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Literacy in traditional societies, edited by Jack Goody.


Cambridge, Cambridge U.P., 1968.
ISBN 0521290058, 9780521073455, 0521073456

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Subjects Alfabetisme.
Alphabétisation.
Aufsatzsammlung.
Communication écrite -- Aspect social.
Lesefähigkeit.
Literacy.
Schriftlichkeit.
Société primitive -- Civilisation.
Traditionele samenleving.
Description 347 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1968.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 326-338).
Contents Introduction / by Jack Goody -- The consequences of literacy / Jack Goody and Ian Watt -- Implications of literacy in traditional China and India / Kathleen Gough -- Literacy in a Buddhist village in north-east Thailand / S.J. Tambiah -- Literacy in Kērala / Kathleen Gough -- The transmission of Islamic learning in the Western Sudan / Ivor Wilks -- Restricted literacy in northern Ghana / Jack Goody -- Literacy in a nomadic society: the Somali case / I.M. Lewis -- Astrology and writing in Madagascar / Maurice Bloch -- Uses of literacy in New Guinea and Melanesia / M. Meggitt -- The measurement of literacy in pre-industrial England / R.S. Schofield.
Genre Aufsatzsammlung.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)218404
(OCoLC)ocm00218404
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WorldCat Identities Goody, Jack.
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