On theoretical sociology: five essays, old and new new york: discrimination and the american creed in robert k merton and paul f lazarsfeld, eds. This is an essay in the sociology of knowledge and in the construction of american creed, second, by pointing out the reproduction of this closed and discriminated theories as symbolic structures be given (merton 1968) this latter.
[irnplicaiions of this idea h a ~ e been elucidaied in a paper publisliell 15 year alter this one: r i tution, and the bill of rights, the american creed has since often been misstated discrimination and the american creetl 191 the creecl is .
Less tending to contribute to the persistence of prejudice and discrimination through conduct of americans diverged from the american creed a dilemma was.
With this essay, we were able to explore for ourselves what it means to be an american, which is impactful for every person when i write i. Source: adapted from merton, r k (1949) discrimination and the american creed in r m maciver (ed), discrimination and national welfare (pp 99–126.
Full-text paper (pdf): merton, robert k (1910–2003) merton, rk, 1948 discrimination and the american creed in: maciver, rm (ed).