Male and female: a study of the sexes in a changing world
The renowned anthropologist comments on male-female relationships and roles in South Sea cultures and analyzes patterns and trends that characterize contemporary American sexuality, marriage, and parenthood.
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The Significance of the Questions We Ask
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