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Sleep around the world : anthropological perspectives

Auteur(s) : Glaskin, Katie (Éd.)
Chenhall, Richard (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xiii-245 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. Collection : Culture, mind, and society Publication : New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.Cote : G.5006Note : Bibliogr. p. 207-229 ; Index.  Thématique : Ethnologie | Sommeil
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Sleep around the world: anthropological perspectives / Chenhall, Richard and Glaskin, Katie --
Sleeping among the Asabano: surprises in intimacy and sociality at the margins of consciousness / Lohmann, Roger Ivar --
Embodied meaning: sleeping arrangements in Central Australia / Musharbash, Yasmine --
Sensuous connections in sleep: feelings of security and interdependency in Japanese sleep rituals / Tahhan, Diana Adis --
Envisioning sleep in contemporary sleep science / Goldberg, Lisa Carrie --
Infant sleep and waking: mothers' ideas and practices in two Italian cultural contexts / Toselli, Monica, Costabile, Angela, and Genta, M. Luisa --
Sleeping safe: perceptions of risk and value in Western and Pacific infant co-sleeping / Alexeyeff, Kalissa --
Māori collective sleeping as cultural resistance / Meijl, Toon van --
Navigating inspiration, intimacy, conflict, and sleep in a Pagan community / Morgain, Rachel --
Sleep deprivation and the vision quest of native North America / Dahl, Shayne A. P. --
"In their dream they go": sleep, memory and the metaphysical / Glaskin, Katie

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