Department of Sociology records, 1910s-1998

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Series II. Publications, 1952-1967

This series contains a number of dittoed publications that belonged to Paul Felix Lazarsfeld. The publications relate to the work on research methodology and qualitative and quantitative analysis of social research data.

Planning Project for Advanced Training in Social Research publications

Box 1 Folder 9-10 Documentation Furnished to the Ford Center on Concepts and Indices in the Social Sciences,, 1953

(Documents for the Seminar on Concepts and Indices in the Social Sciences; 2 copies)

Box 1 Folder 11 Concepts and Indices in the Social Sciences: A Report on the Dartmouth Seminar,, 1953

Box 1 Folder 12 Organization, Plan of Work, and Present State of the Project, 1955

Box 1 Folder 13 Extracts from N. Rashevsky's "Mathematical Biology of Imitative Behavior" lecture,, 1952

Box 1 Folder 14 A System of Scales Derived from a Standard Traceline Model, notes by Paul F. Lazarsfeld and developed by David G. Hays,, 1952

Box 1 Folder 15 Memorandum re: New Mathematical Work on Latent Structure Theory since the RAND Memoranda Were Completed,, undated

(Memo from Paul F. Lazasfeld to Victor Hunt. Includes "Some Theories of Structor Algebra: Notes on Extensions of Matrix Algebra Necessary for Latent Structure Analysis.")

Box 1 Folder 16 The Present State of Latent Structure Analysis, undated

Box 1 Folder 17 Case Materials and Case Analysis in American Professional Training by Bernard Barber,, 1950s

Box 1 Folder 18 The Use of the Case Method of Instruction in Undergraduate History Courses by Elinor G. Barber,, 1953

Box 1 Folder 19 Case Materials: Some Comparative Analysis of their Use in Different Fields by Elinor G. Barber,, 1954

Box 1 Folder 20 A Survey of Activities in Urban and Minority Problems at Three American Universities by George Nash and Patricia Nash,, 1967