BARKER, Paul. British, b. 1935. Genres: Sociology. Career: Worked as staff journalist for periodicals and newspapers in England, 1959-64; New Society, London, deputy editor, 1965-68, editor, 1968-86; independent writer and broadcaster, London, 1986-. Institute of Community Studies, London, senior research fellow, 2000-. Publications: A Sociological Portrait, 1972; One for Sorrow, Two for Joy, 1972; The Social Sciences Today, 1975; Arts in Society, 1977; The Other Britain, 1982; Founders of the Welfare State, 1985; Gulliver and Beyond, 1996; (ed.) Living as Equals, 1996. Contributor to books, magazines, newspapers, and BBC. Address: 15 Dartmouth Park Ave, London NW5 1JL, England.
More From encyclopedia.com
Stanislaw Ossowski , Ossowski, StanisLaw Stanisiaw Ossowski (1897-1963), Polish sociologist, was a scholar of wide interests: his writings include studies of the theory o… Florian Znaniecki , Znaniecki, Florian Znaniecki, Florian Florian Witold Znaniecki (1882-1958) was born in Swiatniki, Poland. He did his undergraduate work at the Univer… Sir Noel Coward , Coward, (Sir) Noël COWARD, (Sir) Noël Producer, Writer, and Actor. Nationality: British. Born: Noël Pierce Coward in Teddington, Middlesex, England,… Pitirim A. Sorokin , Pitirim Alexandrovich Sorokin was born in humble circumstances in the rural north of Russia in 1889. A prodigious zeal for work, combined with enormo… Karl Mannheim , Mannheim, Karl Mannheim, Karl Karl Mannheim (1893–1947), German sociologist, was born in Budapest. He attended school in that city and then studied a… Albion Woodbury Small , Albion WoodburySmall (1854-1926) did more than any other American sociologist toestablish the recognition of sociology as an academic subject, and he…
About this article
Updated About encyclopedia.com content Print Article
You Might Also Like