On A.A. Chuprov's Contribution to Sociology and Statistics
Dr. Sci. (Sociol.), Prof., National Research University «Higher School of Economics»; Chief Researcher, Institute of Sociology, Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia firstname.lastname@example.org
The aim of this article is to draw sociologists’ attention to the works of Russian statistics, mathematics, sociologist Alexander Alexandrovich Chuprov (1874–1926). A renowned scholar, whose work is highly valued by his contemporaries, is now virtually forgotten. However, his major works were republished in 1960s, it was carried out a critical analysis of them from the point of view of their significance for statistics. There was no analysis of their significance for sociology. Нis works are virtually unknown for sociologists. The article briefly describes his ideological heritage, primarily «logic of method» concept that has not lost its significance in our time.
Chetverikov N.S. (1960) Introduction. In: Chuprov A.A. Problems of Statistics. Moscow: Gosstatizdat TsSU SSSR: 412–413.
Chuprov A.A. (1959) Essays on the Theory of Statistics. Moscow: Gosstatizdat.
Chuprov A.A. (1904) On Statistical Evidence Clustering Techniques. Izvestiya Peterburgskogo politekhnicheskogo instituta [St. Petersburg Polytechnic Institute Review]. Vol. 1. No. 1-2: 75–100.
Chuprov A.A. (1960) Problems of Statistics. Moscow: Gosstatizdat TsSU SSSR:
Karpenko B.I. (1975) Life and Work of A.A. Chuprov. In: Chetverikov N.S. Statistical Studies. (Theory and Practice). Moscow: Nauka: 5–19.
Kramer G. (1979) A Half-century with Theory of Probability: Sketch of Memoirs. Moscow: Znanie.
Seneta E. (1985) A Sketch of the History of Survey Sampling in Russia. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A (General). Vol. 148. No. 2: 118–125.
Sheynin O.B. (2010) A.A. Chuprov. Life, Work, Correspondence. 2nd expanded ed. Berlin; Moscow: «Yanus-K».
Tolstova Yu.N. (2018) Correlation of Theoretical and Empirical Knowledge when Using Mathematical Methods in Sociological Research. Sotsiologicheskie issledovaniya [Sociological Studies]. No. 12: 39–48.