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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
American Sociological Society.
Sociology of rural life.
Chicago, Ill., Pub. for the American Sociological Society by the University of Chicago Press [©1917]
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||American Sociological Society.|
|Notes:||At head of title: Papers and proceedings, Eleventh annual meeting, American Sociological Society, held at Columbus, Ohio, December 27-29, 1916.|
|Description:||vi, 233 pages 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Countryside and nation, by G.E. Vincent.--Country versus city, by W.H. Wilson.--Folk depletion as a cause of rural decline, by E.A. Ross.--The Non-partisan league, by C.E. Russell.--The mind of the farmer, by E.R. Groves.--The development of rural leadership, by G.W. Fiske.--The land problem and rural welfare, by P.L. Vogt.--The consolidated school as a community center, by J.H. Cook. ...|
|Series Title:||American Sociological Society.; Publications|
|Responsibility:||[Managing editor, Scott E.W. Bedford].|