From Aristotelian to Reaganomics: a dictionary of eponyms with biographies in the social sciences
This reference provides a detailed listing of eponyms in the social sciences, along with entries for some toponyms. The work includes terms from a broad range of social sciences, including anthropology, economics, education, history, political science, religious studies, and sociology. The entries are arranged alphabetically. Each begins with a brief definition of the term, followed by a discussion of the term's history and significance. The entry then provides biographical information for the person from whose name the entry was derived. A brief bibliography concludes each entry, and the dictionary closes with lists of entries arranged by category and a selected bibliography of works on eponyms.
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Classification of Social Science Eponyms
American biography Australia became Blackwell born British Cambridge Catholic encyclopedia century Chambers Ltd Charles Scribner's Sons Chicago Christian Church College Committee Conn David Dictionary of American dictionary of economics dictionary of national dictionary of psychology Eatwell economists Edinburgh educated elected Encyclopedia Britannica England eponyms established France Free Press George German Goring graduated Greenwood Press H. W. Wilson Harvard Henry International encyclopedia James John Labor later London Macmillan and Free Magnus Magnussen McHenry Milgate minister national biography ographical dictionary Oxford dictionary Oxford University Press Palgrave Paris Parliament party Peter Ph.D philosophy political president professor published R. R. Bowker Robert Rosemary Saint Saint Petersburg School social sciences Society sociology Sources Cross studied Sydney taught theory Thomas Thorn U.S. Army U.S. Congress U.S. president U.S. Senate United United States Congress Washington Westmead Westport Who's William wood Press World York Zusne