International bibliography of research in marriage and the family: 1965-1972

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U of Minnesota Press, 1967 - Families - 1519 pages

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Page 4 - Nelson Foote and Leonard S. Cottrell, Identity and Interpersonal Competence, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1955. See also William J. Goode, "Horizons in Family Theory,
Page 3 - References (12,850) are to monographs, journals, books, pamphlets, parts of books, bulletins and fugitive publications; the goal was to "list every research item published since 1900 in which some manifestation of marriage or the family figures".
Page 9 - The family as a unity of interacting personalities. Family, 1926, 7, 3-9. 15. CLAUSEN, JA, & KOHN, ML Social relations and schizophrenia: A research report and a perspective. In DD Jackson (Ed.), The etiology of schizophrenia. New York: Basic Books, 1960. Pp. 295-320.
Page 4 - A Syllabus and a Bibliography of Marriage and the Family. New Concord, Ohio: The Radcliffe Press, 1951.
Page 4 - M. A Bibliography on Family Relationships. New York; National Council of Parent Education, 1932.
Page 3 - Merlon's plea for theory building through codification: 1 . The identification of the empirical foci which have been investigated by marriage and family researchers. 2. The classification and summarization of the research findings among these foci. 3. The identification of the competing frames of reference which have been used as theoretical approaches by marriage and family researchers. 4. The isolation of the major conceptual apparatus of each of the frameworks that are identified. 5.
Page 4 - Cataloguing 3: 2 (October /December 1974). 44. [Andrea Crestadoro], The Art of Making Catalogues of Libraries, or, A Method to Obtain in a Short Time a Most Perfect, Complete, and Satisfactory Printed Catalogue of the British Museum Library, by A Reader therein, (London: The Literary, Scientific & Artistic Reference Office, 1856), 60 p. During the 19th century titles were often longer and more meaningful than today. They summarized the contents of the work or stated the aims of the author. Cf. the...
Page 4 - Public Affairs Information Service. Bulletin. New York, Public Affairs Information Service, 1915-date. Usually referred to by its initials as "PAIS" A combination of subject index and digest of information in the fields of sociology, political science, and economics.

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