HSF 6: Historical Social Research

Jerome M. Clubb & Erwin K. Scheuch (Hrsg): Historical Social Research. HSF 6 (1978). 

Clubb, Jerome M.: The “New” Quantitative History. Social Science or Old Wine in New Bottles? S. 13-24.

Scheuch, Erwin K.: Quantitative Analysis of Historical Material as the Basis for a New Cooperation Between History and Sociology. S. 25-46.

Fischer, Wolfram: The Emergence of Social Scientific History and the Analysis of Process-produced Data. Some Introductory Remarks. S. 47-52

Vinovskis, Maris A.: Problems and Opportunities in the Use of Individual and Aggregate Level Census Data. S. 53-70.

Imhof, Arthur E.: Reconstructing Biological Frameworks of Populations in the Past. S. 71-83.

Hershberg, Theodore: Interdisciplinary Research at the Philadelphia Social History Project. Ana-lytic Goals, Data and Data Manipulation Strategies for the Study of the Nineteenth-Century Industrial City. S. 84-111.

Weyrauch, Erdmann: Conditions and Chances in the Computer-aided Analysis of Historical Record Series. The Case of Early Modern Urban Administration. S. 112-119.

Matzerath, Horst: Aggregated Census Data and the Analysis of Urbanization in Prussia (1816-1939). S. 120-134.

Reuband, Karl-Heinz: Life Histories. Problems and Prospects of Longitudinal Designs. S. 135-163.

Müller, Walter: The Analysis of Life Histories. Illustrations of the Use of Life History Plots. S. 164-191.

Sandström, Göran; Sundin, Jan: Computer Analysis of Life Histories from Swedish Church Records. A Case Study from the Demographic Data Base at Umea University. S. 192-202

Schröder, Wilhelm Heinz: Quantitative Analysis of Collective Life Histories. The Case of the Social Democratic Candidates for the German Reichstag 1898-1912. S. 203-224.

Pinter, Walter M.: The Use of Collective Biography in Research on the Imperial Russian Civil Service. S. 225-232.

Mochmann, Ekkehard: Computer Aided Content Analysis of Historical and Process-produced Data. Methodological and Technical Aspects. S. 235-243.

Best, Heinrich: Analysis of Content and Context of Historical Documents. The Case of Petitions to the Frankfurt National Assembly 1848/49. S. 244-263.

Hage, Jerald; Gargan, Edward T.; Hanneman, Robert: Procedures for Periodizing History. Determining Eras in the Histories of Britain, France, Germany and Italy. S. 267-283.

Sørensen, Aage B.: Analysis of Change in Discrete Variables. S. 284-299.

Kuczynski, Thomas: Have There Been Differences Between the Growth Rates in Different Peri-ods of the Development of the Capitalist World Economy Since 1850? An Application of Cluster Analysis in Time Series Analysis. S. 300-316.

Stokman, Frans N.; Schuur, Wijbrandt H. van: Leadership Dimensions Among Developing Nations in the United Nations. S. 319-341.

Stokman, Frans N.: Graph Theoretical Elaboration of Cumulative Scaling Techniques. S. 342-352.

Mokken, Robert J.: Cliques, Clubs and Clans. S. 353-366.

Bick, Wolfgang; Müller, Paul J.: The Nature of Process-produced Data. Towards a Social-Scientific Source Criticism. S. 369-413.

Winchester, Ian: Priorities for Record Linkage. A Theoretical and Practical Checklist. S. 414-430.

Vries, John de: Problems in Handling Process-produced Data. S. 431-443.

Stone, Philip J.: A Perspective on Social Science Data Management. S. 444-454.

Dollar, Charles M.: Problems and Procedures for Preservation and Dissemination of Computer-readable Data. S. 457-472.

Buchmann, Wolf: Archives and Machine-readable Data from Public Administration in the Federal Republic of Germany. S. 473-476.

Nielsen, Per: How to Teach Data Producers “The Noble Art” of Data Documentation. S. 477-487.

Taylor, Charles Lewis: Development of Cross National Comparative Data from Social Bookkeeping Sources.  S. 491-500.

Reinke, Herbert: The Analysis of Change and Persistance in German Society. The German Census of Occupations as a New Data Base. S. 501-512.

Brosveet, Jarle: Standardization of Longitudinal, Aggregate-level Data in the Norwegian Com­mune Database. S. 513-523.

Flora, Peter: HIWED – A Comparative Historical Research Project on Western Europe. S. 524-532.