A History of Sociological Research and Teaching at Catholic Notre Dame University, Indiana (Studies in Religion & Society v. 56)
By: Bernard Donahoe (author), Anthony J. Blasi (author)Hardback
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In a series of documented chapters, this work places the emergence of sociology at Notre Dame in the context of that institution's particular history and of the changing doctrines of Roman Catholicism more generally.
Twentieth century Catholic tension; the Notre Dame story; beginnings of sociology at Notre Dame; the era of Catholic sociology; secular sociology in the hands of safe Catholics; clergy and religious turn to sociology; contested modernization - 1; contested modernization - 2; the origin of Mexican American studies; sociology of religion; secular sociology at Catholic Notre Dame.
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