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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Conference on the Social Sciences and the Development of the Deep South (1964 : University of Alabama).
Deep South in transformation.
University, University of Alabama Press 
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert Baker Highsaw; University of Alabama.
|Notes:||Sponsored by the University of Alabama faculties of history, philosophy, political science, and sociology-anthropology, the Southeastern American Studies Association, and the Sperry and Hutchinson College Lectureship Program.|
|Description:||175 pages 24 cm|
|Contents:||The social sciences in higher education / Marten ten Hoor --
What kind of America? / Luther H. Hodges --
The social sciences and training for responsible citizenship / Oliver C. Carmichael --
Comments / James L. Miller Jr., Philip G. Hoffmann, John W. Bloomer --
The sociological point of view / Everett C. Hughes --
The political science point of view / Donald S. Strong --
Research needs and potentials / E. William Noland --
The deep South, past and present / Rembert W. Patrick --
Comments / John S. Ezell, Ernest M. Lander Jr., Frank Freidel --
The literature of a changing South / Louis D. Rubin Jr. --
Comments / Carl Benson, Hudson Strode, Walter L. Sullivan.
|Responsibility:||edited by Robert B. Highsaw.|