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The study of culture at a distance / edited by Margaret Mead and Rhoda Metraux
Bib ID 735839
Format BookBook
Author
Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978
 
Description [Chicago] : University of Chicago Press, [1953] 
x, 480 p : diagrs ; 25 cm. 
Notes

"The materials ... have been chosen from the work of those who participated in the Columbia University Research in Contemporary Cultures inaugurated by Dr. Ruth Benedict, and in a series of successor projects [under the auspices of the American Museum of Natural History]".

Bibliography: p. 455-474.

Subjects Anthropology -- Instruction, methods, etc.  |  Civilization -- Study and teaching.
Other authors/contributors Metraux, Rhoda Bubendey, 1914-

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