By E. Clarke, Edith Clarke
This improved re-creation of Edith Clarke's groundbreaking paintings, "My mom Who Fathered Me" comprises fabric taken from her own assortment within the Jamaican information, released stories of the sooner version and a foreword via Rex Nettleford.
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115. 52. Smith, West Indian Family Structure, 198-242. 53. Stycos and Back, The Control of Human Fertility, 318-41. 54. Clarke, My Mother Who Fathered Me, 104-5; M. G.
Later, among the Guianese East Indians who rank beside or below the Negroes on ethnic and occupational grounds, R. T. 34 Smith accounts for the patriarchal character of family organization among these 'low ranking' East Indians by appealing to conditions of ethnicity, cultural autonomy and social separation; but the Negro villages he first studied enjoy very similar conditions of isolation and ethnic homogeneity. It is also clear that these villagers are part of a culturally distinct section of Guianese society; and as such they possess some autonomy which, however limited, is imposed on them by their social situation.
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