The population problem; a study in human evolution. Carr-Saunders, A. M. (Alexander Morris), Sir, 1886-1966.
The population problem; a study in human evolution.
The Population Problem book. The Population Problem: A Study in Human Evolution (Perspectives in Social Inquiry Se. ISBN. 0405054963 (ISBN13: 9780405054969).
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Items related to The Population Problem. A Study in Human Evolution. Scientia Books is a member of ABAA and ILAB, specializing in antiquarian books in medicine and science, as well as scholarly books in the history of medicine and the history of science. Home CARR-SAUNDERS, A. The Population Problem. Published by Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1922. Condition: Very Good Hardcover. The inventory of Scientia Books is now stored in North Chelmsford MA where it can be seen by appointment. Visit Seller's Storefront.
Carr-Saunders, The Population Problem: A Study in Human Evolution (Oxford, 1922). Carr-Saunders, World Population: Past Growth and Present Trends (New York, 1936). Especially chapters 6-7. 4. . 18. David Herlihy, Medieval and Renaissance Pistoia, 1200-1430 (New Haven, 1967), chapter 3, pp. 55-71; and 271-82. Carr-Saunders's earliest work applied the techniques and perceptions of natural science to social problems
The Population Problem; A Study in Human Evolution. Carr-Saunders's earliest work applied the techniques and perceptions of natural science to social problems. The Population Problem developed the concept of an optimum number in relation to a country's social structure and discussed birth control as a problem in eugenics.
Carr-Saunders, A. The population problem: A study in human evolution. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1922. Casteel, R. W. Two static maximum population-density models for hunter-gatherers: APubMedGoogle Scholar. World Archaeology, 1972, 4, 19–40. Catton, W. Jr. Carrying capacity, overshoot, and the quality of life. In J. Yinger & S. J. Cutler (Ed., Major social issues: A multidisciplinary view. New York: Free Press, 1978, pp. 231–249.
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