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Title Social theory and social invention. Edited with an introd. by Herman D. Stein. Essays by Charles Frankel [and others].

Imprint Cleveland : Press of Case Western Reserve University, 1968.

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Description xx, 187 p. ; 22 cm.
Note Published as part of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the School of Applied Social Sciences of Case Western Reserve University.
Bibliography Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents Introduction, by H. D. Stein.--The relation of theory to practice; some standard views, by C. Frankel. Commentary, by C. I. Schottland, E. L. Younghusband, and W. M. Young, Jr. The response, by C. Frankel.--A subversive version of the Great Society, by M. Harrington. Commentary, by R. A. Cloward, J. B. Turner, and A. A. Linford. The response, by M. Harrington.--Captives, consensus and conflict; implications for new roles in social change, by M. Tumin. Commentary, by E. Pusić, L. Mehl, and I. Rosow. The response, by M. Tumin.--The social sciences and their impact on society, by G. Myrdal. Commentary, by J. J. Henderson, E. M. Burns, and G. F. Rohrlich. The response, by G. Myrdal.
Subject Social sciences.
Social policy.
Added Author Stein, Herman David.
Frankel, Charles, 1917-1979.
Case Western Reserve University. School of Applied Social Sciences.