TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART I SOCIAL EVIDENCE
CHAPTER I PAGE
BEGINNINGS
25
I. The Economic and the More Comprehensive Approach28
1. The Forerunners , 28. 2. Charity Organization Beginnings , 29. 3. First Attempts to Establish Standards , 30.
II. The Approach by Way of Child Study33
III. The Medical Approach34
CHAPTER II
THE NATURE AND USES OF SOCIAL EVIDENCE
38
I. Social Evidence Differentiated38
II. The Wider Use of Social Evidence43
Summary50
CHAPTER III
DEFINITIONS BEARING UPON EVIDENCE
51
I. Certain Terms Frequently Used51
1. Diagnosis , 51. 2. Witnesses , 52. 3. Fact , 53. 4. Evidence , 55.
II. Types of Evidence56
1. Real Evidence , 56. 2. Testimonial Evidence , 57. 3. Circumstantial Evidence, 59.
Summary62
CHAPTER IV
TESTIMONIAL EVIDENCE
64
I. The Competence of the Witness65
1. Attention , 66. 2. Memory , 68. 3. Suggestibility , 69. 4. Leading Questions, 71.
II. The Bias of the Witness73
1. Racial or National , 73. 2. Environmental , 75. 3. The Bias of Self-interest, 76.
Summary79

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