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Thu Oct 16 17:58:36 2014 UTClccn-n500455970.00Burgess, Ernest Watson0.601.00Ernest W. Burgess, May 16, 1886-December 27, 1966 an exhibition of selections from his papers, Joseph Regenstein Library, April, 197461599251Ernest_Burgessn 5004559780755Burgess, E. W.Burgess, E. W. 1886-1966Burgess, E. W. (Ernest Watson), 1886-1966Burgess, Ernest W.Burgess, Ernest W. 1886-1966Burgess, Ernest Watson 1886-1966バージェス, E. Wバーゼス, E. Wlccn-n79045316Park, Robert Ezra1864-1944lccn-n79072746Blumer, Herbert1900-1987edtlccn-no2009019815Faris, Ellsworth1874-1953edtlccn-n50014727Small, Albion W.1854-1926edtlccn-n79058404University of Chicagolccn-n50010098Bogue, Donald J.1918-2014othedtlccn-n50007248McKenzie, Roderick Duncan1885-1940edtlccn-n50050763Locke, Harvey J.(Harvey James)1900-2000lccn-n79018527American Sociological Associationlccn-n78080935Fishbein, Morris1889-1976edtBurgess, E. W.(Ernest Watson)1886-1966PeriodicalsCase studiesConference proceedingsSociologySociology, UrbanSocial sciencesFamiliesMarriageJuvenile delinquencySocial psychologyIllinois--ChicagoOlder peopleEuropeSexual healthChild rearingCities and townsCommunitiesSexual ethicsCourtshipBetrothalChild welfareIllinoisReformatoriesPsychological testsOlder people--DwellingsUnited StatesPersonalityAdjustment (Psychology)Burgess, E. W.--(Ernest Watson),CharitiesSociologistsSociology--Study and teaching (Higher)Psychology, ReligiousAmerican periodicalsUniversity of Chicago.--Department of SociologyHughes, Everett C.--(Everett Cherrington),Old ageWirth, Louis,Cities and towns--GrowthWarner, W. Lloyd--(William Lloyd),American Sociological SocietyIntelligence testsEducational tests and measurementsRadcliffe-Brown, A. R.--(Alfred Reginald),Small, Albion W.,Ogburn, William F.,University of Chicago.--Division of the Social SciencesBlumer, Herbert,Thomas, William Isaac,Science--Social aspectsRoss, Edward Alsworth,Freud, Sigmund,Manners and customs188619661894190119051913191419151916191719191921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119331934193519361937193819391941194219431945194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197919801984198519871989199219961997199819992000200420072010201316338167648301HM1ocn001831931ocn000599287ocn000260933ocn000005869ocn000362033ocn000002832ocn000215190ocn123401474ocn760487082ocn002475953ocn780810082ocn458361290ocn185531055ocn185938859ocn650618983217921ocn001831931serial0.50American Sociological AssociationThe American journal of sociologyPeriodicalsProQuest electronic version of: The American journal of sociology. Supports browsing, searching, and printing of documents164065ocn000249370book19250.59Park, Robert EzraThe cityThe City, first published in 1925 and reprinted here in its entirety, is a cross-section of concerns of the Chicago urban school during the period of its most intense activity. Park and Burgess realized that ecological and economic factors were converted into a social organization by the traditions and aspirations of city dwellers. In their efforts to achieve objectivity, these sociologists never lost sight of the values that propel human beings. "It is a classic which remains relevant largely because it poses questions still unresolved."-Choice+-+9661911775155772ocn000012351book19210.63Park, Robert EzraIntroduction to the science of sociology, including the original index to basic sociological concepts130222ocn000260935book19640.53Burgess, E. WContributions to urban sociology129245ocn002580593book19450.63Burgess, E. WThe family; from institution to companionship101425ocn014603721book19600.56Burgess, E. WAging in Western societies69612ocn000907345book19730.63Burgess, E. WOn community, family, and delinquency; selected writings68625ocn002785691book19260.66Burgess, E. WThe urban community : selected papers from the Proceedings of the American Sociological Society, 1925Conference proceedings45914ocn000005869book19290.66Burgess, E. WPersonality and the social group42817ocn000534869book19390.74Burgess, E. WPredicting success or failure in marriage+-+K61626069542320ocn000260933book19640.56Burgess, E. WUrban sociology41610ocn000127966book19530.50Burgess, E. WThe family; from traditional to companionship41210ocn000353316book19550.37Fishbein, MorrisSuccessful marriage : a modern guide to love, sex, and family life4118ocn000599287book19300.59Shaw, Clifford RThe jack-roller; a delinquent boy's own storyCase studiesA delinquent's account of his experiences and values illuminates the nature and treatment of juvenile delinquency+-+41760217753243588ocn000259684book19530.70Burgess, E. WEngagement and marriage3164ocn005858333book19410.79Social Science Research Council (U.S.)The prediction of personal adjustment. A survey of logical problems and research techniques, with illustrative application to problems of vocational selection, school success, marriage, and crime"This monograph represents a survey of the logical problems involved in the prediction of human adjustment, with a critical consideration of basic research techniques, new and old, and with illustrative applications to the problems of vocational selection, school success, marriage, and crime. Three considerations converged to make this task seem especially timely. First, a considerable stream of new quantitative theory, as illustrated by factor analysis in psychology, has recently opened new vistas of possibilities for the improvement of instruments of measurement and the discovery of factors important in the prediction of human adjustment. Some of this new mathematical work, seemingly remote from problems of prediction, turns out to have implications which will freshen the whole approach to the prediction problem. Second, new inventions in mechanical tabulation now make possible economical statistical operations which would have been prohibitively costly a decade ago. The influence on psychology and the social sciences of new devices in mechanical tabulation parallels the influence of new mathematical techniques. Third, recent efforts to make more explicit the operations which actually go on in "intuitively sizing up people" in informal interviews and, in general, in the case study methods of research have demonstrated the urgent need of linking more closely quantitative and nonquantitative methods for improving the value and accuracy of predictions. A timely aspect of this study grows out of the need of the national defense program for a rigorous reexamination of fundamental prediction problems in the vocational field by experts freed from immediate administrative responsibilities who could bring their experience to a focus in an atmosphere of relative detachment. The monograph is in two parts. Part I is devoted to a systematic discussion and analysis of the prediction problem. It also contains, at the end, a memorandum on Prediction and National Defense. Part II comprises a number of supplementary studies, several of which make new contributions of theory and technique. While the presentation of a comprehensive bibliography, which would run into thousands of titles, was beyond the scope of the monograph, an intensive study of a considerable body of the literature was made and a special search was made for concrete illustrations of certain of the more crucial methodological points"--Foreword. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2007 APA, all rights reserved)3025ocn000534871book19540.59Burgess, E. WCourtship, engagement, and marriage2678ocn000362033book19470.77Fishbein, MorrisSuccessful marriage : an authoritative guide to problems related to marriage from the beginning of sexual attraction to matrimony and the successful rearing of a family2173ocn000612319book19610.79Conference on Retirement VillagesRetirement villages2004ocn001166233book19740.82Burgess, E. WBasic writings of Ernest W. Burgess93ocn045959037book19670.96Ernest Watson Burgess, 1886-1966 : four talks given at a memorial serviceHistoryBiography31ocn028988436book0.86Quinn, James AlfredThe Burgess zonal hypothesis and its critics22ocn756050431book19741.00Ernest W. Burgess, May 16, 1886-December 27, 1966 an exhibition of selections from his papers, Joseph Regenstein Library, April, 197411ocn051739473art1999Burgess, Ernest Watson11ocn043858698mix19531.00Farber, BernardAn evaluation and revision of the Burgess and Wallin rating scale as a prediction instrument11ocn222088281mix1.00Baur, Edward JacksonPapersContains correspondence from Baur to his parents; materials from University of Chicago social science courses including syllabi, handouts, examinations, research papers, and notes prepared by Baur and others; and manuscripts by Baur and others. Baur attended the University of Chicago as both an undergraduate and graduate student from 1935 to 1942, taking courses from Herbert Blumer, Ernest W. Burgess, Everett C. Hughes, Alfred R. Radcliffe-Brown, W. Lloyd Warner, Louis Wirth, and other social scientists. Materials from these courses comprise the bulk of the collection11ocn063306690art0.10MichiganBurgess, Ernest11ocn052248072mix1.00Znaniecki, FlorianPapersContains correspondence, manuscripts, notes, bibliographies, articles, essays, biographical material, and bibliographies. Papers document Znaniecki's career as a sociologist, his interest in Polish intellectual life, and his concern for the well-being of his fellow Polish immigrants in the United States. Correspondents include Ernest W. Burgess, Everett C. Hughes, Albion Small, W.I. Thomas, Louis Wirth, and others11ocn052245865mix1.00Elmer, M. CPapersHistoryContains Manuel Elmer's sociological publications; additional, non-sociological writings from later in his life; a series of interviews of Elmer conducted in 1978 and 1979; personal records from his college years; a scrapbook of newspaper articles, additional newspaper clippings and announcements; and correspondence11ocn049893753book19500.47Anderson, Doris SAn attempt at correlation of the concentric zonal hypothesis or the natural area theory with the city of Bangor, Maine11ocn044007431mix1.00Baur, Edward JacksonBaur, E. Jackson : papersContains correspondence from Baur to his parents; materials from University of Chicago social science courses including syllabi, handouts, examinations, research papers, and notes prepared by Baur and others; and manuscripts by Baur and others. Baur attended the University of Chicago as both undergraduate and graduate from 1935 to 1942, taking courses from Herbert Blumer, Ernest W. Burgess, Everett C. Hughes, Alfred R. Radcliffe-Brown, W. Lloyd Warner, Louis Wirth, and other social scientists. Materials from these courses comprise the bulk of the collection12ocn232006598mix1.00Dummer, Ethel SturgesCorrespondence, speeches, photos, reports, minutes, and articles document Dummer's efforts on behalf of juvenile delinquents, prostitutes, and illegitimate children, as well as her interest in progressive education and Chicago public schools and her work with leaders of the mental hygiene movement. Included is correspondence with her daughter, Ethel Mintzer, director of the Francis W. Parker School in San Diego, and such sociologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and educators as Jane Addams, Havelock Ellis, Sigmund Freud, Jessie Hodder, Karen Horney, Julia Lathrop, Norman Thomas, Miriam Van Waters, and others. Fisher's papers include her correspondence with her husband and others, a note from Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter, records of the LWV of Winnetka, IL, and poetry. Collection also includes 18th and 19th century letters and documents of the Sturges and Dummer families, both of which were prominent in Illinois11ocn052246120mix1.00Hauser, Philip MPapersContains personal and professional correspondence; memoranda; reports; published and unpublished writings; minutes; class notes, including notes from courses taught at the University of Chicago by Ernest Burgess, Robert Park, William Ogburn, Fay-Cooper Cole, and Ellsworth Faris; papers by Hauser's students; material relating to conferences and professional organizations; speeches; biographical material; photographs; and letters of recommendation. Papers document Hauser's career as sociologist, demographer, government statistician, and professor. Subjects cover the development of sociological and demographic research and training; collection and interpretation of census and vital statistics; and population studies on local, national, and international levels, especially Southeast Asia. Contains minutes and other records of the University of Chicago Social Science Research Committee, 1948-1951. Other organizations represented include the United Nations and the Census Bureau11ocn052250109mix1.00Burgess, E. WPapersContains correspondence; manuscripts of articles and books; minutes; reports; memoranda; research material that includes proposals, case studies, questionnaires, tables, and interviews; teaching and course materials, class record books; letters of recommendation; bibliographies; student papers; offprints; and maps and charts. Includes material relating to professional organizations with which Burgess was associated: the American Sociological Society (1916-1952), Behavior Research Fund (1930-1948), Chicago Census (1920-1956), Chicago Area Project (1936-1952), Chicago Crime Commission (1927-1951), Chicago Relief Administration (1921-1936), Committee of Fifteen (1926-1940), Illinois Association for Criminal Justice, Local Community Research Committee (1920-1930), Social Science Research Council (1928-1951), Society for Social Research (1924-1948), White House Conference on Child Health and Protection (1928-1960), and others. Also includes some files relating to the University of Chicago Department of Sociology (1923-1953) and the Division of the Social Sciences. Topics reflect Burgess' interest in urban sociology, family and marriage, crime and delinquency, parole, census work, and gerontology as well as research methods such as statistical predictors, factor analysis, case studies, and the use of personal documents. Also contains research projects on the Protestant church and the effects of radio on the development of children+-+4176021775324+-+4176021775324Thu Oct 16 15:33:33 EDT 2014batch32460