Associate Professor of Sociology
Ph.D. 1958 (Sociology), Columbia University; B.A. 1949 (Sociology), SUNY, Buffalo.
Puck Building, Room 4114, 295 Lafayette Street New York, NY 10012
Areas of Research/Interest:
Voting behavior; African American immigration from the south in the post World War I period; development of communication systems; research methods and statistics.
past President, American Association for Public Opinion Research; past Secretary-Treasurer, World Association of Public Opinion Research; American Sociological Association; American Statistical Association; Society for the Sociological Study of Social Issues.
grant for developing education software, Foundation for the Improvement of Post Secondary School.
How Sampling Works, with Caroline Persell. Pine Grove Press. 1995.
"The Immigrant Apathy Hypothesis", with Peter Tuckel. Journal of Interdisciplinary History.
"Contextual Influence and Hyper Segregation", with Kurt Schlichting. 1995 Review of Survey Methods. American Statistical Association.