Male and Female Adaptations in Culture Change

@article{Spindler1958MaleAF,
  title={Male and Female Adaptations in Culture Change},
  author={L. Spindler and G. Spindler},
  journal={American Anthropologist},
  year={1958},
  volume={60},
  pages={217-233}
}
T HIS paper has a dual purpose: to compare the psychological adaptations of adult males and females to the exigencies of sociocultural change in an historically primitive but rapidly acculturating population-the Menomini Indians of Wisconsin-and to present the methodology that makes it possible to describe these differences accurately.' In so doing, we hope to help to fill a lacuna in anthropological literature on the differential adjustment of the two sexes in culture change situations, and to… Expand
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