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Gary Y. Imperialism, both discursive and material, extended European rule over space-time, land and water, and peoples. Those impositions of order were exertions of power to establish rule and subjection.
Robert E. Park
Gary Y. Imperialism, both discursive and material, extended European rule over space-time, land and water, and peoples. Those impositions of order were exertions of power to establish rule and subjection. Sign In or Create an Account. Advanced Search. User Tools. Sign In.
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Related to: Cad. CRH ;23 58 : 0. This paper is part of the theoretical concerns of the author on the reception of the "Chicago School" in Brazil. It analyzes the passage of Robert Park in the late '30s in Bahia, his motivations and the effects on international social sciences. This trip is little known, and the paper offers a little collaboration to the history of social sciences in Brazil and Bahia. Based on data from original research conducted in Brazil and the United States, the author considers the importance of the visit by Park [and Pierson] to Bahia. It incorporates classical notions of Marginal Man, developed by Park and melting pot, used by Park and disciples, which referred to the conviviality of Chicago communities from different nationalities, who did not mix, distinguishing it from the Bahian case, of miscegenation.
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Vernon J. Explorations in Ethnic Studies 1 July ; 17 2 : — This essay argues that the inclusion of white women, African Americans, Asian Americans, and American Indians into historiography is a fairly recent development; and that the aforementioned development, which did not begin until the s, has resulted in rigorous investigation into the racial thought of Franz Uri Boas, Robert Ezra Park, and Gunnar Myrdal and a hot debate in reference to their significance and influence on today's social sciences. Furthermore, the integration of African American history into the historiography of race relations social science has given impetus to the movement towards making American intellectual history more inclusive. Sign In or Create an Account. User Tools. Sign In.
Race and Culture. Robert E. Park. E. Franklin Frazier. E. Franklin Frazier. Search for more articles by this author · PDF · Add to favorites · Download Citations.
In he earned a Ph. In , Park entered Harvard University to study psychology and philosophy, earning an M. In , Park traveled to Germany where he studied at the University of Berlin. He spent a semester studying at the University of Strasbourg, followed by a few years spent at the University of Heidelberg studying philosophy and psychology.
A term synonymous with acculturation, used to describe the process by which an outsider, immigrant, or subordinate group becomes indistinguishably integrated into the dominant host society. In early American studies of race relations such as those of Access to the complete content on Oxford Reference requires a subscription or purchase. Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription.
This paper was originally presented at the annual meeting of the Social Science History Association, Chicago 18 November Its current form has been much improved by the very helpful suggestions by Claude Grasland, Editor of Cybergeo, and those of the anonymous referees. The faults that remain are of course my own responsibility.
Robert Ezra Park February 14, — February 7, was an American urban sociologist who is considered to be one of the most influential figures in early U. Park was a pioneer in the field of sociology, changing it from a passive philosophical discipline to an active discipline rooted in the study of human behavior.
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Park's idea of the "marginal man" and his work on cultural and racial work of Robert Ezra Park', Journal of Intercultural Studies, , -.
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