THE METHODOLOGY OF RACIAL TESTING: ITS SIGNIFICANCE FOR SOCIOLOGY.

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  • Author(s): Mead, Margaret1
  • Source:
    American Journal of Sociology. Mar1926, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p657-667. 11p.
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    • Abstract:
      A discussion of the methodology of racial intelligence testing is both pertinent and necessary. Three problems are involved: measurement of (1) the racial admixture factor; (2) the social status factor; (3) the linguistic disability factor. The methodology of each of these phases of the problem is discussed. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]