Pettigrew, Thomas Fraser
PETTIGREW, Thomas Fraser
PETTIGREW, Thomas Fraser. American, b. 1931. Genres: Psychology, Race relations, Social sciences, Sociology. Career: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, assistant professor, 1956-57, assistant professor, 1957- 62, Lecturer, 1962-64, associate professor, 1964-68, professor of Social Psychology and Sociology, 1968-80; University of California at Santa Cruz, professor of Social Psychology, 1980-94, Research professor of Social Psychology, 1994-; University of Amsterdam, professor of Social Psychology, 1986-91. Publications: (with E.Q. Campbell) Christians in Racial Crisis: A Study of the Little Rock Ministry, 1959; A Profile of the Negro American, 1964; Racially Separate or Together?, 1971; (with others) Prejudice, 1982; (with D.A. Alston) Tom Bradley's Campaigns for Governor: The Dilemma of Race and Political Strategies, 1988; How to Think Like a Social Scientist, 1996. EDITOR: Racial Discrimination in the United States, 1975; The Sociology of Race Relations: Reflection and Reform, 1980; (with C. Stephan and W. Stephan) The Future of Social Psychology, 1991. Address: Psychology Dept, Social Sciences II, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA 95064, U.S.A.