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Volume 28 Numbers 1/2 March/June 2005


Volume 28 Numbers 1/2 March/June 2005
 
 Contents
 
Antonio Buti
Neville Proof Fence (1-22)
 
Dag Anckar
Freedom House in the Pacific: Democratic Advancement in Fourteen Islands States (23-41)
 
Clark S. Monson
Cultural Constaints and COrrosive Colonization: Western Commerce in Aotearoa/New Zealand and the Extinction of the Huia (Heteralochaacutirostris) (68-89)
 
 
 
 
Volume 28 Numbers 3/4 September/December 2005
 
Contents
 
Sharon W. Tiffany
Guest Editor's Note (1-3)
 
Nancy McDowell
Introduction: The Essentialization of Margaret Mead (4-18)
 
Sharon W. Tiffany
Contesting the Erotic Zone: Margaret mead's Fieldwork Photoraphs of Samoa (19-45)
 
Paul Shankman
Margaret Mead's Other Samoa: Rereading Social Organization of Manu'a (46-59)
 
James E. Cote
The correspondence Associated with Margaret Mead's Samoa Research: What Does It Really Tell Us? (60- 73)
 
Patricia A. Francis
Margaret Mead and Psychology: The Education of an Antrhropologist (73-90)
 
Gerald Sullivan
Margaret Mead's Individual in Culture, or Culturesand Personalities without Embarassment (91-105)
 
Phillip V. Guddemi
The Good, the Bad, and the Inverted: Rhetorical Stategies in the Prtrayal of Cultures in Ruth Benedict's Patterns of Culture and Margaret Mead's Sex and Temperament in Three Primitive Societies (106-127)
 
Eric kline Silverman
Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson in the Sepik, 1938: A Timely Polemic from a Lost Anthropological Efflorescence (128-141)
 
Merily Stover
Tales from the Internet: Margaret Mead's Legacy in American Culture (142-161)
 
Mary Catherine Bateson
Using and Abusing the Works of the Ancestors: Margaret Mead (162-176)