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Canberra: Australian National University, 1983. pp379, note, glossary, index, black and white photographs. In 1928 Mead announced in 'Coming of Age in Samoa' her stunning discovery of a culture in which the storm and stress of adolescence does not exist. Freeman presents startling but wholly convincing evidence that Mead's proof is false. On the basis of years of patient fieldwork and historical research, Freeman refutes Mead's characterisation of Samoan society and adolescence point for point. A tight, bright copy. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.