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Education And Nation-Building In Laos, Joel Halpern, Marilyn C. Tinsman Sep 1966

Education And Nation-Building In Laos, Joel Halpern, Marilyn C. Tinsman

Joel M. Halpern

No abstract provided.


“The Behavioral View Of Congress,” At U.S. Civil Service Commission, Washington Dc, David R. Mayhew Mar 1966

“The Behavioral View Of Congress,” At U.S. Civil Service Commission, Washington Dc, David R. Mayhew

David Mayhew

No abstract provided.


The Zadruga: An Anglo-American View Of Balkan Social Structures, Joel Halpern Jan 1966

The Zadruga: An Anglo-American View Of Balkan Social Structures, Joel Halpern

Joel M. Halpern

This paper concentrates on the South Slav extended family as viewed by observers writing in English, principally British and American. Specifically included are the writings of nineteenth century travelers and, in the twentieth century, the observations of ethnographers, sociologists and anthropologists. These are compared to analyses made by Slavic scholars. Most of the material is from Yugoslavia, and data from Bulgaria is also included.


Development Of The Concept Of Colonialism, Robert K. Thomas Jan 1966

Development Of The Concept Of Colonialism, Robert K. Thomas

Robert K. Thomas

This paper was used as a teaching tool within the Monteith College (Wayne State University) curriculum. It discusses the development of Bob's thoughts that led to the 'Colonialism: Classic and Internal' paper. -- note date of publication is an estimate


Review Of "The Personality Of Lawyers: A Comparative Study Of Subjective Factors In Law, Based On Interviews With German Lawyers", Dietrich Rueschemeyer Jan 1966

Review Of "The Personality Of Lawyers: A Comparative Study Of Subjective Factors In Law, Based On Interviews With German Lawyers", Dietrich Rueschemeyer

Dietrich Rueschemeyer

No abstract provided.


Laos, Future Prospects And Their Limitations, Joel Halpern Jan 1966

Laos, Future Prospects And Their Limitations, Joel Halpern

Joel M. Halpern

This article is not an attempt to assess the contemporary (1965) situation in Laos or to deal in detail with the politics of the immediate past. Our task is, rather, to outline briefly some of the most crucial factors which will play an important role in shaping the country's future.


Peasant Culture And Urbanization In Yugoslavia, Joel M. Halpern Jan 1966

Peasant Culture And Urbanization In Yugoslavia, Joel M. Halpern

Joel M. Halpern

This abstract is from the introductory portion of a longer article entitled "Peasant Culture and Urbanization in Yugoslavia" in Human Organization, Vol. 24, No. 2, Summer 1965, pp 162-174.


Opinion And Knowledge Of Child-Rearing Professionals And Non-Professionals Regarding Three Child-Rearing Systems, Larry Barnett Dec 1965

Opinion And Knowledge Of Child-Rearing Professionals And Non-Professionals Regarding Three Child-Rearing Systems, Larry Barnett

Larry D Barnett

No abstract provided.


Laos Future Prospects And Their Limitations, Joel Halpern Dec 1965

Laos Future Prospects And Their Limitations, Joel Halpern

Joel M. Halpern

This article attempts to outline briefly some of the most critical factors which will play an important role in shaping the countries future. Laos is a small landlocked country between three large state; Vietnam, China and Thailand. These countries contain large amount of people ethnically similar to Laos. They are both very similar in language and culture and boundaries are essentially political and in no sense do they constitute ethnic or cultural frontiers.


Yugoslavia: Around The Worl Program Edition 2, Joel Halpern Dec 1965

Yugoslavia: Around The Worl Program Edition 2, Joel Halpern

Joel M. Halpern

Edited 2nd addition by publisher with authors participation


Poem: Reflections, Steven Alan Samson Dec 1965

Poem: Reflections, Steven Alan Samson

Steven Alan Samson

Score written for Music Theory class at Lincoln High School, Denver, Spring 1966. Twice performed and recorded.