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Stalking the sociological imagination : J. Edgar Hoover's FBI surveillance of American sociology

Autor: Mike Forrest Keen
Editora: Westport, Conn : Greenwood Press, 1999.
Séries: Contributions in sociology, no. 126.
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"It is now common knowledge that the FBI and its long-time director, J. Edgar Hoover, were responsible for the creation of a massive internal security apparatus that undermined the very principles of freedom and democracy they were sworn to protect. While no one was above suspicion, Hoover appears to have held a special disdain for sociologists and placed many of American sociology's most prominent figures under  Ler mais...
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Gênero/Forma: History
Formato Físico Adicional: Online version:
Keen, Mike Forrest.
Stalking the sociological imagination.
Westport, Conn : Greenwood Press, 1999
(OCoLC)654474922
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Mike Forrest Keen
ISBN: 0313298130 9780313298134
Número OCLC: 40159036
Descrição: x, 235 pages ; 24 cm.
Conteúdos: Introduction --
W.E.B. Du Bois: Sociologist beyond the veil --
Ernest W. Burgess: Security Matter-C --
William Fielding Ogburn: Scientist, statistician, schizophrene --
Robert and Helen Lynd: From Middletown to Moronia --
E. Franklin Frazier: Enfant Terrible --
Pitirim A. Sorokin: Sociological prophet in a priestly land --
No one above suspicion: Talcott Parsons under surveillance --
Testing a concept: Herbert Blumer's loyalty --
Samuel Stouffer: Patriot and practitioner --
Our man in Havana: C. Wright Mills talks, Yankee listens --
The crimefighter and the criminologist: The case of Edwin H. Sutherland and J. Edgar Hoover --
Conclusion.
Título da Série: Contributions in sociology, no. 126.
Responsabilidade: Mike Forrest Keen.

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"It is now common knowledge that the FBI and its long-time director, J. Edgar Hoover, were responsible for the creation of a massive internal security apparatus that undermined the very principles of freedom and democracy they were sworn to protect. While no one was above suspicion, Hoover appears to have held a special disdain for sociologists and placed many of American sociology's most prominent figures under surveillance. Using documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, this volume portrays the FBI's stalking of the sociological imagination, offering a detailed account of its investigations within the context of an overview of the history of American sociology."--Jacket.

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