Between 1915 and 1935 the University of Chicago was the center for the production of innovative sociological research that resonated with the lives of urban Americans. Referred to as the Chicago school monographs by both historians and scholars, these works brought acclaim to the sociology graduate program. Mostly conducted on the social margins of urban life, these studies focused on delinquents, prostitutes, gangsters, and homeless men. This work offers a survey of some of these key monographs such as "The Unadjusted Girl", "The Jack Roller", and "The Taxi Dancer".
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