The Survey as a Guide to Rural Social Progress

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1915-07-01
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Von Tungeln, George
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A rural social survey Is an inventory of the factors which are at work, either favorably or unfavorably, in the economic, educational, moral, political, religious and social life of a rural people. Its purpose Is to do tor the community what the physician does for the patient when he makes a scientific diagnosis of the case and then follows this with a treatment designed to remove the trouble. Or It alms to do for a community what the chemist does when he makes an analysis of a compound and classifies the Ingredients, and labels each class for just what It Is, without respect to anything except the truth as the analysis has revealed It to him.

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Rural Sociology
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