Suicide: a study in sociology
Even for the psychologically oriented reader this holds more than merely historical interst. One cannot help being impressed by the wealth of knowledge and the perspicacity revealed in it, and there have certainly been few more compact presentations ofsocio-psycholgical problems.
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