The Americanization of Social Science: Intellectuals and Public Responsibility in the Postwar United States

The Americanization of Social Science Intellectuals and Public Responsibility in the Postwar United States In this a unique history of the America s postwar intellectual David Paul Haney outlines the developoment of sociology as a discipline and why given its focus of study it failed to develop into a

  • Title: The Americanization of Social Science: Intellectuals and Public Responsibility in the Postwar United States
  • Author: David Haney
  • ISBN: 9781592137138
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this, a unique history of the America s postwar intellectual, David Paul Haney outlines the developoment of sociology as a discipline and why, given its focus of study, it failed to develop into a force in the intellectual currents of the United States.Arguing that sociologists attempted to develop both a science and an instrument for the spread of humanistic concern abIn this, a unique history of the America s postwar intellectual, David Paul Haney outlines the developoment of sociology as a discipline and why, given its focus of study, it failed to develop into a force in the intellectual currents of the United States.Arguing that sociologists attempted to develop both a science and an instrument for the spread of humanistic concern about socity, Haney shows how both attempts failed to connect sociology with larger questions of policy and social progress.

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