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- A Peculiarity of the English? The Social Science Association and the Absence of Sociology in Nineteenth-Century Britain
- Lawrence Goldman
- Past & Present, No. 114 (Feb., 1987), pp. 133-171
- Subjects: Sociology
- Key terms: science, association, tran, reform, congress, sociology, scientific, intellectual, sessional, london, buckle, holyoake, brougham, victorian, chadwick, political, address, gladstone, stanley, presentnumb, parliament, economy, education, public, liberal
- CiteRank: 0.5058
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