Tucson, AZ 85721, United States
The University of Arizona where Harland Padfield received a Doctor of Philosophy degree.
(A sociological and anthropological study of the effects o...)
A sociological and anthropological study of the effects of job creation, and its many practical and theoretical findings. This book is of particular interest to antipoverty officials and researchers, industrial managers and union officials, and social scientists who deal with poverty, the ghetto and the industrial enterprise generally.
Harland Padfield studied at the University of Arizona and received there a Doctor of Philosophy degree.
Harland Padfield started his career as a faculty member at the University of Arizona. He held this post for nearly fifteen years. Padfield also worked overseas in rural Mexico and East Africa and did extensive field research in Arizona, Oregon and California. Later he became a professor of applied and behavioral anthropology at Oregon State University. After leaving Oregon State University Padfield started to work at the University of California. He often took his students on field trips to study and observe the living and working conditions of migrant workers.
Harland Padfield wrote his first book Farmers, Workers, and Machines together with William E. Martin. Later Padfield published such books as Issues in Development Research, Stay Where You Were: A Study of Unemployables in Industry and The Dying Community. Due to his illness and death, he was unable to complete his semi-autobiographical text, "Model-T Desert: My Common Life in Rural Arizona during the Early Days of the Salt River Project."
(A sociological and anthropological study of the effects o...)1973
Harland Padfield was a kind person who cared deeply about people, especially the underprivileged.
Harland Padfield married Marianne Carter in July 1949. The marriage produced three children. Later the couple divorced and in December 1979 Padfield married Sharon Baier. The marriage produced one son.