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Coming of age in Samoa; a psychological study of primitive youth for western civilisation
     

Coming of age in Samoa; a psychological study of primitive youth for western civilisation

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by Margaret Mead
 

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BN ID:
2940017152782
Publisher:
New York : W. Morrow & Company
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NOOK Book
File size:
460 KB

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Coming of age in Samoa; a psychological study of primitive youth for western civilisation 1.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
vanguard More than 1 year ago
I owned a physical copy of this book in my international Maritime Culture class, and that book was lost in Hurricane Ike. this ebook replacement is by far the worst free book I downloaded. throughout the entire ebook the text omits letters, adds symbols, does not contain chapter marks, repeats the chapter title, and other serious problems that make this copy IMPOSSIBLE TO READ. I would suggest to anyone to wait until B&N returns with a proper ebook edition of this work.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow. What a waste. This is completely useless.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
unreadable in nook format due to typographical errors every line
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm sure the content of the actual book is good but this format is unreadable. I was left constantly guessing the poorly misspelled words where random symbols are inserted and portions of words are omitted. Absolute garbage.
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Les_Livres More than 1 year ago
" When my professor for Anthropological Theory passed out a list of books to choose from for an essay we had to write, I snatched up Margaret Mead's Coming of Age in Samoa the moment I saw it listed as an option; I'd been wanting to read it almost since I started becoming seriously interested in studying anthropology. Really, I don't think an introductory level class exists that does not bring up Mead and the controversy surrounding this book. So what's it about, and why is it so controversial? ..." For full review, please visit me (Les Livres) on Blogger!