Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1920-1921 Page: 60
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60 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
125.-Rural Social Development.
A course dealing with problems of rural social development and
constructive measures for the improvement of rural social conditions.
Text: Vogt, Introduction to Rural Sociology.
This course offers an interpretation of the nature, processes, institutions,
and problems of education in terms of their social relations.
It shows the various institutions in their socialization of the individual
through his participation in activites having social significance.
Texts: King, Education for Social Efficiency; O'Shea, Education
and Social Development; Robbin's, Introduction to Educational Sociology.
A course dealing with social problems in everyday life. Text to be
A suplimentary course to Sociology 312, dealing with vital statistics
and their uses, population, immigration, marriage, divorce, etc. Text:
Ellwood, Modern Social Problems.
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