Culture and Commitment: The New Relationships Between the Generations in the 1970s

Culture and Commitment: The New Relationships Between the Generations in the 1970s By Margaret Mead, Culture and Commitment The New Relationships Between the Generations in the s None
  • Title: Culture and Commitment: The New Relationships Between the Generations in the 1970s
  • Author: Margaret Mead
  • ISBN: 9780231046329
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Margaret Mead

      Margaret Mead was an American cultural anthropologist who was frequently a featured writer and speaker in the mass media throughout the 60s and 70s as a popularizer of the insights of anthropology into modern American and western life but also a respected, if controversial, academic anthropologist.Her reports as to the purportedly healthy attitude towards sex in South Pacific and Southeast Asian traditional cultures amply informed the 60s sexual revolution and it was only at the end of her life and career that her propositions were albeit controversially challenged by a maverick fellow anthropologist and literate members of societies she had long before studied and reported on Mead was a champion of broadened sexual s within a context of traditional western religious life.Excerpted from.

    291 thoughts on “Culture and Commitment: The New Relationships Between the Generations in the 1970s”

    1. Recuerdo ahora las palabras discrepantes que un obispo me dijo hace 28 a os sobre alguna interpretaci n etnol gica de Margaret Mead con relaci n a los intercambios matrimoniales No me sorprendi la discrepancia sino el hecho de que en sus lecturas estuvieran textos de una antrop loga americana Qu pensar a el obispo, represantante de una instituci n marcadamente postfigurativa, de la visi n que Margaret Mead nos ofrece sobre el conflicto generacional.A m esta visi n me ha interesado porque el libr [...]


    2. I enjoyed hearing Mead reflect on some questions I had been pondering my whole life, even though its was a little pedantic It s surprisingly still relevant after 45 years Some good topics to think about especially if people want to go live on other planets, or whatever our future holds.


    3. Mead s gem is Male and Female This one is a very slow read and pulled from a lecture series hence the mess Oh well, I still think she s a genius.



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