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Ferrera, Al Owen Roy A.

AENG105
BSAE 5-1
2014

December 15,
Evolution of Sociology in the Abroad

DATE

SIGNIFICANT EVENT

PRECURSORS

Ancient Times

Sociological reasoning was traced up to ancient times.


Establishment of civilization and society
Allowed the tribal spirit of localism and provincialism to have
free play

Ancient Greeks

13th Century

Recognition of the first patterns of social dynamics as an


underlying component of historical development.

Ma Tuan-Li

14th Century

Early Muslim Sociology


First work to advance social-scientific reasoning on social
cohesion and conflict, the Muqaddimah (Prolegomena in Latin)

Ibu Khaldum

1748-1836

Coining of the word Sociology

Emmanuel Joseph Sieyes

1813

Publishing of Physiologie Sociale

Henri de Saint Simon

1838

August Comte gave the definition of Sociology.

Auguste Comte

1830-1865

Delineated the broader philosophy of science in "The Course


in Positive Philosophy", and "A General View of Positivism"
emphasized the particular goals of sociology.

Auguste Comte

1853

Translated Comtes books and examined social class, religion,


suicide, national character, domestic relations and how these
elements affected society.

Harriet Martineau

1874

The first book published, with the term sociology in the title,
Study of Sociology

Herbert Spencer

1818-1883

Development of the idea of Communism, idea that human


society is evolving toward the capitalist economic system
would be overthrown.
The books, The Communist Manifesto (1848) and Das
Kapital (1867) were published.

Karl Marx

1875

The course, Sociology, was taught for the first time in United
States in Chicago School

William Graham Sumner

1892

Department of Sociology was established in University of


Chicago

Albion V. Small

1858-1917

The first French Department of Sociology is founded at the


University of Bordeaux
L' Annee Sociologique was a journal published.
Social Science is first taught in the University level in France.
The Division of Labor in Society (1893) and Suicide: A Study in
Sociology (1874) was both published.

Emile Durkheim

1887

Theory of the social self was established.

George Herbert Mead

1864-1920

Studies on communism, industrialization and bureaucracy.


The first Sociology department in United Kingdom was
founded at the London School of Economics in 1904.
Wirtschaft and Geselschaft was published 1922.
In 1919, sociology shed in Germany at the University of
Munich.

Max Weber
(French intellectual and
philosopher)

1978-1920

First Sociology department was set up in Poland.

Florian Znaniecki and William I.


Thomas.

1919-2011

Development of the field of post-industrialism.

Daniel Bell

1920s

Cooleys theory of the looking glass self


Life and the Student (1927)
Social Process (1918)
Sociological Theory and Social Research (1930)

Charles Horton Cooley

1922-1982

Development of the theory of dramaturgy


The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life.

Erving Goffman

Theories of Deviance
Development of notable concepts of the "unintended
consequences," the "reference group," "role strain," "role
model," and "self-fulfilling prophecy."

Robert Merton

Early 1950s.

Sexual Division of Labor


The Structure of Social Action (1937)
The Social System (1951)
Essays in Sociological Theory (1964)
Societies: Evolutionary and Comparative Perspectives (1966)
Politics and Social Structure (1969)

Talcott Parsons
(Regarded by many as the
twentieth centurys most
influential American sociologist.)

Late 1950s

His controversial critiques of both contemporary society and


sociological practice
His book The Sociological Imagination(1959)
Studying power and class in the U.S. in The Power Elite (1956)

C. Wright Mills

1940s

Evolution of Sociology in the Philippines


DATE

SIGNIFICANT EVENT

PRECURSORS

1896

Introduction of sociology in the Philippines as a course on


criminology at the University of Santo Tomas.

Fr. Valentin Marin

1919

Sociology was introduced at Siliman University and the


Theological Seminary.

1939

First Filipino to receive a doctorate degree in sociology


The first textbook of Sociology in the University of the

Serafin Macaraig

Philippines, Introduction to Sociology.


Offering of courses in social work in the University of the
Philippines.

Juan Ruiz

Second Filipino to receive a doctorate degree in sociology.

Prof. Marcelo Tangco

1946

Sociology was first taught at the Centro Escolar University

Flora Diaz Catapusan

1948

Dr. Benicio Catapusan was invited to lecture sociology at the


University of the Philippines

Dr. Benicio Catapusan

1950s

Organization of Philippine Sociological Society

Filipino educators and


professors

1960

Establishment of Research Foundation of Philippine


Anthropology and Archeology

Filipino educators and


professors

1968

Philippine Social Science Council was formed to consolidate the


Philippine social science resources

Filipino educators and


professors

References

H. Halsey(2004),A history of sociology in Britain: science, literature, and society,p.34


Barnes, Harry E. (1948). An Introduction to the History of Sociology. Chicago, Illinois: University of Chicago
Press. p. 5.
Collins, Randall (2010). The Discovery of Society. United States: McGraw-Hill. p. 343. ISBN 9780070118836.
Palispis, Epitacio S. (1996). Introduction to Sociology and Anthropology. Manila: Rex Printing Company, Inc.,
1996
Sociology. A Global Introduction (3rd ed.). Harlow: Pearson Education. p. 12.