A review on the early The American Journal of Sociology

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Translated title: Uma revisão nos inicios The American Journal Of Sociology
Una revisión de los inicios del American Jorunal of Sociology
Journal Title: Revista Latina de Sociología
Author: Joaquim Filipe Peres de Castro
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Source: Revista Latina de Sociología; Vol 7, No 1 (Year 2017).
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17979/relaso.2017.7.1.2007
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