Sex differences in relative brain size: The mismeasure
of woman, too?
of man(agement) and its implications for leadership research.
She cites these principles based on Alienikoff's book A Case for Race-Consciousness and Gould's book The Mismeasure
And just as philosophy inoculates against sophistry, so Socrates' proposed art of measurement (25) would prevent the mismeasure
When Women Didn't Count: The Chronic Mismeasure
and Marginalization of American Women in Federal Statistics
The Poverty of the Poverty Rate: Measure and Mismeasure
of Want in Modern America.
(14) Stephen Jay Gould, The Mismeasure
of Man, (New York: W.
Such approach is explained at length in my September 2013 University of Kansas School of Law faculty workshop paper, titled The Mismeasure
of Discrimination (which can be easily found online).
Explaining that historians have paid far more attention to mental testing than to any other part of the history of merit, Kett contrasts his history of the mental measurement movement with Stephen Jay Gould's, The Mismeasure
Scientists are human and their biases creep into their research reports, as Stephen Jay Gould clearly illustrated in his book The Mismeasure
of Man (1981).
They thought it old hat--hadn't I read Orientalism or The Mismeasure
of Man--and what about just investigating a particular educational problem for Indigenous people?
The stimulus for this book arises from the work of Ruth Hubbard (emerita, biology, Harvard U.), state the editors in their introduction; and her essay "The Mismeasure
of the Gene" is the first of 16 contributions.