Peterson, Richard Austin

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PETERSON, Richard Austin

PETERSON, Richard Austin. American (born India), b. 1932. Genres: Sociology. Career: University of Wisconsin, Madison, assistant professor, 1960-64; Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, professor of sociology, 1965-, chairman, Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, 1982-85. Leeds University, visiting sr. lecturer, 1985-86; Mellon research fellow: National Humanities Center, 1989-90, College de France, Paris, 1991. Associate editor: American Journal of Sociology, Journal of Popular Music, and Social Inquiry; editor: American Sociological Association Sociology of Culture Section Newsletter. Publications: (with A.W. Gouldner) Notes on Technology and the Moral Order, 1962; (ed. with N. Demerath) System, Change and Conflict: A Reader in Sociological Theory, 1967; (ed.) With the Indian Army in the Great War 1916-1919, by H.H. Peterson, 1970; (ed. with R.S. Denisoff) Sounds of Social Change, 1972; (ed.) The Peterson Nursery: A Victorian Episode, by H.H. Peterson, 1972; The Industrial Order and Social Policy, 1973; The Dynamics of Industrial Society, 1973; The Production of Culture, 1976; Arts Audience Statistics and Culture Indicators, 1980; (ed. and contrib.) Patterns of Cultural Choice, 1984; (ed.) Contemporary Sociology, 1990; (ed. with M.A. McLaurin, and contrib.) You Wrote My Life: Lyrical Themes in Country Music, 1992; Creating Country Music, 1997. Address: Dept of Sociollogy, 201 Garland Hall, Vanderbilt University, VU Station B351811, Nashville, TN 37235-1811, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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