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Approved For Relesee 2001/08/30 : CIA-RDP62-00634A0001410080067-5 Personal Effectiveneee eaet" Seminar Reference List The following are a selected list of references dealing with the subjects of the seminar, Panelists are requested to become familiar with the references indicated by an asterisk and, as tine permits? to scan the others. The asterisked references will be found in the LAS Library, 1823 "I" quarters and the remainder in the R and S Library, 2022 R and S Building, where they may be signed out for short periods, Monday, March 30. Intreducticn to the Course. *Hall, Edward T. "Orientation and Training in Government for Work Overseas". Human Organization, Society for Applied Anthroeology, Voi. 15, PPe 4-10, Spring, 1956, A former Foreign Service Institute anthropologist discusses the nature of the problem, some recent efforts to solve it, and gives suggestions for the type of orientation and training needed. Sayre, Wallace S. and Clarence E. Thurber. Training for Specialized Mission Personnel. Public Administraticn Service, Chicago, 1952. A survey of training program ? Section on "intercultural relations" (p.58 et Algo) is of special interest. Cleveland, Harlan and G.J. Mangone. The Art of Overseasmanehipe Syracuse University, 1957. A series of articles by persons Who have worked overseas and who report on various American enterprises abroad. Useful in indicating the type and character of American overseas enterprises especially in regard to American business. Tuesday, March 31. Factors in Developing Personal Effectiveness Abroad, *Lederer, William J. and Eugene Burdick. The Ugly American, N.T. Norton, 1958. A fictionalized accourt of preeumed shortcomings of the American in overseas work and directions in which 'solutions are to be found. "A Factual Epilogue" (pp. 271-285) summarizes the main points. To be used as a target for discussion. *Cberg? Kalervo. Culture Shock and the Problem of Adjustment to New Cultural Environments. Foreign Service Institute, Department of State, N.D. pp. 1-6 (mimeographed)0 An ICA anthropelogist discusses the phenomena involved in the unsuccessful adjustent of Americans in foreign societiesh *Sargent, S. Stanfield and Robert C. Williaeson. Social Psychology. N.Y. Ronald, 1958. Attention is directed to Chapter 2 "Biological end Cultural Backgrounds" giving a concise statement of the contributions of the behavioral sciences to the study of probleem of human relations in general. Mangone, Gerard J. New Americans in Old Societies. Yellow Springs, Ohio. The Antioch Review, Winter, 1958, PP. 393-408. A staff menber of the Syracuse University "Overseasatanship" school reviews American activities overseas, the problems involved and suggestions for improving American relationships abroad, Approved For Release 2001/08/30 : CIA-RW62-00634A000100080067-5 Approved For Release 2001/08/30 : CIA-RDP62-00634A000100080067-5 -mair Nter Becker? Hower( (ed.). Societies around the World. (Short Editor.) N.Y. Dryden, 1956, An example of the ehavioral sciences working together in the analyele of eeveral modern societies. See especially "Haw to study and understand scelety" (pp. 2-29) and "The Seven Social Sciences" (pp. 787-796) in addition to any one of the societies analysed? Van der Post, tell. s. Bar of Shedow. London, Hogarth, 1954, A natal of Britiah-Japanese relationships in a Japanese prison camp during World War II. A good exscriple of the use of the novel in approaching the problens of the seminar, Wednesday, April le Urderstending Man, .*Coco, Carlton S. Stanley it, Gam and Joseph B. Birdsell. Races: a Study of the Problem of Race Formation in Man. Springfield,IlL Thaeas? 1950. A statement an the meaning of racial differences frcm the biological viewpoint; includes a short but useful summary of the races of mon and their distributioe, *Linton, Ralph, The Tree of Culture, N.Y., Knopf, 1955. A cultural anthropologist reviews the historical development and interrelations of The cultures of the world, , Useful in gaining of background data for the understanling of modern aocieties *Titiev, Mitch*. The Science of Mono N.Y., Holt, 1954(, Part 1 is a concise and well illustrated presentation of the major interpretetion of rean,e relationship to the biolegical world - background material for understanding Man today, Coon, Carleton So The Races of Europe. CY. Macmillan, 1939,, A standard reference on the formation, interrelatione and present distribution of the racial groups oaurope and the Middle East, Chapple, Eliot Dismore and Carletoa S. Coon. Principles of Anthro- pology. N.Y., Holt, 1942, See pages 13-72 for a canprehensive review of the briolce.cal factors underlying human relations - including the paysiel- ogy of emotion, conditioning and human relations, and the development of personality Muller, Herbert Jo The Loam of History, Harper, 1958 and, The lives of the Past, Mentor, 1952, A historians interpretation of the meaning of history with emehasis on the development of the cultures of Western Civlization. Coon., Carlton. The Story of Man. Knopf, N.Y., 1954. The general development of culture history fron earliest times an a world wide basis, A Reader in General Anthropology.. N.Yo, 1948. A series of monograeihs on specific societies arranged in order of increasing complexity of social forme. Leyburn, JOG. Handbeek of Ethnography. Yale, New Haven, 19310 A list of the tribal and ethnic groups of the world with geographical locations, Approved For Release 2001/08/30 : CIA-RDP62-00634A000100080067-5 Approved For Releagef2001/08/30 : CIA-RDP62-00634A00010431180067-5 Thursdey, April 2. Basic Factor!. in Human Motivation and Behavior - *Benedict, Ruth? Patterns of Culture. Boston, Penguin -9 19460 The anthropological configuration approach to the study of culture? Sections 1,2,3, 7 and 8 axaaine basic concepts in the science of custae, the nature of culture and society and the plate of the individual therein,: *Kluckhohn? Clydeo Mirror for MMn, N.Y., McGraw-Hill, 1949. An account of the relation between anthropological findings and the problen of understanding oneself and other-culture persons. See especially "Personality in Culture" (pp. 196-227). Mead, Margaret and Rhoda Metraux. The Study of Culture at a Distance. Chicago, Univ. of Chicago, 1953. The concepts and technics for studying foreign societies and cultures at a distance; devices useful in training persennel in the United States? Gianni, John. The Wars of Men o N.Y. AppletcnaCentury, 1948? An anthropological approach to understanding man and his society under the he of: the human animal, social life and customs, structure of human relationships, patterning and conditioning in culture, the person and his culture. Murdock, George P. et. al. Outline of Cultural Materials, Yale, New Haven, 1950. The materiale of the cultures of the world organised under caftprehensive headings? A useful checklist for area knowledge of a foreign aociety, The HuMan Relatiore Area files are organised accord- ing to the categories presented here. Redfield, Robert. "How Human Society Operates". In Shapiro, Marry L. Man, Culture and Society? Oxford, 1956. A s'eestAtatement by the late University or Chicago anthropologist giving the main outlines of inter- actions within any human society. Friday, April 3? The Learning Process, *Sargent, So Stanfield and Robert C. Williamson, Social Psychology. N.Y. Renald, 1958. A standard text book on social poychologn See Part II "Basic Factors in Perceiving ant Learning", *Hilgard? Ernest R. Theories of Learning (2d ed.), Appleton-Century- Crofts, 1956. Chapter 14 giros the major points for understanding social peyeholcgical principles underlying the processes of learning - important in onreidering the problems of Warning nee orientations in the foreign society. Life Magazine. Jano 16, 1950. Tour Eyes do deceive you. stowing that vision and perception are two different things mechanical perception of imAges by the eye tmt perception is process in which the MUM to reality supplied by the eye are in terms of experience. Experiment:a - vision is the the mental evisseted Approved For Release 2001/08/30 : CIA-RDP62-00634A000100080067-5 Approved For Release 2001/08/30 : CIA-RDP62-00634A000100080067-5 t4,41 Life Megaeine, Feb, 4, 1957, Were does Psychology go frmn here? A concise 110Vifft4 of the field of peyahelore to be used to further explore the uses of this behavioral science in regard to the specifie preblems of the seminar? Young, Kimballe, eanality and Problems of Adjustment. N.T? Appletan-Century-Crofts, 1952, AND Shaffer, Lauranae F, and Edward J. Shoben. The Psycholccir of Adjustment, %sten, Highton, Mifflin, X956. The two references above are standard works an the problems of adjustment included to provide ready references for pursueing the subject in greater detail, Moab of the theory advanced in such works is based largely an observations fram American. society? Newcomb, Theodore M. and Eugene L. Hartley. Readings in Social Psychology, N.Y? Holt, l9470 A series of papers on pertinent subjects The readings in VI, no. 1 "Frustration. and Aggression", and II "Memory, Judgment, perception, motivation as influenced by social conditions" are eepecially applicable here? (Note: the above references cover the first week of the course) Approved For Release 2001/08/30 : CIA-RDP62-00634A000100080067-5