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Acculturation

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Articles About Military Folklore

 Item
Identifier: clels4
Scope and Contents A collection of printed articles that detail the features of Western Military folklore. Features of these discussions include Naval Aviation, superstition, “adjusting to acculturation”, sexual symbolism, homophobia, G.I. Slang and general language, cartoons and iconography and “Shakespeare and the U.S. Army”. The publication date range is 1946-1985. The subject matter is c. 1911-1975.
Dates: Collection covers ca 1960-2010

Publications, 1928c - 1966c

 Series — Box Location: 48/B/2: Series Series 2 (beaes02) [Box 1]
Identifier: Series 2 (beaes02)
Box summary This box contains publications, mostly by Ernest and/or Pearl. The main topics covered are: psycho-ethnology; culture contact, culture and personality; social change; human nature; values and beliefs; implications of technological and industrial change

A fuller list is available on request.
Dates: 1928c - 1966c

Publications and course-related notes

 Series — Box location 48/B/4 Box 2: Series Series 9 (beaes09)
Identifier: Series 9 (beaes09)
Box summary This box contains a mixture of manuscript material, lecture and course notes, correspondence and publications. The main topics covered are: psycho-ethnology; culture contact, culture and personality; social change; human nature; values and beliefs; implications of technological and industrial change

A fuller list is available on request.
Dates: 1928c-1966