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Growing up in New Guinea

Margaret Mead

Growing up in New Guinea

a study of adolescence and sex in primitive societies

by Margaret Mead

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Published by Penguin in Harmondsworth .
Written in English


Edition Notes

First published 1930.

Statementby Margaretd Mead.
SeriesPelican books
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18439338M

Consequently, Mead says, the Manus are a society of self-reliant individuals, materialistic and acquisitive, and with middling respect for their ancestors. She picked him up from the airport and sparks flew. Some browning to the edges of the cover. She flipped through the pages, also providing information not seen on the page about the hook-ups. Water damage on covers, and some other water stains. May have small easily erasable pencil markings on first page.

Shipping and handling The seller has not specified a shipping method to Germany. She picked him up from the airport and sparks flew. Mass Market Paperback. We now take for granted what Mead first made clear to the world.

Where one people made their dead their gods, another chose to ignore the dead and rely instead upon a philosophy of life which viewed man as grass that grows up in the morning and is cut down forever at nightfall. Discuss several dominant patterns, such as language, kinship and marriage, economic system, political organization, and religion as given in the ethnography you read. In order to avoid an encyclopedic reading, incorporate interesting details of the ethnographic fieldwork data from your sources, such as quotes from the anthropologist as he or she observed the culture and quotes from the people reported by the anthropologist. She became for lack of a better term a groupie for the local music scene.


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In the Introduction to the Perennial Classic edition he gracefully acknowledges the historical baggage Mead carried on her journey to New Guinea, and gently reminds current students to acknowledge influences that shape contemporary perspectives as well. We now take for granted what Mead first made clear to the world.

This comparison not only confirmed her own view of the importance of culture in childrearing but also stimulated her to think about patterns across cultures: Is there an integral connection between the treatment of young children and the personalities that they come to exhibit as adults?

Honestly, I was more interested in the detailed descriptions she gives of puberty rites for boys and girls, because she is describing rather than interpreting.

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Such questions are implicit in almost every social decision -- in the mother's decision to feed the baby with a spoon rather than force it to drink from a hated bottle, in the appropriation of a million dollars to build a new manual training high school, in the propaganda plans of the Anti-Saloon League or of the Communist party.

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In their vaulted, thatched houses set on stilts in the olive green waters of the wide lagoon, their lives are lived very much as they have been lived for unknown centuries. There are many reasons why it is better to chose us over other companies in the same platform.

Growing up in New Guinea; a comparative study of primitive education

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Product Details. Contact the seller- opens in a new window or tab and request shipping to your location. Consequently, Mead says, the Manus are a society of self-reliant individuals, materialistic and acquisitive, and with middling respect for their ancestors.

Posted by.Following the sensational success of her first book, Coming of Age in Samoa, Margaret Mead continued her brilliant work in Growing Up in New Guinea, detailing her study of the Manus, a New Guinea people still untouched by the outside world when she visited them in Growing Up In New Guinea: A Comparative Study of Primitive Education.

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Growing Up in New Guinea : A Comparative Study of Primitive Education (Classic Reprint)

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