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|All Authors / Contributors:||
W E B Du Bois; Augustus Granville Dill; Robert Wortham
|ISBN:||9780739116692 9780739116708 073911669X 0739116703|
|Notes:||Originally published in 1914 by The Atlanta University Press as: Morals and manners among Negro Americans : report of a social study made by Atlanta University under the patronage of the trustees of the John F. Slater Fund : with the Proceedings of the 18th annual Conference for the Study of the Negro Problems, held at Atlanta University, on Monday, May 26th, 1913.|
|Description:||xxxvii, 162 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Chapter 1 Morals and Manners: An Introduction by Robert A. Wortham Chapter 2 PROGRAM OF THE EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE Chapter 3 PREFACE Chapter 4 RESOLUTIONS Chapter 5 BIBLIOGRAPHY Chapter 6 1. SCOPE OF THE INQUIRY Chapter 7 2. THE GENERAL PROBLEM Chapter 8 3. THE AMERICAN ENVIRONMENT Chapter 9 4. GOOD MANNERS Chapter 10 5. SOUND MORALS Chapter 11 6. CLEANLINESS Chapter 12 7. PERSONAL HONESTY Chapter 13 8. HOME LIFE Chapter 14 9. REARING OF CHILDREN Chapter 15 10. AMUSEMENTS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Chapter 16 11. CARING FOR OLD PEOPLE Chapter 17 12. THE CHURCH Chapter 18 13. PRESENT CONDITIONS COMPARED WITH PAST Chapter 19 14. CONCLUSION|
|Responsibility:||edited by W.E. Burghardt Du Bois and Augustus Granville Dill ; a reprint of the 1914 edition with an introduction and additional editing by Robert A. Wortham.|
The recent spate of monographs on, and reprints of Du Bois's sociological discourse leaves little room to doubt his pioneering contributions to the development of a distinctly "American" sociology.