Race and modern science; a collection of essays by biologists, anthropologists, sociologists, and psychologists. Edited, with an introduction, by Robert E. Kuttner.

New York, Social Science Press, 1967.

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Other Authors Kuttner, Robert E.,
Subjects Race.
Description xxvii, 427, xviii pages illustrations 25 cm
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents part 1. Anthropology: Race and anthropology / by Bertil Lundman -- Morphology and the classification of race / by Jan Czekanowski -- Racial biology of the Bantu of South Africa / by J.D.J. Hofmeyr -- Race and the biological history of peoples / by Ilse Schwidetzky -- part 2. Biology: A study of racial and subracial crossing / by Luigi Gedda -- Race and heredity / by David C. Rife -- The races of man and human genetics / by C.P. Oliver -- Biochemical anthropology / by Robert E. Kuttner -- part 3. Sociology: Human society and genetics / by C.D. Darlington -- Race and sociology / by Corrado Gini -- Evolutionary theory, race and society / by A. James Gregor -- Selective association of ethnic groups / by George A. Lundberg -- part 4. Psychology: Race and culture / by Freidrich Keiter -- The cultural hypothesis and psychological tests / by Frank C.J. McGurk -- Racial differences in school achievement / by R. Travis Osborne -- Ethnic groups and the maze test / by S.D. Porteus.
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