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Oxford University Press, New York. 1936. The aim of the author in this interesting volume is to examine the occupation of seafaring from the standpoint of social conditions. The book is divided into four parts : the first nine chapters treat of the seaman's expeariance afloat; the second part treats of hazards of occupation ; the third decribes the organizations with which theseaman comes most in contact while ashore; the fourth part is a concluding chapter which formulates suggestions for the improvement of the occupation of seafaring. Frayed upper spine. Green cloth covered end boards. 211pp. 235 mm x 150 mm.