CONSOLIDATED LIST OF REFERENCES for "Conservatism as heresy" By John Ray
ADORNO, T. W., FRENKEL-BRUNSWIK, ELSE, LEVINSON, D. J. $L SANFORD, R. N. The Authoritarian Personality. N.Y.: Harper & Row, 1950.
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ANDERSON, D. S. & WESTERN, J. S. An inventory to measure Students' Attitudes. St. Lucia, Brisbane: University of Queensland Press, 1967.
ANDERSON, J. Studies in Empirical Philosophy. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1962.
BAGLEY, C. Racial prejudice and the conservative personality: A British sample. Polit. Stud., 1970, 18, 134-141.
BAGLEY, C., WILSON, G. D. & BOSHIER, R. W. The Conservatism scale: a factor structure comparison of English, Dutch and New Zealand samples. J. Soc. Psychol., 1970, 77, 139-140.
BASS, B. M. Development and Evaluation of a Scale for Measuring Social Acquiescence. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 1956, 53, 296-299.
BEDFORD, I. White Australia: The fear of others. Politics, 1970, 5, 224-227. BELL, W. Anomie, social isolation and the class structure. Sociometry, 1957, 20, 105-116.
BERKOWITZ, L. Sex and violence: we can't have it both ways. Psychology Today, 1971, 5, 7, 14-23.
BERKOWITZ, N. H. & WOLKON, G. H. A forced-choice form of the 'F' scale free of acquiescent response set. Sociometry, 1964, 27, 54-65.
BERTOCCI, P. A. Foundations of personalistic psychology. In B. B. Wolman & E. NageI (eds.) Scientific Psychology: N.Y.: Basic Books, 1965.
BESWICK, D. C. & HILLS, M. D. An Australian Ethnocentrism Scale. Aust. Journal Psychology, 1969, 21, 211-226.
BINDER, A. Statistical Theory, Annual Review Psychology, 1964, 15, 277-310.
BODDY, M. The Bulletin, 1971.
BONJEAN, C. M., HILL, R. J. & McLEMORE, S. D. "Continuities in measurement, 1959-1963." Social Forces, 1965, 43, 532-535.
BOSHIER, R. W. A study of the relationship between self-concept and conservatism. J. Soc. Psychol., 1969, 77, 139-140.
BOSHIER, R. W. To rotate or not to rotate: The question of the conservatism scale. Br. J. Soc. Clin. Psychol., 1972, 11, 313-323.
BRINE, R. Quoted in Time, 5 April 1971.
BROWN, R. Social psychology. N.Y.: Free Press, 1965.
BRUCE, M. Factors Affecting Intelligence Test Performance of Whites and Negroes in the Rural South. Archives of Psychology, No. 252, 1940.
BURKE, E. Reflections on the revolution in France, 1790. Any edition.
BUROS, O. K. The Sixth Mental Measurement Yearbook. New Jersey: The Gryphon Press, 1965.
BURT; C. Brain and consciousness. Br. j. Psychol., 1963, 59, 55-69.
CARR, L. G. The Srole items and acquiescence. Amer. Sociological Rev., 1971, 36, 287-293.
CHRISTENSON, L. In The Report of the Commission on Obscenity and Pornography, 1970.
CHRISTIE, R. Eysenck's treatment of the personality of Communists. Psych. Bull., 1956, 53, 411-438.
CHRISTIE, R. Some Abuses of Psychology. Psychological Bulletin, 1956, 53, 439-51.
CHRISTIE, R. & COOK, P. A guide to published literature relating to the authoritarian personality through 1956. Jnl. Psych., 1958, 45, 171-199.
CHRISTIE, R., HAVEL, JOAN & SEIDENBERG, B. Is the F scale Irreversible? J. Abnorm. & Soc. Psychol., 1956, 56, 141-158.
CHRISTIE, R. & JAHODA, MARIE (Eds.), Studies in the scope and method of 'the authoritarian personality'. Glencoe, Ill.: Free Press, 1954.
CLARK, J. P. Measuring alienation within a social system. Amer. Sociological Rev., 1959, 24, 849-852.
CLOUD, J. & VAUGHAN, G. M. Using balanced scales to control acquiescence. Sociometry, 1969, 33, 193-202.
COHEN, S. Folk Devils and Moral Panics. St. Albans: Paladin, 1973.
CONGALTON, A. A. Status and prestige in Australia. Melbourne: Cheshire, 1967.
COUCH, A. & KENISTON, K. Yeasayers and naysayers: Agreeing response set as a personality variable. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 1960, 60, 15I-174.
COURT, J. H. In SHILTON, L. (ed.), No, No, Calcutta. Adelaide: Brolga, 1971.
COURT, J. H. Changing Community Standards. Adelaide: Lutheran Publishing House, 1972a.
COURT, J. H. The function of the Christian within the realm of the on-going power struggle. Lutheran Theological Journal, 1972 b, 6, 95-104.
COURT, J. H. Pornography-Personal and Societal Effects. Geigy Symposium paper in 'Liberation Movements and Psychiatry', U.N.S.W., 1973.
CRONBACH, L. J. Coefficient alpha and the internal structure of tests, Psychometrika, 1951, 16, 297-334.
CROWNE, D. P. & MARLOWE, D. The Approval Motive. New York: Wiley, 1964.
DALEY, E. T.V. Week, September 1970.
DAVIS, K. E., & BRAUGHT, G. N. Exposure to pornography, character and sexual deviance: a retrospective survey. Tech. Reports of the Commission on Obscenity and Pornography, 1970, 7, 173-244.
DEAN, D. Alienation: Its meaning and measurement. Amer. Sociological Rev., 1961, 26, 753-758.
DE ROUGEMONT, D. The Myths o f Love. Pantheon Books, 1963.
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DURKHEIM, E. Suicide. Glencoe, Illinois: Free Press, 1951.
DWORKIN, G. 'Paternalism', in R. A. Wesserstrom (ed.), Morality and the Law, California: Wadsworth, 1971, 107-126.
ECKHARDT, W. Prejudice; Fear, hate or mythology? Journal of Human Relations, 1968, 16, 32-41.
ECKHARDT, M., MANNING, C., MORGAN, L., SUBOTNIK 8L TINKER, L. J. Militarism in our culture today. Journal of Human Relations, 1967, 15, 932-937.
ECKHARDT, W. & NEWCOMBE, A. G. Militarism, personality and other social attitudes. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 1969, 13, 210-219.
EISENMAN, R. Teaching about the authoritarian personality: Effects on moral judgment. Psych. Record, 1970, 20, 33-40.
ELMS, A. C. Those little old ladies in tennis shoes are no nuttier than anybody else: it turns out. Psychology Today, 1970, 3, 27.
ENCEL, S. The study of militarism in Australia. A.N.Z. Jnl. Sociology, 1967, 3,2-18.
ERIKSON, K. T. Wayward Puritans: a study in the sociology o f deviance. N.Y.: Wiley, 1966.
EYSENCK, H. J. The psychology of politics. London: Routledge, 1954:
EYSENCK, H. J. A short questionnaire for the measurement of two dimensions of personality. Journal o f Applied Psychology, 1958, 42, 14-I7.
EYSENCK, H. J. The biological basis of personality. Springfield, III: Thomas, 1967.
EYSENCK, H. J. Social attitudes and social class. British J. Soc. Clin. Psychol., 1971,10,201-212.
EYSENCK, H. J. Psychology is about people. Allen Lane: The Penguin Press, 1972.
EYSENCK, H. J. & EYSENCK, S. B. G. Personality structure and measurement. London: Routledge, 1969.
EYSENCK, H. J. & RACHMAN, S. The causes and cures of neurosis. San Diego: Knapp, 1965.
FEILING, K. Principles of conservatism. Polit. Quarterly, 1953, 24, 129 ff.
FESHBACH, S. The drive-reducing function of fantasy behaviors. J. Abn. Soc. Psychol., 1955, 50, 1, 3-12.
FRENCH, ELIZABETH & ERNEST, R. R. The relation between authoritarianism and acceptance of military ideology. Journal Pers., 1955, 24, 181-191.
FROMM, E. Escape from freedom. N.Y.: Rinehart, 1941.
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FROMM, E. The Sane Society. N.Y.: Rinehart, 1955.
GARRETT, H. E. Reply to Psychology Class 338 (Honours Section). American Psychologist, 1969, 24, 390-391.
GERBNER, G. Cultural Indicators: The case of violence in television drama. In MARLOWE, L. Basic topics in Social Psychology. Boston: Holbrook Press, 1972.
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GOOSSEN, C. V. The Goossen hidden intelligence test. Public Opinion Quarterly, 1950, 14, 759-766.
GORDON L. V. Gordon Personal Profile. New York: World Book Company 1953.
GRAHAM, H. D. The paradox of American violence: A historical appraisal. Annals Amer. Acad. Polit. & Social Science, 1970, 391, 74-82.
GREENWALD, H. J. & SATOW, Y. A. A short social desirability scale. Psych. Reports, 1970, 27, 131-135.
GUMMER, J. S. The Permissive Society. London: Cassell, 1971.
HAAG, E. VAN DEN. Addendum to Jensen. American Psychologist, 1969, 24, 1042.
HAIMAN, F. S. A revised scale for the measurement of open mindedness. Speech Monographs, 1964, 31, 97-102.
HALL, C. S. & LINDZEY, G. Theories of personality (2nd ed.). N.Y. : Wiley, 1970.
HAMILTON, R. A research note on the mass support for 'tough' military initiatives. Amer. Sociolog. Rev., 1968, 33, 439-445.
HAMPDEN-TURNER, C. & WHITTEN, P. Morals Left and Right. Psychology Today, 1971, 4, 39-76.
HAYNES, J. Problems of censorship. Interchange, 1970, 2, 4.
HEBB, D. O. The Organization of Behaviour. New York: Wiley, 1949.
HILL, M. A. & LINK, W. C. In Report of the Commission on Obscenity and Pornography, 1970.
HOLBROOK, D. The Masks of Hate. London: Pergamon, 1972.
HOLLANDER, E. P. Authoritarianism and leadership choice in a military setting. J. Abnorm. Soc. Psychol. 1954, 49, 365-370.
HOLLANDER, E. P. The reliability of peer nominations under various conditions of administration. Journal of Applied Psychology, 1957, 41, 85-90.
HOOGVELT, A. M. M. Ethnocentrism, authoritarianism and Powellism. Race, 1969, 11, 1-12.
HOYT, C. J. Note on a simplified method of computing test reliability. Education and Psychological Measurement, 1941, 1, 93-95.
HUGHES, A. H. Problems and solutions in measuring psychological dispositions. Paper delivered at Australian UNESCO seminar on mathematics in the social sciences, 1968.
HYNES, V. A. F-scale GAMIN, and public school behaviour. Journal of Educational Psychology, 1956, 47, 321-328.
JACKSON, D. N. & MESSICK, S. J. Content and style in personality assessment. Psychological Bulletin, 1958, 55, 4, 243-252.
JENSEN, A. R. Social Class, Race and Genetics: Implications for Education. American Educational Research Journal, 1968, 5, 1-42.
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KENISTON, K. Young radicals: Notes on committed youth. N.Y.: Harcourt Brace, 1968.
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