The values of social science. Edited by Norman K. Denzin.


[Chicago] Aldine Pub. Co. [1970] .

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Subjects Social sciences -- Research -- United States.
Description 194 p. 21 cm.
Notes "The essays ... originally appeared in Trans-action magazine."
Contents Introduction, by N. K. Denzin.--Intellectual strategies and research tactics, by R. W. Mack.--The convict as researcher, by H. Toch.--The problem of ethnic identity, by N. R. Crumrine.--A computerized view of the world, by R. W. Mack and D. C. McElrath.--Creating a world for research, by D. L. Meier and C. H. Bradford.--Deception in social research, by H. C. Kelman.--Black sociology, by I. L. Horowitz.--Where sociologists have failed, by H. Gans.--Evaluating social action programs, by P. H. Rossi.--Social action on the installment plan, by M. S. Rein and S. M. Miller.--The politics of information, by M. M. Webber.--Black families and the White House, by L. Rainwater and W. L. Yancey.--The life and death of Project Camelot, by I. L. Horowitz.--The need for a national social science foundation, by F. R. Harris.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00099123
(OCoLC)99123
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