Images of Inequality in Early Canadian Sociology, 1922-1965

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Images of Inequality in Early Canadian Sociology, 1922-1965
Abstract
A description and critique of the "images of inequality" -- the theories of class and power -- in the writings of four of Canada's most important pioneer sociologists: Carl Dawson, Everett Hughes, S.D. Clark and John Porter. Carl Dawson established the Department of Sociology at McGill University in 1922 and servers as its chairperson until 1952. Everett Hughes joined McGill's Department of Sociology in 1927 and taught there until 1938.
Type
PhD dissertation
University
University of Toronto
Place
Toronto, ON
Date
1985
Language
en
Citation
Helmes-Hayes, Richard Charles. “Images of Inequality in Early Canadian Sociology, 1922-1965.” PhD dissertation, University of Toronto, 1985.
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