Richard L Merritt
(August 8, 1933 - November 19, 2005)

RICHARD L. MERRITT: Publications by Year
1963
Articles

1. "Nation-building in America: the Colonial years," in Nation-Building, ed. Karl W. Deutsch and William J. Foltz (New York: Atherton Press, 1963), pp. 56-72.
2. "Public opinion in Colonial America: content analyzing the Colonial press," The Public Opinion Quarterly, 27:3 (Fall 1963), 356-371.
3. "International conference on the use of quantitative political, social, and cultural data in cross-national comparisons: summary report," with Stein Rokkan and Karl W. Deutsch, Social Sciences Information, 2:4 (December 1963), 1-20.

1964
Articles

4. "Systems and the disintegration of empires," in General Systems: Yearbook of the Society for General Systems Research, 1963, vol. viii, ed. Ludwig von Bertalanffy and Anatol Rapoport (Ann Arbor, Mich.: Society for General Systems Research, 1964), pp. 91-103.
5. "The Colonists discover America: attention patterns in the Colonial press, 1735-1775," The William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd ser., 21:2 (April 1964), 270-287.

1965
Articles

6. "Distance and interaction among political communities," in General Systems: Yearbook of the Society for General Systems Research, 1964, vol. ix, ed. Ludwig von Bertalanffy and Anatol Rapoport (Ann Arbor, Mich.: Society for General Systems Research, 1965), pp. 255-263.
7. "Woodrow Wilson and the Great and Solemn Referendum, 1920," The Review of Politics, 27:1 (January 1965), 78-104.
8. "Politics, theater, and east-west struggle: the theater as a cultural bridge in West Berlin, 1948-1961," Political Science Quarterly, 80:2 (June 1965), 186-215.
9. "Effects of events on national and international images," with Karl W. Deutsch, in International Behavior: A Social-Psychological Analysis, ed. Herbert C. Kelman (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1965), pp. 132-187.
10. "The emergence of American nationalism: a quantitative approach," American Quarterly, 17:2, pt. 2 (Summer 1965), 319-335.
11. "The training functions of a data library," with Robert E. Lane, Social Sciences Information, 4:3 (September 1965), 118-126.

1966
Books

12. Symbols of American Community, 1735-1775 (New Haven, Conn., and London: Yale University Press, 1966; xxii and 279 p.).
13. Comparing Nations: The Use of Quantitative Data in Cross-National Research, co-editor with Stein Rokkan (New Haven, Conn., and London: Yale University Press, 1966; xv and 584 p.).
Articles
14. "Introductions," with Stein Rokkan, in Comparing Nations: The Use of Quantitative Data in Cross-National Research, co-editor with Stein Rokkan (New Haven, Conn., and London: Yale University Press, 1966), pp. 75-79, 193-199, 375-38l, 555-560.
15. "The organization and promotion of political research in the United States," in Comparing Nations: The Use of Quantitative Data in Cross-National Research, ed. Richard L. Merritt and Stein Rokkan (New Haven, Conn., and London: Yale University Press, 1966), pp. 383-409.
16. "West Berlin: center or periphery?" in Comparing Nations: The Use of Quantitative Data in Cross-National Research, ed. Richard L. Merritt and Stein Rokkan (New Haven, Conn., and London: Yale University Press, 1966), pp. 321-336.
17. "The Yale Political Data Program," with Karl W. Deutsch, Harold D. Lasswell, and Bruce M. Russett, in Comparing Nations: The Use of Quantitative Data in Cross-National Research, ed. Richard L. Merritt and Stein Rokkan (New Haven, Conn., and London: Yale University Press, 1966), pp. 81-94.
18. "The representational model in cross-national content analysis," in Mathematical Applications in Political Science, II, ed. Joseph L. Bernd (Dallas, Texas: Southern Methodist University Press), pp. 44-71.
Reprinted Articles
19. "The emergence of American nationalism: a quantitative approach" (10 above), in American Journal: A Quarterly Review of Contemporary Thought, 5:4 (March 1966), 426-440.
20. "The training functions of a data library," with Robert E. Lane (11 above), in Data Archives for the Social Sciences, ed. Stein Rokkan (Paris and The Hague: Mouton & Co., 1966), pp. 136-144.
Research Reports
21. Arms Control and European Unity: Elite Attitudes and Their Background in France and the German Federal Republic, with Karl W. Deutsch, Lewis J. Edinger, and Roy C. Macridis (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University, Political Science Research Library, mimeographed, 1966; xv and 340 p.).
22. French and German Elite Responses, 1964: Code Book and Data, with Karl W. Deutsch, Lewis J. Edinger, Roy C. Macridis, and Helga Voss-Eckermann (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University, Political Science Research Library, mimeographed, 1966; xxviii and 267 p.).
23. Press Attitudes to Arms Control in Four Countries, 1946-1963, with Ellen B. Pirro (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University, Political Science Research Library, mimeographed, 1966; vii and 212 p.).
24. Western European Attitudes on Arms Control, Defense, and European Unity, 1952-1963, with Donald J. Puchala ( New Haven, Conn.: Yale University, Political Science Research Library, mimeographed, 1966; xviii and 299 p.).
Book Reviews
25. Zur Soziologie der Wahl, ed. Erwin K. Scheuch and Rudolf Wildenmann (Köln and Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1965), in The American Political Science Review, 60:2 (June 1966), 438-439.
26. Human Behavior and International Politics: Contributions from the Social-Psychological Sciences, ed. J. David Singer (Chicago, Ill.: Rand McNally & Company, 1965), in American Sociological Review, 31:6 (December 1966), 890-891.

1967
Books

27. France, Germany and the Western Alliance: A Study of Elite Attitudes on European Integration and World Politics, with Karl W. Deutsch, Lewis J. Edinger, and Roy C. Macridis (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1967; xi and 324p.).
Articles
28. "Political science and computer research," in Computers in Humanistic Research: Readings and Perspectives, ed. Edmund A. Bowles (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1967), pp. 90-107.
29. "European public opinion and American policy: the USIA surveys," Social Science Information, 6:4 (August 1967), 143-160.
30. "Visual representation of mutual friendliness," in Mathematical Applications in Political Science, III, ed. Joseph L. Bernd, with the assistance of Archer Jones (Charlottesville: The University Press of Virginia, 1967), pp. 96-119.
31. "Foreign contacts and attitude change: educational exchange," in Interkulturelle Kommunikation zwischen Industrieländern und Entwicklungsländern: Ein internationales Symposium des Deutschen Instituts für Entwicklungspolitik, ed. Gerhard Maletzke (Berlin: Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik, 1967), pp. 311-355.
32. "Computer-Forschung in der amerikanischen politischen Wissenschaft," Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 8:4 (1967), 560-584.
Book Reviews
33. Zur Soziologie der Wahl, ed. Erwin K. Scheuch and Rudolf Wildermann (Köln and Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1965), in Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, 19:1 (1967), 137-139.
34. Bedrohung und Bewährung: Führung und Bevölkerung in der Berlin-Krise, by Kurt L. Shell (Köln and Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1965), in The American Political Science Review, 61:2 (June 1967), 486-488.
35. Berlin--Bestand und Möglichkeiten, by Dietchrich Storbeck (Köln and Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1964), in The American Political Science Review, 61:2 (June 1967), 534-535.

1968
Books

36. Western European Perspectives on International Affairs: Public Opinion Studies and Evaluations, co-editor with Donald J. Puchala (New York: Frederick A. Praeger, Publishers, 1968; xx and 552 p.).
Articles
37. "The USIA surveys: tools for policy and analysis," in Western European Perspectives on International Affairs: Public Opinion Studies and Evaluations, ed. Richard L. Merritt and Donald J. Puchala (New York: Frederick A. Praeger, Publishers, 1968), pp. 3-30.
38. "A transformed crisis: the Berlin wall," in Major European Governments: Case Studies in Policy-Making, ed. Roy C. Macridis (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1968), pp. 140-173.
39. "Political division and municipal services in postwar Berlin," in Public Policy, vol. cvii, ed. John D. Montgomery and Albert O. Hirschman (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1968), pp. 165-198.
Reprinted Articles
40. "Visual Representation of Mutual Friendliness" (30 above), in Western European Perspectives on International Affairs: Public Opinion Studies and Evaluations, ed. Richard L. Merritt and Donald J. Puchala (New York: Frederick A. Praeger, Publishers, 1968), pp. 111-141.
41. "The emergence of American nationalism: a quantitative approach" (10 above), in The American Experience: Approaches to the Study of the United States, ed. Hennig Cohen (Boston, Mass.: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1968), pp. 411-427.
42. "The emergence of American nationalism: a quantitative approach" (10 above), in Sociology and History: Methods, ed. Seymour Martin Lipset and Richard Hofstadter (New York and London: Basic Books, Inc., Publishers, 1968), pp. 138-158.

1969
Books

43. The Student Political Scientist's Handbook, with Gloria J. Pyszka (Cambridge, Mass.: Schenkman Publishing Company, Inc., 1969; xiv and 171 p.).
Articles
44. "Noncontiguity and political integration," in Linkage Politics: Essays on the Convergence of National and International Systems, ed. James N. Rosenau (New York: The Free Press of Glencoe, 1969), pp. 237-272.
45. "Political perspectives in Germany: the occupation period, 1945-1949," Social Science Information, 8:2 (April 1969), 129-140.
46. "The student protest movement in West Berlin," Comparative Politics, 1:4 (July 1969), 516-533.
Reprinted Articles
47. "Nationenbildung: eine Fallstudie" (translation of 1 above), in Theorien des sozialen Wandels, ed. Wolfgang Zapf (Köln and Opladen: Verlag Kiepenheuer & Witsch, 1969), pp. 253-265.
48. "Systems and the disintegration of empires" (4 above), in The Structure of Political Geography, ed. Roger E. Kasperson and Julian V. Minghi (Chicago, Ill.: Aldine Publishing Company, 1969), pp. 243-257.

1970
Books

49. Public Opinion in Occupied Germany: The OMGUS Surveys, 1945-1949, co-editor with Anna J. Merritt (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1970; xxii and 328 p.).
50. Systematic Approaches to Comparative Politics (Chicago, Ill.: Rand McNally & Company, 1970; xiv and 264 p.).
51. Nationalism and National Development: An Interdisciplinary Bibliography, with Karl W. Deutsch (Cambridge, Mass., and London: The M.I.T. Press, 1970; xviii and 519 p.).
Articles
52. "Political perspectives in occupied Germany," with Anna J. Merritt, in Public Opinion in Occupied Germany: The OMGUS Surveys, 1945-1949, ed. Anna J. Merritt and Richard L. Merritt (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1970), pp. 3-65.
53. "Perspectives on history in divided Germany," in Public Opinion and History: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, ed. Melvin Small (Detroit, Mich.: Wayne State University Press, 1970), pp. 139-174.
Reprinted Articles
54. "Nation-building in America: the Colonial years" (1 above), in Readings on the International Political System, ed. Naomi Rosenbaum (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1970), pp. 40-52.
55. "The emergence of American nationalism: a quantitative approach" (10 above), in Quantification in American History: Theory and Research, ed. Robert P. Swierenga (New York: Atheneum, 1970), pp. 81-95.
Book Reviews
56. Domestic Sources of Foreign Policy, ed. James N. Rosenau (New York: The Free Press of Glencoe, 1967), in Contemporary Psychology, 15:2 (February 1970), 136-138.

1971
Books

57. West Germany Enters the Seventies, with Anna J. Merritt, Headline Series No. 205 (New York: Foreign Policy Association, 1971; 64 p.).
58. Political Science Enters the 1970s: Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 66th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Los Angeles, California, September 8-12, 1970 (Washington, D.C.: The American Political Science Association, 1971; xii and 465 p.).
Articles
59. "Data in international and comparative politics: the Yale Arms Control Project," with Karl W. Deutsch, in Political Scientists at Work, ed. Oliver Walter (Belmont, Calif.: Duxbury Press, 1971), pp. 46-73.
60. "Political man in postwar West German education," with Ellen P. Flerlage and Anna J. Merritt, Comparative Education Review, 15:3 (October 1971), 346-361.
61. "Democratizing West German education," with Ellen P. Flerlage and Anna J. Merritt, Comparative Education, 7:3 (December 1971), 121-136.
Reprinted Articles
62. "The student protest movement in West Berlinf" (46 above), in Issues in Comparative Politics: A Text with Readings, ed. Robert J. Jackson and Michael Stein (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1971), pp. 332-346.
63. "The Colonists discover America: content analyzing the Colonial press, 1735-1775" (5 above), in The American Scene: Varieties of American History, ed. Robert D. Marcus and David Burner (New York: Meredith Corporation, Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1971), vol. i, pp. 59-71.
64. "France, Germany, and the Western Alliance," with Karl W. Deutsch, Lewis J. Edinger, and Roy C. Macridis (excerpts from 27 above), in Contemporary International Politics: Introductory Readings, ed. Bruce L. Sanders and Alan C. Durbin (New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1971), pp. 311-326.
Book Reviews
65. Political Communication: The Public Language of Political Elites in India and the United States, by Satish K. Arora and Harold D. Lasswell (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1969), with William P. Towell, in Political Science Quarterly, 86:2 (June 1971), 354-356.

1972
Books

66. Communication in International Politics (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1972; x and 461 p.).
Articles
67. "Transmission of values across national boundaries," in Communication in International Politics, ed. Richard L. Merritt (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1972), pp. 3-32.
68. "Effects of international student exchange," in Communication in International Politics, ed. Richard L. Merritt (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1972), pp. 65-94.
69. "Political science: an approach to human communication," in Approaches to Human Communication, ed. Richard W. Budd and Brent D. Ruben (New York and Washington, D.C.: Spartan Books, Inc., 1972), pp. 313-333.
70. "Peace research: the search for focus," Policy Studies Journal, 1:1 (Autumn 1972), 35-39.
71. "The SPD of East Berlin, 1945-1961," with Ronald A. Francisco, Comparative Politics, 5:1 (October 1972), 1-28.
72. "Public opinion and foreign policy," Policy Studies Journal, 1:2 (Winter 1972), 86-91.
73. "Divided Berlin: one past and three futures," Journal of Peace Research, 9:4 (1972), 331-344.
Reprinted Articles
74. "Die Symbolpartei in der Ost-West-Auseinandersetzung—Die Sozialdemokratie in Berlin 1945 bis 1961," with Ronald A. Francisco (translation of 71 above), Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 13:3 (1972), 311-334.
Book Reviews
75. Gewaltlose Politik und kulturelle Vielfalt: Hypothesen entwickelt am Beispiel der Schweiz, by Jürg Steiner (Bern and Stuttgart: Verlag Paul Haupt, 1970), in Acta Sociologica, 15:1 (1972), 96-97.

1973
Books

76. Growth and Change in the Global System: Abstracts of Papers Presented at The Fourteenth Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, March 14-17, 1973 (Minneapolis, Minn.: International Studies Association, 1973; xiv and 123 p.).
Articles
77. "Foreign policy leadership," Policy Studies Journal, 1:3 (Spring 1973), 145-152.
78. "Infrastructural change in Berlin," The Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 63:1 (March 1973), 58-70.
79. "Decay in social systems," in Systems in Society, ed. Milton D. Rubin (Washington, D.C.: Society for General Systems Research, 1973), pp. 71-103.
80. "Public opinion and foreign policy in West Germany," in SAGE International Yearbook of Foreign Policy Studies, vol. 1, ed. Patrick J. McGowan (Beverly Hills, Calif., and London: SAGE Publications, Inc., 1973), pp. 255-274.
Reprinted Articles
81. "The growth of American community" (excerpts from 12 above), in An Interdisciplinary Approach to American History, ed. Ari Hoogenbaum and Olive Hoogenbaum (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1973), vol. 1, pp. 102-116.
Book Reviews
82. The Berlin Crisis, 1958-1962, by Jack M. Schick (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1971), in The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Behavior, 406 (March 1973), 222-223.
83. "The Berlin wall: what was it all about?" (review essay on five books), American Journal of Political Science, 17:1 (February 1973), 189-195.
84. International Crises: Insights from Behavioral Research, ed. Charles F. Hermann (New York: The Free Press, 1972), in Perspective, 2:4 (April 1973), 66-67.
85. "From reunification to normalization: West German policy toward the East" (review essay on five books), Journal of International Affairs, 27:2 (1973), 268-273.

1974
Books

86. Foreign Policy, special symposium issue of Policy Studies Journal, 3:2 (Winter 1974), 124-188.
Articles
87. "The tangled tie: West Germany and the Berlin problem," in Politics in Europe: Structures and Processes in Some Postindustrial Democracies, ed. Martin O. Heisler (New York: David McKay Company, Inc., 1974), pp. 341-368.
88. "Locational aspects of political integration," in Locational Approaches to Power and Conflict, ed. Kevin R. Cox, David R. Reynolds, and Stein Rokkan (Beverly Hills, Calif., and London: SAGE Publications, Inc., 1974), pp. 187-211.
89. "Foreign policy studies," Policy Studies Journal, 3:2 (Winter 1974), 124-128.
Book Reviews
90. The Berlin Crisis of 1961: Soviet-American Relations and the Struggle for Power in the Kremlin, June-November 1981, by Robert M. Slusser (Baltimore, Md.: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1973), in The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 412 (March 1974), 190.

1975
Books

91. Comparative International Studies, co-editor with Steven J. Brzezinski (Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Center for International Comparative Studies, 1975; viii and 133 p.).
92. Foreign Policy Analysis (Lexington, Mass.: D.C. Heath and Company, Lexington Books, 1975; x and 165 p.).
Articles
93. "Theory and method in comparative international research," in Comparative International Studies, ed. Richard L. Merritt and Steven J. Brzezinski (Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Center for International Comparative Studies, 1975), pp. 1-12.
94. "Foreign policy," in Policy Studies in America and Elsewhere, ed. Stuart S. Nagel (Lexington, Mass.: D. C. Heath and Company, Lexington Books, 1975), pp. 133-160.
95. "Educational policymaking in industrial countries: the EPIC project: a status report," with Fred S. Coombs, CIES Newsletter, no. 37 (September 1975), 8-9.
96. "Foreign policy analysis," in Foreign Policy Analysis, ed. Richard L. Merritt (Lexington, Mass.: D. C. Heath and Company, Lexington Books, 1975), pp. 1-11.
97. "Public perspectives in closed societies," in Foreign Policy Analysis, ed. Richard L. Merritt (Lexington, Mass.: D. C. Heath and Company, Lexington Books, 1975), pp. 101-117.
Book Reviews
98. "Lessons of the Past": The Use and Misuse of History in American Foreign Policy, by Ernest R. May (New York: Oxford University Press, 1973); and World Politics: Verbal Strategy among the Superpowers, by Thomas M. Franck and Edward Weisband (New York: Oxford University Press, 1971), in The American Historical Review, 80:1 (February 1975), 194-195.
99. The United States and West Germany, 1945-1973: A Study in Alliance Politics, by Roger Morgan (New York and London: Oxford University Press, 1974), in Perspective, 4:5 (June 1957), 119-120.
100. The Mythical World of Nazi Propaganda, 1939-1945, by Jay W. Baird (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1974), in Journalism Quarterly, 52:2 (Summer 1975), 369.
101. Die Berlin-Frage 1949-1955, by Dennis L. Bark (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter Verlag, 1972); and Berlin in der Weltpolitik 1945-1970, by Hans Herzbeld (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter Verlag, 1973), in The American Political Science Review, 69-4 (December 1975), 1520-1521.
102. Comparative Public Policy: Issues, Theories, and Methods, ed. Craig Liske, William Loehr, and John McCamant (Beverly Hills, Calif.: SAGE Publications, Inc; and New York: John Wiley & Sons, Halsted Press Division, 1975), in Perspective, 4:10 (December 1975), 266-267.
103. The Superpowers and Arms Control: From Cold War to Interdependence, by Walter C. Clemens, Jr. (Lexington, Mass.: D. C. Heath and Company, Lexington Books, 1973); The Superpowers in a Multinuclear World, ed. Geoffrey Kemp, Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr., and Uri Ra'anan (Lexington, Mass.: D. C. Heath and Company, Lexington Books, 1974); and The Future of Inter-Bloc Relations in Europe, ed. Louis J. Mensonides and James A. Kuhlman (New York: Praeger Publishers, Inc., 1974), in Soviet Union, 2:2 (1975), 215-217.

1976
Reprinted Books

104. Symbols of American Community, 1735-1775 (reprinted edition of 12 above; Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, Publishers, 1976).
Articles
105. "Cross-system approaches to political integration," in Sozialwissenschaftliches Jahrbuch für Politik, ed. Rudolf Wildenmann, vol. 5: Mathematical Political Ananysis: From Methods to Substance, ed. Karl W. Deutsch and Rudolf Wildenmann (München: Günter Olzog Verlag GmbH, 1976), pp. 111-137.
106. "American influences in the occupation of Germany," The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 428 (November, 1976), 91-103.
Reprinted Articles
107. "Divided Berlin: one past and three futures" (73 above), in The Politics of Division, Partition, and Unification, ed. Ray Edward Johnston (New York: Praeger Publishers, 1976), pp. 17-39.
Book Reviews
108. Handbook of Communication, ed. Ithiel de Sola Pool, Wilbur Schramm, Frederick W. Frey, Nathan Maccoby, and Edwin B. Parker (Chicago, Ill.: Rand McNally Company, 1973), in Policy Studies Journal, 4:3 (Spring 1976), 318-319.
109. Building States and Nations, ed. S. N. Eisenstadt and Stein Rokkan (Beverly Hills, Calif.: SAGE Publications, Inc., 1973-1974; 2 volumes), in Contemporary Sociology, 5:2 (March 1976), 183-184.
110. Media: An Introductory Analysis of American Mass Communications, 2d ed., by Peter M. Sandman, David M. Rubin, and David D. Sachsman (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1976), in Journalism Quarterly, 53:4 (Winter 1976), 761-762.

1977
Articles

111. "The public's role in educational policy-making: an international view," with Fred S. Coombs, Education and Urban Society, 9:2 (February 1977), 167-196.
112. "Mail flows in the European balance of power, 1890-1920," with Caleb M. Clark, in Problems of World Modeling: Political and Social Implications, ed. Karl W. Deutsch, Bruno Fritsch, Helio Jaguaribe, and Andrei S. Markovits (Cambridge, Mass.: Ballinger Publishing Company, 1977), pp. 169-205.
113. "Politics and educational reform," with Fred S. Coombs, Comparative Education Review, 21:2/3 (June/October 1977), 247-273.
114. "Digesting the past: views of National Socialism in semi-sovereign Germany," Societas, 7:2 (Spring 1977), 93-119.
115. "International mail flows," with Caleb M. Clark, Peace Science Society (International), Papers: The Third Ann Arbor Conference, November 1976, 27 (1977), 89-92.
Book Reviews
116. Hitler's War and the Germans: Public Mood and Attitude during the Second World War, by Marlis G. Steiner, ed. and trans., Thomas E. J. de Witt (Athens: Ohio University Press, 1977), in Journalism Quarterly, 54:4 (Winter 1977), 820-821.

1978
Books

117. Politics, Economics, and Society in the Two Germanies, 1945-75: A Bibliography of English-Language Works, with Anna J. Merritt (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1978; xix and 268 p.).
Articles
118. "From Munich to Mogadischu," The American Spectator, 11:8 (June/July 1978), 17-19.
Reprinted Articles
119. "The emergence of American nationalism: a quantitative approach" (10 above), in Historical Analysis: Contemporary Approaches to Clio's Craft, ed. Richard E. Beringer (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1978; republished in Malabar, Florida: Robert E. Krieger Publishing Company, 1986), pp. 227-233.
Book Reviews
120. Broadcast and Détente: Eastern Policies and Their Implications for East-West Relations, by Gerhard Wettig (New York: St. Martins Press, 1977), in Perspective, 7:1 (January-February 1978), 28.
121. Germany and the Politics of Nuclear Weapons, by Catherine McArdle Kelleher (New York and London: Columbia University Press, 1975), in The American Political Science Review, 72:4 (December 1978), 1522-1523.
122. National Consciousness in Divided Germany, by Gebhard Ludwig Schweigler (London and Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage Publications, Inc., 1975); Nationalbewußtsein in der BRD und der DDR, by Gebhard Ludwig Schweigler (Düsseldorf: Bertelsmann Universitätsverlag, 1973); and Inside East Germany: The State that Came In from the Cold, by Jonathan Steele (New York: Urizen Books, distributed by E. P. Dutton, 1977), in Slavic Review, 37:3 (September 1978), 519-520.

1979
Books

123. International Political Science Enters the 1980s: Abstracts of Papers Presented at the XIth World Congress of the International Political Science Association, U.S.S.R., August 12-18, 1979 (Ottawa, Ont.: International Political Science Association, 1979; xii and 262 p.).
Articles
124. "Transnational communications and the international system," with Karl W. Deutsch, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 442 (March 1979), 84-97.
125. "The lost center: dispersing Berlin's capital city functions, 1945-78," in Western European Cities in Crisis, ed. Michael C. Romanos (Lexington, Mass.: D. C. Heath and Company, Lexington Books, 1979), pp. 185-202.
126. "The revolution in communications technology and the transformation of the international system," with Karl W. Deutsch, in The Controls of Technocracy, ed. Candido Mendes (Rio de Janeiro: Conjunto Universitário Candido Mendes/EDUCAM, 1979), pp. 211-243.
127. "The courts, the universities and the right of admission in the Federal German Republic," Minerva, 17:1 (Spring 1979), 1-32.
128. "Symbolic division of North America, 1752-1775," Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism, 6:2 (Fall 1979), 193-217.
Research Reports in Public Domain
129. Analyzing International Mail Flows, with Cal Clark (West Berlin: Publication Series of the International Institute for Comparative Social Research, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin, IIVG/Pr 79-3 (1979; 54 p.).
Book Reviews
130. The Diplomacy of the Quadripartite Agreement on Berlin: A New Era in East-West Politics and A Balance Sheet of the Quadripartite Agreement on Berlin: Evaluation and Documentation, by Hororé M. Catudal, Jr. (Berlin: Berlin-Verlag, 1978), in Perspective, 8:5 (June 1979), 86.
131. The Diplomacy of the Quadripartite Agreement on Berlin: A New Era in East-West Politics and A Balance Sheet of the Quadripartite Agreement on Berlin: Evaluation and Documentation, by Hororé M. Catudal, Jr. (Berlin: Berlin-Verlag, 1978), in Policy Sciences, 11:1 (August 1979), 111-115. [Note: This is a substantially different review than #130.]

1980
Books

132. Public Opinion in Semisovereign Germany: The HICOG Surveys, 1949-1955, with Anna J. Merritt (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1980; xxviii and 273 p.).
Articles
133. "Political perspectives in semisovereign Germany," with Anna J. Merritt, in Public Opinion in Semisovereign Germany: The HICOG Surveys, 1949-1955, with Anna J. Merritt (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1980; xxviii and 273 p.), pp. 4-49.
134. "On the transformation of systems," International Political Science Review, 1:1 (January 1980), 13-22.
135. "Political perspectives in Germany: the years of semisovereignty, 1949-1955," Historical Social Research/Historische Sozialforschung, no. 13 (January 1980), 16-25.
136. "Transforming international communications strategies," Political Communication and Persuasion, 1:1 (Spring 1980), 5-42.
137. "The 'Cologne school' of electoral research," World Politics, 34:3 (July 1980), 599-622.
138. "The 1953 Bundestag election: evidence from West German public opinion," Historical Social Research/Historische Sozialforschung, no. 16 (October 1980), 3-38.
Book Reviews
139. Television and Political Life: Studies in Six European Countries, ed. Anthony Smith (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1979), in Perspective, 9:1 (January/February 1980), 27.

1981
Books

140. From National Development to Global Community: Essays in Honor of Karl W. Deutsch, co-editor with Bruce M. Russett (London: George Allen & Unwin [Publishers] Ltd., 1981; vi and 480 p.).
Articles
141. "Karl W. Deutsch and the scientific analysis of world politics," with Bruce M. Russett, in From National Development to Global Community: Essays in Honor of Karl W. Deutsch, co-editor with Bruce M. Russett (London: George Allen & Unwin [Publishers] Ltd., 1981), pp. 1-21.
142. "Political disintegration in postwar Berlin," in From National Development to Global Community: Essays in Honor of Karl W. Deutsch, ed. Richard L. Merritt and Bruce M. Russett (London: George Allen & Unwin [Publishers] Ltd., 1981), pp. 206-230.
143. "Öffentliche Perspektiven zur amerikanischen Erziehungspolitik," Bildung und Erziehung, 34:2 (June 1981), 161-180.
144. "The politics of upper secondary school reform in Italy: immobilism or accommodation," with Robert L. Leonardi, Comparative Education Review, 25:3 (October 1981), 369-383.
Book Reviews
145. Die Besiegten von 1945: Versuch einer Politologie für Deutsche samt Würdigung der Politikwissenschaft in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, by Hans-Joachim Arndt (Berlin: Duncker & Homblot, 1978), in The American Political Science Review, 75:2 (June 1981), 521-522.
146. Policymaking in a Nuclear Program, by Otto Keck (Lexington, Mass.: D. C. Heath, Lexington Books, 1981), in Perspective, 10:8 (October 1981), 140-141.

1982
Books

147. Politische Parteien und öffentlicher Dienst, with Gerhart Rudolf Baum, Ernst Benda, Josef Isensee, and Alfred Krause (Bonn: Godesberger Taschenbuch-Verlag GmbH), 1982: 209 p.).
Articles
148. "Communications research and the new world information order," with Claudio Cioffi-Revilla, Journal of International Affairs, 35:2 (Fall/Winter 1981/2), 225-245.
149. "Parties and the public service in the United States," in Politische Parteien und öffentlicher Dienst, by Gerhart Rudolf Baum, Ernst Benda, Josef Isensee, Alfred Krause, and Richard L. Merritt (Bonn: Godesberger Taschenbuch-Verlag GmbH, 1982), pp. 131-170.
150. "Improbable events and expectable behavior," in Managing International Crises, ed. Daniel Frei (Beverly Hills, Calif., London, and New Delhi: Sage Publications, Inc., 1982), pp. 77-86.
151. "Communications and dependency after colonialism," with Cal Clark, Jerusalem Journal of International Relations, 6:2 (1982), 108-137.
Book Reviews
152. Managing the German Economy: Budgetary Politics in a Federal State, by Jack H. Knott (Lexington, Mass.: D. C. Heath, Lexington Books, 1981), in Perspective, 11:8 (October 1982), 172.

1983
Articles

153. "International conferences as a mode of technology transfer," with Elizabeth C. Hanson, World Policy, no. 1 (1983), 1-8.
154. "Political integration revisited," Man, Environment, Space and Time, 3:1 (Spring 1983), 1-16.
155. "Impact of international scientific congresses," with Elizabeth C. Hanson, Man, Environment, Space and Time, 3:2 (Fall 1983), 161-181.
Book Reviews
156. Germany Transformed: Political Culture and the New Politics, by Kendall L. Baker, Russell J. Dalton, and Kai Hildebrandt (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1981), in The American Political Science Review, 77:1 (March 1983), 227-228.
156. Cyclical Trends in American Foreign Policy Moods, by Frank L. Klingberg (Washington, D.C.: University Press of America, 1983), in Perspective, 12:8 (November/December 1983), 169.

1984
Book Reviews

156. From Hitler to Ulbricht: The Communist Reconstruction of East Germany 1945-1946, by Gregory W. Sandford (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1983), in The American Political Science Review, 78:1 (March 1984), 258-259.
156. Sharing Destiny: A Study of Global Integration, by Trygve Mathisen (New York: Columbia University Press, 1984), in Perspective, 13:3 (November/December 1984), 188.

1985
Books

160. Innovation in the Public Sector, co-editor with Anna J. Merritt (Beverly Hills, Calif., London, and New Delhi: Sage Publications, Inc., 1985; 312 p.).
161. Living with the Wall: West Berlin, 1961-1985, co-editor with Anna J. Merritt (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1985; xiv and 242 p.).
Reprinted Books
162. Foreign Policy Analysis (reprinted addition of 92 above: Washington, D.C.: University Press of America, 1985; 175 p.).
Articles
163. "Innovation in the public sector: an introduction," in Innovation in the Public Sector, ed. Richard L. and Anna J. Merritt (Beverly Hills, Calif., London, and New Delhi: Sage Publications, Inc., 1985), pp. 9-16.
164. "Quantitative analysis in international politics," Indian Journal of Political Science, 46:1 (January-March 1985), 90-116.
165. "A transformed crisis: the Berlin wall." in Living with the Wall: West Germany, 1961-1985, ed. Richard L. and Anna J. Merritt (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1985), pp. 3-36.
166. "Puzzling about the wall," in Living with the Wall: West Germany, 1961-1985, ed. Richard L. and Anna J. Merritt (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1985), pp. 42-53.
167. "Interpersonal transactions across the wall," in Living with the Wall: West Germany, 1961-1985, ed. Richard L. and Anna J. Merritt (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1985), pp. 166-183.
168. "Living with the wall," in Living with the Wall: West Germany, 1961-1985, ed. Richard L. and Anna J. Merritt (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1985), pp. 191-228.
Book Reviews
169. Parties, Opposition and Society in West Germany, by Eva Kolinsky (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1984), in Perspective, 14:2 (March 1985), 44.
170. Demokratie und Antikommunismus in Berlin nach 1945, vol. 1: Die politische Kultur der Bevölkerung und der Neubeginn konservativer Politik, by Harold Hurwitz (Köln: Verlag Wissenschaft und Politik, 1983), in The American Political Science Review, 79:4 (December 1985), 1216-1217.

1986
Books

171. Berlin Between Two Worlds, co-editor with Ronald A. Francisco (Boulder, Colo., and London: Westview Press, 1986; xiii and 184 p.).
Articles
172. "Postwar Berlin: divided city," in Berlin Between Two Worlds, ed. Ronald A. Francisco and Richard L. Merritt (Boulder, Colo., and London: Westview Press, 1986), pp. 153-175.
173. "Divided airwaves: the electronic media and political community in postwar Berlin," International Political Science Review, 7:4 (1986), 369-399.
Reprinted Articles
174. "Postwar Berlin: divided city" (172 above), in Medium Metropole: Berlin, Paris, New York, ed. Friedrich Knille and Michael Nerlich (Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universitätsverlag, 1986), pp. 53-77.
175. "The emergence of American nationalism: a quantitative approach" (10 above; volume reprint of 119 above), in Historical Analysis: Contemporary Approaches to Clio's Craft, ed. Richard E. Beringer (Malabar, Fla.: Robert E. Krieger Publications Company, 1986), pp. 227-233.
Book Reviews
176. Choosing an Electoral System: Issues and Alternatives, ed. Arend Lijphart and Bernard Grofman (New York: Praeger Publishers, 1984), in Perspective, 15:1 (January/February 1986), 28-29.
177. West German Politics in the Mid-Eighties: Crisis and Continuity, ed. Peter Wallach and George Romoser (New York: Praeger Publishers, 1985), in Perspective, 15:2 (March/April 1986), 46-47.

1987
Books

178. Communication and Interaction in Global Politics, co-editor with Claudio Cioffi-Revilla and Dina A. Zinnes (Beverly Hills, Calif., London, and New Delhi: Sage Publications, Inc., 1987; 271 p.).
Articles
179. "Education, social science, and public policy: a critique of comparative research," with Leslie C. Eliason, Ingemar Fägerlind, and Hans N. Weiler, in Comparative Policy Research: Learning from Experience, ed. Meinolf Dierkes, Hans N. Weiler, and Ariane Berthoin Antal (Aldershot: Gower Publishing Co., Ltd., 1987), pp. 244-261.
180. "Communication and interaction in global policies," with Claudio Cioffi-Revilla and Dina A. Zinnes, in Communication and Interaction in Global Politics, ed. Claudio Cioffi-Revilla, Richard L. Merritt, and Dina A. Zinnes (Beverly Hills, Calif., London, and New Delhi: Sage Publications, Inc., 1987), pp. 9-19.
181. "European community and intra-European communications: the evidence of mail flows," with Cal Clark, in Communication and Interaction in Global Politics, ed. Claudio Cioffi-Revilla, Richard L. Merritt, and Dina A. Zinnes (Beverly Hills, Calif., London, and New Delhi: Sage Publications, Inc., 1987), pp. 9-19.
Book Reviews
182. East Germany and Detente: Building Authority after the Wall, by A. James McAdams (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1985), in The American Historical Review, 92:3 (June 1987), 700.
183. The International Politics of New Information Technology, by Brian M. Murphy (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1986), in Perspective, 16:2 (March/April 1987), 57.

1988
Books

184. Data Development for International Research: Working Papers, special issue co-edited with Dina A. Zinnes, International Interactions, 14:2 (1988), 93-190.
Articles
185. "Data development for international research," with Dina A. Zinnes, International Interactions, 14:2 (1988), 95-100.
186. "International data as a national resource," with Pat McGowan, Harvey Starr, Gretchen Hower, and Dina A. Zinnes, International Interactions, 14:2 (1988), 101-113.
187. "Validity of power indices," with Dina A. Zinnes, International Interactions, 14:2 (1988), 141-151.
188. "Levels of analysis and data-based research," International Studies Notes of the International Studies Association, 13:2 (Spring 1988), 49-50.
189. "East Berlin as a metropolis," in Studies in GDR Culture and Society 8: Selected Papers from the Thirteenth New Hampshire Symposium on the German Democratic Republic, ed. Margy Gerber et al. (Lanham, Md., Nfsys ew York, and London: University Press of America, 1988), pp. 3-24.
190. "Data development for international research: toward the third year," with Dina A. Zinnes, European Political Data Newsletter, no. 69 (December 1988), 5-18.
Book Reviews
191. Defenders or Intruders? The Dilemmas of U.S. Forces in Germany, by Daniel J. Nelson (Boulder, Colo.: Westerview Press, 1987), in Perspective, 17:2 (Spring 1988), 75-76.

1989
Books

192. Science, Politics, and International Conferences: A Functional Analysis of the Moscow Political Science Congress, with Elizabeth C. Hanson (Boulder, Colo., and London: Lynne Rienner, Publishers, Inc., 1988; xii and 186 p.).
Articles
193. "Alternative indexes of national power," with Dina A. Zinnes, in Power in World Politics, ed. Richard J. Stoll and Michael D. Ward (Boulder, Colo., and London: Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc.), pp. 11-28.
194. "The protestant church in divided Germany and Berlin," in The Federal Republic of Germany at Forty, ed. Peter H. Merkl (New York: New York University Press, 1989), pp. 110-129.
195. "Politics of Judaism in the GDR," in Studies in GDR Culture and Society 9: Selected Papers from the Fourteenth New Hampshire Symposium on the German Democratic Republic, ed. Margy Gerber et al. (Lanham, Md., New York, and London: University Press of America, 1989), pp. 163-188.
Reprinted Articles
196. "Postwar Berlin: divided city" (172 above), in Views on Berlin: From a Boston Perspective, ed. Gerhard Kirchhoff (Boston, Mass., Basel, and Berlin: Birkhäuser Boston, Inc.), pp. 13-31.
Book Reviews
197. West Germany's Foreign Policy: The Impact of the Social Democrats and the Greens, by Diane Rosolowsky (Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, Inc., 1988) in Perspective, 18:2 (Spring 1989), 74-75.

1990
Articles

198. "Foreword," with Dina A. Zinnes, in Measuring the Correlates of War, ed. J. David Singer and Paul F. Diehl (Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1990), pp. v-x.
199. "Roots of Quantitative Data on International and Comparative Politics," in DDIR-Update, 4:3 (April 1990), 1-11.

1991
Articles

200. "Democracies and war," with Dina A. Zinnes, in On Measuring Democracy: Its Consequences and Concomitants, ed. Alex Inkeles (New Brunswick, N.J.: Transactions, Inc.), pp. 207-234.
201. "Data Development for International Research (DDIR)—DDIR II: event data research," with Dina A. Zinnes, IASSIST Quarterly, 15:1 (Spring 1991), 4-20.
Book reviews
202. Mediation, Information, and Communication: Information and Behavior, ed. Brent D. Ruben and Leah A. Lievrouw (New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Books, 1990), in Perspectives on Political Science, 20:1 (Winter 1991), 51.
Research Reports in Public Domain
203. Karl W. Deutsch—An Oral History: Interviews conducted on 19-21 September 1989 by Richard L. Merritt for the Political Science Oral History Program of Pi Sigma Alpha and The American Political Science Association. Tape recordings and a 63-paged, single-spaced, edited transcript available through The American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C.

1992
Articles

204. “Confluence of interest and possibility: Roots of quantitative international politics research,” International Studies Notes of the International Studies Association, 17:2 (Spring 1992), 2-20.
205. “Berlin in transition,” Swords and Ploughshares (The Bulletin of the Program in Arms Control, Disarmament, and International Security, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), 6:3-4 (Spring-Summer), 14-17.
Book Reviews
206. The Political Research Experience: Readings and Analysis, by Marcus E. Ethridge (Armonk, N.Y.: M. E. Sharpe, 1990), in Perspectives on Political Science, 21:2 (Spring 1992), 123.
207. Berlin Calling: American Broadcasting in Service to the Third Reich by John Carver Edwards (New York: Praeger, 1991), in Journal of Communication, 42:1 (Winter 1992), 147-149.

1993
Books

208. International Event-Data developments: DDIR Phase II, with Robert G. Muncaster and Dina A. Zinnes (Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1993; viii and 234 p.).
Articles
209. “Event data and DDIR,” with Robert G. Muncaster and Dina A. Zinnes, in International Event-Data Developments: DDIR Phase II, ed. Richard L. Merritt, Robert G. Muncaster, and Dina A. Zinnes (Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1993), pp. 1-18.
Other publications
210. “In memorium: Karl W. Deutsch,” PS: Political Science & Politics, 26:1 (March 1993), 100-101.

1994
Articles

211. “Normalizing the East German media,” Political Communication, 11:1 (January-March 1994), 49-66.
212. “Measuring events for international political analysis,” International Interactions, 20:1-2 (1994), 3-33.
213. “Data Development for International Research—Phase I: International conflict and national characteristics,” with Dina A. Zinnes, International Interactions, 20:3 (1994), 227-247.

1995
Books

214. Democracy Imposed: U.S. Occupation Policy and the German Public, 1945-1949 (New Haven, Conn., and London: Yale University Press, 1995); xii and 452 p.).
Articles
215. “Integrative and Disintegrative Politics,” Peace Economics and Public Policy, 3:2 (Winter 1966), 32.
215. “Dangers of Our Time—Introduction,” International Political Science Review, 16:4 (October 1995), 317-318.
216. “Political Imbalance and Political Destabilization,” International Political Science Review, 16:4 (October 1995), 405-425.
Book Reviews
217. The Rising Tide of Cultural Pluralism: The Nation-State at Bay? ed, Crawford Young (Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1993), in Perspectives on Political Science, 24:2 (Spring 1995), 119.

1996
Articles

218. “Integrative and Disintegrative Politics,” Peace Economics, Peace Science, and Public Policy, 3:2 (Winter 1996), 32.
Book Reviews
219. Berlin 2000: The Center of Europe, by David Tieman Doud (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1995), in Perspectives on Political Science, 25:3 (Summer 1996), 161.
 

1997
Articles

220. “Berlin’s Jews after Unification: Challenges to Community,” with Anna J. Merritt, Antisemitism and Xenophobia in Germany after Unification, ed. Hermann Kurthen, Werner Bergmann, and Rainer Erb (New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997), pp. 224-241.
Book Reviews
221. Globalization in Question: The International Economy and the Possibilities of Governance, ed. Paul Hirst and Grahame Thompson (Cambridge, Eng.: Policy Press in association with Blackwell Publishers Ltd., 1996), in Political Science Quarterly, 112:1 (Spring 1997), 169-170.
222. A Question of Priorities: Democratic Reform and Economic Recovery in Postwar Germany: Frankfurt, Munich, and Stuttgart Under U.S. Occpuation 1945-1949, by Rebecca L. Boehling (Providence: Berghahn Books, 1996), in German Politics & Society, 15:4 (Winter 1997), 127-130.

1998
Articles
223. “Ursus Tyrannus or Teddy Bear? Berlin and its Neighbors,” with Anna J. Merritt, German Politics & Society, 16:1 (Spring 1998), 30-57.
224. “Remembering the wall’s end: North American social scientists and the Wende,” with Anna J. Merritt, in Proceedings: 33rd World Congress of Sociology of the International Institute of Sociology, University of Cologne, Germany, 7-July 1997, ed. Erwin K. Scheuch (publication forthcoming in 1998).
Other Publications
225. Entries in Modern Germany: An Encyclopedia of History, People, and Culture, 1871-1990, ed. Dieter Buse and Juergen C. Doerr (New York and London: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1998):
“Berlin” (pp. 97-99)
“Federal Republic of Germany: Political Radicalism and Neo-Nazism” (pp. 311-312).
“German Democratic Republic: Churches” (p. 381).
“Political Science” (pp. 776-777).
“Public-Opinion Surveying (1945-90)” (pp. 804-805).
Book Reviews
226. International Politics and German History: The Past Informs the Present, ed. David Wetzel and Theodore S. Hamerow (Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers, 1997), in Perspectives on Political Science, 27:3 (Summer 1998), 173.

1999
Articles
227. “Reunifying Berlin’s Transport Net, 1945-1993,” with Anna J. Merritt, Politik: The Newsletter of the Conference Group on German Politics, Issue No. 12 (Fall 1999), 4-5.
Book Reviews
228. Germany since Unification: The Domestic and External Consequences, ed. Klaus Larres (New York: St. Martin’s Press, Inc., 1998), in Perspectives on Political Science, 28:2 (Spring 1999), 107.

2001
Articles
229 “Nationalism,” entry in International Encyclopedia of the Behavioral and Social Sciences.
Book Reviews
230 U.S. Media Policy in the OMGUS Era, with Anna J. Merritt, in German Politics and Society, 19:1 (Spring 2001).

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