Culture and behavior; collected essays. Edited by Richard Kluckhohn.


[New York] Free Press of Glencoe [1962] .

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Subjects Culture.
Ethnology.
Navajo (Indiens)
Description 402 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1962]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The concept of culture -- The position of Bc 51 -- Bc 51 bird and mammal remains -- Navaho women's knowledge of their ceremonial songs -- Some social and personal aspects of Navaho ceremonial patterns -- Notes on Navaho eagle way -- Conceptions of death among the Southwestern Indians -- Two Navaho children over a five-year period -- Navaho morals -- Personality formation among the Navaho Indians -- A Navaho politician -- Recent studies of the "national character" of great Russians -- Studying the acquisition of culture -- The limitations of adaptation and adjustment as concepts for understanding cultural behavior -- Ethical relativity: sic et non -- Education, values, and anthropological relativity -- Group tensions: analysis of a case history -- Mid-century manners and morals -- Indian Americans in a white man's world -- The field of higher education in the Southwest -- Some notes on Navaho dreams.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)710761
(OCoLC)ocm00710761
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WorldCat Identities Kluckhohn, Clyde, 1905-1960.
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