YUBENK Earl Edward (Eubank Earle Edward)( American sociologist.)
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Biography YUBENK Earl Edward (Eubank Earle Edward)
Born March 20, 1887 in Colombia (pc. Missouri). At the end of the College of William Joel (1908) was sent to the Philippines. In 1912 he returned to the U.S.. He received a master's degree from the College of William Joel (1913) and doctoral - University of Chicago (1916). He was a professor of sociology (1914-1921), and then dean of the department of sociology at the Chicago College of William George (1918-1921). Afterwards, he led the Department of Sociology at the University of Cincinnati.
During the Second World War was in charge of curriculum at the Council on Military Works YMCA (YMCA), and in 1931 participated in a government commission on child benefits. Among his works - The crisis of the family (A Study of Family Desertion, . 1916), . The clandestine usury and laws of Illinois against the clandestine usury (Loan Sharks and Loan Shark Lefislation in Illinois, . 1917), . Concepts of Sociology (The Concepts of Sociology, . 1932),
Died in Yubenk Sharps (pc. Florida) December 17, 1945.