Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1923-1924 Page: 84
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84 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
of education in terms of their social relations. It shows the
various institutions in their socialization of the individual
through his participation in activities having social significance.
Texts: King, Education for Social Efficiency; O'Shea,
Education and Social Development; Robbin's, Introduction to
312.-The Family. This course considers the development
of the family as a social institution. The importance of the
stability of the family is stressed. Various concepts of the
family are examined and an attempt is made to discover a
solid foundation for this institution. Lectures, special assignments
323.-Applied Sociology. A supplementary course to Sociology
312, dealing with vital statistics and their uses, population,
immigration, marriage, divorce, etc. Text: Ellwood,
Modern Social Problems.
335.-The American Negro. A study of the history and
racial characteristics of the American Negro; his present social,
economic, moral, educational, and political status.
343.-Crime and Prevention. A study of the history and
nature of crime, prison reform, the criminal and the prevention
of crime through education and religious training. Text:
Wines, Punishment and Reformation.
353.-The City. The history and present status of the
city, its population, government, and relationship to the state.
Special emphasis on the American city and the social problems
concerned. Criticism of the city and its life.
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