The Bureau of Social Science Research existed from 1950 to 1986 as a non-profit research institution for the conduct of research in basic and applied social science. The overall mission of the Bureau was the development of social theory and research methods and their application to contemporary social problems. The administrative and project records in the collection reflect the Bureau's principle areas of interest, including mass communication, urban studies, occupational and military sociology, higher and vocational education, social welfare, criminology and criminal justice administration, and the social research enterprise.
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