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xiii, 169 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Acknowledgments.Preface..1. An Uncertain Place: Freud in American Sociology.Introduction.The Intellectual Background.The Freudian Mirror.Freud's 1909 Visit to the United States.Freud among American Sociologists.Freud's Initial Reception in the American Journal of Sociology and the American Sociological review.Assessment..2. From Sumnerology to Cooley's Social Self.Proto-Symbolic Interactionism.Introduction.From Sumnerology to the Second Sumner.Sumner's Background.The First Sumner.The Second Sumner.The Manifest and Latent Second Sumner.Anti-Sumnerology and the Institutionalization of American Sociology.Three Strands of Cooley's Sociology.Colley's Cultural Theory.Colley As Proto-Symbolic Interactionist.Cooley's Methodology.Proto-Symbolic Interactionism and Freud..3. Symbolic Interactionism and Psychoanalysis: Blumer's and Goffman's Extension of Mead.Introduction.Mead's Social Behaviorism and Assessment of Psychoanalysis.Blumer's Opposition to Freud and Parsons.Goffman's Understanding of Mental Illness.The Implications for Goffman's Sociology.The Interaction Order: Taxonomic Zoology.Tensions in Goffman's Account of the Self..4. Parson's Freud: The Convergence with Symbolic Ineractionism.Overview.Introduction.Parson's Action Theory.The Survival Test: AGIL.Integrating Freud into Sociological Theory.The Empirical Demonstration: the American University..5. Philip Rieff and the Moral Ambiguity of Freud.Introduction.Rieff's Textual Laboratory.Rieff's Sociology of Culture: A Culture Lost.Rieff's Sociology of Culture: A Culture Gained.Rieff's Sociology of Culture: A Culture Imagined..6. Sociologists as Analysts and Auto-Ethnographers: Hochschild, Chodorow, Prager, and After.Introduction.The Current Context.Hochschild, Chodorow, and Prager.The Analysis of Transference and MsA.Rethinking Transference.From Ethnographies of Concepts to Reflexive Ethnography.Concluding Thoughts.References.Index.
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Although Freud's impact on social science - and indeed 20th century social thought - has been extraordinary, his impact on American sociology has been left relatively unexplored. This ground-breaking book aims to fill this knowledge gap. By examining the work of pioneers such as G. H. Mead, Cooley, Parsons and Goffman, as well as a range of key contemporary thinkers, it provides an accurate history of the role Freud and psychoanalysis played in the development of American social theory. Despite the often reluctant, and frequently resistant, nature of this encounter, the book also draws attention to the abiding potential of fusing psychoanalytic and sociological thinking. Freud and American Sociology represents an original and compelling contribution to scholarly debate. At the same time, the clarity with which Manning develops his comprehensive account means that the book is also highly suitable for adoption on a range of upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses, including sociology, social theory, social psychology, and related disciiplines.
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SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xviii, 272 p. : ill ; 26 cm.
  • 1. Writing for the Behavioral and Social Sciences
  • 2. Manuscript Structure and Content
  • 3. Writing Clearly and Concisely
  • 4. The Mechanics of Style
  • 5. Displaying Results
  • 6. Crediting Sources
  • 7. Reference Examples
  • 8. The Publication Process.
"The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association" is the style manual of choice for writers, editors, students, and educators in the social and behavioral sciences. It provides invaluable guidance on all aspects of the writing process, from the ethics of authorship to the word choice that best reduces bias in language. Well-known for its authoritative and easy-to-use reference and citation system, the Publication Manual also offers guidance on choosing the headings, tables, figures, and tone that will result in strong, simple, and elegant scientific communication. The sixth edition offers new and expanded instruction on publication ethics, statistics, journal article reporting standards, electronic reference formats, and the construction of tables and figures. The sixth edition has been revised and updated to include: new ethics guidance on such topics as determining authorship and terms of collaboration, duplicate publication, plagiarism and self-plagiarism, disguising of participants, validity of instrumentation, and making data available to others for verification; new journal article reporting standards to help readers report empirical research with clarity and precision; simplified APA heading style to make it more conducive to electronic publication; updated guidelines for reducing bias in language to reflect current practices and preferences, including a new section on presenting historical language that is inappropriate by present standards; new guidelines for reporting inferential statistics and a significantly revised table of statistical abbreviations; and, new instruction on using supplemental files containing lengthy data sets and other media. This book includes significantly expanded content on the electronic presentation of data to help readers understand the purpose of each kind of display and choose the best match for communicating the results of the investigation, with new examples for a variety of data displays, including electro physiological and biological data. It offers consolidated information on all aspects of reference citations, with an expanded discussion of electronic sources emphasizing the role of the digital object identifier (DOI) as a reliable way to locate information. It features expanded discussion of the publication process, including the function and process of peer review. It contains a discussion of ethical, legal, and policy requirements in publication; and guidelines on working with the publisher while the article is in press. Key to this edition of the Publication Manual is an updated and expanded Web presence. Look up additional supplemental material keyed to this book. This book lets you test your knowledge of APA Style with a free tutorial on style basics. It lets you learn about the changes in the sixth edition with a free tutorial reviewing key revisions. Sign up for an on-line course to enrich and enhance your understanding of APA Style. Read the APA Style blog and share your comments on writing and referencing. Consult frequently asked questions to sharpen your understanding of APA Style. This title lets you examine additional resources on such topics as ethics, statistics, and writing. It lets you familiarize yourself with submission standards for APA books and journals.
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Business Library
xxviii, 439 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Content and organization of a manuscript-- expressing ideas and reducing bias in language-- APA editorial style-- reference list-- manuscript presentation and sample paper-- material other than journal articles-- manuscript acceptance and production-- journals programme of the American Psychological Association-- checklist for transmitting accepted manuscripts for electronic production-- ethical standards for the reporting and publishing of scientific information-- references to legal materials-- sample cover letter.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781557987907 20160528
In addition to providing guidance on grammar, the mechanics of writing, and APA style, this manual offers an authoritative reference and citation system. It also covers the treatment of numbers, metrication, statistical and mathematical data, tables and figures for use in writing, reports or presentations. This new edition has been updated to include: guidelines and examples for referencing electronic and online sources; avoiding plagiarism; presenting case studies and the construction of tables; copyright and permissions issues for writers; and reference examples for audiovisual media and patents. Writers, scholars and professionals will also find guidelines on how to choose text, tables or figures to present data, writing cover letters, the retention of raw data and on establishing written agreements for the use of shared data.
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Law Library (Crown)
ix, 165 p. ; 23 cm.
What is apology? What are its functions and its essential and variable elements? How do apologies differ from excuses, disclaimers, and justifications? What form does apology take in our own culture and in other cultures such as Japan? These are some of the major questions addressed in this attempt to shed light on a familiar but neglected dimension of social life. 'Mea Culpa is an important book. Tavuchis considers apologies between individuals, individuals and groups, and between groups ...His analysis is broad and interdisciplinary, drawing from sociology, philosophy, sociolinguistics, social psychology, anthropology, philology, law, and religion ...Tavuchis utilizes verbatim texts (from newspapers, novels, letters, press conferences) to develop his theory. He is particularly brilliant on the work of Erving Goffman ...Mea Culpa is a valuable contribution to social science.' American Journal of Sociology.
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Law Library (Crown)
ix, 165 p. ; 23 cm.
What is apology? What are its functions and its essential and variable elements? How do apologies differ from excuses, disclaimers, and justifications? What form does apology take in our own culture and in other cultures such as Japan? These are some of the major questions addressed in this attempt to shed light on a familiar but neglected dimension of social life. 'Mea Culpa is an important book. Tavuchis considers apologies between individuals, individuals and groups, and between groups ...His analysis is broad and interdisciplinary, drawing from sociology, philosophy, sociolinguistics, social psychology, anthropology, philology, law, and religion ...Tavuchis utilizes verbatim texts (from newspapers, novels, letters, press conferences) to develop his theory. He is particularly brilliant on the work of Erving Goffman ...Mea Culpa is a valuable contribution to social science.' American Journal of Sociology.
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Green Library
p. 31-77 : ill. ; 25 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xxxii, 629 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • PART A: FOUNDATIONS AND METHODS OF PSYCHOLOGY Chapter 1: Psychological Science - Kurt Pawlik University of Hamburg, Germany and Mark R Rosenzweig University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA Content, Methodology, History and Profession Chapter 2: Basic Methods of Psychological Science - William K Estes Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA Chapter 3: Behavior in the Social Context - Vera Hoorens University of Leuven, Belgium and Ype H Poortinga Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands Chapter 4: Psychology in Biological Perspective - Mark R Rosenzweig University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA and Keng Chen Liang National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, China PART B: INFORMATION PROCESSING AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR Chapter 5: Sensation/Perception, Information Processing, Attention - Gery d'Ydewalle University of Leuven, Belgium Chapter 6: Conditioning and Experimental Analysis of Behavior - Ruben Ardila, University of Colombia, Bogot[ac]a, Colombia Chapter 7: Memory Processes - Henry L Roediger and Michelle L Meade both at Washington University, St Louis, MO, USA Chapter 8: Neurobiology of Learning - Federico Bermudez-Rattoni and Martha Escobar both at Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico Chapter 9: Psychology of Language - Pim Levelt Max-Planck Institute, Nijmegen, The Netherlands Chapter 10: Knowledge Acquisition and Use in Higher-Order Cognition - Giyoo Hatano Keio University, Tokyo, Japan and Kayoko Inagaki College of Education, Chiba University, Japan Chapter 11: Motivation - Peter M Gollwitzer and Juan Delius both at University of Konstanz, Germany and Gabriele Oettingen Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, Germany Chapter 12: Emotion - Nico H Frijda University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands Chapter 13: Consciousness and Conscious Experience - Carlo Umilt[gr]a University of Padova, Italy PART C: SOCIAL PROCESSES AND BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT Chapter 14: Developmental Psychology I - Heidi Keller University of Osnabr ck, Germany Pre-Natal to Adolescence Chapter 15: Developmental Psychology II - Lea Pulkkinen University of Jyvaskyla, Finland From Adolescence to Old Age Chapter 16: Personality and Individual Differences - Robert T Hogan University of Tulsa, OK, USA, David Lubinski Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA and Allan R Harkness University of Tulsa, OK, USA Chapter 17: Social Processes and Human Behavior - Michael A Hogg University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia Social Psychology Chapter 18: (Cross)-Cultural Psychology - Cigdem Kagitsibasi Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey Chapter 19: Comparative-Evolutionary Psychology - Michael Corballis University of Auckland, New Zealand and Stephen E G Lea University of Exeter, UK PART D: APPLIED PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE Chapter 20: Psychological Assessment and Testing - Kurt Pawlik University of Hamburg, Germany, Houcan Zhang Beijing Normal University , China, Pierre Vrignaud INETOP/CNAM, Paris, France, Vladimir Roussalov Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia and Rocio Fernandez-Ballesteros Universidad Autonoma de Chapter 21: Clinical Psychology I - Kenneth J Sher and Tim Trull both at University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, USA Psychological Disorders: Description, Epidemiology, Etiology, and Prevention Chapter 22: Clinical Psychology II - Peter E Nathan, Anne Helene Skinstad and Sara L Dolan all at University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA Psychological Treatments: Research and Practice Chapter 23: Health Psychology - Ralf Schwarzer Free University, Berlin, Germany and Benicio Guti[ac]errez-Do[ti]na San Jose, University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica Chapter 24: Psychology in Education and Instruction - Robert L Burden University of Exeter, UK Chapter 25: Work and Organizational Psychology - Pieter Drenth Free University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands and Wang Zhong Ming Hangzhou University, China Chapter 26: Applied Social Psychology - Jos[ac]e Prieto Complutense University of Madrid, Spain, Michel Sabourin University of Montreal, Canada, Lenore Walker Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA, Ignacio Aragon[ac]es Complutense University of Madrid, Spain and Maria Amerigo U Chapter 27: Contributions of Psychology to Peace and Non-Violent Conflict Resolution - Michael Wessells, Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, VA, USA Chapter 28: Psychology as a Profession - Ingrid Lunt Institute of Education, London, UK PART E: PSYCHOLOGY IN TRANS-DISCIPLINARY CONTEXTS Chapter 29: Theoretical Psychology - Hank Stam University of Calgary, Canada Chapter 30: International Psychology - Qicheng Jing Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China Chapter 31: Psychological Science in Cross-Disciplinary Contexts - Michel Denis LIMSI-CNRS, Paris, France.
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The International Handbook of Psychology is an authoritative resource covering all the main areas of psychological science and written by an outstanding set of authors from around the world. The 31 chapters cover not only scientific but also applied cross-disciplinary aspects. Supervised by an International Editorial Advisory Board (IEAB) of 13 eminent psychologists and edited by Professors Kurt Pawlik and Mark R Rosenzweig, it is being published under the auspices of the International Union of Psychological Science (IUPsyS) by SAGE Publications Ltd in London. The International Handbook of Psychology will be invaluable to advanced undergraduates, graduate students and academics in psychology, and will also be of interest to students of education, sociology, political science, humanities, philosophy, informatics, cognitive sciences, neuroscience, legal sciences and criminology, and will serve as a general resource reference text, written at a level comparable to Scientific American. 'This impressive volume covers a tremendous amount of work. It is well organized: authors have generally kept to a standard brief.It is also truly international both in authorship and the origin of the work referenced. This will provide a very useful reference book for undergraduate and post-graduate students' - British Journal of Educational Psychology.
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Green Library
Database topics
Psychology; Communication and Journalism
Contains citations and summaries of journal articles, book chapters, books, and technical reports in the field of psychology and psychological aspects of related disciplines including medicine, psychiatry, nursing, sociology, education, pharmacology, physiology, linguistics, anthropology, business and law.
xx, 338 p. ; 23 cm.
  • Theoretical issues guiding this study and how the data were collected
  • Suicide stigma and compounding a survivor's grief difficulties
  • Drug-overdose deaths and survivors' grief : a greatly neglected subject
  • Differences in the suicide death circumstances and how they may affect a survivors' grief
  • Grief overload : the impact of multiple losses, only-child loss, and multiple stressor events on bereaved parents
  • Early years after loss : survivors get help and advance from their depths of despair
  • Later years after loss : identifying the postvention needs of survivors
  • The healing potential of suicide survivor support groups
  • Suicide survivor support groups : comings and goings
  • Personal growth after a suicide loss : is it associated with a survivor's mental health?
  • Internet support groups for suicide survivors : a new form of grief support
  • Gender differences in grief after the death of a child
  • Investigating whether child loss promotes harmony or discord among married couples
  • Suggestions for future research.
"Based on my forty year career in grief counseling, I give this work an unqualified recommendation for both professionals who care for grieving parents as well as for parents who are trying to understand their own losses or those of relatives or friends."--Gerald Corey, EdD, ABPP; in Illness, Crisis, and Loss "This notable book provides new and substantive research data and perspective about how parents cope with the devastation that follows the death of a child to suicide or drugs...It greatly enriches our understanding to offer appropriate response for the healing journey of traumatically bereaved parents."--The Forum: The Newsletter of the Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC) " [The] Feigelmans initiated the broadest and most conclusive survey data collection project regarding parent survivors. The result is the most current and comprehensive understanding of parent suicide survivors to date, with survivors ranging from the newly bereaved to those whose loss was well over a decade ago. This fact alone would ensure "Devastating Loss"'s designation as an essential resource for mental health professionals, suicide survivors, and grief experts around the world. However, there is additional value in this work which is far greater than just the data collection."--American Association of Suicidology "In addition to tugging on my heartstrings, "Devastating Losses: How Parents Cope with the Death of a Child to Suicide or Drugs" captivated my clinical quest for knowledge. The authors combined personal stories of survivors who lost children to suicide or drug related deaths with a profundity of solid quantitative research and clinical experience."--The Professional Counselor (TPC) Journal "Finally, a thorough and elaborate American study has appeared on the grief and mourning process of bereaved parents who experienced the loss of a child to suicide or a drug overdose."--LAVA "[This] reader experienced surprise in reading the book. It was not surprising that these experts did a good job; after all, they are experts writing on a topic they know well. Rather, it is the personal element, not often seen amidst so much data. The book is like a recipe for chicken salad that includes prunes, an unexpected combination that works quite well."--Death Studies "Grounded equally in solid clinical practice and uniquely relevant research, and tragically leavened by the personal bereavement of two of the book's authors, "Devastating Losses" sheds new and compassionate light on the experience of a child's death to traumatic causes." Robert A. Neimeyer, PhD Editor, Death Studies "The book is important for its contributions to knowledge of a complex and illusive subject, and also-perhaps as importantly-a model for personal growth in the context of loss through learning and connection."--Clinical Social Work Journal "This volume is a pioneering and long overdue work, a study not only of grieving parents who lost a child to suicide but also of parents whose children succumbed to drug overdoses. The authors have done a masterful job of blending their quantitative research findings and the anguished voices of parents attending survivor support groups to create a rich and very engaging book." Michael F Myers, MD Co-Author, "Touched by Suicide: Hope and Healing after Loss" "I recommend this book for its impressive scope of data and thoughtful analysis. This resource will also be of value to those coping with the devastating loss of a family member or loved one." Edward K. (Ted) Rynearson Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of Washington Director, Violent Death Bereavement Society Author, Retelling Violent Death, and Editor, Violent Death: Resilience and Intervention Beyond the Crisis This book fills a critical gap in our scientific understanding of the grief response of parents who have lost a child to traumatic death and the psychotherapeutic strategies that best facilitate healing. It is based on the results of the largest study ever conducted of parents surviving a child's traumatic death or suicide. The book was conceived by William and Beverly Feigelman following their own devastating loss of a son, and written from the perspective of their experiences as both suicide-survivor support group participants and facilitators. It intertwines data, insight, and critical learning gathered from research with the voices of the 575 survivors who participated in the study. The text emphasizes the sociological underpinnings of survivors' grief and provides data that vividly documents their critical need for emotional support. It explains how bereavement difficulties can be exacerbated by stigmatization, and by the failure of significant others to provide expected support. Also explored in depth are the ways in which couples adapt to the traumatic loss of a child and how this can bring them closer or render their relationship irreparable. Findings suggest that with time and peer support affiliations, most traumatically bereaved parents ultimately demonstrate resilience and find meaningful new roles for themselves, helping the newly bereaved or engaging in other humanitarian acts. Key Features: Offers researchers, clinicians, and parent-survivors current information on how parents adapt initially and over time after the traumatic loss of a child Presents data culled from the largest survey ever conducted (575 individuals) of parents surviving a child's suicide or other traumatic death Investigates the ways in which stigmatization complicates and prolongs the grieving process Addresses the tremendous value of support groups in the healing process Explores how married couples are affected by the traumatic loss of their child.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780826107466 20160611
Green Library
6 v. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Barstow, Anne Llewellyn. 'On Studying Witchcraft as Women's History. A Historiography of the European Witch Persecutions.' Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 4 (1988). Purkiss, Diane. 'Women's Stories of Witchcraft in Early Modern England: the House, the Body, the Child.' Gender and History 7 (1995). Jackson Louise. 'Witches, Wives and Mothers: Witchcraft Persecutions and Women's Confessions in Seventeenth-Century England.' Women's History Review 4 (1995). Maluf, Sonia Weidner. 'Witches and Witchcraft: A Study About Representations of Female Power on Santa Catarina Island.' International Sociology 7 (1992). Roper, Lyndal. 'Stealing Manhood: Capitalism and Magic in Early Modern Germany.' Gender and History 3 (1991). Roper, Lyndal. 'Witchcraft and Fantasy in Early Modern Germany.' History Workshop 32 (1991). Briggs, Robin. 'Women as Victims? Witches, Judges and the Community.' French History 5 (1991). Clark, Stuart. 'The 'Gendering' of Witchcraft in French Demonology: Misogyny or Polarity?' French Studies 5 (1991). Holmes, Clive. 'Women: Witnesses and Witches.' Past and Present 140 (1993). Whitney, Elspeth. 'The Witch 'She' / The Historian 'He': Gender and the Historiography of the European Witch-Hunts.' Journal of Women's History 7 (1995). Ross, Eric B. 'Syphilis, Misogyny, and Witchcraft in 16th-century Europe.' Current Anthropology 36 (1995). Horsley, Ritta and Richard. 'On the Trail of the Witches: Wise Women, Midwives and the European Witch-Hunts.' Women in Germany Yearbook 3 (1986). Gaskill, Malcolm. 'The Devil in the Shape of a Man: Witchcraft, Conflict and Belief in Jacobean England.' Historical Reseach 71 (1998). Behar, Ruth. 'Sexual Witchcraft, Colonialism, and Women's Powers: Views from the Mexican Inquisition.' In Asuncion Lavrin ed., Sexuality and Marriage in Colonial Latin America (Lincoln, NB: University of Nebraska Press: 1989). Zika, Charles. 'Fears of Flying: Representations of Witchcraft and Sexuality in Early Sixteenth-Century Germany.' Australian Journal of Art 8 (1989-90). Scully, Sally. 'Marriage or a Career? Witchcraft as an Alternative in Seventeenth-Century Venice.' Journal of Social History 28 (1995). Accati, Louisa. 'The Spirit of Fornication: Virtue of the Soul and Virtue of the Body in Friuli, 1600-1800.' In Edward Muir and Guido Ruggiero, eds., Sex and Gender in Historical Perspective (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990). Dresen-Coenders, Lene. 'Witches as Devils' Concubines: On the Origin of Fear of Witches and Protection against Witches.' In Lene Dresen-Coenders and Petty Bange, eds., Saints and She-Devils: Images of Women in the 15th and 16th Centuries (London, UK: Rubicon Press, 1987). Sharpe, J.A. 'Witchcraft.
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  • Megged, Amos. 'Magic, Popular Medicine and Gender in Seventeenth-Century Mexico: The Case of Isobel de Montoya.' Social History 19 (1994) Klaniczay, Gabor. 'Shamanistic Elements in Central European Witchcraft.' In Mihaly Hoppal, ed., Shamanism in Eurasia (G ottingen, Germany: 1984). de Blecourt, Willem. 'Witch Doctors, Soothsayers and Priests on Cunning Folk in European Historiography and Tradition.' Social History 19 (1994). O'Neil, Mary. 'Magical Healing, Love Magic and the Inquisition in Late Sixteenth-Century Modena.' In Stephen Haliczar, ed., Inquisition and Society in Early Modern Europe (Totowa, NJ: Barnes and Noble, 1987). Davies, Owen. 'Healing Charms in Use in England and Wales, 1700-1950.' Folklore 107 (1996). Sebald, Hans. 'Shaman, Healer, Witch. Camparing Shamanism with Franconian Folk Magic.' Ethnologica Europaea 14 (1984). Alver, Bente Gullveig and Torunn Selberg. 'Folk Medicine as Part of a Larger Concept Complex.' Scandinavian Yearbook of Folklore 43 (1987). Cassar, P. 'Healing by Sorcery in 17th and 18th Century Malta.' St. Lukes Hospital Gaz. (Guardamangia) 11 (1976). Gentilcore, David. 'The Church, the Devil and the Healing Activities of Living Saints in the Kingdon of Naples After the Council of Trent.' In Ole Peter Grell and Andrew Cunningham, eds., Medicine and the Reformation (London, UK: Routledge, 1993). Fox, Sylvia. 'Witch or Wise-Woman? Women as Healers Throughout the Ages.' Jaarboek Liturgie Onderzoek 8 (1992). Cave, Alfred A. 'Indian Shamens and English Witches in Seventeenth-Century New England.' Essex Institute Historical Collections 128 (1992). Hicks, David. 'On Syphilis and Witchcraft.' Current Anthropology 36 (1985). Waardt, Hans de, 'From Cunning Man to Natural Healer.' In J.M.W. Binneveld and Rudolf Decker, eds., Curing and Insuring. Essays on Illness in Past Times: The Netherlands, Belgium, England and Italy, 16th-20th Centuries (Hilversum, the Netherlands: Verloren, 1992). Harley, David. 'Historians as Demonologists: The Myth of the Midwife Witch.' Social History of Medicine 3 (1990). Rubinger, Catherine. 'Witch or Saint: Absolutes in the French 18th Century Novel.' Atlantis 11 (1986).
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  • Walinski-Kiehl. Robert S. 'Godly States: Confessional Conflict and Witch-Hunting in Early Modern Germany.' Mentalite-Mentalities 5 (1988). Gijswijt-Hofstra, Marijke. 'Witchcraft in the Northern Netherlands.' In Arina Angerman, et al., eds., Current Issues in Women's History (London, UK: Routledge, 1989). Gijswijt-Hofstra, Marijke. 'The European Witchcrft Debate and the Dutch Variant.' Social History 15 (1990). Behringer, Wolfgang. 'Weather, Hunger and Fear: The Origins of the European Witch Prosecutions in Climate, Society and Mentality.' German History 13 (1995). Golden, Richard M. 'Satan in Europe: The Geography of the Witch Hunts.' In Michael Wolfe, ed., Changing Identities in Early Modern France (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1997). Nenonen, , M. 'Envious are all the People, Witches Watch at Every Gate: Finnish Witches and Witch Trials in the Seventeenth Century.' Scandinavian Journal of History 18 (1993). Deutscher, Thomas. 'The Role of the Episcopal Tribunal of Novara in the Suppression of Heresy and Witchcraft, 1563-1615.' The Catholic Historical Review 77 (1991) Borst, Arno. 'The Origins of the Witch-Craze in the Alps.' In Medieval Worlds: Barbarians, Heretics and Artists in the Middle Ages, (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1991). Klaniczay, Gabor. 'Witch-Hunting in Hungary: Social or Cultural Tensions?' Acta Ethnographica Hungarica 37 (1991-2). Klaniczay, Gabor and Pocs, Eva. 'Witch Beliefs and Witch Hunting in Central and Eastern Europe.' Acta Ethnographica Hungarica 37 (1991-2). Haliczer, Stephen. 'The Jew as Witch: Displaced Aggression and the Myth of the Santo Nino de La Guardia.' In Mary Elizabeth Perry and Anne J. Cruz, eds., Cultural Encounters: The Impact of the Inquisition in Spain and the New World (Los Angeles, CA: University of California Press, 1991). Lyndal, Roper. 'Evil Imaginings and Fantasies: Child Witches and the end of the Witch-Craze.' Past & Present 167 (2000). Ellison, R.C. 'The Kirkjubol Affair: A Seventeenth-Century Icelandic Witchcraft Case Analyzed.' The Seventeenth Century 8 (1993). Lehmann, Hartmut. 'The Persecution of Witches as Restoration of Order: The Case of Germany, 1590s-1650s.' Central European History 21 (1988). Levack, Brian P. 'State-Building and Witch Hunting in Early Modern Europe.' In J. Barry, et al., eds., Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1996). Hall, Thor and Burhenn, Herbert W.L. 'The Making of a Witch: The Guilty Triangle - As Illustrated in the Case Against Elline Klokkers Gjerpen.' Scandinavian Studies 60 (1988). Walinski-Kiehl, Robert. 'The Devil's Children: Child Witch-Trials in Early Modern Germany.' Continuity and Change 11 (1996). Behar, Ruth. The Visions of a Guachichil Wit.
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