Louise Marion Bosworth

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Louise Marion Bosworth (July 11, 1881 – August 1982) was an American researcher at the Women's Educational and Industrial Union (WEIU) who extensively surveyed working women in order to learn about their working and living conditions. Bosworth helped to blaze the way for more women to do social science research that benefits the public interest.

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  • Bosworth, Louise Marion (1911). The Living wage of women workers; a study of incomes and expenditures of 450 women in the city of Boston/ prepared under the direction of the Department of Research, Women's Educational and Industrial Union; edited with an introduction by F. Spencer Baldwin. Longmans, Green. ISBN 0-405-07477-8. 

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