SOCIAL ATTITUDES, PUBLIC OPINION, AND SOCIAL COMMUNICATION ATTITUDES SOCIALES, OPINION PUBLIQUE, COMMUNICATIONS SOCIALES.

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  • Source:
    Current Sociology. 1953, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p170-185. 16p.
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    • Abstract:
      This article presents a list of literary works related to social attitudes, public opinion, and social communication. Some of the works discussing the generalities of attitude and opinion research are: "Social and Attitudinal Research in Japan: The Work of SCAP's Public Opinion and Sociological Research Division," by J.W. Bennett; "Some Limitations on the Arbitrary Classification of Non-Scale Response Patterns in a Guttman Scale," by E.F. Borgotta and D.G. Hays; An Experimental Study of Three Factors Underlying Individual Differences in Conformity to Majority Opinion," by S.C. Goldberg. Some of the works discussing the formation, structure, relations of attitudes are: "A Psychological Study of Attitudes Towards Upbringing," by E. Björklund; "Parents' Attitudes vs. Adolescent Hostility in the Determination of Adolescent Sociopolitical Attitudes," by K.G. Helfant. "Essentials of Behaviour," by C.L. Hull. Some more works discussing the systems of attitudes and beliefs mentioned in the article are: "The Development of Socialism During the Past Fifty Years," by G.D.H. Cole; "Psychodynamic Analysis of Ethical and Political Orientations," by T.M. French.