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Perception :essays in honor of James J. Gibson
The nation's report card: evolution and perspectives
Identification problems in the social sciences
You are what you choose: the habits of mind that really determine how we make decisions
Nonprofit enterprise in the arts :studies in mission and constraint
From my people: 400 years of African American folklore
Sancho's journal: exploring the political edge with the Brown Berets
Black history and the historical profession, 1915-1980
Felony justice: an organizational analysis of criminal courts
Age class systems :social institutions and polities based on age
Methods of educational & social science research: an integrated approach
The real deal :the history and future of social security

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Tyler Books

The Tyler Collection consists of works donated or reported to CASBS by individual fellows or their publishers, and therefore it is not a definitive representation of all books and journal articles worked on during CASBS fellowships. If you have a book or journal article that meets the inclusion criteria that is not shown here, please feel free to send a copy or citation to us. For more information, please contact the CASBS Information Manager at casbs-library@stanford.edu.

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Tyler Journal Articles

The Ralph W. Tyler Journal Article Collection is a record of over 3,000 citations for journal articles by former fellows that were conceived, developed, or completed during their fellowship year. The collection of citations is an ongoing process and is the result of former fellows notifying us of their publication either in their year-end reports or other communications to CASBS staff. If you have a work that you feel should be cited here, please feel free to send us a citation. For more information, please contact the CASBS Information Manager at casbs-library@stanford.edu.
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