Tropman, John E.

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TROPMAN, John E. American, b. 1939. Genres: Sociology. Career: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, began as instructor, then assistant professor, later associate professor, currently professor of social work and adjunct professor of business, member of Non Profit Management Program and Organizational Behavior Program. Carnegie-Mellon University, member of Executive Education Program; Fulbright lecturer in Japan, 1981. Special adviser to local charities. Publications: (ed. with others) Strategic Perspectives on Social Policy, 1976; Effective Meetings: Improving Group Decision- Making, 1980, 2nd ed, 1995; (with R.M. Lind) New Strategic Perspectives on Social Policy, 1981; Conflict in Culture: Permissions Versus Controls and Alcohol Use in American Society, 1986; American Values on Social Welfare, 1986; (with G. Morningstar) Entrepreneurial Systems for the 1990s: Their Creation, Structure, and Management, 1986; Public Policy Opinion and the Elderly, 1952-1978: A Kaleidoscope of Culture, 1987; (with C.D. Garvin) Social Work in Contemporary Society, 1992; (with others) Committee Management in Human Services, 2nd ed, 1992; (ed. with others) Tactics and Techniques of Community Intervention, 3rd ed, 1995; Making Meetings Work: Achieving High Quality Group Decisions, 1995; The Catholic Ethic in American Society: An Exploration of Values; Encyclopedia of Business; articles in several publications. Address: School of Social Work, University of Michigan, 1080 S. University, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]