By Naomi Quinn, Jeannette Marie Mageo (eds.)
Since the Fifties, the research of early attachment and separation has been ruled by way of a faculty of psychology that's Euro-American in its theoretical assumptions. in response to ethnographic experiences in a variety of locales, this ebook is going past previous efforts to critique attachment idea, supplying a cross-cultural foundation for knowing human development.
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Adult attachment is, rather, the starting point of chapter 8, based on Naomi Quinn’s reanalysis of Catherine Lutz’s ethnography of the Ifaluk emotion term fago, and comparison of that case to the American understanding of adult love. Quinn is led to question the attachment theorists’ notion of pair bonding as the universal adult outcome of early attachment (see also Seymour’s discussion of this matter with respect to the case of India, in chapter 4). She adds a further, psychodynamic, layer of analysis to 24 Naomi Quinn and Jeannette Marie Mageo the understanding of individual-to-individual versus group bonding that contributors Barlow and Mageo discuss in relation to patterns of attachment.