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  • Secularizing American Higher Education. The Case of Early American Sociology.
    Smith, Christian (2003)
    In Christian Smith (ed.) The Secular Revolution. Power, Interests, and Conflict in the Secularization of American Public Life. Berkeley: University of California Pres,s pp. 97-159.

    Explores the anti-religious views of noted early American sociologists & text books.

    Associated Search Terms: Sociology, origins; Social movement; Historical; Secularization; Education; Sociology
  • The Religious Roots of North American Sociology: In the Footsteps of Tocqueville.
    Lambers-Wallner, Lydia V.E. (1991)
    Social Compass 38:3: 285-300.

    Associated Search Terms: Tocqueville, Alexis de; Sociology, origins
  • Further Reflections on the Development of Sociology and the Social Gospel in America.
    Hadden, Jeffrey K., Charles F. Longino, Jr., and Myer S. Reed, Jr. (1974)
    Sociological Analysis 35:4: 282-286.

    Critique of an attempt to link the origins of American sociology to the social gospel movement.

    Associated Search Terms: Sociology, origins; Social Gospel movement, U.S.A.
  • The Development of Sociology and the Social Gospel in America.
    Morgan, J. Graham (1969)
    Sociological Analysis 30:1: 42-53.

    Parallels of late 19th century sociology with the tenets of the Social Gospel movement made sociology an acceptable course in many U.S. denominational colleges; this contributed to the discipline's rapid growth in the U.S.

    Associated Search Terms: Sociology; Sociology, origins; Social Gospel movement
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