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2 Sam Strong published a paper on this topic in The Midwest Sociologist somewhere between 1954 and 1956. That journal, under the editorship of Paul Meadows at the time, has since been re-named The Sociological Quarterly.
3 In the last of a series of three articles in The Washington Post, Rensberger (1994) documents the liklihood of federal research resources shifting steadily in the near future from basic to applied research.
4 The origins and traditions of sociology both in Britain and the U.S. emerged as efforts to understand and resolve social problems. Until the invasion of the science creatures shortly after the second world war, sociologists were by and large do-gooders, reformers, preachers, and the like. It is not at all difficult for sociological practice to discover heroic ancestors among them.
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