Marx, Gary T.
MARX, Gary T.
MARX, Gary T. American, b. 1938. Genres: Civil liberties/Human rights, Communications/Media, Criminology/True Crime, Information science/Computers, Race relations, Social commentary, Sociology. Career: University of California, Berkeley, research associate, Survey Research Center, 1965-67, lecturer in sociology, 1966-67; Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, assistant professor of social relations, 1967-69, lecturer, 1969-73; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, professor of sociology, 1973-92, emeritus, 1994-; University of Colorado, Boulder, professor of sociology, 1992-99. Publications: The Social Basis of the Support of a Depression Era Extremist: Father Coughlin, 1962; Protest and Prejudice, 1967; (co-author) Society Today, 1982; Undercover Police: Surveillance in America, 1988; (co-author) Collective Behavior and Social Movements, 1993. EDITOR/COEDITOR: Confrontation: Psychology and the Problems of Today, 1970; Racial Conflict: Tension and Change in American Society, 1971; Muckraking Sociology: Research as Social Criticism, 1972; Sociology: Classic and Popular Approaches, 1979; Undercover: Police Surveillance in Comparative Perspective, 1995.