Civics: as Applied Sociology
|Civics: as Applied Sociology (1905) (1905)
|Part 1: Read before the Sociological Society at a Meeting in the School of Economics and Political Science (University of London), Clare Market, W.C., at 5 p.m., on Monday, July 18th, 1904; the Rt. Hon. CHARLES BOOTH, F.R.S., in the Chair.
Part 2: Read before the Sociological Society at a Meeting in the School of Economics and Political Science (University of London), Clare Market, W.C., on Monday, January 23rd, 1905, the Rt. Hon. CHARLES BOOTH, F.R.S., in the Chair.
- A—The Geographic Survey of Cities
- B—The Historic Survey Of Cities
- C—The Citizen in Process of Development
- D—The Applied Sociology of the Present
- E—Cities, Present and Future
- F—Literature of Civics
- Written Communications
- Press Comments
- A—Introduction: The Need of Civic Surveys
- B—Initial Methods of Concrete Survey
- C—Geographical Determinism and Its Difficulties
- D—Need of Abstract Method for Notation and for Interpretation
- E—The City-Complex and Its Usual Analysis
- F—Proposed Methodical Analysis
- G—Analysis Continued.—(2) The School
- H—Town and School Compared
- I—Development of School, and Its Reaction Upon Town
- J—From "School" to "Cloister"
- K—The City Proper
- L—The City Complied: Town, School, Cloister, and City Proper
- M—The Historic City-Complex
- N—The Evils of The City
- O—A Civic Symbol and Its Meaning
- P—Forecast of City Development. Special and General
- Q—Glasgow as Typical of Civic Transition—from "Paleotechnic" to "Neotechnic"
- R—A Practical Proposal—A Civic Exhibition
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