Margaret Mead: From a Cultural/Historical Perspective presents a special opportunity for anthropologists to examine the ideologies within American culture that influenced Dr. Mead's perception of Third World people. Within this analystical study of Dr. Mead's work we find that the philosphy of humanism popularly associated with her may in fact have been less influential than her Freudian biological view of human behavior.
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