Magazines: Sociology in English

Last winter a little-known magazine called Transaction charged that the President's State of the Union message was a barely recognizable description of the U.S. The message relied too heavily on economic bookkeeping, too little on social accounting, wrote Bertram M. Gross, professor of political science at Syracuse University. To reflect the quality as well as the quantity of American life. Gross said, the President should deliver an annual "Social Report" that deals in the round with the state of education, arts, crime and disease in the U.S.

The Transaction article followed a...

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