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ual change, to prevent social problems as well as to alleviate their end results, to
affect the destiny of large population groups as well as to help individuals and
families and small groups. This transitional situation is also reflected in new ...
Whatever may be the place directly occupied by Freud's ideas in the social
sciences today, his influence upon 20th- century thought and culture generally,
not excluding the social sciences, has been hardly less than Marx's. THE
Always one is engaged in socialization or the modification of one's mind, role,
and behaviour through contact with others. FUTURE OF THE SOCIAL
SCIENCES What has been covered in the preceding paragraphs may be the
most that can be ...
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