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Title: Margaret Mead

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Subject: Biographies
Author: Rose G
Date: June 6, 2015
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 7 / 2006
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Her work on learning theory and "Learning Through Imprinting," a method by which children learn, is currently being studied further. (Walker 95-97) Margaret Mead contributed much to the study of primitive people. As an assistant curator of ethnology at the American Museum of Modern History from 1926, she did most of her field work in the South Sea islands, particularly New Guinea, Bali, and Samoa...

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She was chiefly interested in the problems of temperament and sex in primitive societies. She was interested in learning about how young people grew up and got married in New Guinea, and how they "came of age" in Samoa. Her work has helped us arrive at a much greater understanding of modern adolescents...

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