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Against Epistemic Apartheid: W.E.B. Du Bois and the Disciplinary Decadence of Sociology
Prior studies have documented how deindustrialization poses a bleak outlook for both individuals and their communities: longterm unemployment, elevated poverty, and the erosion of once vital areas.Expand
The development of the muscles and tendons in the lower leg and foot of chick embryos
  • R. Wortham
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of morphology
  • 1 July 1948
SPIRITUAL CAPITAL AND THE “GOOD LIFE”
The association among values, norms, roles and social structures is one of the major cornerstones of sociology. Since the publication of Bellah and company's Habits of the Heart (1996), moreExpand
W.E.B. DU BOIS, THE BLACK CHURCH, AND THE SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY OF RELIGION
During his early sociological period (1896–1914), Du Bois published several empirically-based studies on the Black Church. Many topics were addressed that are relevant to the contemporary study ofExpand
THE 2000 NORTH CAROLINA RELIGIOUS ADHERENCE RATE: A DEMOGRAPHIC EXPLANATION
An area's religious adherence rate may be impacted by such factors as community stability, deregulated religious markets, educational attainment, income level, the sex ratio, and a population's ageExpand
The Sociological Insight of W.E.B. Du Bois
W.E.B. Du Bois discussed key aspects of the new field of sociology in his early writings. This article presents Du Bois’ conception of the developing field and his sociological perspective based onExpand
URBAN NETWORKS, DEREGULATED RELIGIOUS MARKETS, CULTURAL CONTINUITY AND THE DIFFUSION OF THE ISIS CULT
In an empirical study on the diffusion of the Isis cult throughout 44 major cities of the Greco-Roman world, Hegedus concludes that the expansion of the Isis cult was linked to an urban location'sExpand
An experimental study on the featherpigmenting and subcutaneous melanophores in the silkie fowl.
Population Growth and the Demographic Transition in Kenya
  • R. Wortham
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • International sociology : journal of the…
  • 1 June 1993
This paper focuses on patterns of population growth in Kenya. The historical pattern of population growth from the close of the nineteenth century to 1992 is explored in the first two major sections.Expand
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