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|Other titles||Cultural stability in Polynesia.|
|Statement||by Margaret Mead.|
|LC Classifications||DU510 .M4 1928|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., -89 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||89|
|LC Control Number||29004578|
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Introduction; The Canoe Building Complex; The House Building Complex; The Tattooing Complex; Analysis of Tattooing; etc. An Inquiry Into The Question Of Cultural Stability In Polynesia by Mead, Margaret.
Inquiry into the question of cultural stability in Polynesia. New York, Columbia University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Mead, Margaret, Inquiry into the question of cultural stability in Polynesia. New York, Columbia University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Mead.
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NY: Columbia University Press, One need only compare An Inquiry into the Question of Cultural Stability in Polynesia (a), a thesis written predominantly before her first trip, a lackluster exposition of traits (canoes, houses, tattoos) and their travels, with any- thing written later to see the extent to which human beings and their lives, their culturalCited by: 4.
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MEAD, MARGARET—“An inquiry into the question of Cultural Stability in Polynesia.” Columbia University contributions to Anthropology, vol. 9, New York, Margaret Mead. An Inquiry into the Question of Cultural Stability in Polynesia. New York: Columbia University Press, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress (46).
Mead, Margaret. An Inquiry into the Question of Cultural Stability in Polynesia. New York: AMS Press, UHM Call Number: GN M4 89 pages. Mead was an anthropologist famous for her work in the : Malia Van Heukelem. The Pacific Islands are highly diverse in political status, population, development, migration prospects, and potential for instability.
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An Inquiry Into the Question Of Cultural Stability In Polynesia. Letters From the Field -. One of the last items in this section of the exhibition is a copy of Mead's doctoral dissertation, An Inquiry into the Question of Cultural Stability in Polynesia.
Considered a library dissertation, it was completed before she embarked on her first field trip to Samoa. To the Field and Back Mead and Reo Fortune in Pere Village, New Guinea, An essay by curator Ruba Katrib considers Manna's inquiry into cultural stability with regard to the ancient cultures of the Levantine, and the reigning external-environmental and social forces responsible for creating a stable culture.
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