Biology, medicine and society, 1840-1940 [E-Book] / edited by Charles Webster.
Webster, Charles, (editor)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1981
1 online resource (ix, 344 pages)
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Charles Webster
  • Women's health and the women's movement in Britain : 1840-1940 / Brian Harrison
  • Working-class mothers and infant mortality in England, 1895-1914 / Carol Dyhouse
  • Theories of the cell state in Imperial Germany / Paul Weindling
  • Innate character in animals and man : a perspective on the origins of ethology / John R. Durant
  • Genetics in the United States and Breat Britain 1890-1930 : a review with speculations / Daniel J. Kevles
  • Eugenics and class / G.R. Searle
  • Sociobiologies in competition : the biometrician-Mendelian debate / Donald Mackenzie
  • Psychologists and class / Bernard Norton
  • Measuring intelligence : English local education authorities and mental testing 1919-1939 / Gillian Sutherland.