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" 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. "
Science, Sex, and Society - Page 310
by Ann E. Kammer - 1979 - 569 pages
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Sociobiology and the Human Dimension

Georg Breuer - 1983 - 308 pages
...Mead (1949, p. 7). '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. . . Sometimes one quality has been assigned to one sex, sometimes to the other. . . Some people think...
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Readings in Ecology and Feminist Theology

Mary Heather MacKinnon, Moni McIntyre - 1995 - 420 pages
...different perspective: 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. . . . Sometimes one quality has been assigned to one sex, sometimes to the other. . . . Whether we...
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Male and Female in Social Life

Lloyd E. Sandelands - 220 pages
...about how sex functions in organizing human social life. She begins as we have, with biology, noting: The differences between the two sexes is one of the...biological differences that provided the original clues. (P. 7) And Mead finds, as we will later, that sex differences define social life by how they either...
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Sexual Desire: A Philosophical Investigation

Roger Scruton - 2006 - 448 pages
...by Margaret Mead: In every known society, mankind has elaborated the biological division of labour into forms often very remotely related to the original...strength and tenderness, steadfastness and fickleness, 2.66 endurance and vulnerability. . . . .... we know of no culture that has said, articulately, that...
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When Sex Became Gender

Shira Tarrant - 2006 - 285 pages
...stature," Mead wrote. "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."46 The headway Mead made in dislodging concepts of biological determinism and Freudian sexism...
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