The Woman Movement from the Point of View of Social Consciousness


Jessie Taft

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Abbott, Grace.

Legal Position of Married Women in the United States, Master's Thesis, University of Chicago, 1909.


Commentaries, Vol. I, chap. xv.


Studies in History and Jurisprudence, Essay on Marriage and Divorce, 1901.

Cleveland, A. R.

Women under the English Law, 1896.


History of English Law, Vol. II, pp. 75-87; Vol. III, pp. 153-165. 1908-09.

Howard, G. E.

History of Matrimonial Institutions, 1904.

Pollock and Maitland.

History of English Law, 1899, Vol. I, pp. 263, 305, 320-325, 433-438, 482-485; Vol. II, pp. 147,259 ff., 364 ff., 382,404 ff., 432 ff.

Schouler, James.

Law of Domestic Relations, 1905.


Paston Letters, The, 1909.

Boulting, Wm.

Woman in Italy, 1910.

Clavière, R. de Maulde Ia.

The Women of the Renaissance, 2d ed., 1905.

Cornish, F. W.

Chivalry, 1901. Eckenstein, Lina.

Woman under Monasticism, 1896.

Gautier, Leon.

Chivalry, 1891.

Hill, Georgiana.

Women in English Life, 1896.

Knox, J.

First Blast of the Trumpet against the Monstrous Regiment of Women, 1558.


History of European Morals, 1869.

Paston, Geo.

Lady Mary Montagu and Her Times, 1907.

Putnam, Emily J.

   The Lady, 1910.

Reich, Emil.

   Woman through the Ages, 1909.

Rowbotham, J. F.

   The Troubadours and the Courts of Love, 1895.

Staars, David.

   The English Woman, 1909.

Swift, J.

   A Letter to a Very Young Lady on Her Marriage.

Synge, M. B.

   Social Life in England, 1906.

Trail, H. D.

   Social England, 1894-1905.

Weinhold, Karl.

   Die deutschen Frauen im Mittelalter, 1851.

Wright, Thos.

   Womankind from the earliest time to 17th C., 1869.


Castle, W. E.

   Heredity in Relation to Evolution and Animal Breeding, 1911.

Coulter, J. M.

   Heredity and Eugenics, 1912.

Davenport, C. B.

   Heredity in Relation to Eugenics, 1911.

Dinsmore, Emmet.

   Sex Equality, 1907.

Ellis, Havelock.

   Man and Woman, 1904.

Geddes and Thompson.

   Evolution of Sex, 1889.


   The Evolution of Marriage, 1911.

Saleeby, C. W.

   Parenthood and Race Culture, 1909.

Thomas, W. I.

   Sex and Society, 1907.

Thompson, J. A.

   Heredity, 1908.

Weininger, Otto.

   Sex and Character, 1906.  .


Academy of Political Science, N. Y., Vol. I, No. 1, Economic Position of Women. Marriage and Divorce: Special Reports of Census Office, 1867-1906.

Abbott, Edith.

   Women in Industry, 1910.

Adams and Sumner.

   Labor Problems, Bk. I, chap. ii, pp. 29, 49 ff., 1905.

Barnes, Earle.

   Woman in Modern Society, 1912.

Bosanquet, Helen.

   The Family, 1906.

Bosworth, Louise M.

   The Living Wage of Women Workers, 1911.

Brandeis, Louis.

   Women in Industry, 1908.

Braun, Lily.

   Die Frauenfrage, 1901.

Carpenter, Edward.

   Love's Coming of Age, 1911.

   The Intermediate Sex, 1912.

Coolidge, Mrs. M. R.

   Why Women Are So, 1912.

Dock, Lavinia.

   Hygiene and Morality, 1910.

Dorr, Rheta C.

   What Eight Million Women Want, 1910.

Ellis, Havelock.

Sex in Relation to Society, Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Vol. VI, chapter on Prostitution; chapter on Art of Love, 1910.

Flexner, A.

   Prostitution in Europe, 1914.

Gilman, Mrs. Charlotte P.

   Women and Economics.

   Our Andro-centric Culture, 1898.

Hard, Wm.

   Series of Articles in Everybody's, 1910.

Key, Ellen.

   The Woman Movement, 1911.

   Love and Marriage, 1911.

Kneeland, Geo. J.

   Commercialized Prostitution in N. V. City, Century, 1913.

   Chicago Vice Commission Report, 1911.

Lippmann, Walter.

Preface to Politics, chapters on Chicago Vice Report, and on possibilities of applying science to social problems,1913.

   Drift and Mastery, chap. iv on Woman Movement, 1914.

Parsons, Elsie Clews.

   The Family, 1906.

Pearson, Karl.

   Essay on Women and Labor in The Chances of Death, 1897.

   The Ethic of Free Thought, chap. ix, 1901.

Schreiner, Olive.

   Woman and Labor, 1911.

Snedden, David.

   Problems of Vocational Education, 1910. Trabell, Ida.

   The Business of Being a Woman, 1912.

Veblen, T. B.

   Theory of the Leisure Class, chap. xiv, 1899. Wright, C. D.

   Increase of Divorce in the United States.


Hecker, E. A.

   A Short History of Woman's Rights, 1914.

Ostrogorskii, M.

   The Rights of Women, 1893.

Mill, J. S.

   The Subjection of Women, Holt, 1882:

Sumner, Helen.

   Equal Suffrage, 1909.

Schirmacher, Dr. Kathe.

   The Modern Woman's Rights Movement, 1912.

Wollstonecraft, Mary.

   Vindication of the Rights of Women, 1792.



   Nichomachean Ethics, trans. by Welldon.

   Politics, trans. by Welldon.

Baldwin, J. M.

   Mental Development, Part II, 1895.

   The Individual and Society, 1911.

Cooley, C. H.

   Human Nature and the Social Order, 1902.

   Social Organization, 1909.

Dewey, John.

  "A Theory of Emotion," Psychol. Review, Vol. I, No. 6; Vol. II, No. 1. How We Think, 1910.

Dewey and Tufts.

  Ethics, 1908.

Fite, Warner.

   "The Feminist Mind," The Nation, Feb. 6, 1913.

Heymans, G.

   Die Psychologie der Frauen, 1910.

James, William.

   Psychology, chap. xxv, on "Emotion," 1890.


   Dialogues of Plato, 3d ed., Vol. III.

Mead, G. H.

  "Social Consciousness and the Consciousness of Meaning," Psychol. Bulletin, 1910, Vol. VII, pp. 397-403; "What Social Objects Must. Psychology Presuppose?" Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods, 1910, Vol. VII, pp. 174-180; "The Psychology of Social Consciousness Implied in Instruction," Science, N. S. 1910, Vol. 31, pp. 688-693; "Fite's `Individualism'," Psychol. Bulletin, Vol. VIII, No. 9; "Self-consciousness, Social Consciousness and Nature," Philos. Review, Vol. IV, 1895. [This last reference is actually to Royce]

Royce, Josiah.

   Psychology, chap. xii, 1903.

   Studies in Good and Evil, 1898.

Thompson, H. B.

Psychological Norms in Men and Women, University of Chicago Contributions to Philosophy, 1907.


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