Margarita Mead

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Margarita Mead anno 1950.

Margarita Mead (19011978) fuit ethnologa et anthropologa culturalis Americana, quae in mediis popularibus praecipue decadis 196 et 197 saepe fuit orator et scriptor.

Ea studium ethnologiae de Samoa et ad iura mulierum laboravit, atque celeberrime senex amiculum proprium et procerum virgam bifurcam saepe gerebat.[1]

Vita[recensere | fontem recensere]

Nata est Philadelphiae die 16 Decembris 1901. Mortua est Novi Eboraci die 15 Novembris 1978, et sepulta est apud Trinity Episcopal Church Buckinghamiae in vico Pennsilvaniae.

Nexus interni

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

Editor vel communis scriptor
  • Cultural Patterns and Technical Change, ed. 1953.
  • Primitive Heritage: An Anthropological Anthology, ed. cum Nicholas Calas. 1953.
  • An Anthropologist at Work, ed. 1959; repr. 1966. Scripturae Ruth Benedict.
  • The Study of Culture At A Distance, ed. cum Rhoda Metraux. 1953.
  • Themes in French Culture, scriptus cum Rhoda Metraux. 1954.
  • A Rap on Race, scriptus cum Iacobo Baldwin. 1971.
  • A Way of Seeing. scriptus cum Rhoda Metraux. 1975.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "Margaret Mead As a Cultural Commentator," in Margaret Mead: Human nature and the power of culture (Library of Congress, inventum 2008-03-08).

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Acciaioli, Gregory, ed. 1983. "Fact and Context in Etnography: The Samoa Controversy" Canberra Anthropology, special issue, 6(1):1–97.
  • Appell, George. 1984. "Freeman's Refutation of Mead's Coming of Age in Samoa: The Implications for Anthropological Inquiry" Eastern Anthropology 37:183–214.
  • Bateson, Mary Catherine. 1984. With a Daughter's Eye. ISBN 0-688-03962-6. 2003 ISBN 0-06-097573-3.
  • Brady, Ivan. 1991. "The Samoa Reader: Last Word or Lost Horizon?" Current Anthropology 32:263282.
  • Caton, Hiram, ed. 1990. "The Samoa Reader: Anthropologists Take Stock." University Press of America. ISBN 0-8191-7720-2.
  • Feinberg, Richard. 1988. "Margaret Mead and Samoa: Coming of Age in Fact and Fiction." American Anthropologist 90:656663.
  • Foerstel, Leonora, et Angela Gilliam, eds. 1992. Confronting the Margaret Mead Legacy: Scholarship, Empire and the South Pacific. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
  • Freeman, Derek. 1983. Margaret Mead and Samoa: The Making and Unmaking of an Anthropological Myth. Cantabrigiae: Harvard University Press. ISBN 0-674-54830-2.
  • Freeman, Derek. 1999. The Fateful Hoaxing of Margaret Mead: A Historical Analysis of Her Samoan Research. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. ISBN 0-8133-3693-7.
  • Lapsley, Hilary. 1999. Margaret Mead and Ruth Benedict: The Kinship of Women. University of Massachusetts Press. ISBN 1-55849-181-3.
  • Holmes, Lowell D. 1987. Quest for the Real Samoa: the Mead/Freeman Controversy and Beyond. South Hadley: Bergin and Garvey.
  • Howard, Jane. 1984. Margaret Mead: A Life. New York: Simon and Schuster.
  • Leacock, Eleanor. 1988. "Anthropologists in Search of a Culture: Margaret Mead, Derek Freeman and All the Rest of Us." In Central Issues in Anthropology 8(1):3–20.
  • Levy, Robert I. 1984. "Mead, Freeman, and Samoa: The Problem of Seeing Things as They Are." Ethos 12:85–92.
  • Mageo, Jeannette. 1988. Mālosi: A Psychological Exploration of Mead's and Freeman's Work and of Samoan Aggression." Pacific Studies 11(2):25–65.
  • Marshall, Mac. 1993. "The Wizard from Oz Meets the Wicked Witch of the East: Freeman, Mead, and Ethnographic Authority." American Ethnologist 20(3):604–617.
  • Nardi, Bonnie. 1984. "The Height of Her Powers: Margaret Mead's Samoa." Feminist Studies 10:323–337.
  • Patience, Allan, et Josephy Smith. 1987. "Derek Freeman in Samoa: The Making and Unmaking of a Biobehavioral Myth." American Anthropologist 88:157–162.
  • Paxman, David B. 1988. "Freeman, Mead, and the Eighteenth-Century Controversy over Polynesian Society." Pacific Studies 1(3):1–19.
  • Sandall, Roger. 2001. The Culture Cult: Designer Tribalism and Other Essays. ISBN 0-8133-3863-8.
  • Scheper-Hughes, Nancy. 1984. "The Margaret Mead Controversy: Culture, Biology, and Anthropological Inquiry." Human Organization 43(1):85–93.
  • Shankman, Paul. 1996. "The History of Samoan Sexual Conduct and the Mead-Freeman Controversy." American Anthropologist 98(3):555–567.
  • Shore, Bradd. 1982. Sala'ilua: A Samoan Mystery. New York: Columbia University Press.
  • Young, R. E., et S. Juan. 1985. "Freeman's Margaret Mead Myth: The Ideological Virginity of Anthropologists." Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology 21:64–81.
  • Virginia, Mary E. 2003. "Discovering U.S. History." [De Ruth Benedict (1887–1948).] Online Edition. Detroit: Gale.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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