Selected Publications:Books:UNOBTRUSIVE MEASURE, Second Edition. SAGE PUBLICATIONSThousand Oaks, CA (2000)(with Lee Sechrest) (The original volume wasauthored by Webb, Campbell, Schwartz, and Sechrest).HANDBOOK OF REGULATION AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW, NY: MarcelDecker Co. (1994) (editor with David Rosenbloom).NONREACTIVE MEASURES IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES (co-authored withWebb, et al.) (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1981).BEHAVIOR THEORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE (with F. A. Logan, et al.)(New Haven: Yale University Press, 1955) (reprint edition, Westport,CT: Greenwood Press, 19780.CRIMINAL LAW: THEORY AND PROCESS, (New York: Free Press, 1974)(with Joseph Goldstein and Alan Dershowitz).SOCIETY AND THE LEGAL ORDER, (New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1970)(with Jerome H. Skolnick).UNOBSTRUCIVE MEASURE: NONREACTIVE RESEARCH IN THE SOCIALSCIENCES, (Chicago: Rand McNally & Company, 1966) (with E.J.Webb, D.T. Campbell, and L. Sechrest).CRIMINAL LAW: PROBLEMS IN THE PROMULGATION, INVOCATION ADN ADMINSTRATION OF A LAW OF CRIMES, (New York: The Free Press,19620(with R.C. Donnelly and Joseph Goldstein).Articles:Natural Law, in INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SOCIAL BEHAVIORAL SERVICES, (forthcoming, 2002).Religion and a World Rule of Law in 572, in ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 157 (2000)A Tale of Two Cities: Adaptation Strategies of Selected LSC Agencies(with Kenneth W. Mentor) in 21 THE JUSTICE SYSTEM JOURNAL 143(2000).Evaluating the Program and Looking to the Future, unpublished reporton NESCO: THE NEAR EAST SIDE COMMUNITY-DEVELOPMENTORGANIZATION (1999).Bureaucracy and the Public: Observations and Reflcetions from FieldResearch, in Rosenblum adn Schwartz, eds. HANDBOOK OF REGULATION AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW (1994).Een Kenninsmaking met de Rechtssociologie en de Rechtsantropologie,ARS AEQUI LIBRI (Prof. J. Griffiths) (1987 & 1991).Human Rights in an Evolving World Culture, in A. A. An-Naim and F.M. Deng, eds., HUMAN RIGHTS IN AFRICA: CROSS-CULTURALPERSPECTIVES (Washington, D.C.: Brookings, 1990). 368-382.Arab-Jewish Dialogue in the United States: Toward Track IITractability, in L. Kriesberg, et al., eds. INTRACTABLE CONFLICTS AND THEIR TRANSFORMATION (Syracuse University Press, 1989). 180-209.Human Rights and Peace in the Middle East, (edited and wrote prologueand epilogue for Conference Report), in SYRACUSE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND COMMERCE Vol. 134 (1987) 391-548.Law and Normative Order, in L. Lipson and S. Wheeler, eds., LAW AND THE SOCIAL ORDER (New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1986). 63-107.The Limits and Possibilities of Government: A Perspective From the Sociology of Law, in J. F. Short, ed., THE SOCIAL FABRIC (Beverly Hills,CA: Sage Publications, 1986) 189-206.Policy Implications of the Delivery Systems Study of the Legal ServicesCorporation, ABA CONSULTANTS REPORT (1984).On the Prospects of Using Sociobiology in Shaping the Law: ACautionary Note, in JOURNAL OF SOCIAL AND BIOLOGICAL STRUCTURESVol. 5. (1982) 325-333.Mores and the Law: Taking Sumner Seriously, in BEHAVIOR SCIENCERESEARCH Vol. 15 (1980).The Supreme Court and Capital Punishment: A Quest for BalanceBetween Legal and Societal Morality, in LAW & POLICY QUARTERLYVol. 1 (1979) 285-335.Moral Order and the Sociology of Law: Trends, Problems, and Prospects, in ANNUAL REVIEW OF SOCIOLOGY Vol. 4 (1978) 577-601.Confidentiality-Preserving Modes of Access to Files and to InterfileExchange for Useful Statistical Analysis, (with D. T. Campbell, et al.) inEVALUATION QUARTERLY Vol. 1 (1977) 269-300.Legal Evolution And The Durkheim Hypothesis: A Reply To ProfessorBaxi, in LAW 7 SOCIETY REVIEW Vol. 8 (1974) 653-668.The Invocation of Legal Norms: An Empirical Investigation of Durkheim and Weber, (with B. C. Cartwright), in AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICALREVIEW Vol. 38 (1973) 340-354.A Learning Theory of Law, in 41 S. CAL. L. REV. 548-587 (1968).On Legal Sanctions, (with S. Orleans), in 34 U. OF CHI. L. REV. 274-300(1967).On Status Liability, (with J. A. Wiggins and F. Dill), in SOCIOMETRYVol. 28 (1965) 197-209.Legal Evolution and Societal Complexity, (with C. Miller) in AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY Vol. 70 (1964), 159-169. See alsocorrespondence betwen S. H. Udy and R. D. Schwartz in AMERICANJOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY Vol. 70 (1964), Vol. 70 (1965) 625-628.Two Studies of Legal Stigma (with J. H. Skolnick), in SOCIAL PROBLEMSVol. 10 (1963). Cf. also Rejoinder to Ross, in SOCIAL PROBLEMS Vol. 10(1963) 391-392.Administration of the Law of Torts: The 1961 Summer Research TrainingInstitute on Interrelations of Law and Other Social Institutions, (withHarry Kalven, Jr.), in ITEMS Vol. 16 (1962).Field Experimentation in Sociolegal Research, in JOURNAL OF LEGALEDUCATION Vol. 13 (1961) 410-310.The Law and Behavioral Sciences Program at Yale: A Sociologist'sAccount of Some Experiences, in JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION Vol.12 (1959) 91-98.Democracy and Collectivism in the Kibbutz, in SOCIAL PROBLEMS Vol. 5(1957) 137-141.Functional Alternatives to Inequality, in AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICALREVIEW Vol. 20 (1955) 424-430.Social Factors in the Development of Legal Control: A Case Study ofTwo Israeli Settlements, in 63 YALE LAW JOURNAL Vol. 471 (1954).
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