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Varying social roles and networks on a family farm: Evidence from Swedish immigrant letters, 1880s to 1930s

Angela Hoffman, Merja Kytö
2019 Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics  
The present study investigates patterns of language use in the ego documents written by three Swedish immigrants: Nils Blomberg (born in 1839), Mathilda Blomberg, (b. 1863), and Anton Blomberg (b. 1885  ...  for the sake of her readers.  ...  Acknowledgements: We gratefully acknowledge the insightful feedback we received on this paper from the editor of this special issue and from the other editors and reviewers.  ... 
doi:10.1515/jhsl-2018-0031 fatcat:rjytqzrs6fbfbkdgacghdy7eq4

Page 361 of Library Occurrent Vol. 26, Issue 10 [page]

1980 Library Occurrent  
Library Service to the Disadvantaged. Metuchen, N.J., Scarecrow Press, 1971, p. 300-301. Kanner, Elliott E. The Impact of Gerontological Concepts on Principles of Librarianship.  ...  A Study of Circulation Systems in Selected Regional Libraries. Washington, D.C., Library of Congress, Nelson Associates, Inc., 1969, p. vi. Romani, op. cit., p. 392.  ... 

Screen‐Memories and Fictionalized Autobiography: Mary Shelley'sMathildaand "The Mourner"

Diane Long Hoeveler
2005 Nineteenth-Century Contexts  
of totalization (that is the impossibility of coming into being) of all textual systems made up of tropological substitutions" (922).  ...  the screen memory, and then proposing my own revision of his concept-the appropriation of the memories of an idealized other by the self in an attempt to depict a new, "composite" autobiographical self  ... 
doi:10.1080/08905490500444023 fatcat:sbwxhuxlrbfxtmi6lq3f2o2aky

Erratum

NADIR A. ATARI, KAMIL V. ETTINGER
1974 Nature  
This concept was well illustrated by the differing attitudes to the controversial results of some research by a team of three more 'experimenters' in the series.  ...  [2410 :Toe Mathilda and Terence Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology. Sixth Annual RePort. Pp. 67. (London: The Mathilda and Terence Kennedy Institut<: of RheumatolollY, 1973.)  ... 
doi:10.1038/248182a0 fatcat:q6ghzatfuncd5nejjeispzbaqu

Page 67 of American Society for Microbiology. ASM News Vol. 43, Issue 1 [page]

1977 American Society for Microbiology. ASM News  
Dumonde of the Mathilda and Terence Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, London.  ...  Discussions of the papers are included after each related group of papers, which helps the reader focus on conflicting data and significant concepts.  ... 

Page 50 of Aerospace Engineering Vol. 19, Issue 7 [page]

1960 Aerospace Engineering  
Stehling discussed accessory power systems and propulsion means Advanced propulsion concepts, such as electromagnetic, and various systems, including the utilization of atomic and hydrogen bombs, were  ...  ., has moved to new headquarters at 587 Mathilda Ave., Sunnyvale, Calif.  ... 

Theories of choice and conflict in psychology and economics

Mathilda Holzman
1958 Journal of Conflict Resolution  
He has not, how- ever, utilized this concept in his models of con- flict.  ...  If the psychologists’ model involved the conception of substitute goals,’ the interpretation would be more like that of the economist.  ... 
doi:10.1177/002200275800200403 fatcat:p4akv36pybeybk5oubnjxbupqu

The newcomer in open and closed groups

Robert C. Ziller, Richard D. Behringer, Mathilda J. Jansen
1961 Journal of Applied Psychology  
THE NEWCOMER IN OPEN AND CLOSED GROUPS ROBERT C. ZILLER, RICHARD D. BEHRINGER, axpn MATHILDA J.  ...  We own parallel move Mor the components by the system o eT social systen pe rception Is our the flow of time eover, perpett involving of the obscured relatively ste the olar level 58 R. C.  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0048008 fatcat:ufpt3vmfl5dqlg4x737xw27634

Page 1026 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 67, Issue 5 [page]

1982 Psychological Abstracts  
The significance of the findings for the concept of egocentrism and the analysis of role-taking is discussed. (23 ref) —Journal abstract. 9529. Holzman, Mathilda.  ...  The verbal concept as memory of in- stances is the earliest stage, followed by verbal concept as iconic abstraction, and last by the verbal concept as featural abstrac- tion.  ... 

Important Psycholinguistic Development

MATHILDA S. HOLZMAN
1975 Contemporary Psychology  
are other systems of behavior equally worthy of study.”  ...  Holzman is cur- rently working on a study of the de- velopment of communication from ani- mal signal systems to human language.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0013035 fatcat:q2wyawrlkvca5i5sqihd2afgl4

Page 269 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 49, Issue 2 [page]

1973 Psychological Abstracts  
Nietzsche’s concept of the will to power. Journal of Individual Psychology, 1972(May), Vol. 28(1), 3-11.  ...  An analysis of the development of this capacity, based on the concept of the “speech act,” is given.— Journal abstract. 2408. Horton, David L. & Jenkins, James J. (Eds.). (U.  ... 

An experimental study of role playing

Mathilda J. Jansen, Lawrence M. Stolurow
1962 The Psychological Monographs  
Operational exploration of the conceptual self-system and of the inter- action between frames of reference. Genet. Psychol Monogr., 1954, 50, 43-139. Exvrasopn, E.  ...  MATHILDA J For 9 of the 12 concepts (significant sign test) there was a consistent pattern; imitation resulted in /arger D score means than did im- provisation.  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0093854 fatcat:n5is2dsojfdfdcifkrvifvbda4

Page 765 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 45, Issue 4 [page]

1971 Psychological Abstracts  
—Observations of 2 experienced teachers of disturbed children suggest the possibility of devel- oping a coding system for differentiating between teaching styles.  ...  Braun, Samuel J., Holzman, Mathilda S., & Lasher, Miriam G. (Tufts U.) Teachers of disturbed preschool children: An analysis of teaching styles.  ... 

Page 315 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 36, Issue 2 [page]

1962 Psychological Abstracts  
Wishner sought to de- fine in operational terms Asch’s concept of a “central trait.”  ...  SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY a more definitive analysis of this aspect of group process than can be achieved with other systems.  ... 

The hateful other: neo-Nazis in school and teachers' strategies for handling racism

Christer Mattsson, Thomas Johansson
2020 British Journal of Sociology of Education  
the segerstedt institute, university of gothenburg, goteborg, sweden ABSTRACT Research has shown that a young person's situation at school, and pupils' relationships with their teachers, have a clear impact  ...  In order to better understand the logics of pedagogy and what their teachers' decisions to intervene and to confront their extremist beliefs and lifestyles led to, we focus on a particular case study.  ...  The concept of resistance has often been used as a mirror for the concept of subculture. Subcultures are often the sites and sources of young people's resistance to dominant structures.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01425692.2020.1823204 fatcat:qr43zybgsvhyncpwtevk37v6qy
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