Sociology and Scientism

Sociology and Scientism

During the 1920s a new generation of American sociologists tried to make their discipline more objective by adopting the methodology of the natural sciences. Robert Bannister provides the first comprehensive account of the emergence of this "objectivism" within the matrix of the evolutionism of Lester Ward and other founders of American sociology.

Objectivism meant confining inquiry to the observable externals of social behavior and quantifying the results. Although… (more)

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Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press (February 01, 2014)

Page count: 312 pages

Language: English


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