MYTHS OF THE CHICAGO SCHOOL



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2 Chicagoans as ameliorists

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4 The quantitative tradition at Chicago

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6 G.H. Mead and the Chicagoans
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Myths of the Chicago School

List of appendices

Appendix 1: Personnel in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Chicago 1982–1963 (Electronic version of this appendix is being reconstructed)

Appendix 2: The Local Community Research Committee publications 1923–1929

Appendix 3: The Society for Social Research at the University of Chicago

Appendix 4: Courses offered in sociology by the Department of Sociology and Anthropology

Appendix 5: PhD Theses

Appendix 6: Survey of 42 PhD theses in Sociology at Chicago 1915–1950

Appendix 7: A note on documentary sources

 

 

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