How Women Vote
William F. Ogburn and Inez Goltra studied an election held in Portland, Oregon, in 1914, to find out how women voted.
Primitive Society, Robert H. Lowie ; Early Civilization, An Introduction to Anthropology, Alexander A. Goldenweiser ; Man and Culture, Clark Wissler ; Anthropology, A. L. Kroeber Reviewed by William F. Ogburn
Are Inventions Inevitable? A Note on Social Evolution, William F. Ogburn and Dorothy Thomas
Applied Eugenics, Paul Popenoe and Roswell Hill Johnson Reviewed by William F. Ogburn
Employment Psychology. The Application of Scientific Methods to the Selection, Training and Grading of Employees, Henry C. Link Reviewed by William F. Ogburnmore by this author
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