Cross cultural approaches to learning. Edited by Charles Harrington.
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Anthropology, Cultural -- Collected works.
Cross-cultural comparison -- Collected works.
Learning -- Collected works.
Socialization -- Cross-cultural studies.
293 p. 24 cm.
Barry, H., Bacon, M. K., and Child, I. L. A cross-cultural survey of some sex differences in socialization.--Brown, J. A cross cultural study of female initiation rites.--Burton, R. and Whiting, J. The absent father and cross sex identity.--Foster, G. M. Peasant society and the image of limited good.--Bumpert, P. and Harrington, C. Intellect and cultural deprivation.--Harrington, C. Pupils, peers, and politics.--Harrington, C. Sexual differentiation in socialization and some male genital mutilations.--Harrington, C. and Whiting, J. Socialization process and personality.--Homans, G. Anxiety and ritual.--Hostetler, J. Persistence and change patterns in Amish society.--Jayawardena, C. Ideology and conflict in lower class communities.--Lee, D. Lineal and non-lineal codification of reality.--Levine, R. The internalization of political values in stateless societies.--Roberts, J. and Sutton-Smith, B. Child training and game involvement.--Washburn, S. L. The study of race.
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