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  • Paul Felix Lazarsfeld (February 13, 1901 – August 30, 1976) was an American sociologist. The founder of Columbia University's Bureau of Applied Social
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  • ISBN 978-0-495-56595-6. CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Paul Felix Lazarsfeld, Bernard Berelson, Hazel Gaudet, The people's choice: how the voter
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  • Contagion Theory (pp. 67-91). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Paul Felix Lazarsfeld, Bernard Berelson, Hazel Gaudet (1948). The People's Choice: How
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  • Lazarsfeld PF, Merton RK. "Mass communication, popular taste, and organized social action" (PDF).  Merton, Robert King; Lazarsfeld, Paul Félix (1957)
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  • 28 April 2001 in Sussex, England, aged 94. In 1927 she married Paul Felix Lazarsfeld with whom she had her only child Lotte Franziska (born 1930)- who
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  • Louis Kroeber' Configurations of Cultural Growth is published. Paul Felix Lazarsfeld' The People's Choice is published. Helen Merrell Lynd' England in
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  • debate in both academic literature and the popular press. Sociologist Paul Lazarsfeld and Wagner Thielens, were the first scholars to conduct a systematic
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  • Austrian constitution Otto König, scientist in behavioural studies Paul Felix Lazarsfeld, social scientist Otto Loewi, pharmacologist, Nobel Prize in Physiology
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  • and Paul Felix Lazarsfeld (1955). Personal Influence: the Part Played by People in the Flow of Mass Communications. ISBN 1-4128-0507-4.  Lazarsfeld et
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  • for chemistry in 1998 Markus Kupferblum, theatre and opera director Paul Lazarsfeld, sociologist Robert von Lieben, physicist Titu Maiorescu, Prime Minister
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  • émigrés include the management thinker Peter Drucker, sociologist Paul Felix Lazarsfeld and scientist Sir Gustav Nossal. Complementing its status as a
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  • Kordesch, Arnold Krammer, Karl Kraus, Bruno Kreisky, Richard Kuhn, Paul Lazarsfeld, Ignacy Łukasiewicz, Gustav Mahler, Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, Lise Meitner
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  • developed new types of quantitative and qualitative research methods. Paul Lazarsfeld founded Columbia University's Bureau of Applied Social Research, where
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  • Gino Fano Zoel García de Galdeano Francesco Gerbaldi Paul Gordan Jacques Hadamard Adolf Hurwitz Felix Klein Gino Loria Wilhelm Franz Meyer (de) Giuseppe
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  • Practice. Retrieved from the Gale Virtual Reference Library database. Lazarsfeld, Paul Felix; Berelson, Bernard; Gaudet, Hazel (1948). The People's Choice: How
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  • UCLA. Ales Hrdlicka, founder of American physical anthropology. Paul Felix Lazarsfeld, of Moravian ancestry, founder of modern empirical sociology. Richard
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  • Hamilton Palmer O. Johnson Robert E. Johnson Leo Katz Karin Kock-Lindberg Paul Lazarsfeld Erich Leo Lehmann Geoffrey H. Moore Calvin F. Schmid Robert L. Thorndike
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  • Lazard, Daniel (France, born 1941) Lazard, Michel (France, 1924–1985) Lazarsfeld, Robert (USA, born 1953) Le, Yang (China, born 1939) Leader, Imre (Britain
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  • studies expert Ruth Landes (Ph.D. 1935) - author, City of Women (1947) Paul Lazarsfeld - major figure in 20th-century American sociology; founder of Columbia
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  • to July 27, 1985); in Semyonov, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast (died 1990) Paul Lazarsfeld, Austrian-born American sociologist who created the Bureau of Applied
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