Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1922-1923 Page: 84
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participation in activities having social significance. Texts: King,
Education for Social Efficiency; O'Shea, Education and Social
Development; Robbin's, Introduction to Educational Sociology.
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 and reports.
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
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.
215.-Principles of Economics. The principles of economics
of the present will be studied in this course. The course will deal
with value, production, and distribution. Text: Fetter, Principles
of Political Economy.
225.-Principles of Economics. This is a continuation of
course 215. Some time will be devoted to monopolies, money,
and banking, labor organization, railways, agriculture, and other
economic problems. Text: Fetter, Modern Economic Problems.
233.-Rural Economics. A study of economy as it meets the
demands and problems of the rural population of our country.
Text: Carver, Rural Economics.
315.-Economic History of the United States. A survey of the
economic development of the United States from the first settlement
until the present day. Text: Bogart, Economic History of
the United States.
325.-A continuation of course 315.
113.-The Government of Europe. This course is a brief
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