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Marion Pearsall Collection (University of Kentucky), circa 1910-1984, 1910

Part of Marion Pearsall Collection (University of Kentucky), circa 1910-1984

kukuarp1985UA020Guide to the Marion Pearsall Collection, circa 1910-1984 (University of Kentucky. University Libraries. Director's Office.)Processed by Eric Weig; Machine-readable finding aid created by Eric Weig.Special CollectionsUniversity of KentuckyMargaret I. King LibraryLexington, Kentucky40506-0039 USAPhone: (859) 257-8611Fax: (859) 257-6311Email: sclref@lsv.uky.eduURL: http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=298&llib_id=13 Copyright 2003University of Kentucky Libraries. All rights reserved. Machine-readable finding aid derived from folder labels by rekeying. Date of source: March 2001 Processed by Eric Weig, March 2001; Finding aid encoded by Eric Weig, Special Collections, University of Kentucky Libraries, March 2001. Description is inEnglish. Guide to the Marion Pearsall Collection, circa 1910-1984 Contact InformationSpecial CollectionsUniversity Archives and Records ProgramUniversity of KentuckyMargaret I. King LibraryLexington, Kentucky40506-0039Phone: (859) 257-8611Fax: (859) 257-6311Email: sclref@lsv.uky.eduURL: http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=298&llib_id=13 Processed by Graduate Student Assistants Beth Morgan and David McKee, and Acquisition and Access Archivist, Nancy DeMarcusDate Completed May 2003Encoded by Eric Weig Copyright 2003 University of Kentucky. All rights reserved. Marion Pearsall Collection (University of Kentucky), circa 1910-19841985UA020Pearsall, Marion, 1923 - 1984 26 Boxes, 25.35 cubic feet The materials are in English.University of Kentucky. University Archives and Records ProgramLexington, KY 40506-0039 This collection is comprised of paper materials, some of which were created and maintained in the course of University business and others were donated to the University Archives and Records Program. It is open for research in accordance with the Kentucky Open Records Act (KRS 61.870-884). This collection is comprised of paper materials created and maintained in the course of university business. The University of Kentucky holds the copyright for materials created in the course of business by University of Kentucky employees. Copyright for all other materials has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. [Identification of item], Marion Pearsall Collection, circa 1929 - 1984, 1985ua020, University of Kentucky Libraries, Special Collections & Archives, University Archives and Records Program. Marion Pearsall was born in Brooklyn, New York, on April 27, 1923. Although not much is known of her childhood, her academic record begins with her graduation from Hamilton High School in Hamilton, New York, in 1940. She received her A. B. from the University of New Mexico in 1944, and in 1950 took a Ph. D. in Anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley. That same year she accepted a position as Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Arkansas. In 1951, as a Fellow with the Rhodes-Livingston Institute, she spent time in then British Central Africa, studying the Tonga tribe of northern Nyasaland (now Malawi). After returning to the states she accepted a position in 1952 with the Anthropology Department at the University of Alabama, where she remained until 1956. An active researcher and prolific writer, Pearsall had by this time published several articles and books on a variety of subjects and had begun to establish herself as an authority on the rural South and on the problems and potential of developing health care systems in the United States, both on the local and national levels. From 1956-58 she worked at Boston University as a Social Science Resident, working with several of the city hospitals and researching nursing supervision and outpatient care. In 1958 she took a position as Associate Professor of Sociology with the University of Kentucky, and became a full professor in the behavioral science department (through the College of Medicine) in 1964. In addition to teaching, researching, and publishing, Pearsall maintained an active involvement with the professional anthropology community. She was editor of the journal Human Organization from 1966 to 1971. In 1973 and 1974 she served as president of the Society of Medical Anthropology. She was instrumental in the establishment of a Lexington health maintenance organization, the Hunter Foundation for Health Care, and served as the foundation's chairman from 1977 to 1978. She was a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Sociological Association, and the Rural Sociological Society. She was also a fellow of the Society for Applied Anthropology, the Royal Anthropology Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, and the American Anthropological Association. Pearsall was a consultant to several national health and scientific organizations such as the National Institute of Mental Health, the Veterans Administration, the National Academy of Science, the National Science Foundation, and the Frontier Nursing Service. Of particular interest among her writings and research is the extensive survey of health care quality, availability and delivery in the Appalachian region, particularly southeast Kentucky, in Leslie County. In 1971 she traveled to New Zealand and Australia, by way of Tahiti and Western Samoa. During the trip (a vacation, but one in which she could apply her anthropological interest) she kept a journal, which she titled "Down Under." It shows the ease, humor and detail of her writing style and offers fascinating insight into the social culture of these countries.She remained with the University of Kentucky until her retirement in 1983 and, after a battle with cancer, she died June 15, 1984. This collection consists almost entirely of printed (both journal and newspaper articles), typed, and handwritten paper materials and a small assortment of postcards and letters, formerly belonging to Marion Pearsall, a University of Kentucky Professor of Anthropology, Sociology and Behavioral Science 1958 to 1983. Her teaching and research concentration was in rural sociology and technological development, primarily from the perspective of the health care and health delivery industry.The collection is divided, topically, into six major series and thereafter each series is arranged alphabetically by topic. The series are: Anthropology; Appalachia; Health Issues; Personal; Teaching; and Various / Miscellaneous. In general, the topics cover many specific areas of Dr. Pearsall's work and research and are too varied to be arranged into broad sub-series categories. Hence, these topics are arranged alphabetically within each of the six major series, and the folder name serves as the sub-series heading, usually keeping Dr. Pearsall's own categorization. Although considerable care was taken to arrange Dr. Pearsall's files in as logical and consistent manner as possible, some overlap among the series might occur. Due to the cross-disciplined nature of the research, Dr. Pearsall often kept copies of work in several files, which, might now appear in more than one series (e.g., certain medical anthropology files might appear in the general Anthropology series and the Health Issues series or in just one or the other). Topics are combined and individual materials are included within another existing folder or folders, where appropriate. The database is keyword searchable.The date span of the collection is 1910 - 1984, though the majority of the material are within the dates of Pearsall's association with the University, which is 1958-83. The specific dates outside of this general range are as follows: One each of items dated 1910, 1912, 1914, 1921, 1925, and 1935; two each dated 1917, 1924, 1930, and 1931; three dated 1934. All others are dated post-1936. Parenthetical dates are placed directly at the end of the reference to the item and items not dated are marked "n.d." Uncertain dates are enclosed in brackets (e. g., [1950]).The collection is filed in 25 cubic-foot boxes and one .35 cubic-foot, letter-sized document case, and contains a total of 622 folders. Folders are numbered consecutively through the collection, rather than box by box. Five folders are not in number sequence, but these folders are alphabetically placed in the appropriate series and box. These are folders 2-618, 2-619, 13-620, 1-621, and 9-622.Container ListAnthropology11-1Articles: Tribalism, Traditionalism, and Modernism in Chagga Local Government; The Mother's Brother in South Africa (1924); Double Descent (1940); The Nuer (1940); The Logic of African Science and Witchcraft: an Appreciation of Evans-Pritchard's 'Witchcraft Oracles and Magic Among the Azande' of the Sudan (1944); The Social Function of Witchcraft (1947); The Contribution of Afroamerican Studies to Africanist Research (1948); The Perception of History in a Plural Society (1951); Some Principles of Exchange and Investment among the Tiv (1955); The Predicament of the Modern African Chief: an Instance from Uganda (1955); Extra-Processual Events in Tiv Political Institutions (1958); The Dual Function of the 'Little People' of the Forest in the Lives of the Wolof (1958); Primitive Kinship (1959); The Rise of a Zulu Empire (1960); The Segmentary Lineage: an Organization of Predatory Expansion (1961); Shakespeare n the Bush (1966); The Talking Drums of Africa (1971); Distributional Variations of Bride-Wealth in the East African Cattle Area (1947); Mining Activities in Tanganyika (1951); Witch Beliefs and Social Structure (1951); Organization of Research in Africa (1952); Witchcraft in Four African Societies: an Essay in Comparison (1952); The Nuer Conception of Spirit in Its Relation to the Social Order (1953); Rural Communications Behavior and Attitudes in the Middle East (1953); Government and Anthropology in British Central Africa (1953) [2 copies]; An Egyptian Experiment in Functional Education (1953); Nyakyusa Ritual and Symbolism (1954); Wildlife Husbandry in Africa (1960); Water under the Sahara (1966), 1940 - 196611-2Articles: The Issues at Stake: Nigeria 1967 (1967); Subsistence Herding n Uganda (1969); Symbols in African Ritual (1973); Sister-Exchange Marriage (1975); The Spread of the Bantu Language (1977) Publication: The American Behavioral Scientist - v.5, no.8, April 1962 (complete issue) Papers: Through Africa on the Wrong Side of the Road (Pearsall); Problems Encountered in the Planning and Development of an Educational Program in an Underdeveloped Country (Ethiopia) [1964] Research Notes (9 sets), 1967 - 197711-3Articles: The Social Implications of Industrialization and Technological Change - Concluding Comments; Applied Physical Anthropology (1952); Society and Science (1964); Human Organization - The Growth and Development of a Professional Journal (1966); Human Organization - a Three-Year Review (1967-69) [1970]; Modernization and Anthropology (1971); Surnames in the Study of Human Biology (1980) Bibliographies: Department of Anthropology, UK - a Selected Bibliography of Applied Anthropology; miscellaneous Editorials: Prospect and Retrospect; Editorial Statement, Applied Anthropology, October-December 1941, vol. 1, no.1; How Fare Have We Come? (Human Organization, v. 15, no. 2, 1956); Twenty Years of Applied Anthropology (Human Organization, v. 20, no. 1, 1961); Five-Year Report (Human Organization, vol. 20, no. 2, 1961) Notes, Lecture / Seminar: Lecture 8 - Applied Anthropology, General Developmental Change Seminar - October 10, 1963; October 17, 1963; October 24, 1963; February 20, 1964 Applied Anthropology Seminar - Anthropology 725 - Winter, 1977, 1952 - 198011-4Notes, Pearsall: Human Nature and Developmental Change (26 pp.); Applied Anthropology (10 pp.); Noting Behaviors Exhibited in Semi-Public Setting (2 pp.); Anthropology 770 - Pro-Seminar (9 / 23 / 66) [4 pp.]; Psychiatry Journal Club - February 20, 1967 - Contributions from Related Fields - Anthropology (3 pp.); Proseminar -Nov. 12, 1968 - Applied Anthropology (10 pp.); Anthropology 605 - Method and Theory, Spring 1976 (5 pp. plus 2 p. bib); 3 bib cards Papers: Anthropological App(ra)isal Research; Kinds of Applied Anthropology; Man's Nature and Developmental Change Other: Newsletter of the American Anthropological Association - v.11, no. 10, December 1970; Statement of Ethics of the Society for Applied Anthropology (1963-1964); Table - Recommendations Ranked in Terms of Number of Appearances; Style Guide and Information for Authors, prepared by the editorial board of American Anthropologist, 1966 - 197611-5Articles: Functions and Pathology of Status Systems in Formal Organizations (1946); The social Structure of the Restaurant (1949); Two Approaches to Organizational Analysis - a Critique and a Suggestion (1960); Understanding the Social Responsibility Puzzle - What Does the Businessman Owe to Society? (1967); On the Effectiveness of Research and Development Organizations (1968); Evolving Models of Organizational Behavior (1968); Attitudes Toward the Legitimacy of Management Efforts to Influence Employees (1968) Paper: The Change Process in Organizations - an Applied Anthropology Analysis Research Notes (6 sets), 1946 - 196811-6Articles: Anthropology in 1970 (1971); Putting Sociologists to Work (1973); Changing Styles of Anthropological Work (1973); Are Scientists Obsolete? (1974); A New Grantsmanship (1975); Some Proposed Criteria for Behavioral Scientists Working in Medical Settings (1976); A Look at Academic Anthropology - Through a Graph Darkly (1976); Anthropologists and Development Agencies (1977); Anthropology and the Coming Crisis (1977); Sociologists in Extension (1977); Contract Archeology - New Source of Support Brings New Problems (1977); The Jobs of Applied Anthropologists (1978); Training Programmes in Applied Anthropology in the U.S.A. (1981) Pamphlets / Booklets: Training Programs for New Opportunities in Applied Anthropology - a Symposium Sponsored by the Society for Applied Anthropology, Boston, March 1974; Employment Outlook for Anthropologists, Economists, Geographers, Historians, Political Scientists, Sociologists - United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1976 - Bulletin 1875-113, 1971 - 198111-7Papers: Anthropology as Study and as Career [1965]; Changing the Requirements in Anthropological Education [1973]; Cultural Anthropology Review: Roles for Sociologists in Service Organizations, by James E. Trela and Richard O'Toole - Jeanne Nolan (1976) Other: Bibliographic note card (1); Anthropology Newsletter - miscellaneous pages (date span 1974-1978) [Newsletter 4, vol. 16, no. 8 has 2 copies of The Society of Professional Anthropologists (SOPA) Newsletter - July 1976 and October 1976] Society of Professional Anthropologists Newsletter - May 7, 1976; Anthropology Resource Center (ARC) - 1 letter advocating financial support of the center; 2 photocopied articles concerning Native American land loss, and energy development causing depletion of tribal life; 1 pamphlet, ARC Programs and Publications (1979); The Southern Anthropologist, October 1979 - pp. 4 and 5 - "A Look at Applied Anthropology Programs in the South" Announcement - Internship Programs of Interest to Anthropologists; Activities of Medical Anthropologists at U.K. in Health Field / Proposed Questions for Applied Medical Anthropologists Survey (handwritten); New Graduate Program in Medical Anthropology - Georgia State University Memo - to Drs. Abbott, Barger, Biggerstaff, Hochstrasser, Pearsall, Willigen, Wiese, Carol Bryant, Ron Rosenstiel, concerning a meeting "Broadening Opportunities Seen for Non-Academic Anthropologists (2 copies, 1978), [1965] - 197911-8Articles: Franz Boas and Some of his Views (1943); Elsie Clews Parsons (1943); The Development of Ethnological Theory as Illustrated by Studies of the Plains Sun Dance (1944); Some Eighteenth-Century Evolutionists (1950); Herodotus on Biology (1953); Contemporary Trends in British Social Anthropology (1955); Alfred Russel Wallace (1959); The Feet of the Natives are Large - an Essay on Anthropology by an Economist (1962); Profiles - It's All Anthropology (1961); On Studying the History of Anthropology (1962); Some Field Notes on the Power Structure of the American Anthropological Association (1964); Letter from the Editor (1966); Human Organization - the Growth and Development of a Professional Journal (1966); Comments on "The Renaissance Foundations of Anthropology" (1966); Applied Anthropology in Greenland in the 1860's - H.J. Rink's Administration and View of Culture (1966 / 67); Human Organization - a Three-Year Review (1967-69); Race and the Concept of Progress in Nineteenth Century American Ethnology (1971); Southern Vintage Sociology (1974); Memorial to Ronald L. Olson, 1895-1979 (1980) Paper: Contrasts Between Anthropologists and Sociologists at Annual Conventions (1967) Research Notes (2 sets) 2 Newsletters: Newsletter of the American Anthropological Association - vol. 11, no. 10, December 1970 The Southern Anthropologists - vol. 3, no. 2, November 1973 Other: By-Laws of the Southern Anthropological Society, Inc.; Statement on Ethics of the Society for Applied Anthropology (1963-64); American Anthropology, the Early Years - 1974 Proceedings of the American Ethnological Society (1976), 1943 - 198011-9Articles: Fundamental Cultural Postulates and Judicial Lawmaking in Pakistan; Ethical Expression in a Burmese Jataka; Culture Change Among the Nilgiri Tribes (1941); Peasantry and Gentry: an Interpretation of Chinese Social Structure and its Changes (1946); Notes on the Japanese Kinship System (1950); The Steppes of Mongolia and the Characteristics of Steppe Nomadism (1951); The Process of Absorption of New Immigrants in Israel (1952); The Arabian Matriarchate: an Old Controversy (1952); The Ceylonese Village and the New Value System (1952); Primary and Secondary Contacts in a Ceylonese Peasant Community (1952); Village Society and rural Organization in Bali (1953); The Pattern of Korean Urban Growth (1954); Food and Nutrition in the People's Republic of China (n.d.), 1941 - 195411-10Articles: Disorganization and Social Change in Rural Indonesia (1954); The Sacred Cow in India (1955); The Agricultural Systems of Ceylon (1955); Futomi: a Case Study of the Socio-Economic Adjustments of a Marginal Community in Japan (1955); Ecologic Relationships of Ethnic Groups in Swat, North Pakistan (1956); Outlook for the Land Reform in Japan (1956); Caste and the Jajmani System in a North Indian Village (1956); Ritual and Social Change: a Javanese Example (1957); The Hindu Jajmani System: a Case of Economic Particularism (1958); The Structure of Parallel Cousin Marriage (1959); Form and Variation in Balinese Village Structure (1959); The Land Use Pattern of Migratory Tribes of South Persia (1959-1960); The Social Structure of a Mysore Village (1960); Castes, Outcastes, and the Sociology of Stratification (1960); Caste in India and the United States (1960); The Micro-Demography of Marriages in a North Indian Area (1960); A Further Note on Village Exogamy in North India (1961), 1954 - 196111-11Articles: Formal Organization and Promotion in a Pre-Industrial Society (1961); The Innovative Potential of American-Educated Japanese (1962-1963); Introduction: Process and structure in South Asian Religion (1964); A Rural 'Man in the Middle': the Indian Village Level Worker in Community Development (1965); Chinese Aggression - Myth or Menace? (1965); Social Sciences in Communist China (1966); Discussion: Fatalism in Asia (1966); Emergence of Semi-Urban Pockets in Rural Areas (1967); Status-Seeking in Indian Villages (1968); The Ideology of Medical Revivalism in Modern China (1968); Author's preface from Americans and Chinese: Passages to Differences (1970); Chinese Medical Practice and the Thoughts of Chairman Mao (1970); The Chinese Language (1973); China's Artful Courtship (1975); Chinese Earthquakes: the Maoist Approach to Seismology (1976); In Search of China's Beginnings: New Light on an Old Civilization (1981) Papers: The Family, Kinship and the Rural Community in Japan: Principle of Oya-Ko (Parents-Children) Relationship and Rural Social Structure (1976) Research Notes (5 sets) Map: The Peoples of China (1980) Miscellaneous: Newsletter - v.18, no.4, pp.4-6; Book Reviews (2), 1961 - 198111-12Three Pakistan Villages (1958) The American Behavioral Scientist - v.5, no.10, June 1962 (complete issue), 1958 - 196211-13Articles: Operant Conditioning in a Vietnamese Mental Hospital (1967); Computers in Behavioral Science - Diagnostic Interviewing by Digital Computer (1967); 5 to 10" of Omaha Pupils Given Drugs to Improve Behavior (1970); The Right to Psychiatric Treatment - a Social-Legal Approach to the Plight of the State Hospital Patient (1972); The End of Ideology in Behavior Modification (1972); Informed Consent - When Can It Be (1972); Ethical and Philosophical Issues of Behavior Control (1972); The Skinnerian Revolution (1973); The Right to Refuse Psychoactive Drugs (1973); Amphetamine Quotas and Medical Freedom (1973); Psychosurgery - Legitimate Therapy or Laundered Lobotomy? (1973); In Matters Mental or Emotional, What's Normal? (1973); National Patterns of Psychotherapeutic Drug Use (1973); Skinner Redux (1973); Amphetamines in the Treatment of Hyperkinetic Children (1973); Brain Surgery in Aggressive Epileptics - Social and Ethical Implications (1973) [2 copies]; On the Borders of Persuasion - a Psychoanalytic Look at Coercion (1974); The Psychiatrist as Double Agent (1974); Psychosurgery - National Commission Issues Surprisingly Favorable Report (1976) Papers: Artificial Pleasure Enhancement - a Survey in Biomedical Ethics (1980); The Detroit Psychosurgery Case; The Problems of Psychosurgery; Surgical Management of Aggressive and Violent Behavior, 1967 - 198011-14Articles: Suicide (1954); Death of a Patient During Psychotherapy (1960); On Death and Death Symbolism: The Hiroshima Disaster (1964); No Name-A Study of Anonymous Suicidal Telephone Calls (1965); The Death of a President: Reactions of Psychoanalytic Patients (1965); Death and Social Structure (1966); Physicians Consider Death (1967); Intimations of Mortality (1968); Thoughts on Life and Death (1968); A High Incidence of Suicide in a Preliterate-Primitive Society (1969); Suicide and Anonymity (1969); The Forgotten Subculture (1971); Between the Nipple and the Everlasting Arms (1971); Dying in Academe (1972); Brain Death: Welcome Definition or Dangerous Judgment? (1972); The Sacral Power of Death in Contemporary Experience (2 copies, 1972); Talk or Terminal Care? (1974); On Accepting Death (1975); Hospices: For the Dying, Relief from Pain and Fear (1976); Survival, Hospitalization Charges and Follow-Up Results in Critically Ill Patients (1976, copy also filed under Euthanasia and Prolongation of Life); Care for the Dying (1976); Dying at Home (1977); Finding a Home for Hospice Care in the United States (1977); Managing Death (1980), 1954 - 198011-15Articles: The Sanctity of Life (1966); The Uniform Anatomical Gift Act: A Model for Reform (1968, copy also filed under Tissue and Organ Transplant); Death and the Physician (1969); When, Why, and Where People Die (1970); The Sacral Power of Death in Contemporary Experience (1972, copy also filed in Folder 1); Notes of a Dying Professor (2 copies, 1972); Choosing Not to Prolong Dying (1972, copy also filed under Euthanasia and Prolongation of Life, Folder 1); A Statutory Definition of the Standards for Determining Human Death: An Appraisal and a Proposal (2 copies, 1972); The Syndrome of Ordinary Grief (1973); Mongolism, Parental Desires, and the Right to Life (1973); The Dying Person: His Plight and His Right (1973, copy also filed under Euthanasia and Prolongation of Life, Folder 1); The Adolescent Patient's Decision to Die (1973); The Syndrome of Ordinary Grief (1973); On Letting Some Babies Die (1974); To Save or Let Die (2 copies, 1974); A Consideration of Death and a Sociological Perspective in the Quality of the Dying Patient's Care (1974); Medical Intervention: Is It Ever Reasonable to Decide on Death? (1975); Critical Issues in Newborn Intensive Care: A Conference Report and Policy Proposal (1975); The Whole-Brain-Oriented Concept of Death: An Outmoded Philosophical Formulation (1975); Personal Directions for Care at the End of Life (1976); Terminating Life Support: Out of the Closet! (1976); Brain Death: I. A Status Report of Medical and Ethical Considerations, Brain Death: II. A Status Report of Legal Considerations (2 copies, 1977), 1966 - 197711-16Judges at the Bedside: The Case of Joseph Saikewicz (1978); The Saikewicz Decision: Judges as Physicians (1978); The Saikewicz Decision (series of letters to the editors of Boston area newspapers and printed in the New England Journal of Medicine, 1978); Law-Medicine Notes - The Saikewicz Decision (1978); The Other Side of Death (1978); Near-Death Experiences: Relevance to the Question of Survival After Death (1979); Withholding Medical Treatment (1979); Guidelines for Deciding Care of Critically Ill or Dying Patients (1979); On Death, Dying, and Terminality: Today, Yesterday, and Tomorrow (1979); Clinical Decisions to Limit Treatment (1980); Family Wishes and Patient Autonomy (1980); 'The Rigid Embrace of the Narrow House': Premature Burial and the Signs of Death (1980); Home Care for Dying Children (1980); Review of Celebrations of Death: The Anthropology of Mortuary Ritual, by Huntington and Metcalf (reviewed by Robert B. Pettit, 1981); 'She Has Already Been Taken From Us' (n.d.); Assessing the Views of the Dying (n.d.) Other: Prolongation of Life (Pope Pius XII, 1958, also filed under Euthanasia and Prolongation of Life, Folder 2); Draft Legislation on Euthanasia and Refusal of Treatment, includes bills in West Virginia, Florida, and Idaho (1969 and 1972, also filed under Euthanasia and Prolongation of Life, Folder 2); a blank 'Survey of Death Practices' (n.d.); Drug Control of Common Symptoms (edited by Dr. Mary Baines of the doctors of St. Christopher's Hospice, n.d.), 1978 - 198111-17Articles: A Definition of Irreversible Coma (1968); On Updating Procedures for Stating That a Man Has Died (1970); Against the Stream: Comments on the Definition and Redefinitions of Death (1974); Death: Process or Event?, Death as an Event: A Commentary on Robert Morrison (1971); The Kansas Statute on Death: An Appraisal, The Kansas Death Statute: Bold and Innovative (1971); Refinements in Criteria for the Determination of Death: An Appraisal (2 copies, 1972); Brain Death: Welcome Definition or Dangerous Judgment? (1972, copy also filed under Death and Dying: Beliefs, Attitudes, and Cultural Norms, Folder 1); A Statutory Definition of the Standards for Determining Human Death: An Appraisal and a Proposal (copy also filed under Death and Dying: Beliefs, Attitudes, and Cultural Norms, Folder 2); Death: Its Conceptual Elusiveness (1972); Determining Death: Do We Need a Statute? (1973); Death in Context, The Purpose of Death: A Reply to Professor Dworkin (1973); The Concept of Brain Death as Viewed by a Neurologist (n.d.); The Paradoxical Preservation of a Principle (n.d.), 1968 - 197311-621Paper: Disaster and Aftermath - Selected Aspects of Individual and Group Behavior in Critical Situations (1957), 195711-18Contains 2 incomplete issues of Scientific American: vol. 29, no. 3, September 1963; vol. 243, no. 3, September 1980 Articles: Economic Development, Research and Development, Policy Making: Some Converging Views (1962); The Job Problem (1977), 1963 - 198011-19Articles: Human Energy Production as a Process in the Biosphere (1970); Energy and Power (1971); The Energy Resources of the Earth (1971); The Flow of Energy in a Hunting Society (1971); The Flow of Energy in an Agricultural Society (1971); The Flow of Energy in an Industrial Society (1971); The Conversion of Energy (1971); The Economic Geography of Energy (1971); Decision-Making in the Production of Power (1971); Efficiency of Energy Use in the United States (1973); Energy Conservation (1973); Energy - the Muddle at the Top (1973); Energy Policy in the United States (1974); U.S. Energy Resources - Limits and Future Outlook (1974); Energy, Manpower, and the Highway Trust Fund (1974); Energy Conservation and the Consumer (1975); Energy - Plan to Use Peat as Fuel Stirs Concern in Minnesota (1975); The Necessity of Fission Power (1976); Solar Heating and Cooling (1976); Renewable Resources for the Production of Fuels and Chemicals (1976); Limits to Exploitation of Nonrenewable Resources (1976: Materials for Advanced Energy Technologies (1976); Forest Resources - an Overview (1976); Transportation Energy Conservation Policies (1976); Net Energy Analysis - an Economic Assessment (1976); Residential Energy Use Alternatives - 1976 to 2000 (1976); An Interim Look at Energy (1978); World Oil Production (1978); Cotton versus Polyester (1978); Energy Resources Available to the United States, 1985 to 2000 (1979); World Coal Production (1979); Forests in the Long Sweep of American History (1979) Other: pamphlet, Energy Resource Development in the Western States; Science, Vol. 184, No. 4134, 19 April 1974 - complete issue, 1970 - 197911-20Articles: Man-Made Climatic Changes (1970); International Environmental Problems - a Taxonomy (1971); The Melancholy Addiction (1971); The Sulfur Cycle (1972); Israel - Pollution Problems Rife, but Other Issues Take Priority (1972); The Cratering of Indochina (1972); Stream Channelization - Conflict between Ditchers, Conservationists (1973); The Control of the Water Cycle (1973); Methylmercury Poisoning in Iraq (1973); The Economics of Overexploitation (1973); Sahelian Drought - No Victory for Western Aid (1974); The Effects of Light on the Human Body (1975); The Deterioration of Mountain Environments (1975); Technical Assistance and Foreign Policy (1975); Tensions Between Materials and Environmental Quality (1976); Tapping Resources in Municipal Solid Waste (1976); An Expanded Approach to the Problem of Disappearing Species (1976); Operating a Major Electric Utility Today (1978) Other: pamphlet, Ecology and International Assistance (1968), 1970 - 197812-618Articles: Race and Ethnicity: Essays in Comparative Sociology (1970); The Structure of Intergroup Perception: Categories and Dimensions in Views of Ethnic Groups and Adjectives Used in Stereotype Research (1973) Other: 2 bibliographies entitled "Italian Peasantry" and "Peasant Society"; copy of the Race Relations Law Index, 1973-74-A Listing of Federal Court Decisions Involving Race (1975), 1970 - 197522-21Articles: The African Origins of the American Negro and His Ethnic Composition (1944); Race Differences in Hypertension Mortality Trends (1965); Negroes in the New World: Anthropologists Look at Afro-Americans (1968); Toward an Ethnography of Black American Speech Behavior (1969); Africa and the Afro-American-the Changing Negro Identity (1969); A Mental Health Center's Response to Racial Crisis in an Urban High School (1969); The Confrontation of Diversity within the Black Community (1970); A Public Argument in an Afro-American Urban Locale (1973); Voodoo in the General Hospital - a Case of Hexing and Regional Enteritis (1975); The Langner Items and Acquiescence (1976); Sorcerers, Saints and Charlatans - Black Folk Healers in Urban America (1978); Chapters: The Black Family Experience and Health Behavior - Chapter 9, Health and the Family: a Medical-Sociological Analysis (1971); The Matrifocal Family in the Black Ghetto: Sign of Pathology or Pattern of Survival - Chapter 3, Health and the Family: a Medical-Sociological Analysis Papers: The Ethical Problems of Providing Medical Care to a Minority Group Other: The Dove Counterbalance Intelligence Test; Soul Folk Chitlin' Test (the Dove Counterbalance Intelligence Test); book reviews (3), 1944 - 197822-28Articles: The Impact of Dual-Cultural Membership on Identity; Culture and Symptoms - an Analysis of Patients' Presenting Complaints; Ethnic Identity - Cultural Continuities and Change; The Mental Health of the Hutterites (1953); A Study of Values (1956); Achievement, Culture and Personality: the Case of the Japanese Americans (1956); Folk and Scientific Medicine in Amish Society (1963-64); Incidence of Coronary Heart Disease by Ethnic Group, Social Class, and Sex (1971); Demographic Correlates of Group Achievement: Contrasting Patterns of Mexican-Americans and Japanese-Americans (1972); Red Man, Black Man and White America - the Constitutional Approach to Genocide (1973); Intraethnic Diversity: Health Care of the Chinese-Americans (1975); Cultural Problems in Psychiatric Therapy: Nine Years Later (1978); Ethnicity and Patterns of Help-Seeking (1978); Ethnicity and Folk Healing in Honolulu, Hawaii (1981), 1953 - 198122-29Bulletins of the Institute of Agricultural Medicine, State University of Iowa Bulletin Number One: Culture and Medical Behavior in a Bohemian Speech Community in Iowa (1958) Bulletin Number Two: Culture and Medical Behavior of the Old Order Amish of Johnson County, Iowa (1958) Selected Annotated Bibliography of Five of the Ethnic Groups in Hawaii Paper: A Folk Medical Belief System in the Rural South: Some Theoretical and Practical Considerations Research Notes (1 set), 195822-23Articles: Social Functions of Language in a Mexican-American Community (1947); Intra-Family Communication and Fertility Planning in Puerto Rico (1955); Rural Healthways in New Mexico (1960); Conceptions of Health and Disease Among Spanish-Americans (1961); The Mutual Images and Expectations of Anglo-Americans and Mexican-Americans (1961); The Concept of "Health" Among Spanish-Speaking Villagers of New Mexico and Colorado (1963); Communicating Health Arguments Across Cultures (1963); Mexican-American Teenagers' Judgment of Illness: a Case Study of the Use of the Semantic Differential (1969); La Raza: Mexican Americans in Rebellion (1969); The Death of Dolores (1969); A Chicano Self-Help Organization Meets the Establishment (1972); Fertility Patterns Within the Mexican-American Population (1973); Some Social and Attitudinal Correlates of Health Care Among Mexican Americans (1973); Alienation, Familism and the Utilization of Health Services by Mexican Americans (1975); Fertility and the "Pill" in a Texas Barrio (1975); The role of Applied Research in the Development of Health Services in a Chicano Community in Chicago (1975), 1947 - 197522-24Articles: Citizen Participation, Social Organization, and Culture: a Neighborhood Health Center for Chicanos (1977); Chicano Patients and Medical Practitioners: a Sociology of Knowledges Paradigm of Lay-Professional Interaction (1978); Hippocrates' Latin American Legacy: "Hot" and "Cold" in Contemporary Folk Medicine (1978); Traditionalism in a Modern Setting: a Comparison of Anglo- and Mexican-American Value Orientations (1979); The Effect of Inadequate Language Translation on Hispanics' Responses to Health Surveys (1980); Remedios Caseros: Mexican American Home Remedies and Community Health Problems (1981) Book Reviews (3), for: Twice a Minority: Mexican-American Women (1980); Culture Disease and Stress Among Latino Immigrants (1979); Acculturation: Theory, Models and Some New Findings (1980) Research Notes (2 sets), 1977 - 198122-22Articles: The Epidemiology of a Folk Illness: Susto in Hispanic America (1964); El Susto como Categoria Etiologica (1972); Propuesta de Criterio Antropologico para Una Sistematizacion de las Componentes "Teoricas" de la Medicina Popular, a Proposito de la Enfermedad del Susto (1974); Susto: the Anthropological Study of Diseases of Adaptation (1978); Variations Regarding Susto Causality among the Cakchiquel of Guatemala (1979); Espanto: a Dialogue with the Gods (1979); Three Cases of Folk Disorder among Mexican-Americans: Implications for the Study of Culture Change (1979), 1964 - 197922-25Articles: Group-Designed Behavior Patterns in Two Acculturating Groups (1946); The Confrontation of Diversity within the Black Community (1970); Intra-Cultural Diversity: Some Theoretical Issues (1975); The Dominant Ideology Thesis (1978); Methodological Problems in the Study of Intracultural Variation: the Hot / Cold Dichotomy in Tzintzuntzan (1979); Rethinking Subculture: an Interactionist Analysis (1979), 1946 - 197922-619Articles: Social Structure of a Contemporary Japanese-American Buddhist Church (1948); Co-opting the Oppressors: The Case of the Japanese-Americans (1970), 1948 - 197022-26Articles: Some Problems of the Physicians on the Navajo Reservation (2 copies); Patterns of Health and Disease Among the Navahos (2 copies); Apachean Culture History and Ethnology - White Mountain Apache Medical Decision-Making; The Case of Mary Grey-Eyes (1958); Tuberculosis Among the Navajo - Research in Cross-Cultural Technologic Development in Health (1959) [2 copies]; Introducing Modern Medicine in a Navajo Community (1960) [3 copies]; The Indian Health Worker in the Cornell-Navaho Project (1960); Untreated Congenital Hip Disease (1965); Health Care Experiment at Many Farms (1972); Traditional and Western Health Care Among the Zuni Indians of New Mexico (1980); Underdevelopment, Demographic Change, and Health Care on the Navajo Indian Reservation (1981) Chapters: A Case of a "Psychotic" Navaho Indian Male - Chapter 8, Sociological Studies of Health and Sickness (1980), 1958 - 198122-27Papers: Culture Change, Social Structure, and Use of Medical Care by Residents of the Mescalero Apache Reservation, New Mexico; Navaho Witchcraft - Navaho Witchcraft as Providing Culturally Defined Adaptive and Adjustive Responses; Medical Records in Cross Cultural Practice (1958); Maternal and Child Health Study (1960) Research Notes (3 sets), 1958 - 196022-30Articles: Clients' Resistance to Negative Findings and the Latent Conservative Function of Evaluation Studies (1971); Evaluating Federal Water Projects - a Critique of Proposed Standards (1973); Environmental Impact - Controlling the Overall Level (1973); The Role of Evaluation in Community Mental Health Programmes (1974); Social Indicators (1975); The State of the Art (1976); Curing and Caring - a Proposed Method for Self-Assessment in Primary Care Organizations (1976); Evaluation of Health Policies and Actions (1977); Environmental Impact Analysis (1978); Physician and Patient Assessment of Ambulatory Care in a University Facility (1978); The Mushrooming of Applied Sociology (1980); Innovation and Evaluation (1981); Variations in Medical Care among Small Areas (1982) Bibliographies: Applied Anthropology Mini-Bibliography I - Social Impact Assessment (one of a series); Suggested Readings on Evaluative Research Reviews Other: Health Indexes for Health Assessments, 1971 - 198222-31Contains a complete copy (with the exception of the last page and cover) of Scientific American - v. 239, no. 3, September 1978 Article: The Science-Textbook Controversies (1976), 1976 - 197822-32Articles: The Genetic Nature of Differences among Men (1950); Evolution as Viewed by One Geneticist (1952); The Application of Ecological Rules to the Racial Anthropology of the Aboriginal New World (1953); Human Heredity and its Modern Applications (1955); Some Problems of Human Variability and Natural Selection in Climate and Culture (1955); Heat, Cold and Clothing (1956); The Structural and Functional Dimensions of a Human Existence (1956); The Anthropology of Posture (1957); Race and Evolution (1957); Human Values in Relation to Evolution (1958); Evolution at Work (1958); Behavioral Evolution and the Emergence of the Self (1959); Man and Natural Selection (1961); Ecology and Anthropology - a Symposium (1962); The Evolution of the Hand (1962); Evolutionary and Population Genetics (1963); On the Origin and Evolution of Human Culture (1963); The Biological Nature of man (1966); Changing Man (1967); The Antiquity of Human Walking (1967); Major steps in Vertebrate Evolution (1967); The Size of Man (1968); Human Adaptation to High Altitude (1969); Human Biological Adaptability (1969); The Physiology of High Altitude (1970); Studying Human Chromosomes Today (1970); Some Interactions of Culture and Genetics (1970); Population Genetics and Human Origins (1972); The Human Nature of Human Nature (1972); The Nature of the Darwinian Revolution (1972); Regional Linguistic and Genetic Differences among Yanomama Indians (1974); Natural Selection and Demography (1976), 1950 - 197622-33Articles: Anticipation, Adaptation, and the Concept of Culture in Anthropology (1976); Evolution and Tinkering (1977); Darwin and Natural Selection (1977); Rational Preselection from Hamadryas to Homo Sapiens - the Place of Decisions in Adaptive Process (1978?); On the Thermodynamics of Evolution (1978); The Food-Sharing Behavior of Protohuman Hominids (1978); Genes that Violate Mendel's Rules (1979); Beyond Physical Anthropology (1979); The Neutral Theory of Molecular Evolution (1979); New Perspectives in Human Genetics and Evolution (1980); Evolution - a System of Theories (1980); Frontiers of the Biological Sciences (1980); On Being Headman (1980); Evolutionary Theory Under Fire (1980); The Origin of Man (1981); Is a New Evolutionary synthesis Necessary? (1981); Seeds of Change in Embryonic Development (1981); The Origin of Man - a Chromosomal Pictorial Legacy (1982); Darwinism and the Expansion of Evolutionary Theory (1982); How Did Humans Evolve Big Brains? (1982); Adaptation Can be a Problem for evolutionists (1982) Research Notes (1 set), 1976 - 198222-34Articles: The Standard of Living of Farm Families in Grayson County, Kentucky (1931); Characteristics of Families on Small Farms (1956); The Folk Village: A Comparative Analysis (1961) Papers: The Contradictions of a Kinship Community (1980) Research Notes (9 sets), 1956 - 198022-35Articles: The Genealogical Method of Anthropological Inquiry (1910); Informants (1940); The Focused Interview (1946); The Use of Panels in Social Research (1948); The Interaction Chronograph - Its Evolution and Present Application (1949); The Hypothetical Situation - a Technique of Field Research (1950); A Field Study of Interviewer Effects on the Quality of Survey Data (1951-1952); Interview Techniques and Field Relationships (1953); Social Anthropology and the Method of Controlled Comparison (1954); Some Functions of Qualitative Analysis in Social Research (1955); Problems in Participant Observation (1955); Tape Recorded Interviews in Social Research (1956); Participant Observation and Interviewing - a Comparison (1957); The Tandem Interview - a Trial of the Two-Interviewer Team (1957); Roles in Sociological Field Observations (1958); Influence of the Interviewer on the Accuracy of Survey Results (1958); Problems of Inference and Proof in Participant Observation (1958); Evidence and Inference in Social Research (1958); A Note on Phases of the Community Role of the Participant-Observer (1961); Some Methodological Problems of Field Studies (1962), 1940 - 196222-36Articles: The Observer-Observed Relationship as Information About Structure in Small-Group Research (1964); The Role of the Researcher in the Study of Social Conflict - a Theory of Protective Distortion of Response (1965); Discovery of Substantive Theory - a Basic Strategy Underlying Qualitative Research (1965); A Transactional Conception of Fieldwork (1968); Unleashing the Untrained - Some Observations on Student Ethnographers (1969); Graduate Education Anthropology - Conflicting Role Identity in Fieldwork (1974); Graduate Education in Anthropology - Conflicting Role Identity in Fieldwork (1974); Systematic Observation for National Health Service Corps Preceptorship, University of Kentucky 2 Papers: Experience with Observational Research (1963); The Natural History of a Research Project, French Canada (n.d.), 1964 - 197422-373 Bibliographies: Working Bibliography of Ethnographic Field Method and Related Topics (1952); Field Study Methods for Educational Researchers - a Bibliography (1972, 1974) Research Notes (6 sets), 1952 - 197422-38Articles: Food and Agriculture Organization Completes 15 Years (1960); Orthodox and Unorthodox Methods of Meeting World Food Needs (1967); A World Agricultural Plan (1970); Nutrition and New Food Technology (1973); Green Revolution - Creators Still Quite Hopeful on World Food (1974); Rice Breeding and World Food Production (1974); Weather Variability, Climatic Change, and Grain Production (1975); Bringing the Green Revolution to the Shifting Cultivator (1975); Our Newest Weapon - Food / American Agripower and the Future of a Hungry World (1976); Rural Africa - Modernization, Equity, and Long-Term Development (1981); The World Food Situation and Global Grain Prospects (1981); Agricultural Research and Third World Food Production (1982); Frontiers in Crop Production - Chemical Research Objectives (1982); Rice (1984) Book Chapter: Technological Change and Caloric Costs - Sisal Agriculture in Northeastern Brazil (from A Reader in Culture Change, v.2, 1975 [Brady and Isaac]) Other: Comment on nutrition (1974), 1960 - 198422-39Scientific American - September 1976; v.235, no.3 (incomplete issue) Science - May 9, 1975; v.188, no.4188 (incomplete issue), 1975 - 197622-40Articles: Ecology and History (1950); The Political Ecology of Alaska (1951); A New Synopsis of Agricultural History - a Review of Abel's Agrarpolitik (1952); Ecology and the Protohominids (1953); Geographic Influence of the Susquehanna Valley (1954); The Achievement and Early Consequences of Food-Production - a Consideration of the Archeological and Natural-Historical Evidence (1957); Man's Place in Living Nature (1957); Push to the Desert (1959); The Spread of an Artificial Landscape Over Southern California (1959); Cultural, Behavioral, and Ecological Perspectives in the Study of Social Organization (1959); Human Ecology During Pleistocene and Later Times in Africa South of the Sahara (1960); Neolithic Diffusion Rates (1961); Agriculture and Urban Life in Early Southwestern Iran (1962); The Mormon Culture Region - Strategies and Patterns in the Geography of the American West, 1847-1964 (1965); Adaptation as a frame of Reference (1969); Territoriality - a Neglected Sociological Dimension (1970); American Wests - Preface to a Geographical Interpretation (1972); Ecology and Population (1973); Pyrotechnology - Man's First Industrial Uses of Fire (1973), 1950 - 197322-41Articles: Ethology, Ecology, and Ethnological Realities (1974); Human Population and the Global Environment (1974); Factors Affecting Carrying Capacities of Nation-States (1976); Canals in America (1976); Symbiosis Between the Earth and Humankind (1976); Two Views of the Ecological Transition - a Symposium (1977); Environment, Culture, and Human Evolution (1977); Man, Energy, and Anthropology - I Can Feel the Heat, but Where's the Light? (1978); Ecology and Evolution in Cultural Anthropology (1980); Polynesian Prehistory - Cultural Adaptation in Island Ecosystems (1980); Colonization Lessons from a Tropical Forest (1981); Amazon Basin Soils - Management for Continuous Crop Production (1982); Extinction Leaves its Mark on Ecology (1982); The Significance of Food Storage among Hunter-Gatherers - Residence Patterns, Population Densities, and Social Inequalities (1982); An Ancient Harvest on the Nile (1982) Notes (2 sets), 1974 - 198222-42Articles: Language and Environment (1912); Language and Evolution (1959); Functions of Speech - an Evolutionary Approach (1961); On the Validity of Glottochronology (1962); Language as a Symbolic Process in Communication (1968); Culture, Language, and Society (1971); Verbal Communication (1972); Thought into Speech (1978); The Acquisition of Language (1978); The New Ethnography: Language as the Key to Culture (1978); The Bridge of Language (1981) Research Notes (1 set), 1959 - 198133-43Articles: Regionalism and Cultural Unity in Brazil (1948); Ecological Problems of Southeastern Brazil (1950); An Analysis of Ritual Co-Parenthood (Campadrazgo) (1950); Protestantism as a Factor of Culture Change in Brazil (1955); Types of Social Structure among the Lowland Tribes of South and Central America (1955); Indian-European Relations in Colonial Latin America (1955); Cultural Components of Central America (1956); Slash-and-Burn Agriculture: A Closer Look at its Implications for Settlement Patterns (1956); Internal Market Systems as Mechanisms of Social Articulation (1959); Primary Education in Brazil (1960); Changing Marriage Patterns in a Highland Guatemalan Community (1963); The Social and Behavioral Scientist in Latin American Assistance Programs (1964); Latin America: Underdevelopment or Revolution (1966); Social Participation as an Instrument for the Development and Formation of Society in Latin America (1968); Technological Change and Caloric Costs: Sisal Agriculture in Northeastern Brazil (1971); Latin America's Employment Problem (1971); The Cargo System and Economic Development in Puerto de las Piedras (1976) Journals: Alpha Kappa Deltan, A Sociological Journal - Special Issue: The Social Anthropology of Middle America (Winter, 1960), 1948 - 197633-44Articles: The American Behavioral Scientist - Special Issue: Social Research in Latin America (Fall, 1964) Notes on various books or articles: South America: The Land and its Economy, pp. 73-72; Some Aspects of the Social Development of Portuguese America, pp. 79-101; The Evolution of Brazil Compared with that of Spanish and Anglo-Saxon America, pp. 23-126; Southern Empire, pp. 1-171; Brazil and Her People of Today, pp. 98-295; Seven Keys to Brazil, pp. 7-237; Brazil, pp. 181-361; Art in Brazil, pp. 181-194; Negroes in Brazil, pp. 3-344, 196433-45Africa no. 106 (1937) Culture Areas of Africa (1945) Africa and the Arabian Peninsula (1950) The Distribution of Native Peoples in the Belgian Congo (1950) The Distribution of Native Peoples in the Gold Coast and Togoland Mandate (1950) The Distribution of Native Peoples in Liberia (1950) The Distribution of Native Peoples in Northern Rhodesia (1950) Language Families of Africa (1955) The Peoples of Africa (1971) Africa - Its Political Development (1980) Africa no. 16004 Climate and Vegetation Culture Areas Political Tribes of the East African Cattle Area, 1937 - 198033-46Asia no. 205 (1940) Asia and Adjacent Areas (1951) Southwest Asia - India, Pakistan, and Northeast Africa (1952) The Far East (1952) Asia no. DD 3, 1940 - 195233-47Mexico and Central America (1953) Archeological Map of Middle America - Land of the Feathered Serpent (1968) Tourist Islands of the West Indies (1981), 1953 - 198133-48Central Europe including the Balkan States (1951) Northern Europe (1954) A Traveler's Map of the British Isles (1974) Peoples of the Soviet Union (1976) Celtic Europe (1977) Medieval England (1979) Ireland and Northern Ireland - a Visitor's Guide (1981) History of Europe - Major Turning Points (1983), 1951 - 198333-49Middle East (1978) Two Centuries of Conflict in the Middle East (1980) The Near East, 1978 - 198033-50Native Tribes of North America (1939) North America (1952) Canada (1961) Indians of North America (1972) Colonization and Trade in the New World (1977) Close-Up: Canada - British Columbia, Alberta, Yukon Territory (1978) Close-Up: Canada - Ontario (1978) Close-Up: Canada - Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Northwest Territories (1979) Close-Up: Canada - Quebec / Newfoundland (1980), 1939 - 198033-51Map of the Solar System and Outer Space (1959), 195933-52South America no. 203 (1937) Indians of South America (1982), 1937 - 198233-53Historical Map of the United States (1953) A Map of New England with Descriptive Notes (1955) Round About the Nation's Capital with Descriptive Notes (1956) The United States (1956) Universal Map of the United States (1960), 1953 - 196033-54Hawaii (1960) The United States (1968) The Houghton Mifflin Ethnic Map of the United States (1972) The United States / Portrait U.S. A.(1976) The Northeast (1978) America's Federal Lands (1982) The Making of America - Atlantic Gateways (1983), 1960 - 198333-55Various types of maps for several counties and areas, including: State Governmental Regions, Economic Provinces and Economic Regions of the United States, Map of Buckhorn Lake, Leslie County (8 laminated, 2 paper), Economic Regions of the Southern Province (5 copies), Physical Formations of Southern Economic Regions (6 copies), The Southern Appalachians (3 copies), Kentucky counties, Outline Map of the United States (8 copies), South Economic Areas (4 negatives) Bell County General Highway Map, 1951 Clay County General Highway Map, 1951 Cutshin, KY, 1954 Harlan County General Highway Map, 1952 Hazard South, KY, 1954 Hyden East, KY, 1954 Krypton, KY, 1954 Leatherwood, KY, 1954 Leslie County Traffic Flow Map, 1937 Perry County General Highway Map, 1952 Southern Appalachians, 1968 (3 copies), 1951 - 196833-56The Historic Mediterranean 800 B.C. to A.D. 1500 (1982) Arctic Ocean / Peoples of the Arctic (1983), 1982 - 198333-57The World Map (2 copies, 1951) Universal Map of the World (1959) The World (1960) The Political World (1975) World Fertility Pattern, 1974 (1976) World Mortality Pattern, 1974 (1976) World Population Growth Pattern, 1974 (1976) The World (1981) Map of Tribal and Place-Names, 1951 - 198133-58Articles: Applied Anthropology in Medicine (1953); Health and Human Behavior: Areas of Interest Common to the Social and Medical Sciences (1962); Medical Anthropology (1963); Health Action in Cross-Cultural Perspective (1963); The Scope of Medical Anthropology (1964); Medical Anthropology and the Study of Biological and Cultural Adaptation (1966); The Role of Anthropology in Biotechnology: and Historical Rsum (1968); Medical Anthropology (1974); Medical Anthropology: Some Contrasts with Medical Sociology (1974); Convergences and Divergences: Anthropology and Sociology in Health Care (1974); What is Medical Anthropology? (1975); International Communication and Medical Geography (1977); Ethnomedicine and Medical Anthropology (1978); Medical Anthropology: A Comment on Recent Publication (1979) Other: "The Education of a Medical Anthropologist," beginning of a Ph.D. qualifying exam reading list (used as possible inventory of subject matter in medical anthropology); typewritten notes on an article entitled "The Role of Physical Anthropology in Dental and Medical Research" (1951); typewritten notes on an article entitled "The Relationship of Physical Anthropology to Medicine" (1956); typewritten notes on an article entitled "A Note on the Contributions of Anthropology to Medical Science" (1959), 1953 - 197933-59Articles: The Nature and Status of Medical Sociology (1957); An Analysis of Personnel in Medical Sociology (1962); The Sociology of Medical Education (1965); Medical Sociology in Poland (1966); Medical Sociology: A Brief Review (1973); Convergences and Divergences: Anthropology and Sociology in Health Care (1975); Medical Anthropology: Some Contrasts with Medical Sociology (1975); Changing Others: The Anthropological Study of Therapeutic Systems (1977); On Mitchell's "Changing Others" (including a reply by Dr. Mitchell) (1977); A Crisis of Identity: The Case of Medical Sociology (1977); Alternate Courses of Development: Medical Anthropology in Britain and North America (1978); George Rosen, Historian of the Field (1979); George Rosen and the American Public Health Tradition (1979); Clinical Anthropology: Morals and Methods (1979); Sociological Imperialism and the Profession of Medicine: A Critical Examination of the Thesis of Medical Imperialism (1979); Medical Anthropology in Britain (1980); Some Comments on the Clinical Anthropology Discussions (1981) Other: Typewritten personal notes on "Medical Sociology: A Review of the Literature" (1957); personal typed bibliography entitled "A Biased Bookshelf for Basic Browsing in Medical Sociology (Sept. 1972)" possibly to be distributed to students, 1987 - 198133-60Articles: Sociological Research in the Field of Medicine: Progress and Prospects (1951); An Anthropologist Looks at Medicine (1960); Whither Medical Anthropology? (1981); 3 copies of "What is Medical Anthropology?," a revised statement published by the Society for Medical Anthropology (1981); 3 copies of an earlier version of this statement (also entitled "What is Medical Anthropology?") (c. 1975) Other: Bibliography for ANT/BSC 529 (Spring, 1977); booklet, published by the American Sociological Association and part of its Resource Materials for Teaching, entitled "Medical Sociology: A Set of Syllabi and Related Materials", 1951 - 198133-61Articles: Some Aspects of Navajo Political Structure; Problems of Human Ecology in the North American Arctic; The Oral Literature of the Crow Indians; The Influence of the Horse in the Development of Plains Culture (1914); Culture Element Distributions III - Area and Climax (1936); Notes on Pima Land Law and Tenure (1936); Historical Changes in the Choctaw Kinship System (1937); Food Animals of the Navajo (1938); Navaho Women's Knowledge of Their Song Ceremonials (1938); How the Navajo Adopt Rites (1939); Navajo House types (1940); Patterning as Exemplified in Navaho Culture (1941); Environment and Native Subsistence Economies in the Central Great Plains (1941); Acculturation and Messianic Movements (1941); The Navaho Wind Way Ceremonial (1941); Themes as Dynamic Forces in Culture (1946); Hupa Child-Rearing - a Study in Primitive Education (1947); Personality Variation in a Primitive Society (1947); The Hindil, a Promo Indian Dance in 1946 (1947); Mohave Tattooing and Face-Painting (1947); The Dream in Mohave life (1947); Attitudes and Acculturation (1948); Infancy and Childhood among the Mohave Indians (1948); The Girls' Puberty Rite of the Mohave (1948); An Examination of Problems Basic to Acculturation in the Rio Grande Pueblos (1948); Hupa Birth Rites (1948); Ethics and the Structure of Society - an Ethnological Contribution to the Sociology of Knowledge (1951); Resistance to Acculturation and Assimilation in an Indian Pueblo (1951); The American Indian in the Philosophy of the English and French Enlightenment (1952), 1936 - 195233-62Articles: Native Myth and Modern Religion among the Klamath Indians (1952); The Overt Fears of Dakota Indian Children (1954); Chippewa Sacred Songs in Religious Metamorphosis (1954); Pan-Indian Culture of Oklahoma (1955); Cultural Transmission and Cultural Change (1956); Tappers and Trappers - Parallel Process in Acculturation (1956); Exhortation and the Klamath Ethos (1956); The Hopi and the Tewa (1957); Personality Structure in the Plains (1957); Social Structure and the Acculturation Process (1958); Canadian Legislation and the Potlatch (1958); The Aleuts (1958); Alaskan Eskimo Cultural Values (1959); The Enduring Indian (1960); Ojibwa Ontology, Behavior, and world View (1960); The Voice of the American Indian - Report on the American Indian Chicago Conference (1961); Avoidance Between Siblings of the Same Ex in Northwestern North America (1961); The Notions of Nature, Man, and Time of a Hunting People (1962); Some Questions on Taos Dancing (1962), 1952 - 196233-63Articles: Some Demographic, Social and Economic Factors of the Polar Regions (1963); Navajo Population - an Analysis of the 1960 Census (1963); Cultural Deprivation as an Educational Ideology (1964); Culture Contacts in the Early Historic Period in Northwestern North America (1964); An Anthropological Study of Demographic Transition - the Papago Information System (1966); The Warrior Dropouts (1967); The Anaktuvuk Mask and Cultural Innovation (1966); The Indian in American History (1968); The Character of Keresan Pueblo Law (1968); Hopi Indians, Inbreeding, and Albinism (1969); Kapluna Daughter - Living with Eskimos (1970); Seminole Girl (1970); A Western Apache Writing System - the Symbols of Silas John (1973); Aleuts - Ecosystem, Holocene History, and Siberian Origin (1975) Papers (4): Klamath Literature - an Ethnographic Approach; Elva Ball - a Klamath Indian Personality; Educating the Alaska Native (1963); The Case Study of a Do-Gooder among the Wisconsin Indians - Philosophical Implications for Applied Anthropology (1967) Publication: Anthropological Records 9:5 - Klamath Childhood and Education (1950), 1963 - 197533-64Research Notes (12 sets) Booklet: Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians (1972) Other: University of Chicago Letter to All American Indians, December 27, 1960 (American Indian Charter Convention, June 13-20, 1961) [contains supplemental materials]; A Sample - "Declaration of Indian Purpose" (for use at the American Indian Chicago Conference, June 13-20, 1961), 1961 - 197233-65Articles: Cross-Cultural Use of the Semantic Differential (1961); Psychotherapeutic Aspects of Shamanism on St. Lawrence Island, Alaska (1964); An Anthropological Study of Demographic Transition: the Papago Information System (1966); The Costs of Cultural Change: Accidental Injury and Modernization among the Papago Indians (1972) [2 copies]; Changes in the Alaskan Eskimo Relation of Man to Dog and Their Effect on Two Human Diseases (1980); New World Depopulation and the Case of Disease (1982); Publication: American Indians in Transition (Agricultural Economic Report No. 283, 1975) Bibliography, 1961 - 198244-66Articles: Theoretical Methods and Approaches to the Understanding of Man (1959); Participant Observation as Role and Method in Behavioral Research (1965); Unleashing the Untrained: Some Observations on Student Ethnographers (1969); "Lurking" as a Research Method (1969); The West, the Bible and the Ancient East: Apperceptions and Categorisations (1974); Epistle to the Anthropologists (1975); Criteria for an Ethnographic Approach to Research in Schools (1975); Limits to the Scientific Understanding of Man (1975); Anthropologist-the Myth Teller (1975); The Personal Approach in Cultural Anthropological Research (1976); Toward a Synthesis of Ethnographic and Survey Methods (1977); Network Analysis: A Reappraisal (1979); The Threat of the Stranger (1979); Anthropology and Sociology: Myth and Interrelationship (n.d.) Reviews: Qualitative Sociology: A Method to the Madness, by Schwartz, reviewed by Robert R. Faulkner (1980) Other: Essay (removed from a larger publication, no title or date) entitled "The Isms of Oz", 1959 - 198044-67Articles: The Cultural Study of Contemporary Societies: Puerto Rico (1954); The Sociological Study of Communites (1959); The Community as Object and as Sample (1961); On Collecting Anthropological Data in a North Indian Village (1966); Anthropological Explanations: Style in Discourse (1968); A Transactional Conception of Fieldwork (1968); Prejudice and Its Intellectual Effect in American Anthropology: An Ethnographic Report (1973); Towards a Human Science (1976); The Art of Teaching the Human Science (1978); The Effect of Inadequate Language Translation on Hispanics' Responses to Health Surveys (1980); Some Anthropological Hindsights (1980); The Anthropology of Managers (1981) Other: Sample pages from "Problems of Everyday Life" and Tri-City Area Health Survey, Albany Medical College, SUNY", 1954 - 198144-68"Newsletter of the Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky" 24 issues, 1982-1984 1982: October 8, 15, 29 1983: February 18; March 18; April 15; August 26; September 1, 16, 23; October 7, 18, 28; December 2, 9 1984: February 3, 10, 24; March 2, 9, 16, 23; April 13, 1982 - 198444-69Volume 1, Number 7: Culture Element Distributions XI - Tribes Surveyed (1939) Volume 4, Number 1: Culture Element Distributions XII - Appache-Pueblo (1940), 1939 - 194144-70Volume 4, Number 2: Culture Element Distributions XIII - Nevada Shoshone (1941) Volume 4, Number 3: Culture Element Distributions XIV - Northern Paiute (1941), 194144-71Volume 6, Number 1: Culture Element Distributions XV - Salt, Dogs, Tobacco (1941) Volume 6, Number 2: Culture Elements Distributions XVI - Girls' Puberty Rites in Western North America (1941) Volume 6, Number 3: Culture Element Distributions XVII - Yuman-Piman (1941), 194144-72Volume 6, Number 4: Culture Element Distributions XVIII - Ute-Southern Paiute (1942), 1941 - 194244-73Contains publications written by Horacio Fagrega, Jr. as well as articles written about him: Articles: Psychiatric Illness in a Small Ladino Community (1968); Toward a Model of Illness Behavior (1973); The Experience of Self and Body - Health and Illness in the Chiapas Highlands (1973); Ladino Theories of Disease - a Case Study - Table 8.1, Contrasting Views on Health and Illness in Two Social Systems (1974); Disease Definitions - Traditional Perspectives (1974); The Need for an Ethnomedical Science (1975); Culture, Language and the Shaping of Illness - an Illustration Based on Pain (1976); Language and Cultural Influences in the Description of Pain (1976); Fieldwork and the 'New Ethnography' (1976); Behavioral Science and Medical Education - a Biobehavioral Perspective (1976), 1968 - 197644-74Contains publications written by Horacio Fagrega, Jr. as well as articles written about him: Articles: Comparison of Illness Episodes in a Pluralistic Setting (1977) [2 copies]; The Scope of Ethnomedical Science (1977); Ethnomedicine and Medical Science (1978); Judgements about Disease - a Case Study Involving Ladinos of Chiapas (1978); Components of Illness and Type of Medical Practitioner - a Comparative Study (1979); The Ethnography of Illness (1979); The Scientific Usefulness of the Idea of Illness (1979); Elementary Systems of Medicine (1979); Of Language and the Sorcerer's Appendix - a Critical Appraisal of Horacio Fabrega's Disease and Social Behavior (1979); The Position of Psychiatric Illness in Biomedical Theory - a Cultural Analysis (1980); The Idea of Medicalization - an Anthropological Perspective (1980), 1977 - 198044-75Number 1: The Prophet Dance of the Northwest and its Derivatives - the Source of the Ghost Dance (1935) Number 2: Taos Pueblo (1936), 1935 - 193644-76Number 6: Contributions from the Laboratory of Anthropology, 2 - The Sinkaietk or Southern Okanagon of Washington (1938) Number 7: The Feather Cult of the Middle Columbia Number 9: Navaho Humor / Number 10: The Yezidis, Sulubba, and Other Tribes of Iraq and Adjacent Regions (1943), 1938 - 194344-77Advances in Medical Social Science (n.d.) American Behavioral Scientist: Complete Issue, Vol. VI, No. 6, February 1963 On the Use and Abuse of Social Science by Practitioners (1965) American Scientist: From Simulation Model to Public Policy (1972); The Origins of Agriculture in the Tropics (1972) Anthropological Research Carrying Capacities and Low Population Growth (1977) Medial Anthropology - a Critical Appraisal (1983) The Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in the Social Sciences The Superorganic (1917); On the Concept of Function in Social Science (1935); The Economic and Social Basis of Primitive Bands (1936); Fashion (1937); The Social Function of Anxiety in a Primitive Society (1941); Myths and Rituals - a General Theory (1942); Invention and Cultural Change (1942); Nativistic Movements (1943); "Primitive Law" (1944); History, Evolutionism, and Functionalism - Three Types of Interpretation of Culture (1945); The Process of Cultural Change (1945); Law and Anthropology (1946), 1935 - 198344-78The Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in the Social Sciences Covert Culture and Administrative Problems (1947); The Folk Society (1947); Cultural Causality and Law - a Trial Formulation of the Development of Early Civilizations (1949); Culturological vs. Psychological Interpretations of Human Behavior (1949); Energy and the Evolution of Culture (1949); The Origins of Social Organization (1951); The Folk-Urban Continuum (1952); Folk and 'Feudal' Societies (1952); The Principles of Clanship in Human Society (1955); The Preindustrial City (1955); Revitalization Movements (1956); Closed Corporate Peasant Communities in Mesoamerica and Central Java (1957); On Inca Political Structure (1958); The Concept of Culture (1959); Nonunilinear Descent and Descent Groups (1959); The Meaning of Kinship Terms (1960); City Size Distributions and Economic Development (1961) British Journal of Sociology: Primordial, Personal, Sacred and Civil Ties (1957) Comparative Medicine East and West: Nosology and Therapy of Mental Illness in 'Ayurveda' (1978) Current Anthropology: The Classification of Double Descent Systems (1961); Anthropological Studies of Complex Societies (1961); Integration of Culture - a Review of Concepts (1961) Human Organization: Suggestions for a Study of Your Hometown (1952); Applied Anthropology and International Health - Retrospect and Prospect (1982) The Journal of the Alabama Academy of Science: Government and Anthropology in British Central Africa (1953) Journal of Cultural & Educational Futures: Documentation and Data Management in Applied Anthropology (1981) Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law: Sweden's Crisis in Medical Care - Political and Legal Changes (1982), 1947 - 198244-79Medical Anthropology: Infectious Disease Among Amerindians, Part 5 (1982) Medical Anthropology Newsletter, Vol. 13, No. 4, 1982 Reviews in Anthropology: Illness Classification and Treatment Choice - Decision Making in the Medical Domain (1982) The Rural Sociologist: Agrarian Ideology and Region - the Persistence of Two Variants (1982) Science: Man as an Object of Science (1959); Underdeveloped Economies (1959); Man, the Destroying Biotype (1962); Distribution of Wild Wheats and Barley (1966); Man's Movement and His City (1968); Ekistics, the Science of Human Settlements (1970); Repopulating the Countryside - a 1980 Census Trend (1982); Theory and Observation in Cultural Transmission (1982); Biotechnology Research and Third World Agriculture (1982); Breast-Feeding Patterns in Low-Income Countries (1982); Recent Trends in Fertility in Less Developed Countries (1983); Scientific American: Complete Issue, Vol. 213, No. 3, September 1965; The Rise of a May Merchant Class (1975) Social Science Medicine: Allocation of Family Resources for Health Care in Rural Haiti (1983) Warner Modular Publications: Sociology of Development and Underdevelopment of Sociology (1967); A Location Theory for Rural Settlement (1969); Man Against Nature - an Outmoded Concept (1970); The Legal Threat as an Instrument of Social Change (1971) [all reprinted in 1971], 1959 - 198344-80Papers: Anthropological Research on Health Problems in Developing Countries; Disadvantages of Eclecticism in the Treatment of Alcoholism - the 'Problem' of Recidivism; Educational Development and Anthropology; Field Method in Working with Middle Class Americans - New Issues of Reciprocity and Values; Research Priorities for Medical Anthropologists in the 1980s; Review and Evaluation of the Kentucky Studies of Technological Diffusion; Social Science Research and Contemporary Problems of Development; Ten Perimeters of the Sphere of Scientific Pursuit - a Preliminary Topographical Outline of the Various Dimensions of Scientific Inquiry (includes a letter from the author); Toward a Definition of the Professional Foundation in Social Work Education; Working Paper in the Communication and Diffusion Processes (1959) Bibliographies: Bibliography on American Indian Medicine and Health (1962); Bibliography on the Economic and Social Implications of Scientific Research and Development (1959); Selected Readings on the Economic and Social Implications of Research, Development, and Technology (1945-1959), 1949 - 195944-81Other: Sociological Research on the Diffusion and Adoption of New Farm Practices (1952); Cultural Definitions of Illness - Social Psychiatry Views Intercultural and Inter-Class Communication in Ghana (1963); Social and Economic Characteristics of the Population in Metro and Nonmetro Counties, 1970; Indicators of Social Well-Being for United States Countries (1979); The Lexington Answer Book (1983); Population Reports, Cumulative Index 1972-1977 (1979), 1952 - 197955-82Other: Health Resources Utilized for Various Health Conditions as Reported by Twenty-Five Mexican-American Mothers in the Yakima Valley of Washington (1967), 196755-83Assessing Biomedical Technologies: an Inquiry into the Nature of the Process (n.d.), n.d.55-84Articles: The Primitive Economics of the Trobriand Islanders (1921); Ignorance of Physiological Paternity in Melanesia (1949); Native Astronomy in Micronesia: a Rudimentary Science (1951); An Ethnoecological Approach to Shifting Agriculture (1954); A Leader in Action (1955); Hanunoo Color Categories (1955); A Problem in Malayo-Polynesian Social Organization (1955); Land Tenure in the Philippines (1955); Human Background of Pacific Science (1955); Residence Rules (1956); The Settlement of Polynesia (1956); Millenarian Movements in Melanesia (1957); Political Organization, Supernatural Sanctions and the Punishment for Incest on Yap (1957); Uses of Ethnohistory in an Acculturation Study (1960); Voyaging Canoes and the Settlement of Polynesia (1977) Research Notes (4 sets), 1949 - 197755-85Contains Vol. 231, No. 3, September 1974 of "Scientific American", concerning human population, 197455-86Contains the following articles: Foreword (not dated) Contributions of Early Explorers and Traders to the Ethnography of the Northwest (1949) Black Gum Gap - Frontier Patterns in the Twentieth Century (1951) Supervision - a Nursing Dilemma (1957) Some Frontier Origins of Southern Appalachian Culture (1962) [2 copies] Participant Observation as Role and Method in Behavioral Research (1965) [2 copies] Focus for Conflict: Southern Mountain Medical Beliefs in Detroit (1970) 1 table: Contrasting Value-Orientations in Traditional Southern Appalachian and Upper Middle Class Professional Cultures Other: Publish or Perish: Research Design and Research Proposal Checklists (Anthropology Newsletter, 1979); Some Guidelines for the Novice (in Southern Sociologist, 1980); Ten Tips to Help You Write Better (Changing Times, 1980), 1949 - 198055-99Contains 2 copies of Pearsall's article, 1952, 195255-89Contains 29 copies of Pearsall's article (Folder 1 copies 2-15; Folder 2 copies 16-28), 1966, 196655-90Contains 29 copies of Pearsall's article (Folder 1 copies 2-15; Folder 2 copies 16-28), 1966, 196655-9110 copies, including one original complete journal (1973); published in Anthropological Quarterly, 197355-92Contains 5 copies of Pearsall's article (1973), 197355-93Contains 23 copies of Pearsall's article (Copies 2-23), 1965, 196555-94Contains 2 copies of Pearsall's article, 1947, 194755-10010 copies of Pearsall's editorial from this issue of Human Organization (1966), 196655-95Contains 10 copies of Pearsall's article, 1955; published in Social Forces, 195555-96Contains 16 copies of Pearsall's article, 1953, 195355-97Contains 13 copies of Pearsall's article (Copies 2-13), 1960, 196055-98Contains 2 copies of Pearsall's article, 1950, 195055-101Cooperation in Change: An Anthropological Approach to Community Development, by Goodenough, reviewed in "Social Forces" (1964); Resources and People in East Kentucky: Problems and Potentials of a Lagging Economy, by Bowman and Haynes, reviewed in "Technology and Culture" (2 copies, 1965); Health and Healing in Rural Greece: A Study of Three Communities, by Blum, reviewed in "Social Forces" (1965); Applied Anthropology: Readings in the Uses of the Science of Man, by Clifton, original draft copy of review of to be published in "American Anthropologist" (1970; includes correspondence with the publisher); Working with People: The Helping Process, by Brill, reviewed in "Nursing Outlook" (1973; includes Pearsall's typed draft and correspondence with the publisher); Culture, Disease, and Healing: Studies in Medical Anthropology, by Landy, original draft copy of review to be published in "Medical Anthropology Newsletter" (1978), 1964 - 197855-87Contains 2 copies of this publication, co-edited by Pearsall, 1969, 196955-88Contains 1 copy of this publication, co-edited by Pearsall, 1969, 196955-102Articles: Down on the Farm-New Style (1948); Water Witching: An Interpretation of a Ritual Pattern in Rural American Community (1952); Persistence and Change in Local Values of Two New England Communities (1952); Are Neighborhoods Meaningful Social Groups Throughout Rural America? (1953); Some Characteristics of Farm Operators Sought as Sources of Farm Information in a Missouri Community (1953); Cooperatives in Puerto Rico: History, Problems, and Research (1953); A Research Project on Rural Communities in Puerto Rico (1953); The Folk-Urban Continuum and the Rural Proletarian Community (1954); Rural Locality Groups: Changing Patterns, Change Factors, and Implications (1954); The Nonresident Farmer in the New Rural Society (1954); Selected Cultural Characteristics and the Acceptance of Educational Programs and Practices (1954); The Effects of Geographical Position on Belief and Behavior in a Rural Mormon Village (1954); Forty Years of Change in a Hawaiian Homestead Community: Anahole (1955); Old World Extinction and New World Survival of The Amish: A Study of Group Maintenance and Dissolution (1955); Rural Life in a Mass-Industrial Society (1957); Occupational Mobility in Small Communities in Missouri (1957); Socioeconomic Aspects of Manpower Adjustments: Low-Income Rural Areas (1959); Achievement, Affiliation, and Cooperation Values as Clues to Trends in American Rural Society, 1924-1958 (1960); The Decline and Fall of the Small Town (1967); Small-Town Population Change and Distance from Larger Towns: A Replication of Hassinger's Study (1970); Rural Market Networks (1975); Boom Towns May Hinder Energy Resource Development (1976); Reflections on Arvin and Dinuba (1978) Other: Bulletin 419, University of Nebraska Experiment Station, "The Changing Role of the Small Town in Farm Areas (A Study of Adams, Nebraska) (1953); Bulletin 2, State University of Iowa Institute of Agricultural Medicine, "Culture and Medical Behavior of the Old Order Amish of Johnson County, Iowa" (1958), 1948 - 197855-1037 sets typewritten research notes, 2 sets handwritten notes, n.d.55-104Contains drafts of the work "Anthropology and Public Policy" as well as notes and sources, n.d.55-105Contains drafts of the work "Anthropology and Public Policy" as well as notes and sources, n.d.55-106Contains a copy of Pearsall's diary while in Australia, includes itinerary (1972), 197255-107Contains a copy of Pearsall's paper (some pages missing); notes and loose leaves of drafts. [1972], [1972]55-108Contains a complete copy of Pearsall's paper, with questionable pages; research notes. [1972], [1972]55-109Articles: The Concept of Law in the Social Sciences (1938); On a Distinction Between Hypothetical Constructs and Intervening Variables (1948); The Logical Structure of Analytic Induction (1951); Science, Cytology, and Society (1951); On the Nature of Scientific Law (1952); Some Merits and Misinterpretations of Scientific Method (1956); Models, Systems and Science (1957); The Problem of the Sciences and the Humanities (1960); The Contribution of Nomothesis in the Science of Man (1961); The Muse and the Axiom (1963); Humanism and Science in the Social Studies (1964); Confirmation (1973); The Frontiers and Limits of Science (1977) Research Notes (3 sets), 1938 - 197766-110Articles: Age and Sex in the Social Structure of the United States (1942); Age and Sex in the Social Structure of the United States (1942); Social Status and Political Behavior (1945); Religion and the Class Structure (1948); What Social Class is in America (1949); A Critical Evaluation of Warner's Work in Community Stratification (1950); The Value Systems of Different Classes - a Social Psychological Contribution to the Analysis of Stratification (1953); The Illiterate in American Society - Some General Hypotheses (1956); The Study of Social Stratification (1957); Lower Class Culture as a Generating Milieu of Gang Delinquency (1958); Democracy and Working-Class Authoritarianism (1959); Up from the Ranks on a Fast Escalator (1959); Sociability, Permissiveness, and Equality (1960); The Lower Class, Status Frustration, and Social Disorganization (1965); The Culture of Poverty (1966); The American Underclass - Comment . . . Looking Back & Looking Up (1969); American Working Class Today (1972); America's Unique Class Politics - the Interplay of the Labor, Credit and Commodity Markets (1973); Capitalism and Poverty in America - Paradox or Contradiction? (1973); The Positive Functions of Poverty (1973); Class and the Economics of Crime (1973); The Lower Class and the Future of Inequality (1973) Research Notes (6 sets) , 1942 - 197366-111Articles: review essays, Professional Power and the Ethical Dilemmas of Social Scientists; The Ethical Basis of Science (1965); Fieldworkers and Research Subjects - Who Needs Protection? (1977); book reviews, Social Research in Conflict with Law and Ethics (1978); Ethical Principles for Conducting Fieldwork (1980); Ethics, Informed Consent, and Fieldwork (1980); The Use and Abuse of Deception (1980); The Ethics of Covert Methods (1980); Fieldwork Ethics in Policy-Oriented Research (1981); The Ethnographic Enterprise and the Bureaucratization of Ethics - the Problem of Human Subjects Legislation (1981); Anthropological Value Positions (1982) Readings Institute of Society, Ethics and the Life Sciences - 9 publications spanning 1964-1975: On the Protection of Human Subjects and Social Science; Some Thoughts on Ethics of Research - After Reading Milgram's 'Behavioral Study of Obedience'; The Ethical Principles; Code of Ethics, American Sociological Association; Brief Remarks on the Association's Code of Ethics; The American Psychological Association Code of Ethics for Research Involving Human Participants - an Appraisal; Tearoom Trade - Means & Ends in Social Research; Problems of Ethics in Research; The Protection of Human Subjects - a Reexamination of the Professional Code of Ethics Other: Report of the Ad Hoc Committee to Evaluate the Controversy Concerning Anghropological Activities in Relation to Thailand, Parts 1 & 2 (1971); Professional Ethics - Statements and the Procedures of the American Anthropological Association (1973); Ethical Standards of Psychologists (1977); The Hastings Center - Ethics in the 80s (1981); Discussion of Revised Code of Ethics Set for Annual Meeting (1980); various codes of ethics, 1965 - 198266-112Articles: The Professional Ideology of Social Pathologists (1942); Science as a Social and Historical Phenomenon (1955); Resistance by Scientists to Scientific Discovery (1961); The Integrity of Science - a Report by the AAAS Committee on Science in the Promotion of Human Welfare (1965); The Tree of Social Knowledge (1965); The Matthew Effect in Science (1968); On the Role of Themata in Scientific Thought (1975); Early History of Science in Spanish America (1976); Planck's Principle (1978), 1942 - 197866-113Articles: The Place of Anthropology in a Technical Assistance Program (1954); The Relation Between Social Theory and Social Policy (1958); Applied and Action Anthropology in the Understanding of Man (1959); The Significance of Applied Anthropology for Anthropological Theory (1961); From the Editor (1966); Multidisciplinary Problem-Focused Research (1968); Information, Intelligence, Enlightened Public Policy - Functions and Organization of Societal Feedback (1970); Providing the Relevant Data (1971); The Center for Policy Research - a Note on its Themes and Focuses (1971); Social Science and Social Policy - a Review of Some Recent Books (1971); Scientific Sociology at Bay? (1971); Policy Research (1971); Contribution of R&D to Economic Growth in the United States (1972); Applied Research for the Public Good - a Suggestion (1972); The Morality of Applied Anthropology (1972); APA Adopts Detailed Code on Human Experimentation (1973); The Improbable Change Agent and the Ph.B. (73); Ethical Issues in Social Intervention (1973); Health Services Research and R and D in Perspective (1973); Putting Sociologists to Work (1973); Philosophy as Problem-Solving (1974); On the Sociology of National Development - Theories and Issues (1975), 1954 - 197566-114Articles: Development (1975); The Scientist and the Politician (1975); The Anthropologist as Hired Hand (1975); The Anthropologist in a Strange Land (1975); Problems of Doing Fieldwork in Educational Evaluation (1975); Scientific Freedom and Responsibility (1975); Ethnography and Policymaking - the Case of Education (1975); Some Contradictions in Community Development - the Need for a Stronger Community Approach (1976); A Tentative Guide to Constructing the Future - Self-Conscious Millenarianism (1976); Applied Anthropology and the Application of Anthropological Knowledge (1976); Social Scientists in the Policy Process (1976); The Policy Effectiveness of Health Services Research - a Reconsideration (1976); Science, Values, and Human Judgment (1976) [2 copies]; Anthropologists in the United States Government (1977); Policy Research as an Agent of Planned Social Intervention - an Evaluation of Methods, Standards, Data, and Analytic Techniques (1977), 1975 - 197766-115Agriculture and Behavioral Science - Emerging Orientations (1977); Commentary on 'Professional Freedom and Responsibility - the Role of the Professional Society' (1978); Changing Dimensions of Political Acton in Science (1978); The Burden of Profession - Applied Anthropology at the Crossroads (1979); Recommendations for Training and Education for Careers in Applied Anthropology - a Literature Review (1979); Anthropology and Policy Analysis (1979); Accountability and the Politics of Urban Research (1980); Research and Community Work (1980); The Geographical Basis of Community Work (1980); Community Action and Anti-Poverty Strategies - Some Transatlantic Comparisons (1980); The Good Community - a Rural Sociological Perspective (1980); Policy Studies and Anthropology (1980); Towards More Ethical and Effective Carrying Out of Applied Research Across Cultural or Class Lines (1980); For Whom the Bell Tolls - Anthropologists Advising on Public Policy (1980); Anthropology, Administration, and Public Policy (1980); The Country Life Commission and Early Rural Sociology (1981); Toward a Sociology of Rural Sociology (1981); The Policy Left Behind - 1980 RSS Meeting Keynote Address (1981); Two Aspects of Scientific Responsibility (1981), 1977 - 198166-116Reviews: 'Sociology and Public Policy - the Case of Presidential Commissions'; The Anthropology of Modernization and the Modernization of Anthropology (1975); Taking Morals Seriously (1979); Social Policy (1980); 'Social Scientists as Advocates - Views form the Applied Disciplines' (1980) [2 copies]; 'Research in Social Problems and Public Policy - a Research Annual, Vol. 1' (1981); Social Policy, Social Psychology (1981); Social Policy (1981) 1 Bibliography: Recent Articles and Discussions on Ethics in 'Current Anthropology' Poverty & Human Resources Abstracts (PHRA): 8 issues from 1968 Royal Anthropological Institute News, February 1978, No. 24 The American Behavioral Scientist, Vol. V Supplement, May, 1962, No. 9 - complete issue, 1962 - 198166-117Folders 1-2 Articles: A Sociological Study of a Texas Lynching (1936); Caste, Economy, and Violence (1945); Salient Features of Social Organization in a Typical County of the General and Self-Sufficing Farm Region (1947); Negro Lifeways in the Rural South - a Typological Approach to Social Differentiation (1948); Social Consequences of the Industrialization of Southern Cities (1948); The 'Southern Parish' Case (1951); Share Dairying - New Tenancy Patterns for the South (1952); Florida's Migratory Worker (1953); Economic Status Differentials Within Southern Agriculture (1954); Tenure Changes and the Agricultural Ladder in Southern Agriculture (1955); Mechanized Agriculture and the Farm Laborer (1954); Patterns of Population Change Resulting from Differential Migration Within Alabama, 1930-1950 (1955); Industrial Progress and Rural Stagnation in the New South (1955); Population Movements in the Southern United States (1956); Recent Population Trends in the Southeast ((1956); The Changing South (1958); The Citizens' Councils (1959); Do Holiness Sects Socialize in Dominant Values? (1961); The Psychosocial Meaning of Nonviolence in Student Civil Rights Activities (1964); Social Struggle and Weariness (1964); The Changing Realm of King Cotton (1966); Cultures of the American South (1966); The Politics of Tokenism in Mississippi's Delta (1967); Anthropology and the Study of Culture, Society, and Community in the South (1967); How Southern Children Felt About King's Death (1968); The Second Reconstruction - Black Political Strength in the South (1970); Factors Influencing Rural Water Purchase (1970); Public Employment and the New segregation in the South (1971); Factors Associated with Favorable Attitudes Toward Watershed Development (1972); Problems and Prospects in Organizing Black Domestic Workers in a Southern City (1972); Changes in Alabama's Population, 1950-1970 (1972); Migration, Poverty, and the Rural South (1973); Measuring the Productivity Loss from Labor Force Disability (1973); The Transfer of Power in a Mississippi Town (1973); The Two-Party System Moves into Arkansas (1973); Black Rule in the Urban South? (1973); Designation of a Development Region for the Mid-South (1974); Industrialization and Poverty in Southern Nonmetropolitan Labor Markets (1974); Florida's Experiment in Land Use Management (1975); Regional Variation in Adaceme - the Case of Sociology Faculty in Southern Universities (1975); Holding Power of the South (1976); Are Unique Policies Required? (1976 {2 copies}); The Heart of Dixie - an Essay in Folk Geography (1976); A Needed Research Orientation for Rural Sociologists in the South (1976); Anthropological Studies in the American South - Review and Directions (1977); Entry of Chinese to the Lower South from 1865 to 1870 - Policy Dilemmas (1978), 1936 - 197866-118Folders 1-2 Articles: A Sociological Study of a Texas Lynching (1936); Caste, Economy, and Violence (1945); Salient Features of Social Organization in a Typical County of the General and Self-Sufficing Farm Region (1947); Negro Lifeways in the Rural South - a Typological Approach to Social Differentiation (1948); Social Consequences of the Industrialization of Southern Cities (1948); The 'Southern Parish' Case (1951); Share Dairying - New Tenancy Patterns for the South (1952); Florida's Migratory Worker (1953); Economic Status Differentials Within Southern Agriculture (1954); Tenure Changes and the Agricultural Ladder in Southern Agriculture (1955); Mechanized Agriculture and the Farm Laborer (1954); Patterns of Population Change Resulting from Differential Migration Within Alabama, 1930-1950 (1955); Industrial Progress and Rural Stagnation in the New South (1955); Population Movements in the Southern United States (1956); Recent Population Trends in the Southeast ((1956); The Changing South (1958); The Citizens' Councils (1959); Do Holiness Sects Socialize in Dominant Values? (1961); The Psychosocial Meaning of Nonviolence in Student Civil Rights Activities (1964); Social Struggle and Weariness (1964); The Changing Realm of King Cotton (1966); Cultures of the American South (1966); The Politics of Tokenism in Mississippi's Delta (1967); Anthropology and the Study of Culture, Society, and Community in the South (1967); How Southern Children Felt About King's Death (1968); The Second Reconstruction - Black Political Strength in the South (1970); Factors Influencing Rural Water Purchase (1970); Public Employment and the New segregation in the South (1971); Factors Associated with Favorable Attitudes Toward Watershed Development (1972); Problems and Prospects in Organizing Black Domestic Workers in a Southern City (1972); Changes in Alabama's Population, 1950-1970 (1972); Migration, Poverty, and the Rural South (1973); Measuring the Productivity Loss from Labor Force Disability (1973); The Transfer of Power in a Mississippi Town (1973); The Two-Party System Moves into Arkansas (1973); Black Rule in the Urban South? (1973); Designation of a Development Region for the Mid-South (1974); Industrialization and Poverty in Southern Nonmetropolitan Labor Markets (1974); Florida's Experiment in Land Use Management (1975); Regional Variation in Adaceme - the Case of Sociology Faculty in Southern Universities (1975); Holding Power of the South (1976); Are Unique Policies Required? (1976 {2 copies}); The Heart of Dixie - an Essay in Folk Geography (1976); A Needed Research Orientation for Rural Sociologists in the South (1976); Anthropological Studies in the American South - Review and Directions (1977); Entry of Chinese to the Lower South from 1865 to 1870 - Policy Dilemmas (1978), 1936 - 197866-119Folders 3-4 Papers: Black-White Joking Relationships Among Faculty in a Newly Integrated School; A Cultural Approach to the Stratification System of a Southern Town; Design and Implementation of an Action Experiment in Forest Fire Prevention; The Differential Functioning of Farmers' Personal and Social Characteristics in Relation to Contact with Media and Practice Adoption; Education and the New South; Instant Indians - an Analysis of Cultural Identity in the American South; Paradise Lost - Strip Mining and Agrarian Traditions in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky; Southern Cultures; Southern Cultures Response Paper , n.d.66-120Folders 3-4 Papers: Black-White Joking Relationships Among Faculty in a Newly Integrated School; A Cultural Approach to the Stratification System of a Southern Town; Design and Implementation of an Action Experiment in Forest Fire Prevention; The Differential Functioning of Farmers' Personal and Social Characteristics in Relation to Contact with Media and Practice Adoption; Education and the New South; Instant Indians - an Analysis of Cultural Identity in the American South; Paradise Lost - Strip Mining and Agrarian Traditions in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky; Southern Cultures; Southern Cultures Response Paper , n.d.66-121Folders 5-6 Research Notes (22 sets) , n.d.66-122Folders 5-6 Research Notes (22 sets) , n.d.66-1252 Postcards, including one fold-out: Parliament House and Central Station, Adelaide S.A. Adelaide, S.A. View Folder Booklets / Pamphlets: Sightseeing Around Adelaide (1971) Marble Hill - South Australian Vice-Regal Summer Residence 1879-1955 1 Map: Adelaide and Environs, [1971]66-12612 Postcards, including 3 fold-outs: Overland Telegraph Station, Alice Springs, N.T. Alice Springs, Central Australia (Telegraph Station) Alice Springs, Central Australia (waterhole) Alice Springs, Central Australia (Pichi Richi) Ross River Resort, N.T. Heavitree Gap, N.T. Alice Springs, Central Australia (the "Ghan") Alice Springs, Central Australia (Simpson's Gap) Simpson's Gap, N.T. Aboriginal Art from Central Australia: Albert Namatjira Alice Springs, Northern Territory Central Australia View Folder, n.d.66-127Booklets / Pamphlets: Australian Explorers: John McDouall Stuart (1969) A Layman's Guide to the Geology of Central Australia (1969) Alice Springs Telegraph Station National Park (1969) Central Australia Railway Time-Table with Connecting Services to and from Adelaide (1971) Talk About UCNA The John Flynn Memorial Church, Alice Springs 3 Maps: Alice Springs Commonwealth Railways: Central Australia Railway, North Australia Railway Features of Interest in Central Australia (1966) 1 Newspaper: Alice Springs Centralian Advocate - vol. 25, no. 649, Wednesday, March 29, 1972 Articles: Bony's Dilemma (Chapter 39 of The Sands of Windee, 1961); Rock Corroboree was Real 'Proper' (1972); Chamber has Say on Airlift (1972); Letter - Many Near-Fatal Incidents Happened when the Todd Flowed Again (1972); Unemployment Drops (1972); Transport Strike Continues (1972); The Alice Gets a $1.6 Million Road Boost (1972); McMahon - There's No Alternative (1972); Smallpox Cuts Migrant Flow (1972); Splits - Order of the Political Day (1972); Nurses to Have College / Acupuncture Exams for 15 (1972); Camps Soon at Alice (1972); Big Men of Tribes Gather at Alice (1972); Food Board Says Fear of 'Milk Intolerance' Should Not Discourage Normal Use of Milk (1972) Notes on History of the Royal Flying Doctor Service, 1969 - 197266-123Pamphlets / Booklets: Australian Aboriginal Culture - an Exhibition Arranged by the Australian; National Committee for UNESCO (1968); Enjoy Australia on a Budget (1969); Australia Welcomes You (1969); Australia in Pictures (1970); Identity Magazine - vol. 1, no. 3, January 1972; Snowy Mountains Story; Canberra: Australia's National Capital; Australian Wild Life in Natural Colour; TAA Air Atlas: Australia, from A to Z - a Selection of Places and Geographical Features, 1968 - 197066-1242 fold-outs of photographs: Fourteen Photographs of Australian Aborigines Taken in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia Australian Aborigines - Full Color Pictures of Australian Natives Articles: Steel Axes for Stone-Age Australians (1952); The Prehistory of the Australian Aborigine (1966); Aborigines in the Third World (1972) Research Notes (1 set) 1 Map: Australia (1969), 1952 - 197266-1288 Postcards, including 1 fold-out: The Forge 'Emu Bottom' 'Emu Bottom', Victoria's Oldest Homestead, Sunbury Cooking Girdle Scones in the Kitchen at 'Emu Bottom' The Nursery, 'Emu Bottom' Bourke Street with G.P.O., Melbourne Collins Street, Melbourne Bourke Street, Melbourne Melbourne View Folder Booklets / Pamphlets: National Trust Guides - Melbourne (1970) Australia's Pioneering Past is Alive at EMU BOTTOM Cook's Cottage Souvenir Book of Melbourne, Australia Articles: Aboriginals 'Have Heads High' (1972); A Booming Voice of Black Power (1972); Back from the Outback? (1972) 1 Map: Victoria , 1970 - 197266-12913 Postcards, including 1 fold-out: Bondi Beach, Sydney Woolloomooloo docks and Cahill Expressway with Sydney's towering proud skyline in the background Sydney Town Hall The Archibald Fountain Taronga Park Zoo - Sydney Red Kangaroos Koala Kangaroo and Joey Australian Wildlife and Wildflowers Wildflowers of Australia Night View of Sydney Australia Square Plaza, popular meeting place, Sydney Sydney 1 Map: City of Sydney, Extending to North Sydney with Alphabetical Street Index and Showing Street Numbers, Places of Interest, Etc. Booklets / Pamphlets: Taronga Zoo Guide Vaucluse House The Rocks: an Illustrated Guide to an Historic Part of Sydney Clippings: Historic Fort Dennison; All About Sydney; Sightseeing, [1972]66-130Postcards (18): Shot Tower at Taroona, Hobart, Tasmania Elizabeth Street, Hobart, Tasmania Botanical Gardens, Hobart, Tasmania The Derwent River and Mt. Wellington, Hobart, Tasmania The Tasman Bridge and Mt. Wellington, Hobart, Tasmania Overlooking Cadbury's and Mt. Wellington, Hobart, Tasmania Governor's Residence and Tasman Limited Picturesque Constitution Dock, Hobart, Tasmania Constitution Docks, Hobart, Tasmania Port Arthur, Tasmania Old Church of the Historic Penal Settlement at Port Arthur, Tasmania Convict Relics, Port Arthur, Tasmania Port Arthur Museum, Tasmania City of Hobart, Tasmania (fold-out) Southern Tasmania (fold-out) The Old Colony Inn, New Norfolk, Tasmania (fold-out) Tudor Court, Sandy Bay, Hobart (fold-out) Photographic Booklet of Port Arthur, Tasmania (fold-out) Booklets / Pamphlets: The Great Lake Power Developments River Derwent Souvenir Guide Book about Hobart Van Diemens Land Memorial Folk Museum, Hampden Road, Hobart Port Arthur Guide - Historical Facts The Historic Shot Tower Tasmanian History - an Illustrated History of the Discoverers of Tasmania, and other Notable People (1959) Port Arthur, Tasmania's Convict Settlement 1830-1877 (1966) Tasmania, Australia - Isle of Beauty Map: U.B.D. Detailed Reference Map of Tasmania (12th Edition), 1959 - 196677-145Research Bulletin - August, 1974 Pamphlets / Booklets: The ARH Story (1968); Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology (1972); LKLP Community Action Council - 1973 Annual Report; The Kentucky Department of Economic Security; Kentucky River Comprehensive Health Planning Council; Mountain Comprehensive Health Corporation - Quality Care for Residents of Letcher, Knott, Leslie and Perry Counties Papers: District Nursing, May 1970-June 1973; Family Nurse Practitioners in Eastern Kentucky Articles: When Roads Come (1955); OEO Programs in Kentucky - a Progress Report (1969); News Agency Sends Health Personnel to Critically Short Areas (1972); Extension of Medical Services through Nurse Assistants (1969); Midwives Care for Expectant Mothers (1972); Departments and Disciplines: Stasis and Change (1973); Coping with Family Planning in a Rural Area (1973) [2 copies]; The New Nurse-Midwives (1975); Quarterly Bulletin 51st Annual Report - Report of Operations (1976); On How to Live with Survey Research (1979) Family Nurse Practitioners in Eastern Kentucky [1969], 1968 - 197977-146Articles: An Application of Scale Analysis to the Study of Religious Groups (1955); Role and Status of Anthropological Theories (1958); Effects of Perceived Norms on Attitudes and Altruistic Behavior Toward a Dependent Other (1968); Conflict and Social Order: A Research Strategy for Complex Propositions (1972); A Method for Investigating and Representing a Person's Implicit Theory of Personality: Theodore Dreiser's View of People (1972); Theories of Culture (1974); Style of Reporting Qualitative Field Research (1974); Symbolic Studies (1975); Prehistoric Transpacific Contact and the Theory of Culture Change (1977); The Place of the Symbol in the Practice of Anthropological Reasoning (1977); Scaling Up and Bogging Down (1980) Other: Handwritten notes on "Semiotics of Culture: Great Britain and North America," pp. 121-135; handwritten notes on Cognitive Anthropology," pp. 447-478; class handout: "Socio-Cultural Components of Behavior, 1955 - 198077-147Articles: Social Movements (1964); The Battle of the Books (1975) Reviews: Social Movements and the Legal System: A Theory of Law Reform and Social Change, by Handler, reviewed by Mark C. Johnson; Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change: An Annual Compilation, ed. by Kriesberg, reviewed by Arther Liebman (both 1981) Other: Handwritten notes on "Social Movements" (above), 1975 - 198177-1335 Postcards: One Tree Hill, Auckland, N.Z. Albert Park and University Queen Street, Opposite Chief Post Office, Auckland City, N.Z. Queen Street Auckland City (Aerial), Karangahape Road. Queen St. (Centre) leads to Wharves, N. Shore, Rangitoto Book: Historic Auckland Map: Map of Auckland City & Suburbs (1972) Article: Coromandel - New Zealand's Rugged Peninsula is a Real Sleeper, [1972]77-1347 Postcards: French Blockhouse, Akaroa Canterbury Museum Exhibit, N.Z. The Sign of the Kiwi Cathedral of All Saints Bridge of Remembrance Scott Memorial and Oxford Terrace Cathedral Square, Christchurch, N.Z. Map: Map of Christchurch (1967) Booklets / Pamphlets: Christchurch and Canterbury Christchurch Cathedral, Christchurch, New Zealand Articles: Wind Disrupts Air Traffic (1972); Mount John Station Road Blocked (1972), 1967 - 197277-131Book: The Fiat Book of New Zealand Trees (1967), 196777-132Pamphlets / Booklets: New Zealand Tourist Map and Visitors Guide (1969) Visitor's Guide to New Zealand (1970) New Zealand Facts and Figures 1970-71 Report of the Maori and Island Affairs Department and the Maori Trust Office and the Board of Maori Affairs for the Year Ended 31 March 1971 Regional Development in New Zealand (1971) New Zealand Accommodation Guide - Hotels and Motels 1970-71 Maps: Shell Road maps of New Zealand Articles (Clippings): South Pacific Journey, Part 5 - The Jews of New Zealand (1971); New Zealanders Practice Democracy (1972); A Nearly Classless Society (1973); A Wholly Market-Oriented Economy (1973), 1969 - 197377-13515 Postcards: Model Pa - Whakarewarewa, Rotorua Maori war canoe, Wairarapa Window, St. Faith's Anglican Church - Rotorua, N.Z. Tamatekapua Maori Meeting House, Ohinemutu, N.Z. Interior of Wahio Meeting House Interior of St. Faith's Anglican Church, Ohinemutu Tudor Towers Feeding the Tohunga, N.Z. Maori Action Song, N.Z. Canoe Poi Action Song Te Arawa Concert Party Samoan fale, Apia's Aggie's Hotel Beach Road, Apia Control Officer, Apia Beach Road Thermal Terraces, Rotorua, N.Z. Articles: What's in the Name; Taupo - Fisherman's Paradise Map: Rotorua, New Zealand Book: Maori Carving Illustrated (1969), 196977-1363 Postcards: Springtime, New Zealand (sheep) Dairy Herd New Zealand Sheep Arrowtown Correspondence (date span 1971-1972): 10 letters - June 30, 1971-February 10, 1972: Letters concerning Pearsall's trip to Waimate. She is corresponding with David Yerex and Stephanie Brice to arrange for a "Farm Holiday." Also correspondence with her host family via the woman of the house, Patti Meyer Letter: June 30, 1971 - notes written on verso Letter: July 12, 1971 - notes on verso; includes New Zealand Farm Holidays pamphlet Letter: September 15, 1971 - includes description of farm, F.H. Member No. 47, South Canterbury Letter: January 1, 1972 - includes "Official FH Passport to Your Farm Holiday" 14 letters - March 10, 1972: Letters from students and teachers at Waituna Creek School in Waimate, New Zealand thanking Pearsall for a visit and talk 3 Newspapers: The Daily Advertiser, March 7-9, 1972, 1971 - 197277-1374 Postcards: Wellington, N.Z. (Aerial) Lambton Quay, Wellington, N.Z. The Government Buildings, War Memorial, Wellington, N.Z. Wellington, N.Z. (Aerial) Map: Map of Wellington (1968), [1968]77-13815 Postcards: A group of Samoans do the siva at one of the island's many festivities The Samoan fale (house) with its thatch roof and open sides is the ideal dwelling for the tropics Village life in Samoa despite contacts with the modern world has retained the customs and leisurely pace of the ancient Polynesians Three youngsters make their way to the market place to sell their vegetables. In the background is Apia the Capital city of Western Samoa The long curving black sand beach at Solosolo about 7 miles from Apia is a favourite with surfers and picnickers The morning sun heralds the beginning of another day in Samoa Samoa in the heart of Polynesia is the best kept secret in the South Pacific New Samoan village Piula is a popular swimming spot for both visitors and locals Nelson Memorial Library and clock tower on Beach Road, Apia, Western Somoa No visit to Samoa would be complete without a stop at Apia's famous Aggie's hotel Parliament House, Apia, Western Samoa The tomb of famous author Robert Louis Stevenson atop Mount Vaea just behind Apia is a Mecca for many visitors Vailima formerly the home of the famous author Robert Louis Stevenson is now the official residence of the Head of State of Western Samoa Fiji Airways Miscellaneous: clipping - editorial (1972); Western Somoa Motor Vehicle Drivers Licence (1972) Booklets / Pamphlets: Western Samoa: the Land, Its People, the Way of Life - the Heart of Polynesia (1970) Talofa 1 Map: This is Apia 2 Newspapers: South Sea Star - vol. 2, no. 14, March 29-Arpil 4, 1972 Apia Beach Press - vol. 1, no. 1, March 1972 (pp. 1-2, 7-8 only) , 1970 - 197277-13913 Postcards: Gauguin's "House of Pleasure" at Atuona Musee Gauguin, Tahiti - Gauguin's giant portrait welcomes visitors to the Museum Musee Gauguin, Tahiti - The last studio of Paul Gauguin in Atuona, Marquesas Islands Gauguin Museum, Tahiti: aerial view "Tamure" (artist Huze's famous painting) "Eva" - District de Arve - Tahiti (Boulac's painting) "Uratua" - District de Haapape - Tahiti (Bouloc's painting) Tahitian women and children Tahiti - Polynesian preparing coconuts Competition in copra preparation during the Feasts of July 1970 The "Grand Ma group" at the 14th July celebrations The Yacht harbour, Papeete The Governor's mansion, Papeete Booklets / Pamphlets: Societe des Oceanistes (3 issues) Traditional Art of Tahiti (1968) Sacred Stones & Rites of Ancient Tahiti (1969) Ancient Tahitian Canoes (1970) Tahiti, Papeete Travel Guide to Tahiti and French Polynesia (1970 / 1971) Newspaper: The Tahiti Bulletin - Tuesday, February 22, 1972, v. 5, no. 1226 Article: Political Change in Tahiti and Samoa - an Exercise in Experimental Anthropology (1973) Map: Pacific Ocean (1952) , 1952 - 197377-140Articles: One Hundred Per Cent American (1937); The Theme of Social Isolation in American Painting and Poetry (1954); The M-Factor in American History (1962); The Ideology of Autonomy in Popular Lyrics: a Content Analysis (1969); the Influence of the Black Power Movement on Historical Scholarship: Reflections of a White Historian (1970); Social and Cultural Congruences in American Civilization (1972); California and the Search for the Ideal (1973); Slavery and the Post-World War II Historians (1974); Individualism: Ideology or Utopia? (1974); A Watertight Watergate Future: Americans in a Post-American Age (1975); United States Agribusiness and Agricultural Trends (1975); Weather Variability, Climatic Change, and Grain Production (1975); The African Diaspora in Mexico, Brazil, and the United States (1976); LSD-Type Drug at Salem Trial Just Bewitching Idea, Says Historian (1976) / Ergotism: the Satan Loosed in Salem? (1976), 1937 - 197677-141The Journal of Social Issues - v.7, no.4, 1951 (complete issue) Book Chapters: The American Character (Ch.8: The Nation Takes Shape, 1789-1837) [1963]; Generalizations about National Character: an Analytical Essay (Ch.6: Generalization in the Writing of History) [1963]; Historical Patterns of Violence in America (Ch.2: National Commission on Causes and Prevention of Violence) [1969] Research Notes (5 sets) Miscellaneous: note card with quote from Israel Langwill, The Melting Pot (1908-09) - "America is God's crucible, the great melting pot where all races are melting and reforming . . . Germans and Frenchmen, Irishmen and Englishmen, Jews and Russians - into the crucible with you all! God is making the American.", 1951 - 196977-142Several sets of handwritten bibliographic references of books and articles concerning Urban Latin America, Urban United States and other general titles; one typewritten bibliography entitled "Recent Research in the Urban Context" (date span: 1955-1977) Articles: American Communities (1955); Megalopolis, or the Urbanization of the Northeastern Seaboard (1959), 1955 - 197777-143Symposium on Viewpoints, Problems, and Methods of Research in Urban Areas (1951): Biology and Urban Areal Research The Application of Biologic Research Methods to Urban Areal Problems Geography and Urbanism A Geographer's Approach to Urban Study Demography and Urban Areal Studies Research Method in the Study of Spatial Aspects of an Economic System The Approach of Homan Ecology to Urban Areal Research Concluding Comments Vernacular Culture (1960); The Experience of Living in Cities (1970); The City and the Region (1971); The Other Suburbs (1971); Value Theory: Toward Conceptual Clarification (1972); The Rise of the Corporate State in America (1972); On the Concept of 'Sub-Culture' (1974); Toward a Subcultural Theory of Urbanism (1975); Intra-Cultural Diversity: Some Theoretical Issues (1975); Work and Ghetto Culture (1975); Review of Urban Latin America: The Political Condition from Above and Below, by Alejandro Portes and John Walton, reviewed by W. Parker Frisbie (1977); The Urban Anthropology Field School: Design, Implementation, and Retrospective (1977), 1951 - 197777-144Articles: The Pattern of Urban Growth (1937); Corner Boys - a Study of Clique Behavior (1941); Social Organization in the Slums (1943); Sentiment and Symbolism as Ecological Variables (1945); Social Change and Stutus Protes - an Essay on the Marginal Man (1949); Death by Dieselization - a Case Study in the Reaction to Technological Change (1951); Ecological Decentralization and Rural-Urban Relationships (1952); The Sociological Significance of the Rural-Urban Fringe (1953); Evolution of a Transportational Route as the Core of a Suburban Region (1953); The Form of Cities (1954); Social Mobility and Urbanization (1955); Economic Implications of Urban Growth (1959); The Profile of American Cities (1966); The Role Path - a Concept and Procedure for Studying Migration to Urban Communities (1968); In-Migration and Growth of Non-Metropolitan Urban Places (1970); The Experience of Living in Cities (1970); Modern Imperialism - the View from the Metropolis (1970); Banfield's 'Unheavenly City' - a Symposium and Response (1971); The City in the American Industrial System (1976); City Size Effects, Trends, and Policies Research Notes (6 sets) Contains reviews of books by Pearsall, 1937 - 1976Appalachia77-149Articles: Utilization of Rural Manpower in Eastern Kentucky - a Study of Economic Area Eight (1953); The Relation of Informal Social Groups to the Diffusion of Farm Information in a Northeast Missouri Farm Community (1954); The Farmhouse Building Process in North Carolina (1954); Factors Inducing Decisions to Build Farmhouses (1954); Social Changes and their Implications for Southern Agriculture (1959); Carrollton, Georgia - the Redevelopment of a Southern Agricultural Town (1968); The Fight Against Soil Erosion (1969); Evaluating Agricultural Programs (1971) Paper: The Problems of Low-Income Farm Families (1955) Research Notes (15 sets), 1953 - 197177-150Pamphlets: The Appalachian Internship Program; Appalachian Studies at the University of Kentucky (2 copies); James Still Fellowships in Appalachian Studies The Appalachian Center Newsletter - 5 October 1983, Spring 1984, March 1, 1984 Draft: New Directions for the Appalachian Center (December 1983) Appalachian Center Staff James Still Fellowship Recipients (Summer 1983) Various correspondence, 1983 - 198477-151Articles: Problems Created by the Douglas Reservoir in East Tennessee (1954); Action Program for Mountain Counties (1961); How Much Better will the Better World Be? (1965); Congress Extends, Revises Appalachian Programs (1967); The Local Development District - Foundation for Regional Development (1968); Appalachian Cities Receive "Model Cities" Funds (1968); Urban Services and Future Growth - a Challenge to Appalachia (1968); Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina's Development Objectives (1968); West Virginia's and Ohio's Development Plans (1968); The First Three Years of the Appalachian Program - an Evaluation (1968); New York, Alabama, and Mississippi See their Development Goals (1968); Kentucky's and Virginia's Development Plans (1968); Baltimore-Cincinnati Corridors Offer Progress to Northern Appalachia (1968); Virginia Organizes Regional Planning Districts (1969); The Local Government's Role in Regional Development (1969); State Research and Development Efforts to Spur Economic Growth (1969); Community Cooperation for Development - Kentucky's Big Sandy (1969); Legal Services for Appalachia (1969); Highways Offer Opportunities for Economic and Social Development (1969); A Model for Non-metropolitan Coordination (1970); The Impact of Appalachian Development Highways (1970); The Kentucky River Development District Fights Against Tough Odds (1970); Appalachian Program - a Mechanism for a National Growth Policy? (1970); The Appalachian Regional Development Program (1971); Highways and Regional Development (1971); Highlights of the 1971 Appalachian Act Amendments (1971); The Effects of Mass Media Exposure on Attitudes Toward Reservoir Development in a Low Income Eastern Kentucky County (1972); Tax Burden Differences in Kentucky (1972); Evaluating the Administration of the Appalachian Regional Development Program (1973); Local Development Districts Active in Wake of Agnes (1973), 1954 - 197377-152Articles: Appalachian Regional Development and the Distribution of Highway Benefits (1974); Local Development Districts in the Appalachian Region / Local Development Districts Launch Demonstration Projects (1974); New Subregional Budget Approach Gives States More Flexibility (1974); 1975 Amendments Extend and Broaden Appalachian Program (1976); Eastern Kentuckians Set Development Priorities (1978) Appalachia Magazine: Vol. 1, No. 6, April 1968 (complete issue, copy); Vol. 1, No. 10, June-July 1968 (complete issue, copy) Bibliography: A Selectively Annotated Bibliography of the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) [1981] Notes - 'An Anthropologist Looks at Problems of Development in Appalachia' (1970) Research Notes (5 sets), 1968 - [1981]77-1533 copies of Appalink, the Newsletter of the Appalachian Studies Conference - September 1980, February 1981, May 1981, 1980 - 198177-154Appalachian Studies in the 1970s Bibliography Bibliography of Research in Eastern Kentucky Selected Readings for Health Professionals Working in Appalachia Appalachian Outlook: a Regional Bibliography (1966) A Bibliographic Survey of Dissertations Dealing with Appalachia (1979), 1966 - 197977-155Health and Health Services in the Southern Appalachians: an Annotated Bibliography (1968) Untitled (2) , 196877-148Articles: Healthways in a Mountain County (1960, Pearsall); Some Behavioral Factors in the Control of Tuberculosis in a Rural County (1962); Communicating with the Educationally Deprived (1966); Research Materials on the Appalachian Region (1966); Animal Drives in the Southern Highlands (1966); The Appalachian Childhood - Growing Free (1967); Alternate Methods for Health Priority Assessment (1975); Assisting Appalachian Families (1977); Impact of a Rural Preventive Care Outreach Program on Children's Health (1978); Follow-Up Study of the Impact of a Rural Preventive Care Outreach Program on Children's Health and Use of Medical Services (1980); Mosbys and Broomsedege - the Semantics of Class in an Appalachian Kinship System (1982); Simple Living and Hard Choices (1982) Papers: Some Southern Appalachian Families and their Health Resources (Pearsall); Leslie County Polio Examples Booklets: Appalachian Issues and Resources, 2nd Ed. (1978); Appalachian Learning Laboratory; Alice Lloyd College Appalachian Learning Laboratory; Appalachian Mountain Books (1982) Pamphlet: Alice Lloyd College Appalachian Term Syllabus: Sociology 534 - Sociology of the Southern Appalachians (Fall, 1982) Maps: The Southern Appalachians (1968) [2 copies] Other: group of notes and articles - Appalachian Population 1980, 1970 and 1960; Where Immigration Occurred; Appalachia Magazine Subject Index 1971, 1960 - 198288-156Articles: Neighborhoods as a Factor in the Diffusion of Farm Information in a Northeast Missouri Farming Community (1954); What a Town Can Do - and How (1964); The Community as a Setting for Change in Southern Appalachia (1967); A Kentucky Community Undertakes a Far-Reaching Plan (1969); Anthropology and Change (1970); Information Seeking versus Information Diffusion - Implications for the Change Agent of an Alternative Paradigm (1980) Papers: Quality of Life - How Community Leaders and Ordinary Residents Assess Various Aspects of Life in Four Kentucky Mountain Counties (1975); The Appalachian Volunteers - Changes Within a Community Action Organization and their Relationships to External Response (1972); A Comparison of the Social and Cultural Changes in a Knox County Community Before and After 1940 Research Notes (7 sets) Other: The Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, 1954 - 198088-157Reports: Somerset, Kentucky - a Social Analysis (1951); Social Profile of Metcalfe County, Kentucky - a Report of Findings (1952); Informal Social Participation in Five Kentucky Counties (1956); Where Bluegrass and Mountains Meet - a Community Profile of Mt. Sterling and Montgomery County, Kentucky, September 1, 1957; Harlan County, Kentucky Project - Community Dynamics Program, Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana (1959), 1951 - 195988-158Articles: Farm Management and Incomes of Farm Families in Laurel County, Kentucky (1930); Part-Time Farming in Four Representative Areas of Kentucky (1935); Variations in Farm Income and Family Living in Robertson County (1940); Organization, Leadership, and Attitudes, Garrard County, Kentucky, 1939 (1941); Land-Tenure Classification and Areas in Kentucky (1942); Trends in Land Use and Related Changes in Knott County, Kentucky, 1929-1939 (1942); Rural Neighborhoods and Communities in Thirteen Kentucky Counties, 1941 - Size, Population, and Social Structure (1943); Labor Supply and Farm Production on Eastern Kentucky Farms (1945); Farm Management and Family Incomes in Eastern Kentucky - a Study of Farm Production, Use of Farm Land, Incomes, and Family Labor Supply on 74 Farms in the Breathitt Area (1946); Low-Income Farmers in Missouri - Situation and Characteristics of 459 Farm Operators in Four Social Area B Counties (1948); Neighborhood Standing and Population Changes in Johnson and Robertson Counties, Kentucky (1948); Participation in Organized Activities in Selected Kentucky Localities (1949); Sources and Use of Farm and Home Information by Low-Income Farmers in Missouri (1951); Town-Country Relations in Special-Interest Organizations, Four Selected Kentucky Counties (1952), 1940 - 195288-159Articles: Membership Characteristics of Special-Interest Organizations (1953); Participation in Organized Activities in a Kentucky Rural Community (1953); Land Classification and Farm Returns - Effect of Quality of Land on Farm Incomes and Net Returns (1953); Participation of Rural Families in Formal Organizations (1955); The Integration of Locality Groups in an Eastern Kentucky County (1956); Objectives and activities of Special-Interest Organizations in Kentucky (1956); Part-Time Farming in Eastern Kentucky - a Study of Economic Area 8 (1956); Employment and Underemployment of Rural People in the Upper Monongahela Valley, West Virginia (1957); A Study of the Sutherland Community, Dinwiddie County, Virginia (1959); The Socioeconomic Adjustment of Rural Households in the Arkansas Ozarks (1971), 1953 - 197188-623Catalog: Appalachian Issue and Resources, 2nd Edition, compiled by the Southern Appalachian Ministry in Higher Education (1978), 197888-160Articles: The Dusty Outskirts of Hope (1964); Appalachian America - the Emergence of a Concept, 1895-1964 (1965); Three Stories of Today (1965); ". . . it's our nothing" - Mountain Thinking (1966); The Malevolent Leader - Political Socialization in an American Sub-Culture (1968); Life in Appalachia - the Case of Hugh McCaslin (1968); A Poverty Case - the Analgesic Subculture of the Southern Appalachians (1968); Culture and Poverty in Appalachia - a Theoretical Discussion and Empirical Analysis (1974); Appalachia - the View from the Hills (1975); Patterns of Change in Rural Normative Structure (1976); Appalachian Ways - ARC Publishes a Regional Guidebook (1976); The Sociology of Southern Appalachia (1977); Appalachia and Social Change - a Cultural Systems Approach (1979); Culture and Development - Through Romantic Relativism into the Emerging Present (1979); At the Forks of Troublesome Creek - the Hindman Settlement School (1981); Highways are Catalysts of Change (1981-1982) , 1964 - 198288-161Papers: An Overview of the Processes of Social Transition in Rural Appalachia; A Perspective for Appalachian Society; The American Culture of Appalachia (1979); Appalachia as a Metropolitan Problem (1979); Appalachia as the Promised Land - a Freedmen's Commune in Henderson County, North Carolina, 1870-1920 (1979) Research Notes (1 set) , 197988-162Articles: The Decline of Fertility in the Southern Appalachian Mountain Region (n.d.); Navajos and Eastern Kentucky: A Comparative Study in the Cultural Consequences of the Demographic Transition (1966); Ebb in the Exodus? (1969); Indicators of Appalachian Progress Population and Income (1969); Urbanization and Regional Growth (1969); Southern Appalachian Population Change, 1960 to 1970: A First Look at the 1970 Census (1972); Population in Appalachia and the United States: Year 2000 (1972); Appalachia Gains 26 More Metropolitan Counties (1973); A Note on the Decline of Appalachian Fertility, 1930-70 (1974); Appalachian Population Estimated at 19 Million (1975); Appalachian Population and Total Personal Income (1976); Selected Facts About Appalachia (charts, 1976); Appalachian Population and Income Show Significant Growth (1978); Appalachian Population Growing, Income Catching Up (1979); Counting Noses in Region and Nation: A Projection (1980); Settlement Patterns Study Identifies Fringe Population in Region (1981); Cities and Their Place in Southern Appalachia (1981); More on Identifying the Rural Community: How About Who is Rural Rather than What is Rural? (1982) Other: Chart (possibly class handout) entitled 'Some Contrasting Value-Orientations' (10 copies, n.d.); Chart entitled 'Measures of Fertility for the White Population of Eastern Kentucky Counties, the Southern Appalachian Region, and the United States, 1950 and 1960' (n.d.); Issue of mountain life and work, the Magazine of the Appalachian South, February 1984; University of Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin No. 604: Employment and Underemployment of Rural People in the Ozarks (1958), 1958 - 198788-163University of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletins: Cost of Living and Population Trends in Laurel County, Kentucky (No. 301, 1930); Effects of War on Farm Population in Kentucky (No. 456, April 1944); Age Structure of Kentucky Population,1940 (No. 465, June 1944); People and Resources in Eastern Kentucky (No. 500, May 1947); Farms and Forests of Eastern Kentucky in Relation to Population and Income-An Appraisal of Population and Land Resources and Their Potentials (No. 507, August 1947); Rural Population Changes in Five Kentucky Mountain Districts, 1943 to 1946 (No. 532, 1949); Rural Manpower in Eastern Kentucky (No. 627, 1955); The Population of Kentucky: Changes in the Number of Inhabitants, 1950-60 (No. 675, 1961), 1944 - 196188-164Reports: Basic Population Date for the Southern Appalachians, Southern Appalachian Series of the Social Research Service, University of Kentucky Report No. 1 (1958); The Changing Kentucky Population: A Summary of Population Data for Counties, UK Agricultural Experiment Station Progress Report 67 (1958); Tables on Population and Population Characteristics Eastern Kentucky Resource Development Counties, Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station (1962), 1958 - 196288-165Articles: The Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee (1944); The Four Appalachias (1968); The Availability of Capital in Central Appalachia (1969); State Input-Output Models - a Special Section (1970); Labor Market Participation and Regional Potential (1970); The Region's Economy Shows Gains (1970); Reservoirs and Local Government Finance (1971); Appalachia - an Economic Summary (1971); Help for the Hubs (1971); Junk Cars - Mines of Valuable Metal (1971); Employment Spread Effects in Appalachia and the South (1972); Manufacturing Growth in Appalachia (1972); General Revenue Sharing - New Resources and New Responsibilities for State and Local Governments (1973); Appalachia - the Economic Outlook through the Eighties (1983) Charts / Graphs / Tables: A List of Counties which are Considered to Comprise the Appalachian South (1958); Counties of Southern Appalachia (1965); Per Capita Personal Income for Selected Years, 1959-1967 - United States, Appalachia, Appalachian States and Appalachian Portion of Each State (1970); The Appalachian Labor Force and its Work (1974); Appalachian Per Capita Income (1975); New Statistics on Appalachian Per Capita Money Income and Poverty Status Have Just Become Available (1982); Appalachian Population and Per Capita Money Income (1983); Trends in Per Capita Money Income, Appalachia and United States - 1969-79 Magazine: Mountain Life & Work Special Issue - Save the Land and People, May 1973, 1944 - 1983 88-166Research Notes (17 sets), n.d.88-167Articles: Better Health for Mountain Mothers (1958); The People Are Ready (1969); A Family-Planning Project Helps Rural Ohio Women (1972); Family Planning Policy Development in North Carolina - Weak Tea (1972); Family Planning in 19 Rural Counties (1972) Papers: New Directions for a Family Planning Clinic (1971) Research Notes (2 sets), 1958 - 197288-168Contains a copy of the script, responses to and criticism of the script / film (as appendices, in the form of correspondence) and references; resumes for Helen Matthews Lewis, Ph.D., Elizabeth Barret, William H. Turner; reviews and evaluations of film history of Appalachia series (Appalshop History Film Project) *Film Subjects: General History of Appalachian Region, General Ethnicity and Migration Theory, Indian Population in the Mountains, Early Settlement of the Mountains, Cherokee Removal, Industrialization and Migration, Black Appalachians, Twentieth Century Migration - Urban and Return 1 copy of the 16mm documentary films catalog, Appalshop Films 1 copy of the Appalbrochure 1975, [1975]88-169Articles: Healthways in a Mountain County; A Vanishing Science (1959); Appalachian Folk Remedies (1963); Superstitions and Home Remedies Encountered in Present-Day Pediatric Practice in the South (1963); Those Old Home Remedies (1968); A Contribution to Our Knowledge of Ginseng (1977); The Spirit is Strong in the Root (1977); Old-Timey Herb Doctor (1978); A Modern Appalachian Folk Healer (1978) Papers: A Persisting Folk Medical System in the Rural South (1971); The Knowledge and Use of Folk Medicine in Eastern Kentucky (1969) Research Notes (1 set), 1959 - 197888-170Articles: Pittman Center Suffers Huge Loss Following Cloudburst - Eight Lives Lost, Damage Worst in History, Rehabilitation Work Underway (1938); Timber-Products Marketing in Eastern Kentucky (1946); Forest Research Center Studies Mountain Timber Resources (1955); Mountain Area Floods - a Growing Threat (1956); The Journey Back to a "Green Gold" Economy (1959); Harvesting Appalachian Timber (1968) Research Notes (9 sets), 1938 - 196888-174Contains comparative charts for 7 hospitals / clinics concerning total, clinic, and home visits. Facilities compared include: Beech Fork, Brutus, Flat Creek, Hyden / Bob Fork, Red Bird, Wendover, Wolf Creek. Charts cover May 1970 - June 1973., 1970 - 197388-175Contains comparative charts and tables. 1970-1973, 1970 - 197388-176Contains statistics for: Individuals and Families, Sick Nursing and Midwifery Cases; Chronic, Infectious Diseases, Gastro-Intestinal Mental Immunizations, Laboratory, Visits, Medicare, Medicaid. Covers November 1971- December 1972, 1971 - 197288-177Contains statistics for: Individuals and Families, Sick Nursing and Midwifery Cases; Chronic, Infectious Diseases, Gastro-Intestinal Mental Immunizations, Laboratory, Visits, Medicare, Medicaid. Covers November 1971- December 1972 , 1971 - 197288-171Articles: Schools for the Retarded and Handicapped Children (1967); Coping with Family Planning in a Rural Area (1973); The Fiftieth Anniversary - A Celebration - May 27-May 29, 1975; All About Hospitals (1975); A Salute to Mary Breckinridge Hospital Employees (1977); Summary of FNS Questionnaire (1977); The Frontier Nursing Service Home Health Agency (1977); The Districts Develop, 1925-1930 (1977); Health Careers Program, Leslie County High School (1979); Leslie County Rescue Authority (1979); The Leslie County Volunteer Fire Department (1979); Our Clinic (1979); Leslie County Clean-Up (1979); The Leslie County Humane Society (1979); Tomorrow's Child (1979); Dentistry at FNS (1979); Immunization Drive in Leslie County (1979); New FNS Director (1980); The Home Health Agency (1980); Cancer - a Demonstration of Hope (1980); Recollections of Winter, Oral History Interviews (1980); Education and Service - the Leslie County Health Careers Program (1980); Respiratory Care Project (1980); Home Visits by FNS Nurses (1980); Childbearing Practices in the Appalachian Culture (1983); Other: miscellaneous article (1977); clipping - In Appalachia's Male-Dominated Culture, Kate Ireland Stands Tall (1979), 1967 - 198388-172Booklets: Frontier Nursing Service, Incorporated - 1966-1967, 1978, 1979 (includes pamphlet) Pamphlet: Frontier Nursing Service, Inc. 2 fold-outs: "Imagine a world where no one got sick. There would be no need for doctors, nurses, hospitals. BUT . . ."; "Serving Families in Medically Underserved Areas for 54 Years" Organdie and Mull, by Mary Breckinridge (short story) Other: chart - Research and Education; letter from W.B. Rogers Beasley, M.D., Director, FNS, Wendover - support request (1978), 1966 - 197988-173Handbook for Frontier Family Nursing Program - 1st Trimester, Family Nurse Associate (1972), 197288-178Articles: Family Nurse Practitioners in Kentucky (1969); A Nursing Seminar to Discuss the Family Nurse Practitioner (1969); Family Nurse Practitioner Project - Progress Report (1969); Family Nurse Practitioner Project Progress Report (1970); Some Factors Involved in the Acceptance and / or Rejection of the Family Nurse (1970); A Study of the Role of the Professional Nurse Working with the Frontier Nursing Service (1971); Family Nurse Practitioners Program Progress Report (1971); Rebirth of the Midwife (1972); The Family Nurse and Primary Health Care in Rural Areas (1972); Family Planning in a Rural Nurse-Midwifery Program (1973); Frontier Nursing Services, Inc. Directory (1974); In the Interest of Primary Health Service (1977); The Influence of Training Level and Practice Setting on Patterns of Primary Care Provided by Nursing Personnel (1978), Joint Practice at Frontier Nursing Service (1979); Preliminary Findings from the Follow-Up Study of 1971-78 Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing Students (1979); Nurse Practitioners - an Innovation of Proven Quality (1979); Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing - Reassessment (1980); Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing Progress Report (1980); Updated Survey of Graduates (1982) Bibliographies / References: Frontier Nursing Service Bibliography; Selected Readings for Health Professionals Working in Appalachia; Marshall compilation (1977) Grant Proposals: Primex Grant; Proposal for Evaluating the Training Program of Frontier Nursing Service; The Frontier Nursing Service - an Evaluation (1973); Proposal for Evaluating Elements of the Frontier Nursing Service's Family Nurse Practitioner Training Program (1973), 1969 - 198288-179Papers: Some General Assumptions of the FNS Family Nurse Training Program; Clinician-Patient Contact - a Descriptive Study of Time Use (1976) [2 copies] Booklet: Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing, Hyden, Kentucky, 1971-1972 The Role of the Primary Care Clinician in an HMO - Questionnaire and Interview Guide, 1971 - 197688-180Family Nurse Practitioners in Kentucky - Frontier Nursing Service, Inc., Wendover, Kentucky, n.d.99-181Annual Reports: 41st (1966), 42nd (1967), 43rd (1968), 44th (1969), 46th (1971), 49th (1974) Balance Sheets 1970, 1977 - 1979 Urgent Needs1966 - 1970 FNS: the Financial Picture (1981) FNS, Inc. Questionnaire Letter of thanks from Kate Ireland for Pearsall's contributions to FNS, 1982, 1966 - 198299-182Papers: Scope and Purpose of the Project, pp. 23-40 (1970?); A Non-Experimental Health Services Research Protocol - Some Illustrative Studies of the Frontier Nursing Service (1974); A Comparative Study of the First Hundred Graduates of Family Nurse Program and Concurrent Employees of the Frontier Nursing Service (1974), 1970 - 197499-183Frontier Nursing Service Quarterly Bulletin - 9 issues, spanning 1971-1976 (includes the 47th, 48th, and 50th Annual Reports), 1971 - 197699-184Contains 9 copies of Pearsall's article 'Some Frontier Origins of Southern Appalachian Culture (1962), 196299-185Articles: Activities of the Dental Hygiene Service (1949); Appalachia Launches Health Program (1968); Appalachia's First Comprehensive Demonstration Health Program Gets Underway (1968); Good Health is Fun (1968); The Appalachian Health Program - a Progress Report (1970); Evaluation of the Health Demonstration Program (1971); Why a Health Fair? (1971); Health Care - What the Poor People Didn't Get form Kentucky Project (1971); OEO Hedges on Kentucky Program (1971); Health Care - Floyd County Project a Success (1972); Southeast Ohio's Answer to the Emergency in Emergency Medical Service (1973); Mud Creek Clinic a Success (1974); Health Fair in Va. (1975); Mountain Health Clinics Tell Their Story (1975); Rural Health Care (1976); A Shot in the Arm for Appalachia - the Region's First Qualified HMO (1976); Problems in the Development of a Rural Primary Health Care Center (1976); East Kentucky Health Services Center, Hindman, Kentucky (1976); State Lines, Great Minds and Vital Signs (1978); The Clover Fork Clinic - Pioneering in Community Health (1979); A North Carolina Model for Improving Rural Health Care - 1 / 10 Albert Schweitzer, 9 / 10 ORHS (1980); Realities of Rural Health Care (1981); Yes, You Can Go Home Again - Southern Carolina's Community Long Term Care Project (1981); Appalachian Health Care - the Struggle to Reach Remote Areas (1982); Fire Hall Caps Big Creek Successes - FNS Clinic Kindles Healthy Spirit in Big Creek (1984) Pamphlet: The Student Health Coalition Map: Kentucky Tuberculosis Hospital Districts Other: Examples of Clinics in the Appalachian Region (1979); Hospitals in Kentucky, Licensed 1959-1960, Kentucky State Board of Health Research Notes (7 sets), 1949 - 198499-186Articles: The Coalition Saga; Scholarship Fund Provides Physicians for Rural Kentucky, Plan Gets National Attention (1958); The Appalachian Fund's Nurse Program (1962); The Kentucky Experiment in Community Medicine (1966); Students Serve Throughout Appalachia - Report on Summer Medical Program (1969); The Contribution of Public Health Social Work in Academic Departments of Community Medicine (1969); Appalachia - Two Approaches in Student Summer Health Projects (1970); Physician Behavior in Southern Appalachia - Some Recruitment Factors (1971); New Agency Sends Health Personnel to Critically Short Areas (1972); A Medical Student Meets Kids with a C (1974); You Can Go Home again - Health Careers for Rural Alabama Students (1974); Farmington Medical Center - the Doctor is a Nurse (1974); Paraprofessionals in an Appalachian Community Development Programme (1975); RX for Four Georgia Hospitals - Classes and Videotapes (1976); Organizing Hospital Workers (1976); A Hard Act to Follow (1977); Rural Appalachia's Doctor Deficit - a Pennsylvania Solution (1978); Mid-Level Practitioners in Rural Health Care - a Three-Year Experience in Appalachia (1978); Appalachian Views - Two New York Physician Assistants Speak (1981); Matching Doctors and Communities (1982); Physician Shortage in Kentucky, 1930-1980 (1982); More on Identifying the Rural Community - How About Who is Rural Rather than What is Rural? (1982); Ethnographers in Their Own Cultures - Two Appalachian Cases (1981) Booklets: Trends in the Number and Distribution of Medical Doctors in Kentucky (1958); Where Have All the Doctors Gone? - Changes in the Geographic Location of Physicians and Hospital Beds in Kentucky, 1949-72 (1976) , 1958 - 198199-187Articles: Organizing Child Development Programs (1970); New Hope for the Newborn (1972); Kids With a C - CIDS, Comprehensive Interdisciplinary Developmental Services, Inc. (1973); Infants and Mothers 3, Mortality 0 (1979) Research Notes (4 sets), 1970 - 197999-190Articles: 'My Nerves are Busted' (1955); Certain Cultural Influences on a Group of Clinic Patients (1958) [2 copies]; Pre-Morbid Adjustment and Family Structure - a Comparison of Selected Rural and Urban Schizophrenic Men (1961); Role Perception - a Comparative Study of Good and Poor Premorbid Schizophrenic Men (1964); Prognosis and Progress - a Five-Year Study of Forty-Eight Schizophrenic Men (1964); Conversion Hysteria in Appalachia (1969); Mental Health in Appalachia - an Emerging Problem (1975) Papers: 'Neurotic Symptoms' in an Industrial Population (1964); Cultural Factors in Conversion Hysteria (1965); Research on Mental Health in Appalachia (1966) Other: Notes and interview discussing nerves Research Notes (5 sets), 1955 - 197599-188Articles: Research Notes: Procedures Used in the Preparation of a Medical Service Area Map for North Carolina (1952); Census Data and Health Planning: a Computerized Data Profile System for West Virginia (1973); Health Planning in Appalachia: Conflict Resolution in a Community Hospital (1974); Substate Districts and Comprehensive Health Planning Agencies (1976); untitled Research Notes (1 set), 1952 - 197699-1891 Bibliographies: Selected Readings for Health Professionals Working in Appalachia (6 copies) Other: Appalshop - War on Poverty, Twentieth Anniversary , n.d.99-191Appalachian Notes (1973) Research Notes (19 sets), 197399-192Articles: An Important Gap in History; Some Frontier Origins of Southern Appalachian Culture; Appalachia's People; The Louisville and Nashville Railroad, 1950-1942; Early Settlement and Land Use in the Present Toccoa Experimental Forest; Railroad Recollections; Scandal at Gauley Bridge; Anglo-Saxon vs. Scotch-Irish; The Cultural Heritage of the Blue Ridge; Appalachia in the American Revolution; An Outline History of Appalachian America; Comprising with Nature (date span 1943-1978) Harper's Ferry in Pictures - Bruce Roberts (1963) Appalachian Notes (1974) Various chapters of an unidentified book, 1943 - 197899-193Research Notes (35 sets), n.d. 99-194Research Notes, n.d.99-195Articles: Appalachian States Form Housing Corporations - North Carolina's Proposal (1969); Mobile Homes - 'Tin Boxes' or a Housing Solution? (1971); Decent Housing - the Unmet Agenda (1977); Who Will Build the Houses? Mississippi's Answer (1977); Housing in Appalachia, Part 2 (1979) Mountain Life & Work Special Issue - Housing in Appalachia - 1979 (complete issue) A Proposal for a Research Project for Housing Rehabilitation in Eastern Kentucky, 1969 - 197999-196Articles: Rural Family Health in a Selected County in Kentucky (1949); Mountain Funerals (1961); Some Behavioral Factors in the Control of Tuberculosis in a Rural County (1962); Medical Supervision in a Nonhospitalized Tuberculous Population (1964); Community Health in a Mountain Neighborhood (1964); Behavioral Factors Affecting Medical Supervision of Nonhospitalized Tuberculous Patients (1965); A Unique Learning Experience - Community Health in a Rural Area (1967); Community Health Work in Southern Appalachia (1966); Sociomedical Approaches to Community Health Programs (1966); Funeral in Appalachia (1967); Problems in Patient-Doctor Communications (1967); Physicians' Attitudes of Omnipotence in a University Hospital (1969); Determination of Health Care Priorities and Expectations Among Rural Consumers (1969); Factors Affecting Non-Participation in a County-Wide Tuberculin Testing Program in Southern Appalachia (1970); Health Knowledge and Symptom Perception - a Study of a Rural Kentucky County (1970); Facing Rural Health Problems (1970); Welfare Rights (1971); Mountain Health Care - Politics, Power, and Profits (1971); Time and Distance - the Journey for Medical Care (1973); Death, Funeral and Bereavement Practices in Appalachian and Non-Appalachian Kentucky (1976); Citizens Seek Representation as New Health Structure Forms (1976); A Study of the Health and Sickness Behavior of Selected Adults in Southeastern Kentucky (1978), 1949 - 197899-197Papers: Appalachia - Health Practices and Programs; Perceived Relationships Among Physical Symptoms; Some Behavioral Factors in the Control of Tuberculosis in a Rural County; Where Kentuckians Seek Hospital Services (1975); Society and Health in a Mountain Community - Working Paper (1961); Poverty as an Obstacle to Health Progress in Rural Areas (1964), 1961 - 197599-198Papers: Focus for Conflict - Southern Mountain Medical Beliefs in Detroit (1968) [includes prepared comments by Pearsall] List of ailments and remedies 2 folk songs: 'I was born three months before I's due'; 'Every time I get a little headache' Research Notes (8 sets) , [1968]99-201Accidents and Illnesses: Case Examples - 56 p. of notes (1959-1960) Clippings (date span: 1959-1960) Liza Adams (5 p.) Mrs. William Brock (5 p.) Phronie (4 p.) Chris Witt (3 p.) List of ailments (3 p.) Community and Neighborhood Map, 1950, 1950 - 196099-202Contains clippings of 20 birth announcements (date span: 1959-1960), 1959 - 196099-622Clippings (date span: 1959-1960), 1959 - 196099-203Clippings (date span: 1959-1963), 1959 - 196399-204Contains letters between Pearsall and contacts at the Leslie County Hospital and the Frontier Nursing Service, and letters between Pearsall and various colleagues discussing research projects about Leslie County health care and FNS. Includes maps and a health questionnaire; 2 articles - The 'Baby Blues' - a Cultural Phenomenon?; Ruth Beeman is New Dean of FNS School, 1959 - 198099-205Clippings (date span: 1959-1960), 1959 - 196099-206Clippings (date span: 1959-1960), 1959 - 196099-207Clippings (date span: 1959-1960), 1959 - 196099-208Clippings (date span: 1959-1965) 3 p. of notes, 1959 - 196599-199Papers: The Disease Pattern in 30 Eastern Kentucky Counties (1960); Reconnaissance Survey - Leslie County, Kentucky including the City of Hyden (1971) Pamphlets / Booklets: DES Medical Assistance Information Pamphlet - Kentucky Public Assistance Benefits - Medical Assistance Program (1968) [2 copies]; DES AABD Information Pamphlet - Kentucky Public Assistance Benefits for the Aged, Blind, Disabled (1969) [2 copies]; Family Special Disease Plan insurance info; MCHC - Quality Health Care for Residents of Letcher, Knott, Leslie & Perry Counties Lecture Schedules: F.N.I. Pediatric Lecture Schedule, October Class 1973 (2 copies); Frontier Family Nursing Program - First Trimester - Diagnosis and Management - October 1973 (2 copies) Personal Policies and Procedures Manual - April 1, 1973-March 31, 1974 (2 handwritten copies) Research Notes (1 set), 1960 - 197499-200Frontier Nursing Service (FNS) Materials: Encounter Form Weekly Summary of Duties chart Telephone Directory Papers: FNS - an Historical Perspective (2 copies); Frontier Nursing Service, Incorporated (2 copies); Goals of the Frontier Nursing Service Physician Staff (2 copies) Set of notes documenting a meeting discussing the goals of the FNS and how they could be met (1973) Announcements (August 14, 1973, Wendover, KY) Who's Who (July 31, 1973) Frontier Nursing Service, Inc. Information for Registered Nurses (2 copies) Invitation to dedication of the Mary Breckinridge Hospital and Frontier Nursing Clinical Training Center (1975) Mountain Comprehensive Health Corp., Wooton Family Health Center Materials: Family Registration Form Encounter Record Sheet Wooton Family Health Center pamphlet and Clinic Schedule (2 copies) Other: Thursday Experience - FNI (2 copies); Telephone Extension Numbers; Inventory of Campbells pharmacy; Biographical Sketches of Students (2 copies); questionnaire; Wooton data charts; Family Nurse Practitioner Quarter Introduction (2 copies); Local Regional Resources - Leslie County 1973 (2 copies); Appalachia Heritage Week bulletin (2 copies); 1970 Census Figures for Two of the Three Major Census Districts of Leslie County, 1973 - 19751010-209Clippings (date span: 1959-1960), 1959 - 19601010-214Leslie County Field Notes 1973-74 (pp. 112-215), 1973 - 19741010-215Leslie County Field Notes 1973-74 (pp. 1-111), 1973 - 19741010-216Hyden Hospital Clinic (Laurie Cross) [original and copy], Sarah Stiles notes (original and copy), and notes on an FNS Family Nursing Workshop held in 1972, 1973 - 19741010-21714 pages of notes (1959-1960), 1959 - 19601010-218Dentists (4 p.) Conditions and Practices (4 p.) Teeth (5 p.), 19591010-219Dr. Beasley (7 p.) Dr. Bowling (8 p.) Dr. Schaeffer (6 p.), 19601010-2205 p. of notes (1959-1960), 1959 - 19601010-22126 p. of notes (1959-1960), 1959 - 19601010-222"Country" Doctors - 2 p. of notes (1959) "Country" Midwives - 2 p. of notes Herb and "Power" Doctors - 2 p. of notes, 19591010-210Contains pp. 1-154 of notes (including diagrams, questionnaires, etc.), 19591010-211Contains pp. 155-300 of notes, 19591010-212Contains pp. 1-92, C1-C63 of notes; one letter to Mr. William R. Miller (1963), 1960 - 19631010-213Contains miscellaneous notes, many of which refer to previous field notes, n.d.1010-22315 p. of notes (1959-1960), 1959 - 19601010-224Medical Attitudes & Beliefs: Local - 56 p. of notes (1959-1960) Medical and Social Attitudes & Beliefs: Professional - 53 p. of notes (1959-1969), 1959 - 19691010-22516 p. of notes (1959-1960), 1959 - 19601010-226Herb Remedies - 5 p. of notes (1959-1960) Home Remedies Other Than Herbs, Including Patent Medicines - 8 p. of notes (1959-1960) 14 p. of various plants / herbs - F.N.S. Quarterly Bulletin, v.39, no.3, 1964, 1959 - 19641010-227Date span: 1959-1963 Hospital Listings and Codes (7 p.) Cutshin Clinic (8 p.) Hazard Miners Memorial Hospital (3 p.) Home Place Hospital (5 p.) Hyden Hospital (10 p.) Lexington, Louisville, Cincinnati, & Hospitals in Tennessee (8 p.) Manchester Maternity Hospital Mt. Mary Hospital (3 p.) Oneida Hospital (5 p.) Pine Mountain Clinic Red Bird (13 p.) U.M.W. - Hazard and Harlan (3 p.) Other (9 p.) General Information (booklet) 2 postcards - Red Bird Hospital (Beverly, KY); Red Bird Mission Hospital, Queensdale Center (Beverly, KY), 1959 - 19631010-22813 p. of notes (1959-1960), 1959 - 19601010-22951 p. of notes (1959-1960), 1959 - 19601010-23019 pages of field notes (1959), 19591010-23137 p. of notes (1959-1960), 1959 - 19601010-232Martha Cornett (23 p.) Bridget Gallagher (15 p.) Jean Hammond (14 p.) Loraine Kuhns (9 p.) Jean Tolk (6 p.), 19591010-233Field Notes (11 p.), n.d.1010-234Eyes - 4 p. of notes (1959-1960) Worms - 2 p. of notes (1959-1960) Crippled Children (Cases and Service) - 10 p. of notes, 1959 - 19601010-235Polio field notes, 3 p. (1959-1960) Poliomyelitis field notes, 17 p. (1959-1960) Research notes - 3 sets (1949-1956) Class notes, "Health and Society", Fall 1961 (18 p.) Class notes (9 p.) Frontier Nursing Service Quarterly Bulletin, Winter 1963 (See polio immunization article, "Confluence Revisited" by Anne Cundle), 1949 - 19631010-23629 p. of notes (1959-1960), 1959 - 19601010-2373 p. of notes (1959), 19591010-2389 p. of field notes (1959-1960), 1959 - 19601010-23914 p. of notes (1959-1960), 1959 - 19601010-2407 p. of notes (1959-1960), 1959 - 19601010-24127 p. of notes (1959-1960) 2 postcards: Church, School, Gymnasium, Maintenance Shop / Red Bird Mission - Beverly, KY; Dormitory / Red Bird Mission/Beverly, KY, 1959 - 19601010-2425 p. of notes (1959-1960), 1959 - 19601010-24314 p. of notes (1959-1960), 1959 - 19601010-244Movies - 2 p. of field notes (1959-1960) Notice of County Events - 6 p. of notes (1959-1960) Private Means (Car, Truck, Jeep, Horse and Mule, Walking) - 20 p. of notes (1959-1960) Public Means (Railroad, Bus, Taxi, Hired Vehicle) - 2 p. of notes (1959-1960) Radio and Television - 3 p. of notes (1959-1960) Reading - 4 p. of notes (1959-1960) Roads - 14 p. of notes (1959-1960) Telephones - 3 p. of notes (1959-1960), 1959 - 19601010-24512 p. of notes (1959), 19591010-246Field notes by Pearsall's research assistant Donna, June 1959 (34 p.); Field notes, March-August 1959 - unknown author (25 p.); The Frontier Nursing Service: a Report for Community Development - H. David Tuggle, January 1963; Research Notes (3 sets), 1959 - 19631010-247Report on the Tenth Thousand Confinements and on the First Thousand Confinements of FNS, Inc. (1958) FNS: Thirty Years Onward, 1925-1955 Article: Schweitzer's World (1965) Various articles taken from FNS Quarterly Bulletin - date span 1937-1965, 1937 - 19651010-24811 black and white postcards of photographs Newspaper clippings - date span 1959-1965 Article: Africa - Albert Schweitzer: an Anachronism (1963), 1959 - 19651010-249Clippings (date span: 1959-1965) X-Ray Flier Leslie County Health Department, Hyden, Kentucky - Annual Report 1958-1959 Leslie County Health Department, Hyden, Ky. - Annual Report 1959-1960, 1959 - 19651010-250Clippings (date span: 1959-1962) 5 postcards, 1959 - 19621010-251Field Notes: Health Conditions - Old Days (4 p.); Health Services - History (11 p.) Date span 1959-1960 Article: Tomorrow's Child - Eunice K.M. Ernst (1979), 1959 - 19791111-252A Community Analysis of Hyden, Kentucky - Eugene W. Howard, Rural Sociology 160 (before 1957), [1957]1111-253Contains "Leslie County Manuscript" 1959-1960 material Healthways in a Southern Appalachian County (2 copies) The Health Equation: a Behavioral Approach to the Control of Communicable Diseases - Marion Pearsall KPHA Health Education Section, April 10, 1963, 1959 - 19631111-254Clippings (date span: 1959-1960), 1959 - 19601111-255Clippings (date span: 1959-1960), 1959 - 19601111-256[1950-60] Trends in Health Needs, Facilities, and Practices of the People of Rural Kentucky Petition for Grant-in-Aid Healthways in a Southern Appalachian County Rural Health in Kentucky Geography and Settlement Pattern in Relation to the Provision and Use of Health Facilities Appalachia: Health Practices and Programs Cultural Regions of Kentucky Misc., [1950 - 1960]1111-257Clippings (dates span: 1959-1960), 1959 - 19601111-258Churches, Religious Meetings, Preachers - 27 p. of field notes (1959-1960) 2 postcards: Beverly Church, Red Bird Mission; Red Bird Mission Welcome 3 booklets: Our Kentucky Highland Mission (1952); That They May Know Him 3 maps: Kentucky Highland Churches (1959); Queendale Beverly, Ky. (1959) 3 pamphlets: Red Bird Settlement School; Tell It on the Mountains; Handicraft Products by Kentucky Highland Mission, 1952 - 19601111-259Clippings (date span: 1959-1960), 1959 - 19601111-260Clippings (date span: 1959-1961), 1959 - 19611111-2618 p. of field notes (1959-1960) Tuberculosis Facilities - 9 p. of notes, county statistics 2 case studies: Barger Branch (2 p.), Pennington (4 p.) Tuberculin Testing - 2 p. of notes Tuberculosis Rates - 2 p. of notes Martha Cornett: General - 2 p. of notes Something Old and Something New about Tuberculosis Control in Kentucky (1959), 1959 - 19601111-262Clippings (date span: 1959-1960), 1959 - 19601111-263Clippings (date span: 1959-1960), 1959 - 19601111-264Clippings (date span: 1959-1960), 1959 - 19601111-265Articles: Natural Increase and Migration of Kentucky Population - 1920 to 1935 (1939); Mobility and Fertility Rates of Rural Families in Robertson and Johnson Counties, Kentucky, 1918-1941 (1943) [2 copies]; Fertility Rates and Migration of Kentucky Population, 1920 to 1940, as Related to Communication, Income, and Education (1944); Rural People in the City - a Study of the Socio-Economic Status of 297 Families in Lexington, Kentucky (1945); Urban Adjustment of Rural Migrants - a Study of 297 Families in Lexington, Kentucky, 1942 (1946); Mobility of Rural Population - a Study of Changes in Residence and Occupation in Two Types of Rural Communities (1947); Report of a Workshop on the Southern Mountaineer in Cincinnati (1954); Migration Within Kentucky, 1935-40 (1954); The Mountain Man in Northern Industry (1955); From Cinder Hollow to Cincinnati (1956); Migration Patterns of the Rural-Farm Population, Thirteen Economic Regions of the United States, 1940-1950 (1957); Migration from a Southern Appalachian Community (1958), 1939 - 19581111-266Articles: Migration Myths (1960); When Cultures Meet (1962); Sociocultural Origins and Migration Patterns of Young Men from Eastern Kentucky (1963); Appalachian Migrants and the Need for a National Policy (1971); Responsiveness to Local Economic Conditions in the Ozarks (1974); The Invisible Urban Appalachian (1974); High Weeds in Detroit - the Irregular Economy Among a Network of Appalachian Migrants (1977); Appalachians in Atlanta (1978) Papers: Participation in Neighborhood Life by Urban Appalachian Children (1979); Migration Myths (1960) Peoples Appalachia, Vol. 2, No. 3, July, 1972 - complete issue Mountain Life & Work Special Issue: Urban Appalachians, September 1983 - complete issue Mountain Life & Work Special Issue: Urban Appalachians, August 1976 - complete issue, 1960 - 19831111-267Research Notes (18 sets) Correspondence, 1974-1980 (concerning Pearsall's various research projects), 1974 - 19801111-268Contains Pearsall's notes and research, n.d.1111-269Articles: Unions and Jobs - Health Hazard at FMC (1974); Brown Lung Organizing (1975); The Breathless Cotton Workers (1977); Coughing Up Support in the Carolinas (1977); OSHA Weighs Costs Against Health - Industry Attacks Cotton Dust Standard (1981); Hundreds Picket and Rally in Washington - Millworkers Defend Cotton Dust Standard (1981); Disabled Workers Struggle for Right to Breathe (1982) Mountain Life & Work Special Issue on Mountain Textiles: Working Conditions, Health Hazards (Brown Lung), Hard Times - April 1973 (complete issue) Mountain Life & Work Special Issue: Southern Textile Workers - April, 1977 (complete issue) Mountain Life & Work Special Issue: Southern Textile Workers - September 1978 (complete issue) , 1974 - 19821111-270Articles: The Truth about Eastern Kentucky (1955); Coal Strike - What is the Real Issue? (1959); The Strange Romance Between John L. Lewis and Cyrus Eaton (1961); Strip Mining - Kentucky Begins to Close the Reclamation Gap (1965); Strip Mining in East Kentucky - the Same Yet Different (1967); The Interior's Report on Surface Mining (1967); Mineral Resources of the Appalachian Region (1968); Fatalism or the coal Industry? (1970); In the Valley of the Shadows - Kentucky (1971); The Coal Miner's Struggle in Eastern Kentucky (1972); The Cost of Coal (1974); Documents Relating to the Broad Form Deed (1974); 1974 Collection Bargaining (1974); Forecast - Doubled Coal Production in Appalachia (1975); Company Stores Thrive (1975); The Mystique if Coal Mining (1976); Stripmining - Stop Amax (1976); Stripmining - Community Damaged by Strippers (1976); Black Lung (1980); The Coal Export Market (1981); Four December Mine Disasters Kill 25 (1982); 1974 Coal Contract, 1955 - 19821111-271Mountain Life & Work Special Issue: 1974 Coal Contract - Time for All Appalachian People to Demand (October 1974) [complete issue] Mountain Life & Work Special: Mine Worker's Convention (October 1976) [complete issue] Appalachia complete issues: March 1968 (Vol. 1, No. 7) [copy] February-March 1972 (Vol. 5, No. 4) Peoples Appalachia complete issue (September-October 1971 - Vol. 2, No. 1) Environmental Action complete issue (April 10, 1976) Booklets: Southern Newsletter - Crisis in the Coalfields (1959); Kentucky's Ravaged Land, It's People, and Its Hope (1964); Dollars for Duke Power, Hell for Harlan County Newspaper sections: Mission to Appalachia - Berea Course Helps Northerners Understand Migrants (1964); Appalachia Migrants Find Life (Or is It 'Make'?) Life Miserable in Chicago 'Ghetto' (1964) , 1959 - 19761111-272Contains 9 sets of notes, n.d.1111-273Articles: Life in Appalachia - the Case of Hugh McCaslin; Mine Safety - an Unresolved Issue (1969); Acid Mine Drainage - an Expensive Problem to Solve (1969); Mine Where Tragedy Occurred Cited Earlier for Violations (1970); 39 Believed Killed in Hyden Coal Mine Explosion (1970); Nunn Pays Tribute to Miners' Families (1971); Disaster at Hyden (1971); 38 Miners' Bodies Recovered (1971); Public Policy and Accidents (1971); Hyden - the Hearings (1971); Health Services for Miners (1972); Health and Safety on the Job in Appalachia's Industries (1972); Buffalo Creek (1973); Scotia - Who's to Blame? (1976); Scotia Families Sue Blue Diamond - Damages Sought for 24 Children (1976); Scotia - Mine Unsealed, Recovery Begins (1976); Scotia - the Last of 26 Funerals (1976); New Federal Academy in Appalachia (1977); After Disasters and Years of Revision, Mine Safety Law Enacted (1977); Two Mining Disasters in Virginia (1978); 1977 Black Lung Benefits Act (1978); Government Requires Oxygen Self-Rescuers (1978); Underground Coal Miners Test New Self-Rescuers (1980); West Virginia Mine Disaster Kills Five (1980); Mine Fatality Rate Escalates (1980); Rescuers Delayed (1981); Black Lung Protest Draws Thousands to Washington (1981); Families Testify in Washington for Mine Safety (1982); Down Solid - the Origins and Development of the Black Lung Insurgency (1983), 1969 - 19831111-274Mountain Life & Work 1980 Index, Volume 56, 1925 Mountain Life & Work partial issues: May 1976 September 1980 February 1982 October 1982 Mountain Life & Work complete issues: June 1976 February-March 1978 May 1983 (2 copies) The Miner's Voice, Vol. 2, No. 3, February-March 1971 - A Special Issue on the Hyden, Kentucky, Mine Disaster (complete issue), 1971 - 19821111-275Papers: Dust Monitoring and Control in the Underground Coal Mines of Eastern Kentucky (1978) Research Notes (2 copies), 19781111-276Booklet: Pregnant and Mining - a Handbook for Pregnant Miners (1982) Articles: Granny Hager - in Memory and Honor (1975); Women Miners Face Special Hazards (1982); Pittston Explosion Kills Seven Miners (1983) Paper: Personal Protective Equipment in the Mining Industry - a Survey of Women Miners (1981) Mountain Life & Work Special Issue - Women Coal Miners (July / August 1979), 1975 - 19821111-277Articles: A Study of Health Care Services and Facilities n the Southern Appalachians (1956); Community Health in a Mountain Neighborhood (1964); Intestinal Helminthes in Eastern Kentucky - a Survey in Three Rural Counties (1965); The Air in Appalachia - Air Pollution and Plant Location (1970); The Relation Between Social Class and Functional Status - a New Look at the Drift Hypothesis (1976); Natural Hazards in Appalachia (1978); The Blue People of Troublesome Creek (1982) Other: Tuberculosis Chart Series, 1960 Edition; Tuberculosis Chart Series for Kentucky, 1961 Edition; Health Problems of Older Persons in Selected Rural and Urban Areas of Kentucky (1961), 1956 - 19821111-2781961 Campbell House Conference (copy of Pearsall's lecture) Research Notes (23 sets), 19611111-279Article: The Literature of the Southern Appalachian Mountains (Wilma Dykeman Stokely) Bibliography Notes (8 sets), n.d.1111-280Articles: The Smaller Outbuildings of the Southern Mountains; The Appalachian Log Cabin; The Old Barns of Appalachia (date span 1963-1965) Notes (4 sets), 1963 - 19651111-281Articles: Rhythm and Melody in Mountain Speech; The "R" in Mountain Speech; The Content of Mountain Speech; Verbs in Mountaineer Speech; Mountaineers Mind Their Manners; Metaphor in Mountain Speech (3 pts.); Prepositions in Mountain Speech; Subtlety in Mountain Speech XI; Folk Speech is English, Too (date span 1961-1970) Notes (3 sets), 1961 - 19701111-282Research Notes (17 sets) Paper - "The Ethos of a Kentucky Mountain Neighborhood" (James S. Brown), n.d.1111-283Article: The Mountaineer and the Cowboy - Robert F. Munn (1962), 19621212-285Articles: Last of the Rugged Individualists (1960); Political Conservatism, Alienation, and Fatalism - Contingencies of Social Status and Religious Fundamentalism (1964) Papers: Conservatism in a Southern Appalachian Neighborhood (Pearsall); Values and Occupational Choice Research Notes (2 sets), 1960 - 19641212-284Research Notes (34 sets), n.d.1212-286Articles: The Costs of Malnutrition (1969); Nonprofessionals Teach Nutrition to Low-Income Families in Maryland (1971) Papers: Experiences in the Role of Applied Researcher - the Summer of 1978 (1978); Findings of the 1978 Infant Nutrition Survey (1978); Food Patterns and Nutritional Change in Southeastern Kentucky (1978) 1 Bibliography (1981?) Research Notes (6 sets), 1969 - 19781212-2873 sets of patient notes, numbered 65-67, 1963 - 19641212-2883 sets of patient notes, numbered 55-57, 1963 - 19641212-2895 sets of patient notes, numbered 58-62, 1963 - 19641212-29037 sets of patient notes, numbered 1-38 (#8 omitted), 1963 - 19641212-29255 sets of patient notes, numbered 68-123, 1963 - 19641212-291Compiled statistics and a list of patients, 1963 - 19641212-2931 set of patient notes, numbered 54, 1963 - 19641212-29415 sets of patient notes, numbered 8, 39-48, 50-53, 1963 - 19641212-2953 sets of notes, numbered 49, 63, and 64, 1963 - 19641212-296Articles: Poverty Stalks the Small Farmer (1955); The Recession is Far from Over in the Southern Mountains (1958); Region in Need - the Appalachian South (1959); A Hard Look at Tomorrow (1960); Land of Broken Bootstraps (1961); "A Pale-Face Reservation" (1963); A "Mountain Boy" Speaks Up (1963); The Permanent Poor - the Lesson of Eastern Kentucky (1964); Appalachia - Realities of Deprivation (1965); The Nature of Appalachian Unemployment (1970); Systematic Indicators of Regional Poverty (1972) Charts: Appalachia - Resident Population, Income, Employment, by States; War on Poverty - Funds Obligated, 1965 to 1970 Papers: Income and Poverty in Kentucky 1959-1976 - a Comparative County-Level Analysis (1979); The Battle of Appalachia - Reviewing the War on Poverty (1981), 1955 - 19811212-297Map: Poor Families as Percent of All Families - Counties of Eleven Southern States, 1969 Report: Report of the Special Committee on Unemployment Problems (1960) Research Notes (7 sets) Booklets: Poverty and Affluence / Appalachian Wonderland; Forms and Scope of Poverty in Kentucky Magazine: Mountain Life & Work, 50 Year Anniversary - January, 1937 (complete issue), 1937 - 19691212-298Articles: Religious Organization in Kentucky (1948); Rural Churches in Kentucky, 1947 (1949); Social Class, Intermarriage, and Church membership in a Kentucky Community (1951); Nakedness in Ozark Folk Belief (1953); Today's Religious Leadership in One County (1957); Status, Residence, and Fundamentalist Religious Beliefs in the Southern Appalachians (1960); The Snake-Handling Sect of Harlan County, Kentucky - It's Influence on Folk Tradition (1963); clipping - Snake Handlers are Convicted in Virginia (1968); Prospects for Religious Change in the Appalachian South (1964); The Serpent-Handling Religions of West Virginia (1968); The Serpent-Handling Religions of West Virginia (1971); Holy Ghost People - the Snake-Handlers of Southern Appalachia (1974); The Battle of the Books (1975); Preachers Versus Teachers - Local-Cosmopolitan Conflict over Textbook Censorship in an Appalachian Community (1977); The Kanawha County Textbook Controversy - a Study of the Politics of life Style Concern (1978) Reports: Inquiry Report - Kanawha County, West Virginia - a Textbook Study in Cultural Conflict (1975); Report of the Survey Committee for Pittman Center (1954); Appalachian Center Research Report 6, West Virginia University - Religion in an Appalachian State Letter from Vance Randolph concerning "backwoods religion", 1951, 1949 - 19781212-299Research Notes (15 sets), n.d. 1212-300Articles: Education for All (1952); Bookmobiles Bring Mohammed to the Mountains (1959); The Discovery of the World (1959); Values and Occupational Choice (1960); Education as a Cultural Bridge between Eastern Kentucky and the Great Society (1962); Delinquent Behavior in Mountain Youth (1963); The School and Politics (1966); Education and Regional Development (1967); Early Childhood Education: A Priority Need (1968); The Role of Educational Television in Appalachia (1968); Youth Leadership Development Program Emerges (1969); An Appalachian Teacher Survey Indicates Needs and Strengths (1970); A Look at Vocational Education in Appalachia (1970); Note on the Impact of Increase Educational Funds in Lagging Areas (1971); Language Learning and Teaching in Appalachia (1971); A Survey of the Enrollment in Appalachian Institutions of Higher Education (1972); Settlement Institutions in Appalachia: Early Benefactors Turn to New Areas of Service (1972); Sociocultural Factors and the Level of Occupational Aspiration of Appalachian Youth (1972); Financing Public Education in Appalachia (1973); Cooperation = Response-ability in Southeastern Kentucky Libraries (1973); A Regional Resource: Appalachian Campuses (1975); A Checklist and Purchase Guide for School and Community Libraries in Appalachia (n.d.) Other: Seeking a People Partnership: Challenges by Perley Ayer, collection of speeches, published by the Council of the Southern Mountains (1969), 1952 - 19751212-301Reports and Bulletins: The Educational Attainment and Future Plans of Kentucky Rural Youths, Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin No. 664 (1959); Sociocultural Factors and the Career Aspirations and Plans of Rural Kentucky High School Seniors, Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station Progress Report 94 (1960) Other: Issue of mountain life and work, the Magazine of the Appalachian South: Special Education Issue, January 1972; 10 sets of typewritten notes on various articles / books, 1959 - 19721212-302Rural School Improvement Project Report 1953-1957, the Fund for the Advancement of Education and Berea College (1958); Special School Tax Elections-Some Kentucky Experiences, Bureau of School Service (College of Education) Bulletin Vol. 36, No. 3 (1964), 1958 - 19641212-303Research Notes (15 sets), n.d. 1212-304The Atlanta Economic Review, Vol. V, No. 9, September, 1955: "The Impact of a New Industry on the Life-ways of Workers in the Industrial Piedmont" Book Reviews Research Notes (8 sets), 19551212-305Articles: Recreation Areas Designated in Appalachian Highlands (1968); The Market for Recreation in the Appalachian Highlands (1970); clipping - To the People of Tennessee - W.B. Townsend, President of the Little River Lumber Co., Makes a Statement in Regard to the National Park (1929) Reports: A Progress Report on Advertising and Tourist Promotion in Eastern Kentucky (1964); A Progress Report on Tourism and Recreation Development in Eastern Kentucky (1964); A Summary of Research Projects and Printed Materials on Tourism and Recreation Development in Eastern Kentucky (1964) Research Notes (3 sets), 1964 - 19701212-306Articles: The Medical, Health and Hospital Program of the U.M.W.A. Welfare and Retirement Fund (1950); Group Health Plans in Coal Mining Communities (1963); Appalachian Regional Hospitals Serve the Mountain Area (1965); Appalachian Regional Hospitals Healthy After Uncertain Start (1968); Low-Income Consumers Try to Present 22 Questions to ARH Board (1975); Government and Health - the Significance of the Coal Strike and Contract in Retrospect (1979) Papers: Quality of Medical Care in the Miners Memorial Hospital Association (1959); The Organization of Rural Health Services (1971); ARH Health Planning Proposal - Featherwood / Blackey Area (1973) Pamphlets: Appalachian Regional Hospitals (also contains inner pamphlet) Booklets: Appalachian Regional Hospitals 1972 - a Model Rural Non-Profit Health Care System; Miners Memorial Hospital Association School of Professional Nursing (contains 4 loose leaves); Miners Memorial Hospital School of Medical Technology, Beckley Memorial Hospital, Beckley, West Virginia Research Notes (14), 1950 - 1979Health Issues1212-307Articles: Do Cancer Patients Want to be Told? (1950); Problem of Delay in Seeking Surgical Care (1956); What to Tell Cancer Patients (1961); Public Response to Cancer Screening and Detection Programs (1963); Cancer Mortality and Religious Preference (1965); Survey of Beliefs about Cancer Detection and Taking Papanicolaou Tests (1965); 'Watch with Me' (1965); Clinical Research is the Best Medicine (1972); Esphageal Cancer in the Caspian Littoral of Iran - Initial Studies (1972); Principles and Practice of the Relief of Pain in Terminal Cancer (1972); National Cancer Plan - the Wheel and the Issues Go Round (1973); Estrogen Drugs - Do they Increase the Risk of Cancer? (1976); From the Molecular Biology of Oncogenic DNA viruses to Cancer (1976); Live the Pain, Learn the Hope - a Beginner's Guide to Cancer Counseling (1976); The Clonal Evolution of Tumor Cell Populations (1976); Estrogen Therapy - the Dangerous Road to Shangri-La (1976); Detection of the Early Warning Signs of Cancer by Community harmacists - an Evaluation of Training on Professional Behavior (1977); Harvard and Monsanto - the $23-Million Alliance (1977); Interpreting Cancer Survival Rates (1977); Biochemical Markers - Early Warning Signs of Cancer (1977); Ignorance in Not Bliss (1977); The Structure and Function of Histocompatibility Antigens (1977); New Look at Heroin Could Spur Better Medical Use of Narcotics (1977); Evaluation of Radiation Therapy for Bone Metastases - Pain Relief and Quality of Life (1977); The Genetics of Human Cancer (1978); Cancer (1978); Cohort Mortality for Prostatic Cancer Among United States Nonwhites (1978); Cancer and the Mind - How are They Connected? (1978); Malignant Neoplasms of Genetic Origin in Drosophila melanogaster (1978); Decrease of Human Serum Fucosyltransferase as an Indicator of Successful Tumor Therapy (1978); Prevention of Death from Metastases by Immune RNA Therapy (1978); Long-Term Effects of a Cancer Awareness Program for Community Pharmacists (1978); Chemotactic Responses of Tumor Cells to Products of Resorbing Bone (1979); Fighting Cancer - One Patient's Perspective (1979) [2 copies]; Changes in Physicians' Attitudes Toward Telling the Cancer Patient (1979); Cancer Metastasis (1979); Interferon (I) - on the Threshold of Clinical Application (1979); Nagasaki's Other Victims (1979); The Annual Pap Smear - an Idea Whose Time Has Gone? (1979); Oncology Services in United States (1979); The Epstein-Barr Virus (1979); Are Hair Dyes Safe? (1979); Bacterial Tests for Potential Carcinogens (1979); Ethical Decisions in the Care of a Patient Terminally Ill with Metastatic Cancer (1980); Clinical Radioimmunodetection of Cancer with Radioactive Antibodies to Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (1980); Dilemma in Cancer Treatment (1980); Government Says Cancer Rate is Increasing (1980); Human Monoclonal Antibody Against Forssman Antigen (1980); Natural Killer Cells Help Defend the Body (1980); Hatch Takes Over Senate Labor Committee (1981); Cancer Tests Look for a Passing Grade (1981); "Dr. Thymosin's" Remedy (1981); Tumor Viruses and the Kinase Connection (1981); The Cells that Would Not Die (1981); Interferon - No Magic Bullet Against Cancer (1981); The Causes of Cancer (1981); Ranking Animal Carcinogens - a Proposed Regulatory Approach (1981); Rational Approaches to Chemotherapy: Antisickling Agents (1981), 1950 - 19811212-308Articles: Tumors - a Mixed Bag of Cells (1982); Gene Transfer Yields Cancer Clues (1982); What Ever Happened to Interferon? (1982); Oncogenes (1982); Monoclonal Antibodies in Cancer (1982); The War on Cancer - Where do We Stand? (1982); Viruses and Leukemia (1982); "Cancer is Not Inevitable" (1982); Polycyclic Hydrocarbons and Cancer (1982); New Disease Baffles Medical Community (1982); Biological Diversity in Metastatic Neoplasms - Origins and Implications (1982); The Intimate Enemy (1982); Cell Bilogy Yields Clues to Lung Cancer (1982); Coagulation as a Common Thread in Disease (1982); EPA's High Risk Carcinogen Policy (1982); The Case of the Misplaced Gene (1982); Symptom Distress, Current Concerns and Mood Disturbance after Diagnosis of Life-Threatening Disease (1983); Do Tumor Promotes Affect DNA After All? (1983); Catching Cancer Strays (1983); Dietary Carcinogens and Anticarcinogens (1983); A Molecular Basis of Cancer (1983); Retinoblastoma - Clues to Human Oncogenesis (1984); The Challenge of Terminal Care; Cancer Chemotherapy Bibliographies: Annotated Bilbiography of Behavioral Research in Cancer (UK College of Medicine Behavioral Science Seminar, Psychology 790, Fall 1965); Readings on Cancer - an Annotated Bibliography (1976) Pamphlets / Booklets: Progress Against Cancer of the Bone; Progress Against Cancer of the colon and Rectum; Progress Against Cancer of the Lung; Cancer Learning Center - Materials and Services for Health Professionals; Cancer - What to Know, What to do About It (1972); Topics in Therapeutics 4 (1978); Treating Cancer (1978); NCI Patient Materials Catalog (1980) Papers: The symptomatic Treatment of Incurable Malignant Disease (1964) [2 copies] Research Notes (1 set) Other: What is Cancer? (Chapter 1 from Psychosocial Aspects of Cancer Patient Care - a Self-Instructional Text - Elizabeth A. Smith); Health Psychology - a Handbook (1979); letter, Cancer Chemotherapy (1983), 1964 - 19831212-309Articles: Laetrile: 'Quack' Cancer Remedy Still Brings Hope to Sufferes (1976); Laetrile at Sloan-Kettering: A Question of Ambiguity (1977); Laetrile: The Political Success of a Scientific Failure (1977); Notes From the Cancer Underground: Participation in the Laetrile Movement (1978); Death: The Psychotherapeutic Cure for Cancer (1979); Terminal and Safe (1980); Laetrile Brush Fire is Out, Scientists Hope (1981); Congenital Malformations Induced by Laetrile (1982), 1976 - 19821313-310Ephraim McDowell Community Cancer Network, Inc. brochures Educational Brochure Series on Classification and Staging of Malignant Tumors No. 1: Breast Cancer - an Introduction to Staging No. 2: The TNM System of Staging Malignant Tumors - Breast No. 3: Breast Cancer - a Self-Evaluation in Staging Educational Brochure Series No. 4: Early Diagnosis of Breast Cancer Educational Brochure Series on Testicular Neoplasms No. 7 McDowell Cancer News - complete issues v. II, no. 1, September 1977 v. III, no. 2, May 1978 (2 copies) v. III, no. 3, September 1978 v. III, no. 4, December 1978 v. IV, no. 1, June 1979 v. V, no. 1, February-May 1980 v. V, no. 2, Summer 1980 v. V, no. III, Fall 1981 Hospice in Kentucky - v. 1, no. 4, November 1979 (complete issue) Ephraim McDowell Community Cancer Network, Inc. - Annual Report 1978 Ephraim McDowell Community Cancer Network, Inc. brochures (1979) [2 copies] Bibliographies: books, journal articles, self-instructional materials in the Cancer Learning Center, nursing materials Other: Memo to UK Faculty from David M. Goldenberg concerning the McDowell Network Programs, 1975, 1975 - 19811313-311Articles: Human Organization Research - Field Relations and Techniques (1960); Public Health Problems and Behavioral Science - the Problems of Teamwork (1961); Can Only Scientists Make Government Science Policy (1964) 2 Papers: An Experience in Interdisciplinary Collaboration; Social Scientist and Social Practitioner (1957) 1 Bibliography: A Selected Annotated Bibliography on the Consultant Relationship with Groups Research Notes (20 sets), 1957 - 19641313-312Research Notes (68 sets), n.d.1313-313Paper: Cultural Aspects of Communication - I (1968), 19681313-314Papers / Reports: How to Conduct a Community Self-Survey of Health (1951); Design for Community Health Facilities Research (1950); Community Health Project - an Analysis of the Social Processes in Community Self-Studies (1951); Community Health Study - a Research Sponsored Jointly by the University of Alabama and the Health Information Foundation (1951); A Study of the Process of Community Health Improvement (1951); The Community Self-Survey as a Medium of Health Education; Social Structure and Community Self-Analysis 1 Bibliography, 1950 - 19511313-315Articles: The Roots of the Soviet Rural Social Structure (1951); Urbanization Without Breakdown - a Case Study (1952); Subsistence and Institutional System in a Norwegian Mountain Valley (1952); Land Settlement in Venezuela (1952); Tepoztlan Restudied - a Critique of the Folk-Urban Conceptualization of Social Change (1953); The Village in an Industrial World (1953); A Colono System and its Relation to Seasonal Labor Problems on a Costa Rican Hacienda (1953); The History of Cities in the Economically Advanced Areas (1955); The Colono System in Latin America (1955); Types of Latin American Peasantry - a Preliminary Discussion (1955); Culture Structure and Process - the Occurrence and Disappearance of Reciprocal Farm Labor (1956); Fragmentation of Holdings in Boyaca, Colombia (1956); Land Tenure among the Aborigines of Latin America (1956); A Proposed Schema of Latin-American Tenure Classes (1956); Aspects of Group Relations in a Complex Society - Mexico (1956), 1951 - 19561313-316Articles: Urban Centralization and Decentralization in Mexico (1956); Social Change in a Norwegian Valley Community (1957); Characteristics of the Rural Community in Northern Ireland (1953); Dowry and Inheritance in Modern Greece (1959); The Dyadic Contract - a Model for the Social Structure of a Mexican Peasant Village (1961); The Dyadic Contract in Tzintzuntzan, II - Patron-ClientRelationship (1963); Tourism, Tradition, and Acculturation - Weekendismo in a Mexican Village (1963); Lagging Emulation in Post-Peasant Society (1964); Treasure Tales, and the Image of the Static Economy in a Mexican Peasant Community (1964); Speech Forms and Perception of Social Distance in a Spanish-Speaking Mexican Village (1964); Cultural Responses to Expressions of Envy in Tzintzuntzan (1965); Population and Development in a Peruvian Community (1965); Euphemisms and Cultural Sensitivity in Tzintzuntzan (1965); Components of City Growth in Selected Latin American Countries (1968); The Passion Play in Maya Indian Communities (1968); Politics and Land Reform in Peru (1969); The Agricultural Economy of the Mennonite Settlers in Paraguay (1975); The Influence of Community Attachment on Geographic Mobility (1979) The American Behavioral Scientist, Vol. VIII, No. 7, March 1965 - complete issue, 1956 - 19791313-317Research Notes (9 sets), n.d.1313-319Articles: Dentistry and the Behavioral Sciences - the Convergence of Disciplines (1963); Role Behaviors in Two Dental Clinics - a Trial of Nadel's Criteria (1967); Dental Research - the Past Two Decades (1968) Research Notes (4 sets), 1963 - 19681313-318Articles: Dental Care Among Rural People in a Northwest Missouri County (1959); Extramural Experience as an Educational Methodology in Dentistry (1971); Dental Caries - Prospects for Prevention (1971); How to Judge a Dentist (1975); The Negotiated Diagnosis and Treatment of Occlusial Problems (1977); The Effects of Psychological Factors and Physical Trauma on Recovery from Oral Surgery (1980); Fluorides and the Changing Prevalence of Dental Caries (1982); Sugar and Dental Caries - a Review of Human Studies (1982) Papers: The Use of Fear Arousal in Dental Health Education (1964) Other: publications - Modifying Dental Attitudes through Community Programs - a Study of Selected Louisiana Rural Communities (1952), Parental Attitudes and dental Care for Children - a Study in Selected Rural Area of Louisiana (1948) Research Notes (25 sets), 1948 - 19821313-320Articles: Human Skeletons of Tehuacan (1965) Research Notes (19 sets), 19651313-321Articles: Diabetes - Epidemiology Suggests a Viral Connection (1975); Diabetes (III) - New Hormones Promise More Effective Therapy (1975); Diabetes Therapy - Can New Techniques Halt Complications? (1975); Diabetes Commission - Problem Severe, Therapy Inadequate (1976); Diabetic Retinopathy - New Ways to Prevent Blindness (1976); Hormone Receptors - New Clues to the Cause of Diabetes (1976); The Therapy of Diabetes (1979); The Cause of Diabetes (1979); clipping, Kentucky's Diabetes Rate Much Higher than Nation's Report Says (1980); Effects of Cyclosporine Immunosuppression in Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus of Recent Onset (1984) 1 set of notes, 1975 - 19841313-322Articles: Hereditary Fat-Metabolism Diseases; The Distribution of Certain Genes in the Old Order Amish (1964); Genetics and the Amish (1964); Genetic Studies of the Amish (1964); Pyruvate Kinase Deficient Hemolytic Anemia in an Amish Isolate (1965); Dwarfism in the Amish (1965); The Royal Hemophilia (1965); Chorioretinopathy with Hereditary Microcephaly (1966); Chromosomal abnormalities in the Human Population - Estimation of Rates Based on New Haven Newborn Study (1970); Prenatal Diagnosis of Genetic Disease (1971); Gene Therapy for Human Genetic Disease? (1972); Pretesting for Huntington's Disease (1973); Behavioral Implications of the Human XYY Genotype (1973); The Genetics of Hereditary Disorders of Blood Coagulation (1973); Biomedical Innovation, Uncertainty, and Doctor-Patient Interaction (1974); The Threat of Hemophilia (1974); Some Influences on Public Participation in a Genetic Screening Program (1975); XYY Genotype (1975); Tay-Sachs Disease - to Screen or Not to Screen? (1976); Criminality in XYY and XXY Men (1976); Huntington's Disease - Delayed Hypersensitivity in vitro to Human Central Nervous System Antigens (1977); Prenatal Diagnosis of Genetic Diseases (1977); University and Drug Firm Battle Over Billion-Dollar Gene (1980); Gene Transfer Moves Ahead (1980); The Overselling of Genetic Anxiety (1982); Impact of Genetic Manipulation on Society and Medicine (1983) Science Magazine, Vol. 209, No. 4463, 19 September, 1980 - Recombinant DNA (complete issue) Note: "Articles on PKU programs in American J. Public Health Vol. 72 (No. 12), 1983 - pp. 1320-21, pp. 1347-52, pp. 1386-90, pp.1396-1400, pp.1401-03", 1964 - 19831313-323Articles: Lactase Deficiency: An Example of Dietary Evolution (1971); Lactose and Lactase (1972); One Mans' Food Is Another Man's Whitewash (1972); Did Persistence of Intestinal Lactase into Adult Life Originate on the Arabian Peninsula? (1978); Biology and Culture Meet in Milk (1980), 1971 - 19801313-324Article: Leprosy Vaccine Trials to Begin Soon (1982) Papers: A Theory of Leprosy Stigma and Professionalization of the Patient Role - Adaptation to a Chronic and Uncertain Illness; Behavioral Research in Chronic Disease - a Study of Leprosy (1963); Strategies in the Management of Stigma - Concealing and Revealing by Leprosy Patients in the United States (1965); Stigma and the Leprosy Phenomenon - the Social History of a Disease (1968), 1963 - 19821313-325Articles: Cinchona and Malaria in Pre-Columbian South America (1948); Malaria (1962); Cooley's Anemia: Special Treatment for Another Ethnic Disease (1972); Malaria: Successful Immunization Against the Sexual Stages of Plasmodium gallinaceum (1976); Malaria and Progress: Some Historical and Ecological Consideration (1975); Malaria and the Political Economy of Public Health (1977); Malaria: Resurgence in Research Brightens Prospects (1977); Chloroquine Resistance Produced in vitro in an African Strain of Human Malaria (1978); review of Mosquitoes, Malaria, and Man: A History of the Hostilities Since 1880 by Gordon Harrison (Scientific American, 1978); Malarial Ecology: A Global Perspective (1978); Health Conditions and Town Growth in Colonial and Antebellum South Carolina (1978); The Resurgence of Malaria in Tamilnadu (1979); Cultural Adaptations to Endemic Malaria in Sardinia (1981); The Biochemistry of Resistance to Malaria (1981); Plasmodium falciparum Gametocytes from Culture in vitro Develop to Sporozoites That Are Infectious to Primates (1982); Plasmodium falciparum Maturation Abolishes Physiologic Red Cell Deformability (1983); Pesticide Use and Malaria Resurgence in Central America and India (1983) Miscellaneous: Review of "Mosquitoes, Malaria, and Man: A History of the Hostilities Since 1880" by Gordon Harrison published in the Journal of Community Health (n.d.); small glossary of historical fever terminology, from Journal of History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, Vol. 16, pages 76-77, article not named (1981) Note cards: contain titles of several books / articles on malaria, 1948 - 19831313-326Articles: Parental Reactions to Communications on the 1954 Polio Vaccine Tests (1958); The Changing Status of Polio (1959); Poliomyelitis Immunization (1961); Why We Don't Wipe Out Polio (1961); Contrasting Behavior in Two Adolescent Girls with Poliomyelitis (1961); The Continuing Decline of Poliomyelitis (1963); The Molecular Biology of Poliovirus (1975); Control of Influenza and Poliomyelitis with Killed Virus Vaccines (1977); Polio - Salk Challenges Safety of Sabin's Live-Virus Vaccine (1977) Research Notes (50 sets) Notes: The Health Equation - an Approach to the Understanding of the (Poliomyelitis) Disease Process, 1958 - 19771313-327Articles: Strunk v. Strunk (1980); The Policy Debate on Patient Care Financing for Victims of End-Stage Renal Disease (1976); Review Essay for 'Choices Posed by Alternative Treatment Modalities for End Stage Renal Disease' (1980); A Brief Overview of Psychosocial Research on Hemodialysis Patients (1981); Dialysis and Ethics - Be Strong and Trust (Please!) [1981]; Physical Activity and Employment Status of Patients on Maintenance Dialysis (1981); Refusal of Medical Care by Pediatric Dialysis Patients - Moral Ethical, and Legal Aspects of Coming of Age (1981) Paper: Assessment of Rehabilitation Outcomes among Chronic Dialysis Patients Other: Network 17 Rehabilitation Study - Selected Preliminary Data, 30 September 1981, 1976 - 19811313-328Clippings (1982) "An Overview of the Issues Involved in the Development of Sickle Cell Programs in America" (paper by student Tom Gaston for ANT / BSC 529, 1975) Bibliographies: "The Influence of the 'Cross-cousin Marriage Pattern' on the Incidence of Sickle-Cell Anemia, a Genetic Disease" (Elizabeth Krakauer, M.A. Thesis, n.d.); paper by E. Finklenstaedt in BSC 772 (1980) Note cards: contain titles of several books/articles on sickle cell anemia Pamphlets: "Thalassemia in Kentucky," "Sickle Cell in Kentucky" (both published by the Thomas Hunt Morgan Institute of Genetics, 1975); "253-0639, Find Out" (1975, Thomas Hunt Morgan Institute of Genetics) Articles: Sickle Cell Anemia, a Molecular Disease (1949, reprinted 1967) The Inheritance of Sickle Cell Anemia (1949); The Sickle Cell Trait in Africa (1953); The Sickle-Cell Gene: Migration Versus Selection (1956); Anthropological Implications of Sickle Cell Gene Distribution in West Africa (1958); Sickle Cells and Evolution (1956, reprinted 1969); Gene Mutations in Human Hemoglobin: The Chemical Difference Between Normal And Sickle Cell Hemoglobin (1967); Sickle-Cell Trait in Human Biological and Cultural Evolution (1967), 1949 - 19821313-329Problems Behind the Promise: Ethical Issues in Mass Genetic Screening (1972); Ethical and Social Issues in Screening for Genetic Disease (1972); Sickle Cell Anemia: National Program Raises Problems as Well as Hopes (1972, 2 copies); Sickle Cell Anemia: The Route from Obscurity to Prominence (1972); Laws in Question: Confusion over Sickle Cell Testing (1972); Conning Blacks Through Tokenistic Public Health Programs (1975); Genetic Screening: NAS Recommends Proceeding with Caution (1975); Cyanate and Sickle-Cell Disease (1975); Aggregation Effects on Oxygen Binding of Sickle Cell Hemoglobin (1978); Sickle-Cell Anemia: Molecular and Cellular Bases of Therapeutic Approaches (1978, 3 parts published separately as 3 articles); Prevalence of Sickle Cell Trait and HbC-Trait in Blacks from Low Socioeconomic Conditions (1978); Sickling Rates of Human AS Red Cells Infected in vitro with Plasmodium falciparum Malaria (1978); Stigmatization of Carrier Status: Social Implications of Heterozygote Genetic Screening Programs (1978); Restriction Enzymes: Prenatal Diagnosis of Genetic Disease (1978); Detours on the Road to Successful Treatment of Sickle Cell Anemia (1979); Disorders of Human Hemoglobin (1980); Evolution of the Hemoglobin S and C Genes in World Populations (1980); Thalassemias: Models of Genetic Diseases (1980); Human Gene Treatment Stirs New Debate (1980); UCLA Gene Therapy Racked by Friendly Fire (1980); Gene Therapy Caught in More Entanglements (1981); T.V. Drama: 'One Chance in Four' by Paul Angelis for Thames Television (review published in Royal Anthropological Institute News, 1980); Air Force Challenged on Sickle Trait Policy (1981); A New Understanding of Sickle Cell Emerges (1981); Sickle Cell (II): Many Agents Near Trials (1981); Newborn Diagnosis of Abnormal Hemoglobins from a Large Municipal Hospital in Los Angeles (1981); Thalassemia Cure? (sidebar article in Discover magazine, 1982); Fetal Hemoglobin Genes Turned On in Adults (1982); Current Sickle Cell Screening Program for Newborns in New York City, 1979-1980 (1983); Globin Gene Studies Create a Puzzle (1984), 1972 - 19841313-620Articles: Eradication of Infectious Diseases (1961); Smallpox Inoculation in Colonial Boston (1953, reprinted 1976); The Eradication of Smallpox (1976); Immunization against Smallpox before Jenner (1976); Smallpox: Outbreak in Somalia Slows Rapid Progress Toward Eradication (1977); Biological Warfare Fears May Impede Last Goal of Smallpox Eradicators (1978); Smallpox Death in Britain Challenges Presumption of Laboratory Safety (1979); Reviews of The Conquest of Smallpox: The Impact of Inoculation on Smallpox Mortality in Eighteenth Century Great Britain and Edward Jenner's Cowpox Vaccine: The History of a Medical Myth both by Peter Razzell (Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 1979); Smallpox in Kenya, 1880-1920 (1979); Variolation and Vaccination in South Asia, c. 1700-1865: A Preliminary Note (1980); Smallpox Eradication (1980); Review of The Eradication of Smallpox from India by R. N. Bazu, Z. Jezek, and N. A. Ward (Scientific American, 1980); Deathwatch (news short from Scientific American, 1980); Tapping the Flow of Information in a Rural Region: The Example of the Smallpox Eradication Program in Bihar, India (1980); Eradication (1980); Review of Edward Jenner: The Cheltenham Years 1795-1823: Being a Chronicle of the Vaccination Campaign by Paul Sanders (American Scientist, 1982) Clippings 1976-80 Portion of typewritten report "Smallpox example" (n.d.), 1953 - 19821313-330Articles: The Enlarging Role of the General Practitioner in Tuberculosis Therapy (1955); Enquete Sur la Tuberculose in Milieu Rural (T.B. - Rural Control Problems) [1958]; American Trudeau Society (1958); Treatment of the Adult Tuberculin Converter - a Statement of the Committee on Therapy (1960); Treatment of Tuberculosis in Children - a Statement by the Committee n Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases in Children (1960); Tuberculose et Lutte Antiberculeuse Dans les Campagnes (1961); Chemotherapy - a Public Health Measure Against Tuberculosis (1960); Tuberculin, Histoplasmin, and Blastomycin - Skin Testing in a State College (1961); Some Behavioral Factors in the Control of Tuberculosis in a Rural County (1962); An Investigation of Resting Patterns of Autonomic Function in the Tuberculous (1963); Socio-Economic and Demographic Correlates of Tuberculosis Incidence (1965) Pamphlet: Bulletin of the Kentucky State Department of Health July-August, 1960 - Tackling Tuberculosis Research Notes (49 sets), 1955 - 19651313-331Articles: Biological and Social Aspects of Tuberculosis (1951); Ritual and Magic in the Control of Contagion (1957); Prehistoric Tuberculosis in America (1961); Some Behavioral Factors in the Control of Tuberculosis in a Rural County (1962); The Death Throes of Tradition - Change in a Tuberculosis Sanatorium (1971); Tuberculosis in Rural Haiti (1974) Papers: How a Selected Population of Rural Villagers View Tuberculosis - a Study of Beliefs of Cooperative and Non-Cooperative Patients on Selected Characteristics of Tuberculosis; Behavioral Analysis of a Case of Tuberculosis (1962); Some Behavioral Aspects of Tuberculosis Control (1962); The Holistic Concept II - Tuberculosis (1963); Handbook for Tuberculosis Hospital Patients of How to Survive the Treatment (1963) Pamphlet: Instructions and Facts about Isolation Table: Symptoms and Disease Categories, 1951 - 19741313-332Articles: Responsibility of a Physician in a Program for Eradication of Syphilis (1963); The Epidemiology of Syphilis (1963); Epidemiological Treatment of Syphilis (1964); Venereal Disease (1970); Serodiagnosis of Syphilis (1972); Economic Consequences of Gonorrhea in Women - Experience from an Urban Hospital (1974); Female Gonorrhea - its Relation to Abnormal Uterine Bleeding, Urinary Tract Symptoms, and Cervicitis (1975); Gonorrhea - More of a Problem but Less of a Mystery (1976); Penicillin-Resistant Gonorrhea - New Strain Spreading Worldwide (1976); Asymptomatic Gonorrhea in Men - Caused by Gonococci with Unique Nutritional Requirements (1977); Genital Herpes and Acyclovir (1982); Infertility and Sexually Transmitted Disease - a Public Health Challenge (1983); Bibliography: Selected References on the Behavioral Aspects of Venereal Disease Control: an Annotated Bibliography for Behavioral Scientists, Epidemiologists, and Venereal Disease Casefinding Personnel (1970) Flyers: Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID); Five Prevalent Venereal (Sexually Transmissible) Diseases Pamphlets: Venereal Disease - Old Plague, New Challenge (1960); Recommended Treatment Schedules for Syphilis, 1976; Criteria & Techniques for the Diagnosis of Early Syphilis; Criteria and Techniques for the Diagnosis of Gonorrhea Booklet: Venereal Disease - America's Modern Plague (1972) Research Notes (2 sets), 1960 - 19831414-333Articles (arranged by date, though categorized here by subject): Allergies: Allergy (1982) Arthritis: The Mistreatment of Arthritis (1979) Cerebral Palsy: Management of Emotional Barriers to Rehabilitation in Cerebral Palsied Adults (1960) Dwarfism: Deprivation Dwarfism (1972) Eyes: Trachoma (1964); How to Buy Eyeglasses (1977); The Lesson of Retrolental Fibroplasia (1977) Hepatitis: Australia Antigen and the Biology of Hepatitis B (1977); Viral Hepatitis (1977) Hemophilia: Hemophilia - New Information about the "Royal Disease" (1975) Hypoxia: Functional Adaptation to High Altitude Hypoxia (1975) Influenza: The Epidemiology of Influenza (1977); The Epidemiology and Prevention of Influenza (1981) Lead Poisoning: Lead Poisoning - a Preventable Childhood Disease of the Slums (1969); Lead Poisoning (1971); Lead Contamination around Secondary Smelters - Estimation of Dispersal and Accumulation by Humans (1974); Report - Lead Poisoning Worse than Predicted (1982) Leprosy: Leprosy - a Disease of the Heart (1982) Measles: German Measles (1966); Rubella - Will Vaccination Prevent Birth Defects? (1971) Menstrual Cramps: Dysmenorrhea - Basic Research Leads to a Rational Therapy (1979) Mental Illness: Porphyria and King George III (1969) Multiple Sclerosis: Multiple Sclerosis - Genetic Link, Viruses Suspected (1977); The EAE Model - a Tentative Connection to Multiple Sclerosis (1977) Physicals: Those Costly Annual Physicals (1980) Seatbelts: Who Uses Seat Belts? (1967); Attitudinal and Social Factors Associated with Use of Seat Belts (1967) Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS): Crib Death - Foremost Baby Killer Long Ignored by Medical Research (1974); The Mystery of Sudden Infant Death (1975); Sudden Infant Death (1980) Other: Rickets (1970); Pellagra - Causation and a Method of Prevention (1977) Bibliography: Selected Bibliography on Blindness, Stigma and Advocacy Organizing Pamphlets: A List of Guidebooks for Handicapped Travelers; Handle Yourself With Care - Accident Prevention for Older Americans (1973); Headache - Hope through Research (1975); National Center for a Barrier Free Environment - Second Annual Report, 1976 Papers: Aspects of the Spina Bifida Patient - Admission and Clinic Procedures (1970); Social Stigma and the Severely Burned - Response to Treatment (1980) Notes: Arthritis; Behavioral and Cultural Aspects of Hysteria; Rheumatic Fever, 1964 - 19821414-334Articles: The Psychotherapist's Contribution to the Treatment Process (1958); Problems of Communication, Diagnosis, and Patient Care: The Interplay of Patient, Physician, and Clinic Organization (1963); A Further Study of Psychiatrists' Responses in Quasi-Therapy Situations (1965); Institutionalized Practices of Information Control (1965); Helping Transactions: Classificatory and Semantic Considerations (1967); Communication Between Physicians and Patients in Outpatient Clinics (1968); Awareness Contexts and Social Interaction (1970); Doctor-Patient Communication (1972); God and the Doctor (1980); Aequanimitas revisited: Personal and Professional Styles of Physicians (1980); Exploring the Doctor-Patient Relationship: A Sociocultural Pilot Study in a Family Practice Residency (n.d.); Reshaping the Consumer's Posture in Health Care (1976) Reviews: The Healer's Art: A new approach to the doctor-patient relationship, by Eric J. Cassell, reviewed by Cecil G. Helman (n.d.) Other: Typewritten notes on "Physicians' View on the Level of Medical Information Among Patients," a paper presented at the Contributed Papers section of the American Public Health Association Meetings (1956), 1958 - 19761414-338Articles: The Definition of an Intoxicating Beverage (1955); Prof. Widjojo Goes to a Koktel Parti (1956); Some Phenomenological Aspects of the Alcoholic Condition (1964); Alcoholism and Suicide Rates by Status Set and Occupation (1968); Apple Valley - a Center for New Living (1971); Alcoholism, Alcohol, and Drugs (1971); Breath Tests for Determining Alcohol in the Blood (1972); The Life Record of an Alcoholic (1973); The Metabolism of Alcohol (1976); Alcohol Abuse and Physicians' Responsibility (1977); When it Comes to Alcohol - Equal is Different (1979); The Politics of Alcoholism - Building an Arena Around a Social Problem (1981); Controlled Drinking by Alcoholics? - New Findings and a Reevaluation of a Major Affirmative Study (1982); book reviews Booklets: A Manual on Alcoholism (1962); Florida Project on Follow-Up Adjustment of Alcoholic Referrals for Vocational Rehabilitation (1967); Alcoholocaust - The Travelers 1969 Book of Street and Highway Accident Data, 1955 - 19821414-335Articles: Becoming a Marihuana User (1953); Medical Practice and the Alcoholic (1958); Alcoholism - the Public Health Approach - a New Look from the Viewpoint of Human Ecology (1959); Learning Deviant Norms (1963); Alcohol (1966); Psychedelism - Dionysus Reborn (1968); Taking Care of Business - the Heroin User's Life on the Street (1969); Hash in Holland - the Dutch Find it Easier to Let Traffic Flourish (1969); The Moral Career of a Bum (1970); Alcohol and Alcoholism (1971); Folklore of the Heroin Addict - Two Examples (1971); Immediate Precursors to Heroin Addiction (1971); Methadone Maintenance as Law and Order (1972); Heroin - Role of Technology in Curtailing Supply (1972); The American Way of Drugging - Drugs, Doctors and Junkies (1973); The Dynamics of a Heroin Addiction Epidemic (1973); Drug Abuse 1975 - the "War" is Past, the Problem is as Big as Ever (1975); The Effectiveness of Drug Education Programs - a Critical Review (1976); Conflicting World Views and the Delivery of Treatment to Narcotics Addicts - Some Sociocultural Observations (1979); Alcohol and Alcoholism (1979); Marijuana "Justifies Serious Concern" (1982); Cocaine (1982), 1953 - 19821414-336Bibliography: Work on Alcohol and Alcoholism Paper: Alcoholism and State Policy (1972); Historical Development of Attitudes Toward Opiate Addiction in the United States Reviews for: 'Beliefs, Behaviors, and Alcoholic Beverages - a Cross-Cultural Survey (1980); 'Homeboys - Gangs, Drugs, and Prisons in the Barrios of Los Angeles' (1981) Other: 1 set of notes; The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. 417, January 1975 - Drugs and Social Policy (incomplete issue); Current Research on Problems of Alcoholism - Reports of the Section Chairmen of the Research Institute on Problems of Alcoholism (1954), 1954 - 19811414-339Articles: Mescaline, LSD, Psilocybin, and Personality Change (1963); The Hallucinogenic Drugs (1964); Plastic Cement - the Ten Cent Hallucinogen (1967); Hallucinogenic Plants (1968); Hallucinogens of Plant Origin (1969); Chromosomal Aberrations Induced in Barley by LSD (1970); LSD and Genetic Damage - is LSD Chromosome Damaging, Carcinogenic, Mutagenic, or Teratogenic? (1971); Shamanism, Trance, Hallucinogens, and Psychical Events (1973); Comment on 'The Influence of Psychotropic Flora and Fauna on Maya Religion' (1974) Correspondence between Dr. Leon R. Kass and Dr. Murray E. Jarvik, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University concerning social, legal, ethical, and medical aspects of LSD (1970), 1963 - 19741414-340Articles: How Opiates Change Behavior (1965); The Simulated Situation: A Methodological Note (1969); Morphine and Ethanol Physical Dependence - a Critique of a Hypothesis (1970); The Methadone Illusion (1972); Lexington Narcotics Hospital - a Special Sort of Alma Mater (1973); Opioid Peptides (Endorphins) in Pituitary and Brain (1976) Papers: Dependency as Experienced by a Square in a Drug Sub-Culture Other: The Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation Act of 1966 - a New National Policy (pamphlet); What Every Parent Should Know About Drug Use (pamphlet), 1965 - 19761414-341Articles: Clinical and Psychological Effects of Marihuana in Man (1968); Comparison of the Effects of Marihuana and Alcohol on Simulated Driving Performance (1969); Marihuana (1969); Marihuana in Man - Three Years Later (1971); Marihuana and Memory - Acquisition or Retrieval? (1971); Cannabis and Temporal Disintegration in Experienced and Nave Subjects (1973); Marijuana and Driving in Real-Life Situations (1974); Marijuana - the Health Questions - Is Marijuana as Damaging as Recent Reports Make it Appear? (1975); Marihuana - the Grass May No Longer Be Greener (1974); Marihuana - New Support for Immune and Reproductive Hazards (1975); Marihuana - a Conversation with NIDA's Robert L. DuPont (1976); Marijuana - What are the Risks? (1980) Paper: Report to the Congress on Marihuana and Health (incomplete copy) Summary, pp.5-17; Extent and Patterns of Use and Abuse, pp. 31-44; Effects in Man of Short and Long-Term Use of Cannabis Sativa, pp. 84-108; Health Consequences for the Individual of Marihuana Use, pp. 113-149 (references pp.132-149); Social and Cultural Concomitants of Marihuana Use, pp. 151-167 (references pp.166-167) List of References, 1968 - 19801414-337Articles: Daru and Bhang - Cultural Factors in the Choice of Intoxicant (1954); The Tavern and the Saloon in Old Russia (1955); Ritual Drinking, Ethnic Status and Inebriety in Rural Colombia (1956); Drinking Patterns of the Aleuts (1956); Drinking Patterns and Interpersonal Performance in a Peruvian Mestizo Community (1959); Alcohol and Culture (1965); Culture and Alcohol - Cultural Traditions and Alcohol Consumption in India (1978); The Islamic Psycho-Social Approach to Alcoholism (1978); Drinking Behavior, Economic Status, and Adaptive Strategies of Modernization in a Highland Mexican Community (1979) Bibliography: Culture and Alcohol Use - a Bibliography of Anthropological Studies (2nd edition, 1967), 1954 - 19791414-342Articles: Hazards of New Drugs (1963); Analgesic Drugs (1966); Administrative Controls and Innovation (1967); Mass Drug Catastrophes and the Roles of Science and Technology (1967); FDA and Panalba - a Conflict of Commercial, Therapeutic Goals? (1969); What's the Price of an Rx Drug? (1970); Hazards Implicit in Prescribing Psychoactive Drugs (1970); More Drugs to Think Twice About (1971); Food and Drug Administration - is Protecting Lives the Priority? (1971); Amphetamine Politics on Capitol Hill (1972); The Overmedicated Society - Forces in the Marketplace for Medical Care (1972); Drug Pricing and the Rx Police State (1972); The Privileges of Monopoly Capitalism - Market Power in the Ethical Drug Industry (1973); Clinical Psychopharmacology in its 20th Year (1973); How to Pay Less for Prescription Drugs (1975); Adverse Drug Reactions - Monitoring Needed of Drugs on Market (1977); Drug Design - Developing New Criteria (1977); Creative Penmanship in Animal Testing Prompts FDA Controls (1977); New Laetrile Study Leaves Cancer Institute in the Pits (1978); How the FDA Rates Prescription Drugs (1978); Behavioral Teratology - Birth Defects of the Mind (1978); Some Social Meanings of Tranquilizer Use (1979); Drugs of the Future, Drugs of the Past (1979); Federal Government Faces Painful Decision on Darvon (1979); Study Finds Sleeping Pills Overprescribed (1979); Dollars for Drugs Research Flow Overseas (1979); Jere Goyan Brings Innovative Record to FDA (1979); Large Drug Firms Fight Generic Substitution (1979); Pharmaceuticals - Their Role in Developing Societies (1980); Aspirin - is Bayer Better? (1982) Newsletters: Council on Economic Priorities, January 6, 1975; Cultural Survival, v. 5, no. 4, Fall 1981 Pamphlets / Booklets: We Want You to Know about Prescription Drugs; Painkillers - their Uses and Dangers (1977); Generic Drugs - How Good are They? (1978), 1963 - 19821414-345Statements: Code of Ethics of the Society for Applied Anthropology (printed in Human Organization, 195[ ]); American Medical Association Principles of Medical Ethics (printed in The Medical Offenders, by Howard R. and Martha Lewis, 1957); Statement on Ethics of the Society for Applied Anthropology (printed in Human Organization, 1964) Section 3 of the Opinions and Reports of the Judicial Council, American Medical Association (1964); Principles of Ethics with official advisory opinions as revised June, 1967, of the American Dental Association (1967); Pamphlet containing "The Nuremberg Code," "International Code of Medical Ethics," "Declaration of Geneva," "Declaration of Sydney," "Declaration of Oslo," "Declaration of Tokyo," "Declaration of Helsinki," "American Medical Association's Principles of Medical Ethics (in part)" printed from Opinions and Reports of the Judicial Council of the American Medical Association (1971); Title II-Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research, Pub. Law 93-348, 93rd Congress, H. R. 7724 (July 12, 1974); Protection of Human Subjects, from the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (1974) Articles: Social Responsibility of the Physician (1957); Psychotherapy Research and the Problem of Intrusions on Privacy (1958); Confidentiality and Privileged Communication in the Practice of Psychiatry (1960); The Problem of Privacy in Training Analysis (1962); Ethics for and International Health Profession (1966); The Rights of the Mentally Ill: A Proposal for Procedural Changes in Hospital Admission and Discharge (1966); The Problem of Therapeutic Privacy (1967); Medical Ethics and Socio-political Change (1972); Medical Ethics: To Legislate of Not to Legislate (1972); Protection of Privacy and Confidentiality (1973); The Patient's Rights Movement (1975); Ethics and Social Inquiry (1983); Professional Ethics (1983) Other: Memo to College of Medicine Faculty, University of Kentucky, with the "Maintenance of High Ethical Standards in the Conduct of Research" as reported by the Association of American Medical Colleges, 1957 - 19831414-343Articles: The Crisis in American Medicine (a special supplement of Harper's; contains 9 articles, 1960); Science and Responsibility (1964); The Sanctity of Life (1967); Contemporary Problems in Ethics from A Jewish Perspective (1968); FDA and Panalba: A Conflict of Commercial, Therapeutic Goals? (1969); Basic Ethical Issues in the Bio-Medical Fields (2 copies, 1970); Ethical Problems and Biomedical Advance (unpublished report, 1970); Models for Ethical Medicine in a Revolutionary Age (1972); Science: Limits and Prohibitions (1973); Technology Policy and Democracy (1976); Hopeful News from Medical Science (1976); Medical Devices Law Is on the Books at Last (1976); Biomedical Panel: Report Says the Enterprise Is Basically Sound (1976); The Social Imperatives of Medical Research (1977); Lost!...But Making Good Time (1979), 1960 - 19791414-344Other: "The Growth of Medical Technology and Bureaucracy: Implications for Medical Care" (report from the Center for Medical Sociology and Health Services Research, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1976); Congressional Record, Vol. 117, No. 42 (March 24, 1971); Physicians, Patients, and Society: Some New Tensions in Medical Ethics (n.d.), 1971 - 19761414-346Articles: Ethical Issues in Biological Engineering; Letters - On the Dangers of genetic Meddling; Selection and Eugenics (1949); Heredity and Population Betterment (1952); Theory of Survival of the Unfit (1955); Human Evolution by Voluntary Choice of Germ Plasm (1961); Science & the Sanctity of Life (1966); Sex Control, Science, and Society (1968); H.J. Muller, Crusader for Human Betterment (1968); The Prospect for Designed Genetic Change (1969); Prospects for Genetic Intervention in Man (1970); Ethical Aspects of Genetic Controls - Designed Genetic Changes in Man (1971) [2 copies]; Genetic Modification of Cells by Viruses (1971); Moving Toward the Clonal Man - is This What We Want? (1971); The Genetic Counselor - Responsible to Whom? (1971); Industry, Society and Genetic Engineering (1972); Genetic Screening - the Ethics of Knowing (1972); Ethical Issues in Genetic Screening (1972); Genetic Therapy - a Theologian's Response (1972); Human Heredity and Ethical Problems (1972); The Unexpected Chromosome . . . (1972); Gene Therapy for Human Genetic Disease? (1972); Ethical and Social Issues in Screening for Genetic Disease (1972); An Abuse of Prenatal Diagnosis (1972); The Brink - the Parent-Child Bond in the Genetic Revolution (1972); Moral Obligations and the Fallacies of "Genetic Control" (1972); Prospects for Future Scientific Developments - Ambush or Opportunity (1973); Genetic Engineering and the Normative View of the Human (1973); Screening - an Ethicist's View (1973); We are All Mutants - Preventive Genetic Medicine - a Growing Clinical Field Troubled by a Confusion of Ethicists (1973); Human Genetics (1973); In Sickness and in Health - the Genetic Fix - Amitai Etzioni (1973); New Trends in Genetic Legislation (1973); Ethical Issues in Amniocentesis and Abortion (1974);, 1949 - 19741414-347Articles: Choosing the Sex of Our Children (1974); Sex Preselection in the United States - Some Implications (1974); Genetic Counseling (1974); Brave New World? (1974); Moral and Ethical Problems of Pre-Natal Diagnosis (1975); Human Heredity and Ethical Problems (1975); Should We Tamper with Heredity? (1975); The Heritability Hang-Up (1975); Genetic Screening - States May Be Writing the Wrong Kind of Laws (1976); The Status of the Gene Map of the Human Chromosomes (1977); Genetic Screening in Newborns - Voluntary or Compulsory? (1978); The Cyril Burt Question - New Findings (1978) Booklet: The Right to Be Well-Born Other: Compulsory Sterilization outline; UK College of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Science, BSC 811 - Health and Society, Fall 1972 syllabus, 1974 - 19781414-348Articles: Prolonging Life (1967); Can Science Beat the Reaper? (1970); Euthanasia: A Doctor Speaks (1971); On Drinking Hemlock (1971); Immortality and the Freezing of Human Bodies (1971); Choosing Not to Prolong Dying (1972); Moral and Ethical Dilemmas in the Special-Care Nursery (1973); The Dying Person: His Plight and His Right (2 copies, 1973); Dealing With Dying (1974); The Haemmerli Affair: Is Passive Euthanasia Murder? (1975); Critical Issues in Newborn Intensive Care: A Conference Report and Policy Proposal (1975); Intensive Care for Newborns: Are There Times to Pull the Plug? (1975); Survival, Hospitalization Charges and Follow-Up Results in Critically Ill Patients (1976); Optimum Care for Hopelessly Ill Patients (1976); Helping the Dying Die: Two Harvard Hospitals Go Public with Policies (1976); Dying in a System of "Good Care": Case Report and Analysis (1976); Death with Dignity-Passive Euthanasia (1976); Karen Quinlan-Legal Answers to Moral Questions (1976); On (Only) Caring for the Dying (1978), 1967 - 19781414-349Pamphlets / Booklets: Death and Decisions (excerpted articles published by the Euthanasia Educational Council, 1974); Changing Attitudes Toward Euthanasia (excerpted articles published by the Euthanasia Educational Council, 1975); Dilemmas of Euthanasia (excerpted articles published by the Euthanasia Educational Council, 1971); In Her Own Words (pamphlet written by the President of the Euthanasia Educational Council, 1975); Questions and Answers about the Living Will (Euthanasia Educational Council, 1975); "I Cried, but Not for Irma" (Reader's Digest article distributed by the Euthanasia Educational Council, 1976); Death With Dignity, a Model Bill (published by the Society for the Right to Die, 1976); Euthanasia (Euthanasia Educational Council, 1977); do doctors know the real enemy? (Euthanasia Educational Council, n.d.); Narnie (Euthanasia Educational Council, n.d.); Society for the Right to Die-in support of legislation for death with dignity (Society for the Right to Die, n.d.) Other: Excerpts from the decision of the Supreme Court of New Jersey in the matter of Karen Quinlan (Euthanasia Educational Council, n.d.); The Physician and the Dying Patient, Report of the Judicial Council (The American Medical Association, 1973); Euthanasia News, Vol. 3, No. 3 (Euthanasia Educational Council, 1977); Euthanasia News, Vol. 3, No. 4 (Euthanasia Educational Council, 1977); Prolongation of Life (Pope Pius XII, 1958); Draft Legislation on Euthanasia and Refusal of Treatment, includes bills in West Virginia, Florida, and Idaho (1969 and 1972) Articles: Natural Death and Public Policy: A Modest Case for Immortality (n.d.); Positive and Negative Euthanasia (n.d.); Death, Dying, and Zealous Phase (n.d.), 1969 - 19771414-350Articles: Birth Control and Population Trends (1940); Resume of the Indianapolis Study of Social and Psychological Factors Affecting Fertility (1953); Socio-Economic Factors in Religious Differentials in Fertility (1961); American Studies of Family Planning and Fertility - a Review of Major Trends and Issues (1952); Sociocultural Research in Family Planning in the United States - Review and Prospects (1966); On the Relation Between Economic Status and Family Size Preferences When Status Differentials in Contraceptive Instrumentalities are Eliminated (1970); The "Perfect Contraceptive" Population (1970); Population Growth and America's Future (1971); Low-Income Families - Fertility Changes in the 1960s (1972); Powerlessness and Regularity of Contraception in an Urban Negro Male Sample - a Research Note (1972); A Conceptual Framework for Viewing Responses to Family Planning Programs (1972); Population Trends of the 1960s (1972); Professionals and Birth Control - Student and Faculty Attitudes (1973); Social Pressure on Family Size Intentions (1973); The Revolution in Birth Control Practices of United States Roman Catholics (1973); The American Birth Rate - Evidences of a Coming Rise (1975); The Elusive Rise in the American Birthrate (1977) Paper: The Demand for Female Sterilization n Spanish Harlem - Experiences of Puerto Ricans in New York City (1970) Research Notes (1 set), 1940 - 19771414-351Articles: Socio-Cultural Aspects of Population Growth (1963); Population Policy - Will Current Programs Succeed? (1967); Research on Human Fertility (1968); The Tragedy of the Commons (1968); Beyond Family Planning (1969); Integrated Incentives for Fertility Control (1970); Population History and Population Policies from an Anthropological Perspective (1972); Ethics and Population Limitation (1972); Evaluation of Family Planning Program Performance - a Critical Review (1972); Anthropology and Population Research - Application in Family Planning Programs (1972); Fertility Patterns and the Green Revolution (1973); Eighteen Months of Legal Change (1974); World Plan of action and Health Strategy Approved at Population Conferences (1974); The Limitation of Human Population - a Natural History (1975); Training Non-physicians in Family Planning Services (1975); Effects of Childbearing on Maternal Health (1975); Reproductive Freedom, Coercion and Justice - Some Ethical Aspects of Population Policy and Practice (1976); Recent Law and Policy Changes in Fertility Control (1976); Twenty-Two Dimensions of the Population Problem (1976); An Anthropological Approach to the Study of the Economic Value of Children in Java and Nepal (1978); Resources, Population, Environment - an Oversupply of False Bad News (1980) Bibliography: Culture and Natality - a Preliminary Classified Bibliography Booklet: Chapter 6 - Population, Politics, and Political Science (from "Population and Politics" by Richard Lee Clinton) [1973?] Other: Anthropological Aspects of Population, Family Planning and Human Reproduction Research - Research Problem Areas and Research Ideas Research Notes (1 set), 1963 - 19801414-352Articles: The Business Community and Population Policy; Legal and Ethical Implications of Reducing Immigration as Part of a Comprehensive Population Policy; Role Alternatives in the Pro-Natalist Jewish Tradition; Fertility and Social Mobility (1952); World Population (1956); The Human Crop (1956); Population and World Economic Development (1960); Pregnancy Rates and Birth Rates (1962); A Study in Fertility Control (1964); The Outlook for World Population (1964); Health, Population, and Economic Development (1967); Taiwan's Family Planning Program (1968); Modernization and Attitude Toward Family Size and Family Planning - Analysis of Some Data from India (1969); Japan - a Crowded Nation Wants to Boost its Birthrate (1970); Growth versus the Quality of Life (1970); Some Socio-Cultural Characteristics of the Muslims and their Attitude toward a Family Planning Practice (1971); Impact of Population Growth (1971); The Relation of Genetics to Control of Human Fertility (1971), 1952 - 19711414-353Articles: Estimation of Fertility Change in Pakistan by Retrospective Quasi-Cohort Analysis of Group-Specific Fertility Patterns (1971); The Prospects for a Stationary World Population (1973); World Fertility Trends, 1974; Relevance of Demographic Transition Theory for Developing Countries (1975); Pregnancy Tests - the Current Status (1975); Population Control - Pakistan Tries a Major New Experiment (1976); Population vs. the Environment - a Crisis of Too Many People (1976); World Fertility, 1976 - an Analysis of Data Sources and Trends (1976); World Population Trends - Signs of Hope, Signs of Stress (1977); The Ethics of Supervising Family Planning in Developing Nations (1977); Poverty, Politics, and Fertility - the Anomaly of Kerala (1977); Compulsory Sterilization - the Change in India's Population Policy (1977); Breast-Feeding and Population Growth (1977); The World Fertility Survey - Current Status and Findings (1979); Age at Marriage and Fertility (1979); Population Trends and Prospects (1980); Population Education in the Schools (1982); Migration, Population Growth, and Development (1983); book reviews, 1971 - 19831414-354Other: Population Reports Index, 1978-1980; chart, World Fertility Patterns (1976); chart, World Fertility Patterns (1974); chart, World Population Estimates (1975) Research Notes (2 sets), 1975 - 19801414-355Articles: The Pediatrician's Interest in the Population Problem (1966); Ford Foundation Strategy for Population Work (1968); A Base Line for Evaluating National Population Control Programs (1969); The Use of Client Characteristics as Predictors of Utilization of Family Planning Service (1970); Lo de Nosotras - Pudor and Family Planning Clinics in a Latin American City (1973); Uterine Aspiration Techniques (1973); Family Planning Programs and Fertility Patterns (1973); Menstrual Regulation Update (1974); Contraceptive Distribution - Taking Supplies to Villages and Households (1975); Breast-Feeding, Fertility, and Family Planning (1981); Postcoital Contraception - an Appraisal (1976); Health - the Family Planning Factor (1977); Filling Family Planning Gaps (1978); Social Marketing - Does it Work? (1980); The Use of PGs in Human Reproduction (1980), 1966 - 19801414-356Articles: Films for Family Planning Programs (1981); Contraceptive Prevalence Surveys - a New Source of Family Planning Data (1981); Community-Based Health and Family Planning (1982); Sources of Population and Family Planning Assistance (1983); Vasectomy - Safe and Simple (1983) Pamphlets: Birth Control Foam . . . and How to Use It [1968]; You and the Pill [1968]; Facts about the Loop [1968]; The Right Way to Birth Control; Impact of Family-Planning Programs on the Birth Rate [1967]; Population Policy and Programs in Southeast Asia - a Discussion of Limiting Factors (1968), 1968 - 19831515-357Articles: The Current Status of Fertility Control (1960); Family Planning and Public Policy - is the "Culture of Poverty" the New Cop-Out? (1968); Family Planning Services in the United States - a National Overview, 1968 (1969); Family Planning in Public Assistance - What the Federal Regulations Say and How to Use Them (1969); Population Policy for Americans - is the Government Being Misled? (1969); Family Planning and Public Policy - Who is Misleading Whom? (1969); United States Population Growth and Family Planning - a Review of the Literature (1970); Eighteen Months Later - Family Planning Services in the United States, 1969 (1971); The Impact of the "Family Planning Services and Population Research Act of 1970" on the Population of the United States (1971); Toward a Framework for Evaluating Health Education Activities of a Family Planning Program (1971); "Experimental" Pregnancy (1971); Toward the Reduction of Unwanted Pregnancy (1971); Contraceptive Failure in the United States (1973); Public Policy on Fertility Control (1973); The State of Organized Family Planning Programs n the United States, 1973 (1974); Informal Role Strategies of Outreach Workers in Family Planning Clinics (1974); Sterilizing the Poor (1975); The Search for Culturally Acceptable Fertility Regulating Methods (1976); The Decline of Unplanned Births in the United States (1976) Papers: The Political Uses of a New Medical Technology - the Case of Vasectomy; Political Ideology and Population Policy in Puerto Rico (1973), 1960 - 19761515-358Articles: A Slum Sex Code (1943); Birth Control, Teenagers and the Law (1969); Premarital Pregnancy Among Black Teen-agers (1970); Illegitimacy - Myths, Causes and Cures (1971); Birth Control, Teen-Agers and the Law - a New Look, 1971; The Teenage Sexual Revolution and the Myth of an Abstinent Past (1972); The Health and Social Consequences of Teenage Childbearing (1972); Sexual Experience of Young Unmarried Women in the United States (1972); Public Opinion Trends - Elective Abortion and Birth Control Services to Teenagers (1972); Teenagers, Sex and Contraception (1972); Contraception and Pregnancy - Experience of Young Unmarried Women in the United States (1973); A Campus Doctor Analyzes Attitudes on Sex and the College Student (1973); Early Motherhood - Ignorance or Bliss? (1974); The Resolution of Teenage First Pregnancies (1974); Pregnancy, Teenagers and the Law, 1974; Adolescent Fertility - Risks and Consequences (1976), 1943 - 19761515-359Contains Maria Borsay's field notes from research conducted for her project, Some Factors Involved in the Acceptance and Rejection of the Family Nurse Practitioner: a Report of a Study Conducted at the Red Bird Mission Hospital, Bell County, Ky. And Homeplace Hospital, Perry County, Ky. For the FNS, n.d.1515-360Articles: Patterns of Parental Response to the Crisis of Premature Birth (1960); New Light on the Honeymoon (1964); Socialization Through the Life Cycle (1964); Cytomegalovirus - a Major Cause of Birth Defects (1975) Lectures: Growth and Development; Overview; Culture and Personality (Lecture 1); Adolescent Culture; The Normal Adolescent in Kentucky; Sociological Aspects of Aging and Associated Problems; Age and Sex Factors, Rites of Passage; Age Factors in Human Behavior; Socialization, Language, and Culture; Conjoint 112 - The Middle Years II; Conjoint 112 - Sociocultural Aspects of Behavior; Conjoint 112 - Sociocultural Aspects of Young Adulthood and Family Systems, 1960 - 19731515-362Articles: The Family Cycle (1947); A Comparison of the Chicago and Harvard Studies of Social Class Differences in Child Rearing (1955); Social Class and Parent-Child Relationships - an Interpretation (1963); Medicine and the Family (1964); The American Family - Some Perspectives (1966); On the Reliability of Family Health Information (1967); Neonatal Separation - the Maternal Side of Interactional Deprivation (1970); Asymmetry in Intergenerational Family Relationships (1962?); The Significance of the Family in Medication (1973); The American Family in the Preindustrial Period - from Base Lines in History to Change (1975); The Role of Linkage Mechanisms Between Bureaucracies and Families (1977); The Child in the Sick Role - Contributions of Age, Sex, Parental Status, and Parental Values (1978); Parent-Inclusive Pediatric Units - a Survey of Policies and Practices (1978); Family Context as a Predictor of Individual Medicine Use (1979); Childhood Cancer - Nonmedical Costs of the Illness (1979); Familial Coping with Chronic and Severe Childhood Illness - the Case of Cystic Fibrosis (1981); Family Reactions and Coping Strategies in Response to the Physically Ill or Handicapped Child - a Review (1983); A New Life Pattern? (1983) [clipping], 1947 - 19831515-363Papers: Kin Models; Cultural Influences Shaping the Role of the Child (1960); Medicine and the Family (1967); The Micro-Political Organization of Nuclear Families - a Social System Approach (1982) Research Notes (2 sets), 1960 - 19821515-364Reviews (2) Other: UK Medical Center, Dept. of Behavioral Science, BSC 331-1: Behavioral Factors in Health and Disease (Pearsall), Spring 1979 - Lecture Outline #7: Family Systems and Health Care; Diagram, The Family System (1978); Notes - Health and the Family, Leslie County-Strength of Family; Farm Families Under Stress - Reactions to Social Change in St. Lawrence County, New York, 1949-1962 - Bulletin 1027, June 1970; The Doctor and His Patient: a Sociological Interpretation, Chapter 5 - The Family (1963) , 1963 - 19791515-365Articles: Historic Development of the Current Crisis of Rural Medicine in the United States (1948); The Pattern of Medical Services for Incorporated Places of 500-or-more Population in Missouri, 1950 (1956); Medical Service Relationships in Harper County Oklahoma (1956); New Medical Schools - Some Preliminary Considerations (1960); Medical Care in the United States (1963); A Case Study of Administrative Structure in a Health Department (1965); Metropolitan Medical Economics (1965); A Report to the President on Medical Care Prices (1967); Medical Costs - Rapid Rise Causing Government Concern (1967); Distribution of Health Services in Missouri (1967); The Higher Cost of Better Medical Care (1968); Appendix - Occupational Data in Health Industry (1969); Instrumentation and the Delivery of Health Services (1969); The Delivery of Medical Care (1970); The Gift of Blood (1971); The Health Enterprise in Modern Society (1972); The Political Economy of Health Care - Dynamics Without Change (1972); Health Insurance - a Drive to Make Policies Fit Promises (1973); The High Cost of Medical Care & What to Do About It (1975); The Task of Medicine (1973); Health Care and Social Policy (1973); Mail-Order Health Insurance (1973), 1948 - 19731515-366Articles: Health Care and Social Control (1975); Health Manpower (1975); Clinical Engineering - the Problems and the Promise (1975); Future Horizons for Technology in Health Care Delivery (1976); The Social Control of Organizations in the Health Care Area (1976); Coronary Bypass Surgery - Debate Over its Benefits (1976); Social Class, Political Power, and the State (1977) [2 copies]; Preventive Medicine, USA - What's in it for Us? (1977); Health Economics and Preventive Care (1977); Profits in Medicine - a Context and an Accounting (1978); On the Imperial Possibilities of Modernized Medicine (1977); Health Care and Medical Systems in the United States (1978), 1975 - 19781515-367Articles: Implications of the 1976 Medical Devices Legislation (1978); Macroeconomics of Disease Prevention in the United States (1978); Thomas Edison's Tuberculosis Films - Mass Media and Health Propaganda (1978); Dimensions of Crisis in American Health Care - Toward a General Theory of Crisis in Health Care (1979); The Health Care System (1979); The Marxist Paradigm in Medicine (1979); The United States Hospice Movement - Issues in Development (1979); A Marxian Interpretation of the Growth and development of Coronary Care Technology (1979); The Diffusion of High Technology Medical Innovation - the Computed Tomography Scanner Example (1979); Some (Non-Conventional) Views on Health Care Reform (1980); The New Medical-Industrial Complex (1980); NMC Thrives Selling Dialysis (1980); Computers, Health Care, and Medical Information Science (1980); Biomedical Research and Illness - 1900-1979 (1981); The Costs of Visit to Doctor Vary with Place and Patient (1981); The Health-Care System; Sentimental Work in the Technologized Hospital (1982); book reviews Papers: The United States Crisis in Primary Health Care (tables of figures); Multiphasic Screening for Disease; The History of Medicine and the 'Crisis' in Medicine (1971); How Capitalism Cares for our Coronaries - a Preliminary Exercise in Political Economy (1976) Other: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Special Report, No. 1 / 1978 - complete issue Research Notes (2 sets), 1971 - 19821515-368Articles: The Rochester Regional Hospital Council; Economic Areas as a Tool for Research and Planning (1950); Sutland and Yonland Setting for Community Organization in the Plains (1953); Prospects for Rural Health Care (1954); Use of Birth Data in Delineation of Medical Service Areas (1955); Hunterdon Medical Center - the Story of One Approach to Rural Medical Care (1956); What's Happening to Rural Doctors and Health Facilities (1965); The Development of Rural Community Health Services (1966); The Course of Regional Health Planning - Review and Assessment of Recent Federal Legislation (1967); Planning and Organization of the Connecticut Regional Medical Program (1967); Comprehensive Health Care Planning - New Effort or Redirected Energy (1969); Regional Economics in the United States (1970); National Policy for Regional Economic Development (1971); Consensus and Conflict in Health Care Delivery - Some Anthropological Thoughts (1973); Small Area Variations in Health Care Delivery (1973); Planning for Rural Health Services (1973); The Rural Development Act of 1972 - a Skeptical View (1974); Substate Districts and Comprehensive Health Planning Agencies (1976); Perspectives and Strategies for United States Regional Development (1976), 1950 - 19761515-369Other: Social Welfare Research Institute reprints - Social Services, the Great Lag (1971), Systematic Indicators of Regional Poverty (1972) Papers: Medical Care in Rural Iowa Communities; Statement in Behalf of American Association for Comprehensive Health Planning (1974) Research Notes (10 sets) Reviews (1 book review), 1971 - 19741515-370Articles: Medicine for the Poor - a New Deal in Denver (1966); The Gouverneur Health Services Program - an Historical View (1967); The Health of Haight-Ashbury (1970); Neighborhood Health Centers - Traditional Medical Care at an Outpost? (1972); The First Neighborhood Health Center Movement (1971), 1966 - 19721515-371Manuscript of Presentation to Lexington Conference on Breastfeeding Programs Sponsored by Ross Laboratories, 1981 - Carmen Acosta Johnson Promotion of Breast Feeding Among a Southern Rural Low Income Population - John Alden, 1981 The Impact of Support Networks on Breastfeeding Practices: Implications for Program Development - Carol Bryant, 1982 (2 copies) The Medical Forum - New Views on Feeding Babies (1982) Experiential Education in Applied Anthropology at the University of Kentucky, 1981 - 19821515-377Articles: The Role of Beliefs and Customs in Sanitation Programs (1958); Air Pollution and Public Health (1961); The Control of Air Pollution (1964); The Aging Great Lakes (1966); Noise (1966); Dietary Intake of Pesticide Chemicals (1967); Air Pollution - the "Feds" Move to Abate Idaho Pulp Mill Stench (1967); Radiation Hazards - Senate Bill Would Provide Federal Regulation (1967); Pesticide Research - Industry, USDA Pursue Different Paths (1969); Galveston Bay - Test Case of an Estuary in Crisis (1970); Effects of Pollution on the Structure and Physiology of Ecosystems (1970); Pollution Problems, Resource Policy, and the Scientist (1970); Waste-Water Treatment - the Tide is Turning (1970); Air Pollution and Human Health (1970); Human Materials Production as a Process in the Biosphere (1970); Man and His Environment (1973); Air Pollution Surveillance Systems (1970); The Convergence of Environmental Disruption (1970); Environmental Protection in the City of New York (1970); American Institutions and Ecological Ideals (1970); The Cultural Basis for Our Environmental Crisis (1970); Planning Against Air Pollution (1971); Mercury in the Environment (1971); The Economist's Approach to Pollution and Its Control (1971); The Nation's Rivers (1971); Chromosome Rearrangements for the Control of Insect Pests (1972); Population and Pollution in the United States (1972); Social Institutions and Nuclear Energy (1972); Residuals Charges for Pollution Control - a Policy Evaluation (1972); Behavioral Aftereffects of Unpredictable and Uncontrollable Aversive Events (1972); Pollution - the Problem of Misplaced Waste (1972); Genetic Control of Insect Populations (1972); Herbicides - Agent Orange Stockpile May Go to the South Americans (1973); Enforcing the Clean Air Act of 1970 (1973); Land Use Law (I) - Congress on Verge of a Modest Beginning (1973); Hearings Before the Subcommittee no Science, Research, and development of the Committee on Science and Astronautics, United States House of Representatives (1974); Aerosols - the Medical Cost of Convenience (1974); Pollution and Public Health - Taconite Case Poses Major Test (1974); Cancer and the Environment (I) - a Creaky System Grinds on (1974); Environmental Mutagenic Hazards (1975); Energy Analysis and Public Policy (1975); EPA's Role in Ambient Air Quality Monitoring (1975); Earthwatch (1975); The Cancer Problem (1975); The Strip-Mining of Western Coal (1975); Nitrosamines - Scientists on the Trail of Prime Suspect in Urban Cancer (1976); Control of Toxic Substances - an Idea Whose Time had Nearly Come (1976); Michigan's PBB Incident - Chemical Mix-Up Leads to Disaster (1976); Plutonium - Its Morality Questioned by National Council of Churches (1976); A Western Perspective on Energy - a Plea for Rational Energy Planning (1976); Drilling, Tankers, and Oil Spills on the Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf (1976); Efficient Energy Use and Well-Being - the Swedish Example (1976); Flame-Retardant Additives as Possible Cancer Hazards (1977); Nuclear Waste Disposal - Two Social Criteria (1977); The Distrust of Nuclear Power (1977); High-Level and Long-Lived Radioactive Waste Disposal (1977); A Disaster in the Environmental Movement (1978); River Quality Assessment - Implications of a Prototype Project (1978);Water Resources and the Land-Water Interface (1978); The Crisis at Three Mile Island - Nuclear Risks are Reconsidered (1979); Toxic Waste Disposal a Growing Problem (1979); Global Pollution - is the Arctic Haze Actually Industrial Smog? (1979); Environmental Chemicals and Cancer - How Do We Know? (1979); Cancer and Environment - Higginson Speaks Out (1979); Reflections on the Costs and Benefits of Environmental Pollution (1979); Anthropogenic Albedo Changes and the Earth's Climate (1979); The Politics of Environmental Health Hazards: Interdisciplinary Developments (1980); A Federalist Strategy for Nuclear Waste Management (1980); Love Canal - False Alarm Caused by Botched Study (1980); Environment (1980); Early Environmentalism (1981) Working Paper: Culture and Sanitation - the Peaceful Problem Other: Some Social Problems Raised by the Increasing Use of Chemical Pesticides, 1958 - 19811515-361Science magazine - v.200, no.4344, 26 May 1978 (complete issue - missing cover) Articles: Sports in a Changing Culture (1958); The Consumption and Investment Benefits of Disease Programs (1974); Holistic Medicine (1979); Health Care and Culture (1981), 1958 - 19811515-378Articles: Obstetrics in a Primitive African Community (1951); The Geography of Disease (1953); Social Structure and Health Concepts among the Zulu (1957); Health Education and Neighbourhood Family Practice (1957); New Frontiers to Health in Africa (1960); Sociocultural Factors in the Epidemiology of Zulu Hypertension [2 copies] (1963); Nubian Zar Ceremonies as Psychotherapy (1967); Disease in Ancient Nubia (1969); Disease and "Development" in Africa (1970); Apartheid Medicine (1973); Revolution in Rural Education, Health Education in Tanzania (1974); Prophet and Preacher - an Essential Partnership in the Work of Zion (1976); Ecological Effect of Control of African Trypanosomiasis (1976); Culture and Health Planning for the Yoruba of Western Nigeria (1976); The Impact of Colonialism on Health and Health Services in Tanzania (1977); Spirit Mediumship as Theatre (Royal Anthropological Institute News, 1977); Sex Roles, Power, and Illness in an Egyptian Village (1978); Community-Health Aspects of Nubian Resettlement in Egypt (1979); Body Concepts and Health Care - Illustrations from an Egyptian Village (1980); Nairobi Laboratory Fights More than Disease (1982) Research Notes (2 sets) Other: Folk Healthways Newsletter - vol. 1, no. 3, Winter 1961, 1951 - 19821515-379Articles: Foster Care in Japan - Past and Present (1968); A Survey of the Social and Medical Anthropology of Sabah - Retrospect and Prospect (1968); Together with the Farmers - Social and Rural Medicine in Japan (1978); Health Care and Medical Systems in Japan (1978) Papers: The Perception of Abnormality in a Malay Village; Ecology, Acculturation, and Parasitism in the Orang Asli of Malaya (1965); Health Services and Social Change in Saudi Arabia (1981); The Female Modesty Code - Observations from Contemporary Urban Saudi Arabia (1981) Research Notes (1 set), 1968 - 19811515-372Articles: Proposed Changes in the Federal Budget; Why Medicare Helped Raise Doctors' Fees (1968); Government Investment in Health Care (1971); Integration of Medical Research and Health Policies (1971); Policy Analysis and the Health Care System (1972); Reason and National Goals (1972); Federal Support for Nursing Education 1964 to 1972 (1972); National Cancer Plan - the Wheel and the Issues Go Round (1973); Biomedical Research 1973: Cancer, Heart Disease, and Everything Else (1973); Welfare Reform 1973 - the Social Services Dimension (1973); Medical Education - Institute Puts a Price on Doctors' Heads (1974); A Policy for Investment in Biomedical Research (1974); Health Planning - New Program Gives Consumers, Uncle Sam a Voice (1975); National Health Insurance - Which Way to Go? (1975); Health Manpower Bill - Catch is Distribution of Doctors (1975); Beyond Economics and Nutrition - the Complex Basis of Food Policy (1975); What Next in Health Policy? (1975); Social Consequences of Policy Toward Mental Illness (1975); Preventive Medicine - Legislation Calls for Health Education (1975); Prevention of Heart Disease - Clinical Trials at What Cost? (1975); The Future of the Veterans' Health Care System (1976); Health Insurance for Older People - Filling the Gaps in Medicare (1976); The Impact of Health Policy on Access to Medical Care (1976); Scientific Basis for the Support of Biomedical Science (1976); The Financing of National Health Insurance (1976); The Legal Right to Health Care (1976); We Need a National Health Policy (1977); Social Determinants of Differential Allocation of Resources to Disease Research - a Comparative Analysis of Crib Death and Cancer Research (1977); Why We Can't Afford National Health Insurance (1978); Deinstitutionalization and Mental Health Services (1978); The Conquest of Cancer (1979), 1968 - 19791515-373Articles: The Medicaid Program - the Low-Income Health Care Subsidy (1980); The Pseudo-Environment of National Defense (1980); The Health System and the Polity - a Contemporary American Dialectic (1980); Toward National Health Insurance in the United States - an Historical Outline, 1910-1979 (1980); Grant Length and Budget Stability at the National Institutes of Health (1981); The Cost of Reaganomics (1981); Compensation for Victims of Vaccines (1981); Centers for Disease Control (1981); Other: National Health Insurance - Problems and Prospects (booklet, 1970); Health Care and the Role of Health Services Research (booklet, 1973); Federal Health Policy at the Crossroads (Health / PAC Bulletin, 1973); Responsibility and Responsiveness II - a Report on the HEW Potential for the Seventies (1973); Medicaid / Medicare - Which is Which? (booklet, 1975); A Brief Explanation of Medicare (booklet, 1978); Reagan Administration Policies - the Human Impacts (booklet, 1981); The Nation's Health - Supplement on the President's Budget Proposals (1982) Research Notes (1 set), 1970 - 19821515-374Lectures: Cultural Perspectives and the Health Professions (1967); Current Trends and Issues in Nursing / Organizational Settings - Their Influence on Nursing Practice (including panel discussion) [1967] Lecture Notes: Professional Roles; Role Relations in Medicine (1962) Papers: Organizational Settings - Their Influence on Nursing Practice; Organizational Variations in the Role of Nursing Supervisor in a Large General Hospital [1958]; Supervision - a Nursing Dilemma, [1958 - 1967]1515-375Articles: Citizen Participation - Micro Versus Macro Approaches; The Process of Decision-Making within the Context of Community Organization (1951); Formal Connections of Community Leadership to the Health System (1966); Consumer Control and Public Accountability (1973); Economic Oppression and Local Political Action (1976); Citizen Participation and Health Care - Problems of Government Induced Participation (1976); Health Care Decision Making in Southern County (1978); The Hidden Price Tag - Participation Costs and Health Planning (1979); How to Keep Your Mandated Citizen Boar Out of Your Hair and Off Your Back - a Guide for Executive Directors (1979), 1951 - 19791515-376Articles: The Amazing Decline of Mortality in Underdeveloped Areas (1956); World Trends in Medical-Care Organization (1959); Periodontal Disease in Developing Nations (1965); Health in the Medical and Other Learned Professions (1969); Comparative Analysis of Health Care Systems - a Socio-Political Approach (1971); Some Issues in the Consideration of Non-Western and Western Folk Practices as Epidemiologic Data (1975); International Comparisons of Medical Care (1975); Medical Anthropolgy and International Health Planning (1976); Socialism, Health Care, and Medical Ethics (1976); book reviews, 1976; From 'Pressure Group Politics' to 'Medical-Industrial Complex' (1977); Primary Health Care in Relation to Socio-Political Structure (1977); Primary Health Care - an International Perspective (1978); Health Insurance Policy Development in Denmark and Sweden 1860-1950 (1979); Changing Patterns in International Health - Motivation and Relationships (1979); Social Medicine for the Future (1979); Primary Health Care and Developing Countries (1979); The World Health Organization in Historical Perspective (1981); Health Care in the Soviet Union (1981); The Distribution and Supply of Cuban Medical Personnel in Third World Countries (1980); Oral Rehydration Therapy (ORT) for Childhood Diarrhea (1980) Paper: Technology and Medicine in Contemporary France (1976) Research Notes (1 set), 1956 - 19801616-380Articles: Social Class Variations in Mortality (1954); Establishment of Priorities in Resource Allocation (1979); Social Class and Health Promotion - Some Obstacles in Britain (1957); What British Doctors Really Think about Socialized Medicine (1963); Health Services Research in Great Britain (1968); Resource Planning within the Health Care Planning Teams (1976); The Local Health System - an Ethnography of Interest-Groups and Decision-Making (1977); How Reality can be Given to 'Community Care' in Britain (1978); Comparative Occupational Roles in Health Care (1979); Scarce Resources in Health Care (1979); Organization Theory and the Organization of Health Care - a Comment on the Literature (1979); The British Tradition of Social Administration - Moral Concerns at the Expense of Scientific Rigor (1981) Papers: Interaction between Patients and General Practitioners in the United Kingdom (1976) Other: Current History - vol. 45, no. 263, July 1963, 1954 - 19811616-381Articles: Medical Care and Conflict in Saskatchewan (1965); The Impact of Medicare in Wheatville, Saskatchewan, 1960-1965 (1966); The Work of a Group of Doctors in Saskatchewan (1968); Canadian Approaches to Health Policy Decisions - National Health Insurance (1978); The Canadian Health System in Transition (1981) Research Notes (1 set), 1965 - 19811616-382Articles: The Ideology of Medical Revivalism in Modern China; Oriental Renaissance in Education and Medicine (1963); Hospitals in China (1971); Chinese Medical Practice and the Thoughts of Chairman Mao (1972); Acupuncture - Fertile Ground for Faddists and Serious NIH Research (1972); Public Health in China - is the Experience Relevant to Other Less Developed Nations? (1973); Acupuncture - Past and Present (1973); The Delivery of Medical Care in China (1974); Progress in China (1974); Medicine in China - Individual and Society (1974); Reliance on Formal Written Law, and Freedom and Social Control in the United States and the People's Republic of China (1975); Traditional Medicine in Communist China - Science, Communism and Cultural Nationalism (1975); Agriculture in China (1975); Agriculture in China (1975); Health Care in the People's Republic of China - the Barefoot Doctor (1975); The Links Between Health and the Political Structure in New China (1975), 1963 - 19751616-383Articles: Food Distribution as a Guarantee for Nutrition and Health - China's Experience (1976); The Development of Chinese Herbal Medicine and the Pen-ts'ao (1977); The Development of Medical-Pharmaceutical Thought in China (1977); Chinese Alchemy - Confluence and Transformation (1977); Old Medicine in a New Bottle (1977); The Evaluation of Therapeutic Acupuncture (1978); Reflections on Health Care in China - Lessons for the West (1978); Reception of Acupuncture by the Scientific Community - from Scorn to a degree of Interest (1978); Hot Cold Clean Poison and Dirt - Chinese Folk Medical Categories (1978); Energy Flows in the Developing World (1979); Science in China (1979); China's Leaders Explain Views on Science (1979); Ambulatory Medical Care in the People's Republic of China - an Exploratory Study (1980); China's Birth Planning - Organization Since the Cultural Revolution (1980); Community-Based Welfare Support in China - 1949-1979 (1981); The Barefoot Doctors of China - from Political Creation to Professionalization (1982); Science, Elitism, and Economic Readjustment in China (1982); Population and Birth Planning in the People's Republic of China (1982); Critical Care at Tianjin's First Central Hospital and the Fourth Modernization (1982); The Organization of Work in China's Communes (1982); Health Care in the People's Republic of China - a View from Inside the System (1982); Occupational Health in the People's Republic of China (1984); The Population of China (1984); Making Rounds in the People's Republic, 1976 - 19841616-384Bibliography: Chinese Medicine Bibliography (1975) Papers: Barefoot Doctors and Health Care in the People's Republic of China - a Letter (1973); The Chinese Diet and Pregnancy (1975); Traditional Chinese Diet and its Relationship to Health (1975); The "Culture of Health" in Chinese Society (1975) Reviews (date span 1978-1982) Other: Learning from China's Health Work conference program (1976); Social Science Research Council Items - vol. 31, no. 3, September 1977, 1973 - 19771616-385Articles: Professional and Popular Health Cultures in South Asia - Needed Research in Medical Sociology and Anthropology (1967); Modern India's Ancient Medicine (1969); Infection and Disease n South Indian Families - Beliefs about Childhood Diarrhea (1975) Research Notes (2 sets), 1967 - 19751616-386Articles: Mental Disorder and Self-Regulating Processes in Culture - a Guatemalan Illustration; Symbolic Sibling Rivalry in a Guatemalan Indian Village (1950); The Strange Case of the Coca Leaf (1950); Mental Disorder and Self-Regulating Processes in Culture: a Guatemalan Illustration (1953); Faith Healing and Medical Practice in the Southern Caribbean (1959); Tenejapa Medicine I: the Curer (1963); Medical Care and Social Class in Latin America (1964); The Role of Social Science Research in Recent Health Programs in Latin America (1966); Mayan Aging - a Comparative TAT Study (1966); The Hot-Cold Syndrome and Symbolic Balance in Mexican and Spanish-American Folk Medicine (1966); Men, Women, and Dentistry in Yucatan (1966); Culture Change and Stress in Rural Peru: a Preliminary Report (1967), 1950 - 19671616-387Articles: The Logic of Behavior: Curing in a Maya Indian Town (1967); The Sociocultural Integration of Alcohol Use: a Peruvian Study (1968); Fortune's Malice: Divination, Psychotherapy, and Folk Medicine in Peru (1969); Algunos Aspectos de la Etnomedicina de los Indios Sibundoy de Columbia (1969); A Survey of Contemporary Medical Education in Brazil (1970); The Chinese of the Panama Railroad: Preliminary Notes on the Migrants of 1854 Who "Failed" (1971); Un Enfoque Antropologico de los Problemas Educacionales y Medico-Sanitarios (1972); Eduardo the Healer (1972); Rural Health Care in Mexico? (1974); Recruitment to a Ritual Role: the Midwife in a Maya Community (1975); The Maya Midwife as Sacred Specialist: a Guatemalan Case (1975); Empirical Aztec Medicine (1975); Humoral Pathology in Spain and Spanish America (1978); Hippocrates' Latin American Legacy: "Hot" and "Cold" in Contemporary Folk Medicine (1978); Coca Chewing and High-Altitude Stress: Possible Effects of Coca Alkaloids on Erythropoiesis (1978); Myth, Social Reality, and the Urban Poor (1979), 1967 - 19791616-388Articles: Non-Medical Treatments and their Outcomes (1980); The Body Dangerous: Physiology and Social Stratification (1982) Newsletter: The Southern Anthropologist (Vol.7, No.1, Dec. 1978) Book Reviews, of: Medical Choice in a Mexican Village (1981) [2 different reviews]; The Haitian Potential: Research and Resources of Haiti (1975) Research Notes (2 sets), 1978 - 19821616-389Articles: Traditional Systems of Child Care (1957); The Diagnosis of Disease among the Subanun of Mindanao (1961); Social Customs and Habits and their Effect on Oral Disease (1963); Hysterical Psychosis in the New Guinea Highlands - a Bena Bena Example (1965); Financial, Social and Emotional Factors Associated with Interstate Radiotherapy Treatment (1977); A Desert Aborigines View of Health and Nutrition (1978); Many Medicines in One - Curing in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea (1980); Voodoo Death and the Mechanism for Dispatch of the Dying in East Arnhem, Australia (1982) Booklet: Staatliche Museen Preubischer Kulturbesitz Berlin / Museum fur Volkerkunde Abteilung Sudsee Book Review, 1957 - 19821616-390Articles: Occupation, Education, and Coronary Heart Disease (1968); An Asbestos Town Struggles with a Killer (1973); Diagnosis - Work Related Disease (1974); Plutonium (I) - Questions of Health in a New Industry (1974); Why Work Kills - a Brief History of Occupational Safety and Health in the United States (1977); Occupational Cancer - Government Challenged in Beryllium Proceeding (1977); Does Smoking Kill Workers or Working Kill Smokers? - or, the Mutual Relationship Between Smoking, Occupation, and Respiratory Disease (1978); A Map Comparison of Work Disability and Poverty Status in the United States (1979); Differentiating Occupational Illness and Injury - the Private Costs and Economic Incentives (1980); Workers' Compensation - Subsidies for Occupational Disease (1980)Occupational Cancer Control Policy (1980); Occupational Health Ethics - OSHA and the Courts (1980); Hazard Visibility and Occupational Health Problem Solving - the Case of the Uranium Industry (1980); Testing for Cancer Risk (1980); OSHA Shifts Direction on Health Standards (1981) [2 copies] Papers: Some Sociocultural Aspects of Occupational Health (1965) [Pearsall] Reports: The Farmer Lends a Hand - Field Trials in Corn Harvest Safety and a Note on Stalk Ejectors (1959) [Institute of Agricultural Medicine]; Life Member Report - Women and Employment - the New Protectionism (1981) Reviews: 1979-1981 Research Notes (1 set) Other: Chart, Occupational Injury Frequency; bibliographic note cards , 1959 - 19811616-391Articles: Emerging Opportunities in Rural Health and Human Services; Conceptions and Evaluations of Functions of medical and Health Care Agencies by Present and Future Homemakers, in Cortland County, New York, 1950 (1952); The Relation of Distance to the Differential Use of Certain Health Personnel and Facilities and to the Extent of Bed Illness (1952); Public Health Needs and Practices in a Great Plains County (1959); That They May Have Health Care: Health Care Practices in a Low Serviced Rural Area (1960); Patient Referral to a University Clinic: Patterns in a Rural State (1960); Poverty as an Obstacle to Health Progress in Our Rural Areas (1965); Some Major Current Rural Social Trends in the United States of America (1969); Cognitive Differences Between Health Science Students and a Rural Population (1975); Recent Rural Health Research (1976); Demand for Medical Care in a Rural Setting: Racial Comparisons (1978); Rural Social Work Tenets in the United States and Latin America: a Cross-Cultural Comparison (1980); Locational Aspects of Medical Care-Seeking in a Rural Population, with Some Implications for Public Policy Research (1980); The Annual Cycle and the Cultural Nexus of Health Care Behavior among Oklahoma Wheat Farming Families (1982) Chapters: The Health of Regionville, Earl L. Koos (1994) - Ch.1, "This is Regionville"; Rural Poverty in the United States, Glenn V. Fuguitt (1968) - Ch. 4, "Some Characteristics of Villages in Rural America", 1952 - 19821616-392Research Bulletins: University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station Research Bulletins (4) No. 369, June 1943 -Family Health Practices in Dallas County, Missouri No. 400, April 1946 - Use of Medical Services in Rural Missouri No. 647, January 1958 - Extent of Illness and Use of Health Services in a South Missouri County No. 668, June 1958 - Changes for Health Services among Open-Country People in a South Missouri County Pennsylvania State College School of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin (1): No. 504, July 1948 - The Use of Health Services in Two Southern Pennsylvania Communities United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Marketing Service - Agriculture Information Bulletin (1): No. 188 - Enrollment in Voluntary Health Insurance in Rural Areas United States Department of Agriculture, Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service - Agriculture Information Bulletin (1): No. 428 - Health Care in Rural America, 1943 - 19581616-393Research Bulletins: Iowa State University, Institute of Agricultural Medicine, Department of Preventive Medicine and Hygiene Bulletin (2) No. 5, June 1959 - The Farmer Lends a Hand: Field Trials in Corn Harvest Safety and a Note on Stalk Ejectors No. 6, July 1960 - Eye Injuries, Safety Gear, and Values in Iowa Farm Life Booklets (2) The Use of Health Services by Rural People in Four Mississippi Counties (1954) Patterns for Change: Rural Women Organizing for Health (1981), 1959 - 19811616-394Papers: Cultural Patterns, the Rural Community, and its Health Problems (1957); Goggles, Respirators, and Farm Accidents in Washington County, Iowa (1958) Research Notes (18 sets) , 1957 - 19581616-395Articles: HMOs - The Growth and Development of Medical Group Practice (1961); Are They the Answer to Your Medical Needs? (1974); HMOs and Health Education (1975); Special Report - Preventive Health Care Strategies for Health Maintenance Organizations (1975) [includes annotated bibliography]; Health Service Utilization and Attitudes Toward Health Maintenance Organizations - a Theoretical and Methodological Discussion (1976); The Formulation and Evolution of the Health Maintenance Organization Policy, 1970-1973 (1976); Health Maintenance Organizations (1980); The HMO Approach to Health Care - Are Health Maintenance Organizations Finally Taking Hold? (1982), 1961 - 19821616-396Articles: Hospital Care in Provincial Greece; The Process of Decision-Making within the Context of Community Organization (1952); Use of Hospitals by Rural People (1952); Mississippi Hospitals, 1957 - Characteristics and Trends (1958); Hospital Regionalization in Perspective (1959); Medical Sociology with Particular Reference to the study of Hospitals (1959); An Epidemiological Approach to Hospital Utilization (1960); The Hospital in Modern Use (1960); Attitudes Toward a New Hill-Burton Hospital in a Northeast Mississippi County (1961); Organizational Size and Functional Complexity - a Study of Administration in Hospitals (1961); Attitudes Toward a New Hill-Burton Hospital in a South Mississippi County (1961); Determinants of Community Support (1961); Organizational Differentiation and Support - a Conceptual Framework (1961); Let's Look at Hospital-Community Relations - a Report to the Hospital Service Industry (1962); The Hospital and its Public Relations (1963); Changes in Medical Practice Bring Shifts in the Patterns of Power (1964); The Public Hospital - Refuge for Damaged Humans (1966); Social Dimensions of Failure in Innovation (1967); Hospital Variation and Patient Travel Distances (1968); Social Structure of the Modern Hospital [1970]; Factors Influencing Distances Traveled to Hospitals (1970), 1952 - 19701616-397Articles: The Hospital as an Organization (1972); Ideology, Interaction and Patient Care in Hospitals (1973); A Review of the Current State of Negotiated Order Theory - an Appreciation and a Critique (1977); Effects of Hospital Cost Containment on the Development and Use of Medical Technology (1978); The Effects of Regional Planning on a Rural Hospital - a Case Study (1979); The Temporal Organization of Continuity - the Case of Medical and Nursing Coverage (1979) Papers: Osler Memorial Hospital Ward Rounds, Part I - Staff Conference (1953) Other: Miller's design for study of Hill-Burton hospitals Research Notes (6 sets), 1953 - 19791616-398Book Excerpt: "A Unifying Concept of Behavior" (Chapter 9, Organization Research on Health Institutions, 1972) Lectures: The Hospital as a Social System (2 different copies - one typed [1963], the other handwritten); The Dynamics of Complex Organizations; Behavioral Factors in Nursing Administration (1977); The Meaning of Hospitalization - Death on the Emergency Ward; Are Ward Rounds Dangerous?; Comments on 'Behavioral Science Applications to Management: a Caution to Hospital Administrators'; Ambulant Wing (1963) Lecture Outlines: Hospital Social Structure (#9, 1962); The Hospital and the Community (#15, 1962); The Meaning of Hospitalization (#17, 1962); The Hospital as a Social System (1968); The Hospital as a Sociocultural System (1969) Lecture Notes: Health Care in the United States (includes tables and figures); untitled Syllabus: Topical Seminar #11 - Hospitals and Other Health Care Organizations (1977) Nursing Services Evaluation: 3 sets of notes for meetings (1963) OR, PAR Meeting notes (1963) Miscellaneous: 1 sheet of paper with lecture topics listed, 1962 - 19771616-399Articles: Bureaucratic Structure and Impersonal Experience in Mental Hospitals (1959); Interpersonal and Structural Factors in the Study of Mental Hospitals (1960); From Mortification to Aggrandizement - Changing Self-Concepts in the Careers of the Mentally Retarded (1962); Laughter Among Colleagues - a Study of the Social Functions of Humor Among the Staff of a Mental Hospital (1960); Statistical Notes on Some British 'Open' Mental Hospitals (1962); Halfway House and Mental Hospital - Some Comparisons (1963); Villages, Cities, and Total Institutions (1963); Worlds that Fail (1966); The 'Army' Incident - the Psychology of Uniforms and their Abolition on an Adolescent Ward (1967); Sanctuary or Prison - Responses to Life in a Mental Hospital (1968); The Therapeutic Community (1971); Rediscovering Asylums - the Unhistorical History of the Mental Hospital (1977) Papers: The Mental Hospital as a Dependent Community (1959); A Revitalization Movement in Psychiatry (1963) Research Notes (3 sets), 1959 - 19771717-400Articles: Metropolitan Segregation (1957); Residential Segregation (1965); The Politics of Housing (1972); Population Density and Pathology - What are the Relations for Man? (1972); Crowding among Hunter-Gatherers - the !Kung Bushmen (1973); Housing Requirements and National Resources (and other articles) [1976] Research Notes (1 set), 1957 - [1976]1717-401Articles: The Cultural Context of Health Education (1953); Implications of Social Class for Public Health (1957); Patient Participation in a Pediatric Program (1960); The New Dimensions of Demand (1961); Reactions of Medical Patients to Discharge or Threat of Discharge from a Psychosomatic Unit of a General Hospital (1961); The Literature of Delay in Seeking Medical Care for Chronic Illnesses (1963); Patient Care Research - Report of a Symposium (1963); Poverty and Public Health - New Outlooks (1965); Public Knowledge, Opinion and Action Concerning Three Public Health Issues - Radioactive Fallout, Insect and Plant Sprays and Fatty Foods (1966); A National Study of Health Beliefs (1966); A Perspective on Coping Behavior (1967); Prenatal and Infant Health Care in a Medium-Sized Community (1967); Use of the Emergency Room in a Community Hospital (1970); The Problem, and a Brief Review of the Literature (1971); Some Ecological Differentials in the Use of Medical Services (1971); Social Networks, Lay Consultation and Help-Seeking Behavior (1973); Strategies of Adaptation - an Attempt at Systematic Description (1974), 1953 - 19741717-402Articles: How to Find a Doctor for Yourself (1974); The Portfolio Approach to Health Behaviour (1975); Normative Structure and Health - a Socio-Environmental Adaptation Model (1975); Organizational Influences on Access to Health Care (1976); Urban Ecological Containers, Environmental Risk Cells, and the Use of Medical Services (1976); Behavioral Science Applied to Cardiovascular Health - Progress and Research Needs in the Modification of Risk-Taking Habits in Adult Populations (1976); A Long Day's Journey to Health Care (1976); Space, Time and Illness Behavior (1977); The Effects of the New Jersey-Pennsylvania Negative Income Tax Experiment on Health and Health Care Utilization (1977); Public Education about Health (1978); Pathways to Medicine Use (1978); Welfare status, Illness and Subjective Health Definition (1978); Everyday Illness Behavior - a Situational Approach to Health Status Deviations (1979); Travel for Primary Care - Expectation ad Performance in a Rural Setting (1979); The Stability of health and Illness Behavior - Results form a 16-Year Follow-Up (1979); Acute Illness Behavior - a Conceptual Exploration and Specification (1980); Judging Drugs - Patients' Conceptions of Therapeutic Efficacy in the Treatment of Arthritis (1980); Medical Compliance and the Clinician-Patient Relationship - a Review (1981), 1974 - 19811717-403Booklets / Pamphlets: Public Attitudes Toward Health Insurance Papers: A National Study of Health Attitudes and Behavior (1964); Social Factors Affecting Health among the Disadvantaged (1967) Research Notes (10 sets) Reviews (2) Other: "A Clinic Patient's Soliloquy" , 1964 - 19671717-404Articles: The Medical Malpractice Mess (1975); Medical Malpractice (1976); Medical Malpractice: Is the Crisis Over?, Medical Malpractice: Part II: What To Do Now, Medical Malpractice: Part III: Changing the System (Sept.-Nov. 1977); Maligned Malpractice System (1978); Depriving Prisoners of Medical Care: A 'Cruel and Unusual' Punishment (1979); Physician's Perceptions of the Suit-Prone Patient (1979); Malpractice Award Rattles Johns Hopkins (1980); Closed-Claims Data for Malpractice Actions in the United States (1981) Other: Pacific Reporter, Vol. 502, 2nd Series - Cobbs V. Grant, Medical malpractice case (1972, other copy in Coursework - BSC 811 - Miscellaneous); An Introduction to Medical Liability for Pediatricians (chapter 3: Suggestions for Pediatric Practice, n.d.), 1972 - 19811717-405Bibliography of the Epidemiology of Mental Illness and Related Topics (n.d.); Bibliography on "Participant Observation and Gerontological Research" (n.d.); Bibliography from "Natural Helping Networks" (n.d.); Cultural Anthropology and Public Health: A Preliminary Bibliography (1957); Bibliography of the Social Science Program (Harvard School of Public Health, 1963); Bibliography from "The Sociology of Medical Education: Some Comments on the State of the Field (1965); Women and Health Care: A Bibliography with Selected Annotation (National Science Foundation, 1973); The Problem-Oriented Record, A Source Bibliography (1973); Mental Illness and Ethnicity, References (1976), 1957 - 19761717-406Contains various catalogues, including: Access Travel: Airports - a Guide to Accessibility of Terminals (1979) MED (Medical Equipment Distributors, Inc.) [Combined Index for MED Catalogs 1975 included] Catalog no. 1a - Aids for the Rehabilitated, Wheelchairs, Walking Aids, Bathroom Aids, Lifts (including price list) [1972] Catalog no. 2 - Equipment for Children (including price list) [1977] Catalog no. 3 - Electromedical Equipment for Physical Medicine (including price list) [1977] MED New Product Bulletins, nos. 1-2,4-8, 11-12 (1976-1977) , [1972] - 19791717-407Articles: The Professions and Social Structure (1939); The Informal Organization of the Medical Profession (1946); The Stages of a Medical Career (1948); Medical Opinion and the Social Context in the Mental Hospital (1949); Structured Strain in the Role of the Soviet Physician (1953); The Diffusion of an Innovation among Physicians (1957); Ethnic Groups and the Practice of Medicine (1958); The Case of the Floppy-Eared Rabbits: an Instance of Serendipity Gained and Serendipity Lost (1958); The Fate of Idealism in Medical School (1958); Student Culture in Medical School (1958); The Role of the medical Profession in the Formulation and Execution of Public Policy (1960); Client Control and Medical Practice (1960); The Physician's Profession Through the Ages (1960) [2 copies]; Laughter Among Colleagues (1960); Hospital Utilization and the Supply of Physicians (1961); Psychiatric Consultations with Patients on Medical and Surgical Wards: Patterns and Processes (1961); Treatment Values and Enthusiasm for Drugs in a Mental Hospital (1962); Structural Sources of Strain in a Small Psychiatric Hospital (1962); Industrial Societies and the Changing Role of Doctors (1962); Every Physician's Political What's What (1963); Requiem or Reveille: the Clinician's Choice (1963); The Teaching of Preventive Medicine in the United States: a Resume (1964); The Effect of Physician Bias in Medical Diagnosis (1964); Communication and Opinion Formation in a Medical Community: the Significance of the Detail Man (1965); The Doctor as Culture Hero: the Routinization of Charisma (1966); The Attitudes of Physicians Toward Small-Community Practice (1967); Mental Health Professions and the Division of Labor in a Metropolitan Community (1968); The Clergyman's Role in the Therapeutic Process: Disagreement Between Clergymen and Psychiatrists (1968), 1939 - 19681717-408Articles: Physician's View of Medical Practice in Nonmetropolitan Communities (1970); Medical Individualism / Therapeutic Costs of the Contract Model (1974); PSRO's: a Little Toe in the Door (1974); The Control of Knowledge: the Power of the Helping Professions (1974); Status Inconsistency and Psychiatric Diagnosis: a Structural Approach to Labeling Theory (1975); William Carlos Williams and the Poetry of Medicine (1975); The Conflict of Interest Between Physician as Therapist and as Experimenter (1975); Psychosocial Factors Involved in medical Decision Making (1975); Clinical Judgment: Psychological Research and Medical Practice (1976); Physicians' Drug Innovation and Relinquishment (1977); Health Manpower - the Right Place (1977); Tomorrow's Medicine and Tomorrow's Doctors (1978); Uncertainty and Control in Professional Training (1979); Private Time and Public Time: the Temporal Structure of Social Accessibility and Professional Commitments (1979); The Evolution of Medical Specialism (1979); The Bandwagons of Medicine (1979); Medical Practice and Social Protest (1980); Professionalism and Community Responsibility (1980); Technical and Moral Error in Medicine and in Fieldwork (1981); The Changing Distribution of Physicians; The UCR Boondoggle: a Death Knell for Private Practice? Papers: The Making of a Physician: General Statement of Ideas and Problems (1956); Physicians' Views of Medical Practice in Nonmetropolitan Communities (1972); Towards the Proletarianization of Physicians (1976) Table: Active Physicians by Specialty Group, Actual and Projected Research Notes (10 sets), 1970 - 19811717-409Papers: The Making of a Physician: General Statement of Ideas and Problems (1956); Physicians' Views of Medical Practice in Nonmetropolitan Communities (1972); Towards the Proletarianization of Physicians (1976) Table: Active Physicians by Specialty Group, Actual and Projected Research Notes (10 sets), 1956 - 19761717-410Articles: Aspirin (1963); FDA and Panalba - a Conflict of Commercial, Therapeutic Goals? (1969); FDA Wind Round n Panalba Fight (1970); Piggyback Antibiotics - Bad Medicine (1970); The Peculiar Success of Chloromycetin (1970); Anabolic Steroids - Doctors Denounce Them, but Athletes Aren't Listening (1972); Transplacental Passage of Erythromycin and Clindamycin (1973); National Patterns of Psychotherapeutic Drug Use (1973); Indigestion Aids - Which Should You Use? (1973); Patients as Partners in Health Care (1974); Cold Remedies - What Helps and What Doesn't (1974); Chemotherapy - Antiviral Agents Come of Age (1976); Michigan's PBB Incident - Chemical Mix-Up Leads to Disaster (1976); Drugs from the Sea (1976); Analgesia - How the Body Inhibits Pain Perception (1977) [2 copies]; Opiate Receptors and Internal Opiates (1977); Insomnia Remedies - Which Ones Work Best? (1977); Food and Drug Interactions (1978); Chemical Feelings (1979); Comparative Biochemistry and Drug Design for Infectious Disease (1979); Psychotropic Drugs as Behavioral Teratogens (1979); Heparin - an Old Drug with a New Paradigm (1979); Panel Urges Wide Use of Antiviral Drug (1979); Diet Pills and the Way they Work (Sometimes) [1981]; The Development of Anesthesia (1982); Misuse Threatens Our Precious Antibiotics (1982); Pills that Compete with Aspirin (1982); The Orphan Drug Game - Get Your Drug to Market (1982); The Selling of Oraflex (1982) Medicine Chart - Pain Killers, Amphetamines, Sedatives, Tranquilizers, 1963 - 19821717-411Article: The Religious Teachings and Organization of Christian Science (attached: Outline - Religion and Health, 1968); Christian Science: a Case Study of the Social Psychological Aspect of Secularization (1956); Faith Healing and Medical Practice in the Southern Caribbean (1959); The Changing Protestant Ethic: Rural Patterns in Health, Work, and Leisure (1961) [2 copies]; Oral Roberts: High Priest of Faith Healing (1962); Health and Illness Behavior of Christian Scientists (1972); The Protestant Ethic Against the Spirit of Psychiatry: the Other Side of Weber's Thesis (1975) Bibliography: Divine Healing - the Evangelistic Point of View (1981) Papers: Medicine and Religion (1963, Pearsall); Medicine and Religion (1967); Changing Relationships Between Medicine and Religion (1978, Pearsall) [attached: poem, "And After Christmas" by Marya Mannes); Religious Pattern of Association Publications: The Cadle Call - September 1962, v. 22, no. 2 (complete issue); Is There a God Who Cares? (1975); Jehovah's Witnesses in the Twentieth Century (1978) Research Notes (1 set), 1956 - 19811717-412Articles: Somatomancy - Precursor of the Science of Human Constitution (1952); The Interplay of Social and Internal Factors in the History of Modern Medicine (1953); Life and Death in Shakespeare's London (1970); The Origins of Hypodermic Medication (1971) Research Notes (3 sets), 1952 - 19711717-413Articles: Nature-Healing and Simple Remedies (1958) [2 copies]; book review, Rockefeller Medicine Men - Medicine and Capitalism in America (1980); book review, Social Medicine - the Advance of Organized Health Services in America (1981); American Medicine's Golden Age - What Happened to It? (1982), 1958 - 19821717-414Articles: Psychopathology, Primitive Medicine and Primitive Culture (1943); Traditional Medicine - an Agenda for Medical Geography (1977); Enhanced-Radiation Weapons (1978) 1 Magazine: World Health, November 1977 Research Notes (7 sets) , 1943 - 19781717-415Articles: Cultural Evolution and Social Psychiatry; The Ecological Approach in Social Psychiatry (1954); Cultural Perspectives in Mental Health Research (1955); Psychoneurosis and Economic Life (1956); Cultural Anthropology and Social Psychiatry (1956); Schizophrenia and Culture (1957); Contrasting Attitudes Toward the Psychoses n Europe and in the United States (1958); Culture, Psychiatry, and the Written Word (1959); Socio-Cultural Factors in Mental Disorder (1959); Social Class and Psychiatric Treatment (1960); A Schizophrenic Episode in a Neapolitan Slum (1961); Sociocultural Factors in Families of Schizophrenics (1961); Historical Baselines for the Evaluation of Maintenance Drug Therapy of Discharged Psychiatric Patients (1961); Consensus and Coalition in the Release of Mental Patients - a Research Note (1961); Social Psychiatry - Evolutionary, Existentialist, and Transcultural Findings (1962); Sociocultural Factors in the Epidemiology of Schizophrenia (1963); Assessing the Influence of the Hospital Milieu upon the Effectiveness of Psychiatric Drug Therapy - Problems of Conceptualization and of Research Methodology (1963); Socio-Cultural Roots of Emotional Illness (1964); The Middle Class and Mental Retardation in America (1965); The Use of College Student Volunteers in the Outpatient Treatment of Troubled Children (1966); The Baby Disturbers - Sexual Behavior in a Childhood Contraculture (1966); Amicatherapy - Theoretical Perspectives and an Example of Practice (1966); Sociocultural Influences on the Psychopathology of Family Groups (1967); The Insanity of Place (1969); Negroes and Whites and Rates of Mental Illness - Reconsideration of a Myth (1969); Urbanization and Mental Health - Some Reformulations (1972); Flexible System for the Diagnosis of Schizophrenia - Report from the WHO International Pilot Study of Schizophrenia (1973); The Relationship Between Etiology and Symptomatology in Psychiatry (1980); Schizophrenia, Irish Style (1980) Research Notes (2 sets), 1954 - 19801717-416Articles: The "Granny" Midwife - Changing Roles and Functions of a Folk Practitioner (1961); Lay Midwifery in Southern Appalachia (1966); Myths about Nurse-Midwifery (1974); The Granny Midwife - an Example of Pariah Medicine (1974); Home Deliveries (1975); Models for Midwifery Clinical Practice (1975); Wilkes-Barre's Nurse-Midwives (1977); Traditional Midwives and Family Planning (1980); American Nurse-Midwifery Practice in 1976-1977 - Reflections of 50 Years of Growth and Development (1980) Bibliography: Midwifery - a Bibliography Correspondence: Letter from W.B. Rogers Beasley, M.D. (1978) Other: Frontier Nursing Service Quarterly Bulletin, Vol. 54, No. 2, Autumn 1978, 1961 - 19801717-418Differential Perceptions of the Rehabilitation Process: a Comparison of Client and Personnel Incongruity in Two Categories of Chronic Illness [1] (1978); Single-Parent Families Increase 80 Percent (1980); The Social Costs of Alcohol in the Perspective of Change, 1945-1980 (1982); A Socio-Medical Study of Infant Mortality among Disadvantaged Blacks (1982); Editor's Note (2 copies) [1983]; Social Dimensions of Healing: a Longitudinal Study of Outcomes of Medical Management of Headaches (1983) [2 copies]; Public Hospitals on the Brink: Their Problems and Their Options (1983); Through the looking Glasses of Physicians, Dentists, and Patients (1983); One Step Behind a Killer (1983); Physical Disability and Public Policy (1983); University Hospitals for Sale (1984), 1978 - 19841717-4171 Bibliographic Note card Pamphlet: USA Statistics in Brief - a Statistical Abstract Supplement 1982-83 Editorial: Why Not Rate health and Life Insurance Premiums by Risks? Bibliography: Black Clergy as Gatekeepers - an Analysis of the Roles of Black Pastors in Mental Health Care Systems Newsletter: Hospital Hospitality House (February 1983) Notes: Behavioral Science and Nursing Services Handout: Preventive Medicine - Definition, Content, Roles, Settings in Which It is Practiced Map: Downtown Lexington / Campus Area, 1982 - 19831717-419An Evaluation of User Needs of Hurt Park: Some Design Policy Recommendations - a Preliminary Report Research Problems in the Medical Setting: Science versus Politics (1981) Public Participation and Neighborhoods Profile of the Neighborhoods Affected by the Presidential Parkway (1982) The Nurse's Use of Empathy as it Affects the Stress and Self-Disclosures of Patients with Burns or Other Accidental Wounds (1982) Health Care Experiences with Epilepsy and Asthma in Los Angeles: a Comparison of Latino Migrants and Latino and Anglo Residents (1983) Medical Anthropology Training Manual (incomplete) [1983], 1981 - [1983]1717-420Contains copies of various book reviews, date span 1981-1983, 1981 - 19831717-422Articles: Death is Seldom According to Plan (1978); Pain, Dying, and the Health Care System (1979) Bibliographies: The Sociology of Death - a Selected Bibliography (1965); Factors Associated with Consent for Autopsy - a Selected Bibliography (1966); Suggested Readings, Death and Dying Seminar (1971); Euthanasia (1977); Death Book Review Film List Lectures (8): General; Sociocultural Aspects of Death I (1963); Medicine, Religion, and Death (1973); Critique of 'An Alternative Approach to Death and Dying: the Hospice' by E. Adelski; Death - Social and Cultural Factors; Some Ways of Defining Life and Death; untitled (2) Lecture Outlines: BSC 811 - Group 3IIB / Death and Dying (1971); Historical Trends in the American Way of Death (1979) Miscellaneous: Questions on the Meaning of Death and Dying; Some Questions on the Meaning of Death and Dying (1971) [4 copies]; Table - Life and Death: Dividing the Indivisible (1968) [7 copies]; bibliographic note card , 1963 - 19791717-421Articles: The Epidemiology of Mental Disease; Mental Hygiene and the Class Structure (1938); Social Stratification and Psychiatric Disorders (1953); Comparative Rates of Mental Illnesses for Urban and Rural Populations in Ohio (1954); The Ecological Approach in Social Psychiatry (1954); Epidemiological Studies of Mental Illness (1958); National Health Survey (1958); Some Problems of the Household Interview Design for the National Health Survey (1959); The Lower Limit of the Infant Mortality Rate in the United States (1959); Demographic Aspects of the Population of Human Autopsied Cases as Reported in the United States, 1955 (1960); Age-Sex Distributions of Selected Groups of Human Autopsied Cases (1961); Longevity and Health Status of the Negro American (1963); The Health of the American People (1966); Community Case-Finding Methods (1969); A Model for the Social Sciences and Medicine - the Case for Hypertension (1975); Risk of Illness and Death in Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Areas (1976); Why do Women Live Longer than Men (1976) Research Notes (2 sets) Report: Morbidity in Kentucky, 1950-75 (1977) Other: Health in Rural Louisiana at Mid-Century - Louisiana Bulletin No. 492, June 1954 (complete issue), 1938 - 19761717-423Newsletter published by the Euthanasia Education Council (now the Partnership for Caring after a merger with the Society for the Right to Die); concerned particularly with Living Wills, surrogate decisions, etc. Vol. 4, No. 3 (Summer 1978) Vol. 5, Nos. 1-4 (Winter-Fall 1979) Vol. 6, Nos. 1-4 (Winter-Fall 1980) Vol. 7, Nos. 1-4 (Winter-Fall 1981) Vol. 8, Nos. 1-3 (Winter-Summer 1982) Vol. 9, Nos. 1-4 (Winter-Fall 1983) Vol. 10, No. 1 (Winter 1984) Single issue of the Society for the Right to Die newsletter (Spring 1983), 1978 - 19841818-424Published monthly (for general readership), November-October; issue numbers and months are occasionally misprinted, but this inventory lists exactly as are printed Volume III, Numbers 2, 7-10, 12 Volume IV, Numbers 1-2, 4, 6-10, 12 Volume V, Numbers 1-7, 9-12 Volume VI, Numbers 1-9, 11-12, 1980 - 19811818-425Volume VII, Numbers 1-5, 8-11 (Nov. 1981 - Mar. 1982, May 1982 - Sept. 1982; issue with number 9 is repeated for June / July and the number 7 is apparently skipped) Volume VIII, Numbers 1-12 Volume IX, Numbers 1-7 Other: Loose flyer entitled "The Medical Forum" April, 1982, 1981 - 19821818-426Vol. 1, Nos. 5-8 (Aug / Sept-Dec 1979) Vol. 2, Nos. 1-10 (Jan-Dec 1980) Vol. 3, Nos. 1 (Jan 1981), 1979 - 19811818-427Vol. 3, Nos. 2-3, 5-10 (Feb-Mar, May-Dec 1981) Vol. 4, Nos. 1-6 (Jan-Jun / Jul 1982), 1981 - 19821818-428Vol. 4, Nos. 7-10 (Aug / Sept-Dec 1982) Vol. 5, Nos. 1-4 (Jan / Feb-Jul/Aug 1983), 1982 - 19831818-429Volume 1, Nos. 1-3, 5; 1968-1969 Volume 3, Nos. 1-4; 1971-72 Volume 4, Nos. 1-4; 1972-1973 Volume 5, Nos. 1-4; 1973-1974, 1969 - 19741818-430Volume 6, Nos. 1-4; 1974-1975 Volume 7, Nos. 1-4; 1975-1976 Volume 8, Nos. 1-4; 1976-1977, 1974 - 19771818-431Volume 9, Nos. 1-4: 1977-1978 Volume 10, Nos. 1-4; 1978-1979, 1977 - 19791818-432Volume 11, Nos. 1-4; 1979-1980 Volume 12, Nos. 1-4; 1980-1981, 1979 - 19811818-433Volume 13, Nos. 1-4; 1981-1982 Volume 14, Nos. 1-4; 1982-1983, 1981 - 19831818-434Volume 15, Nos. 1-2; 1983-1984 Officers and Committees of the Society for Medical Anthropology, 1967-1982 (4 copies), 1983 - 19841818-435Author / Content Lists (1970-1980), 1970 - 19801818-436Articles: The Clinical Associate; Some Factors Involved in the Acceptance and Rejection of the Family Nurse (1970); Family Nurse Practitioner Program (1971); Current Status of PA (1972); The Promotion of Interest in the Role of the Physician Associate as a Potential Career Opportunity for Nurses - an Alternative Strategy (1973); The Making of a Professional Identity - the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (1974); Reimbursing Physician Extenders - ARC Takes its Case to Congress (1976); Physician Extender Reimbursement Receives National Attention (1977); Physician Extender Legislation (1977); Physician Extender Reimbursement Becomes Reality (1978); Internship Assessment or How to Succeed on the District (1976); The Content of Care Provided by Family Nurse Practitioners (1977); The Effectiveness of Various Health Personnel as Triage Agents (1977); Nurse Practitioners Explore Politics (1978); The Influence of Training Level and Practice Setting on Patterns of Primary Care Provided by Nursing Personnel (1978); The Rural Nurse Practitioner - a Challenge and a Response (1978); The Rural Nurse Practitioner - a Challenge and a Response (1978); Family Nurse Practitioners in Primary Care - a Study of Practice and Patients (1978) [2 copies]; The Nurse Practitioner Movement - Where Does it Go from Here? (1978); A Comparative Study of Physicians' and Nurses' Conceptions of the Role of the Nurse Practitioner (1978) [2 copies]; Overcoming Barriers to the Employment and Utilization of the Nurse Practitioner (1978) [2 copies]; Nurse Practitioners - an Innovation of Proven Quality (1979); Physicians' Patient Referrals to a Nurse Practitioner in a Primary Care Medical Clinic (1979); The Viability of Mid-Level Practitioners in Isolated Rural Communities (1979); The Influence of Values and Background on the location Decision of Nurse Practitioners (1980); Illness Prevention and Health Promotion Services Provided by Nurse Practitioners - Predicting Potential Consumers (1980); Changing House Staff Attitudes Toward Nurse Practitioners during their Residency Training (1980), 1970 - 19801818-437Bibliographies: Physician's Assistants - a Health Manpower Planning Biography (1972) News & Features from NIH, Portfolio 4 - Nurse Practitioners (complete issue) Nursing Outlook - Nursing at the Crossroads, Vol. 20, No. 1, January 1972 (complete issue) Notes: Role of the Family Nurse Practitioner in Comprehensive Health Care (1973) Other: Nurse Clinician and Physician's Assistant - the Relationship Between Two Emerging Practitioner Concepts (1972); bibliographic note cards, 1972 - 19731818-438Contains information concerning an evaluation of the Liaison Nurse Report: Ourselves and Others - Perceptions of Ideal and Actual Nursing Roles at University Hospital (1965) Survey Questionnaire (1965) [2 copies - 7-page, 16-page] A Case Analysis and Evaluation of the Liaison Nurse - an Innovation in Nursing Service Liaison Nurse Position Description, 19651818-439Contains information concerning observations of and an evaluation of the OPD and its nursing staff Report to Outpatient Department Nursing Division Introduction (2 copies) Summary of Observations in the Out Patient Clinic (2 copies) Observations on 5th Floor Out Patient Clinic; University Hospital; University of Kentucky; Lexington, Kentucky. 9:00 am - 12:00 noon Field Notes from Outpatient Clinic OPD - My Field Notes Field Notes (2 other sets, untitled) Self-Administered Satisfaction Scale Miscellaneous: chart - Use of Time (Actual) / Question #17, OPD); map - General Medical Clinic, 19641818-440Articles: Reference Groups and Loyalties in the Out-Patient Department (1958); The Impact of Ward-Milieu Philosophies on Nursing-Role Concepts (1960); Social Factors Conditioning Recruitment of Nurses in Israel (1962); Nursing and Other Health Professions (1963); A Study of Psychiatric Aide Daily Reports on a Milieu Therapy Ward (1963); Occupational Interests and Sex-Role Congruence (1963); Occupational Interests and Sex-Role Congruence (1963); Perceived Role Components of Nursing in Israel (1963); The Career Outlook of Professionally Educated Women (1965); A Dialogue on Approaches (1966); Doctoral Preparation for Nurses - a Continuation of the Dialogue (1966); Social Distance, Bargaining Power, and Compliance with Rules on a Hospital Ward (1966); An Epidemic of Emotional Disturbance Among Leprosarium Nurses in a Setting of Low Morale and Social Change (1966); Role-Making in Participant Observation - Processes in the Researcher-Actor Relationship (1967); Nurses, Professional Striving and the Poor - a Case of Incompatibility (1969), 1958 - 19691818-441Papers: Social Distance and the Nurse-Patient Relationship; The Socialization of a Group of Student Nurses - Reorientation from Patients to Tasks (1959) Research Notes (12 sets), 19591818-442Papers / Reports / Notes: Absenteeism Studies; Absenteeism and Mental Health (Jacoby, 1967); Absenteeism and Mental Health (Pearsall, 1967); Absenteeism of Hospital Nurses and Its Association with the Provision of an Employee Health Program; An Exploratory Study of Hospital Nursing Aides (1967); High Absenteeism in a Pediatric Unit - Etiology and Care Theories (1967); The Hospital as a Social System and Absenteeism in the Nursing Service (1967), 19671818-443Papers / Reports / Notes: Hospital Employee Absenteeism - a Screening Technique? (1967); The Nurses Aide at UK Hospital (1968) [2 copies]; Nurses and Absenteeism (1966); A Study on Absenteeism Among Nursing Aides at the University of Kentucky Medical Center (1967); untitled (draft) Bibliography on Absenteeism Research Notes (6 sets), 1966 - 19681818-444Contains a Questionnaire and cover letter, as well as the responses to various questions on the questionnaire and charts (4) documenting the information, 19641818-445Notes from Pearsall's observances of the nursing services at University Hospital, March 15, 1963 - January 21, 1964: Patient Notes - Miss Eunice Puckett March 15 March 20, 1963: Observations in OR, PAR, ER March 22, 1963: Interview with Miss Grace White; Observations on the Evening Shift, 3:00-11:30 p.m. March 23, 1963: Observations on the Night Shift March 29, 1963: Observations with Mrs. O'Connor and Faye Hagan (Liaison Nurses), 1963 - 19641818-446Notes from Pearsall's observances of the nursing services at University Hospital, March 15, 1963 - January 21, 1964: April 11, 1963: Observations on Pediatrics Floor April 12, 1963: Evening Shift April 13, 1963: Night Shift April 17, 1963: Observations in the Out-Patient Department April 19, 1963: Observations in Psychiatry and on the Ambulant Wing April 20, 1963: Observations on Adult Medical-Surgical Fifth Floor January 21, 1964: Interview with Helen Harder, 1963 - 19641919-447Report and evaluation of Nursing Services at UK Hospital includes: Introduction Notes on Evaluation Conferences The Registered Nurse at UK Hospital Some Problems of the Registered Nurse at University Hospital Report to Nursing Service Administrators (Appendix C-3) Report to Psychiatric Nursing Division (Appendix C-4) Report to Pediatric Nursing Division (Appendix C-5) Report to Outpatient Department Nursing Division (Appendix C-6) Questionnaire (Draft) Questionnaire and Cover Letter, 19641919-450Articles: Social Anthropology and Nutrition of the Pre-School Child, Especially as Related to Latin America; How the Bemba Make Their Living - an Appreciation of Richards' 'Land Labour and Diet in Northern Rhodesia' (1945); Kwashiorkor (1954); Protein Malnutrition in Young Children (1961); International Nutrition Programs (1965); Anthropological Contributions to the Development of Rational Dietary Practices (1970); Evolutionary Implications of Changing Nutritional Patterns in Human Populations (1971); Poverty and Malnutrition - Cumulative Effect on Intellectual Development (1971); Nutrition - from China to the West Art-Science Quality of Nutrition (1974); !Kung Hunter-Gatherers - Feminism, Diet, and Birth Control (1974); Beyond Economics and Nutrition - the Complex Basis of Food Policy (1975); Maternal Nutrition and Traditional Food Behavior in Haiti (1976); The Aboriginal Eskimo Diet in Modern Perspective (1977); Alimento and Fresco - Nutritional Concepts and Their Implications for Health Care (1977); The Magnitude of Malnutrition in Latin America (1978); Improving Cognitive Ability in Chronically Deprived Children (1978); Protein-Calorie Malnutrition (1978); Population, Food Intake, and Fertility (1978); The "New Ferment" in National Health Policies - the Case of Norway's Nutrition and Food Policy (1979); Nutrition, Consumption, and Agricultural Change (1980); Arctic Nutrition (1980); World Population Growth, Soil Erosion, and Food Security (1981); Diet as Adaptation - the Search for Nutritional Strategies (1981); Chemistry and World Food Supplies (1982); Cassava - a Basic Energy Source in the Tropics (1982); Food Science and Nutrition - the Gulf Between Rich and Poor (1982), 1945 - 19821919-451Journal of Nutrition Education - Supplement 1, 1979 (complete issue) Paper: Cultural Interaction and Child Nutrition (Toward a Curvi-linear Compromise?) Book Excerpt: 'Social Science, Food and Nutrition' (Development from Below: Anthropologists and Development Situations, 1976) Book Reviews (3) Research Notes (11), 1976 - 19791919-452Articles: The Production of Change in a Pre-Natal Clinic - Some Influential Factors (1954); The Child Consumer - Cultural Factors Influencing His Food Choices (1962); Food and Thought - a Sociologic Study of Food Cultists (1967); Hunger USA - the Public Pushes Congress (1970); Food and Nutrition - is America Due for a National Policy? (1974); Food Additives (1972); Toward a Nutrition Policy (1972); DES - a Case Study of Regulatory Abdication (1972); United States Agribusiness and Agricultural Trends (1969); Food Stamps - Too Little for Too Few (1975); Homemade Baby Food - Setting the Record Straight / Beech-Nut Tries to Scare Parents (1976); The Health Belief Model and Prediction of Dietary Compliance - a Field Experiment (1977); Too Much Sugar? (1978); The Food Fortification Fraud (1979); For the 80s - Food and Behavior (1979); It's Natural! It's Organic! Or Is It? (1980); Vegetarianism - Can You Get By Without Meat? (1980); Two Mothers Fight the Bureaucracy - and Win (1981) Lectures: The Dynamics of Changing Food Habits (1955); Cultural Factors in Understanding and Changing Food Habits (1963); Progress in Everything but Nutrition? Papers: Problems of Obtaining a Sample in a Study of Deviancy - a Case of Failure (1967); Doctrine and Diet in an Urban American Medical Cult (1972) Research Notes (6) Booklets / Publications: The Cornucopia Project - Organic Paths to Food Security (complete issue); Poverty Law Report (October 1974, complete issue); The Food Stamp Program (1975, complete booklet - includes "Shopping with Food Stamps" booklet and 'Household Income Standards' sheet); Food Comix (1980, complete issue) Miscellaneous: Bibliography; information, phenylketonuria diet, 1954 - 19811919-448Articles: People, Energy, and Food (1954); World Population in Relation to Potential Food Supply (1957); Calcium - Unusual Sources in the Highland Peruvian Diet (1963); Leaf Protein as a Human Food (1966); Malnutrition, Learning, and Behavior (excerpt) [1968]; Nutrition and Learning (1969); Human Food Production as a Process in the Biosphere (1970); The Sweet Tooth (1972); Vitamin E - What's Behind All those Claims for It? (1973); Recommended Dietary Allowances (1974); Agriculture - FDA Seeks to Regulate Genetic Manipulation of Food Crops (1974); The High Fibre Diet in the Treatment of Diverticular Disease of the Colon (1974); In Praise of Dried Beans (1975); The Role of Fiber in the Diet (1975); Food for Thought (1975); Energy and Land Constraints in Food Protein Production (1975); Malnutrition and Environmental Enrichment by Early Adoption (1975); Agricultural Production and Energy Resources (1976); Is Vitamin C Really Good for Colds? (1976); Balancing Energy and Food Production, 1975-2000 (1976); Center-Pivot Irrigation (1976); What's Your Nutrition I.Q.? (1977); Fish Culture - Problems and Prospects (1977); Soil Deterioration and the Growing World Demand for Food (1977); Nutritional Outputs and Energy Inputs in Seafoods (1977); Drip Irrigation (1977); Beef Production Efficiency (1977); Books (1978); Limits to Growth in World Food Production (1978); Does Malnutrition Affect Fecundity? - a Summary of Evidence (1980); Epidermal Growth Factor is a Major Growth-Promoting Agent in Human Milk (1980); The Process of Malnourishing (1981); Conservation of Rice Genetic Resources - Luxury or Necessity (1984) Papers: Nutrition and the Climatic Pattern of Soil Development Research Notes (2 sets), 1954 - 19841919-449Food Production and the Energy Crisis (1973); Food-Related Energy Requirements (1974); How Nutritious are Fast-Food Meals? (1975); Forage Crops (1976); Bread - You Can't Judge a Loaf by its Color (1976); Middlemen on Top (1976); An American Ordeal - the Barbecue (1976); Is it True What They Say about Yogurt? (1976); Land Degradation - Effects on Food and Energy Resources (1976); The Tomato (1978); Dried Soup Mixes (This is Soup?) (1978); Which Cereal for Breakfast? (1981); The Pritikin Program - Claims vs. Facts (1982) Papers: Gumbo - a Culture History of Louisiana (1976) Other: Suggested Detoxification Diet; Del Monte Nutrition Guide, 1973 - 19821919-45320 pages of notes concerning patient attitudes and behavior, n.d.1919-454Notes (3 sets): Rights of Patients in Historical Perspective; Patients' Rights in Contemporary Health Care; Patients' Rights, n.d.1919-455Articles: The Moral Career of the Mental Patient (1959); Stages of Illness and Medical Care (1965); Uncooperative Patients: Some Cultural Interpretations (1967); Sociobehavioral Determinants of Compliance with Health and Medical Care Recommendations (1975); The Sick Role Concept: Understanding Illness Behavior (1976); Lines of Reconstruction and Extension in the Parsonian Sociology of Illness (1976); The Sick Role: Assessment and Overview (1978); Reexamining the Sick-Role Concept: an Empirical Assessment (1979); Feeling Sick: the Experience and Legitimation of Illness (1981) Bibliography: Compliance with Medical Regimens - an Annotated Bibliography (1974) Research Notes (6 sets) Miscellaneous: Book reviews Lectures: The Role of the Patient (No. 300); Deviancy and the Sick Role - October 23, 1962, 1959 - 19811919-456Articles: Occupational Structure and Criminal Behavior - Prescription Violation by Retail Pharmacists (1963); Adjustment to Occupational Role Strain - the Case of Retail Pharmacy (1964), 1963 - 19641919-457Articles: A Model for the Analysis of Cross-Cultural Action Programs (Pearsall article published in Human Organization, Vol. 19, No. 4, 1960-61); Wall Street Journal article on chiropractors (1961); The Strange World of Mechanical Quackery (1964); The Persistence of Medical Quackery in America (1972); A Behavioral Science Perspective in the Comparative Approach to the Delivery of Health Care (1973); Chiropractic: Healing or Hokum? HEW Is Looking for Answers (1974); Manipulating the Patient: A Comparison of the Effectiveness of Physician and Chiropractic Care (1974); Chiropractors: Healers or Quacks?, Part 1: The 80-year War with Science (September, 1975); Chiropractors: Healers or Quacks?, Part 2: How Chiropractors Can Help - Or Harm (October, 1975); Boundary Medicine: Preliminary Estimate of Health Care Outside of the Conventional Medical System (1975); Negative Therapeutics (review of Medical Nemesis by Ivan Illich) (1975); The Role of Self-Help Clubs in Adaptation to Chronic Illness and Disablility (1976); The Health Seeking Process: An Approach to the Natural History of Illness (1977); On Helping Those Who Help Themselves (1977); Humoral Traces in United States Folk Medicine (1979); Lexemic Change and Semantic Shift in Disease Names (1979); A Review of Over-the-Counter Drug Therapy (1979); Herbal Teas and Toxins: Novel Aspects of Pyrrolizidine Poisoning in the United States (1980); Review of The Women's Health Care Movement: Feminist Alternatives to Medical Control (first page only, missing rest of the article; 1980); Client Choices Among Osteopaths and Ordinary Physicians in a Michigan Community (1980) Typewritten notes taken from articles and books: "Historical Relationships Between Scientific and Lay Medicine for Present-Day Patient Education," Bruno Gebhard, Bulletin of the History of Medicine, Vol. 32, pages 46-53 (1958); The Golden Age of Quackery, Stewart H. Holbrook, New York: Macmillan (1959); "Psychodynamics of Group Opposition to Health Programs," Judd Marmor, Viola W. Bernard and Petty Ottenberg, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, Vol. 30, pages 330-45 (1960), 1958 - 19801919-462Incomplete typed copy of this bibliography (missing title page and contents pages), 19671919-463Complete typed copy of the bibliography (includes title page and contents pages), 19671919-464Complete typed copy of the bibliography (includes title page and contents pages), 19671919-45810 copies of 'A Model' (1961); published in Human Organization 10 copies of 'Supervision' (1961); published in Nursing Outlook 10 copies of 'Participant' (1965); published in Nursing Research, 1961 - 19651919-4599 copies (1969); published in The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 19691919-46032 copies (1954); published in Human Organization, 19541919-46119 copies, 19541919-465Chapter 1 - Wooton and Its People: Contains a typed copy of Chapter 1 as well as a hand-written copy; tables and supplemental notes for Chapter 1, 19731919-466Chapter 2 - Doctors, Nurses and Hospitals, and the Relation Between Cost and Care: Contains 3 copies of Chapter 2 (2 typed, 1 hand-written); hand-written preliminary copy of Chapter 2; tables and the supplemental notes; 2 sheets of notes concerning the Preface; book reviews, article section, 19731919-467Chapter 3 - Health Concerns, Knowledge and Actions: Contains tables and supplemental notes for Chapter 3 (continued in Folder 4), 19731919-468Chapter 3 - Health Concerns, Knowledge and Actions: Contains tables and supplemental notes for Chapter 3 (continued from folder 3, 19731919-469Chapter 4 - Use and Evaluation of Services: Contains tables and supplemental notes for Chapter 4, 19731919-470Chapters 1 and 2 (Contains typed, complete copies of Chapter 1 and Chapter 2), 19731919-471Tables: Contains 5 copies (numbered 2-6) of Tables 4-5, 7-10, 15-17; Tables 18-19, 22-23, 27, 31-35, 37-47; 1 article - Our Clinic (1979), 1973 - 19791919-472Contains map sketches of the community, census data, and employment notes, 19732020-473Contains individual responses to the questionnaire as well as notes, 19732020-474Contains data concerning the questionnaire responses, 19732020-475Contains the questionnaire as well as data summaries and charts, a copy of the New Mexico Department of Public Health Tentative Coding System Rural Health Survey, 19732020-476Contains compiled answers to questionnaire questions, 19732020-477Contains compiled data from responses to the questionnaire, 19732020-478Contains 5 copies (numbered 2-6) of the Health Care Questionnaire and Interview Guide, 19732020-479Contains 5 copies (numbered 7-11 [copy 10 missing pp.1-4]) of the Health Care Questionnaire and Interview Guide, 19732020-480Questionnaires, Nos. 1-6, 19732020-481Questionnaires, Nos. 7-12, 19732020-482Questionnaires, Nos. 14, 16-20, 19732020-483Questionnaires, Nos. 21-26, 19732020-484Questionnaires, Nos. 27-32, 19732020-485Questionnaires, Nos. 33-38, 19732020-486Questionnaires, Nos. 39-44, 19732020-487Questionnaires, Nos. 45-50, 19732020-488Questionnaires, Nos. 51-56, 19732020-489Questionnaires, Nos. 59-62, 64, 111, 19732020-490Contains notes and charts concerning the question of beliefs about doctors, 19732020-491Contains notes concerning the question of beliefs about nurses, 19732020-492Contains notes, tables, etc. concerning the questions of receiving care from nurse practitioners vs. RNs and nurses vs. doctors, 19732020-493Contains notes concerning the question of occupations, 19732121-503Articles: Human Embryos in the Laboratory (2 copies, 1970); Freedom, Coercion, and Asexual Reproduction (1970); Fetology: Medical and Ethical Implications of Intervention in the Prenatal Period (1970); Moving Toward the Clonal Man: Is this what we want? (1971); Potential Consequences of Experimentation with Human Eggs (1971); Excerpt from "New Beginnings in Life" (1971); Risk-Taking for the Unborn (1972); Shall We "Reproduce"? (1972); Embryology: Out of the Womb-into the Test Tube (1973); 'Live' Abortus Research Raises Hackles of Some, Hopes of Others (1973); The Human Fetus as Useful Research Material (1973); National Research Act: Restores Training, Bans Fetal Research (1974); Fetal Research: HEW Rules Department from Commission's Recommendations (2 copies, 1975); Fetal Research: Response to the Recommendations (1975); Fetal Research and Ethical Issues (1975); Complete issue of the Hastings Center Report, Vol. 5, No. 3, June 1975 containing articles on Fetal Research (1975); Fetal Research: The Case History of a Massachusetts Law (1975); In vitro Fertilization: Is It Safe and Repeatable? (1978); External Human Fertilization (1979), 1970 - 19792121-4943 copies of report (1957), 19572121-49548-page set of typewritten notes containing one week's observation of the Emergency "ward" (January, 1957); also typed field notes of Sam Schulman, working with Pearsall; typewritten notes on the 143rd Annual Report of the Trustees of the Massachusetts General Hospital (1957); several mimeographed copies of floor plans of several different wings of the hospital, 19572121-49618 sets of handwritten notes containing hour-by-hour observation of daily activities of nurses; 4 sets of typewritten notes with personal information of each nurse followed by her daily activity summary (March, 1957), 19572121-49710 sets of typewritten notes with personal information of each nurse followed by her daily activity summary (March, 1957), 19572121-49884-page set of typewritten notes containing a two-week observation of the Outpatient department (February, 1957); also typed field notes of Warren Benuis, working with Pearsall; several flow-charts showing supervisory hierarchies; two sets of pocket-sized handwritten notes; several sets of general notes on the set-up and function of an out patient department; news clipping (Boston Globe, 2-14-1957), 19572121-499120-page set of typewritten notes containing a 1 -month (November 29, 1956 - January 17, 1957) observation of the Beth Israel (Brookline, MA) outpatient department; report entitled "The Outpatient Study" (n.d.); report entitled "Organizational Factors - 'Observations of the OPD'" (n.d.), 19572121-501Contains 5 copies of Pearsall's comments on Stekert's article 'Focus for Conflict: Southern Mountain Medical Beliefs in Detroit' (numbered 2-7), 1970, 19702121-500Contains 16 copies of Pearsall's article, 1962, 19622121-5029 sets of bibliographies and reading lists dated 1953-1969; 3 undated lists; University of California Department of Anthropology: "Guide to the Literature of Anthropology for Graduate Students" (n.d.); one syllabus reading list (from Pearsall's work as an undergraduate?) for Anthropology 198A, Fall semester 1946, 1946 - 19692121-504Statements: Harvard Medical School Rules Governing the Participation of Medical Students as Experimental Subjects (1965); Statement on Problems of Anthropological Research and Ethics by the Fellows of the American Anthropological Association (1967); Pamphlet containing: "The Nuremberg Code," "International Code of Medical Ethics, 1949," "Principles for Those in Research and Experimentation, 1954," "Declaration of Helsinki, 1964," "American Medical Association's Principles of Medical Ethics (in part)" printed from Opinions and Reports of the Judicial Council of the American Medical Association (1971); Protection of Human Subjects, from the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (1974); Code of Federal Regulations 45 CFR 46 and Certain Other Related Laws and Regulations on Protection of Human Subjects (1978) Reports: Privacy and Behavioral Research, by the Executive Office of the President, Office of Science and Technology (1967); Important Clarification From the Public Health Service of Policies Relating to Research on Human Subjects, by the Surgeon General, Public Health Service (1967); Report of the Ethics Committee of the American Anthropological Association (1969); National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research Summary of Activities (1978); Regulations Governing Research on Human Subjects: Academic Freedom and the Institutional Review Board (1981); Conclusions and Recommendations of White House Panel on Privacy and Behavioral Research: Individual Scientist's and Institution's Procedures (n.d.) Other: From the DAEDALUS Conference on the Ethical Aspects of Experimentation on Humans, a list of book / article abstracts (1968); excerpts from article entitled "Lawsuit Threat Seen Growing as Medical Research Involving Humans Increases; New Protection Sought for Patient, Investigator, Institution, Drug Sponsor (from Drug Research Reports, 1969); list of 220 citations (covering 1969-1973) taken from a search of the National Library of Medicine for articles on human experimentation; list of 272 citations (covering 1970-1974) taken from a search of the National Library of Medicine for articles on informed consent; list of 291 citations (covering 1973-1975) taken from a search of the National Library of Medicine for articles on human experimentation; bibliography entitled "Experimentation and Consent" (n.d.) Articles: Medical Science Under Dictatorship (1949); Administrative Obstacles to Behavioral Research as Perceived by Administrators and Research Psychologists (1965); Pitfalls in Social Research: A Case Study (1966); Ethics and Clinical Research (3 copies, 1966); Human Experimentation: New York Verdict Affirms Patient's Rights (1966), 1949 - 19812121-505Articles: Privacy and Behavioral Research (1967); Research Policies and Problems in Residential Institutions (1967); Ethical and Political Dilemmas in the Investigation of Deviance: A Study of Juvenile Delinquency (1967); Ethical Issues in Research with Human Subjects (1967); The Use of Human Subjects (1968); Experimentation in Children (1969); Compensating Persons Injured in Human Experimentation (1970); The Ethics of Research (1971); Informed Consent: A Study of Patient Reaction (1971; copy also in Coursework - BSC 811 - 1982 Current Lecture); APA Adopts Detailed Code on Human Experimentation (1973); Medical Science, the Clinical Trial and Society (1973); Human Experimentation-The Ethical Questions Persist (1973); Genetic Engineering and the Normative View of the Human (1973); Should There Be a Researchers' Privilege (1973); Changes in 'Informed Consent' (1973; copy also in Ethics / BSC 811 Miscellaneous Readings); Medical Research in Prisons: Should a Moratorium Be Called? (1973); The Protection of Human Subjects: An Open Letter to NIH (1974); Clinical Research is the Best Medicine (2 copies, 1972); Protection of the Subjects of Social Research (1974); Colony Hutterites As Research Subjects (1974); Patient's Rights: Harvard is Site of Battle over X and Y Chromosomes (1974); Terrified Consent (1974); Human Experimentation (1975); How Much Do the Guinea Pigs Need to Know (1975); Experimenting on Human Subjects: Philosophical Perspectives (1975); Academy Forum: Science and Its Critics (1975); Privacy: Congressional Efforts Are Coming to Fruition (1975); Privacy and Security in Computer Systems (1975); The Ethics of Experimentation with Human Subjects (2 copies, 1976); Confidentiality: Court Declares Researcher Can Protect Sources (1976); Electroshock Experiment at Albany Violates Ethics Guidelines (1977); On Fieldwork and Those Exposed to Fieldwork: Federal Regulations and Moral Issues (1977); Medical Research: Statistics and Ethics (1977); Health Records and Privacy: What Would Hippocrates Say? (1977); Racism and Research: The Case of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study (1978); Research Involving Human Subjects (1978); Institutional Review Boards as an Instrument of Assessment: Research Involving Human Subjects in the United States (1978); Ethics in Social Science Research (1979); Final Research Regulations Approved: Most Social Science Research Exempt (1981); Were Tuskegee and Willowbrook 'Studies in Nature'? (1982), 1967 - 19822121-506Articles: Breast Cancer - Second Thoughts about Routine Mammography (1976); Cancer Institute Unilaterally Issues New Restrictions on Mammography (1977); Mammography Controversy - NIH's Entre into Evaluating Technology (1977); Chemical Carcinogens - the Scientific Basis for Regulation (1978); Chemical Carcinogens - How Dangerous are Low Doses? (1978); Identifying Environmental Chemicals Causing Mutations and Cancer (1979); How to Assess Cancer Risks (1979); NCI Bioassays Yield a Trail of Blunders (1979); Risk and Responsibility (1979); The Regulation of Carcinogenic Hazards (1980); Comment on Social Risk (1980); Risks of Risk Decisions (1980); The Origins of U.S. Safety Standards for Microwave Radiation (1980); Estimating Cancer Risks from Low Doses of Ionizing Radiation (1980); From Public Health to Political Epidemiology (1981); Regulation of Technological Activities - a New Approach (1981), 1976 - 19812121-507Folders 1 and 2 contain a typewritten copy of Pearsall's own compilation, including her handwritten draft of the preface and several pages of corrections; Pages 1-129, 19752121-508Folders 1 and 2 contain a typewritten copy of Pearsall's own compilation, including her handwritten draft of the preface and several pages of corrections; Pages 130-196 (end), 19752121-509Complete bound copy, 19752121-510Complete bound copy, 19752121-511Complete bound copy, 19752222-516Contains Suzanne Meadow's thesis, 'Training Anthropologists for Academic / Non-Academic Health Careers', a questionnaire for Pearsall, and a report 'Applied Anthropologists in the Health Field (A.A.H.F.)', 19762222-517Articles: The University in Medicine - Concept of the New Program at the University of Florida (1956); A Department of Behavioral Science (1959); The Sociologist as Medical Educator - a Discussion (1960); Social Sciences in the Teaching of Public Health (1960); Interdisciplinary Relations in Teaching Anthropology (1963); Behavioral Science in the Medical Curriculum (1965); Teaching Social Medicine in the United States (1966); Practicing Physicians' Judgments of Curriculum Content in the Behavioral Sciences (1972); The Teaching of Behavioural Sciences in the Family Medicine Residency Programs in Canada and in the United States (1974); Things Ain't What They Used to Be - the Social Scientist in Clinical Education (1975); Wisconsin Students Deal with Costs in Simulations in Clinical Clerkships (1977); Translating Social Science Concepts into Medical Education - a Model and a Curriculum (1980); More Anthropology and Less Sleep for Medical Students (1981) Research Notes (4 sets), 1956 - 19812222-512Articles: The Cultural Context of Health Education (1953); Respect for Cultural Differences (1953); Perspectives for Social Science Research in Mental Health (1956); Medicine's Third Dimension (1956); Social Science in Public Health (1956); Knowing Your Area (1957); Working with People of Different Cultural Backgrounds (1957); Soap and Education (1957); A Theoretical Model for Health Action (1957); "Management Bias" in Social Science Study of Medical Treatment (1957); Preventive Medicine and Epidemiology (1958); The Cultural Curtain (1959); Medicine and the Behavioral Sciences (1960); What Research in Motivation Suggests for Public Health (1960); The Use of Sociological and Social-Psychological Concepts in Physiological Research - a Review of Selected Experimental Studies (1960); Some Principles of Research Design in Public Health (1961); Cultural Anthropology, Social Psychology, and Sociology in Public Health (1961); The Roads to Social Research in Health (1962); Health, Society, and Social Science (1963); Anthropological Perspectives on Medicine and Public Health (1963); Sociocultural Factors in International Biomedical Research (1964); Needed Research on the Social-Psychological Aspects of Disease (1964); Behavioral Science, Nursing Services, and the collaborative Process - a Case Study (1967); The Social Scientist as a New Member of the Hospital Team (1967); Sociological Studies on Mental Health and Mental Disorder (1968); Planning for the Distribution of Personal Health Services (1969); Some Anthropological Issues Related to Community Mental Health Programs in the United States (1971); Beyond Diagnosis - an Approach to the Integration of Behavioral Science and Clinical Medicine (1972); Science's Role in the World Health Organization (1973); Biomedical Innovation, Values, and Anthropological Research (1974); Health and the Corporate Society (1975), 1953 - 19752222-513Toward Redesigning National Health Systems (1976); Rural Health Problems in Developing Countries - the Need for a Comprehensive Community Approach (1976); Health and Society - Some Ethical Imperatives (1977); Medical Anthropology and International Health Planning (1977); The Missing Link in Medical Anthropology - the Political Economy of Health (1979); Epidemiological and Political Determinants of Social Policies Regarding the Public Health (1979); Anthropology and Mental Health - Reflections on Interdisciplinary Growth (1979); Patient Behavior, the Provision of Medical Care, and Medical-Social Policy (1980); various book reviews, 1976 - 19802222-514Papers: Action Anthropology in a Mental Hospital (1960); Research for Planning Patterns of Rural Health Services (1962); Action Social Science: Its Implications for Psychology (1963); The Anthropologist and the Psychiatric Team (1964); The Future of Social Medicine in the United States (1966); A Sociomedical Response to Edward S. Rogers' "Public Health Asks of Sociology. . ." (1969); Return to an American Neanderthal Reservation of Health Care - an Applied Medical Anthropological View (1974); Renal Dialysis and Sociomedical Policy (1976); Toward an Optimal Use of Medical Anthropologists (1979), 1960 - 19792222-515Other: Social Science Research - Opportunities in Dental Health (booklet, 1975); The Extension Service's Responsibility in Aiding Rural People to Improve their Health and Medical Services (statement, 1947) Research Notes (12 sets) 1 set miscellaneous notes, 1947 - 19752222-518Articles: Some Notes on Physiological Conditions as Social Problems (2 copies, 1974); Social Problem Ideologies (1975); Behavioral Science Applied to Cardiovascular Health: Progress and Research Needs in the Modification of Risk-Taking Habit in Adult Populations (1976); You Are Dangerous to Your Health: The Ideology and Politics of Victim Blaming (1977); Persuasion and Coercion for Health: Ethical Issues in Government Efforts to Change Life-Styles (1978); Health Education: Can the Reformers Be Reformed? (1978); An Unequivocal Change of Policy: Prevention Health and Medical Sociology (1979); Distributing the burden fairly: Ethics and national health policy (1980); Public Health and Public Wealth: Social Costs as a Basis for Restrictive Policies (1980), 1974 - 19802222-519Articles: Amniocentesis and Prenatal Diagnosis; Who Shall be Born?; Law, Morality, and Abortion (1968); Abortion (1969); Ethical Problems of Abortion (1974); Amniocentesis - HEW Backs Test for Prenatal Diagnosis of Disease (1975); Abortion and the Priest-Counselor (1976); Pregnancy Termination in Midtrimester - Review of Major Methods (1976); Cervical Dilatation - a Review (1977); Test Yourself for Pregnancy? (1978); Cutting the Risk of Childbirth after 35 - the Reassurance Amniocentesis Can Provide (1979); Genetic Amniocentesis (1980); Complications of Abortion in Developing Countries (1980); Prenatal Diagnosis of Neural Tube Defects (1980) Dr. Kenneth Edelin Manslaughter Case (Abortion, Fetal Research): Articles: Medical Ethics in the Courtroom - the Role of Law vs. Professional Self-Discipline (1974); Manslaughter - the Charge Against Edelin of Boston City Hospital (1974); Grave-Robbing - the Charge Against Four from Boston City Hospital (1974); Abortion and Manslaughter - a Boston Doctor Goes on Trial (1975); The Ethics of Fetal Research, Ch. 8 - Controversial Cases (1975); Fetal Research - HEW Rules Depart from Commission's Recommendations (1975) Clipping: Edelin Conviction Overturned (1977) Poem: 'And After Christmas', by Marya Mannes Charted map: Legal Status of Abortion, 1975 Bibliography: Abortion, 1968 - 19802222-520Articles: Therapeutic Abortions in New York City - a 20-Year Review (1965); Positions on Abortion (1970); Abortion Laws and Their Victims (1966); The Major Issues and the Argumentation in the Abortion Debate (1971); Abortion in New York City - the First Nine Months (1971); Legal Abortions - Early Medical Complications (1971); Abortion and Public Opinion - the 1960-1970 Decade (1971); Psychiatric Sequelae to Term Birth and Induced Early and Late Abortion - a Longitudinal Study (1973); Catholic Clergy on Abortion - Preliminary Findings of a New York State Survey (1974); Ethical Problems of Abortion (1974); Abortion and the Techniques of Neutralization (1974); Abortion, Illegitimacy, and the American Birth Rate (1974); Abortion and the Law - the Impact on Hospital Policy of the 'Roe' and 'Doe' Decisions (1976); Abortion Law and Practice - a Status Report (1976); Psychosocial Correlates of Delayed Decisions to Abort (1976); Abortion and the Supreme Court - Round Two (1976); Legal Abortion (1977); A Decade of International Change in Abortion Law - 1967-1977 (1978); Sociology and Abortion - Legacies and Strategies (1979); The Supreme Court and Abortion - the Irrelevance of Medical Judgment (1980); Legal Abortion - the Public Health Record (1982) Bibliography: The Committee on the Life Sciences and Social Policy's 'Bibliography on Abortion' Other: Center for Disease Control Abortion Surveillance 1974 (complete issue); Problem Pregnancy & Abortion Counseling Project Statement of Principles; abortion guidelines and regulations, 1965 - 19822222-521Articles: Pessimism among Older Rural and Urban Persons (1960); Socioenvironmental Factors in the Health of Older Persons (1962); The Life Review - an Interpretation of Reminiscence in the Aged (1963); And Then We Were Old (1965); Use of Medical Resources by Spancos I - Extent and Sources of Medical Care in a Very Old Population (1966); Use of Medical Resources by Spancos II - Social Factors and Medical Care Experience (1967); The Anthropology of Aging, a New Area for Studies of Culture and Personality (1967); Social Correlates of Weight in an Aging Population (1967); Health Orientations of Older Rural and Urban Men (1967); Growing Old the Outpatient Way (1969); Basic Research in Gerontology (1970); Ten Myths about Aging (1970); The Aging - Needs and Services (1971); On Growing Old in America (1972); The Double Standard of Aging (1972); Aging - Noncycling Cells an Explanation (1972); Communal Life-Styles for the Old (1973); Cross-Cultural Study of the Aged (1976); Trends in Anthropological Gerontology - from Simmons to the Seventies (1976); Stereotypes of the Aged (1976); National Institute on Aging - New Focus on Growing Old (1976); The Teaching of Geriatric Medicine (1976); Biological Perspectives on Aging (1978); The Cell Biology of Human Aging (1980); Euthanasia (1981) Bibliography: Selected Films on Aging (1975) Papers: Retirement (1964); Older Citizens in Modern American Society (1972) Reviews: Is There a Sociology of Death? (1981); Aging, Dying, and the Life Cycle (1981); reviews for 'The Aging Enterprise - a Critical Examination of Social Policies and services for the Aged' and 'Aging in Culture and Society - Comparative Viewpoints' Syllabus: SOC 498 - Anthropology of Aging and the Aged (1976) Other: Seminar - the Sciences and Aging - From Cell Life to the Community of Man - Abstracts (1972); Geriatric Focus, Vol. 11., No. 5, December 1972 (complete issue), 1960 - 19812222-522Articles: Ten-Year Results of the Treatment of Primary Operable Breast Carcinoma - a Summary of 304 Patients Evaluated by the TNM System (1976); Breast Cancer - Etiology and Possible Prevention (1975); Breast Cancer - Reports of New Therapy are Greatly Exaggerated (1976); Evaluation of Quality of Life in Patients Receiving Treatment for Advanced Breast Cancer (1976); Chemotherapy of Disseminated Breast Cancer (1977); Human Breast Cancer - Androgen Action Mediated by Estrogen Receptor (1978); Mammary Cancer - Selective Action of the Estrogen Receptor Complex (1979); Adjuvant Chemotherapy for Breast Carcinoma (1979); Low Urinary Estrogen Glucuronides in Women at Risk for Familial Breast Cancer (1979); Studies on the Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics of Tamoxifen in Normal Volunteers (1980); Clinical Pharmacology of Tamoxifen in Patients with Breast Cancer - Comparison of Traditional and Loading Dose Schedules (1980); Tamoxifen - an Overview of Recent Studies in the Field of Oncology (1980); Cytostructural Localization of a Tumor-Associated Antigen (1980); Breast Cancer - the Retreat from Radical Surgery (1981); Growth Arrest and Morphological Changes of Human Breast Cancer Cells by Dibutyryl Cyclic AMP and L-Arginine (1981); Decreased Nocturnal Plasma Melatonin Peak in Patients with Estrogen Receptor Positive Breast Cancer (1982) Other: book reviews (1981); Table of Contents, Proceedings of the Symposium on Antiestrogen Therapy for Hormone-Dependent Tumors (1980); The Medical Forum - Breast Cancer Pamphlet: Progress Against Cancer of the Breast, 1975 - 19802222-523Articles: Is Breast-Feeding Best for Babies?; Bottle-Feeding - Adverse Effects of a Western Technology (1974); Human Milk, Nutrition, and the World Resource Crisis (1975); Milking the Third World (1976); Nursing Frequency, Gonadal Function, and Birth Spacing Among !Kung Hunter-Gatherers (1980) Publications: Population Reports - Family Planning Programs / Breast-feeding - Aid to Infant Health and Fertility Control (Series J, No. 4, July 1975); The Infant Formula Controversy - a Nestle View (1978) [includes letter from company stating purpose of Nestle and its views], 1974 - 19802222-524Articles: Some Sociocultural Considerations in the Care of Patients with Myocardial Infarction (1960); Returning the Farmer with Cardiac Disease to Work (1961); The Physician and Postmyocardial Infarction Invalidism (1965); Atherosclerosis (1966); Transfer from a Coronary Care Unit (1968); Social Factors in the Prognosis of men Following First Myocardia Infarction (1970); Observations on the Pathogenesis of Coronary Heart Disease (1971); High Blood Pressure - What to Do When Your Numbers are Up (1974); A Model for the Social Sciences and Medicine - the Case for Hypertension (1975); Hyperlipidemia and Atherosclerosis (1976); Atherosclerotic Plaques - Competing Theories Guide Research (1976); Atherosclerosis - the Cholesterol Connection (1976); Hypertension - a Complex Disease with Complex Causes (1976); Detection of Heart Disease - Promising New Methods (1976); After the Heart Attack - Limiting the Damage (1976); Sudden Death - Strategies for Prevention (1977); The Aging Heart - Changes in Function and Response to Drugs (1977); The Origin of Atherosclerosis (1977); Stress, Behavior Patterns, and Coronary Disease (1977); Systemic Hypertension and the Relaxation Response (1977); Microvascular Surgery for Stroke (1978); Selective Phospholipid Adsorption and Atherosclerosis (1979); The HDL - the Good Cholesterol Carriers? (1979); Hold the Salt and Stay Healthy? (1979); Coronary Artery Spasms and Heart Disease (1980); The Control of Hypertension - a Therapeutic Breakthrough (1980); The Rise and Fall of Ischemic Heart Disease (1980); The Total Artificial Heart (1981); A Program in Epidemiology (1981); Diet and Heart Disease (1981); Aneurysms (1982); Cardiovascular Research - Decades of Progress, a Decade of Promise (1982); Heart Study Produces a Surprise Result (1982); The Changing Protestant Ethic - Rural Patterns in Health, Work, and Leisure Paper: The Support Structure of Heart and Stroke Patients - a Study of the Role of Significant Others in Patient Rehabilitation Pamphlets: Public Affairs Pamphlet No. 483A - Watch Your Blood Pressure! (1976); Hardening of the Arteries - Cause of Heart Attacks (1972) Other: Reports of the Rural High Blood Pressure Control Project (1983); Factors Related to Heart Disease Among Ohio Farmers - an Epidemiological Analysis of Mortality Data (1959); Lay Knowledge and Opinion about Heart Disease - a Study in Selected Areas of Louisiana (1955) Research Notes (1 set), 1955 - 19822222-525Articles: Recommended Procedures for the Study of Use-Effectiveness of Contraceptive Methods; The Use-Effectiveness of Contraceptive Methods (1962); Statistical Evaluation of the Rhythm Method (1962); Intra-Uterine Contraceptive Rings - History and Statistical Appraisal; Comparative Study of Three Contraceptive Methods - Vaginal Foam Tablets, Jelly Alone, and Diaphragm with Jelly or Cream (1963); Intravaginal Contraceptive Study (1962); Child Spacing - the Mathematical Probabilities (1963); Oral Contraceptives - Long-Term Use Produces Fine Structural Changes in Liver Mitochondria (1969); Prognosis for the Development of New Chemical Birth-Control Agents (1969); Women Told to Take Safer Pill (1969); The Pill - Do its Benefits Outweigh its Hazards? (1970); Birth Control after 1984 (1970); Voluntary Sterilization (1971); Efficacy and Tolerance of Intravenous Prostaglandins F2 and E2 (1971); Chemical Methods of Male Contraception (1973); Condom - an Old Method Meets a New Social Need (1973); The Modern Condom - a Quality Product for Effective Contraception (1974); Birth Control without Contraceptives (1974); Dalkon Shield Affair - a Bad Lesson in Science and Decision-Making (1974); 5-Thio-D-Glucose - a Unique Male Contraceptive (1974); Vasectomy - What are the Problems? (1975); Vaginal Contraceptives - a Time for Reappraisal? (1975); Injectable Progestogens - Official s Debate but Use Increases (1975); Advantages or Orals Outweigh Disadvantages (1975); On Contraception (1975); The Diaphram and Other Intravaginal Barriers - a Review (1976); Tubal Sterilization - Review of Methods (1976); Debate on Oral Contraceptives and Neoplasia Continues; Answers Remain Elusive (1977); Steroid Contraceptive Use and Cervical Dysplasia - Increased Risk of Progression (1977); OCs - Update on Usage, Safety, and Side Effects (1979), 1962 - 19792222-526Articles: IUDs - Update on Safety, Effectiveness, and Research (1979); Spermicides - Simplicity and Safety are Major Assets (1979); Condoms - a Report Based on Laboratory Tests and on Detailed Questionnaires Filled Out by Nearly 1900 Readers (1979); Injectable Contraceptive Synthesis - an Example of International Cooperation (1980); Vasectomy - its Simple, it Works, but it has Drawbacks, Too (1981); Legal Trends and Issues in Voluntary Sterilization (1981); Periodic Abstinence - How Well do New Approaches Work? (1981); Oral Contraceptives in the 1980s (1982); IUDs - an Appropriate Contraceptive for Many Women (1982); Update on Condoms - Products, Protection, Promotion (1982); Long-Acting Progestins - Promise and Prospects (1983); New Developments in Vaginal Contraception (1984) Clipping: cartoon, 'We Must Preserve the Sanctity of Marriage!' (1969) Flyer: Fayette County Birth Control Services information and birth control methods chart Pamphlets: "The Pill" (1973); Contraception with IUD's (1975) 1 set notes, 1969 - 19842222-527Articles: Fluoridation and the Social Scientist - a Review; Small-Town Fluoridation Fight (1953); A Study of the Anti-Scientific Attitude (1955); Synopsis of Report on Fluoridation (1959); A Signpost for Research on Fluoridation Conflicts - the Concept of Relative Deprivation (1961); Attitude Research on the Fluoridation Controversy (1961) [2 copies]; Fluoride Protection of Bones and Teeth (1965); Fluoridation - a Meeting in Detroit Raises Some Questions (1966); Science, Voters, and the Fluoridation Controversy (1968); Community Structural Characteristics and the Adoption of Fluoridation (1981); Fluoridation - Strategies for Success (1981); Letters - Skeptics Criticize Fluoridation (1969) Bibliographies: Bibliography of Social-Scientific Studies in the Fluoridation Controversy (1966); Fluoridation Bibliography - Referendums, Public Participation in Decision-Making, and Methodologies for Attitude Perception Studies (1972) Papers: Social Science Knowledge of Fluoridation Controversies - a Summary and Some Suggestions (1963); Fluoridation (1963) Research Notes (3 sets), 1953 - 19812222-528Articles: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Orifice: Women in Gynecology Textbooks (1973), 19732222-529Articles: Psychological Aspects of Pain; Cultural Components in Response to Pain (1952); What is Pain? (1953); Analgesia - How the Body Inhibits Pain Perception (1977); Letheon - the Cadenced Story of Anesthesia (1978); Pain Responses in Nepalese Porters (1980) Paper: A Unified Approach to the Understanding of Pain (1977) Other: People in Pain Introduction, notes (main points and questions), 1952 - 19802222-530Articles: The Placebo Effect; A Contribution to a History of the Placebo Effect (1960); The Ethics of Giving Placebos (1974); The Power of a Sugar Pill (1977); The Mysterious Placebo - How Mind Helps Medicine Work (1977), 1960 - 19772222-531Articles: Ulcers in "Executive" Monkeys (1958); A Proposed Framework for the Analysis of Stress in the Human Organism (1965); Some Observations on the Psychosocial Phenomena Seen in Basic Training (1967); Models of Stress (1970); Psychosocial Assets, Life Crisis and the Prognosis of Pregnancy (1972); Evaluation of Stress Models (1973); The Evaluation of the Stress Concept (1973); The Concept of "Stress" in the Biological and Social Sciences (1974); Psychosocial Processes and "Stress" - Theoretical Formulation (1974); Coping with Decisional Conflict (1976); Life Events, Stress, and Illness (1976); Norepinephrine-Dopamine Interactions and Behavior (1977); Crisis and Its Management (1980); Behavioral Medicine - Symbiosis Between Laboratory and Clinic (1983); The Pathway Between Subjects' Recent Life Changes and their Near-Future Illness Reports - Representative Results and Methodological Issues Papers: Social Support & Health (1973) Research Notes (2 sets), 1958 - 19832222-532Hector Health Survey - Family Nursing IV Project, 1972, 19722222-533Paper: Lay Concepts of Etiology - John H. Mabry Report of the Social and Personal Data Secured from Women in the Jackson and Owsley County Health Survey, 1961 - Dept. of Social Services, Medical Center, UK 2 Questionnaires - one for men, one for women Diagnostic Sheet, the Cornell Medical Index-Health Questionnaire, 19612222-534Articles: The Future, If Any (n.d.); Where Does Instrumentation Enter into Medicine? (1961); Where is Biology Taking Us? (1967); Implications of Biomedical Technology (1968); How Technology Will Shape the Future (1968); Technology Assessment: NAS Panel Asks New Federal Mechanisms (1969); Biomedical Engineering (1970); The Assessment of Technology (1970); The Scientific Advisory System: Some Observations (1971); Social Control of Science and Technology (1971); Taming Technology (1971); Participatory Technology (1971); The Biomedical Engineer - The Roles He Can Play (1971); The New Biology: What Price Relieving Man's Estate? (1971); Public Interest Science (1972); Technology Assessment and Microwave Diodes (1972); On the Impact of the Computer on Society (1972); Science, Technology, and Some Dilemmas of Advocacy (1973); Technology Assessment and Social Control (1973); Parameters of Technological Growth (1973); E. F. Schumacher: Cutting Technology Down to Size (1975); Humanizing Computerized Information Systems (1975); Controlling Technology Democratically (1975); Third World: Science and Technology Contribute Feebly to Development (1975); Organization for Science and Technology in the Executive Branch (1975); Whither the NSF? - The Higher Derivatives (1975); Causality and Anticipation (1975); Futurism: Gaining a Toehold in Public Policy (1975); The Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (1975); A Historical Approach to Future Economic Growth (1975); Technology Observed: Attitudes of a Wary Public (1975); Computers in Medicine: Hospitals Cope with Costs, Quality Review (1975); Acoustic Microscopy: Biomedical Applications (1975); Pesticide Problem? Call Hotline (1975); FTC Proposes Allowing Price Ads for Rx Drugs (1975); Medical Lab Tests Fail to Measure Up (1975); Cosmetic Labeling Coming - but Not Till Next Year (1975); Inside the Brain: The Last Great Frontier (1975); The Coming of Age of the Cell (1975); How to Buy a Hearing Aid (1976), 1961 - 19762222-535Articles: The Doomsday Strategy (1976); The Mind's Eye: Nonverbal Thought in Technology (1977); Ultrasound in Medical Diagnosis (1978); Assessment of Diagnostic Technologies (1979); Public Attitudes to Technological Progress (1979); Computed Medical Imaging (1980) Newsletter: The Futurist, Volume II, No. 5, October 1968, 1968 - 19802222-536Articles: A Biological Analysis of Individuality (1952); Hemodialysis in the Home: Emotional Impact on the Spouse (1967); Moribund Patient's Trust Is at Stake (1967); The Uniform Anatomical Gift Act: A Model for Reform (1968); The Chaplain and the Organ Transplant Team: An Operational View (1970); Transplantation: Pairing of Donor and Recipient (1970); Who Shall Live When Not All Can Live? (2 copies, 1970; copy also found in Ethics / BSC 811 Miscellaneous Readings); The Selection Process as Viewed from Within (1970); Bone Marrow Transplantation (1971); Markers of Biological Individuality (1972); Blood Banking: Money Is at Root of System's Evils (1972); FDA to Regulate All Blood Banks (1972); Total Intravenous Feeding (1972); Chronicle of a Cadaver Transplant (1973); Blood Services: Prices and Public Policy (1973); The Totally Implantable Artificial Heart (2 copies, 1973); The 11th Report of the Human Renal Transplant Registry: ACS / NIH Organ Transplant Registry, Third Scientific Report (1973); The Cadaver Donor: Mark's Case (1974); After Mastectomy: Finding the Right Prosthesis (1975); New Techniques for Selective Immune Suppression Increase Transplant Odds (1980); Transplants (II): Altering the Donor Organ (1980); copy of paper by student James C. Wilkes on renal dialysis (n.d.) Other: Kidney Transplant Upheld by Court (typed copy of Lexington Herald / Lexington Leader story from 1969); several sets of typewritten notes: excerpted (no source given) testimonies given by several surgeons from major research hospitals around the country, dealing generally with transplantation (n.d.); handwritten lecture notes "Transplants - Donors - Death" (1969); Southwestern Reporter, 2nd Series - Strunk V. Strunk, Petition by mother of incompetent for authority to proceed with kidney transplant (1969); Machine-Dependent Survival: The Hemodialysis Patient (paper given at First International Conference on Social Science and Medicine, 1968); Interagency Kidney Disease Work Group, Minutes of Meeting (1971, no location); Testimony Before the United States Senate Committee on Government Operations, Subcommittee on Government Research, Pursuant to Senate Joint Resolution 145 Proposing to Create a Presidential Commission on Health Science and Society (given by E. Blythe Stason, Law Professor at Vanderbilt, 1968), 1952 - 19802323-537Articles: Behind the Cigarette Curtain (1965); Smoking - a Panel Study of Beliefs and Behavior Following the PHS Report (1966); Changes Over Time in Student Reactions to the Surgeon General's Report on Smoking and Health (1966); The Health Menace of Tobacco (1971); Less Tar, Less Nicotine - is That Good? (1976); Have Tar and Nicotine Yields of Cigarettes Changed? (1980); Tobacco - Hazards to Health and Human Reproduction (1979) Paper: Cigarette Smoking (1981), 1965 - 19812323-538Articles: Biomedical Research and Illness: 1900-1979 (1981); Cross-National Study of Health Systems (book review, 1981); Reagan Administration Health Policy (1981); Transformation in Defeat: The Changing Objectives of National Health Insurance, 1915-1980 (1982); In search of health: essays in medical anthropology; Theories of Illness: a world survey; The health of the family in a changing Arabia (three books reviewed in article, 1982); Can Reagan be Indicted for Betraying Public Health? (1983). Personal class notes: Western Medicine, Greek to specific etiology; BSC 221 (ANT 529) - Rural Poverty; BSC 811-11c - various lecture notes (1970-78) Clippings dealing with population changes, birth and death rates, etc. Charts / Graphs / Tables: "Some Demographic Comparisons (ANT / BSC 529);" "Types of Medical Services by Size and Average Income of Population (1973-74);" "Selected Characteristics of Medical Practice by Area Size (Means for 1973-74);" "Average Hours Practiced per Week by Specialty and Locations (1974);" several tables showing distribution percentages of physicians by region, age, race, economic category, etc. Reports: "Health Care Delivery in the United States," ANT / BSC 529, (1976) One set miscellaneous personal notes Three note cards: notes on poverty levels and quote by Rudolf Virchow (founder of first anthropological society in Berlin, 1869) Pamphlet: "USA Statistics in Brief (1981)" published by the United States Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1970 - 19832323-539Articles: Medicine in the United States (Science magazine book review of The Social Transformation of American Medicine) (1983); Same-day sugery - it saves time and money (1983); New Lessons Ahead for Teaching Hospitals (1983); The Calculus of Suffering in Nineteenth-Century Surgery (1983); Economics, Heatlth and Post-Industrial Society (1979); "'A Poor Sort of Memory': Voluntary Hospitals and Government before the Depression (1982); chart from The United States Health Systems: Origins and Functions, "Approved Examining Boards in Medical Specialties and Subspecialties for Which the Boards Certify" (1980) Charts / Tables / Graphs: Rank Order of Health Expenditures in Relation to Selected Mortality Rates (about 1970) (1982); National Health Expenditures, U.S., Selected Years 1950-1981 (1982); Behavioral Factors in Health and Disease (1983) (2 copies); Changing Patterns of Primary Care in United States, 1964-79 (1982); Tuberculosis Mortality in New York City, 1812-1955 (n.d.); various charts concerning poverty levels in rural vs. urban areas, birth / death rates, medical costs for these situations, etc.; chart of population, birth, fertility, death, and physician ratio percentages for three Kentucky counties (Fayette, Mercer, Leslie) (1976); Occupational Injury Frequency (1973) Lectures notes: Some Considerations of Health and Health Care in the Colonial Era and Later - BSC 772-22 (1975); Medical Systems: Ethnomedical Perspectives (1976); The Hospital Patient and Patients' Rights - BSC 331-1 (1979); Differing Perspectives on the United States Health Care "Crisis" (1982) Miscellaneous notes; clippings, 1973 - 19832323-540Articles: Superstitions and Home Remedies Encountered in Present-Day Pediatric Practice in the South (1963) [2 copies]; A Psychiatrist Joins 'The Movement' (1966); The Tornado Threat - Coping Styles of the North and South (1972); A Folk Medical Belief System in the American South - Some Practical Considerations (1976) Reports: The West Alabama Medical-Care Study - Preliminary Report (1975); Preliminary Summary Report - Rural Health Care in the South (1975), 1963 - 19792323-541Bulletins: Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, Agricultural Experiment Station: Bulletin 459, June 195 - The Availability of Medical Personnel in rural Louisiana; University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station: Bulletin 594, February 1953 - What Has Happened to the Country Doctor? The Horse and Buggy Days are Gone! Booklet: Comprehensive Health Care - a Southern View (1973) Papers: Self Treatment Practices in a Rural County [1966]; The Differential Effects of Advanced Communication, Transportation, Centralization and Affluence on Disaster Relief in a Kentucky Town (1970?); Pollution and Solid Waste Disposal in the Rural South (1972); Premarital Sex and Family Planning Attitudes - a Report of a Pilot Study in a Rural Georgia County (1972); The Use and Delivery of Health Care Services in a Rural Southern Town - an Ethnographic Approach (1979), 1976 - 1984Personal2323-550Monthly "newsletter" self-published by New Jersey Professor Richard Mitchell from 1977-1991, dealing with the erosion of the English language, particularly as seen in the public school system; published nine months of the year, excluding June-August; in 1983, January was also dropped Vol. Two, Nos. 6-9 (Sept - Dec, 1978) Vol. Three, Nos. 2-9 (Feb - Dec, 1979) Vol. Four, Nos. 1-9 (Jan - Dec, 1980) Vol. Five, Nos. 1-9 (Jan - Dec, 1981) Vol. Six, Nos. 1-9 (Jan. - Dec, 1982) Vol. Seven, Nos. 1-8 (Feb - Dec, 1983) Vol. Eight, Nos. 1-3 (Feb - Apr, 1984) "What to Do till the Undertaker Comes" (Supplement, n.d.), 1978 - 19842323-542UK College of Medicine Report of Faculty Performance, Evaluation and Distribution of Effort (1976-1980) UK Medical Center Referral Sheet, 1981 Course / Instructor Evaluations (Fall 1982, Spring 1983) Meeting minutes, Society for Applied Anthropology 1982 Annual Business Meeting UK College of Medicine Department of Behavioral Science Annual Report 1982-83 UK Anthropology Department Faculty Meeting Minutes, August 1982-January 1984, 1976 - 19842323-543Contains letters to and from Pearsall concerning such information as resources, article / manuscript reviews, proposal critiques, and other things in Pearsall's fields of expertise. Date span 1974-1983, 1974 - 19832323-544Contains correspondence with various Medical Anthropology colleagues, as well as proposals, concerning ideas for the journal (1976-1983), 1976 - 19832323-547University of Kentucky - letters to and from Robert Straus concerning salary and sabbatical leave (April 1971-June 1982); letters and papers concerning appointment to faculty (January 1951-July 1960); letter from W.C. Royster confirming appointment as Director of Graduate Studies for the Behavioral Science program Society for Applied Anthropology - letters concerning lifetime membership Northeast Louisiana University - letters concerning the "Death and Dying" session at the Southern Sociological Society Annual Meetings, April 6-9, 1983 Letters concerning the Department of Pediatrics Housestaff Retreat Memo from Eugene B. Gallagher to Robert Straus (1964) Letters from a Duff concerning an American Culture course, as well as a copy of her paper "American Worldview and the Concept of Status" Letters to and from Professor Alan J. Crain at Allegheny College concerning Pearsall's Appalachian research (January-March, 1982) Central Kentucky Civil Liberties Union - letter and list of names concerning those interested in addressing religious issues (1983) Letter to Dr. Peter Kong-ming New concerning Chinese and American health systems (1974), 1951 - 19832323-545Contains reference letters written by Pearsall on behalf of colleagues and students for various employment and academic positions Date span 1968-1983, 1968 - 19832323-546Contains reference letters written by Pearsall on behalf of colleagues and students for various employment and academic positions Date span 1968-1983, 1968 - 19832323-548Contains correspondence with US&C agents and UK faculty as well as UK Distribution of Effort Agreements, 1982 - 19832323-549Notecards: Record of Miscellaneous Teaching, Consultation and Editorial Activities, Record of Regular Teaching Responsibilities, Committee Activities, Supervision of Graduate Research (1978-1983) American Public Health Association: Codes Pamphlet for Membership Information, 1982 (2 copies); membership card Who's Who in America 41st Edition biography sketch (2 copies) Certificate of Appreciation - Hunter Foundation for Health Care, 1978 - 1983Teaching2323-551Materials concerning a Bibliography assignment, Fall 1982: Assignment itself Summary of Assignments and Grading, explaining grading system, due dates, etc. 10 sets of comments and suggestions for 10 student bibliographies, 19822323-552Lecture outline no. 2, Natural Selection and Human Adaptation (1979) Lecture outline no. 3, Demography, Carrying Capacity and Biocultural Adaptation (1979) Syllabus (1982) Textbook order form carbon copy (1982) Various handouts and assignments for this class (1983): Topical Themes Grading explanation Changing Patterns in U.S. Health Care (handout, 11 sets) A Patients Bill of Rights (American Hospital Association; handout, 28 copies) National Health Care Expenditures, U.S., Selected Years 1950-1981 (handout, 17 copies) Health-Relevance of Human Behavior (handout, 10 copies) Tuberculosis Mortality in New York City (handout, 12 copies) Reading Assignments (handout, 4 sets) Comments on midterm exam (2 copies), 1979 - 19832323-553All items from Spring semester, 1983: 3 copies each of Quizzes 1-12 1 set of the Answer Key for the 12 quizzes 12 small pieces of paper with grade skew (handwritten) for each quiz 3 copies of Midterm exam 3 copies of Final exam 1 set of quizzes 1-6 stapled together, 19832323-554Articles: The Characterization of American Culture in Studies of Acculturation (1955); Problems of Studying American Culture (1955); The Dominant Value Profile of American Culture (1955); National and Regional Cultural Values in the United States (1955); The Classification of Values: A Method and Illustration (1956); Vernacular Culture (1960); The Importance of the American Civil War (chapter one from The Civil War in America, by Barker, 1961); The M-Factor in American History (1964); Urbanization, Migration, and Social Mobility in Late Nineteenth-Century America [1967]; Population and Immigration (chapter one from America at 1750, by Hofstadter, 1973) Other: Lecture notes, ([1955] - 1975); bibliography for BSC 790, (1978); handout, The Clustering of Personal and Social Problems, for BSC 221 (1969); handout, U.S. Population by Region for Selected Censuses 1790-1870 (n.d.); paper by Pearsall entitled "Communities," ([1950]); map of the United States with notes on the back about the original colonies, populations, possessions and dependencies, etc. (n.d.), 1955 - 19782323-555Lecture notes: Non-dated: "Possible reasons for increasing use of laws and lawsuits to regulate medical practice; medium-sized note cards with notes on Hippocrates and his oath; class handout, "Three Dimensions in Medical Decision Making;" Hour 5 notes, "Ethical Dilemma and Medical Decisions;" Hour 6 notes, "Basic Models of the Doctor-Patient Relationship" (with plastic wallet card, "A Living Will"); Hour 7 notes, "Informed Consent in Law and Ethics;" copy of seminar class schedule and reading list; class handout, "Ethical Dilemma Case, No. 1;" assorted handwritten notes Clippings, 1982-83 Pamphlets / Booklets: 2 copies of "A Living Will" prepared by the Euthanasia Educational Council (1974); "A Legal Guide to the Living Will: Selected Case Law and Commentary on Medical Treatment / Non-Treatment of the Terminally Ill" prepared by Concern for Dying, an Educational Council (originally the Euthanasia Educational Council) (1979) Articles: Informed Consent: A Study of Patient Reaction (1971); A Demand to Die (1975); Words as Scalpels: Transmitting Evidence in the Clinical Dialogue (1980); Professional Ethics: New Principles for Physicians? (1980); Death Telling: Managing the Delivery of Bad News (1982); The Place of the Ideal Observer in Medical Ethics (1983); Delaying the Diagnosis: Truth-Telling and Multiple Sclerosis (1983); The Least Worst Death (1983) Other: Copy of "Principles of Medical Ethics" prepared by the American Medical Association (n.d.); article entitled "Burn Victim's Ordeal Will Provide [Concern for Dying] Documentary with Dramatic Material for Discussion of Ethics" published in the Concern for Dying, an Educational Council newsletter (1982), 1975 - 19822323-556Articles: The Threat of Hemophilia (1974) Class Handouts: "An Ethical Dilemma;" "A 'Consequentialist' Approach to Ethical Issues in Modern Medicine;" 17 sample ethical dilemma cases; Case for Class Discussion, with lecture notes (Fall, 1976); Lecture notes for case proposed by Glen Proudfoot (n.d.); 7 handout assignments (and accompanying lecture notes), each with a different ethical case from Fall, 1978 Other: "Teaching Medical Ethics: A Report on One Approach", 1974 - 19782323-557Correspondence: Memos regarding course progress, final grades and meetings General Materials: Copy of Individual Experience possibility list (1980); copy of same list (1982); 2 copies of item 10 from that list "Patients in the Community: Direct Care Programs of the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department" (supervised by Pearsall); BSC 811-Experience Schedule (Fall, 1982); copy of Individual Experience end-of-semester evaluation form (1982); copy of same form with averages of student responses and their comments; Fayette Urban County Health Department chart of breakdown of services (1982?, n.d.) Pamphlets / Booklets: "Services of the Health Department;" "Division of Nutrition and Health Education, Program Activities 1980-81;" two versions (no dates) of "Programs of the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department;" "Celebrate Kentucky Nurses Week, May 8-14" flyer advertising showing of new film "Spotlight on Public Health Nursing, April 1983" Other: few hand-written notes, 19822323-558Lecture notes: BSC 811: "Gustafson's 'Basic Ethical Issues'" (Fall, 1971); "An Underlying Dilemma in Modern Medicine" (Fall, 1974); "Overview of Biomedical Technologies" (Fall, 1975); Final meeting notes - Summary and Review (Fall, 1977); untitled (2nd meeting, Fall, 1978); "ESRD: Unique or Special? Or One Among Many?" (Fall, 1981); partial, untitled set (n.d.) Other: Short set of notes on National Symposium on Humanizing Health Care (Winter, 1972); List of the 1969-75 membership of the National Research Council Committee on the Life Sciences and Social Policy (1970); copy of the UK Medical Center "Medical Staff Rules and Regulations" (approved May 4, 1976), 1970 - 19812323-559Lecture notes: BSC 811: "Ethics and Biomedical Technology - Overview" (Fall, 1977); "Making Ethical Decisions in Medicine" (Fall, 1980); unknown class: "Abortion - Technological Advances" (n.d.); Syllabi or Related Material: BSC 811: "Neglected Issues in Medical Education," Fall, 1980 seminar class schedule and reading list; handouts: performance objectives, study questions and open space for class notes, arranged for each lecture hour of this seminar; 3 copies of a sheet of additional readings for the seminar Correspondence: Memo from instructors of this seminar (Pearsall and Thomas Garrity) to students regarding class performance on most recent exam Other: Handwritten notes on "Critical Issues in Newborn Intensive Care: A Conference Report and Policy Proposal" (1975); paper by Pearsall (delivered at the Thomas Hunt Morgan Institute Conference) "Prevention of Genetic Defects: Public and Ethical Issues" (1976); 6 note cards with miscellaneous bibliographic references, 1975 - 19802323-560Articles: Do Cancer Patients Want to Be Told? (1950); What to Tell Cancer Patients (1961); Informed Consent: A Study of Patient Reaction (1971); Who is Really Ignorant - Physician or Patient? (1973); Dilemmas of "Informed Consent" in Children (1973); Biomedical Innovation, Uncertainty, and Doctor-Patient Interaction (1974); Huntington's Disease: Some Prefer Not to Know (1974); Human Well-Being and Medicine: Some Basic Value-Judgments in the Biomedical Sciences (1976)Information Control and the Micropolitics of Health Care: Summary of an Ongoing Research Project (1976); Recent Canadian Court Decisions on Consent (1980); Medical Records: Should Patients Have Access? (1977); Medical Ethics and the Law (1978); Lies to the Sick and Dying (1978); Attitudes of Physicians on Disclosing Information to and Maintaining Life for Terminal Patients (1978); The Patient Gives the Orders (1978); A Consent Form Does Not Informed Consent Make (2 copies, 1979); Toward a Reconstruction of Medical Morality: The Primacy of the Act of Profession and the Fact of Illness (1979); What Commitment Is Made by a Witness to a Consent Form? (1979); Doctor and Patients: Partners of Adversaries? (1980); Truthtelling in Medicine (1980); Truth-Telling in Medicine: A Historical Perspective (1980); Student Doctors: Learning to Lie (1980); Privacy, Confidentiality, and the Use of Medical Records in research (1980); Informed Consent and the Disclosure of Risks of Treatment: The Supreme Court of Canada Decides (1980); "New" Philosophers Apply Ethics to Professions (1981); Autonomy and the Refusal of Lifesaving Treatment (1981); Correspondence: Two typewritten letters from Pearsall to the American Hospital Association requesting order forms and price lists, for materials to be used in class (1983), 1950 - 19832424-566Articles and Collections of Readings: Philosophers in Medical Centers (essays published by the Society for Philosophy and Public Affairs, 1980) Bibliographies: Medical Ethics Film Review Project (1974); Newsletter on Science, Technology, and Human Values, Additions to General Bibliography (no. 20, 1977); Newsletter on Science, Technology, and Human Values, Additions to General Bibliography (no. 21, 1977) Newsletter on Science, Technology, and Human Values, Bibliography (no. 25, 1978); Newsletter on Science, Technology, and Human Values, Selected Bibliography of 20th-Century Poems Relevant to Science and Social Aspects of Science (no. 25, 1978); Newsletter on Science, Technology, and Human Values, Review of Recent Books on the rDNA Controversy (no. 22, 1978); Newsletter on Science, Technology, and Human Values, Additions to General Bibliography (no. 22, 1978); Newsletter on Science, Technology, and Human Values, Additions to General Bibliography (no. 23, 1978); Newsletter on Science, Technology, and Human Values, Additions to General Bibliography (no. 24, 1978); Directory of Resources in Philosophy and Medicine (by the Committee on Philosophy and Medicine of the American Philosophical Association, 1980); The Ethics of Medicine: An Annotated Bibliography of Recent Literature (1980); Readings in Society, Ethics and the Life Sciences (1979-80); Hastings Center Report Index (1980); Readings in Society, Ethics and the Life Sciences (n.d.); letter from University of Texas Health Science Center with a list of new videotape series (n.d.); 2 copies of "Patients' Rights - Suggested Readings (n.d.); Ethics and Biomedical Technology: Some Useful Source Books (n.d.) Other: Conference bulletin "The UCLA Program in Medicine, Law, and Human Values" September, 1980, 1974 - 19802424-561Articles: Disclosure Standards and Informed Consents (1981); Bioethics in Pluralist Societies (1982); The Limits of Confidentiality (1983); A Guide for "Guinea Pigs" (1983) Pamphlets / Booklets: "The Privacy Act: how it affects you, how to use it" (American Civil Liberties Union, n.d.); "A Living Will" (prepared by the Euthanasia Educational Council, 1974); "Universal Declaration of Human Rights" (United Nations, Office of Public Information, 1948) Other: Pacific Reporter, Vol. 502, 2nd Series - Cobbs V. Grant, Medical malpractice case (1972, a second copy is in Malpractice); 4 copies of the American Medical Association "Principles of Medical Ethics" (1957 version); A Model Patient's Bill of Rights (1975); 8 copies of American Hospital Association "A Patient's Bill of Rights" (1975); same reprinted by the Euthanasia Educational Council (n.d.); 3 loose bibliographic note cards, 1957 - 19832424-562Articles (half-sheet reprints): Who Shall Live When Not All Can Live? (1970); The Advent of Behavior Control (1971); The Return of Lobotomy and Psychosurgery (1972, 2 copies); Human Heredity and Ethical Problems (1972); Making Babies - the new biology and the "old" morality (1972); Prospects for Future Scientific Developments: Ambush or Opportunity (1973); Screening: An Ethicists View (1973); Ethical Issues in Social Intervention (1973); Oregon Laws 1973, Chapter 616-Senate Bill 298: An Act Relating to medical practices, creating new provisions, amending ORS 677.190 and declaring and emergency (1973); Mongolism, Parental Desires, and the Right to Life (1973); Physical Manipulation of the Brain (1973); Amphetamines in the Treatment of Hyperkinetic Children (1973); Genetic Screening as a Political and Social Development (1974); Social Justice and Equal Access to Health Care (1974); The Legal Context of Medical Experimentation (1974); On the Borders of Persuasion: A Psychoanalytic Look at Coercion (1974); "Fitness" for Birth and Reproduction: Legal Implications of Genetic Screening (1975); Genetic Screening Vs. Personal Freedom (1975); The Severely Defective Newborn: The Dilemma and the Decision Process (1975); Experimenting on Human Subjects: Philosophical Perspectives (1975), 1970 - 19752424-563Behavior Modification in Prisons (1975); Tarasoff and the Psychotherapist's Duty to Warn (from the San Diego Law Review, 1975); The "New" Genetics: Emerging Medicolegal Issues in the Prenatal Diagnosis of Hereditary Disorders (1975); Legal Regulation of Applied Behavior Analysis in Mental Institutions and Prisons (1975); Human Heredity and Ethical Problems (1972, reprinted 1975); State of California Assembly Bill No. 3060, "Cessation of medical care for terminal patients (1976); "In the Matter of Karen Quinlan": Opinion in the Supreme Court of New Jersey (1976); What is a "Just" Health Care Delivery? (1976); Fertilization of Human Eggs in vitro: Morals, Ethics and the Law (1974, reprinted 1976); Health and Society: Some Ethical Perspectives (1977); The Case the Milgram Makes (1977); Health, Professionals, and the Public: Toward a New Social Contract? (1979), 1975 - 19792424-564Babies by Means of in vitro Fertilization: Unethical Experiments on the Unborn? (1971); Ethical Aspects of Genetic Controls (1971); Ethical and Philosophical Issues of Behavior Control (1972); Ethical and Social Issues in Screening for Genetic Disease (1972, 3 copies); Problems Behind the Promise: Ethical Issues in Mass Genetic Screening (1972); Genetic Screening: The Ethics of Knowing (1972); Ethical Issues in Genetic Screening (letter to the editor, 1972); Models for Ethical Medicine in a Revolutionary Age (1972); On the Birth of a Severely Handicapped Infant (1973, 2 copies); Changes in 'Informed Consent' (1973); We Are All Mutants - Preventive Genetic Medicine: A Growing Clinical Field Troubled by a Confusion of Ethicists (1973); In Matters Mental or Emotional, What's Normal? (1973); Legal and Ethical Aspects of Behavior Control (1974); Choosing the Sex of Our Children (1974, 2 copies); Potential Biohazards of Recombinant DNA Molecules (1974); Civil Rights and the Mentally Ill: Revolution in Bedlam (1974); Let's Forget about Equality of Care (1975); Prospects for Genetic Screening (1975); And Man Created Risks (1975); Readin', Writin' (and Druggin') (1975); The Fetus as Guinea Pig (1975); Moral and Ethical Problems of Pre-Natal Diagnosis (1975); What's Right? Medical Progress Muddles the Ethics of Life and Death (1975); Abortion, Euthanasia, and Care of Defective Newborns (1975); Autonomy and Behavior Control (1976);Prenatal Diagnosis - Now the Problems (1976, 2 copies); Can Genetic Screening Prevent Occupational Disease? (1976, 2 copies); The Health Care Boondoggle (1976); Overview: Ethical Issues in Contemporary Psychiatry (1976); The Case for Involuntary Hospitalization of the Mentally Ill (1976); Ethics, Evolution, and the Milk of Human Kindness (1976); Welcoming remarks by Richard Ross, Dean of the Medical Faculty at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine to the entering students in 1977; Medical Ethics - So What's the Story? (1977); To Know of Suffering and the Teaching of Empathy (1977); Code and Covenant or Philanthropy and Contract? (1977); On the Teaching of Ethics in a Pluralistic Society (1978), 1971 - 19782424-565Who to Call When the Doctor is Sick (1978); Medical Ethics Anthologies: Alternatives for Teaching (1978); Conference Report: Ethical Guidelines for Research and Clinical Perspectives on Human Sexuality (1978); Common Patient-Directed Pejoratives Used by Medical Personnel (1978); Why Is the Search for the Foundations of Ethics So Frustrating? (1979); Philosophical Foundations of Various Approaches to Medical Ethical Decision Making (1979); Physicians Sued for Failing to Give Genetic Counseling (1979); When Ethical Paths Converge (1979); Toward a Philosophy of Technology (1979); All the President's Bioethics (1979); Medical Ethics (1979); Primum non Placere? (1979); Recombinant DNA and Nuremburg: Toward the New Application of Old Principles (1980); Ethics Teaching on Ward Rounds (1980); Biomedical Implantable Microelectronics (1980); Medical Ethics and Education for Social Responsibility (1980); Health Department Legal Liability for Injuries in Vaccination Programs (1980); Inmates Sue to Keep Research in Prisons (1981); The Judiciary: What Role in Health Improvement? (1981); Costs on Effectiveness of Medical Technologies (1982); Alzheimer's Research Poses Dilemma (1982); 'Hi, Lucille, This Is Dr. Gold!' (1982); Denial: Are Sharper Definitions Needed? (1982); Informed Consent: Ambiguity in Theory and Practice (1983); Ethical Dilemmas in Medicine: Who Should Decide? (n.d.) Other Materials: 2 copies of the Hippocratic Oath (different translations); page from interCOM, UK Medical School newsletter; several articles and clippings on Karen Quinlan; 2 undated articles: "The Problem of Psychosurgery," The Detroit Psychosurgery Case"; 2 copies (pamphlets) of "Principles of Medical Ethics" published by the American Medical Association, 1978 - 19822424-567Class outlines (syllabi) and reading assignments: ANT / BSC 529, Survey of Medical Anthropology (1971-77), 1971 - 19772424-568BSC 811, Health and Society (1975); BSC 221, Biocultural Factors in Health and Disease (1976-77); BSC 331, Behavioral Factors in Health and Disease (1979); CM611, Behavioral and Social Aspects of Health Care, (1979) Reading lists, Bibliographies: CM 8611 Reference List (1978); untitled list of relevant journals; "A Partial Bibliography of Books and Articles in Transcultural Psychiatry and Psychiatric Anthropology;" list of titles in the MPA (Master of Public Administration) Program Library (1978); list of significant books on euthanasia, distributed by the Euthanasia Educational Council (1974-75) Miscellaneous: Course outline and reading list for Anth. 170, Medical Anthropology (UNC at Chapel Hill, Professor Ken Barger) (1975); copy of a proposal for a new course prepared by Joseph K. Long (former student of Pearsall) for a course and Southern Methodist University, 1974 - 19792424-569Exams, keys, instructions, related material (1973-82), 1975 - 19812424-570Exams, keys, instructions, related material (1973-82), 1973 - 19822424-57111 copies, 19822424-572BSC 811: Exams, exam keys, instructions, related material (1974-80) BSC 221: 2 exams (Spring 1976, 1977) BSC 331: Instructions for final exam (Summer 1979), 1974 - 19802424-573BSC 221: Exams, keys, instructions, related material (1976-77) BSC 331: Exams, keys, instructions, related material (1979), 1976 - 19792424-5741 copy of December 12, 1980 exam 2 copies of October 1, 1982 exam 1 copy of November 4, 1982 exam 2 copies of November 23, 1982 exam Correspondence: Memo from instructors of this seminar (Pearsall and Thomas Garrity) to students regarding class performance on most recent exam (1980); similar memo dated 1982, 1980 - 19822424-575Research paper entitled "The Problem of Post-Transfusion Serum Hepatitis in the Central Kentucky Area"; margin notes and corrections by Dr. Pearsall (n.d.), n.d.2424-576Materials concerning this student's application to the 1983 Summer Supplemental Program: recommendation letter by Marion Pearsall, copy of application essay, and original information packet supplied by the College of Medicine, 19832424-577Contains various papers, exams, school records, correspondence, and identification papers for Pearsall's student Jan Bronstein. Correspondence: Contains memos and letters concerning Bronstein's practicum, coursework, qualifying exams, and application to the doctoral program in anthropology. There is one card. One letter includes enclosures consisting of a proposal, flyer, model, and data for a project concerning the topic prenatal nutrition. Another memo includes attachments consisting of guides for the SSI interview and notes for the doctoral exam. Date span 1978-1983. Papers: Occupational Illness Among Coal Miners and Textile Workers / A Research Prospectus; The Effect of Public Controversy on Occupational Health Problems - Medical Surveillance Programs for Byssinosis Qualifying Exams Requirements and Suggested Questions Qualifying Exams - Questions and Answers Miscellaneous: 2 printed note cards listing courses - Spring 1978 and Fall 1978; dissertation summary for Bronstein, 1978 - 19832424-578Correspondence - Date Span 1976-1984: Various letters of support and recommendation from Pearsall on behalf of Hill for jobs and awards, and from Hill to Pearsall requesting the afore mentioned Curriculum Vitae Vita List of student's publications since 1977 Georgia State University College of Arts and Sciences Promotion and Tenure Manual (revised 1983), 1976 - 19842424-579General materials concerning this student's financial assistance for medical school: award letter from the financial aid office, copy of completed AMCAS (American Medical College Application Service) form, handwritten references, news clipping (1983-84), 1983 - 19842424-580Correspondence: two memos regarding this student's Advisory Committee meetings (1982-83); letter from Susan Abbott (DGS) regarding her general performance in the Ph.D. program Articles: Adolescent Sources of Information on Sex (1981) Progress report of her practicum, "Evaluation of Sex Education Program at Lexington-Fayette County Health Department" (1983), 1981 - 19832424-581Correspondence, Date Span 1967-1979: 1 letter concerning Long's health and surgeries resulting from an accident; letters of recommendation from Pearsall to professors at various colleges / universities; letters from Long to Pearsall requesting letters of recommendation for employment as well as stipends / fellowships. Some attachments such as position descriptions / qualifications Program Outline - Symposium, "Extrasensory Phenomena and Medical Anthropology" Form: Qualifications Inquiry on Applicant for a Public Health Service Fellowship Application: National Endowment for the Humanities Division of Fellowships - Application for a Summer Stipend, 1979 (includes description of proposed study, Long's vita information, and a bibliography) Curriculum Vitae Book Review - Extrasensory Ecology: Parapsychology and Anthropology, Joseph K. Long, ed., 1977, 1967 - 19792424-582Contains various papers, exams, school records, correspondence, and identification papers for Pearsall's student Patty Marshall. Curriculum Vitae (2 different copies) Application, UK Assistantship / Fellowship Correspondence: Contains letters of recommendation for Marshall written by Pearsall, as well as a letter concerning Marshall's research project and a letter commending her performance. Date span 1976-1984. Letter of Evaluation (3): Evaluations of applicant to determine admission to the graduate program at UK Paper: Decision-Making Strategies and Perceived Effectiveness of Hospital Ethics Committees / Prospectus for a Pilot Study in the Southeastern Region of the United States (Marshall) Article: Drinking During Pregnancy - How Much is Too Much? (Marshall, 1978) Miscellaneous: 1 note card with phone numbers and office location; book review - Drinking and Damage: Theoretical Advances and Implications for Prevention (Frankel and Whitehead, 1981), 1976 - 19842424-583Articles: The Psychological Consequences of Menopause: The Importance of Timing of a Life Stage Event (1982); The Slowing of Urbanization in the United States (1983) Reviews: The 36-Hour Day: A Family Guide to Caring for Persons with Alzheimer's Disease, Related Dementing Illnesses and Memory Loss in Later Life, by Mace and Rabins, reviewed by Lisa P. Gwyther (n.d.); The Territorial Experience: Human Ecology as Symbolic Interaction, by Erickson, and Exploring the City: Inquiries Toward an Urban Anthropology, by Hannerz, reviewed by Gary Alan Fine (n.d.); Urban Sociology: A Systematic Introduction, by Bardo and Hartman, Principles of Urban Sociology, by Parker, and Urban Sociology: A Human Ecological Perspective, by Schwab, reviewed by Raymond H. Wheeler (n.d.); Changing Perspectives on Menopause, edited by Voda, Dinnerstein and O'Donnell reviewed by Marilyn Poland (1983); Anthropologists at Home in North America: Methods and Issues in the Study of One's Own Society, by Messerschmidt, reviewed by Michael Agar (1983); City Lights: An Introduction to Urban Studies, by Phillips and LeGates, and Urbanization and Cities: Histroical and Comparative Perspectives on Our Urbanizing World, by Golden, reviewed by Craig R. Humphrey (1983); City Life-Cycles and American Urban Policy, by Norton, reviewed by John D. Kasarda (1983); Changing Perspectives on Menopause, by Voda, reviewed by Rose E. Frisch (1983); Other Ways of Growing Old: Anthropological Perspectives, edited by Amoss and Harrell, and Dimensions: Aging, Culture, and Health, edited by Fry, reviewed by Harry F. Todd, Jr. (1983); A Time to Reap: The Middle Age of Women in Five Israeli Subcultures, by Datan, Antonovsky, and Maoz, reviewed by Kenneth Moore (1983); Life After Work: Retirement, Leisure, Recreation, and the Elderly, edited by Osgood, reviewed by Nathalie Friedman (1984) Correspondence: Memos regarding this student's Advisory Committee meetings (1982-84); small list entitled "Agenda" attached to these memos; post card from Morris to Pearsall from Oregon vacation Coursework materials: Copy of paper, "Urban Anthropology" (paper by Pearsall, 1971); bibliography for BSC 790, Community Studies (1978); handwritten bibliography for "B. Morris - Urban Anthropology Concentration" (1983); unreferenced proposal (for dissertation?) by Morris; several grade reports, grade cards Note Cards: bibliographic cites, 1978 - 19842424-584Patty Marshall (1977); J. (?) Coreil (1977); J. Noel Chrisman (n.d.); Barbara Rylko-Bauer (1981); one loose set of bibliographic note cards (no name identified), 1977 - 19812424-585Correspondence: 20 letters of various length and authorship tracing this student's enrollment process and subsequent study in the Master's and Ph.D. programs of the Anthropology Department (1977-82); two memos regarding the meeting of her Advisory Committee meeting including list of courses taken to date (1982); memo and report regarding her proposed doctoral research (1984); handwritten note from Quiggins to Pearsall (n.d.) Coursework materials: "Proposal for Evaluation of the Early Discharge Program at the University of Kentucky Hospital Obstetrical Department," paper by Quiggins and Sherrie Human for CM 622 (1979); "Report on the Admitting Process at the University of Kentucky Hospital" (1979); notes from Pearsall regarding this paper (1979); "Coping Stra(g)egies (sic) of Families of Hospitalized Patients" including marginal notes by Pearsall (n.d.); "Adaptations of Family Members to Hospitalization in a Distant Medical Center" (n.d.); "'Resident Visitors' in a Tertiary Care Facility," by Quiggins and Janet Bronstein for ANT 529 (1978) Other: Copy of University of Louisville grade transcript; several UK grade forms; two "Courses Taken" lists (one undated, the other, 1981); handwritten notes regarding Pearsall's recommendations for Quiggins' possible fields of research (1982); handwritten address for Quiggins; Department of Anthropology application for admittance; two undated statements of interest and intent; copy of Curriculum Vitae including GRE scores and letter of recommendation dated 1977), 1977 - 19822424-586Contains various papers, exams, school records, correspondence, and identification papers for Pearsall's student Barbara Rylko-Bauer. Application, Ph.D. Program, Department of Anthropology (includes employment history, curriculum vitae, and a personal statement) Curriculum Vitae (2) Transcripts (2) Correspondence: Memos concerning Rylko-Bauer's placement in the program, dissertation proposals, and qualifying exams; letters concerning admission to the Ph.D program, traineeships and fellowships, evaluations, and committee meetings. Date span 1978-1983. Qualifying Exams: Evalution Questions and Answers Letter of Evaluation (3) Requirements for the Ph.D. program Dissertation Grant Proposal Papers: Rethinking Ethnicity - Persistence at the Individual or the Community Level? (1980); untitled (2) Miscellaneous: A Questionnaire Concerning the Polish-Americans of Metropolitan Detroit; Syllabus - Social Organization Course, 1978 - 19832424-587Correspondence: 5 cards / letters to Pearsall (1982-83) Dissertation materials: Paper entitled "An Anthropological Analysis of Freestanding Emergency Centers" (1984); dissertation outline "The Role of Freestanding Emergency Centers in the Delivery of Health Care: Perspective on Change in American Medicine" (1984); original dissertation proposal (1982); copy of questionnaire proposal developed as research material for the dissertation, with accompanying letter from Pearsall (1983); copy of final questionnaire with copy of cover letter to be sent to participating facilities (n.d.); small typed summary (1982); copy of grant application to the Department of Health and Human Services (1983) Other: 4 note cards containing relevant books / journal articles; article entitled "No-appointment medical centers: Should you use one?" (1983); pamphlet from the National Center for Health Services Research (1983) featuring write-up of free-standing emergency center study, 1982 - 19842525-588Correspondence, Date Span 1979-1981: All of this correspondence concerns Scott's promotion and tenure - she was denied promotion and tenure in March 1981, and re-recommended in December 1980. This correspondence includes letters from the promotion/tenure committee expressing their reasons for not supporting Scott's tenure and promotion, as well as letters of rebuttal and support for Scott's promotion from various contacts (including Pearsall). There are also letters from Scott herself arguing her case and presenting her professional accomplishments. Vitae (1980) List of Publications, 1979 - 19812525-589Contains various papers, exams, school records, correspondence, and identification papers for Pearsall's student Karen Thompson. Application, UK Graduate School, Department of Anthropology Application, UK Assistantship / Fellowship Graduate Admissions Routing Sheet, UK Student Grade Report, UK - Fall 1980 Student Transcripts (copies, transcripts from 2 separate institutions) Correspondence: Letters concerning the appointment of fellowships / assistantships and admissions status, as well as one personal note to Pearsall. Date span 1979-1983. Letter of Evaluation (3): Evaluations of applicant to determine admission to the graduate program at UK Paper: Household Food Use in a Community in Honduras - Outline for Summer Fieldwork (Thompson, 1981) Articles: Food and Nutrition in Self-Reliant National Development - the Impact on Child Nutrition of Jamaican Government Policy (1977); Planning a Food and Nutrition Surveillance System - the Example of Honduras (1978) Miscellaneous: 1 piece of scrap paper with Thompson's address and phone number , 1977 - 19832525-590Correspondence: Various letters regarding enrollment, fellowships, etc.; handwritten notes to and from Pearsall regarding reviewing papers and work (apparently post-studies) (1980-1984) Papers: Applications for admission, transcript copies, letters of evaluation / recommendation Other: Typewritten draft of research paper, corrected by Pearsall and accompanied by notes on the corrections, 1980 - 19842525-591Correspondence, Date Span 1982-1983: 2 memos concerning the student's Advisory Committee Meetings (1 dup for March 1982); 1 memo concerning the student's placement as Pearsall's advisee; 1 memo concerning waiving a required class Ph.D. Degree Program Planning and Progress Form, Department of Sociology (3 different copies) Tables of Contents for the following text: Applied Regression Analysis and Other Multivariable Methods, 1978; Handbook for Linear Regression, 1979; Stat Lab, 1975; Understanding Statistics, 3rd ed., 1980; Statistics: a Tool for the Social Sciences, 2nd ed., 1978 Course Outline, SOC 470 - Intermediate Social Statistics, Fall 1972 Lecturing Experience List Book Review (Handbook of North American Indians: Vol. 9 Southwest) Miscellaneous: bibliographic note card, 1972 - 19832525-592Articles: Scales for Measuring Health Belief Model Dimensions: A Test of Predictive Value, Internal Consistency, and Relationships Among Beliefs (1977); The Health Belief Model and Prediction of Dietary Compliance: A Field Experiment (1977); Psychosocial Aspects of Health-Related Behavior (1979); Bringing the Models Together: An Empirical Approach to Combining Variables Used to Explain Health Actions (1980); Age at Menarche and Fertility in Haiti (1982); 'Core' and 'Extended' Social Networks in Relation to Health and Illness (1983) Dissertation materials: outlines of committee meeting minutes (1982-83); 2 proposals for dissertation research, each with marginal notes by Pearsall (different, apparently undergoing revision, n.d.); Qualifying exam bibliographies: Anthropological Theory; Haiti; Medical Behavioral Sciences; The West Indies; Nutrition Intervention Programs in Developed Countries; Applied Anthropology Other: copy of qualifying exam question on Anthropological Theory; short essay "The West Indies as a Culture Area;" note card with article reference; journal entries from Haiti trip (February 23, 1983 - March 1, 1983) Handwritten (by Pearsall) proposed bibliography, and typed copy of same, for Wiley's ANT 790 (605) Research Design course; also includes handwritten note regarding Wiley's performance during this course, apparently an independent study (1983), 1977 - 19832525-593Contains 13 reports in various areas of healthcare written by Pearsall's students, date span 1968-1981: An Initial Research Design for Evaluation of Health Delivery Systems (Carla Lowenberg) Sexual Conflict and Religiosity (Maria Borsay and Mary Coulson, 1968) Culture Shock and the Patient: an Exploratory Study (Neal Dockal, 1970) Some Facets of Health Care at the Medical Center University Hospital in Lexington (M.T. Dubalen, 1970) The Population and Pathways: an Exploratory Study of the Emergency Room (Roland Ficken, 1970) Attitudes of the Department of Psychiatry Personnel Towards the Point System (Ron Kisch, 1971), 1968 - 19712525-594Contains 13 reports in various areas of healthcare written by Pearsall's students, date span 1968-1981: Health Maintenance Organizations: the Health Care Crisis and Two Opposing Philosophies of Medical Care (Patty Marshall, 1975) A Study of Nursing Student Adaptation to the Louisville General Hospital Rotation (M. Jeannine Coreil, 1975), 19752525-595Contains 13 reports in various areas of healthcare written by Pearsall's students, date span 1968-1981: Evaluating Counseling Effectiveness in Genetic Screening Programs (Grace Carlson, 1977) "Resident Visitors" in a Tertiary Care Facility (Pat Quiggins and Janet Bronstein, 1978) Nursing Management of Patient Stress in a Burn Unit (Ruth C. MacKay and Ruth E. Dennison, 1978) Emergency Service Survey (Neal Mize, 1981) Potlatch: an Ethnographic Report (Neal Mize, 1981), 1977 - 1981Various / Miscellaneous2525-596Articles: Dilemmas and Contradictions of Status (1945); The Factory in the Community (1946) Attitudes toward Desegregation (1956); The Sociological Study of Communities (1958); Aggression in a Boys' Street-Corner Group (1961); Creative Jazz Musicians: A Clinical Study (1962); An Adolescent Inmate Social System-A Psychological Account (1963); Copy of "Letter from Birmingham City Jail" by Martin Luther King, Jr. (1963 by American Friends Service Committee); Attitudes toward Desegregation (sequel to previous article, 1964); The Study of White Collar Crime: Toward a Reorientation in Theory and Research (1964); Some Factors that Retard or Accelerate the Rate of Acculturation with Specific Reference to Hungarian Immigrants (1964); The Social Power of the Negro (1967); Northern Children Under Desegregation (1968); The Antinomian Personality: The Hippie Character Type (1968); A Study of Ghetto Rioters (1968); Violence in America: An Anthropological Perspective (1968); Assessing Theoretical Models of Community Organization Practice: Alinksy as a Case in Point (1969); Bibliography of Religious Studies 150 (1969); The Rangelands of the Western U.S. (1970); Benign Neglect in the United States (1970); "Santa" Teresa, El Nio "Santo" Fidencio, and "San" Damian: The Structural Development of Three Folk Saints' Movements, Northern Mexico (1970); Attitudes toward Racial Integration (1971); "The Female Appendage": Feminine Life-Styles in America, 1820-1860 (1971); Predicting Attitudes toward Violence (1972); The Police Personality: Fact or Fiction? (1972), 1944 - 19722525-597Youth Culture: an Anthropological Approach (1972); Machismo and Marianismo (1973); What Happened at Hawthorne? (1974); Time Spent in Housework (1974); Joining the Church: An Outbreak of the Southern Protestant Ethic Disease in a New England Mill Town (The Southern Anthropologist, newsletter Vol. 4, No. 1, 1974); Typewritten reports hand-titled "Episcopal Church" (n.d.) and "Jehovah's Witnesses (n.d.); Fold-out "map" depicting a Catholic-type of "salvation system" including faith in Jesus or, bypassing that, one's own works as comparable methods of operating within this "system" to reach God or heaven (n.d.); List of American Christian church denominations (also including Mormon, Jehovah's Witness, Catholic and Eastern churches), marked Sociology of Religion (n.d.), 1972 - 19742525-598Facsimile print of "Scientific American" Vol. 1, No. 1, 1845 (n.d. of printing); Adventures in Culture Change (1954); Bilateral Kin Groupings as a Structural Type: A Preliminary Statement (1954); The Impact of the American Indian on American Culture (1957); The Study of Social and Religious Systems in North American Archeology (1961); Culture and Cognition (1962); Midshipmen and Candidate Reserve Offices at the Royal Netherlands Naval College: a Comparative Study of a Socialization Process (1965); The German Paradox (A Problem in National Character) (1965); Stratification in a Small Group (1967); The Possessions of the Poor (1969); A Portrait of Tinkers (1971); The Demographic Impact of Regional Development (1972); Interaction Analysis Reformulated (1975); A Unified Approach to the Anthropology of Hispanic Northern New Mexico: Historical Archeology, Ethnohistory, and Ethnography (1976); Bibliographies: "Selected Bibliography on the Anthropology of Change and Development" (n.d.) and "A Guide to Regional Bibliography" (1977); Appropriate Technology in Rural Mexico: Antecedents and Consequences of an Indigenous Peasant Innovation (1978); Alternative Adaptive Strategies in a Mexican Ejido: A New Perspective on Modernization and Development (1979), 1954 - 19792525-599Positive Role of the Social Scientist in the Point Four Program (1951); Neighbor Groups-An Informal System of Communication (1952); Dispersed Settlement and the Rural Community (2 copies, 1953); The Rural Neighborhood Concept (1954); Definitions of Community: Areas of Agreement (1955); "Region"-An Heuristic Concept (1955); Ethical Functions as Effects of Individual and Group Patterns (1962); Man: The Lethal Factor (1963); The Stress-Strain Element of Social Systems: A Micro Theory of Conflict and Change (1963); How Small-Scale Societies Change (1964); The Entrepreneur in Economic Change (1964); Directed Change of the Culture Core (1965); The Impact of New Designs of Community Organization (1965); Peasant Society and the Image of Limited Good (1965); Further Remarks on Foster's "Image of Limited Good" (1966); The Geological Significance of Polarized Regional Growth (1968); Time and Change in China (1969); Community Development in the American Model Cities Programme (1969); The Professional Status of Community Development in the United States (1969); Whither Community Development in Canada? (1969); Utilizing Languages of Minority Groups in a Bilingual Experiment in the Amazon Jungle of Peru (1969); Community Development as a Vehicle of U.S. Foreign Aid (1969); Soviet Youth (1969); Resident Participation: Dominant Theme in the War On Poverty and Model Cities Program (1970); Problems in and Established Community Development Programme (1970); Community Development and its Relation to Development Planning (1970); Reviews: Community Development: An Interpretation, by Brokensha and Hodge, reviewed by Joanna Gordon (1970); Social Policy in Developing Countries, by Livingstone, reviewed by R. A. B. Leaper (1970); Readings in Community Organization Practice, ed. by Kramer and Specht, reviewed by R. A. B. Leaper (1970); Concpets in Community Development, by Sinder, no reviewer listed (1970); Is Public Health Education Community Development? (1971); The Papago Indian Community Development Worker (1971); Community Development and Community Organization-Allies or Rivals? (1971); The Aims and Objectives of Community Development (1974); The Major Issues and Future Direction of Community Development (1974); The Nature of Community Work (1974); How Close is American to British Community Development?-Some Impressions (1974); Community Development: Some More Lessons from the Recent Past in Northern Ireland (1975); A Suggested Frame of Reference for the Analysis of Rural Social Systems (n.d.); Some Cultural Anthropological Responses to Technical Assistance Experience (n.d.); The Magical World View (n.d.); Functionalism Made Verifiable (n.d.), 1951 - 19792525-600Some Geographic Factors That Influenced the Ancient Populations of the Chaco Canyon, New Mexico (1934); Yurok Marriages (1934); Yurok and Neighboring Kin Term Systems (1934); The Adjustment of a Peasant Group to a Capitalistic Economy: The Manitoba Mennonites (1952); The Role of Education in Community Development (1956); Rationalism and Empiricism in Studies of Behavior in Stressful Situations (1956); The Problem of Contemporary Analysis in History and Psychology (1958); School Desegregation-Some Psychiatric Implications (1958); Social Structure and Development of Personality (1958); Loneliness (1959); A Systematization of the Whorfian Hypothesis (1960); The Cross-Cultural Generality of Visual-Verbal Synesthetic Tendencies (1960); The Rational Properties of Scientific and Common Sense Activities (1960); What Do Scientists Do? (1960); Clyde Kluckhohn, 1905-1960 (memorial article, 1961); The Relevance of the Behavioral Sciences to the Study of International Relations (1961); Patterns of Interaction Between Consultants and Consultees in Israel (1961); Personal Identity and Political Ideology (1961); Some Remarks on the Whorfian Hypothesis (1961); Instinct and History (1961); Suicide and Risk-Taking in Tikopia Society (1961); The Role of Metaphor in Psychological Theory (1963); Operationism as Methodology (1963), 1934 - 19632525-601The Game and the Myth as Two Languages of Social Science (1963); Some Notes on the Influence of Psycho-analytic Ides on American Psychology (1963); The Motivational Basis of Organizational Behavior (1964); A Formalization of the Sociology of Knowledge (1964); Nature of the World View of the Russian National (1964); Games and Social Character in a Mexican Village (1964); The Observer-Observed Relationship as Information About Structure in Small-Group Research (1964); The Tree of Social Knowledge (1965); Economic Interest and the Hawthorne Researches (1965); Some Quantitative Constraints on Value Allocation in Society and Politics (1966); Levi-Strauss and the Analysis of Myths (1966); The Kaman Festival among the Tamilian Estate Labourers in Ceylon (1966); Post-War Reforms and Changes in the Leadership Structure of Village Japan-A Case-Study (1966); On the Analysis of Behavior for Cross-Cultural Comparisons (1966); The Ethnography of Mainland Southeast Asia: A Bibliographic Survey (1966); Who Sleeps by Whom? Parent Child Involvement in Urban Japanese Families (1966), 1963 - 19662525-602Becoming a Nudist (1966); Flight into the Wilderness as a Psychiatric Syndrome (1967); Maternal Care and Infant Behavior in Japan and America (1969); Field Study of the Problems of Adaptation of Mackenzie Delta Eskimos to Social and Economic Change (1969); Panchayati Raj and Rural Development (1971); Socio-Economic Characteristics of Zemi Family and Adoption of Terrace Cultivation (1971), 1966 - 19712525-603Social Structure and Anomie (2 copies, 1938); Inventions, Population, and History (1942); Ecology and Human Ecology (1944); Seventeen Points for Consideration of Technicians Working with Villagers (1950); The Functional Prerequisites of a Society (1950); Social Structure and the Ruling Class, Part One (1950); Experimental Design in the Study of Culture Change (1952); The Concept and Method of Cultural Ecology (1955); Some Basic Principles of Community Development Work (1956); Cultural Evolution (1956); Technical Cooperation and the Culture of the Host Country (1959); Cultural, Behavioral, and Ecological Perspectives in the Study of Social Organization (1959); The Functional Theory of Stratification: Some Neglected Considerations (1959); Social Anthropology (1960); The Role of Cities in the Economic Growth of Underdeveloped Countries (1960); How Far can Structural Studies Take Account of Individuals? (1960); The Ecological Approach in Anthropology (1962); The Social Implications of Industrialization and Technological Change: Concluding Comments (1963); The Process of Cross-Cultural Innovation (1964); Should Clients Be Encouraged to Complain? (n.d.), 1938 - 19642525-604Age and Sex Categories (1942); Methodological Problems in the Anthropological Study of Modern Cultures (1949); Near-Complete issue (articles only)of Scientific American, Vol. 203, No. 3 (1960); "Scientific" Racism Again? (1961); Race and the Ideology of Race (1962); Food Production in Prehistoric Europe (1968); The Dimensions of World Poverty (1968); Work Effort, Group Structure, and Land-Use in Contemporary Hunter-Gatherers (1972); Domestic Groups (1972); Effects of the Scopes Trial (1974); Residential Patterns at Monte Alban, Oaxaca, Mexico (1974); World Climates and Food Supply Variations (1974); Size and Scaling in Human Evolution (1974); Prehistoric Agriculture in Tropical Highlands (1975); Emergent Themes in Human Development (1976); Implications of the Paleolithic Symbolic Evidence for the Origin of Language (1976); The Surface of the Ice-Age Earth (1976), 1942 - 19762525-605Culture, Genuine and Spurious (1924); Institutional Office and the Person (1937); Social Time: a Methodological and Functional Analysis (1937); Anxiety and Ritual: The Theories of Malinowski and Radcliffe-Brown (1941); Division of Labor in Society (1947); The Cultural Role of Cities (1954); Cultural Lag as Theory (1957); The Role-Set: Problems in Sociological Theory (1957); The Inexorable Problem of Space (1958); The Sociological Study of Communities (1958); The Future of Anthropology in Action (1961); Mass Society and Its Culture (1961); Culture and Cognition (1962); Cultural Patterns in Narrative (1966); War: the Anthropology of Armed Conflict and Aggression, a Natural History Magazine Special Supplement (1967); Componential Analysis (1967); The Theory of the Origin of the State (1970); Play, a Natural History Magazine Special Supplement (1971); The Ecological Approach in Cultural Study (1971), 1937 - 19712525-606Agricultural Origins: Centers and Noncenters (1971); Persistent Cultural Systems (1971); The Evolutionary Taxonomy of Culture (1972); Associations (1972); The Biophysical Determinants of Culture (1972); Science, Technology, and Development: A New World Outlook (1973); Tropical Agroecosystems (1973); Rethinking Primate Origins (1974); Chan Chan: Andean Alternative of the Preindustrial City (1975); Behavioral Endocrinology: An Emerging Discipline (1975), 1971 - 19752525-607The Social Self (1913); Do We Need a "Superorganic"? (1917); On the Principle of Order in Civilization as Exemplified by Changes of Fashion (1919); Continuities and Discontinuities in Cultural Conditioning (1938); Stimulus Diffusion (1940); "Culture and Personality": A Conceptual Scheme (1944); Sociological Theory (1945); The Cultural Basis of Emotions and Gestures (1947); The Symbol: The Origin and Basis of Human Behavior (1949); The Sociology of Sociability (1949); Psychoanalytic Characterology and Its Application to the Understanding of Culture (1949); A Critique of Culture-Personality Writings (1950); Culture and Personality (1951); The Folk-Urban Continuum (1952); On Cooling the Mark Out (1952); Social Control and Self-Regulation (1953); On the Concept of Types (1954); The Literature of Primitive Peoples (1955); Kinds and Properties of Style (1957); A Cross-Cultural Survey of Some Sex Differences in Socialization (1957); Social Behavior as Exchange (1958), 1938 - 19402525-608History and Science in Anthropology (1935); The Conceptual Structure in Middle American Studies (1940); Content Analysis and the Theory of Signs (1943); Anthropology (1950); Environmental Limitation on the Development of Culture (1954); Agricultural Potential and the Development of Cultures (1959); The Study of Shifting Cultivation (1961); Epistemology and Archeological Theory (1962); Twelve Modes of Prediction (1965); Communal Brethren of the Great Plains (1966); Intra-Group Communication and Induced Change (1967); Principles and Problems of Planned Cultural Change (1967); Research, Development, and the Improvement of Education (1968); Ethnographic Analogy and Archeological Interpretation (1969); The Social Psychology of Waiting Lines (1970); Modernizing Village Economies (1971); Social Networks (1972); Conversation with Margaret Mead on the Anthropological Age (1972); Political Factors in Economic Assistance (1972); Symbolic and Expressive Uses of Space: an Introduction to Proxemic Behavior (1972), 1940 - 19722525-609The New Native Resistance: Indigenous Peoples' Struggles and the Responsibilities of Scholars (collection of talks given at a symposium of the American Anthropological Association, 1972); The Cultural Ecology of Pastoral Nomads (1973); Culture Grammars (1975); Interactive Human Communication (1975); Simulating Overkill By Paleoindians (1975); Strategy in Community Development (n.d.), 1972 - 19752525-610Some Problems of Graduate Training in Anthropology (1949); The Science of Human Learning, Society, Culture, and Personality (1949); Anthropology: a Brief Survey (1949); The Responsibility of the Anthropologist (1949); The Kinsey Report and its Contributions to Related Fields: The Kinsey Report and the Law, An Anthropologist Views the Kinsey Report, Impact of the Kinsey Report on Opinion and Attitude Research, The Kinsey Report and Society (1950); The Problem of Locality-Group Classification (1952); Problems of Theory and Method in the Study of Social Stratification in Rural Society (1953); Time-Binding and the Concept of Culture (1953); Acculturation: An Exploratory Formulation (1954); The Need for a Functional Theory of Social Class (1954); Can We Export "The New Rural Society"? (1954); The Rural Sociocultural Area as a Field for Research (1954); Scientific Measurement of Fitness for Self-Government (1954); The Method of Natural History and Educational Research (1955); What is Ecology? (1955); Education: The Foundation of International Cooperation (1955); Sociological Research in Rural Levels and Standards of Living (1956); Specialized Occupations and Industrial Unrest (1957); On Methods of Evolutionary Biology and Anthropology (1957); Purposes of International Aid Programs (1957), 1949 - 19572626-61417 sets of typewritten research notes; 7 handwritten [1950], [1950]2626-61532 sets of typewritten research notes; 4 handwritten [1950], [1950]2626-61612 sets of typewritten research notes Syllabus from one of Pearsall's undergraduate courses, Anthropology 103A-103B, dated October, 1942; includes her handwritten notes Fort Union: An Historical Approach to Acculturation and Personality Studies (undergraduate paper by Pearsall for her Anthropology 299 course, 1949), 1942 - 19492626-611The Place of Values in Urban Social Theory: The Clarification of a Theoretical Issue (1958); Logical Difficulties in Relating the Concepts Community, Society, and Institutions (1958); Alpha Kappa Deltan, Winter 1958 issue featuring Community Studies articles (1958); A Critique of Selected Community Concepts (1959); Kinship and Instrumental Activities: A Theoretical Inquiry (1960); A Unit Concept for Sociology (1960); Toward a Theory of Acculturation (1962); A Course in Comparative Civilizations (1963); Toward a Comparative Definition of Law (1965); Commentary and Debates (1965); From Cultural Frontiers of the Peace Corps, ed. by Robert Textor, the Preface, Introduction and "Conclusions, Problems, and Prospects", the final chapter (1965); Anthropological and Cross-Cultural Aspects of Homosexuality (1965), 1958 - 19652626-612Negro-Jewish Relationships (1944); The Interracial Committee of the City of Detroit: A Case History (1946); The Supreme Court Decision on Segregation: Educational Consequences (1955); Segregation: Cottage Rental in Michigan (1964); Play in Cross-Cultural Perspectives (1966); Obviating the Functions of Functionalism (1967); Individualism and the Formation of Values (1967); Anthropological Perspectives on National Character (1967); Altruism as a Search for Justice (1968); What is American in American Art? (1971); Departments and Disciplines: Stasis and Change (1973); Research Design and Research Proposal Checklist (1979); Publish or Perish: Some Guidelines for the Novice (1980); Ten Tips to Help You Write Better (1980); Several pages from an undated issue of the Royal Anthropological Institute Newsletter (n.d.), 1944 - 19802626-613Report: Final Report on Preliminary Studies of Care-by-Patient Hospitalization (Melvin J. Lerner, Department of Behavioral Science, College of Medicine, University of Kentucky (1969), 19692626-617Date span: 1957-1983 Various newspaper clippings, mostly 1972-1974 dealing with Leslie County and parts of Eastern Kentucky; one 1982 story from the Herald-Leader and a 1957 story from the Boston Globe., 1957 - 1983Marion Pearsall Collection (University of Kentucky), circa 1910-1984