Sociology Department, Rutgers University, Camden NJ
Home Address: 2404 Anderson Road, Fleming OH 45729
Home phone: 740 749-0290; Cell phone: 609 744-7475
home page: http://crab.rutgers.edu/~goertzel
Ph.D. Washington University, St. Louis, 1970, in sociology.
M.A. Washington University, 1966, in sociology and Latin American Studies.
B.A. Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, 1964, in sociology and anthropology.
Instructor, Learning in Retirement Program, Marietta College,Winter 2013.
Professor of Sociology, Rutgers University, 1973- 2013.
Assistant Professor, University of Oregon:1968-1973.
Visiting Instructor, Universidade de São Paulo, 1967-1968
The Drama of Brazilian Politics: From Dom João to Marina Silva. Ted Goertzel and Paulo Roberto de Almeida, editors. (Amazon Digital Services; Kindle Book, 2014, 278 p.; ISBN: 978-1-4951-2981-0;ASIN: B00NZBPX8A;
Brazil's Lula: The Most Popular Politician on Earth. Brown Walker Publishers, 2011. . This is the first full biography of a democratic leader whose remarkable success will be an inspiration for decades to come. For full information click here.
Cradles of Eminence: Second Edition. Scottsdale, Arizona: Great Potential Press, 2003. By Victor and Mildred Goertzel, updated by Ted George Goertzel and Ariel M.W. Hansen. This is an updated version of a classic published by my parents in 1962. Ariel and I added an Afterword based on a new sample of the biographies of famous people. A review can be found on the Davidson Institute WEB site. Korean translation published in 2008. An overview presentation is available at: http://docs.google.com/Presentation?docid=dcnbnm5x_51gb3g7tc3&hl=en. For a Czech language description of the book click here. Kolébek Eminence druhé vydání Dětství více než 700 slavných mužů a žen.
Fernando Henrique Cardoso: Reinventing Democracy in Brazil. Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 1999. Updates to this book are available here. Portuguese edition with new material covering the entire eight years of Cardoso's administration: Fernando Henrique Cardoso e a reconstrução de democracia no Brasil, São Paulo: Saraiva, 2002. Some highlights are available online from Brazzil magazine.
An intellectual and political biography of the first professional sociologist to become President of his nation. Cardoso pioneered in the sociology of development, then became a leader of Brazil's transition from military rule to democracy. His unexpected success as finance minister in ending the nation's chronic inflation led to his election to the Presidency. As President he has led Brazil's integration into the global economy. The book had the misfortune to come out just after Brazil's currency collapse in January, 1999, but Brazil's subsequent recovery has largely vindicated Cardoso's economic policies which are defended in the book. Reviewed in Foreign Affairs and in Revista Epoca. and in the Journal of Latin American Studies, volume 24, 2002, pp 193-194. I have also posted some reviews by students at Randolph-Macon College who used the book in a course. There is also a review on Amazon.com.
Linus Pauling: A Life in Science and Politics (with Ben Goertzel, Mildred Goertzel and Victor Goertzel). New York: Basic Books, 1995. Also published in Japanese and Chinese (if anyone knows of a reference to the Chinese publication, please let me know). An essay based on this project is available here. The Appendix on Pauling's Rorschach is also available here.
Linus Pauling is famous for three quite different things: revolutionizing chemical theory, opposing nuclear bomb testing, and advocating Vitamin C as a treatment for the common cold and cancer. This biography was begun by my parents, Mildred and Victor Goertzel. I had to seek the help of my mathematician son, Ben Goertzel, to complete it. Ben understood Pauling's chemistry, my parents focused on his childhood and his anti-war activism, while I was more interested in his Vitamin C advocacy. There is a review of this book and some other Pauling biographies in the New York Times Book Review.
Turncoats and True Believers: The Dynamics of Political Belief and Disillusionment. Buffalo: Prometheus Press, 1992. The first, autobiographical, chapter is available here.
This book is about why people believe what they do and, especially, why they sometimes abandon strongly held beliefs. It covers people as diverse as Fidel Castro, Woodrow Wilson, Bertrand Russell, Germaine Greer, Mahatma Gandhi, Abbie Hoffman and Ayn Rand. There is a summary and review on Amazon.
Sociology: Class, Consciousness and Contradictions (with Albert Szymanski). New York: D. VanNostrand, 1979.
This is an introduction to sociology from a Marxist perspective. It reflected the views of the first author, Albert Szymanski, a close friend of mine who committed suicide when the world failed to follow his visions. The book is out of date in many respects (it portrays the Soviet Union as the vanguard of the future), but Chapter Two, "Foundations of Radical Sociology," is still used in college courses and is available online.
Three Hundred Eminent Personalities: A Psychosocial Analysis of the Famous (with Mildred Goertzel and Victor Goertzel). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1978.
This was a sequel to my parents' classic Cradles of Eminence, a study of the childhoods of eminent people. It showed that eminent people were often unhappy and poorly adjusted as children, and provided comfort to many parents of children with similar problems. The Three Hundred added more cases and some statistical analysis.
Political Society. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1976. An adaptation of the first chapter, "Theoretical Models in Political Sociology," is available online.
A textbook for the Political Sociology course, contrasting Marxist, pluralist and elite theory approaches.
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Ted Goertzel and Tulio Kahn, "The Great
São Paulo Homicide Drop," Homicide Studies
13(4): 398-410, 2009.
"What the US and Europe can learn from
Brazilian Socialism," Brazzil.com. May 5,
Socialism in Today's Latin America," Chapter 16,
pp. 287-294 in Mauricio A. Font, ed., A Changing Cuba in a
Changing World, New York: Bildner Center for Western
Hemisphere Studies, 2009.
Ben Goertzel with Ted Goertzel, "Four Levels of Mind," Chapter 6 in Ben Goertzel, The Hidden Pattern: A Patternist Philosophy of Mind. BrownWalker Press, 2009.
"Making Capitalism Work: The Brazilian
Model." Brazzil Magazine, 29 October, 2008. http://www.brazzil.com/articles/197-october-2008/10126-making-capitalism-work-the-brazilian-model.html.
Ted Goertzel and Benjamin Goertzel, "Capital Punishment and Homicide Rates: Sociological Realities and Econometric Distortions," Critical Sociology 34(2): 239-254, 2008.
"There's a Place for All Kinds of Socialists
at Brazil's Power Table," Brazzil Magazine, January 20,
"Gabeira, a Do-gooder Brazilian Politico Among
Foxes Devouring Public Chickens," Brazzil Magazine,
November 28, 2007. http://www.brazzil.com/content/view/10005/80/.
" Genoíno's Path from Guerrilla
to Socialist Lite in Brazil's Congress," Brazzil Magazine,
November 14, 2007. http://www.brazzil.com/content/view/9998/1/.
on Antioch," The Record, Antioch College, Yellow
Springs, Ohio, November 9, 2007, p. 9. http://recordonline.org.
"Brazil After Lula: Some Predictions,"
Brazzil Magazine, October 17, 2007. http://www.brazzil.com/content/view/9986/1/
Ted Goertzel and Benjamin Goertzel,
"Sociologische Wirklichkeit und ire Ökonometrische Verzerrung
– Sociological Realities and Econometric Distortions."
Pages 417-452 in Wolfgang Koschnick, editor, Focus-Jahrbuch
2007 – Schwerpunkt: Neuroökonomie, Neuromarketing und
Neuromarktforschung. Mit weiteren Beiträgen uber Messen
und Befragen, Treiberanalysen, okonometrisches Modeling under
Verkehrsmittelwerbung. Munich, Germany: Focus Magazin
Verlag GmbH, 2007
Ted Goertzel and Túlio Kahn, “
"Why Lula Owes FHC an Apology," or"Por Que Lula deve un pedido de desculpas a FHC." InfoBrazil April 12-18, 2003, Brazzil Magazine, and Folha de Sao Paulo, April 13, 2003.
Does Zero Hunger Make Sense, or FHC Was Right After All," Brazzil Magazine, April 2003.
"So. This is Lula?" Brazzil Magazine, January 2003. In Portuguese as O Legado de FHC e o Brasil de Lula by in the Folha de Sao Paulo, Jan 5, 2003 .
"Terrorist Beliefs and Terrorist Lives," pp 97-111 in Chris Stout, ed., The Psychology of Terrorism, Volume One, Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, 2002.
"Pragmatismo versus Nacionalismo no Brasil de Fernando Henrique Cardoso," pp. 207-241 in Amós Nascimento, editor, Brasil: Perspectivas Internacionais, Piracicaba, São Paulo, Brazil: Editora UNIMEP, 2002.
"Eight Years of Pragmatic Leadership in Brazil," a supplement to Fernando Henrique Cardoso: Reinventing Democracy in Brazil. This chapter was included in the Portuguese edition of the book, and is available in updated form in English at: http://crab.rutgers.edu/~goertzel/EightYears.doc.
"Why Brazil Isn't Argentina," Brazzil Magazine (Los Angeles), October 2002. Available on this WEB site with statistical graphs not included in Brazzil: http://crab.rutgers.edu/~goertzel/BrazilArgentina.htm. Also in Pour Comprendre la Crise Argentine, Denis Rolland et Joelle Chassin, editeurs, Strasbourg, Institut d'Etudes Politiques, 2002, pp. 229-231.
"Silicon Valley South," Brazzil Magazine (Los Angeles), December 2002. Available online at: http://www.brazzil.com/p32dec02.htm.
"O Saldo Positivo de FHC," Folha de Sao Paulo, November 23, 2002. Available at: http://crab.rutgers.edu/~goertzel/PerryAndersonFHC.html. This is a response to an essay by Perry Anderson; Anderson's essay (in Portuguese) is also in the file.
"Elements of a Philosophy of Mind," by Ben Goertzel and Ted Goertzel, pp. 35-52 in Creating Internet Intelligence : Wild Computing, Distributed Digital Consciousness, and the Emerging Global Brain, by Ben Goertzel, Plenum Publishers, 2002.
"Myths of Murder and Multiple Regression," The Skeptical Inquirer, Vol 26, No. 1, January/February 2002, pp 19-23. A longer version with statistical tables is available in English on this WEB site and appears Spanish translation as "El Modelo Econometrico Como Ciencia Basura," in Psicologia Politica, No 24 (Valencia, Spain). Danish translation: Myter om mord og multipel regression.
"The World Trade
Center Bombing as a Fourth Generational Turning Point,"
available online at: http://crab.rutgers.edu/~goertzel/fourthturning.htm
Slovenian translation: World Trade Center bombardiranje kot četrti generacijske prelomnico.
"Defending New Jersey's "Family Cap" Welfare Reform in the Courts," available online at http://crab.rutgers.edu/~goertzel/welfarepage.htm.
"Generational Cycles in Mass Psychology: Implications for the George W. Bush Administration," available online at http://crab.rutgers.edu/~goertzel/cycles.htm.
“Pragmatism vs. Nationalism in Fernando Henrique Cardoso's Brazil," available online at http://crab.rutgers.edu/~goertzel/cardosobrasa.htm.
"Why Welfare Research Fails," available online at http://crab.rutgers.edu/~goertzel/fail2.html
"Poverty and Development in Developing Nations,” in Dana Dunn and David V. Waller, eds., Analyzing Social Problems: Essays and Exercises, 2nd ed. (Prentice Hall, 1999), pp. 191-196. With Robert E. Wood.
"A Reluctant Hero: Highlights from a new biography on Fernando Henrique Cardoso," Brazzil Magazine (Los Angeles), August 1999. Available online at: http://www.brazzil.com/
"My Internet Alter-Ego" in Clio's Psyche (New York), September-October 1999.
"Brazilian Landless: A First-Hand Account," Brazzil Magazine (Los Angeles), September 1997. Available online at: http://www.brazzil.com/
"Ceara, social democracy is working here," Brazzil Magazine (Los Angeles), August 1997. Available online at http://www.brazzil.com/
"Gambling on Jobs and Welfare in Atlantic City," Society Magazine, May/June 1997, pp. 62-66. With John W. Cosby.
"Fernando Henrique Cardoso: A Pragmatic Marxist," Brazzil Magazine (Los Angeles), April 1997, pp. 54-58. Available online http://www.brazzil.com/
Gacono, Carl B; DeCato, Clifford M; Brabender, Virginia; Goertzel, Ted G. "Vitamin C or pure C: The Rorschach of Linus Pauling." [Chapter] Meloy, J. Reid (Ed), Acklin, Marvin W. (Ed), et al. (1997). Contemporary Rorschach interpretation. The LEA series in personality and clinical psychology. (pp. 421-451). Mahwah, NJ, USA: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., Publishers. xvii, 596 pp.
"A teoria da independência: Trajetória política de FHC ilustra um marxismo adaptado ao século 20," Caderno Mais!, Folha de S o Paulo, October 13, 1996, p. 10. Available at: http://crab.rutgers.edu/~goertzel/FOLHA.HTML
"New Jersey's Experiment in Welfare Reform," The Public Interest, fall 1996, pp. 72-80. With Gary Young. Version available online at http://crab.rutgers.edu/~goertzel/welfarepage.htm
"Analyzing Pauling's Personality: A Three Generational, Three Decade Project," pp. 58-73 in Ramesh Krishnamurthy, ed., The Pauling Symposium: A Discourse on the Art of Biography, Corvallis: Oregon State University Libraries Special Collection, 1996.
"La Psicologia Política de la Reforma del Bienestar en los Estados Unidos. Un estudio de New Jersey," Psicologia Política (Valencia, Spain) 10: 7-24, Mayo 1995.
"Attitudes as Chaotic Attractors: Rethinking the Anita Hill/Clarence Thomas Affair," (with Ben Goertzel) in A. Albert, ed., Chaos and Society, Amsterdam: IOS Press., 1995, pp141-163.
"The Politics of Welfare Reform in New Jersey," in The Politics of Welfare Reform (Donald Norris, ed.), SAGE Publications (with John Hart), 1995.
"Measuring the Prevalence of False Memories," Skeptical Inquirer 18 (3): 266-272, 1994. Reprinted in Encounters with the Paranormal: Science, Knowledge, and Belief Edited by Kendrick Frazier, 1998, Prometheus Books.
"Ciclos en la Psicologia de Masas de la Conducta Electoral Americana," Psicología Politíca (Valencia, Spain): 7: 63-111, Noviembre 1993. Available in English as CYCLES IN THE MASS PSYCHOLOGY OF AMERICAN ELECTORAL BEHAVIOR.
"Los Padres de la Sociologia. Problemas personales y temas publicos," Boletin de Psicología (Valencia, Spain) 41:7-30, 1993. Available in English as "The Fathers of Sociology: Personal Troubles and Public Issues in the Lives of Auguste Comte, Herbert Spencer, Max Weber and Karl Marx."
"Belief in Conspiracy Theories," Political Psychology 15: 733-744, 1994.
"The Gulf War as a Mental Disorder? A Statistical Test of DeMause's Hypothesis," Political Psychology 14: 711-723.
"Some Observations on Psychological Processes Among Organized American Opponents to the Gulf War," Political Psychology 14:139-146, 1993.
"What is the Impact of a Campus AIDS Education Course?" Journal of American College Health 40: 87-92, 1991. (with M. Bluebond-Langner).
"Social Movements and Social Change: The Dynamics of Social Transformation," pp. 279-288 in B. Berberoglu, ed., Critical Perspectives in Sociology, Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt, 1991.
"Pediatric Cancer Patients' Peer Relationships: The Impact of an Oncology Camp Experience," The Journal of Psychosocial Oncology 9: 67-80, 1991. (with M. Bluebond-Langner and D. Perkel).
"Ideologies as Emotional Objects in the Lives of Leon Trotsky, Michael Harrington and Bertrand Russell," pp. 61-73 in Paul Elovitz, ed., Historical and Psychological Inquiry. New York: International Psychohistorical Association (proceedings), 1990.
"Explaining Star Wars," Critical Sociology 16: 205-231, 1989.
"Children's Knowledge of Cancer and its Treatment: The Impact of an Oncology Camp Experience," (with M. Bluebond-Langner, D. Perkel, K. Nelson and J. McGeary), Journal of Pediatrics 116: 207-214 (February, 1990).
"Authoritarianism and Social Change in the Soviet Union," Journal of Social Psychology 129: 703-705 (October, 1989).
"The Causes of World War III Thirty Years Later," Sociological Forum 4: 241-246 (1989).
"My Trip to Moscow," Soviet American Review 15, No 2, insert (March, 1989).
"Albert Szymanski: A Personal and Political Memoir," Critical Sociology, 15: 139-144 (Fall, 1988).
"The Ethics of Terrorism and Revolution," Terrorism: An International Journal 11:1-12 (Summer, 1988).
"Public Opinion on Military Spending: 1939-1985," Journal of Political and Military Sociology 15: 61-72 (Spring, 1987).
"Authoritarianism of Personality and Political Attitudes," Journal of Social Psychology, 127: 7-18 (February, 1987).
"Radical Sociology and Redemocratization in South America," Humanity and Society 10: 219-235 (May, 1986).
"Militarism as a Sociological Problem: The Political Sociology of Military Spending in the United States: 1951-1983," Pp. 119-140 in Richard Braungart, ed., Research in Political Sociology, Greenwich, Conn: JAI Press, 1985.
"Costa Rica: Anti-Militarism and Democracy," Dissent 31:333-337 (Summer, 1984).
"The Impact of Federal Funding on South Jersey," New Jersey Municipalities, April, 1983, pp. 30-34..
"The Gender-Gap: Sex, Family Income and Political Opinions in the Early 1980s," Journal of Political and Military Sociology 11: 209-222 (Fall, 1983).
"Ideological Consistency and Issue Voting in 1980," Journal of Political and Military Sociology 9: 197-214 (Fall, 1981).
"The Myth of the Normal Curve," Humanity and Society 5: 14-31 (March, 1981). Reprinted in Readings in Humanist Sociology Bayside, NY: General Hall, 1986, Pp. 205-225.
"Linus Pauling: The Scientist as Crusader," (With M. and V. Goertzel) The Antioch Review 38: 371-382 (Summer, 1980).
"Class in America: Qualitative Distinctions and Quantitative Data," Qualitative Sociology 1: 53-76 (January, 1979).
"Domestic Pressures for Abstention: Vietnam," Pp. 166-183 in Robin Higham, ed., Intervention or Abstention: A Dilemma of American Foreign Policy, Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1975.
"Teaching the Sociology of World Conflicts: A Review of the State of the Field," (with E.M. Boulding, J.W. Elder, R. Jacobs, and L. Kriesberg) The American Sociologist 8: 187-191 (November, 1974).
"American Imperialism and the Brazilian Student Movement," Youth and Society 6: 123-150 (December, 1974).
"Class and Politics in the 1970's," The Insurqent Sociologist 2: 39-47 (March, 1973).
"The Role of Marxism in American Sociology," The Insurgent Sociologist 8: 66-70 (Winter, 1973).
"Changes in the Values of College Students: 1958 to 1970-1971," Pacific Sociological Review 15: 235-244 (April, 1972). Reprinted in H. Thomberg, ed., Contemporary Adolescence: Readings, Monterey, CA: Brooks/Cole, 1975, pp. 107-113. 13.
"Generational Conflict and Social Change," Youth and Society 3: 327-352 (Winter, 1972).
"The Military Socialization of University Students," (with A. Hengst) Social Problems 19: 258-267 (October, 1971).
"Generational Differences and Student Activism in Brazil," Sociology and Social Research 56: 49-61 (October, 1971).
"A Note on Status Crystallization and Urbanization," Social Forces 49: 134-136 (September, 1970).
"In this corner...," Northwest Magazine (Portland, Oregonian) December 7, 1968.
"MEC-USAID: Ideologia de Desenvolvimento Americano Aplicada à Educação Superior Brasileira," Revista Civilização Brasileira 14:123-167 (July, 1967).
Applied Research Reports:
"Public Opinion on Sprawl and Smart Grouth in Southern Jersey," a report prepared for the Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs, published as Rand Working Paper, Volume 2, No. 5, August 2001.
Ross Koppel, Robert Bailey, Roger Sorenson, Ann Boulis, Ted Goertzel, "Study of Barriers to Screening for Breast and Cervical Cancer; Re-Analysis of Mammograms; Re-Analysis of Pap Smears; Final Report," A report submitted to the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, July 2000.
"Defending New Jersey's "Family Cap" Welfare Reform in the Courts," a paper prepared for the Eastern Sociological Society meetings Baltimore, Maryland - March 4, 2000. Available at: http://crab.rutgers.edu/~goertzel/welfarepage.htm
"New Jersey's Welfare Reform: Success or Failure?" FPR News, Rutgers Camden Forum for Policy Research and Public Service, Winter 1996.
"Work, Welfare and Childbirth Among Camden Mothers: 1992-1994." FPR News, Rutgers Camden Forum for Policy Research and Public Service, Spring 1995.
"What Can We Learn From the Past? Welfare and Work in Camden in the 1970s," FPR News, Rutgers Camden Forum for Policy Research and Public Service, Spring 1995.
"Findings from a Survey of Recent Alumni of the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice at Rutgers University in Camden, New Jersey." Sociology Department, Rutgers University, Camden NJ 08102.
"Health Profile of Southwestern New Jersey, chapter three" published by Health Visions, Inc.
"Follow-Up Survey Shows Similarities and Differences in Welfare Mothers' Attitudes," FPR News, January 1993, pp. 6-7, 11.
"Camden Residents' Views on Employment and Welfare Reform: Preliminary Findings from Focus Group Interviews," Rutgers Camden Forum for Policy Research and Public Service, April 1992.
"A Public Opinion Survey of Cumberland County, N.J.: An Assessment of Attitudes Toward Public Land Use Planning," (with the Cumberland County Department of Planning and Development), Rutgers-Camden Forum for Policy Research and Public Service, 1991.
"Survey of Graduates of the Masters' of Public Policy Program," Department of Public Policy and Management, Rutgers-Camden, September, 1988.
"Rutgers Camden Students' Suggestions for Improvements at Rutgers: A Survey Report." Sociology Department, Rutgers Camden, 1988.
"Camden Women's Evaluation of Planned Parenthood and other Women's Health Care Services,"Rutgers-Camden Forum for Policy Research and Public Service, 1987.
"Needs Assessment for a Masters' Program in Gerontology," Rutgers-Camden Forum for Policy Research, 1986.
"Needs Assessment for a Library and Community Center in Chesilhurst," Rutgers-Camden Forum for Policy Research, 1986.
"Public Opinion in Camden County: Results of the 1984 South Jersey Survey," Rutgers-Camden Forum for Policy Research, 1985.
"Camden County Residents Need for, Use and Evaluation of Human Services," (with G. Young) Rutgers-Camden Forum for Policy Research, 1983.
"The Gender Gap: Sex, Family Income and Political Attitudes in the 1980's," Rutgers-Camden Forum for Policy Research, 1983.
"The Impact of Federal Funding on South Jersey," Rutgers-Camden Forum for Policy Research, 1982.
"Images of the Future and Social Attitudes of South Jersey and Philadelphia Young Adults in 1982," (with W.J. Rosenberg) Rutgers Camden Forum for Policy Research, 1982.
"The Future of South Jersey: Alternative Patterns of Land Use and Socio-Economic Development," (with A. Harrod) Rutgers- Camden Forum for Policy Research, 1982.
"Camden County Residents' Use and Evaluation of County Government Services: A Survey Analysis," Rutgers-Camden Forum for Policy Research, 1982 (on contract to the Camden County Board of Freeholders).
"Human Service Needs of the Hispanic Community in Camden County," Rutgers-Camden Forum for Policy Research, 1981.
"Economic Stress and Emotional Problems in Southern New Jersey," Rutgers-Camden Forum for Policy Research, 1981.
"Human Service Needs of the Elderly Population in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester Counties," (with D.M. Broberg) Rutgers-Camden Forum for Policy Research, 1981.
"South Jersey and Attitudes Toward Corruption and Confidence in Government," (with D. Margolin and Rita Mae Kelly) Rutgers-Camden Forum for Policy Research, 1981.
"Human Service Needs in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester Counties: A Survey Analysis," Rutgers-Camden Forum for Policy Research, 1980.
"Human Service needs in Burlington County: A Survey Analysis," published by Goertzel and Associates for the United Way of Burlington County, 1980.
"Ideological Consistency and Issue Voting in 1980: A New Jersey Sample," Rutgers-Camden Forum for Policy Research, 1980.
"Human Service Needs of Two Camden County Communities," Rutgers-Camden Forum for Policy Research,1980.
"The Human Service System in Camden County: Coordination and Integration," published for the Human Services Task Force of Camden County, 1979.
"Protagonista da história: Brazilianista elogia livro de memórias de Fernando Henrique Cardoso, que acaba de sair nos Estados Unidos," UPDATE: Revista mensal da Cámara Americano de Comércio, São Paulo, March 2006, page 10. http://www.revistaupdate.com.br/revista/revista2006-03-06a/materia2006-03-10g/pagina2006-03-10j.
"Cardoso According to History: Brazil's Recent History
in Political Sociology reviewing Peter Marden, The Decline of Politics; Amitai
From Empire to Community; Irving
Louis Horowitz, ed., Civil
Society and Class Politics: Essays on the Political
Sociology of Seymour Martin Lipset; and Jack
Goldstone, ed., States,
Parties, and Social Movements. In the Journal of Political and
Military Sociology, Volume 32, No 2, Winter 2004,
Review of Lula: Filho do Brasil by Denise Parana. Brazzil Magazine, May 2003. At: http://www.brazzil.com/p135may03.htm.
Review of "Bin
Laden: Behind the Mask of the Terrorist," by Adam
Robinson. Clio's Psyche, March 2002. At: http://crab.rutgers.edu/~goertzel/
.htm. Romanian translation by Alexandra Seremina. courtesy of azoft.com.
Review of "The Digital Dialectic: New Essays on New Media," edited by Peter Lunenfeld. Social Science and Computer Review 20(2), Summer 2002, pp. 222-224.
Review of "e-Sphere: The rise of the World-Wide Mind," by Joseph Pelton, Social Science and Computer Review 20(2), Summer 2002, pp. 224-225.
Review of Linus Pauling: Scientist and Peacemaker, by Clifford Mead and Thomas Hager. Chemical Heritage, v19, no 3, Fall 2001, pages 38 and 50.
Review of The Digital Dialectic: New Essays on New Media, edited by Peter Lunenfeld. Social Science and Computer Review, forthcoming.
Review of Fighting Bob LaFollette, by Nancy Unger, Political Psychology, 2001, vol. 22, no. 2, pp. 417-418.
"A Response to `Heaven's Gate'," Clio's Psyche, vol 4, no 1, june 1997, pp 5-6.
"President Fernando Cardoso Reflects on Brazil and Sociology," Footnotes: published by the American Sociological Association, November, 1995, p. 1.
"Thoughts on the 1984 Congressional Elections," Clio's Psyche v 1, n 4, pp 1-3, March 1995.
Review of Global Networks: Computers and International Communication by Linda Harasim (Ed.). Social Science Computer Review 13: 142-144, Spring 1995.
"Response to Molly Andrews," Political Psychology 15: 791-794, December 1994.
"Ideology and Utopia in the Late Twentieth Century," Conjuncture, October 1992, pp. 21-23.
"Response: Ralph White and Saddam Hussein: Empathy or Projective Identification," Political Psychology 12: 779-781, 1991.
Review of The Catholic Church and Politics in Brazil, by Scott Mainwaring. Inter-American Review of Bibliography, 37: 78 (1987).
Review of Understanding Big Government: The Program Approach, by Richard Rose. Contemporary Sociology 16:358 (1987).
"Recent Research on Redemocratization in South America," States and Societies," 4(2): 2-4 (1987).
"Feasible Socialism?" (letter) in Dissent winter, 1986, 124-125.
"A Polish-American Revolutionary in Europe and America," Review essay of three books by Albert Szymanski, Journal of Political and Military Sociology 13: 297-299 (1985).
Review of Genius, Creativity and Leadership, by Dean Keith Simonton. Contemporary Sociology, 6: 788-789 (1984).
"Personal Perspectives on Public Issues," essay review of On Becoming a Social Scientist: From Survey Research and Participant Observation to Experiential Analysis by S. Reinharz, in Contemporary Sociology 9: 659-662 (1982).
Review of The Celebration of Heroes by William Goode, in Sociology of Work and Occupations 7: 389-390 (1980).
Review of The Fragmentary Class Structure by K. Roberts,et. al, in Contemporary Sociology 9: 587-588 (1980).
Review of Class Conflict and the Industrial Relations Crisis by C. Crough, in Contemporary Sociology 9: 424 (1980).
Review of Silent Missions by Vernon Walters, in Journal of Political and Military Sociology 6: 298-299 (1978).
Review of The Sociological Theories of C. Wright Mills by Joseph Scimecca, in Social Forces 56: 1251-1252 (1978).
Review of Radical Sociology by David Sternberg, in Sociology and Social Research 6: 298-299 (1978).
"Survey Essay on Politics and Violence," Journal of Political and Military Sociology 3: 237-240 (1975).
Review of Power in Societies by Marvin Olsen, Social Forces 50: 556 (June, 1972).
Review of Toward a New
Sociology by C.H. Anderson, The Insurqent Sociologist 2: 40