The American Sociologist

, Volume 28, Issue 1, pp 102–125 | Cite as

Of methods and manners for aspiring sociologists: 37 moral imperatives

  • Gary T. Marx
Sociologists Engagé


Moral Imperative Sociology Department Special Obligation Sociological Imagination Enduring Tension 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Gary T. Marx
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  1. 1.Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral SciencesStanford

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