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(Inclosed in circular letter to all colleges.]

SOCIOLOGY.

SCHEDULE No. 1.

State and town or city.

... Institution.

Name of officer making report. Please answer at least Columns I and II, underscoring the subjects taught. In filling out Columu IV denote the preparatory departinent by “p,” post-graduate by “g,” freshman year by “1," sophomore year by “2,” etc.

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1. Political economy..
2. Economic movements (the labor question, social-

ism, etc.)
3. Political science (theory of government, etc.).
4. Law (international, etc.).
5. History
6. Elucaiion (theory, social significance, etc.).
7. Charities and correction (defectives, crime, in-

temperance, etc.) 8. The family; divorce. 9. Anthropology anıl ethnology 10. Statistics.. 11. The industrial and fine arts (as a social study). 12. Any other social science 13. Sociology, as ditferent from each of the above

(perhaps inclusive of all).

14. What is your definition of sociology as used in question 13? 15. How is it related to political economy, moral philosophy, etc.? 16. When was it tirst taught in your institution? What changes since, in professors, books, etc.? 17. If you do not have it now, is its introduction proposed or decided upon! 18. What institution gave the first course in sociology to your knowledge? 19. Can you give the address of any educator favoring its introduction into the public schools ? 20. Would you advise or require sociology as a part of a general education, defining it broadly as the

study of society taken as a whole? Why? 21. If so, how much time should be given to it? 22. What other studies could be best cut down to make room for it? 23. Would you put it before or after political economy, ethics, etc.? Year? To DANIEL FULCOMER, University of Chicago.

(Second circular letter.]

THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, April 16, 1894. Dear Sir: Your institution was reported in 1886 to be giving instruction in the subjects named below. As I am to read a paper on College and University Instruction in Charities and Correction at the May meeting of the National Conference of Charities and Correction, I should like to report just what you are doing now. Will you kindly indicate this in the following schedule? If you can also answer the appended questions, your contribution will be especially gratifying.

Number of months.

Underscore the subjects tanght.

In what
year?

Number of
students.

Required.

Elective.

1. Punishment and reform of criminals..
2. Prevention of vice (intemperance, prostitution,

agrancy, etc.).
3. Public and private charities (care of the poor, in-

sane, blind, idiotie, deat-mute, foundlings, or. phans, etc.)...

4. What place should these subjects have in education? Why? 5. How are thes related to sociology, ethics, economics, etc.? 6. Should they be tauglit before or after the latter? 7. Shonid they be taught separately from sociology? 8. When were they first taugh. in your institution? What changes since, in professors, books, etc.? Very respectfully, yours,

DANIEL FI'LCOMER.

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