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Page 24 - Sir, a woman's preaching is like a dog's walking on his hinder legs. It is not done well; but you are surprised to find it done at all.
Page 320 - Responsibility training, which usually was on the basis of participation in the subsistence or household tasks. 3. Nurturance training, ie, training the child to be nurturant or helpful toward younger siblings and other dependent people. 4. Achievement training, which was usually on the basis of competition, or imposition of standards of excellence in performance. 5. Self-reliance training, defined as training to take care of oneself, to be independent of the assistance of other people in supplying...
Page 157 - It has not escaped our notice that the specific pairing we have postulated immediately suggests a possible copying mechanism for the genetic material.
Page 303 - The differences may be exaggerated or lessened, but to obliterate them it would be necessary to have all the evolution over again on a new basis. What was decided among the prehistoric Protozoa cannot be annulled by Act of Parliament.
Page 327 - Barry). 1 This research is part of a project for which financial support was provided by the Social Science Research Council and the Ford Foundation. We are greatly indebted to GP Murdock for supplying us with certain data, as indicated below, and to him and Thomas W. Maretzki for suggestions that have been used in this paper. 2 Most of the societies we used are listed by name in H.
Page 310 - The differences between the two sexes is one of the important conditions upon which we have built the many varieties of human culture that give human beings dignity and stature.
Page 249 - Normal and Pathological Fragmentation of Red Blood Cells; the Phagocytosis of These Fragments by Desquamated Endothelial Cells of the Blood Stream; the Correlation of the Peroxidase Reaction with Phagocytosis in Mononuclear Cells.
Page 310 - THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE TWO SEXES IS ONE OF THE important conditions upon which we have built the many varieties of human culture that give human beings dignity and stature. In every known society, mankind has elaborated the biological division of labour into forms often very remotely related to the original biological differences that provided the original clues.
Page 197 - THE PROJECT ON THE STATUS AND EDUCATION OF WOMEN of the Association of American Colleges...
Page 325 - Whiting (4) have presented indirect evidence that co-wives generally show smoother cooperative interaction if they are sisters. Correlations are also found with the presence of either an extended or a polygynous family rather than the nuclear family only; with the presence of an extended family; and with the extreme contrast between maximal extension and no extension of the family. The generalization is also to some extent supported by small correlations with wide extension of incest taboos, if we...