Excerpt from A Group-Discussion Syllabus of Sociology: Topics, Questions and References for an Introductory College Course
Throughout the course, the point of view was objective, historical, non-individualistic, dynamic, and with constant reference to the tesalts and the findings of the newer psychology, particularly in its social aspects. Concrete, current material was constantly in evidence as examples of social facts and their settings. That aspect of sociology from which it might be considered as the science which defines progress and outlines the means of attaining it has a prominent position.
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