Milton Rokeach papers, 1944-1981. (Archival material, 1944) [WorldCat.org]
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Milton Rokeach papers, 1944-1981.

Author: Milton Rokeach
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Milton Rokeach papers contain voluminous professional correspondence, including pre and post publication correspondence about Rokeach's books "The Open and Closed Mind", "The Three Christs of Ypsilanti", and "Beliefs, Attitudes, and Values." There are numerous requests for reprints and for permission to use the Dogmatism Scale developed by Rokeach. There is also much correspondence regarding invitations to speak  Read more...
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Named Person: Milton Rokeach; Chester A Insko; Ronald A Hoppe; H J Eysenck; David McLellan; S B Sells; June Louin Tapp; Leo Srole; Abraham H Maslow; Alice Hendrickson Eagly; Gordon Stanley; Bernard Spilka; Kenyon B De Greene; Kenyon B De Greene; Alice Hendrickson Eagly; H J Eysenck; Ronald A Hoppe; Chester A Insko; Abraham H Maslow; David McLellan; Milton Rokeach; S B Sells; Bernard Spilka; Leo Srole; Gordon Stanley; June Louin Tapp
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Milton Rokeach
OCLC Number: 58722911
Language Note: Text in English.
Description: 21.5 linear feet.

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The Milton Rokeach papers contain voluminous professional correspondence, including pre and post publication correspondence about Rokeach's books "The Open and Closed Mind", "The Three Christs of Ypsilanti", and "Beliefs, Attitudes, and Values." There are numerous requests for reprints and for permission to use the Dogmatism Scale developed by Rokeach. There is also much correspondence regarding invitations to speak to various universities and groups, as well as departmental correspondence within the department of psychology at Michigan State University. A considerable amount of correspondence regarding the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI), of which Rokeach was president for 1965-1966, is also included. The collection also contains scores, data compilation, and graphs for Rokeach's "Study of Rigidity" (1947). There is correspondence from 1967 regarding contributers to a volume titled "The Legitimization of Evil", the publication of which was sponsored by SPSSI. Biographical information regarding Else Frankel Brunswik and Rokeach's role in her memorial service is included. There are some materials regarding Rokeach's research of the impact of the television program "All in the Family" and the character Archie Bunker conducted in 1972-1975. General topics appearing in the collection include: narrow-mindedness, prejudice, rigidity, and dogmatism.

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