Parsons, Jack

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PARSONS, Jack. British, b. 1920. Genres: Anthropology/Ethnology, Biology, Civil liberties/Human rights, Cultural/Ethnic topics, Demography, Earth sciences, Economics, Environmental sciences/Ecology, Ethics, History, Homes/Gardens, Human relations/Parenting, Intellectual history, International relations/Current affairs, Law, Marine sciences/Oceanography, Medicine/ Health, Military/Defense/Arms control. Career: Brunel University, Ux- bridge, Middx., research associate, 1959-61, lecturer in social instns., 1961- 74; University College, Cardiff, sr. lecturer in population studies, and deputy director, Sir David Owen Centre for Population Growth Studies, 1975-81; University of Wales at Cardiff, visiting lecturer, 1982-; Population and Environment journal, advisory ed., 1986-; Population Policy Press, founder/director, 2001-; Optimum Population Trust, patron. Publications: The Black- hill Campaign (documentary film), 1964; Population versus Liberty, 1971; (co-author) Changing Directions, 1974; The Economic Transition, 1975; (co- author) Environment and the Industrial Society, 1976; Population Fallacies, 1977; (co-author) Britain's Crisis in Sociological Perspective, 1977; (co- author) Human Fertility Control, 1979; (co-author) Environment and Population Change, 1994; CO-ORD, A Computer Data Base on the Problems of Coordinating Heterogeneous Societies, 1994; Human Population Competition: A Study of the Pursuit of Power through Numbers, 1998; The Reverend Thomas Robert Malthus, AM FRS Demi-Devil, Saint, or Merely Great Benefactor? (monograph), 2000. Address: Treferig Cottage Farm, Llantrisant, M. Glam CF72 8LQ, Wales. Online address: [email protected]

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