Sociology and Modern Social Problems

Author: C.A. Ellwood
Language: English
Wordcount: 86,128 / 270 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 27.5
LoC Category: HM
Downloads: 1,774
mnybks.net#: 2500
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: Non-fiction
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another and to institutions. Such problems are, for example, the influence of various elements in the physical environment upon the social organization; or, again, the influence of various elements in human nature upon the social order. These problems are, then, problems of society in a hypothetically stationary condition or at rest. For this reason Comte, the founder of modern sociology, called the division of sociology which deals with such problems Social Statics. But the problems which are of most interest and importance in sociology are those of social evolution. Under this head we have the problem of the origin of society in general and also of various forms of association. More important still are the problems of social progress and social retrogression; that is, the causes of the advancement of society to higher and more complex types of social organization and the causes of social decline. The former problem, social progress, is in a peculiar sense the central problem of sociology. The effor

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