; Felix Rousseau; Georges SmetsThe Flemings and the Walloons128-133
Guillaume JacquemynsThe Miners: Social Aspects of a Labor Problem134-141
Louis DelvauxBelgian Agriculture142-147
Leon-H. DupriezBelgium's Unemployment Problem148-154
Jean-Charles Snoy et d'OppuersEconomic Problems in the Long Pull Ahead155-159
F. van LangenhoveBelgium's Role in Europe160-164
Walter LoridanBelgium and the United Nations165-170
Gregoire KoulischerBelgian-American Relations, 1944-45171-178
Pierre WignyBelgium Today and Tomorrow179-186
1946Jul246Making the United Nations Work
Arthur SweetserFrom the League to the United Nations1--8
Eleanor RooseveltThe Importance of Background Knowledge in Building for the Future9--12
Henri BonnetSecurity Through the United Nations13-18
Baron SilvercruysThe U. N.: Prospects of Immediate Realization19-23
Clyde EagletonThe Pacific Settlement of Disputes under the Charter24-29
Galo PlazaShould the Charter Be Amended?30-35
Herbert FeisThe Price of Greatness36-41
Louis E. BrowneWill the Soviet Union Co-Operate with the United Nations?42-48
Owen LattimoreThe Issue in Asia49-54
Eddy AsirvathamThe United Nations and India55-63
William E. RappardThe United Nations and Switzerland64-71
Quincy WrightThe Nuremberg Trial72-80
Nicholas DomanPolitical Consequences of the Nuremberg Trial81-90
Oscar LangeEconomic Progress and Full Employment91-94
Clair WilcoxOrganization to Liberate World Trade95-100
Arthur N. HolcombeThe International Trusteeship System101-109
Carter GoodrichThe I. L. O.: A Going Concern110-116
1946May245The Netherlands During German Occupation
J. H. PosthumusOrder and Disorder1--8
H. R. de ZaaijerLaw Enforcement9--18
A. TimmengaConcentration Camps in the Netherlands19-27
J. F. KropThe Jews under the Nazi Regime28-32
F. A. G. KeesingThe Financial Situation33-38
G. BrouwersPrice Policies39-47
C. H. J. MaliepaardThe Agricultural Situation48-54
H. VosTrade and Industry55-61
E. KupersLabor and Employer Organizations62-69
K. VonkThe Transportation System70-78
W. F. de Gaay FortmanLiving Standards79-86
J. BreunisThe Food Supply87-92
C. BanningFood Shortage and Public Health, First Half of 194593-110
W. J. M. A. AsselbergsDutch Culture111-112
D. HansThe Legitimate Press113-117
R. D. KollewijnThe Dutch Universities under Nazi Domination118-128
C. van EdenThe Education of the Youth129-148
J. A. H. I. S. Bruins SlotThe Resistance149-161
H. C. TouwThe Resistance of the Medical Profession162-168
W. F. Noordhoek HegtThe Spirit of the Dutch People during the Occupation169-180
1946Mar244Controlling Group Prejudice
Louis WirthThe Unfinished Business of American Democracy1--9
Walter G. MuelderNational Unity and National Ethics10--18
Hilda Taba; Howard E. WilsonIntergroup Education Through the School Curriculum19-25
Theodore Brameld; Eleanor FishSchool Administration and Intercultural Relations26-33
H. H. Giles; William van TilSchool and Community Projects34-41
Herbert R. NorthrupUnions and Negro Employment42-47
Francis J. Haas; G. James FlemingPersonnel Practices and Wartime Changes48-56
Abraham Rubin; George J. SegalAn Industrial Experiment57-64
John A. DavisNondiscrimination in the Federal Services65-74
Will MaslowThe Law and Race Relations75-81
Davis McEntire; Joseph E. WecklerThe Role of Police82-89
Arnold M. RoseArmy Policies toward Negro Soldiers90-94
Robert C. WeaverHousing in a Democracy95-105
A. A. LiverightThe Community and Race Relations106-116
Charles S. JohnsonNational Organizations in the Field of Race Relations117-127
Everett R. ClinchyThe Effort of Organized Religion128-136
Lyman Bryson; Dorothy RowdenRadio as an Agency of National Unity137-143
Alfred McClung LeeThe Press in the Control of Intergroup Tensions144-151
John T. McManus; Louis KronenbergerMotion Pictures, the Theater, and Race Relations152-158
1946Jan243Essential Human Rights
Edward R. Stettinius, Jr.Human Rights in the United Nations Charter1--3
H. V. EvattEconomic Rights in the United Nations Charter4--5
Henri BonnetHuman Rights Are Basic to Success of United Nations6--7
Carlos P. RomuloHuman Rights as a Condition of Peace in the Far East8--10
Charles E. MerriamThe Content of an International Bill of Rights11--17
A Committee appointed by the American Law InstituteStatement of Essential Human Rights18-26
John R. EllingstonThe Right to Work27-39
C. Wilfred JenksThe Five Economic and Social Rights40-46
Karl LoewensteinFreedom Is Unsafe without Self-Government47-49
Warren A. SeaveyInternational Protection of Basic Interests50-52
Charles de VisscherHuman Rights in Roman Law Countries53-59
William Draper LewisHuman Rights in England and the United States60-66
Chun-Mai Carsun ChangPolitical Structure in the Chinese Draft Constitution67-76
Majid KhadduriHuman Rights in Islam77-81
Victor Andres Belaunde; W. Rex CrawfordHuman Rights in the Cultural Tradition of Spanish America82-86
Ciro Alegria; Mrs. M. HollingsworthHuman Rights in Latin America87-95
Noel T. DowlingProtection of Human Rights under the United States Constitution96-100
Charles E. Wyzanski, Jr.The Writ of Habeas Corpus101-106
Carlos Sanchez MejoradaThe Writ of Amparo. Mexican Procedure to Protect Human Rights107-111
1945Nov242Building the Future City
Charles S. AscherWhat Are Cities for?1--6
Chauncy D. Harris; Edward L. UllmanThe Nature of Cities7--17
Abram J. JaffePopulation Trends and City Growth18-24
Glenn E. McLaughlinIndustrial Expansion and Location25-29
Otis W. FreemanNatural Resources and Urban Development30-45
Bernhard J. SternThe Challenge of Advancing Technology46-52
Harold M. MayerEmerging Developments in Intercity Transportation53-66
M. M. SamuelsUses and Sources of Electric Power67-78
Victor JonesGovernment in the Future City79-87
Myres S. McDougalMunicipal Land Policy and Control88-95
Joseph D. McGoldrickCity Building and Renewal96-100
Tracy B. AugurCitizen Participation in City Planning101-103
Catherine BauerGood Neighborhoods104-115
Harold M. MayerMoving People and Goods in Tomorrow's Cities116-128
Reginald R. IsaacsEducational, Cultural, and Recreational Services129-138
Ellen C. PotterHealth and Welfare Services139-148
Martin D. Meyerson; Robert B. MitchellChanging City Patterns149-162
1945Sep241Universal Military Training and National Security
Paul Russell AndersonNational Security in the Postwar World1--7
Robert A. GrahamUniversal Military Training in Modern History8--14
Lewis B. HersheyProcurement of Manpower in American Wars15-25
John J. McCloyThe Plan of the Armed Services for Universal Military Training26-34
Oswald Garrison VillardUniversal Military Training and Military Preparedness35-45
Mary EarhartThe Value of Universal Military Training in Maintaining Peace46-57
Halford L. HoskinsUniversal Military Training and American Foreign Policy58-66
Norman ThomasArming against Russia67-71
Randall JacobsThe Issue Should Be Decided Now72-76
Francis J. BrownThe Issue Should Be Decided Later77-85
Hedvig YlvisakerPublic Opinion toward Compulsory Peacetime Military Training86-94
Willard WallerA Sociologist Looks at Conscription95-101
Rainer Schickele; Glenn EverettThe Economic Implications of Universal Military Training102-112
A. J. BrumbaughEducation-By Whom, for What?113-122
Hajo HolbornProfessional Army versus Military Training123-130
Ernest H. WilkinsWanted: An over-All Plan of National Defense131-137
Omar B. KetchumMilitary Training Through the National Guard138-143
A. P. YoungNational Security and Great Britain144-150
John N. HazardNational Security and the Soviet Union151-159
Andre MesnardNational Security and France160-166
1945Jul240One Muddled World
Sarah WambaughNew Tools for Peaceful Settlement1--6
Emily Taft DouglasAmerica's Second Chance7--10
Philip C. NashSpring Leaves on Dumbarton Oaks11--19
Leland Rex RobinsonPowers or Peoples: The Issue of the Peace20-26
Eugene StaleyThe Economic Side of Stable Peace27-36
Mabel NewcomerBretton Woods and a Durable Peace37-42
Howard S. PiquetFunctional International Organization43-50
Robert J. WattLabor Problems-Now and Postwar51-54
George SouleThe United States and Britain's Economic Policy55-63
J. M. LandisAnglo-American Co-Operation in the Middle East64-72
Michael WrightBritish Foreign Policy in Europe73-78
Louis DolivetEmerging Europe79-85
Halvdan KohtThe Role of Small Nations86-88
Louis E. LevinthalThe Case for a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine89-98
Morris S. LazaronCompromise in Palestine99-108
Arthur P. WhitakerLatin America and Postwar Organization109-115
David EfronLatin American Labor Comes of Age116-130
Galo PlazaEducation as an Aid to Co-Operation131-134
1945May239The Disabled Veteran
Wilma T. Donahue; Clark TibbittsThe Task before the Veteran and Society1--9
Technical Information Division Office of the Surgeon General, U. S. ArmyThe Physically Disabled10--19
William C. MenningerThe Mentally or Emotionally Handicapped Veteran20-28
Norman CameronThe Socially Maladjusted Veteran29-37
Gerald MonsmanFederal Legislation38-45
Lynton K. CaldwellState Legislation46-52
Howard A. Rusk; Eugene J. TaylorArmy Air Forces Convalescent Training Program53-59
Walter V. Bingham"Start Climbing, Soldier!" The Army Program for Rehabilitating Casualties60-65
George C. MannThe Navy Rehabilitation Program66-72
Frank T. HinesMedical Care Program of the Veterans Administration73-79
Thomas A. C. RennieState and Private Agencies for Psychiatric Care80-86
John N. Smith, Jr.Community Responsibility for the Disabled87-92
Frank T. HinesVocational Rehabilitation Program of the Veterans Administration93-100
Michael J. ShortleyRehabilitation of the Civilian Disabled101-108
K. Vernon BantaPlacement Service for Disabled Veterans109-114
Elizabeth CosgroveThe Disabled Veteran in the Federal Government115-121
Edward H. LitchfieldThe Disabled Veteran in State and Local Government122-127
Helen BakerIndustry's Plans for Absorbing the Disabled Veteran128-134
Irvin L. ChildPersonal Adjustment of the Disabled Veteran135-143
Eduard C. LindemanCommunity Progams for Social Adjustment144-149
Ernest R. Mowrer; Harriet R. MowrerThe Disabled Veteran in the Family150-159
Theodore Newcomb; Amos H. HawleyRehabilitation Services of Veterans Organizations160-164
Francis J. BrownSchools and Colleges Serve the Disabled165-174
Edmund G. Williamson; Edward S. BordinOccupational Rehabilitation Counseling175-181
1945Mar238Postwar Jobs for Veterans
Frank T. HinesThe Human Side of Demobilization1--8
John A. Clausen; Shirley A. StarThe Soldier Looks Ahead9--17
Abram J. Jaffe; Seymour L. WolfbeinPostwar Migration Plans of Army Enlisted Men18-26
John D. DurandVeterans and War Workers in the Postwar Labor Force27-36
A. F. HinrichsWill There Be Enough Jobs?37-47
Carl C. TaylorThe Veteran in Agriculture48-55
William F. TompkinsFuture Manpower Needs of the Armed Forces56-62
Wilbur J. CohenThe Federal Government's Program for Ex-Servicemen63-70
Frank BaneState Plans for Aid to Veterans71-76
Earl J. McGrathThe Education of the Veteran77-88
Frederick S. FoltzBackgrounds for Army Separation Counseling89-94
Robert EnglandCanada's Program to Aid Its Veterans95-102
D. Christie TaitVeteran Re-Employment Plans of Our Allies103-111
Walter J. CouperThe Re-Employment Rights of Veterans112-121
Troy P. WakefieldThe Re-Employment Program of the International Harvester Company122-126
Robert C. WeaverThe Negro Veteran127-132
Samuel H. Ordway, Jr.The Veteran in the Civil Service133-139
R. Randall IrwinA Crucial Industry: Aircraft140-145
Boris ShishkinOrganized Labor and the Veteran146-157
Sumner H. SlichterHow to Stimulate Postwar Employment158-166
Roy V. PeelThe "Separateness" of the Veteran167-173
Willard WallerThe Veteran's Attitudes174-179
E. Jay Howenstine, Jr.Lessons of World War I180-187
1945Jan237World Population in Transition
Kingsley DavisThe World Demographic Transition1--11
Philip M. Hauser; Conrad TaeuberThe Changing Population of the United States12--21
Halbert L. Dunn; Hope Tisdale Eldridge; Nora P. PowellDemographic Status of South America22-33
Alberto P. Leon; Alvaro Aldama C.Population Problems in Central and Caribbean America34-44
Dudley KirkPopulation Trends in Postwar Europe45-56
M. Kantorovitz GordonRussia's Growing Population57-63
Irene B. Taeuber; Edwin G. BealThe Demographic Heritage of the Japanese Empire64-71
Warren S. ThompsonPopulation Prospects for China and Southeastern Asia72-79
Enid CharlesPopulation Problems in the British Overseas Dominions80-93
Ernest Jurkat; Louise K. KiserThe Peoples of the Mohammedan World94-106
S. F. CookDemographic Consequences of European Contact with Primitive Peoples107-111
P. K. Whelpton; Clyde V. KiserTrends, Determinants, and Control in Human Fertility112-122
Louis I. Dublin; Alfred J. LotkaTrends in Longevity123-133
Jacob YerushalmyInfant and Maternal Mortality in the Modern World134-141
John D. DurandThe Trend toward an Older Population142-151
Selwyn D. CollinsSickness and Health: Their Measurement, Distribution, and Changes152-163
Edward P. Hutchinson; Wilbert E. MoorePressures and Barriers in Future Migration164-171
Imre FerencziRelocation of Europeans172-181
Joseph J. SpenglerPopulation and Per Capita Income182-192
Frank LorimerIssues of Population Policy193-203
1944Nov236Adolescents in Wartime
James S. PlantSocial Significance of War Impact on Adolescents1--7
Kingsley DavisAdolescence and the Social Structure8--16
Warren S. ThompsonAdolescents According to the Census17-25
Ernest R. Groves; Gladys Hoagland GrovesThe Social Background of Wartime Adolescents26-32
James H. S. BossardFamily Backgrounds of Wartime Adolescents33-42
Henry L. ZuckerWorking Parents and Latchkey Children43-50
Mary Skinner; Alice Scott NuttAdolescents Away from Home51-59
George E. GardnerSex Behavior of Adolescents in Wartime60-66
Sidonie Matsner Gruenberg; Benjamin C. GruenbergCrosscurrents in the Rearing of Youth67-73
Eleanor S. BollBritain's Experience with Adolescents74-82
Gertrude Folks ZimandThe Changing Picture of Child Labor83-91
Beatrice McConnellChild Labor in Agriculture92-100
Elizabeth S. MageeImpact of the War on Child Labor101-109
Arnold E. Joyal; William G. CarrWork Experience Programs in American High Schools110-116
Norman R. Ingraham, Jr.Health Problems of the Adolescent Period117-127
Dorothy HankinsMental Hygiene Problems of the Adolescent Period128-135
Caroline B. ZachryCustomary Stresses and Strains of Adolescence136-144
Roy SorensonWartime Recreation for Adolescents145-151
Paul WeaverYouth and Religion152-160
Katharine F. LenrootYouth and Government161-168
1944Sep235International Frontiers in Education
Gilbert MurrayIntellectual Co-Operation1--9
Marie ButtsThe International Bureau of Education10--16
Walter M. KotschnigRealism in Educational Reconstruction17-24
George D. StoddardTeach Them the Ways of Democracy25-32
James MarshallWhat about an International Office for Education?33-40
I. L. KandelEducational Utopias41-48
G. Howland ShawA Policy of Cultural Co-Operation49-53
Ruth Emily McMurryForeign Government Programs of Cultural Relations54-61
John W. StudebakerThe United States Office of Education62-68
Kenneth HollandInter-American Educational Relations69-76
Ben Mark CherringtonAmerica's Future Cultural Relations77-82
W. G. LelandInternational Intellectual Relations83-91
Stephen DugganInternational Interchange of Students92-99
Carl Hastings MilamLibraries, Scholars, and the War100-106
Henry L. SmithThe World Federation of Education Associations107-112
Frank W. HubbardProfessional Organizations in Education113-121
I. James QuillenEducation for World Citizenship122-127
Mark A. MayThe Psychological Foundations of Peace128-134
1944Jul234Agenda for Peace
Irene B. TaeuberPopulation Displacements in Europe1--12
Bruno LaskerDisplacement of Population in Eastern Asia13-21
Clarence E. PickettEurope Today22-27
Francis B. SayreBinding up the Wounds of War28-35
Max AscoliItaly, an Experiment in Reconstruction36-41
Mario EinaudiEconomic and Political Reconstruction of Italy42-46
Edward C. CarterSoviet Russia's Contribution to Peace47-53
George SoloveytchikSome Permanent Aspects of French Policy54-60
Frans van CauwelaertThe Small European Nations after the War61-69
Clinton S. GoldenLabor-Bulwark of Democracy and Peace70-73
Arthur WautersSocial Security and Collective Security74-76
Percy R. BengoughVictory-What Then?77-83
Otto T. MalleryA Practical Approach to a World Trade Board84-90
Louis H. PinkToward International Economic Organization91-95
Percy E. CorbettThe Future of International Law96-101
F. Cyril JamesThe Foundations of Prosperity after the War102-115
C. J. HambroHow to Win the Peace116-125
Samuel S. FelsWe Can Abolish War126-131
1944May233India Speaking
Manilal B. Nanavati; C. N. VakilEditors' Introduction1--5
H. N. KunzruDefense of India6--11
V. T. KrishnamachariIndian States and Their Position in Indian Polity12--17
S. RadhakrishnanCulture of India18-21
Humayun KabirInfluence of Islamic Culture on Indian Life22-29
Syama Prasad MookerjeeEducation in British India30-38
C. V. RamanScientific Researches39-45
Beni PrasadInfluence of Modern Thought on India46-54
Gyan ChandThe Frozen Manpower of India55-61
S. ChandrasekharIndia's Human Resources62-77
B. C. RoyNutrition and Health in India78-83
D. R. GadgilProblems of Rural Life84-91
T. VijayaraghavacharyaMeasures for Improvement of Agriculture92-98
V. K. R. V. RaoNational Income of India99-105
J. C. KumarappaHandicrafts and Cottage Industries106-112
Padamji P. GinwalaIndustrial Development in Relation to Natural Resources113-120
G. D. BirlaIndustrialization in India121-126
B. Shiva RaoLabor in India127-133
C. N. VakilGovernment Finance134-140
B. P. AdarkarTariffs and Fiscal Policy141-145
Purshotamdas ThakurdasCurrency and Exchange146-151
Manilal B. NanavatiBanking in India152-160
V. Ramadas PantuluAgricultural Finance161-170
1944Mar232A Challenge to Peacemakers: Conflicting National Aspirations in Central and Eastern Europe
Stefan T. PossonyPolitical and Military Geography of Central, Balkan, and Eastern Europe1--8
Oskar HaleckiThe Historical Role of Central-Eastern Europe9--18
Josef HancSome Misconceptions about Central and Eastern Europe19-24
Heinz H. F. EulauThe New Soviet Nationalism25-32
John SaariFinnish Nationalism Justifying Independence33-38
Johannes KaivEstonian Nationalism39-42
Alfred BilmanisFree Latvia in Free Europe43-48
P. ZadeikisAn Aspect of the Lithuanian Record of Independence49-51
Thaddeus MitanaPoland among the Powers52-60
Otto RadlDevelopment of Czechoslovak Nationalism61-70
Ferdinand CzerninAustria's Position in Reconstructed Europe71-76
Rustem VamberyNationalism in Hungary77-85
Robert Strausz-HupeRumanian Nationalism86-93
Stoyan GavrilovicYugoslav Unity94-100
Christ AnastasoffBulgaria's National Struggles101-106
Joseph S. RoucekAlbania as a Nation107-109
Cimon P. DiamantopoulosGreece's National Aims. Their Historical and Ethnological Background110-115
Floyd A. CaveAxis Domination in Central and Eastern Europe116-125
Wladyslaw R. MalinowskiThe Pattern of Underground Resistance126-133
Daniel Bell; Leon DennenThe System of Governments in Exile134-147
Thorsten V. KalijarviCentral-Eastern European Minorities in the United States148-154
Emil LengyelStruggle among United Nations Viewpoints155-162
Eduard BenesToward Peace in Central and Eastern Europe163-168
Feliks GrossPeace Planning for Central and Eastern Europe169-176
1944Jan231Higher Education and the World
George F. ZookHow the Colleges Went to War1--7
Raymond WaltersFacts and Figures of Colleges at War8--13
Malcolm M. WilleyThe College Training Programs of the Armed Services14-28
Schuyler C. WallaceThe Naval School of Military Government and Administration29-33
Sidney L. PresseyAcceleration and the College Student34-41
Leonard CarmichaelCollege Faculties in Government Service42-46
Francis J. BrownOff-Duty Educational Services in the Armed Forces47-52
Roland S. VaileEnrollment after the War53-57
Ralph W. TylerSound Credit for Military Experience58-64
Donald J. ShankPostwar Education of Service Personnel65-73
Earl J. McGrathGeneral Education in the Postwar Period74-80
T. R. McConnellLiberal Education after the War81-87
Harold S. DiehlMedical Education88-92
Everett FraserLegal Education92-94
Wesley E. PeikTeacher Education95-98
Russell A. StevensonTraining for Business98-100
William E. WickendenEngineering Education100-102
W. S. MillerGraduate Work102-104
J. M. NoltePostwar Professional Continuation Education105-114
Eduard C. LindemanNew Needs for Adult Education115-122
Charles E. Friley; James A. StarrakNew Concepts of Terminal Education123-128
E. G. WilliamsonThe Counseling of Students129-134
George D. StoddardState-Wide Planning for Postwar Educational Needs135-141
John Dale RussellProblems and Prospects of Postwar Financial Support142-148
Arthur R. UpgrenPostwar Economic Conditions and Higher Education149-153
Louis WirthPostwar Political and Social Conditions and Higher Education154-162
1943Nov230Transportation: War and Postwar
Joseph B. EastmanThe Office of Defense Transportation1--4
Joseph L. White; G. Lloyd Wilson; James M. CurtinAmerican Transportation Facilities at the Outbreak of the War5--12
Herbert AshtonProblems of Wartime Freight Movement13-21
John J. PelleyAmerican Railroads in and after the War22-28
Ronald A. ShadburneCoastwise and Intercoastal Shipping29-36
Alexander T. WoodGreat Lakes Transportation37-43
Chester C. ThompsonInland Waterways Transportation44-47
Roland L. KramerWar and Our Merchant Marine48-53
Henry L. Deimel, Jr.; Hobart S. PerryPostwar Merchant Marine Problems54-62
Ted V. RodgersMotor Truck Transportation63-70
Arthur M. HillIntercity Bus Transportation71-77
Lewis C. SorrellAir Transport Industries in Wartime78-88
Harold Lee GeorgeThe Air Transport Command, Army Air Forces89-92
Fayette B. DowThe Role of Petroleum Pipe Lines in the War93-100
L. O. HeadRailway Express Agency Services and Problems101-109
Giles Morrow; G. Lloyd WilsonSome Problems of Freight Forwarders110-115
G. Lloyd WilsonWartime Transport Control in Canada116-122
W. T. JackmanWar and Postwar Transport Problems of Canada123-133
C. E. R. SherringtonTransportation Problems in Great Britain134-140
J. A. DunnageMotor Transport in Great Britain141-149
Charles E. WhitworthThe Russian Railways150-158
Emory R. JohnsonA National Postwar Transportation Policy159-164
John S. BurchmorePostwar Transportation Regulatory Problems165-173
Samuel B. Pettengill; G. Lloyd WilsonIntegrated Transportation174-177
G. D. H. ColeA British Socialist's Approach to Transport Unification178-181
Patrick J. HannonSome Aspects of Transport Policy in Britain182-184
G. Lloyd WilsonWartime Rate Control and Regulation in Great Britain185-190
Otto S. Beyer; Edwin M. FitchTransportation Labor Problems in Wartime and after191-201
1943Sep229The American Family in World War II
James H. S. BossardThe Family in Past Wars1--10
Mary Agnes HamiltonBritain Fights for Family Life11--19
William Fielding OgburnMarriages, Births, and Divorces20-29
John F. CuberChanging Courtship and Marriage Customs30-38
Gladys GaylordMarriage Counseling in Wartime39-45
Theresa WolfsonAprons and Overalls in War46-55
J. E. WaltersWomen in Industry56-62
Elizabeth M. CulverWomen in the Service63-68
Eleanor S. BollThe Child69-78
Henry Pratt FairchildFamily Limitation and the War79-86
Thomas D. Eliot-Of the Shadow of Death87-99
Ernest R. MowrerWar and Family Solidarity and Stability100-106
Willard WallerThe Family and Other Institutions107-116
Faith M. WilliamsThe Standard of Living in Wartime117-127
Edmund N. BaconWartime Housing128-137
Donald S. HowardAmerican Social Work and World War II138-144
Charles P. TaftPublic Health and the Family in World War II145-149
The Bureau of Sociological Research Colorado River War Relocation CenterThe Japanese Family in America150-156
Thorsten SellinChild Delinquency157-163
Ray E. BaberMarriage and the Family after the War164-175
1943Jul228The United Nations and the Future
Quincy WrightUnited Nations-Phrase or Reality?1--10
Ferdinand CzerninA Common United Nations Policy-Now!11--15
Kinn Wei ShawWorld Co-Operation Now: A Declaration of Interdependence16-20
Eugenio SilvaContribution of the Americas to the War and to the Peace21-24
Sergio OsmenaThe United Nations and the Philippines25-29
Nicholas MirkovichThe United Nations in War and Peace30-33
Clark M. EichelbergerNext Steps in the Organization of the United Nations34-39
Claude PepperA More Perfect United Nations-How and When?40-46
William AgarInternational Co-Operation or World War III47-51
Oskar HaleckiEast Central Europe in Postwar Organization52-59
Edvard HambroThe Northern European Countries after This War60-64
Norman AngellThe British Commonwealth in the World Order65-70
M. J. BonnThe Future of Imperialism71-77
J. B. CondliffeMechanisms of Postwar Planning78-83
Alexander V. DyeForeign Trade Reconstruction84-91
Marcus NadlerThe Postwar International Economic Position of the United States92-100
Ruth BenedictRecognition of Cultural Diversities in the Postwar World101-107
1943May227Our Servicemen and Economic Security
Denzel C. ClineAllowances to Dependents of Servicemen in the United States1--8
Helen TarasovFamily Allowances: An Anglo-American Contrast9--21
Harold F. BrowneCompany Policies Affecting Employees in Service22-27
Robert H. SkiltonMoratoria and the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act28-34
Gerald MonsmanAdministration of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act35-42
M. R. NeifeldConsumer Credit and the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act43-50
Ernest M. FisherThe Serviceman and the Mortgage Market51-57
Morton BodfishThe Soldier and Real Estate Leases58-61
Rowland Frederick John SandersWartime Relief from Civil Obligations in Great Britain62-68
Frank T. HinesInsurance Protection under Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act69-75
Chester A. KlineThe Life Insurance Policy during Wartime76-82
Frank T. HinesNational Service Life Insurance83-93
Robert P. BrechtCollective Bargaining and Re-Employment of Veterans94-103
Charles L. JamisonRe-Employment of Ex-Servicemen in Public Positions104-110
Morse A. CartwrightRe-Education of the Returned Soldier and Sailor111-121
John G. HerndonFinancial Recognition of Ex-Servicemen122-127
Alfred G. BuehlerMilitary Pensions128-135
William H. WandelUnemployment Insurance and the Returning Serviceman136-142
David T. RowlandsLand and Homes for Returning Servicemen143-151
Mildred H. McAfeeWomen's Reserves152-155
Technical Information Division, WAACBenefits to Women's Army Auxiliary Corps156-157
1943Mar226Southeastern Asia and the Phillipines
Frances M. EarleGeography of the Southeast Tropics1--8
Arthur R. UpgrenSoutheastern Asia and the Philippines as a Market9--21
Helmut G. CallisCapital Investment in Southeastern Asia and the Philippines22-31
Patricia G. BarnettThe Chinese in Southeastern Asia and the Philippines32-49
Harold M. VinackeImplications of Japanese Foreign Policy for the Philippines and Southeastern Asia50-61
H. E. YarnellWar in the Western Pacific62-72
E. D. HesterOutline of Our Recent Political and Trade Relations with the Philippine Commonwealth73-85
Amry VandenboschThe Netherlands Indies86-96
Richard WinstedtMalaya97-111
Kenneth Perry LandonThailand112-119
John L. ChristianBurma120-128
Joseph HandlerIndo-China: Eighty Years of French Rule129-136
Lennox A. MillsSome Problems of Postwar Reconstruction137-150
1943Jan225Nutrition and Supply: The War and After
John D. BlackFood: War and Postwar1--5
Joseph S. DavisNutrition, Social Science, and Public Policy6--9
C. A. ElvehjemLandmarks in the Progress of the Science of Nutrition10--16
Charles E. KelloggSoils and Nutrition17-21
T. D. StewartFood and Physique22-28
Russell M. WilderVitamin B 1 (Thiamine)29-31
Esther L. BatchelderRiboflavin31-32
David T. SmithNiacin33-35
C. A. ElvehjemThe Newer Members of Vitamin B Complex35-36
Esther L. BatchelderVitamin A37-38
A. BlackVitamins C and D38-39
H. D. KruseProteins39-40
George O. BurrDietary Need for Fat40-42
Roy E. ButlerSouthern Piedmont and Mountain Region43-44
G. Dorothy WilliamsNorth and Northeast44-47
Ruth M. LevertonThe Great Plains Region47-49
Christine A. HellerThe Spanish-Americans of New Mexico and Arizona49-51
Marjorie GrantRural Kentucky52-55
Dorothy DickinsThree Mississippi Negro Families55-56
Ouida Davis AbbottFrom Florida's Leached Lands57
Vera WalkerOther Florida Children57-58
Mame Dentler; Ruth HuenemannFive Chicago Cases58-61
Marguerite L. PetteeFrom a County Home Demonstration Agent's Notebook61-63
Ruth L. WhiteBoston's Problem Children63-65
Esther F. PhipardHow Good Is Our National Diet?66-71
Paul E. HoweThe Dietaries of Our Military Forces72-79
1942Nov224Labor Relations and the War
William M. Leiserson"Growing Pains" of the American Labor Movement1--9
H. A. MillisFederal Protection of Labor10--18
Paul M. HerzogThe Labor Relations Acts of the States19-24
James B. CareyThe Program and Policies of the CIO25-31
Lloyd G. Reynolds; Charles C. KillingsworthThe Union Security Issue32-39
A. H. RaskinProspects of Interunion Relations and Unity40-45
Ordway TeadPerspective on Democratic Industrial Government46-53
Frances PerkinsLabor Standards and War Production54-57
William GreenShould Wages Be Frozen?58-61
Z. Clark DickinsonWage Adjustments in This War62-68
J. Douglas BrownThe Problem of "Priority" Unemployment69-74
Margaret MackintoshWar Labor Policies in Canada75-83
Robert J. WattCollective Bargaining as a Basis for Labor Co-Operation84-87
Carroll R. DaughertyDemocratic Obligations of Management and Labor in Total War88-95
Clinton S. GoldenCollective Bargaining and Acclerated Production96-103
R. Randall IrwinWartime Demands upon Management and Labor in the Aircraft Industry104-109
Wendell LundProblems of Labor Productivity in Wartime110-116
J. V. RadcliffeTrade Unions' Part in Britain's War Effort117-123
George SouleLabor's Status in the National Effort124-127
1942Sep223Minority Peoples in a Nation at War
Donald R. PerryAliens in the United States1--9
Charles S. JohnsonThe Negro Minority10--16
H. M. KallenNational Solidarity and the Jewish Minority17-28
John CollierThe Indian in a Wartime Nation29-35
William C. SmithMinority Groups in Hawaii36-44
Grayson KirkThe Filipinos45-48
Richard PatteeThe Puerto Ricans49-54
William H. HastieThe Negro in the Army Today55-59
Robert C. WeaverDefense Industries and the Negro60-66
Walter WhiteWhat the Negro Thinks of the Army67-71
Lester B. GrangerBarriers to Negro War Employment72-80
Horace Mann BondShould the Negro Care Who Wins the War?81-84
Carl WittkeGerman Immigrants and Their Children85-91
George L. WarrenThe Refugee and the War92-99
Edward CorsiItalian Immigrants and Their Children100-106
Shotaro Frank MiyamotoImmigrants and Citizens of Japanese Origin107-113
Maurice R. DavieImmigrants from Axis-Conquered Countries114-122
W. Rex CrawfordThe Latin American in Wartime United States123-131
Thorsten V. KalijarviFrench Canadians in the United States132-137
Will W. AlexanderAliens in War Industries138-143
Richard H. HeindelThe Alien Scientist and the War144-148
Everett V. StonequistThe Restricted Citizen149-156
Harold F. GosnellSymbols of National Solidarity157-161
Alfred McClung LeeSubversive Individuals of Minority Status162-172
Clyde R. MillerForeign Efforts to Increase Disunity173-181
Marian SchibsbyPrivate Agencies Aiding the Foreign-Born182-189
Otto KlinebergRace Prejudice and the War190-198
1942Jul222Winning both the War and the Peace
Frank KingdonBeing an American in Wartime1--7
William S. CulbertsonTotal Economic Warfare8--12
D. W. BroganA Political Scientist and World Problems13-20
Maxim LitvinoffUnited Efforts for Victory21-25
A. LoudonKnow Your Enemy26-31
Michael StraightThe United Nations32-37
Girja Shankar BajpaiAn Indian Looks at the War38-41
Taraknath DasAsia's Part in War and Peace42-53
Michal KwapiszewskiFor a Total Victory54-59
Francisco Castillo NajeraOrganization of Peace60-73
L. S. RoweThe Mission of the Americas in World Affairs74-79
Ernesto MontenegroAn Economic Partnership of the Democracies80-83
Louis DolivetEducating Public Opinion for World Organization84-89
Nicholas DomanThe World We Approach90-102
Jan MasarykAfter Chaos Back to Political Science103-108
C. J. HambroPostwar Political Organization of the World109-116
Manley O. HudsonInternational Courts in the Postwar World117-123
C. L. HsiaA New Deal for All Nations124-132
1942May221Administrative Regulation of Private Enterprise
John M. PfiffnerThe Development of Administrative Regulation1--8
Harold D. KoontzExtent of Administrative Regulation in Economic Affairs9--16
James C. CharlesworthThe Regulatory Agency: Detached Tribunal or Positive Administrator?17-20
H. Schuyler Foster, Jr.Pressure Groups and Administrative Agencies21-28
E. E. SchattschneiderPartisan Politics and Administrative Agencies29-32
John M. GausThe Case for Integration of Administrative Agencies33-39
Harvey PinneyThe Case for Independence of Administrative Agencies40-48
Edwin O. SteneLegislative Considerations in Organizing Regulatory Agencies49-55
Charles C. RohlfingRegulation of Aviation: A Case Study in Reorganization56-63
George C. S. BensonAdministrative Regulation within Federal Departments64-71
Kenneth C. ColePresidential Influence on Independent Agencies72-77
Avery LeisersonInterest Representation in Administrative Regulation78-86
James HartLimits of Legislative Delegation87-100
Harold W. StokePresidential Co-Ordination of Policy101-107
Oliver Peter FieldConfining Administrative Regulations within the Law108-114
Morris DuaneMandatory Hearings in the Rule-Making Process115-121
Herman S. Hettinger; William A. PorterRadio Regulation: A Case Study in Basic Policy Conflicts122-137
Roland L. RedmondDefects and Remedies in Administrative Adjudication138-144
Arthur T. VanderbiltThe Proposed Office of Federal Administrative Procedure145-152
Walter GellhornDeclaratory Rulings by Federal Agencies153-159
Carl McFarlandA Code of Administrative Procedure160-169
Frederick F. Blachly; Miriam E. OatmanA United States Court of Appeals for Administration170-182
J. Roland PennockJudicial Control of Administrative Decisions183-191
1942Mar220Organizing for Total War
A. Robert GinsburghThe Nature of Military Defense1--7
Ernest M. CulliganThe Procurement of Man Power8--17
Walter V. BinghamThe Army Personnel Classification System18-28
B. N. HarlowTraining for Military Service29-49
Frederick H. OsbornRecreation, Welfare, and Morale of the American Soldier50-56
C. N. SmithSelection, Training, and Morale of Navy Personnel57-66
Andrew MooreNonservice Education for the Canadian Armed Forces67-80
Leonard G. Rowntree; Albert N. BaggsHealth of Registrants and Rehabilitation of Rejectees81-88
Eliot NessVenereal Disease Control in Defense89-93
Morris A. CopelandProduction Planning for a War Economy94-105
Charles A. BlissProblems Posed for Industry106-115
Paul ElielSome Problems of Organized Labor in a War Economy116-124
Claude R. WickardAgricultural Supplies for War125-135
Hadley CantrilPublic Opinion in Flux136-152
Harold B. HoskinsAmerican Unity and Our Foreign-Born Citizens153-159
Ernest AngellThe Civilian Morale Agency160-167
Philip S. BroughtonGovernment Agencies and Civilian Morale168-177
John M. ClarkOur Economic Freedom178-185
John N. AndrewsRe-Employment and Postwar Planning186-192
David Cushman CoylePurpose of America193-199
1942Jan219The Press in the Contemporary Scene
Herbert BruckerThe Newspaper, the Community, and the Citizen1--6
Chilton R. Bush; Darwin L. TeilhetThe Press, Reader Habits, and Reader Interest7--10
Helen MacGill HughesThe Social Interpretation of News11--17
Malcolm M. WilleyThe Functions of the Newspaper18-24
Eric W. AllenThe Newspaper and Community Leadership25-31
Paul F. LazarsfeldThe Daily Newspaper and Its Competitors32-43
Alfred McClung LeeThe Basic Newspaper Pattern44-52
Burrett P. GarnettChanges in the Basic Newspaper Pattern53-59
Frank Luther MottTrends in Newspaper Content60-65
Ralph D. CaseyThe Press, Propaganda, and Pressure Groups66-75
Curtis D. MacDougallNewspaper Syndication and Its Social Significance76-81
Nelson P. PoynterThe Economic Problems of the Press and the Changing Newspaper82-85
Charles L. AllenThe Press and Advertising86-92
Fredrick S. SiebertLegal Developments Affecting the Press93-99
Watson DavisScience and the Press100-106
Louis StarkThe Press and Labor News107-113
William A. SumnerThe Press and Agricultural News114-119
Frederic E. MerwinThe Reporting of Public Affairs120-126
Richard WilsonReporting the Washington News127-131
Ralph O. NafzigerInternational News Coverage and Foreign News Communication132-138
Charles MerzThe Editorial Page139-144
J. Donald AdamsReviewing and Criticism145-150
Charles E. RogersThe Role of the Weekly Newspaper151-157
Raymond LawrencePress Reforms158-165
Richard J. FinneganSocial Responsibilities of the Newspaper166-168
Arthur T. RobbThe Ideal Newspaper of the Future169-175
1941Nov218Public Policy in a World at War
Jesse S. ReevesThe Interrelation of the Domestic and Foreign Policies of the Nation1--8
Dexter PerkinsFundamental Principles of American Foreign Policy9--19
John B. CondliffeThe Economic War20-25
Hu ShihThe Conflict of Ideologies26-35
Carlo SforzaThe Diplomatic Debacle: London and Paris before Munich36-44
Richard HartshorneThe Politico-Geographic Pattern of the World45-57
Brooks EmenyThe Distribution and Control of Natural Resources, and America's World Position58-65
Karl T. ComptonTechnological and Scientific Resources66-75
Calvin B. HooverThe Requirements of a War Economy76-86
Hans SpeierThe Effect of War on the Social Order87-96
Lawrence PreussThe Concepts of Neutrality and Nonbelligerency97-109
Philip E. MoselyThe United States as Viewed by Other Nations110-121
Edward S. CorwinSome Aspects of the Presidency122-131
W. Menzies WhitelawThe Prospect for a Union of Democracies132-140
Charles C. ColbyRegional Aspects of World Recovery141-152
Percy E. CorbettThe Future of Nationalism and the Nation-State153-161
H. Duncan HallThe Dilemma of Democracy162-174
Percy W. BidwellSelf-Containment and Hemisphere Defense175-185
Edward Mead EarleAmerican Security--Its Changing Conditions186-193
1941Sep217Crime in the United States
Jerome HallCrime as Social Reality1--11
Bruce SmithEnforcement of the Criminal Law12--18
Ronald H. BeattieThe Sources of Criminal Statistics19-28
Joseph CohenThe Geography of Crime29-37
George B. VoldCrime in City and Country Areas38-45
M. F. Ashley MontaguThe Biologist Looks at Crime46-57
Lloyd N. YepsenThe Psychologist Looks at Crime58-66
William HealyThe Psychiatrist Looks at Delinquency and Crime67-75
Walter C. RecklessThe Sociologist Looks at Crime76-83
E. H. StoffletThe European Immigrant and His Children84-92