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LaPiere, Richard

Son of Han

Son of Han

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New York, London, Harper & Brothers, 1937. Second ed. 5 preliminary leaves, 314 pages, 1 leaf 21 cm. A very sharp and overall about fine copy lacking jacket; very minor shelf wear, spine a wee bit rolled. No jacket. Hardcover.

Fiction about China and the Chinese by this respected sociologist and professor. LaPiere published only two works of fiction but several works of non-fiction. / "Richard T. LaPiere (1899–1986), a distinguished American sociologist, spent a substantial part of his career at Stanford University, exploring social attitudes and human behavior. His notable study from the 1930s dissected the disparity between expressed attitudes and actual behavior, focusing on racial discrimination, thus pioneering future research in social psychology. Among his influential works, "The Freudian Ethic: An Analysis of the Subversion of Western Character" (1959) critically investigates the impact of Freudian thought on Western ethics. LaPiere's far-reaching contributions to understanding social behavior, analyzing social attitudes, and critiquing social theories have cemented his legacy in sociology."—Bing

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