Cottle, Thomas J.
COTTLE, Thomas J.
COTTLE, Thomas J. American, b. 1937. Genres: Education, Psychology, Sociology. Career: Research sociologist and practicing psychotherapist. Consultant, ABC-TV, since 1972. Assistant Professor of Social Relations, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1965-69; Fellow, Center for Advanced Study, University of Illinois, Urbana, 1969-70; Research Sociologist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, 1970-73. Publications: Time's Children: Impressions of Youth, 1971; The Prospect of Youth: Contexts for Sociological Inquiry, 1972; (with C. R. Eisendrath) Out of Discontent: Visions of the Contemporary University, 1972; The Abandoners: Portraits of Loss, Separation and Neglect, 1973; The Voices of School: Educational Issues Through Personal Accounts, 1973; (with S. L. Klineberg) The Present of Things Future: Explorations of Time in Human Experience, 1974; Black Children, White Dreams, 1974; A Family Album: Portraits of Intimacy and Kinship, 1974; Lovers From Denver, 1974; The Horizons of Time: Inquiries and Speculations, 1974; Busing, 1976; Barred from School, 1976; Perceiving Time, 1976; Children in Jail, 1977; College: Reward and Betrayal, 1977; (ed.) Readings in Adolescent Psychology, 1977; Private Lives and Public Accounts, 1977; (co-ed.) Psychotherapy, 1979; Black Testimony, 1980; Children's Secrets, 1981; Divorce and the Jewish Child, 1981; Like Fathers, Like Sons, 1981; Hidden Surivors, 1981. Address: c/o WCVB, 5 TV Place, Needham, MA 02494, U.S.A.