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Study Of Man

Author : Rudolf Steiner
ISBN : 9781855841871
Genre : Psychology
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An introduction to Rudolf Steiner's system of education
Category: Psychology

The Study Of Man

Author : Alfred Cort Haddon
ISBN : UOM:39015002696931
Genre : Anthropology
File Size : 49.61 MB
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Category: Anthropology

An Outline Study Of Man

Author : Mark Hopkins
ISBN : MINN:319510009554996
Genre : Mind and body
File Size : 51.59 MB
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Category: Mind and body

An Introduction To The Study Of Man

Author : John Zachary Young
ISBN : 0198813333
Genre : Anthropology
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There are many ways of approaching the study of Man. The author, who believes that biological knowledge provides a useful framework to help us to understand ourselves, sets out to present the basic scientific facts about human life in a coherent scheme. There are sections on heredity and reproduction, growth, intelligence testing, aging, and population growth; the stages of human evolution are traced from the origin of life to the beginnings of human culture.
Category: Anthropology

The Study Of Man

Author : Michael Polanyi
ISBN : 0226672921
Genre : Knowledge, Theory of
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Category: Knowledge, Theory of

The Study Of Man

Author : Ralph Linton
ISBN : OCLC:1071658854
Genre : Anthropology
File Size : 88.43 MB
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Category: Anthropology

Religion And The Study Of Man

Author : John Ulric Nef
ISBN : UCAL:B3498341
Genre : Religion and sociology
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Category: Religion and sociology

Anthropology

Author : Sir Edward Burnett Tylor
ISBN : UCAL:B4346719
Genre : Anthropology
File Size : 31.21 MB
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Category: Anthropology

Anthropology

Author : Edward Burnett Tylor
ISBN : UCLA:31158002152972
Genre : Anthropology
File Size : 66.6 MB
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Category: Anthropology

The Study Of Man

Author : Edward John Clegg
ISBN : CORNELL:31924001745029
Genre : Anthropometry
File Size : 29.29 MB
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Category: Anthropometry

The Study Of Man

Author : Eva Taube
ISBN : UVA:X001115010
Genre : American essays
File Size : 27.61 MB
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Category: American essays

Anthropology The Study Of Man And Occasionally Woman

Author : Ellice B. Gonzalez
ISBN : UOM:39015018521982
Genre : Anthropology
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The paradigm of the ideal and real model that anthropologists apply cross-culturally can be used to analyze the discipline itself. The ideal model of anthropology is one which is non-ethnocentric, comparative and, by implication, free of gender bias. The reality of anthropological study reflects an androcentrism which is observed in the treatment of female anthropologists by the discipline, in the collection of anthropological data, and in the analysis of ethnographic material. A feminist approach in the research setting and the classroom enables anthropologists and anthropology to overcome this inherent inconsistency in traditional anthropological thought and to approximate more closely the ideal model of anthropology.
Category: Anthropology

The Psychologic Study Of Man

Author : John Money
ISBN : UOM:39015082010904
Genre : Psychology
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"This is a book about those complex phenomena of human psychology that are technically termed personality. The approach is Linnaean, identifying the species of behavior and their genus groupings without speculatively explaining behavior on the basis of conjectured causes. The book purports primarily to be an introductory text. It is for beginning students, whether in medical psychology, general psychology or applied social sciences, who are not afraid of intellectual exercise and who want to know more about human personality than is provided in the usual introductory textbooks of psychology. The student will not find simplified and popularized writing in this text. He is not treated as an inferior and written down to, as if from an elevated vantage point. Instead, he is requested to encounter hypotheses and concepts that experts in psychology may themselves find provocative and challenging. The layman who has become weary of the literature of neuroticism and maladjustment may well find that the attention given to the psychology of ordinary people in this book is to his liking. May it assist him, and the professional reader as well, to have increased understanding of the people he meets and lives among"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved).
Category: Psychology

Anthropology

Author : Sir Edward Burnett Tylor
ISBN : UVA:X002418814
Genre : Anthropology
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Category: Anthropology

Papers

Author : Institute for the Study of Man in Africa
ISBN : UCAL:B3451717
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