Few anthropologists today realize the pioneering role Margaret Mead
played in the investigation of contemporary cultures. This volume
collects and presents a variety of her essays on research
methodology relating to contemporary culture. Many of these essays
were printed originally in limited circulation journals, research
reports and books edited by others. They reflect Mead's continuing
commitment to searching out methods for studying and extending the
anthropologist's tools of investigation for use in complex
societies. Essays on American and European societies,
intergenerational relations, architecture and social space,
industrialization, and interracial relations are included in this
varied and exciting collection.
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