Anti-totalitarian liberal scholar of comparative politics
Social worker who played a crucial role in rebuilding social work in postwar Germany
This institute was established to help Austria overcome the intellectual depletion caused by authoritarian regimes in the 1930s and 1940s.
Internationally renowned proponent of social group work
Sociologist who introduced French Structuralism to the United States
Sociologist and expert in media and market research
Social worker who introduced family therapy in Germany
Émigré jurist and transatlantic advocate for family law reform
Child Life specialist and early childhood educator
Early attempt in media audience research involving many European emigres
Psychologist and social worker
<em>The Christian Science Monitor,</em> September 26, 1950
Aiding émigré scholars and promoting the development of the American social sciences
Social worker who helped rebuild social services in post-World War II Europe.
Social scientist, market and opinion researcher
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