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when was sociology code of ethics first published
In 1971, The American Sociological Association, the professional society of the discipline, first published Code of Ethics
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Weegy: In 1971, The American Sociological Association, the professional society of the discipline, first published Code of Ethics
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User: which early sociologist applied the concept of evolution to societies in order to explain how they change, or evolve, over time?

Weegy: Émile Durkheim
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User: "value neutrality

Weegy: Value-neutral is a related adjective suggesting independence from a value system. [ For example, the classification of an object sometimes depends upon context: Is it a tool or a weapon, an artifact or an ancestor? The object itself might be considered value-neutral being neither good nor bad, neither useful nor useless, neither significant nor trite, until placed in some social context ]
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