xt78930nsb86 https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt78930nsb86/data/mets.xml https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt78930nsb86/data/kukuarp1985UA020.xml Pearsall, Marion, 1923 - 1984 19101984 26 Boxes, 25.35 cubic feet collections  English University of Kentucky This digital resource may be freely searched and displayed.  Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically.  Physical rights are retained by the owning repository.  Copyright is retained in accordance with U. S. copyright laws.  For information about permissions to reproduce or publish, contact the Special Collections Research Center. Marion Pearsall Collection (University of Kentucky), circa 1910-1984 Marion Pearsall Collection (University of Kentucky), circa 1910-1984 text Marion Pearsall Collection (University of Kentucky), circa 1910-1984 1910 2003 true xt78930nsb86 collection false kukuarp1985UA020 Guide 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 Collections University of Kentucky Margaret I. King Library Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0039 USA Phone: (859) 257-8611 Fax: (859) 257-6311 Email: sclref@lsv.uky.edu URL: http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=298&llib_id=13    Copyright 2003 University 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 in English.   Guide to the Marion Pearsall Collection,  circa 1910-1984   Contact Information Special Collections University Archives and Records Program University of Kentucky Margaret I. King Library Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0039 Phone: (859) 257-8611 Fax: (859) 257-6311 Email:  sclref@lsv.uky.edu URL:  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 DeMarcus Date Completed May 2003 Encoded by Eric Weig      Copyright 2003 University of Kentucky. All rights reserved.   Marion Pearsall Collection (University of Kentucky),  circa 1910-1984 1985UA020 Pearsall, Marion, 1923 - 1984  26 Boxes, 25.35 cubic feet   The materials are in  English. University of Kentucky. University Archives and Records Program Lexington, 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 List Anthropology 1 1-1 Articles:  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 - 1966 1 1-2 Articles:  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 - 1977 1 1-3 Articles:  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 - 1980 1 1-4 Notes, 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 - 1976 1 1-5 Articles:  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 - 1968 1 1-6 Articles:  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 - 1981 1 1-7 Papers:  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] - 1979 1 1-8 Articles: 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 - 1980 1 1-9 Articles: 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 - 1954 1 1-10 Articles: 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 - 1961 1 1-11 Articles: 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 - 1981 1 1-12 Three Pakistan Villages (1958) The American Behavioral Scientist - v.5, no.10, June 1962 (complete issue),  1958 - 1962 1 1-13 Articles: 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 - 1980 1 1-14 Articles:  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 - 1980 1 1-15 Articles:  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 - 1977 1 1-16 Judges 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 - 1981 1 1-17 Articles:  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 - 1973 1 1-621 Paper: Disaster and Aftermath - Selected Aspects of Individual and Group Behavior in Critical Situations (1957),  1957 1 1-18 Contains 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 - 1980 1 1-19 Articles: 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 - 1979 1 1-20 Articles: 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 - 1978 1 2-618 Articles:  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 - 1975 2 2-21 Articles: 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