McIver, Robert Morrison (MacIver Robert Morrison)( American sociologist.)
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Biography McIver, Robert Morrison (MacIver Robert Morrison)
Born April 17, 1882 in Stornoway on o.Lyuis (Scotland). He graduated from Oxford and Edinburgh universities. In 1907-1915 he lectured on political science and sociology at the University of Aberdeen, in 1915-1927 he taught political science at the University of Toronto (Canada), where in 1922 headed the Department of Political Science. In 1927-1950 he taught sociology at Barnard College and Columbia University. In 1964-1966 was president and honorary rector of the New School for Social Research in New York. Among the works McIver - Community - Sociological Essay (Community: A Sociological Study, . 1917), . Beginning social science (Elements of Social Science, . 1921), . Modern state (The Modern State, . 1926), . Society: reader in sociology (Society: A Textbook of Sociology, . 1937), . Freedom of science in our time (Academic Freedom in our Time, . 1955), . Pursuit of Happiness (The Pursuit of Happiness, . 1955) and transformation of power (Power Transformed, . 1964), . As in written (As a Tale that is Told, . 1968), . Politics and Society (Politics and Society, . 1969),
. Died McIver in New York on June 15, 1970.