Bibliografie George Herbert Mead

*South Hadley, Massachusetts 27. Februar 1863
†Chicago, Illinois 26. April 1931
US-amerikanischer Soziologe, Sozialpsychologe und Philosoph


Bücher und Herausgeberschaften

  • (Herausgeber) Oberlin Review (Oberlin), 1882-1883.
  • (Herausgeber) The Elementary School Teacher and Course of Study (Chicago, Ill.), 1902-1914.
  • The definition of the psychical. Printed from first series, v. 3 (p. 77-112) of the Decennial publications of the University of Chicago. Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press 1903, 38 S.
  • (Mit Ernest A[ugust] Wreidt & William J. Bogan) A report on vocational training in Chicago and in other cities. An analyses of the need for industrial and commercial training in Chicago, a study of present provisions therefore in comparison with such provisions in twenty-nine other cities, together with recommendations as to the best form in which such training may be given in the public school system of Chicago. By a sub-committee of the Committee on public education, 1910-1911, of the City Club of Chicago. Chicago, Ill.: City Club of Chicago 1912, xiii, 315 S.
  • The philosophy of the present. Edited by Arthur
    E[dward] Murphy, with prefatory remarks by John Dewey. Chicago, Ill.-London: Open Court 1932
    (= Lectures upon the Paul Carus foundation. 3rd series.), xl, 199 S.
  • Mind, self, and society from the perspective of a social behaviorist. Edited, with introduction, by Charles
    W[illiam] Morris. Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press [1934], xxxviii, 400 S.
  • Movements of thought in the nineteenth century. Edited by Merritt H[adden] Moore. Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press [1936], xxxix, 518 S.
  • The philosophy of the act. Edited, with introduction, by Charles W[illiam] Morris, in collaboration with John
    M[onroe] Brewster, Albert M[illard] Dunham, David L. Miller. Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press [1938], lxxxiv, 696 S.
  • The social psychology of George Herbert Mead. Edited and with an introduction by Anselm Strauss. [Chicago, Ill.]: University of Chicago Press 1956 (= Phoenix books. P6.), xvi, 296. Später unter dem Titel: On social psychology. Selected papers.
  • Selected writings. Edited, with an introduction by Andrew J. Reck. Indianapolis, Ind.: Bobbs-Merrill 1964 (= The Library of liberal arts. 177.), lxxii, 416 S.
  • Works of George Herbert Mead. Chicago, Ill.-London: University of Chicago Press 1967-1972, 2 Bände:

    • Volume 1: Mind, self, and society from the perspective of a social behaviorist. Edited and with an introduction by Charles W[illiam] Morris. 1967, xxxviii, 401 S.
    • Volume 2: Movements of thought in the nineteenth century. Edited by Merritt H[adden] Moore. 1972, xxxix, 518 S.
  • George Herbert Mead; essays on his social philosophy. Edited with an introduction by John W. Petras. New York, N.Y.: Teachers College Press 1968, ix, 161 S.
  • The individual and the social self. Unpublished work of George Herbert Mead. Edited, with an introduction by David L. Miller. Chicago, Ill.-London: University of Chicago Press 1982, vii, 229 S.
  • Play, school, and society. Edited and introduced by Mary Jo Deegan. New York, N.Y.: Lang 1999 (= American university studies. Series XI: Anthropology and sociology. 71.), cxii, 157 S.
  • Essays on social psychology. Edited and with an introduction by Mary Jo Deegan. New Brunswick. N.J.-London: Transaction Publishers 2001, xliv, 172 S.







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  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.