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Literacy in traditional societies / edited by Jack Goody
Bib ID 984007
Format BookBook
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Goody, Jack
 
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Description Cambridge : Cambridge U. P., 1968 
347 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0521073456
Full contents Machine derived contents note: Introduction Jack Goody; 1. The consequences of literacy Jack Goody and Ian Watt; 2. Implications of literacy in traditional China and India Kathleen Gough; 3. Literacy in a Buddhist village in North-East Thailand S. J. Tambiah; 4. Literacy in Kerala Kathleen Gough; 5. The transmission of Islamic learning in the Western Sudan Ivor Wilks; 6. Restricted literacy in Northern Ghana Jack Goody; 7. Literacy in a Nomadic Society: the Somali case I. M. Lewiss; 8. Astrology and writing in Madagascar Maurice Bloch; 9. Uses of literacy in New Guinea and Melanesia M. Meggitt; 10. The measurement of literacy in pre-industrial England R. S. Schofield; Bibliography; Index. 
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Bibliography: p. 326-338.

Bibliography: p. 326-338.

Subjects Literacy.
Other authors/contributors Goody, Jack

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