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An Introduction to The Study of Society. [Includes six coloured charts/maps of: 1.The First Settlement / 2. The Rural Group / 3. The Village / 4. The City / 5. Postal Routes arranged about Indianapolis as a Center / 6. A Chart designed to show the distribution of functions at various stages of social organization /
New York and others: American Book Company. Excellent condition of the modern binding. New endpapers. Some very few pencil annotations on the rear endpaper. Very few fine pencil annottaions within the text (erasable). Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Rare !. New York and others, American Book Company, 1894. 19cm x 14cm. 384 (6) pages. First Edition bound in modern Hardcover. Blue cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Excellent condition of the modern binding. New endpapers. Some very few pencil annotations on the rear endpaper. Very few fine pencil annottaions within the text (erasable). Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Rare ! Includes for Example: The Beginnings of Sociology/ The Development of Sociology/ The Relation of Sociology to the Special Social Sciences/ The Relation of Sociology to Social Reforms/ The Organic Conception of Society/ The Natural History of a Society/ The Family on the Farm/ The Rural Group/ The Village/ Town and City/ The Social Elements: Land and Population/ The Primary Social Group: The Family/ Social Aggregates and Organs: The Manifoldness of the Individual/ The Psycho-physical Communicating Apparatus/ The Life of Society in General: The Functions of the Family/ The Functions of Society as Performed by Organs/ Pathology in General: the Pathology of the Family/ The Pathology of Social Organs: the Characteristics of Disease/ The Phenomena of Social Psychology in General/ Social Consciousness- the Phenomena of Authority/ Certain Laws of Social Psychology- Social Intelligence and Feeling/ Social Volition and Execution- Morality and Law/ Recapitulation etc. Albion Woodbury Small (May 11, 1854 – March 24, 1926) founded the first Department of Sociology in the United States at the University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois in 1892. He was influential in the establishment of sociology as a valid field of academic study. Small was born in Buckfield, Maine and grew up in Bangor, Maine. He studied theology from 1876 to 1879 at the Andover Newton Theological School. From 1879 to 1881 he studied at the University of Leipzig and the University of Berlin in Germany history, social economics and politics. From 1888 to 1889 he studied history at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland and was promoted in 1889 with a Ph.D. thesis (The Beginnings of American Nationality) at the same time continuing to teach at Colby College. From 1889-1892 he was the 10th President of Colby. In 1892 he founded the first Department of Sociology at the University of Chicago. He chaired this department for over 30 years. In 1894 he, along with George E. Vincent, published the first textbook in sociology: An introduction to the study of society. In 1895 he established the American Journal of Sociology. From 1905 to 1925 he served as Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Literature at the University of Chicago. (Wikipedia)
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