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A study of familial contexts of child care and education fifty years ago in Northern Ghana underlines the significance of multiple parental figures and cooperative care. Issues for contemporary social policy are raised.
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The author is a Fellow of the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences (FGA) and Fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute (FRAI). She is currently an Adjunct Professor of Applied Anthropology at the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana and a Senior Member of Wolfson College Cambridge.