Mathematical Sociology?

  title={Mathematical Sociology?},
  author={E. Grebenik},
Mathematical Biology of Social BehaviorBy Nicolas Rashevsky. Pp. xii + 256. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press; London: Cambridge University Press, 1951.) 37s. 6d. net. 
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