November 12-14, 1987

Columbia, Missouri

Thursday November 12, 1987

Afernoon and evening arrival at the Day’s Inn in Columbia. A social will be held between 8:00-10:00pm at the Inn. Presentations in the mornings and afternoons of both days will be made at The Forum, Gannett Hall, School of Journalism. A banquet and address will be held Friday evening at the Alumni Center.

Friday November 13 – Saturday November 14, 1987

  • Q Studies for the Finnish National Broadcasting Company,  Leonard J. Barchak, McNeese State University
  • Dispelling the North American Acid Rain Clouds: Developing a Framework for Political Consensus Through the Identification of Elite Viewpoints,  Neeloo Bhatti, Yale University
  • The Stephenson Research Center: Current Activities and Visions of the Future,  Donald J. Brenner, University of Missouri
  • Operant Procedures of Value Clarification,  Steven R. Brown, Kent State University
  • Pornography and Ideology: An Empirical Assessment of Religious-Conservative, Liberal-Civil Libertarian and Antipornography Feminist Positions,  Charles E. Cottle, Patricia Searles, Ronald J. Berger and Beth Ann Pierce, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
  • West Bank and Gaza Belief Systems: Process, Problems and Results,  J. David Gillespie and Thomas P. Weaver, Presbyterian College and Ali Al-Jarbawi, Bir Zeit University
  • Educators’ Attitudes to Philosophies of Music Education,  Betty Ann Hanley, University of Victoria
  • Ideology and Methodology in Researching the Social Construction of Lesbian Identities, Celia Kitzinger, University of Leicester
  • The New Financial Marketplace: Implications for Marketing and Public Relations,  Doran Jay Levy, Market Structure Research, Minneapolis, and Carol Morgan, Carol Morgan Associates, Minneapolis
  • Interbehavioral Psychology and Q Methodology,  Parker Lichtenstein, Denison University (Emeritus)
  • Time, Rationality and Morality: Part of the Life of the Administrative Mind,  Richard Martin and George Force, Slippery Rock University 
  • A Segmentation Study of Attitudes About Advertising,  Charles R. Mauldin, Harte-Hanks Communication (Newspaper Division), San Antonio
  • Ferment in the Field? A Q Study of Discourses on Critical Theory, Objectivity and Subjectivity,  Patrick O’Brien and Albert D. Talbott, University of Iowa
  • Brazil’s Agrarian Reform Dispute,  Patrick Peritore and Ana Karina Peritore, University of Missouri
  • Time and Phenomenology,  William Stephenson, University of Missouri
  • Methods of Belief: A Q Study of R Studies of Electoral Choice,  Mark J. Wattier, Murray State University