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A Critical Analysis: 'Growing Up In New Guinea' By Margaret Mead

A 5 page research paper on the book 'Growing Up in New Guinea,' by Margaret Mead. This paper offers a critical analysis of Mead's study of child development and overall society of the Manus people living on the Admiralty Islands located in the Western Pacific Ocean. A critique is presented focusing on the research methods and design of Mead's study done during 1928-1929. Bibliography lists 1 source.

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Bibliography

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