Professor Spalding's Historical Dictionary of German Figurative Usage has been appearing in separate fascicles for several years. Blackwell Publishers are now offering the opportunity to subscribe to the remaining fascicles to be produced.
Keith Spalding is Professor Emeritus of German at the University College of North Wales, Bangor.
Consultants. >Contributors. >Information for Authors. >In this Volume. > Part I: Formal Analysis of Qualitative Data: > A Symposium: >1. The Niche Hiker's Guide to Population Ecology: A Logical Reconstruction of Organization Ecology's Niche Theory: Gabor Peli (University of Groningen). >2. Sequence Comparison via Alignment and Gibbs Sampling: A Formal Analysis of the Emergence of the Modern Sociological Article: Andrew Abbott and Emily Barman (University of Chicago). >3. A Generic Semantic Grammar for Quantitative Text Analysis: Applications to East and West Berlin Radio News Content from 1979: Carl W. Roberts (Iowa State University). >Discussion: Comment: The Importance of Order: Kathleen M. Carley (Carnegie-Mellon University). >Comment: On Ambiguity and Rhetoric in (Social) Science: Roberto Franzosi (University of Oxford). >Comment: On Logical Formalization of Theories from Organizational Ecology: Michael T. Hannan (Stanford University). >Comment: Evaluating Qualitative Methodologies: Edgar Kiser (University of Washington). >Rejoinders: Reply: Intuition and the Formal Approaches: Gabor Peli (University of Groningen). >Reply to Comments: Andrew Abbot and Emily Barman (University of Chicago). >Reply: The Curse of Chauvin: Carl W. Roberts (Iowa State University). > Part II: Socioeconomic Indicies: > >4. Socioeconomic Indexes for Occupations: A Review, Update, and Critique: Robert M. Hauser University of Wisconsin, Madison) and John Robert Warren. >5. A Dual-Source Indicator of Consumer Confidence: Gordon G. Betchel (University of Florida). > Part III: Estimating Treatment Effects: > >6. Matching with Multiple Controls to Estimate Treatment Effects in Observational Studies: Herbert L. Smith (University of Pennsylvania). > Part IV: Event History Analysis: > >7. The Neighbourhood History Calendar: A Data Collection Method Designed for Dynamic Multilevel Modelling: William G. Axinn, Jennifer S. Barber (both Pennsylvania State University) and Dirgha J. Ghimire (Tribhuvan University). >8. Adjusting for Attrition in Event History Analysis: Daniel H. Hill (University of Michigan). >9. Dynamic Discrete-time Duration Models: Estimation via Markov Chain Monte Carlo: Ludwig Fahrmeir and Leonhard Knorr-Held (Universitat Munchen). > Part V: Longitudinal and Multilevel Modelling: > >10. Latent Variable Modelling of Longitudinal and Multilevel Data: Bengt Muthen (University of California, Los Angeles). >Name Index. >Subject Index.
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