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Male and female : the classic study of the sexes

Author: Margaret Mead
Publisher: New York : W. Morrow, [1996]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Quill edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Mead
ISBN: 0688146767 9780688146764
OCLC Number: 34046219
Notes: Previously published: New York : W. Morrow, 1975.
Description: xxxiv, 477 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: I. The Significance of the Questions We Ask --
II. How an Anthropologist Writes --
III. First Learnings --
IV. Even-handed, Money-minded, and Womb-envying Patterns --
V. Fathers, Mothers, and Budding Impulses --
VI. Sex and Temperament --
VII. Basic Regularities in Human Sex Development --
VIII. Rhythm of Work and Play --
IX. Human Fatherhood Is a Social Invention --
X. Potency and Receptivity --
XI. Human Reproductivity --
XII. Our Complex American Culture --
XIII. Expected Childhood Experience --
XIV. Pre-courtship Behaviour and Adult Sex Demands --
XV. Sex and Achievement --
XVI. Each Family in a Home of Its Own --
XVII. Can Marriage Be for Life? --
XVIII. To Both Their Own --
Appendix I. Background and Bibliographical Material on the Seven Pacific Island Cultures: Samoa; Manus; Arapesh; Mundugumor; Iatmul; Tchambuli; Bali --
Appendix II. The Ethics of Insight-giving --
Appendix III. Sources and Experience in Our American Culture.
Responsibility: Margaret Mead.

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