A Free City and a World in Chains: Being an Interpretative Study of Geneva and the League of Nations

@article{BranfordAFC,
  title={A Free City and a World in Chains: Being an Interpretative Study of Geneva and the League of Nations},
  author={V. Branford},
  journal={The Sociological Review},
  volume={a15},
  pages={265 - 273}
}
LET a preliminary note define the standpoint from w^hich this interpretative study sets out, and indicate its criteria of evaluation. A sociological study may presumably claim to be interpretative, when it exhibits contemporary movements and current affairs in the duplex light of historic antecedents and social aspirations. The aim of sociological analysis is to make explicit in conscious intention some ideal or vision of life presumed to be implicit in the practical endeavours of communal… Expand
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