Sidney Verba

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Sidney Verba (May 26, 1932 – March 4, 2019) was an American political scientist, librarian and library administrator.wikipedia
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Harvard Library

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He was the Carl H. Pforzheimer University Professor at Harvard University and also served Harvard as the director of the Harvard University Library from 1984 to 2007.
Some books were digitized within the Google Books Library Project, which began as a project developed with leadership and oversight by former Director Sidney Verba.

Comparative politics

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His academic interests were mainly American and comparative politics.

Kay Lehman Schlozman

Verba earned his Ph.D. at Princeton in 1959; and in 1963, he was named as a co-author with Almond in The Civic Culture: Political Attitudes and Democracy in Five Nations. He built on the theory of civic culture that was developed in this book with many of his students and collaborators, including Kay Lehman Schlozman and Henry E. Brady, over the following half century.
She worked closely with Sidney Verba for nearly 50 years, first as his student and then as his collaborator.

The Civic Culture

analysis of political participationThe Civic Culture: Political Attitudes and Democracy in Five Nations
Verba earned his Ph.D. at Princeton in 1959; and in 1963, he was named as a co-author with Almond in The Civic Culture: Political Attitudes and Democracy in Five Nations. He built on the theory of civic culture that was developed in this book with many of his students and collaborators, including Kay Lehman Schlozman and Henry E. Brady, over the following half century.
The Civic Culture or The Civic Culture: Political Attitudes and Democracy in Five Nations is a 1963 political science book by Gabriel Almond and Sidney Verba.

Gabriel Almond

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Verba himself argued that issues having to do political participation have become central in America's political discourse today; but he attributes his initial interest in the subject to the prescient encouragement of his mentor, Professor Gabriel Almond at Princeton University.
His most famous work was The Civic Culture (1963), co-authored with Sidney Verba.

Designing Social Inquiry

Designing Social Inquiry: Scientific Inference in Qualitative ResearchKing, Keohane & Verba
Designing Social Inquiry: Scientific Inference in Qualitative Research is a 1994 book written by Gary King, Robert Keohane, and Sidney Verba that lays out guidelines for conducting qualitative research.

Norman H. Nie

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While a graduate student at Stanford, Nie was faced with the daunting task of analyzing data from thousands of individual responses to a survey questionnaire he collected from seven nations with his advisor and mentor Sidney Verba.

Political science

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Sidney Verba (May 26, 1932 – March 4, 2019) was an American political scientist, librarian and library administrator.

Librarian

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Sidney Verba (May 26, 1932 – March 4, 2019) was an American political scientist, librarian and library administrator.

Politics of the United States

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His academic interests were mainly American and comparative politics.

Carl Pforzheimer

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He was the Carl H. Pforzheimer University Professor at Harvard University and also served Harvard as the director of the Harvard University Library from 1984 to 2007.

Harvard University

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He was the Carl H. Pforzheimer University Professor at Harvard University and also served Harvard as the director of the Harvard University Library from 1984 to 2007.

Harvard College

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Verba was educated at Harvard College and Princeton University, and served on the faculty of Princeton, Stanford University, and the University of Chicago, before returning to Harvard, where he would spend the rest of his career.

Princeton University

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Verba himself argued that issues having to do political participation have become central in America's political discourse today; but he attributes his initial interest in the subject to the prescient encouragement of his mentor, Professor Gabriel Almond at Princeton University. Verba was educated at Harvard College and Princeton University, and served on the faculty of Princeton, Stanford University, and the University of Chicago, before returning to Harvard, where he would spend the rest of his career. He began graduate school in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, intending to join the foreign service, but transferred to Princeton's politics department and earned a PhD.

Stanford University

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Verba was educated at Harvard College and Princeton University, and served on the faculty of Princeton, Stanford University, and the University of Chicago, before returning to Harvard, where he would spend the rest of his career.

University of Chicago

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Verba was educated at Harvard College and Princeton University, and served on the faculty of Princeton, Stanford University, and the University of Chicago, before returning to Harvard, where he would spend the rest of his career.

Brooklyn

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Verba grew up in Brooklyn, New York, where his family ran a "small mom-and-pop dry goods store and always worried about money."

Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs

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He began graduate school in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, intending to join the foreign service, but transferred to Princeton's politics department and earned a PhD.

Thaddeus William Harris

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When Verba retired from the post, he had served longer than anyone else who had held the title of director of the University Library; and not since Thaddeus Harris, whose tenure (1831–1856) straddled the card catalog revolution of the 19th century, had anyone spent so long at the top of Harvard's libraries.