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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 [Review Essay] The Martin Presence: Jean Martin and the Making of the Social Sciences in Australia.
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'Jean Martin is acknowledged as a pioneer of the study of sociology in Australia, yet her legacy is often more apparent in the work of colleagues and students for whom she was a formative influence rather than in her published research. This book, produced by three leading sociologists whose careers she helped foster, is an attempt to remedy that gap, drawing on her extensive archive of unpublished as well as published research, and interviews with many of her associates, to reconstruct her intellectual journey as part of the wider story of the development of the discipline.' (Introduction)

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149-150 [Review Essay] The Martin Presence: Jean Martin and the Making of the Social Sciences in Australia.small AustLit logo Australian Journal of Politics & History
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