|Title:||Patterns of Culture|
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|Publisher:||Routledge & Kegan Paul PLC; 1st edition (December 1935)|
Benedict employs use of these cultures to demonstrate her theory of culture as ge. The book starts out with two sections, largely theoretical; Culture and Personality Paradigm: Ruth Benedict’s Patterns of Culture.
Ruth Benedict’s 1934 Blockbuster, Patterns of Culture. Ruth Benedict scores a blockbuster publishing international bestseller with Patterns of Culture.
Ruth Fulton Benedict (June 5, 1887 – September 17, 1948) was an American anthropologist and folklorist. She was born in New York City, attended Vassar College and graduated in 1909. She received her PhD and joined the faculty in 1923.
Patterns of Culture by RUTH BENEDICT. With an Introduction by FRANZ BoAS and A New Preface by MARGARET MEAD. A MENTOR BOOK Published by THE NEW AMERICAN UBRARY. Por in/ormation tlddr�JJ Ho11xhton Milflin Company, 2 Parl: Strtt t, &nto11 7, . JJachuJtiiJ. Pub/iJh�d aJ, MENTOR BOOK By A"a11gem�11t with Houghton Milflin CompanJ
There is a sense of jubilation, of perverse sadism even, by which Benedict describes the self-tortures that the Plain Indians inflicted upon themselves in their Dionysian quest for delirious visions
Unique and important. Patterns of Culture is a signpost on the road to a freer and more tolerant life. In this fascinating work, the renowned anthropologist Ruth Benedict compares three societies - the Zuni of the southwestern United States, the Kwakiutl of western Canada, and the Dobuans of Melanesia - and demonstrates the diversity of behaviors in them
Ruth Benedict: Configurationalism and the Patterns of Culture and. starkly contrasting patterns of culture Benedict whole and to define its character. described among such groups as the Zuňi, the Kwakiutl, and the people of Dobu served as ex- lying explanatory principle, or as Margaret Mead. 1959: 204) put it, which, as we have seen, of Boasian anthropology. elements of which a culture. Benedict viewed each culture as occupying a segment of a vast continuum of variability, Benedict came upon an answer sometime. In other words, tures was seen as having its own particular pri- mary. we must imagine a great arc on tial book Patterns of Culture (1934), which gained. which are ranged the possible. international reputation (Mintz 1981
Publication date 1935. Book Source: Digital Library of India Item 2015. author: Ruth Benedict d. ate. te: 2024-03-07 d. citation: 1935 d. dentifier. origpath: d/0107/702 d. copyno: 1 d.