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Author: Ellen H. Richards
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Author: Ellen Henrietta Swallow Richards
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Richards, E. H. (1910) Euthenics, the science of controllable environment: A plea
for better living conditions as a first step toward higher human efficiency, Boston,
MA: Whitcomb & Barrows, p vii. Clarke, R. (1973) Ellen Swallow:The woman ...
Author: Oakley, Ann
Publisher: Policy Press
Between 1880 and 1920 many women researched the conditions of social and economic life in Western countries. They were driven by a vision of a society based on welfare and altruism, rather than warfare and competition. Ann Oakley, a leading sociologist, undertook extensive research to uncover this previously hidden cast of forgotten characters. She uses the women’s stories to bring together the histories of social reform, social science, welfare and pacifism. Her fascinating account reveals how their efforts, connected through thriving transnational networks, lie behind many features of modern welfare states and reminds us of their powerful vision of a more humane way of living – a vision that remains relevant today.
... improvement of humanity through controlled breeding ) by promoting a counter
- approach : " euthenics , " which she defined as the improvement of human
intelligence and health through an improved environment . The science of
Author: Anne Becher
A collection of biographies of the most important figures in American environmentalism. --from publisher description
Ellen S . Richards , Euthenics : The Science of Controllable Environment ( Boston
: Whitcomb and Barrows , 1910 ) , x . WORKS BY ELLEN SWALLOW RICHARDS
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Euthenics : The Science of controllable Environment ( 1910 ) . She uses the word
" Euthenics " as a correlative with " Eugenics " ( both of them are new names of
new sciences ) , and means by " Euthenics " the intelligent effort to better the ...
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Indeed , “ euthenics ” was briefly in use as a neo - Lamarckian term of art
describing eugenic improvement through ... by Ellen H . ( Swallow ) Richards ,
the author of Euthenics : The Science of Controllable Environment , A Plea for
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Examines the appropriate role of government within the economic system