Socialization; the Approach from Social Anthropology

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Philip Mayer
Tavistock, 1970 - Anthropology, cultural - 352 pages
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Includes contributions; P. Mayer - Introduction; A.I. Richards - Socialization and contemporary British anthropology; G. Jahoda - A psychologists perspective; E. Goody - Kinship fostering in Gonja; deprivation or advantage; B.B. Lloyd - Yoruba mothers reports of child - rearing; some theoretical and methodological considerations; B.E. Ward - Temper tantrums in Kau Sai; some speculations upon their effects; P. Spencer - The function of ritual in the socialization of the Samburu Moran; P. and I. Mayer - Socialization by peers; the youth organisation of the Red Xhosa; J.S. La Fontaine Two types of youth group in Kinshasa (Leopoldville); W. Wilder - Socialization and social structure in a Malay village; A. Forge - Learning to see in New Guinea; J.B. Loudon - Teasing and socialization on Tristan da Cunha; material derived from Association of Social Anthropologists sponsored conference on socialization held at Birmingham, April 1967.

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