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  • Language of Material: English
    Contributing Institution: Department of Special Collections and University Archives
    Title: Frank Hawkinshire papers
    Identifier/Call Number: SC1596
    Physical Description: 30 Linear Feet
    Date (inclusive): 1969-2017
    Physical Location: Special Collections and University Archives materials are stored offsite and must be paged 36-48 hours in advance. For more information on paging collections, see the department's website: http://library.stanford.edu/spc .

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    While Special Collections is the owner of the physical and digital items, permission to examine collection materials is not an authorization to publish. These materials are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. Any transmission or reproduction beyond that allowed by fair use requires permission from the owners of rights, heir(s) or assigns. See: http://library.stanford.edu/spc/using-collections/permission-publish

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    [identification of item] Collection Name (Call Number). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

    Biographical / Historical

    Frank B.W. Hawkinshire, V. was Stanford University's first tenured Black professor in Educational Psychology from 1967-1971. Dr. Hawkinshire received his A.B. and M.C. degrees in Criminology from the University of California - Berkeley, and his Ph.D. in Social Psychology, Physiological Psychology, and Curriculum Design from the University of Michigan. He was also enrolled as a student in the Stanford University Medical School from 1959-1961. Dr. Hawkinshire's major research interests were: Formal Social Organizational Planning and Program Design, including the development of several planning techniques (Componential Analysis, Rationalistic Analysis, Social Design Documentation, Transition Zone Analysis, and Holistic Problem Solving Model), and Theoretical Social and Psychological Models of Human Behavior, Psychophysiological and Social Psychological Assessment of Human Behavior. The focus of his academic interests have been on the applications of sociology, psychology, and physiology to solving social problems.