The Theory of the Leisure Class: An Economic Study of Institutions

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THE THEORY OF SOCIALIZATION.

A Syllabus of the Principles of Sociology.
FOR THE USE OF COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY CLASSES.

FRANKLIN HENRY GIDDINGS

Professor of Sociology in Columbia University.

With References to "The Principles of Sociology" by
the same Author.

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"The Theory of Socialization" is intended for the use of college and university classes. This book and "The Principles of Sociology " together constitute a text-book for the advanced student of the subject. "The Theory of Socialization" presents the chief theoretical principles of sociology in a compact form and consecutive order, and illustrates many of them with new examples. The consciousness of kind is fully analyzed, and the modes of resemblance which underlie the consciousness of kind are described in detail. The reaction of the consciousness of kind upon the individualistic motives is explained, and it is shown that it is through the modification of individualistic motives by the consciousness of kind that the true social forces arise. The process by which these social forces are developed into an organized social control is fully treated, and a practical bearing is given to the whole philosophy of the subject by an examination of its relation to the democratic programme of liberty, equality, and fraternity.

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