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Appendix II

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This appendix presents a table containing a list of names of persons attended the organizing meeting of the American Catholic Sociological Society, March 26, 1938 relevant to discussion of how sociology of religion developed in America. The sociology of religion is essentially sociology, no different from other areas in the discipline except that it takes religious activity as its matter of inquiry. The sociologists organized themselves in a professional society in 1906, transforming a caucus inside the American Economic Association into a free-standing American Sociological Society. They placed little emphasis on the study of religious activity.

Keywords: American Catholic Sociological Society; American Economic Association



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