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-'''Émile Durkheim''' ([[April 15]], [[1858]] – [[November 15]], [[1917]]) was a [[France|French]] [[sociologist]] whose contributions were instrumental in the formation of sociology and [[anthropology]]. His work and editorship of the first journal of sociology helped establish sociology within the [[academy]] as an accepted ''"science sociale"'' (social science). During his lifetime, Durkheim gave many lectures, and published numerous sociological studies on subjects such as [[education]], [[crime]], [[religion]], [[suicide]], and many other aspects of [[society]]. He is often referred to as "The Father of Sociology".+'''Émile Durkheim''' ([[April 15]], [[1858]] – [[November 15]], [[1917]]) was a [[France|French]] [[sociologist]] whose contributions were instrumental in the formation of sociology and [[anthropology]]. His work and editorship of the first journal of sociology helped establish sociology within the [[academy]] as an accepted ''"science sociale"'' (social science). During his lifetime, Durkheim gave many lectures, and published numerous sociological studies on subjects such as [[education]], [[crime]], [[religion]], [[suicide]], and many other aspects of [[society]]. He is often referred to as "The Father of Sociology". [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/{{PAGENAMEE}}] [Apr 2007]

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Émile Durkheim (April 15, 1858November 15, 1917) was a French sociologist whose contributions were instrumental in the formation of sociology and anthropology. His work and editorship of the first journal of sociology helped establish sociology within the academy as an accepted "science sociale" (social science). During his lifetime, Durkheim gave many lectures, and published numerous sociological studies on subjects such as education, crime, religion, suicide, and many other aspects of society. He is often referred to as "The Father of Sociology". [1] [Apr 2007]

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