The Fateful Hoaxing of Margaret Mead: A Historical Analysis of Her Samoan Research

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Index
Adapted Mind: Evolutionary Psychology and the Generation of Culture, The, 214
Adolescence, 142, 175, 182, 219, 231
"Adolescent Girl in Samoa, The," 175, 178
Adultery, 144
'Aiavā, 137
"Aims of Ethnology, The" 24
American Anthropological Association, 7, 208, 209, 210
American Anthropologist, 7, 25, 51, 68, 70, 142, 197, 203
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 24, 201
American Ethnological Society, 173
American Mercury, 26, 44, 82, 193
American Museum of Natural History, 9, 32, 38, 43, 60, 62, 106, 129, 156, 161, 171, 173, 185, 201
American Philosophical Society, xi, 8
American Scholar, 210
Amouli, 153
Amygdala, 215
Anthropologie der Naturvolker, 24
Anthropology and Modern Life, 192, 195
"Ariel," 59
Ash Can Cats, 52
Asuegi, 91, 92, 94
Atauloma Boarding School for Girls, 4, 82, 85, 94
Aualuma, 104
Auckland, 180
Auden, W. H., 196
'Aumāga, 137
Australian National University, 8, 205
Avery, Oswald, 213
Aviata, 12, 227
Baffin Land, 22
Ballad of Sir Patrick Spens, The, 30
Bancroft Library, 9
Barkow, Jerome, 216
Barnard Bulletin, 38
Barnard College, 29-38, 61, 63, 173, 176
Bartlett, F. C., 35
Bastian, Adolf, 21, 22
Bateson, Gregory, 196
Beaglehole, Ernest, 68, 203, 204
Beals, Ralph, 200
Beck, Lewis, 19
Bella Coola Indians, 23
Benedict, Ruth, 23, 32-34, 36, 58, 63, 82, 143, 146, 147, 152, 161, 170, 173, 181, 189, 212
calls Malinowski"so excellent an ally,"193
correspondence with Margaret Mead in the Library of Congress, 251(n5)
on death, 167
at Grand Canyon, 65
paper "The Science of Custom," 195
Patterns of Culture, 198

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