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Richard Maisel

Associate Professor of Sociology

Ph.D. 1958 (Sociology), Columbia University; B.A. 1949 (Sociology), SUNY, Buffalo.

Office Address: 

Puck Building, Room 4114, 295 Lafayette Street New York, NY 10012

Office Hours: 

On Leave.

Phone: 

(212) 998-8353

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.

Curriculum Vitae

External Affiliations:

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.

Fellowships/Honors:

grant for developing education software, Foundation for the Improvement of Post Secondary School.

Books:

How Sampling Works, with Caroline Persell. Pine Grove Press. 1995.

Articles:

"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.


Updated on 02/02/2016