The Atlanta Sociological Laboratory 1896-1924: A Historical Account of the First American School of Sociology

Wright, Earl
September 2002
Western Journal of Black Studies;Fall2002, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p165
Academic Journal
Provides a historical account of the Atlanta Sociological Laboratory, recognized as the first U.S. school of sociology. Origin of the University of Chicago sociology department; Discussion on the contributions of Atlanta University sociologists and social scientists from the discipline of sociology; Way in which Atlanta University sought to improve the condition of African Americans.


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