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This index presents terms and concepts relevant to discussion of how sociology of religion developed in America. 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. In 1909, when the Society's annual meeting had "Religion in Modern Society" as its theme, the Society's Council stipulated that it had to be from a value-free position.

Keywords: American Economic Association; American Sociological Society

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