1990-1999

1990-1999

1990

348.0 VENTURING TO DEVELOP: FORCES THAT PROMOTE ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION AT THE LEADING EDGE AND ON THE FAR PERIPHERY.  Urbana, IL: Institute of Government and Public Affairs, vi & 32 pp.

349.0 THE METROPLEX IN MAPS.  A SOCIAL BASELINE, 1980.  Richardson, TX: Bruton Center for Development Studies, ii & 74 pp.

350.0 “Changes in Population and Society: 7 – Urbanization.”  In B. L. Turner II, et al., eds., THE EARTH AS TRANSFORMED BY HUMAN ACTION.  GLOBAL AND REGIONAL CHANGES IN THE BIOSPHERE OVER THE PAST 300 YEARS.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 103-119.

350.1 Reprinted in J. Marzluff ed., URBAN ECOLOGY.  AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE INTERACTION BETWEEN HUMANS AND NATURE.  Springer, 2007.

351.0 “Urban Systems by the Third Millennium: A Second Look,” JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHY 89: 98-100.

352.0 “The Processes Driving Residential Differentiation.”   With Paul A. Waddell.  In Leon Deben, William Heinemeijer and Dick van der Vaart, eds., RESIDENTIAL DIFFERENTIATION.  Centrum voor Grootstedelijk Onderzoek, Universiteit van Amsterdam, 16-71.

353.0 “Power of the Macroscope” in HORIZON RESEARCH MAGAZINE II: 2-3.

354.0 “Biographical Sketch-Brian J. L. Berry.”  In G. S. Dunbar, ed., MODERN GEOGRAPHY: AN ENCYCLOPEDIC SURVEY.  New York and London: Garland Publ. Inc., 16.

355.0 “Central-Place Theory.”  In G.S. Dunbar, ed., MODERN GEOGRAPHY: AN ENCYCLOPEDIC SURVEY.  New York and London: Garland Publ. Inc., 28-29.

356.0 “Location Theory.”  In G. S. Dunbar, ed., MODERN GEOGRAPHY: AN ENCYCLOPEDIC SURVEY.  New York and London: Garland Publ. Inc., 106-107.

357.0 “North Dallas Poised for Recovery,” THE REGISTER, Thursday, Feb. 22, Business p. 3.

Reviews:

358.0 Life Space and Economic Space: Essays in Third World Planning  (John Friedmann) in ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND CULTURAL CHANGE 38: 872-7.

359.0 The Mells.  Surname Geography, Family History (J.D. Porteous) in PROGRESS IN HUMAN GEOGRAPHY 14: 303-6.

360.0 Urbanism, Colonialism and the World-Economy.  Cultural and Spatial Foundations of the World Urban System (Anthony D. King) in JOURNAL OF ASIAN STUDIES 49: 617-9.

Genealogy:

361.0 NORTHERN NECK FAMILIES: THE ANCESTRY OF SUSAN FRANCES CHAPMAN. ALEXANDER, CHAPMAN AND PEARSON PLUS CONNECTING LINES INCLUDING THE BALLS, MACRAES AND WASHINGTONS.  McKinney TX: Prestige Printers, Inc.

361.1 Reprint Edition by Higginson Books of Salem MA, 2000.

361.2 Also available on microfilm and microfiche and in electronic form from the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City.

362.0 THE SHAPLEY CONNECTION.  Vol. 3, Nos. 1-3.

1991

363.0 LONG-WAVE RHYTHMS IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND POLITICAL BEHAVIOR.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, xiv & 242 pp.

363.1 KEIKI NO CHOHA TO SEIJI KODO.  Japanese-language edition.  Tokyo: Aki Shobo Co. Ltd., 1995.

363.2 Chapter 1 reprinted in Christopher Freeman, ed.  LONG WAVE THEORY.  Cheltenham, England: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1995.

363.3 Reprint Edition by Ingram Book Co.:  Lightning Print Books, 1998.

364.0 “How Sticky is Urbanward Migration?  Evidence for the United States, 1850-1980,” URBAN GEOGRAPHY 12: 283-290.

365.0 “The Pace of Indian Urbanization.” With Vibhooti Shukla.  GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS 23: 185-209.

365.1 Reprinted in Vibhooti Shukla, URBANIZATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH.  Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1996, 179-211.

366.0 “Long Waves in American Urban Evolution.”  In John Fraser Hart, ed., OUR CHANGING CITIES.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 31-50.

367.0 DEEPER SOCIETAL STRUCTURES – GLIMPSES THROUGH A MACROSCOPE.  Richardson, TX: University of Texas at Dallas.  Seventh Annual Polykarp Kusch Lecture.

368.0 UNDERSTANDING THE METROPLEX: THE REGIONAL BUSINESS CYCLE.  Richardson, TX: Bruton Center for Development Studies, University of Texas at Dallas.

369.0 “Population Pressures as Environmental Problems.”  In M.D. Prager, ed., THE ENVIRONMENT AS AN ETHICAL ISSUE.  Dallas, TX: Temple Emanu-El, 1-7.

Genealogy:

370.0 YANKEE HERITAGE.  A SISSON ANCESTRY.  McKinney TX: Prestige Printers, Inc.

370.1 Reprint Edition by Higginson Books Ltd. of Salem MA, 1995.

370.2 Also available on microfilm and microfiche and in electronic form from the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City.

371.0 TEN GENERATIONS OF DESCENDANTS OF DAVID SHAPLEY OF MARBLEHEAD. McKinney TX: Prestige Printers, Inc.

371.1 Reprint Edition by Higginson Books Ltd. of Salem MA, 1995.

371.2 Also available on microfilm and microfiche and in electronic form from the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City.

372.0 WAS MARY FRENCH A SCUDAMORE?  McKinney TX: Prestige Printers, Inc.

373.0 THE SHAPLEY CONNECTION.  Vol. 4, Nos. 1-3.

1992

374.0 AMERICA’S UTOPIAN EXPERIMENTS.  COMMUNAL HAVENS FROM LONG-WAVE CRISES.  Hanover, NH: University Press of New England.  Awarded first Nelson A. Rockefeller Monograph Series Prize.

375.0 DATA FOR DECISIONS.  REQUIREMENTS FOR NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION POLICY MAKING.  Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press for Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Special Report 234, 1992.  viii and 168 pp.  Report of the Committee for the Study of Strategic Transportation Needs, National Research Council.

376.0 “Tolley’s Model: Some More Time Series of Actual and Predicted Urban Growth,” URBAN GEOGRAPHY 13: 557-566.

377.0 “Classics in Human Geography Revisited: B.J.L. Berry’s Geography of Market Centers and Retail Distribution,” PROGRESS IN HUMAN GEOGRAPHY 16: 219-222.

378.0 “Understanding the Metroplex Business Cycle: An Overview,” in Bruton Center for Development Studies, STATE OF THE REGION 1992.  Richardson, TX: The University of Texas at Dallas, 1992, 1-22.

Reviews:

379.0 Soviet Urbanization (O. Medvedkov.  London: Routledge, 1990) in PROGRESS IN HUMAN GEOGRAPHY 16: 467-469.

380.0 Geographical Inquiry and American Historical Problems (Carville Earle.  Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1992) in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 13: 589-592.

381.0 Geography’s Inner Worlds: Pervasive Themes in Contemporary American Geography (Ronald F. Abler, Melvin G. Marcus, and Judy M. Olson, eds.  New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1992) in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 13: 490-502.

Genealogy:

382.0 THE SHAPLEY CONNECTION.  Vol. 5, Nos. 1-3.

1993

383.0 THE GLOBAL ECONOMY.  RESOURCE USE, LOCATIONAL CHOICE, AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE.  With E. C. Conkling and D. Michael Ray.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc.  Second (revised) printing 1994.  Third through fifth printings 1995.

384.0 “Are Long Waves Driven by Techno-Economic Transformations?  Evidence for the U.S. and the U.K.”  With Heja Kim and Hak-Min Kim.  TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING & SOCIAL CHANGE 44: 111-135.

384.1 Reprinted in Christopher Freeman ed., LONG WAVE THEORY.  Cheltenham, England: Edward Elgar Publishing Co., 1995.

385.0 “Challenges to the Monocentric Model.” With Hak-Min Kim.  Introduction to “The Multinodal Metropolis,” specially edited issue of GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS 25: 1-4.

386.0 “Housing Price Gradients: The Intersection of Space and Built Form.”  With Paul Waddell and Irving Hoch.  GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS 25: 5-19.

387.0 “Transnational Urbanward Migration, 1830-1980,” ANNALS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS 83: 389-405.

388.0 “Residential Property Values in a Multinodal Urban Area: New Evidence on the Implicit Price of Location.”  With Paul Waddell and Irving Hoch.  JOURNAL OF REAL ESTATE FINANCE AND ECONOMICS 7: 117-141.

389.0 “Geography’s Quantitative Revolution: Initial Conditions, 1954-1960 – A Personal Memoir,” URBAN GEOGRAPHY 14: 434-441.

389.1 Available in GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM, 1993H.

389.2 Reprinted in Brian J.L. Berry and James O. Wheeler, eds. URBAN GEOGRAPHY IN AMERICA 1950-2000: PARADIGMS AND PERSONALITIES.  NEW YORK: Routledge, 2005.

390.0 LONG TERM ECONOMIC CYCLES AND AMERICAN POLITICS.  Occasional Paper Series No. One.  The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for the Social Sciences at Dartmouth College.

391.0 RACE AND HOUSING IN ALLEGHENY CO. PA.  A report to the U.S. Department of Justice.

392.0 THE DYNAMICS OF RACE AND HOUSING IN OMAHA.  A report to the Omaha Housing Authority.

393.0 “An Alternation of Opposites?” Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 14: 1-2.

394.0 “Should UG Became PC?”  Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 14: 315-316.

Genealogy:

395.0 THE SHAPLEIGH, SHAPLEY AND SHAPPLEY FAMILIES. A COMPREHENSIVE GENEALOGY 1635-1993.  Baltimore MD: Gateway Press, Inc.

395.1 Reprint Edition by Higginson Books Ltd. of Salem MA, 1995.

395.2 Also available on microfilm and microfiche and in electronic form from the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City.

396.0 THE SHAPLEY CONNECTION.  Vol. 6, Nos. 1-3.

1994

397.0 “Riding The Long Wave: Macroeconomics, The Presidency, and Clinton’s Dilemma,” with Edward J. Harpham and Euel Elliott, BUSINESS AND THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD 6: 122-140.

398.0 “Leadership Generations: A Long-Wave Macrohistory,” with Heja Kim.  TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE 46: 1-9.

399.0 “Supply-Side Urbanization?  A Pooled Time Series Analysis,” GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS 26: 93-109.

400.0 “Canons of Reviewing Revisited,” Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 15: 1-3.

401.0 “Housing Prices in Master Planned Communities: Are There Premiums?  The Evidence for Collin County, Texas, 1980-1991,” with Emmanuel Alexandrakis.  URBAN GEOGRAPHY 15: 9-24.

402.0 “Innovation Diffusion and Long Waves.  Further Evidence,” with Heja Kim and Hak-Min Kim.  TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE 46: 289-293.

403.0 “Africa’s Urban Future: From Nation-States to a System of Regions,” in James D. Tarver, ed. HANDBOOK OF URBANIZATION IN AFRICA. Westport CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 439-455.

404.0 “As 2000 Approaches: Millennial Conjectures and Apocalyptic Prophecy,” TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE 47: 115-123.

405.0 “Asian Urban Growth since 1950: Demographic Components, Including Transnational Redistribution,” with Hak-Min Kim, in A.K. Dutt, et al. eds. THE ASIAN CITY: PROCESSES OF DEVELOPMENT, CHARACTERISTICS AND PLANNING.  Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 13-24.

406.0 Response to Michael Dear’s “Science as Political Correctness,” URBAN GEOGRAPHY 15: 106.

407.0 Response to Lawrence Berg’s “Masculinism, Power, and Discourses of Exclusion in Brian Berry’s ‘Scientific’ Geography,” URBAN GEOGRAPHY 15: 288-9.

408.0 “Let’s Have More Policy Analysis,” Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 15: 315-7.

409.0 “Comprehending Complexity,” Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 15: 695-7.

410.0 “Population Explosion is a Passing Phase,” Harte-Hanks Community Newspapers (PLANO, ALLEN, LEWISVILLE Star-Couriers), 6 and 13 Nov. 1994.

411.0 “The Evolution of the Tertiary Sector During the XX Century,” in STORIA DEL SECOLO XX.  Roma: Enciclopedia Italiana.  152 pp.

Reviews:

412.0 Managing Fast Growing Cities (N. Devas and C. Rakodi, eds. Harlow, England: Longman Scientific, 1993) in JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHY 93: 109.

413.0 The Metropolitan Frontier.  Cities in the Modern American West (Carl Abbott, Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1993) in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 15: 778-9.

1995

414.0 “Whither Regional Science?” INTERNATIONAL REGIONAL SCIENCE REVIEW 17: 297-305.

415.0 “Long Swings in American Inequality: The Kuznets Conjecture Revisited,” with Edward J. Harpham and Euel Elliott, PAPERS IN REGIONAL SCIENCE 74: 153-174.

415.1 Reprinted in Kingsley E. Haynes, Kenneth J. Button and Peter Nijkamp, eds., REGIONAL DYNAMICS.  Cheltenham, England: Edward Elgar Publishing Co., 1996.

416.0 “Changes in First World Urban Systems During the Twentieth Century,” in STORIA DEL SECOLO XX.  Roma: Enciclopedia Italiana.  52 pp.

417.0 “Peer Review.  Is It Working?”  Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 16: 655-6.

418.0 “Widening Gaps: The Behavior of Submarket Housing Prices in the Dallas Area, 1979-1993,” with Kyoun-Sup Chung and Paul Waddell, URBAN GEOGRAPHY 16: 722-733.

419.0 “Rents in Cyberspace,” REVIEW OF REGIONAL STUDIES 25: 111-115.

420.0 “The Postmodernist Pursuit of Pragna,” Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 16: 95-7.

421.0 “Capturing Evolving Realities: Statistical Areas for the American Future,” in Donald C. Dahmann and James D. Fitzsimmons, eds. METROPOLITAN AND NONMETROPOLITAN AREAS: NEW APPROACHES TO GEOGRAPHICAL DEFINITION.  Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Population Division Working Paper No. 12: 85-138.

422.0 “Classification Systems for U.S. Cities.”  99 pp.  Report prepared for the Congress of the United States, Office of Technology Assessment as background for THE TECHNOLOGICAL RESHAPING OF METROPOLITAN AMERICA.  Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1995.

Reviews:

423.0 The Challenge of the 21st Century: Managing Technology and Ourselves in a Shrinking World (Harold A. Linstone with Ian I. Mitroff, Albany NY: State University of New York Press, 1994) in TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE 49: 109-111.

424.0 Privilege, Power, and Place.  The Geography of the American Upper Class (Stephen Richard Higley, Lanham MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 1995) in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 16: 272-3.      

1996

425.0 “The Yield Curve as an Electoral Bellwether,” with Edward J. Harpham and Euel Elliott, TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE 51: 281-294.

426.0 “From Malthusian Frontier to Demographic Steady State: The Concordian Birth Rate, 1635-1993,” POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW 22: 207-229.

427.0 “Technology-Driven Forecasts, The Phillips Curve, and Monetary Policymaking.”  TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE 53: 155-167.

428.0 “Long Waves 1790-1990: Intermittency, Chaos, and Control,” with Heja Kim, in L. Douglas Kiel and Euel Elliott, eds. CHAOS THEORY IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES.  Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 215-236.

429.0 “Long Waves of Frontier Development,” in Y. Gradus and H. Lithwick, eds. FRONTIERS IN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT.  London: Rowman & Littlefield, 191-212.

430.0 “Transport and Communications: Issues and Developments Since 1980,” ENCICLOPEDIA DEL NOVOCENTO. Roma: Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana.  36 pp.

431.0 “Variations in Housing Price Depreciation.  The ‘Taste for Newness’ Across Heterogeneous Submarkets,” with Paul Waddell and Kyoun-Sup Chung, URBAN GEOGRAPHY 17: 269-280.

432.0 “Generational Geographies: What Next?” Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 17: 569-571.

433.0 “OTA’s Last Gasp.” Editorial introduction to THE TECHNOLOGICAL RESTRUCTURING OF URBAN AMERICA.  Special Issue of URBAN GEOGRAPHY 17: 671-673.

434.0 “Technology-Sensitive Urban Typology,” URBAN GEOGRAPHY 17: 674-689.

Reviews:

435.0 “The World in One and Two Generations.” Rev. of The World in 2020.  Power, Culture, and Prosperity (Hamish McRae, Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 1994) and The World of 2044. Technological Development and the Future of Society (Charles Sheffield, et al., St. Paul, MN: Paragon House, 1994) in TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE 51: 105-6.

436.0 Les Icariens: The Utopian Dream in Europe and America (Robert P. Sutton, Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1994) in THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW June, 1996: 813.

1997

437.0 THE GLOBAL ECONOMY IN TRANSITION.  With Edgar C. Conkling and D. Michael Ray.  Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.  xiii & 498 pp.  First and second (revised) printings 1997.

438.0 “Long Waves and Geography in the 21st Century,” FUTURES 29: 301-310.

439.0 “The Eyes of the Beholder.” Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 18: 283-285.

440.0 “Spatiotemporal Controls in Housing Price Models,” with Kyoun-Sup Chung and Paul Waddell, URBAN GEOGRAPHY 18: 347-352.

441.0 “Reversal of a Relationship: A Note on the Tertiary Sector,” URBAN GEOGRAPHY 18: 460-467.

442.0 “From Epistemic Universalism to Situated Identities.” Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 18: 471-473.

Reviews:

443.0 “American Apartheid?  On the Matter of Blame.”  Rev. of American Apartheid.  Segregation and the Making of the Underclass (Douglas Massey and Nancy Denton, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1993).  In COMMON KNOWLEDGE 6: 119-121.

444.0 Leading Sectors and World Powers.  The Coevolution of Global Politics and Economics (George Modelski and William R. Thompson, Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1996).  In THE ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE 552: 156-7.

445.0 The Search for the Ultimate Sink.  Urban Pollution in Historic Perspective (Joel A. Tarr, Akron OH: University of Akron Press, 1996).  In ENVIRONMENT 39: 25.

Genealogy:

446.0 BERRY  ROOTS.  ORIGINS AND DISPERSALS IN LANCASHIRE AND YORKSHIRE.  Decorah IA:  Anundsen Publishing Co. 132 pp.

447.0 “Fraud and Error in the Literature on Alexander Shapleigh,” THE GENEALOGICAL JOURNAL 25: 147-160. 

1998

448.0 THE RHYTHMS OF AMERICAN POLITICS.  With Euel W. Elliott, Edward J. Harpham and Heja Kim.  Lanham MD: University Press of America, a branch of Rowman & Littlefield Publ. Group.  xii & 164 pp.

449.0 “On Consilience.”  Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 19: 95-97.

450.0 “Wallerstein’s Middle Ground.”  Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 19: 393-394.

451.0 “Generational Billows? A Comment on Mallmann-Lemarchand,” TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE 59: 31-32.

452.0 “Macroeconomy and Polity.” SOCIOLOGICAL ABSTRACTS. July Congress Supplement: 36.

Review:

453.0 Utopian Vistas.  The Mabel Dodge Luhan House and the American Counterculture (Lois Polken Rudnick, Albuquerque NM: University of New Mexico Press, 1996).  In the AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW, April 1998: 616-7.

Genealogy:

454.0 THOMAS CHAPMAN OF JORDAN’S JOURNEY VA.  Privately printed.

454.1 Reprinted in Journal of the Chapman Family Association, 1998. 

1999

455.0 “Measurement of Campaign Efficiency Using Data Envelopment Analysis.” With Yong-Sheng Chen.  ELECTORAL STUDIES 18: 379-395.

456.0 “Fertility Cycles: A Note on Onset and Periodicity.” POPULATION AND ENVIRONMENT 2: 149-154.

457.0 “Has the Fed Reduced Chaos?” with Heja Kim.  In Euel W. Elliott and Douglas L. Kiel, eds. NONLINEAR DYNAMICS, COMPLEXITY, AND PUBLIC POLICY.  Nova Science Publishers, 47-55.

458.0 “Gentrification Resurgent?”  HOUSING POLICY DEBATE 10: 783-8.

459.0 “Déjà vu, Mr Krugman.”  Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 20: 1-2.

460.0 “Beyond Postmodernism.”  Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 20: 589-590.

Reviews:

461.0 Kondratiev and the Dynamics of Development.  Long Cycles and Industrial Growth in Historical Context (Vincent Barnett, Basingstoke UK: Macmillan Press, Ltd., 1998). In TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE 61: 311-313.

462.0 End of Millennium (Manuel Castells, Oxford UK: Blackwell, 1998).  In PROGRESS IN HUMAN GEOGRAPHY 23: 304-305.

Genealogy:

463.0 JOHN1 LITTLETON OF ACCOMACK CO. VA: HIS FAMILY AND DESCENDANTS (vi and 94 pp.).  Privately printed.

463.1 Reprint Edition by Higginson Books Ltd. of Salem MA, 2000.

463.2 Also available on microfilm and microfiche and in electronic form from the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City.

463.3 Incorporated with my permission into Moody K. Miles’ essay of the same name in M.F. Carey, B.W. Miles and M.K. Miles, COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE EASTERN SHORE OF VA. Vol. 4.  Lewes DE: Colonial Books, 2009.

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