Kingsley Davis




Bibliografie Kingsley Davis

*Tuxedo, Texas 20. August 1908
†Stanford, California 27. Februar 1997
US-amerikanischer Soziologe und Demograph


Bücher und Herausgeberschaften

  • Youth in the depression. With illustrations by Fred
    G[oss] Cooper. Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press 1935 (= American primers.), 47 S.
  • (Herausgeber) World population in transition. Edited by Kingsley Davis. Philadelphia, Pa.: [American Academy of Political and Social Science] 1945 (= American Academy of Political and Social Science. Annals. 237.), viii, 257 S.
  • (Mit Ana Casis) Urbanization in Latin America. [New York, N.Y.: Milbank Memorial Fund 1946], 45 S. Separatabdruck aus: Milbank memorial fund quarterly (New York, N.Y.), 24. Bd., Nr. 2 & 3 (April & Juli 1946).
  • Human society. Minneapolis, Minn.: Burgess 1948, iii, 398 S.
  • (Mit Harry C[harles] Bredemeier & Marion J[oseph] Levy, Jr.) Modern American society. Readings in the problems of order and change. New York, N.Y.: Rinehart 1949, xviii, 734 S.
  • (Mit J[ulius] Isaac) People on the move. London: Bureau of Current Affairs 1950 (= Food and people. / UNESCO food and people series.), 47 S.
  • The population of India and Pakistan. (Under the editorial sponsorship of Office of Population Research, Princeton University.) Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press 1951, xvi, 263 S.
  • (Herausgeber) A crowding hemisphere: population change in the Americas. Edited by Kingsley Davis. Philadelphia, Pa.: [American Academy of Political and Social Science] 1958 (= American Academy of Political and Social Science. Annals. 316.), vi, 206 S.
  • The world's metropolitan areas, by International Urban Research, Institute of International Studies, University of California. (Under the direction of Kingsley Davis.) Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press 1959, vii, 115 S.
  • (Mitarbeiter) Judith Blake: Family structure in Jamaica. The social context of reproduction, by Judith Blake; in collaboration with J[oseph] Mayone Stycos and Kingsley Davis. New York, N.Y.: Free Press of Glencoe 1961, x, 262 S.
  • India's urban future. Selected studies from an international conference sponsored by Kingsley Davis, Richard L[eonard] Park, Catherine Bauer Wurster. Edited by Roy Turner. Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press 1962 ((c) 1961), xv, 470 S.
  • (Mit Eleanor Langlois) Future demographic growth of the San Francisco Bay area. Berkeley, Calif.: Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California 1963 (= The Franklin K. Lane project.), 27 S.
  • Problems and solutions in international comparison for social science purposes. Buenos Aires: Instituto Torcuato Di Tella 1964 (= Documento de trabajo. 6.), 15 S.
  • World urbanization, 1950-1970. Berkeley, Calif.: Institute of International Studies, University of California 1969-1972 (= Population monograph series. 4, 9.), 2 Bände:
    • Volume 1: Basic data for cities, countries, and regions. 1969, viii, 318 S.
    • Volume 2: Analysis of trends, relationships, and development. 1972, xxii, 319 S.
  • (Herausgeber) California's twenty million. Research contributions to population policy. Kingsley Davis and Frederick G. Styles, editors. (Held [...] under the auspices of the Assembly Science and Technology Advisory Council.) Berkeley, Calif.: Institute of International Studies, University of California 1971 (= Population monographs series. 10.), xiv, 349 S.
  • Cities and mortality. (Reprint of a paper delivered at the International Population Conference, Liege, 1973). Berkeley, Calif.: [University of California 1973] (= Population reprint series. 433.), 22 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Cities. Their origin, growth, and human impact; readings from Scientific American. With introductions by Kingsley Davis. San Francisco, Calif.: Freeman 1973, 297 S.
  • A structural analysis of kinship. Prolegomena to the sociology of kinship. New York, N.Y.: Arno Press 1980 (= Dissertations on sociology.), xiii, 313 S. Zugleich Philosophische Dissertation, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts 1936. Zuerst veröffentlicht in: American Anthropologist (Washington, D.C.), 39. Bd. (1937).
  • (Herausgeber) Contemporary marriage. Comparative perspectives on a changing institution. Edited by Kingsley Davis, in association with Amyra Grossbard-Shechtman. New York, N.Y.: Russell Sage Foundation 1985, xiii, 432 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Below-replacement fertility in industrial societies. Causes, consequences, policies. Kingsley Davis, Mikhail S. Bernstam [i.e. Mihail S. Bernstam], Rita Ricardo-Campbell, editors. (Based on papers presented at a seminar held at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, November 1985.) New York, N.Y.: Population Council 1987 (= Population and development review, a supplement to volume 12.), x, 360 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Population and resources in a changing world. Current readings. Edited by Kingsley Davis, Mikhail S. Bernstam [i.e. Mihail S. Bernstam], Helen Sellers. Stanford, Calif.: Morrison Institute for Population and Resource Studies, Stanford University 1989, xii, 532 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Resources, environment, and population. Present knowledge, future options. Kingsley Davis, Mikhail S. Bernstam [i.e. Mihail S. Bernstam], editors. (Based on a conference held at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, 1-3 February 1989.) New York, N.Y. / Oxford: Population Council / Oxford University Press 1991 (= Population and development review. A supplement to volume 16.), xii, 423 S.







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