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Volume 29, Number 2, 1 May 1981

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MAITLAND AS A SOCIOLOGIST
pp. 121-135(15)
Author: BARKER, ERNEST

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THE SOCIAL, SPIRITUAL, AND CULTURAL ELEMENTS OF THE INTERHUMAN LIFE
pp. 136-153(18)
Author: WIESE, LEOPOLD VON

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SOCIAL DIFFERENTIATION AND ASSIMILATION
pp. 154-174(21)
Author: BOUGLE, C.

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MEANS TESTS AND RESPONSIBILITY FOR NEEDY RELATIVES
pp. 175-189(15)
Author: FORD, P.

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BOOK REVIEWS
pp. 198-198(1)

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INTRODUCTION
pp. 213-216(4)
Author: Eldridge, J.E.T.

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SOCIOLOGISTS AND INDUSTRY—IN SEARCH OF A DISTINCTIVE COMPETENCE
pp. 217-235(19)
Author: Brown, Richard K.

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BOOKS RECEIVED
pp. 219-219(1)

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PERIODICALS RECEIVED
pp. 220-220(1)

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INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY—WHO WANTS TO KNOW?
pp. 253-270(18)
Author: Mackay, Lesley

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INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY IN PRACTICE
pp. 271-282(12)
Author: Wood, Stephen

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ONLY CONNECT? ISSUES IN CHARTING SOCIAL NETWORKS
pp. 283-312(30)
Author: Price, Frances V.

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ON MORAL REGULATION: SOME PRELIMINARY REMARKS*
pp. 313-337(25)
Author: Corrigan, Philip

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INITIAL EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE OF SOCIOLOGY GRADUATES IN THE U.K. 1976–78
pp. 339-360(22)
Authors: Baum, Alan; Bourner, Tom

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pp. 361-396(36)

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