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ERIC Number: EJ300821
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1984
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The Socialization of Juveniles in Primitive and Foraging Societies: Implications for Contemporary Education.
Herzog, John D.
Anthropology and Education Quarterly, v15 n1 p70-79 Spr 1984
Argues that schools are alien to human juveniles'"normal" ways of learning. Sees return to more "normal ways" because of near 100 percent literacy in West (so children can "pick up" necessary skills), counterproductivity of current social segregation of the young, and rejection of docility as an appropriate educational goal. (CMG)
Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Journal Articles
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Language: English
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Note: Revised version of a paper published in the Council on Anthropology and Education Quarterly (v5 n1 p12-17 Feb 1974).