Publications

Dynamics of Idealism: Volunteers for Civil Rights 1965-1982

Note: The publications listed below are not part of the DISC collection.


Aiken, Michael T., N.J. Demereth III, and Gerald Marwell. "1960s Civil Rights Workers Turn Forty: A Generational Unit at Mid-Life." Research in Political Sociology, Philo C. Washburn, ed. Greenwich, Conn: JAI Press, 1993.

Aiken, Michael T., N.J. Demereth III, and Gerald Marwell. "Criteria and Contingencies of Success in a Radical Political Movement." Journal of Social Issues,
Vol. 27 (1971): 63-80.

Aiken, Michael T., N.J. Demereth III, and Gerald Marwell. Dynamics of Idealism: White Activists in a Black Movement, San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Inc., 1971.

Aiken, Michael T., N.J. Demereth III, and Gerald Marwell. "The Persistence of Political Attitudes Among 1960's Civil Rights Activists." Public Opinion Quarterly, Vol. 51 (1987): 383-399.

Aiken, Michael T., N.J. Demereth III, and Gerald Marwell. "The SCOPE Volunteers: Then and Now." New South, Vol. 25 (1970): 2-21.

List of Related Publications

Aiken, Michael and Jerald Hage. Social Change in Complex Organizations. New York: Random House, 1970. 

Wagennar, Theodore C. "Dynamic vs. Static Organizations: An Extension of the Basic Typology." Sociological Focus, Vol. 6, No. 3 (1973): 42-67.
This article draws upon a study of complex organizations that was first developed by Michael Aiken and Jerald Hage, the dynamic and static organization typology.