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Social Processes: How Societies an Populations Adapt to Change
1966 The Structure of District Administration, Anti-administration Activity and Political Instability. Human Organization 25:312-20.
1976 The Human Consequences of Social Change: Physiological, Psychological, and Behavioral Involvement. Bibliography. Duplicated. (Preface and 72 pages. Available from G. N. Appell. Price $8.00.)
1980 The Social Separation Syndrome. Survival International Review 5, 1:13-15.
1984 Freeman's Refutation of Mead's Coming of Age in Samoa: The Implications for Anthropological Inquiry. The Eastern Anthropologist 37:183-214.
1985 Introduction. Integration of the Periphery to the Center: Processes and Consequences. In Modernization and the Emergence of a Landless Peasantry: Essays on the Integration of Peripheries to Socioeconomic Centers edited by G. N. Appell. Studies in Third World Societies Publication No. 33. Williamsburg, Virginia: Studies in Third World Societies.
1986 The Health Consequences of Development. Sarawak Museum Journal 36:43-74.
1988 Introduction to the Essays. In Choice and Morality in Anthropological Perspective: Essays in Honor of Professor Derek Freeman, edited by G. N. Appell and T. N. Madan. Buffalo: State University of New York Press.
1994 Declining Health Status as an Indicator of Human Rights Violations in Development and Planned Social Change. Working Paper 12. Phillips, ME: Social Transformation and Adaptation Research Institute.
1997 The Ecological and Social Consequences of Conversion to Christianity Among the Rungus Dusun of Sabah, Malaysia. In Sociocultural Change, Development and Indigenous Peoples, edited by Tan Chee-Beng. Contributions to Southeast Asian Ethnography No. 11:61-99.