Saturday, July 14, 2018

The silent revolution in Europe: intergenerational change
in post industrial societies.  Inglehart (1971)

Reich’s (1970)
Consciousness I, II, and III.
REICH, C. (1970) The Greening of America. New York: Random House.

HOCHSCHILD, A. R. (1973) "A review of sex role research." Amer. J. of Sociology
78, 4: 1011-1029.

MEAD, M. (1970) Culture and Commitment: A Study of the Generation Gap. New
York: Langman.

REICH, C. (1970) The Greening of America. New York: Random House.

TOFFLER, A. (1970) Future Shock. New York: Random House.

SLATER, P. E. (1970) The Pursuit of Loneliness. Boston: Beacon.

FLACKS, R. (1971) Youth and Social Change. Chicago: Markham.''

KELLEY, E. L. (1955) "Consistency of adult personality." Amer. Psychologist 10:

MORRIS, C. and I. SMALL (1971) "Changes in conceptions of good life by
American college students from 1950 to 1970." J. of Personality and Social
Psychology 20, 2: 254-260.

Baltes and Nesselroade (1972),
BALTES, P. and J. NESSELROADE (1972) "Cultural change and adolescent
development: An application of longitudinal sequences." Developmental Psychology
7, 11: 244-256.

Elder’s (1974) study called Children of the Great Depression, group interests were stronger among the offspring of economically deprived families than among the nondeprived children.
Group interests (versus self-interests) were correlated with relative income loss between 1929 and
1933-again suggesting the impact of historical events on values.

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