A proverbial “character trait” of the Jews for at least the last few hundred years has been their moderation in the use of alcohol. This...

Arecent report by the Survey Research Center of the University of Michigan indicates that the American people rank labor unions second in influence on national...

Thousands of American mothers are in the odd position of having raised their first child under rigid schedules, and their second under conditions of absolute...

As De Tocqueville pointed out long ago, America is a land of organizations, and therefore of meetings. But, readers of Reuel Denney’s tale will discover,...

The “German mind” has been one of the major problems of postwar reconstruction; obviously, our hope for a change towards democratic government in that country...

Since 1948, public opinion polls have not been much in the public eye. The Great Miscalculation of 1948 drove them from their favored places in...

The Newest Testament Testament for Social Science. by Barbara Wootton. Norton. 197 pp. $3.00.   The argument with which this book starts is familiar enough: The scientific method has been...

Among other more publicized imports from the United States, Israel has also taken over some of the new techniques of “public opinion” research which have...

What can be the function and character of the sciences of psychology and psychiatry in a society where peace of mind is an obligation of...

Psychological differences among nations, long disregarded in favor of the more impersonal factors of economics and military power, have in recent years become the object...

Reinhard Bendix, associate professor of sociology at the University of California in Berkeley, here examines perhaps the most basic and significant of the assumptions that...

In recent years, there has been much thought and discussion on the problem of meeting the impact of prejudice on children. The other side of...