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Volume 10, Issue 1 (1992)

This is the tenth issue of the Clinical Sociology Review. It is an exciting issue with which to mark the first decade of CSR's existence. It begins with a reprint of an inspiring article by Harvey Zorbaugh entitled "Sociology in the Clinic," in the History of Clinical Sociology section, edited by Jan M. Fritz. Originally published in 1939 in The Journal of Educational Sociology, the article traces the roots of clinical sociology at the University of Chicago, and the author advocates greater use of the clinic by sociologists as a way of enriching theory and teaching. In his stirring Presidential Address from the 1991 annual meeting of the Sociological Practice Association in Costa Mesa, California, Phillip D. Robinette exhorts sociological practitioners to overcome the profession's mid-life crisis and to regenerate the organization with their individual and collective energy and enthusiasm.

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Editor's Preface

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About the Authors

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History of Clinical Sociology

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Sociology in the Clinic
Harvey Zorbaugh

Presidential Address

Articles

Teaching of Clinical Sociology

Book Reviews

Résumés en Français

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Editor

Susan Brown Eve, University of North Texas

Associate Editors

John Glass

David W. Watts, Southeastern Louisiana University

Assistant Editors

John G. Bruhn, University of Texas at El Paso

Louisa P. Howe, Psychomotor Institute

Historical Section Editor

Jan M. Fritz, California State University, San Bernardino

Teaching Notes Editor

Sarah C. Brabrant, University of Southwest Louisiana

Practice Notes Editor

H. Hugh Floyd

Book Review Editor

Harry Cohen, Iowa State University