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Boys and girls (as is reported by Mead8 in a description of the Arapesh tribe) play the same games and children are brought up as much by the fathers as by the mothers. Sex relationships are as likely to be initiated by women as by men. There is no stress on leadership, competition or dominance; and children are not hurried to maturity but are kept from knowledge of adult problems. Few children show tempertantrums. There is little emphasis on private property and little evidence of stealing or lying.
The adolescents think of themselves as youthful. ” There is time for experiment and tacitly approved opportunities for amorous adventures alongside the responsible contribution which they are now admittedly making to the life of the community. Strong personal affections and allegiances are not expected to appear; and they seem rarely to be desired. When one adventure is over another may be expected to begin. Adolescence does not appear to be a period of storm, anxiety and strain. Bodily changes attract no particular attention beyond the casual acceptance of the fact that another group of boys and girls is approaching marriageable age.
Adolescence : its social psychology, with an introduction to recent findings from the fields of anthropology, physiology, medicine, psychometrics and sociometry by Fleming C