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Garyr Lawrence E. : Newhouser Quentin^ Jr. 

Bibliography on Informal Support Systems. 

Howard Dniv. , Washington^ D-C. Inst, tor Urban 

Affairs and Research. 





MF01/PC02 Plus Postage. 

♦Black Community: Black Culture: *Slacks: Child 
Welfare: ^ComiD unity S cpport: Family Belaxionship: 
♦Family Structure: ^Networks: Older Adults; Public 
Health: ^Social Life 
♦Support Systems 


This bibliography of published books and articles on 
informal support systems focuses on such support systems especially 
they exist for blacks, works on the elderly, the poor, and other 
■iisoxities are also cited* Topics covered include family structures, 
community relations^ child welfare, health care, and social class and 
economic issues. The approximately 375 citations are arranged 
alphaJbetically by author- (APM) 

♦ Reproductions supplied by EDES are the best thar can be made * 

♦ from the original document- * 

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Lawrence E . Gary , Ph.D., 
Quentin Newliouse, Jr., Ph-.D. 







Institute for Urban Affairs and Research 
Howard University 



Adams, B.?-. Occupational position, mobility and the kin of orienta- 
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♦ Interaction theory and the social network. Spciometry. 

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• Kinship in an urban sattinq . Chicago: Markham Publish- 
ing Co., 1968. 

Aiken, M. and Goldberg, D. Social mobility and kinship: A reexamina- 
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261-270. — 

Aldou5, J. Urbanization: The extended family, and kinship ties in 
West Africa. Social Forces . 1962, 4T_, 6-12. 

Aldous, J. and Straus, M. A. Soc ^. networks and conjugal roles: A 
test of Bott's hypothesis. Social Forces . 1966, 44, 576-80. 

Anston,.P.J. , Peck, C.W. and Wingrove, C.R. Religiosity and Black 
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Andrews, T. M. and Withey, S.B. Social indicators of well-being . New 
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Andrews, Determinants of Negro family decisions in management of 

retardation. Journa] of Marriage and the Family . 1968, 30, 512- 

Andrews, R. Permanent placement of Negro children through auasi- 
adoption. Child Welfare . 1968, 583-88. 

Antonovsky, A. Breakdown: A needed fourth step in the conceptual 
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. Health, stress and coping . San Francisco: Jossey Bass 

Publications, 1979. 

Antunes, G. and Gaitz, CM. Ethnicity and participation: A study of 
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Aronson, D.R. Social networks: Towards structure or process. Cana- 
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Atchley, C. The sociaT forces in later life . Belmont, Calif.- 
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. • Therapy in tribal settings and urban network inter- 
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Austin, O.M. The Black civic volunteer leader: A new era .n volun- 
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Volunteer in America . The Florence Heller Graduate School~for 
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Axel rod, M. Urban structure and social participation.' . American 
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Babchuk, N. Primary friends and kin: A study of the associations 
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Babchuk, N.and Ballweg, J. Black family structure and primary rela- 
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Babchuk, N. and Ballweg, J. Primary extended kin relations of Negro 
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Babchuk, N. and Booth, A. Voluntary association membershi-p: A longitu- * 
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Babchuk, N. and Edwards, J. Voluntary associations arid the integration 
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Babchuk, N. and Gordon, C.W. The Voluntary association in the slum . Lin- 
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Babchuk, N. and Thompson, R. The voluntary associations of Negroes. 
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Back, K. The methodology of studying rumor transmission. Human Rela- 
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Bain, M. Organized labor and the negro worker. National Review . 
1963, 6, 455. 

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Banks, W.M. Differential effect of race and social class in helping " 
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Barnes, J. A. Graph theory and social networks.: A technical comnent 
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■ 'Social networks. Reprint form University of Cambridge. 

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Barth, A.T. and Baha. Power structure and the Negro sub-community 
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Beck, D. Limitations of one social class index when comparing races 
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Beirstedt, R. The social order . New York; McGraw-Hill Book, 
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Bell, W. and Willis, E.M. The Segregation of Negroes in American 

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Berkman, L.' F. and Syme, S.L. - Social networks, host resistance and 

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Billingsley, A. Black families in white America . Englewood Cliffs, 
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Black, T. Chicago Negro labor and civil rights. Freedomways . 1966, 


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Boling^ T.E. Black and White religion: A comparison in the low class 
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Boorman S.A. and Levitt, P.R. A frequency dependent natural selection 
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Brinkerhoff, M.B. and Kunz, R. Complex organizations a nd their environments 
Boston: Wm. C. Brown, 1972. ' 



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Broderick» B. Beyond the five conceptual frameworks: A decade of 

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Bruce, J.M. Intergenerational occupational mobility and visiting with 
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Brodber E. and Wagner, N. The Black family, poverty and family planning 
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Burdman, M. -Ethnic self-help groups in prison and on parole. Crime 
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Candor* M.H. Life space and the social support system of the inner 
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Cantor, and Mayer, M. Factors in differei.*ial utilization of ser- 
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Caplan, S. Support systems and community mental health: Lectures on 
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Caplan, G. and Kill ilea, M. Support systems and mutual help: Multi- 
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Cassel, J.C. Psychiatric epidemiology. In G. Caplan (Ed.) American 
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Cayton, R. Black workers and the new unions. Maryland- 
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Chandler, C. Local voluntary associations and universities cooperating 
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Chapin, F.S. Experimental designs in sociolo gical research. Harper- 
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Chapin, F.S., Jr. H uman activity patterns in the city . New York: 
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Chapin, F.S., Jr. Bytler, E. and Patt£rn, F. BTackwavs in the inner 
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Chaves F.J. Counseling offenders of Spanish heritage. Federal Pro- 
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Clark, A. G. History of Prince Hall freemasonry (1775-1945). Des 

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Clemente, F. , Rexroad, A., and Hirsch, C. ^he participation of the 
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Clifford, D.^A comparative study, of helping patterns in eight urban 
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Cloward, R. and Ohlin, L. Delinquency and opportunity: A theory of 
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Collins, A. H. Natural delivery systems: Accessible S'jurces of 
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Cone, J. A black theology of liberation . Philadelphia: Lipplincott, 

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Curtis, R. F. Differential association and the stratification of 
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Curtis, R.L., Jr. Zurcher, A. Jr. Voluntary associations and social 
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Cutler, S.J. -Voluntary association oarticipation and life satisfaction: 
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Daniel, V. Ritut stratification in Chicago Negro churches. Ameri- 

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Davis, F. The cab driver and his fare: Facets of a fleeting relationship. 
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Oav-fs, J.C. Neighborhood groups and urban renewal . New York: Free 
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Dsasy, L.C. and Quinn, O.W. The urban Negro and adoption of ch-'ldren. 
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Denby, C. Black caucuses in the unions. New Politics . 1968, 7_, 10-17. 

Derbyshire, R. The uncompleted Negro family. Journal of Huma n Relations. 
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Donnerstein, E. and Donnerstein, M. Variables in interracial aggression: 
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Doyle, W. et al. Negroes and the labor movement: Records of the left 
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^ . -Gossip norms and social network. In Mitchell, C. (Ed.) 

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Farley, R. and Hermalin, A. Family stability: A co^iparison of trends 
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Faulkner, A.O. The Black aged as good neighbors, and experiment in 
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Feagin, J.R. A note on the friendship ties of Black urbanites. 
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• Ghetto social structure: A survey of Black Bostonians . /*" 

San Franciso: R and E Research Associates, 1974. 

: • 'Social sources of support for violence and nonviolence 

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Felton, R.A. These my brethen: A study of 570 Negro churches and 
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_ The urban villagers: Group and class in tne life of Ita- 

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Gass, G.2. et. al. Family problems in upgrading the-'hardcore The 
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Hannerz, V. Sor-lside: Inquires into ghetto culture and cdinmunitV . New 
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.E>«tended kinship relations in Black and 
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Jouvand, S. The transparent self: Self-disclosure and welT-b e-inq. 
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Kamii, C. and Radin, N. Class differences in the socialization practices 
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Kandel, D.B. Race, maternal authcity and adolescent aspiration. Ameri- 
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Kasarda, J.-D. and Janowitz, M. Community attachment in mass society. Ameri- 
can Sociological Review . 1974, 39, (6), 328-39. ~ 

Katz, E. A critique of personality approaches to f*egro performance, with 
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■Keller, S. The urban neighborhood . New York: Random House, 1968. 

Kephart, W.M. A quantitative analysis of intergroup relationships. Ameri- 
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King, K. A comparison of the Nsgro and White power structure in low- 
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