By George Dearborn Spindler
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Sensitivity can be taught. " We can also learn to observe with the "third eye" after having been exposed, for example , to filmed sequences of interviewing with interpretative sessions on interaction synchrony and dissynchrony, following ethnomethodological and symbolic interactionist persuasions. I leave this introductory overview without a conclusion . Indeed there can be no conclusion, fo r it is an introduction to a process of learning that I hope the reader will now enter into with questions rather than with answers.
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, tenaal A The Authors JOHN W . N. WHITING, born in Martha's Vineyard, is a professor of social anthropology at Harvard University. S. D. from thesamc university in 1938. He was associated with the Laboratory of Human Development in the Graduate School of Education bc-twccn thc years 1949 and 1963, becoming director in 19~5. In 1963 he left the Laboratory and joined the Social Anthropology Department. BEATRICE BLYTH WHITING , born in New York City. is a professor of education and anthropology in thc Harvard Graduate School of Education.
It led us to prefer Marx to Weber and Pavlov to Piaget. "The maintenance mores are basic" is the phrase we learned to express our commitment to a materialist theory of social change . Sumner went on to say in his "chaner" statement (Folkways, p. " The assumption of the equivalence between custom and habit made it possible for us to use theories of learning . developed by psychologists to explain individual behavior. to interpret the customary behavior of a group (Whiting and Child 1953). G . P.
The Making of Psychological Anthropology by George Dearborn Spindler