Definition of Mead, Margaret in English:

Mead, Margaret

Syllabification: Mead, Margaret
Pronunciation: /mēd
 
/
( 1901–78), US anthropologist and social psychologist. She worked in Samoa and the New Guinea area and wrote a number of studies of primitive cultures, including Coming of Age in Samoa (1928). Her writings made anthropology accessible to a wide readership and demonstrated its relevance to Western society.

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