A Study in Personality Disorganization," student paper, n. Jefferson Robinette recalls a lifetime of labor in textile mills, furniture factories, and a dairy. Senator Jesse Helms describes some of his political positions, and reflects on the state of the Republican Party. I put what I could get in my car and left with my son," said Worsham, 72, who recently returned to Grenada to care for her ailing mother. Guion Griffis Johnson was among the first generation of female professional historians and a pioneer of social history.
Stoyanoff, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. An innovator in both the social and business side of management, Iverson rose to become president of Nucor Steel in , and he quickly restructured the struggling company, moving it to Charlotte in and turning it into a profitable business. Shaw's work proceeded from his experience as a juvenile probation officer and his affiliation with the Institute for Juvenile Research. He was managing editor of the American Sociological Society from , and editor of the American Journal of Sociology from Engagement Study, specific items mentioned in engagement schedule Pt. The Burgess Papers Addenda documents Burgess' career as a Professor of Sociology at the University of Chicago as well as his involvement in a variety of community, social, governmental and research organizations.
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Last Gasp Of Racist State. An Introduction to the Science of Sociology", Her plans for increasing community involvement, protecting the labor rights of black teachers, and educating black voters were often ignored because she was female. In particular, he describes some of his photographs, as well as the impact of the Brown decision and the demise of legal segregation on African American businesses and African American schools, including North Carolina Central College. D'Esposito, Joshua, correspondence to Joseph K. Educated as an economic historian, Mitchell conducted extensive research on the establishment of the cotton textile industry in the South following the Civil War.
The latter comprises raw data, mostly in manuscript form, pertaining to sociological studies of urban life in Chicago. Mabel Pollitzer describes her involvement in the women's suffrage movement in Charleston, South Carolina. Cummings High School in Burlington, NC, reflects on the details of his job and the challenge of race in the post-desegregation atmosphere. In addition, he speculates on schools of thought endorsing political action and economic action within the labor movement, specifically as they related to worker education. She also discusses her efforts on behalf of social justice and her views on race, gender, and environmental issues.