Six Cultures, Studies of Child Rearing

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents *
  • Introduction 1
  • Bibliography 13
  • Nyansongo: A Gusii Community in Kenya 15
  • Contents 16
  • About the Authors 17
  • The Ethnographic Background 19
  • Introduction 19
  • Basic Economy 27
  • Social Organization 36
  • Daily Routine 55
  • Sex and Marriage 58
  • Religion 73
  • Recreation 78
  • Political Organization and Social Control 84
  • Death, Disease, and the Supernatural 110
  • Formal Education 122
  • Child Training 129
  • Basic Economy 129
  • Infancy 137
  • Weaning 147
  • Childhood: the Years from Three to Eight 155
  • The Initiation of Girls 183
  • The Initiation of Boys 194
  • Bibliography 202
  • The Rājpūts of Khalapur, India 203
  • Contents 204
  • About the Authors 205
  • The Ethnographic Background 207
  • The Setting 207
  • Social Organization 226
  • Daily Routine 242
  • Basic Economy 247
  • Politics and Social Control 251
  • Marriage 262
  • Religion 266
  • Disease and Medical Practices 278
  • Death Ceremonies 286
  • Recreation 290
  • Education 295
  • Child Training 301
  • The Setting 301
  • Infancy 311
  • The Preschool Child 319
  • The School Age Child 345
  • Bibliography 360
  • Taira: An Okinawan Village 363
  • Contents 364
  • About the Authors 365
  • The Ethnographic Background 367
  • The Setting 367
  • Daily Routine 386
  • Basic Economy 390
  • Property 403
  • Political Organization and Social Control 406
  • Social Organization 414
  • Courtship, Marriage, and Sex 424
  • Religion 432
  • Disease and Medical Practice 438
  • Formal Education 443
  • Recreation 448
  • Child Training 455
  • Pregnancy and Childbirth 455
  • Infancy 460
  • Weaning 473
  • Kindergarten 480
  • First Grade 495
  • Latency 517
  • Bibliography 539
  • The Mixtecans of Juxtlahuaca, Mexico 541
  • Contents 542
  • About the Authors 543
  • The Setting 545
  • Daily Routine 545
  • Daily Routine 567
  • Economy and Diet 574
  • Family Organization and Kinship 586
  • Barrio Social Organization 601
  • Social Control 607
  • Disease and Curing 616
  • Funeral Ceremonies 622
  • Child Training 629
  • Introduction 629
  • Pregnancy and Childbirth 633
  • Infancy 640
  • Early Childhood 646
  • Late Childhood 662
  • Bibliography 690
  • Tarong: An Ilocos Barrio in the Philippines 693
  • Contents 694
  • About the Authors 695
  • Ethnographic Background 697
  • The Philippine Setting 697
  • Environment 703
  • Economics 717
  • Kinship and Marriage 734
  • Social Organization 746
  • Political Organization and Social Control 755
  • The Supernatural Environment 763
  • Health and Medicine 777
  • Formal Education 794
  • Socialization 799
  • Pregnancy and Childbirth 799
  • The Post-Partum Period 810
  • Infancy 815
  • Weaning and the Preschool Child 827
  • The Schoolchild 844
  • The Adolescent 858
  • Bibliography 866
  • The New Englanders of Orchard Town, U.S.A. 869
  • Contents 870
  • About the Authors 871
  • The Ethnographic Background 873
  • The Setting 873
  • Basic Economy 883
  • Kinship and Marriage 887
  • Social Organization 889
  • Property 894
  • Political Organization 897
  • Social Control 902
  • Religion 905
  • Health and Medicine 911
  • Recreation 914
  • Child Training 921
  • The Nature of the Child in Orchard Town 921
  • Pregnancy and Childbirth 937
  • Infancy 939
  • Early Socialization 942
  • Early Childhood 948
  • First and Second Grades 977
  • Later Childhood: Third Through Sixth Grades 999
  • Index 1011
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