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Reviews the book by W. I. Thomas . The reviewer discusses the topic of race prejudice at length. Topics discussed include the biological nature of race prejudice and differences in reasons for race prejudice, such as unfamiliarity and a caste system association.
Reviews the book by Thorstein Veblen . The title of the present volume would not suggest the large amount of social psychology which it contains. This psychology appears first in the account of business itself, its aims, its assumptions, its prosperity or depression; secondly, in the account of...
Discusses the importance of a social psychology, which studies individual mental processes, conditioned by society and social processes, conditioned by states of consciousness. In regarding social psychology as an extension of individual psychology, some of the problems that need to be looked...
Reviews the book by Georg Simmel . Conflict is a positive factor in socialization, not merely a disintegrating factor. It is coordinate with unity and harmony. Indeed, each of these two kinds of factors, the conflicting or diverging factors, and the unifying or converging factors; the struggle...
Discusses the relationship between psychology and philology. Two characteristics of language which distinguish them, from the phenomena of individual consciousness, as a psychological field, are myth and custom. Language has been looked upon as a phenomena of community-life by the Herbartian...
Reviews the book by Ernst Victor Zenker (1903). This is a sane and well-constructed work, aiming rather to give what may fairly be called the results of sociological investigation than to advance original theories. The first volume considers, in its two parts, social and political evolution...
Reviews the book by René Worms (1903). The present volume contains little psychological material, as it is largely occupied with general questions of method and aim. The purpose of the book is to give as objective a statement as possible to the positions thus far gained. In discussing the...
Reviews the book by Paul Bergemann (1904). The reviewer focuses on chapter one in this discussion, finding it the part of this work which is of interest, as it deals with the evolution of ethical facts. The first section of the chapter treats the primitive conditions of early society, the...
Reviews the book by Dudley Kidd . This book discusses the social structure and religion of the Kaffirs. Much of the review focuses on witch doctors in Kaffir society and the differences between witch doctors and witches. The reviewer also discusses the development of the Kaffir's social self and...
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