Stone Collection: Volume 80 - Item 42
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42. Francis A. Kellor, “The Criminal Negro. IV. Advantages and Abuses of Southern Penal System, V. Physical Measurement of Females, VI. Psychological Tests of Females, and VIII. Environmental Influences” Arena (April, May, July, & November 1901): 419-28, 510-20, 56-66, 521-27, respectively.
Continuing article concerning black criminology. The first installment deals with harsh and often unfair justice meted out to African Americans in the South. The second installment contains physiologic data obtained from black females in prison. The next installment describes tests of mental abilities used with the same population. The final installment describes the demographics of black offenders, including health status.