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by Robert E. Park,St. Clair Drake,Booker T. Washington

Download The Man Farthest Down: A Record of Observation and Study in Europe (Journal of African Civilizations) eBook
ISBN:
0878559337
Author:
Robert E. Park,St. Clair Drake,Booker T. Washington
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Transaction Publishers (January 1, 1984)
Pages:
456 pages
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The Man Farthest Down represents an early contribution to the study of comparative . Booker T. Washington (1856-1915) was born a slave.

The Man Farthest Down represents an early contribution to the study of comparative social systems. Its treatment of life in the East European shtetls is as moving as the analysis of ghetto life in America. The book is as readable for its lively presentation of conditions in Europe as it is valuable for its conclusions. He graduated from what is today Hampton University in 1875, and subsequently taught there. In 1881 he founded the forerunner of Tuskegee University.

Home Browse Books Book details, The Man Farthest Down: A Record of Observation. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles. The Man Farthest Down: A Record of Observation and Study in Europe. By Robert E. Park, Booker T. Washington. Read FREE! The Man Farthest Down: A Record of Observation and Study in Europe.

Washington, Booker . 1856-1915. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Reprint. Originally published: Garden City, . Doubleday, Page, 1912 Includes bibl. iographical references. MoreLess Show More Show Less.

1912: The Man Farthest Down: a Record of Observation and Study in Europe with Booker T Washington, New York: Doubleday. 1928: Human Migration and the Marginal Man, American Journal of Sociology 33: 881–893. 1921: Introduction to the Science of Sociology (with Ernest Burgess) Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 1921: Old World Traits Transplanted: the Early Sociology of Culture with Herbert A Miller, & Kenneth Thompson, New York: Harper & Brothers. 1922: The Immigrant Press and Its Control New York: Harper & Brothers. 1932: The University and the Community of Races Hawaii: University of Hawaii Press.

The Man Farthest Down book. No, I do not blame Washington, rather, Park the ghost writer had to inject his little distorted world view. If you liked Up From Slavery, please do not read this book. Feb 15, 2012 Kwabena rated it it was amazing.

Booker Taliaferro Washington, 1856 - 1915 Booker T. Washington was born a slave in Hales Ford, Virginia, near Roanoke. government freed all slaves in 1865, his family moved to Malden, West Virginia. There, Washington worked in coal mines and salt furnaces. He went on to attend the Hampton, Virginia Normal and Agricultural Institute from 1872-1875 before joining the staff in 1879.

Despite Robert E. Park’s prominence in American sociology, his early writings (before 1913) . With the collaboration of Robert E. Park. Park’s prominence in American sociology, his early writings (before 1913) have been neglected. This article argues that Park’s early writings illustrate an important transitional phase in twentieth-century sociological thought. The International Implications of Race and Race Relations. The Journal of Negro Education 20 (Summer): 261–78. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Doubleday, Page and C. oogle Scholar.

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The Man Farthest Down: A Record of Observation and Study in Europe with Booker T. Washington, New York: Doubleday (1912).

The Man Farthest Down represents an early contribution to the study of comparative social systems. Its treatment of life in the East European shtetls is as moving as the analysis of ghetto life in America. In his new introduction to this edition, Drake illustrates the intellectual camaraderie shared between Park and Washington in their studies of race. Drake also details their individual observations, philosophies, and activities in both their academic and political lives.