Marsh, Robert Mortimer

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MARSH, Robert Mortimer

MARSH, Robert Mortimer. American, b. 1931. Genres: Business/Trade/ Industry, Institutions/Organizations, Military/Defense/Arms control, Sociology, Third World. Career: Ford Foundation, foreign area fellow, 1956-58; University of Michigan, instructor to assistant professor, 1958-61; Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, assistant professor of sociology and Asian studies, 1961-65; Duke University, Durham, NC, associate professor of sociology, 1965-67; Brown University, Providence, RI, professor of sociology, 1967-. Publications: The Mandarins: The Circulation of Elites in China, 1600-1900, 1961; Comparative Sociology: A Codification of Cross-Societal Analysis, 1967; (with H. Mannari) Modernization and the Japanese Factory, 1976; (ed. with J.M. Armer) Comparative Sociological Research in the 1960's and 1970's, 1982; (with H. Mannari) Organizational Change in Japanese Factories, 1988; The Great Transformation: Social Change in Taipei, Taiwan since the 1960s, 1996. Address: Dept of Sociology, Brown University, Providence, RI 02912, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]