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Culture and Commitment : a Study of the Generation Gap. by  1901-1978  Margaret - Hardcover - 1970 - from Joseph Valles - Books (SKU: 805)

Culture and Commitment : a Study of the Generation Gap.

Culture and Commitment : a Study of the Generation Gap. by  1901-1978  Margaret - Hardcover - 1970 - from Joseph Valles - Books (SKU: 805)

Culture and Commitment : a Study of the Generation Gap.

by Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978

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Garden City, NY : Natural History Press ; Doubleday & Company, published for the American Museum of Natural History, 1970., 1970. Fine. xxic, 91 pp. ; LCCN: 79-93204 ; dark grey cloth in dustjacket ; "Originated from the Man and nature lectures delivered ... at the American Museum of Natural History in March 1969 in conjunction with the museum's centennial celebration." ; LC: HM101; HQ796; Dewey: 301.2 ; OCLC: 54996 ; "The renowned anthropologist argues that the gap between the generations in the seventies is qualitatively different in depth and extent than any previous generational break and probes efforts to mold coherent cultural patterns and search for commitment" ; very slight wear to bottom of spine, else FINE/VG

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Title
Culture and Commitment : a Study of the Generation Gap.
Author
Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978
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Hardcover
Publisher
Garden City, NY : Natural History Press ; Doubleday & Company, published for the American Museum of Natural History, 1970.
Date published
1970
Keywords
postfigurative culture cultures cofigurative prefigurative 1960s american generation gap mores sociology aborigines adapted adolescent adults age mates alien American Anthropology Arapesh Australian aborigines Balinese become belief birthright boys C. H.
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