Bibliografie James S. Coleman

i.e. James Samuel Coleman
*Bedford, Indiana 12. Mai 1926
†Chicago, Illinois 25. März 1995
US-amerikanischer Soziologe

Bücher und Herausgeberschaften

  • (Mit Seymour Martin Lipset & Martin A[aron] Trow) Union democracy. The internal politics of the International Typographical Union. With a foreword by Clark Kerr. (A report of the Bureau of Applied Social Research.) Glencoe, Ill.: Free Press 1956, xxviii, 455 S.
  • Community conflict. Glencoe, Ill.: Free Press 1957 (= Columbia University Bureau of Applied Social Research publication.), 32 S.
  • (Mitarbeiter) Mathematical thinking in the measurement of behavior: small groups, utility, factor analysis. A study of the Behavioral Models Project, Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University. With contributions by James S. Coleman, Ernest W[ilcox] Adams, Herbert Solomon. Glencoe, Ill.: Free Press 1960, 314 S.
  • The adolescent society. The social life of the teenager and its impact on education, by James S. Coleman with the assistance of John W[allace] C[laire] Johnstone and Kurt Jonassohn. New York, N.Y.: Free Press of Glencoe 1961, xvi, 368 S.
  • Introduction to mathematical sociology. London-New York, N.Y.: Collier-Macmillan / Free Press of Glencoe 1964, xiv, 554 S.
  • Models of change and response uncertainty. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall 1964 (= Prentice-Hall series in mathematical analysis of social behavior.), 130 S.
  • Adolescents and the schools. New York, N.Y.-London: Basic Books 1965, xi, 121 S.
  • (Leiter und Hauptautor) Equality of educational opportunity. (A publication of the National Center for Educational Statistics.) [Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education 1966 (= OE. 38000.), 2 Bände:
    • Volume 1: Report. 1966, vi, 737 S.
    • Volume 2: Supplemental appendix to the survey. 1966, vii, 548 S.
  • Equality of educational opportunity. (Summary report.) [Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education 1966 (= OE. 38000.), v, 32 S. Bekannt als "Coleman report on equality of educational opportunity".
  • (Mit Elihu Katz & Herbert Menzel) Medical innovation. A diffusion study. Foreword by Joseph A[lexander] Precker. (Report of a study conducted at the Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University.) Indianapolis, Ind.: Bobbs-Merrill 1966, xxi, 246 S.
  • The evaluation of equality of educational opportunity. Santa Monica, Calif.: Rand Corporation 1968 (= Rand Corporation. Paper. 3911.), iii, 40 S.
  • (Mit Amitai Etzioni & John Porter) Macrosociology. Research and theory. Boston, Mass.: Allyn and Bacon 1970 (= The Allyn and Bacon series in sociology.), xx, 189 S.
  • (Mit Nancy L. Karweit) Multi-level information systems in education. Santa Monica, Calif.: Rand Corporation 1970 (= Rand Corporation. Paper. 4377.), viii, 110 S.
  • (Mit Nancy L. Karweit) Measures of school performance. Santa Monica, Calif.: Rand Corporation 1970 (= Rand Corporation. Rand report. 488.), ix, 37 S.
  • Resources for social change. Race in the United States. New York, N.Y.: Wiley-Interscience 1971 (= Wiley series in urban research.), xii, 119 S.
  • (Mit Nancy L. Karweit) Information systems and performance measures in schools. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Educational Technology Publications 1972, x, 130 S.
  • The mathematics of collective action. Chicago, Ill.: Aldine 1973 (= Methodological perspectives.), ix, 191 S.
  • (Hauptautor) Youth. Transition to adulthood. Report. [Washington, D.C.]: Office of Science and Technology 1973, xxiv, 190 S.
  • Power and the structure of society. New York, N.Y.-London: Norton 1974 [recte 1973] (= Fels lectures on public policy analysis.), 112 S.
  • (Mit Virginia B. Smith & Melvin [Marvin] Tumin) Reflections on experiential learning and its uses. (Edited by Morris Keeton.) [Princeton, N.J.]: Cooperative Assessment of Experiential Learning 1974 (= Cooperative Assessment of Experiential Learning (Project). CAEL working paper. 3.), 47 S. und 1 Errata-Zettel.
  • Busing, a re-examination. New York, N.Y.: Encyclopedia Americana / CBS News. Audio Resource Library 1976 (= Vital history cassettes. May '76. 3.), 1 Tonbandkassette. Interview mit James S. Coleman von Nathaniel Jones aus dem Jahr 1966.
  • (Herausgeber) Education and training for public sector management in developing countries. Edited by Laurence D[avis] Stifel, Joseph E. Black, James S. Coleman. [New York, N.Y.]: Rockefeller Foundation 1977 [recte 1978] (= The Rockefeller Foundation. Working papers.), 147 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Qualitative and quantitative social research. Papers in honor of Paul F[elix] Lazarsfeld. Edited by Robert K[ing] Merton, James S. Coleman, Peter H[enry] Rossi. New York, N.Y. / London: Free Press / Collier Macmillan 1979, xviii, 413 S.
  • Longitudinal data analysis. New York, N.Y.: Basic Books 1981 (= Paul F. Lazarsfeld lecture in sociology series.), xiv, 300 S.
  • Coleman report on public and private schools. The draft summary and eight critiques. Arlington, Va.: Educational Research Service 1981 (= ERS school research forum.), 47 S.
  • (Mit Thomas Hoffer & Sally Kilgore) Public and private schools. National Opinion Research Center. Samuel S. Peng, project officer. (Prepared for the National Center for Education Statistics. November 1981.) Washington, D.C.: National Center for Education Statistics 1982 (= NCES. 82-230.), xxxii, 285, [99] S. Umschlagtitel: Contractor report, public and private schools.
  • (Mit Thomas Hoffer & Sally Kilgore) High school achievement: public, Catholic, and private schools compared. New York, N.Y.: Basic Books 1982, xxx, 289 S.
  • (Mitherausgeber) Social sciences and public policy in the developing world. Edited by Laurence D[avis] Stifel, Ralph K[irby] Davidson, James S. Coleman. Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books 1982, xix, 401 S.
  • The asymmetric society. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press 1982 (= The Frank W. Abrams lectures.), xii, 191 S.
  • (Mit Torsten Husén) Becoming adult in a changing society. Paris / Washington, D.C.: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development / OECD Publications and Information Center 1985, 82 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Approaches to social theory. Based on the W[illiam] I[saac] Thomas and Florian Znaniecki Memorial Conference on Social Theory. Siegwart Lindenberg, James S. Coleman, Stefan Nowak, editors. New York, N.Y.: Russell Sage Foundation 1986, ix, 398 S.
  • Individual interests and collective action. Selected essays. (Published in collaboration with Maison des sciences de l'homme, Paris.) Cambridge-New York, N.Y.: Cambridge University Press 1986 (= Studies in rationality and social change.), ix, 384 S.
  • (Mit Thomas Hoffer) Public and private high schools. The impact of communities. New York, N.Y.: Basic Books 1987, xxviii, 254 S.
  • Foundations of social theory. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press 1990, xvi, 993 S.
  • Equality and achievement in education. Boulder, Col.-Oxford: Westview Press 1990 (= Social inequality series.), xi, 340 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Social theory for a changing society. Edited by Pierre Bourdieu and James S. Coleman. Boulder, Col.-Oxford / New York, N.Y.: Westview Press / Russell Sage Foundation 1991, vii, 389 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Rational choice theory. Advocacy and critique. Edited by James S. Coleman, Thomas J[ohn] Fararo. Newbury Park, Calif.-London: Russell Sage Publications 1992 (= Key issues in sociological theory. 7.), xxii, 232 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Parents, their children, and schools. Edited by Barbara Schneider and James S. Coleman. Boulder, Col.-Oxford: Westview Press 1993, xv, 192 S.
  • (Mit David Court) University development in the third world. The Rockefeller Foundation experience. (The Rockefeller Foundation Nairobi, Kenya.) Oxford-New York, N.Y.: Pergamon Press 1993, xviii, 417 S.


  • Social theory and social policy. Essays in honor of James S. Coleman. Edited by Aage B[øttger] Sørensen and Seymour Spilerman. Westport, Conn.-London: Praeger 1993, vi, 272 S.























  Addams, Jane

  Adorno, Theodor W.

  Aron, Raymond

  Baudrillard, Jean

  Bell, Daniel

  Bourdieu, Pierre

  Coleman, James S.

  Comte, Auguste

  Cooley, Charles

  Davis, Kingsley

  Du Bois, W.E.B.

  Durkheim, Émile

  Elias, Norbert

  Foucault, Michel

  Freyer, Hans

  Gehlen, Arnold

  Geiger, Theodor

  Giddens, Anthony

  Gilman, Charlotte P.

  Goffman, Erving

  Habermas, Jürgen

  Halbwachs, Maurice

  Homans, George C.

  Jahoda, Marie

  Lazarsfeld, Paul F.

  Luhmann, Niklas

  Lynd, Helen M.

  Mannheim, Karl

  Martineau, Harriet

  Marx, Karl

  Mauss, Marcel

  Mead, George H.

  Merton, Robert K.

  Michels, Robert(o)

  Mills, C. Wright

  Myrdal, Alva

  Pareto, Vilfredo

  Park, Robert E.

  Parsons, Talcott

  Schelsky, Helmut

  Schutz, Alfred

  Simmel, Georg

  Sorokin, Pitirim A.

  Питирим Сорокин

  Spencer, Herbert

  Thomas, William I.

  Tönnies, Ferdinand

  Veblen, Thorstein B.

  Webb, Beatrice

  Weber, Max

  Znaniecki, Florian W.