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  • Dance as Experience: Pragmatism and Classical Ballet 

    Delinder, Jean Van (Department of Sociology, University of Kansas, 2000-04-01)
    This essay examines the experience of classical ballet and its relationship to everyday life by drawing upon Dewy's emphasis on the importance of integrating the consummatory experience into everyday life, and the necessity ...
  • How to Make Out in Graduate School: One Observer's View 

    Lofland, John (Department of Sociology, University of Kansas, 2000-04-01)
    The establishment of new graduate sociology programs and the rapid expansion of such programs in general have created a deficit of peer socialization as to the latent, unwritten "requirements" of successfully attaining the ...
  • Tests of Concepts in Herbert Blumer's Method 

    Weller, Jack (Department of Sociology, University of Kansas, 2000-04-01)
    Herbert Blumer left tlnclear the bearing of his method on substantive arguments thathemade about socialunrest, socialproblems, public opinion, race relations, andmass society. These argllments cOllldscarcelY have been ...
  • Dewey and the Project of Critical Social Theory 

    Kent, Robert J. (Department of Sociology, University of Kansas, 2000-04-01)
  • The World of Youthful Drug Use 

    Blumer, Herbert; Sutter, Alan; Smith, Roger; Ahmed, Samir (Department of Sociology, University of Kansas, 2000-04-01)
    This report presents the results of our efforts to establish a program designed to induce youthful drug users to abstain from further use of drugs. This program was conducted under Department of Health, Education, and ...
  • Alvin W. Gouldner and the Tragic Vision in Sociology 

    Chriss, James J. (Department of Sociology, University of Kansas, 2000-04-01)
    Alvin Gouldner's life and work is considered within the framework of his own attempt to fashion a reflexive sociology during the second half of his career. In the first half, Gouldner was a functionalist and dutifully ...
  • Science in Social Practice 

    Mead, George Herbert (Department of Sociology, University of Kansas, 2000-04-01)
    This paper represents the text for the Annual Phi Beta Kappa address given at the University of Kansas on Friday evening, March 3, 1911, under the announced title of "Science in Social Practice."
  • Rereading Harry Braverman's Labor and Monopoly Capital After Twenty years 

    Staples, Clifford L.; Staples, William G. (Department of Sociology, University of Kansas, 2000-04-01)
  • Social Thought and Research, Volume 23, Number 1&2 (2000): Front Matter 

    Unknown author (Department of Sociology, University of Kansas, 2000-04-01)

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