The Study of Society: A Unified Approach

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The Study of Society
A UNIFIED APPROACH

Alfred Kuhn

PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI

1963 Richard D. Irwin, Inc., and The Dorsey Press, Inc. HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS

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Table of contents

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  • The Irwin-Dorsey Series In Behavioral Science in Business ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Table of Contents xiii
  • A: The Parts 1
  • 1: On Relationships and Predictions 3
  • 2: Human Input is Basic 13
  • 3: Science, Models, and Systems 26
  • 4: Human Information Systems 55
  • 5: Motives: The Learning of Preferences 76
  • 6: Motives: The Source of Preferences 91
  • 7: Concepts: The Learning of Opportunities 103
  • 8: The Interrelations of Concepts and Motives 132
  • II: Communications 149
  • III: Culture And Personality 203
  • IV: Decisions 251
  • V: Transactions 315
  • 17: Power in Transactions: The Basic Model 317
  • VI: Organizations 411
  • VII: The Whole Society as An Organization 539
  • VIII: The Private Production Of Private Goods 557
  • IX: The Public Production Of Public Goods 615
  • 34: Sponsor Decisions: On Measuring Preferences 654
  • X: The Public Production Of Private Goods 729
  • Epilogue 785
  • Indexes 787
  • Index 793
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