Continuities in cultural evolution.


New Haven, Yale University Press, 1964.

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Subjects Antropología cultural.
Cultura -- Historia.
Évolution sociale.
Kulturelle Evolution.
Social change.
Sociale evolutie.
Series Terry lectures ; v. 34.
Description xxii, 471 pages illustrations, portraits 21 cm.
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Preface -- List of illustrations -- Introduction -- PART I: The climate of opinion and study of evolution -- Stress on continuity -- Conditions of early forms of cultural transmission -- Evolutionary implications of learning by empathy, imitation, and identification- Evolutionary significance of culture through artifacts -- Borderlines between learning and teaching -- PART II: Directionality of human evolution -- The unit of cultural micro-evolution -- The Paliau Movement in the Admiralties -- PART III: The conditions of conscious participation in the evolutionary process -- The conditions of scientific participation -- Difficulties in creating evolutionary clusters -- An evolutionary focus in thinking -- Ongoing social forms -- Possible forms of centers with an evolutionary potential -- Invoking the future -- APPENDICES: A: Micro- and Macro-cultural models for cultural evolution / Theodore Schwartz and Margaret Mead -- B: Seven Pacific cultures -- C: Bibliographical considerations.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)254610
(OCoLC)ocm00254610
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WorldCat Identities Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978.
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