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First find your child a good mother : the construction of self in two African communities

著者: Paul Riesman; David L Szanton
出版商: New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, ©1992.
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"Through a systematic comparison of the life circumstances, child-rearing practices, and personalities of the FulBe and their former slaves, the RiimaayBe, this book develops an alternative theory of the way personality is formed in the Fulani society of West Africa. Riesman discusses the different characters, economies, and life plans of adult men and women of both groups, focusing on their ideas about the value of  再读一些...
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所有的著者/提供者: Paul Riesman; David L Szanton
ISBN: 0813517680 9780813517681 0813517672 9780813517674
OCLC号码: 24321762
描述: xix, 241 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
内容: Preface / David L. Szanton --
Prologue: Burkina Faso, 1974-76: A Personal Memoir / Suzanne Riesman --
Reflexivity in Humanistic Anthropology / Lila Abu-Lughod --
Global Fulani Society --
Economy --
What Life Is All About --
Infancy and Early Childhood --
Later Childhood --
Child Development in Fulani Ethnopsychology --
Self, Identity, and Personality --
Theoretical Implications / Carol Trosset.
责任: Paul Riesman ; with a prologue by Suzanne Riesman ; editorial committee, David L. Szanton [and others].

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"Through a systematic comparison of the life circumstances, child-rearing practices, and personalities of the FulBe and their former slaves, the RiimaayBe, this book develops an alternative theory of the way personality is formed in the Fulani society of West Africa. Riesman discusses the different characters, economies, and life plans of adult men and women of both groups, focusing on their ideas about the value of relatives. He further presents detailed observations of child-rearing practices, and concludes that the FulBe and RiimaayBe do not differ in these practices. Contrasting Fulani and Western notions of parenting, he suggests that child-rearing practices are themselves irrelevant to the formation of adult personality, but that a people's ideas about the meaning of life, social relations, and the development of character are very important. Finally, Riesman outlines a sociocultural theory of personality and its formation, and uses this theory to make sense of the differences between FulBe and RiimaayBe." "After Paul Riesman's death in 1988, this book was completed with the assistance of David L. Szanton (University of California, Berkeley), Lila Abu-Lughod (New York University), Sharon Hutchinson (University of Wisconsin, Madison), Paul Stoller (West Chester University), and Carol Trosset (Tulane). Book jacket."--BOOK JACKET.

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