Chapter 7 The Topical Structure of Social Psychology

[7.1] The Topical Establishment and Who's Who in Social Psychology

[7.1.1] *LITERATURE TYPE A: Books for Professionals

[7.1.1.1] *L. Berkowitz: "Advances in Experimental Social Psychology"

[7.1.1.2] * The Registry of Authors in Social Psychology

[7.1.2] *LITERATURE TYPE B: Journal Articles

[7.1.3] *LITERATURE TYPE C: Derivative Articles, Books, and Instructional Programs

[7.1.3.1] * Sample 1: Textbook Outline

[7.1.3.2] * Sample 2: UHM Catalogue Course Descriptions

[7.1.3.3] *Sample 3: Social -Personality Psychology Program, UHM

[7.1.3.4] * Sample 4: Social Psychology 222

[7.1.3.5] * Sample 5: Topical Outline of Community Cataloguing Practices, James and Nahl, 1975-77

[7.1.3.6] * Sample 6: An Annotated Bibliography of a Decade of Ethnosemantic Investigations by James and Nahl 1968-1978

[7.1.3.7] * Sample 7: Case History Report: "What is Social Psychology?" Research Report No. 4 -Psychology 222, Fall 1977

[7.2] * The Two Paradigms in Psychology

[7.2.1] *Case History Report: Indexical Concordance Techniques in Topic Domain Methodology: Students of Psychology 661, Spring 1977

[7.2.2] * Case History Report: Diane Nahl on M. E. Bitterman: An Application of Topic Domain Methodology to a Vita Bibliography


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