Friday, August 30, 2013

Call for Papers

The Social History of American Families is looking for short encyclopedic entries on the following topics (email Joseph Golson at families@golsonmedia.com for more information):

Headword Planned Words
Audio and video tape players 1,000
Automobiles 3,500
Babysitters 900
CD-ROMs 900
Child safety 1,200
Church camps/Bible camps 1,000
Cotillion 1,000
Debutantes 1,000
Disability (parents) 1,200
Discount stores; chain stores 1,000
Dynasties 2,200
Estate planning 1,200
Estate taxes 1,000
Evolutionary theories 2,000
Families First 1,000
Family reunions 1,000
Family Services Association of America 900
Fast food 1,200
Film, 1930s 2,000
Film, 1940s 2,200
Film, 1960s 2,800
Film, 1970s 2,800
Film, 2010s 1,200
Film, Silent 2,000
First Focus 900
Gated communities 1,000
Generation gap 1,200
Generation X 2,000
Genetics and heredity 4,000
German Immigrant families 1,200
Health of American families 2,500
Homemaker 1,200
Human Genome Project 2,200
Indian (Asian) Immigrant families 2,200
Inheritance 2,000
Inheritance tax/death tax 1,200
Irish Immigrant families 2,200
Leisure time 1,000
Middle class families 4,000
Military drafts 1,000
MP3 players 900
National Partnership for Women and Families 900
Natural families 2,000
Personal Computers in the home 2,200
Pets 2,200
Phonographs 900
Poetry 2,200
Polish Immigrant families 2,200
Portable/Personal Devices 2,000
Radio, 1971-2013 2,200
Religious holidays 2,000
Remittances 1,000
Richards, Helen 1,000
Self-help, Culture of 1,200
Social History of American Families: 2001 to the Present 2,000
Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children 1,000
Southwestern families 2,200
Sun City and retirement communities 2,000
Sunday school 1,000
Telephones 1,000
Television, 1970s 2,200
Television, 1990s 2,200
Television, 2000s 2,000
Television, 2010s 1,200
The 47% 2,000
Theater 3,500
Union families 2,000
Vacations 2,200
War on Terror 1,200

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