The five-volume series just published by Harper’s under the title “Studies in Prejudice” has won immediate recognition as a landmark, not only in the study...

The present-day concern of American social science with the study of race, the contacts and conflicts between races, and race prejudice, owes much to the...

The sociological study of American Jews should help us to find the answers to many of the questions about the nature of Jewish life that...

[The Emperor Frederick II] wanted to find out what kind of speech and what manner of speech children would have when they grew up, if...

That there are substantial numbers of Jews in America seems to be an established fact; yet just how many there are, is a subject about...

Books on Race Relations The Social Politics of FEPC. by Louis Coleridge Kesselman. The University of North Carolina Press. 253 pp. $3.50. All Manner of Men. by Malcolm Ross. Reynal and...

The concept of “race,” with its implications of superiority and inferiority, has been the target of attack by liberal social scientists for three decades, and...

In the past fifty years, sociology has made a strong and increasingly successful bid for recognition as a scientific discipline alone capable of arriving at...

Edward N. Saveth here examines the treatment of American ethnic groups in history and social science textbooks—many in common use in American elementary and high...

Social Science Parochialism Power And Personality. by Harold D. Lasswell. Norton. 262 pp. $3.00.   Harold Lasswell was one of the first American social scientists to introduce psychiatric concepts into...

After the war, and the extermination of two-fifths of the Jewish people, the question of Jewish survival on the simple physical level has come to...

Norbert Muhlen here attempts to turn available social-scientific light on a continuously perplexing problem for parents and educators: what is the effect of the prevailing...