International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences

The International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences was first published in 1968 and was edited by David L. Sills and Robert K. Merton. It contains seventeen volumes and thousands of entries written by scholars around the world. The 2nd edition is composed entirely of new articles.[1] It was published in 2008 and edited by William A. Darity Jr., an American economist.[2]

International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences
AuthorWilliam A. Darity Jr.
SubjectSocial science
PublisherMacmillan Reference USA
Publication date
2008
ISBN978-0-02-865965-7
Preceded byEncyclopaedia of the Social Sciences (1930–35) 

Though the 1968 Encyclopedia was initially intended to "complement, not supplant" MacMillan's earlier, fifteen-volume Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences, which had been published from 1930 to 1967 and was edited by American economists Edwin Robert Anderson Seligman and Alvin Saunders Johnson, it effectively replaced the earlier Encyclopaedia, in practice.[3][4][5][6]

Notes

  1. "Gale Catalog – International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, Edition 2". Gale.cengage.com. Retrieved 2012-11-18.
  2. "Gale – International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences – Explore the Content". Gale.cengage.com. Retrieved 2012-11-18.
  3. Cavin, James P. (1 January 1969). "The International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences: A Review Article". American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 51 (2): 268–278. doi:10.2307/1237578. JSTOR 1237578.
  4. "Encyclopaedia of Social Sciences, Inc. Records, 1927–1934". Hampshire College Archives.
  5. Johnson, E. A. J. (1 January 1936). "The Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences". The Quarterly Journal of Economics. 50 (2): 355–366. doi:10.2307/1885029. JSTOR 1885029.
  6. Caldwell, J. C. (1 November 1996). "Demography and Social Science". Population Studies. 50 (3): 305–333. doi:10.1080/0032472031000149516. PMID 11618372.

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