fredag 1 februari 2008

Samuel Oliner on the Altruistic Personality and Pro-Social Behavior...

"Samuel Oliner, a Ph.D from the University of California at Berkeley, is Professor of Sociology at Humboldt State University and Founder and Director of the Altruistic Personality and Pro-social Behavior Institute. He is the author and co-author of several dozen publications on the Holocaust, altruism, pro-social behavior, and national and international race relations. He has appeared on numerous national television shows, presented scholarly papers at professional conferences, and has lectured widely in the U.S. and several other countries on the topics of rescuers of Jews in Nazi-occupied Europe, racism and anti-Semitism, war and genocide, and heroic altruism.


2003 Do Unto Others: Extraordinary Acts of Ordinary People.
Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

2001 With Jerrald D. Krause. "Racial and Ethnic Attitudes in Rural
America: Focus on Humboldt County, California." Pp. 11-56 in Humboldt Journal of Social Relations 26:1&2.

2001 "Extraordinary Acts of Ordinary People: Faces of Heroism and Altruism." Pp. 123-139 in Altruism and Altruistic Love: Science, Philosophy and Religion in Dialogue, edited by Stephen Post, Lynn Underwood, Jeffrey Schloss, and William Hurlbut.
Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.

2001. "Heroic Altruism: Heroic and Moral Behavior in a Variety of Settings." Pp. 319-333 in Remembering for the Future: The Holocaust in an Age of Genocide.
New York: Palgrave Publishing.

2000. Narrow Escapes: A Boy's Holocaust Memories and Their Legacy.
St. Paul, MN: Paragon House.

1998 Reviewer: "An Examination of the Effects of Residential and Church Integration Upon Racial Attitudes." Sociological Perspectives.

1998 "Rescuers of Jews in Nazi-Europe." Pp. 496-499 in the

Encyclopedia of Genocide, Vol. II.
Jerusalem, Israel: Institute on the Holocaust and Genocide, Israel.

1998 "Rescuers of Jews during the Holocaust: A Portrait of Moral Courage." Chapter

in The Holocaust and History, edited by Michael Berenbaum and Abraham Peck. A Project of the
United States Holocaust Memorial Council. University of Illinois Press.

1997. Race, Ethnicity and Gender: A Global Perspective. Co-editor, Phillip T. Gay.
Dubuque, IO: Kendall/Hunt Publishing.

1996 "Sorokin's Vision of Altruistic Love as a Bridge to Human Consensus." Pp. 201-214 in Sorokin and Civilization: A Centennial Assessment. Co-author, Paul Crosbie. Joseph B. Ford, et al (editors).
New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction Books.

1996. Who Shall Live: The Wilhelm Bachner Story. Co-author, Kathleen Lee.
Chicago, IL: Academy Chicago Publishers.

1995. Toward a Caring Society: Ideas into Action. Co-author, Pearl M. Oliner.
Westport, CN: Praeger Publishing.

1992 "Sharing Moral Values." Paper presented at conference in
San Rafael, California. Sponsored by the Foundation for Rescuers.

1992. Embracing the Other: Philosophical, Psychological, and Historical Perspectives on Altruism. Co-editor, Pearl M. Oliner.
New York: New York University Press.

1991 "Altruism: Antidote to Human Conflict." Humboldt Journal of Social Relations16, 2: 1-38.

1989 "Righteous People in the Holocaust." Co‑author, Pearl M. Oliner, edited by Israel Charney.

1988 (1992) The Altruistic Personality: Rescuers of Jews in Nazi
Europe. Co-author, Pearl M. Oliner. New York: The Free Press.

1987 "Rescuers of Jews During the Nazi Holocaust: A study in Altruism." Social Science Journal 24, 2.

1986. Restless Memories.
Berkeley, CA: Judah L. Magnes Museum.

He is the recipient of the Scholar of the Year Award at
Humboldt State University."

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