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Margaret Mead Influenced How Social Scientists Understood Native CulturesANNOUNCER: Margaret Mead Welcome to People in America from VOA Special English. Today, Sarah Long and Rich Kleinfeldt tell about one of the most influential social scientists of the last century -- the anthropologist, Margaret Mead. (MUSIC) VOICE ONE: People around the world mourned when Margaret Mead died in nineteen seventy-eight. The president of the ed States at the time, Jimmy Carter, honored the social scientist with America's highest award for civilians. Another honor came from a village in New Guinea. The people there planted a coconut tree in her memory. Margaret Mead would have liked that. As a young woman, she had studied the life and traditions of the village. Miz Mead received such honors because she added greatly to public knowledge of cultures and traditions in developing areas. Many people consider her the most famous social-science researcher of the Twentieth Century. Yet some experts say her research was not scientific. They say she depended too much on observation and local stories. They say she did not spend enough time on comparative studies. They believe her fame resulted as much from her colorful personality as from her research.VOICE TWO: Margaret Mead was often the object of heated dispute. She shared her strong opinions about social issues. She denounced the sp of nuclear bombs. She spoke against racial injustice. She strongly supported women's rights. Throughout her life she enjoyed taking a risk. Miz Mead began her studies of cultures in an unusual way for a woman of her time. She chose to perform her research in the developing world. She went to an island village in the Pacific Ocean. She went alone. The year was nineteen twenty-five. At that time, young American women did not travel far away from home by themselves. They did not ask personal questions of strangers. They did not observe births and deaths unless they were involved in medical work. Margaret Mead did all those things. (MUSIC) VOICE ONE: Margaret Mead was born in December, nineteen-oh-one, in the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her parents were educators. Few women attended college in those days. However, Miz Mead began her studies in nineteen nineteen at De Pauw University in the middle western town of Greencastle, Indiana. She soon decided that living in a small town did not improve one's mind. So she moved to New York City to study at Barnard College. There she studied English and psychology. She graduated in nineteen twenty-three. VOICE TWO:Margaret next decided to study anthropology at Columbia University in New York. She wanted to examine the activities and traditions of different societies. She sought to add to knowledge of human civilization. At the same time, she got married. Her husband, Luther Cressman, planned to be a clergyman. Together, they began the life of graduate students. VOICE ONE: Miz Mead studied with two famous anthropologists: Franz Boas and Ruth Benedict. Mister Boas believed that the environment people grow up in -- not family genes -- was the cause of most cultural differences among people. This belief also influenced his young student. Mister Boas was not pleased when Margaret Mead asked to do research in Samoa. He was concerned for her safety. Still, he let her go. Franz Boas told her to learn about the ways in which the young women of Samoa were raised. VOICE TWO: Margaret's husband went to Europe to continue his studies. She went -- alone -- to Samoa, in the Pacific Ocean. She worked among the people of Tau Island. The people spoke a difficult language. Their language had never been written. Luckily, she learned languages easily. VOICE ONE: Miz Mead investigated the life of Samoan girls. She was not much older than the girls she questioned. She said their life was free of the anger and rebellion found among young people in other societies. She also said Samoan girls had sexual relations with anyone they wanted. She said their society did not urge them to love just one man. And she said their society did not condemn sex before marriage. Margaret Mead said she reached these beliefs after nine months of observation on Samoa. They helped make her book about Samoa one of the best-selling books of the time. Miz Mead was just twenty-five years old when this happened. VOICE TWO: Several social scientists later disputed her findings. In a recent book, Derek Freeman says Miz Mead made her observations from just a few talks with two friendly young women. He says they wanted to tell interesting stories to a foreign visitor. However, he says their stories were not necessarily true. Mister Freeman says Samoan society valued a young woman who had not had sexual relations. He says Tau Island men refused to marry women who had had sex. (MUSIC) VOICE ONE: After nine months among the Samoans, Miz Mead returned to the ed States. She met a psychology student from New Zealand, Reo Fortune, on the long trip home. Her marriage to Luther Cressman ended. She married Mister Fortune in nineteen twenty-seven. Miz Mead and her second husband went to New Guinea to work together. It would be the first of seven trips that she would make to the area in the next forty-seven years. The two observed the people of Manus Island, one of the Admiralty Islands, near mainland New Guinea. They thought the people were pleasant. After a while, though, she and her husband had no more tobacco to trade. Then the people of Manus Island stopped giving them fish. VOICE TWO:Later the two studied the Mundugumor people of New Guinea. Miz Mead reported that both the men and women were expected to be aggressive. Only a few years before, tribe members had given up head-hunting. Traditionally they had cut off the heads of their enemies. Mundugumor parents also seemed to be cruel to their children. They carried their babies in stiff baskets. They did not answer the needs of the babies when they cried. Instead, they hit the baskets with sticks until the babies stopped crying.VOICE ONE: Not long after the New Guinea trip ended, Margaret Mead's marriage to Reo Fortune also ended. In nineteen thirty-six, she married for the third time. Her new husband was Gregory Bateson, a British biologist. Mister Bateson and Miz Mead decided to work together on the island of Bali, near Java in Indonesia. The people of Bali proudly shared their rich culture and traditions with the visitors. Miz Mead observed and recorded their activities. Mister Bateson took photographs. The Batesons had a daughter. They seemed like a fine team. Yet their marriage ended in the late nineteen forties.(MUSIC) VOICE TWO: As time went on, Margaret Mead's fame continued to grow. Her books sold very well. She also wrote for popular magazines. She appeared on radio and television programs. She spoke before many groups. Americans loved to hear about her work in faraway places. Miz Mead continued to go to those places and report about the people who lived there. VOICE ONE:After her trips, Margaret Mead always returned to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. She worked there more than fifty years. She examined the research of others. She guided and advised a number of anthropology students. Miz Mead worked in an office filled with ceremonial baskets and other objects from her studies and travels. People said she ruled the museum like a queen. They said Margaret Mead knew what she wanted from the work of others and knew how to get it. VOICE TWO: Other scientists paid her a high honor when she was seventy-two years old. They elected her president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. A few years later, she developed cancer. But she continued to travel, speak and study almost to the end of her life. One friend said: "Margaret Mead was not going to let a little thing like death stop her." Margaret Mead died more than twenty years ago. Yet people continue to discuss and debate her studies of people and cultures around the world.(MUSIC) ANNOUNCER:This program was written by Jerilyn Watson and produced by Paul Thompson. The announcers were Sarah Long and Rich Kleinfeldt. I'm Faith Lapidus. Listen again next week for People in America, from VOA Special English. Article/200803/31358The mailman delivers good news and bad news. Topping the “bad news” list for many people who live in Los Angeles is a jury summons. This document tells you that you must respond by mail or phone for possible service on a jury. Many people feel that jury duty is a boring chore and would prefer not doing it.In fact, court clerks say that the most common question they hear is: Why do I have to serve? The official response is: Jury duty is a responsibility that all qualified citizens must share.If you are a citizen, if you can and understand English, if you’re over 18 years old, and if you’re not a felon, you are eligible for jury duty. If you ignore the summons, you might be fined up to ,500.A jury trial might last one day or one month. If you work for the government, this is no problem, because the government will pay you your regular salary while you are on jury duty. However, if you are self-employed, you lose your regular income for that time period. Instead of your regular income, you get a DAY for sitting on a jury. This is another reason people try to avoid jury duty.Jack got the bad news yesterday. Even though he was retired and sat around all day watching reruns of old movies, he told his wife Polly he wasn’t going to be a juror. He hated jury duty and he was not going to let the courts interfere with his retirement.“So how do you think you are going to get out of it?” Polly asked, both amused and irritated. “Are you going to claim that you’re dead? Or are you going to tell them you’ve moved out of the country?”“No, both of those involve too much paperwork. I’ve got a better idea. It’s a medical excuse. It says here that if you have a physical disability, you can be dismissed.”“What’s your disability? Your 'bad back' doesn't allow you to sit in a chair watching reruns all day?”“No. Something better than that. I’ve got gas. It’ll offend the other jurors and everyone else in the courtroom. They’ll have to open all the windows or issue gas masks.”“But there’s one problem. You don’t have gas.”“But I know how to create it. I’ll eat a lot of peanuts and fruit the morning that I go to court. As soon as they get a whiff of my ‘problem,’ they’ll tell me to go home and stay home.”“That’s a brilliant idea!” Polly said, as she rolled her eyes. At least it would get him out of the house for one day, she thought. Article/201107/143974PART THREE - A YOUNG WOMAN AT THORNFIELDCHAPTER FOURTEENI return to GatesheadThe next day I traveled for many hours. As I traveled, I realized it had been nine years since I had left Gateshead. In that time, I had become a different, stronger person. Most importantly, [-----1-----]I was happy to see my old friend Bessie again. She had married Robert the coachman, and was always busy with her three young children. My cousins Eliza and Georgiana had disliked me almost as much as their brother John. They had not wanted me to come to Gateshead, so [-----2-----] I did not really care. I told the housekeeper that I would stay for only a few days, and then I went to Mrs. Reed's room.I remembered the room from my childhood. Mrs. Reed was lying in the bed. I went to her and took her hand."How are you, dear aunt?" I said gently. Many years ago, I had told Mrs. Reed that I would never call her "aunt" again, but seeing her so sick and alone, I felt sorry for her."Are you Jane Eyre?" she asked. [-----3-----] "That girl was so bad and troublesome! I was happy to send her away. And my poor, darling John! He needs so much money! What will happen...?" I could see that her mind was ill, so I left her to sleep. 填空 :1、I did not hate the Reed family any more.最重要的是,我不再恨里德一家了。2、they pretended I was not there, and never spoke to me.她们假装没看见我,从不跟我说话。3、Her face was pale as death, but still cold and hard.她的脸色尽管已是死灰色,却仍旧冰冷严厉。 Vocabulary Focusdear aunt:这声称呼表明简已经宽恕了里德太太以前的行为,注意她曾直面称呼里德太太为“Mrs. Reed”。 Article/200905/69543

有声名著之秘密花园 Chapter14暂无文本 相关名著:有声名著之查泰莱夫人的情人有声名著之简爱有声名著之呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见有声名著之儿子与情人有声名著之红与黑有声名著之歌剧魅影有声名著之了不起的盖茨比有声名著之远大前程有声名著之巴斯史维尔猎犬 Article/200810/51311The annual teachers’ meeting was the only time that all the teachers got together in one place at one time. It was a 3-hour meeting, from 7 to 10 p.m. Lecturers talked on various subjects. Each talk was followed by a question and answer period. It was an informal, pleasant evening.The evening always began with a delicious dinner catered by a local restaurant. This year’s host was a Middle Eastern restaurant. Teachers piled as much as they wanted on their paper plates and found a seat outdoors or in the auditorium. Most teachers really seemed to appreciate the food.For Shane, this evening was his opportunity to check out the female teachers. This year, a beauty walked into the auditorium about 10 minutes late. She sat in the row in front of Shane, just two seats away. Shane couldn’t believe it. She was not only the best-looking woman in the auditorium, but she smiled at him before she sat down. She was tall and had long red hair. She was wearing a sexy black cocktail dress.Shane could not focus on the meeting anymore. He looked at the lecturers less than he looked at the redhead. He was enveloped in her perfume. She took notes right-handed. She ran her fingers through her hair. She crossed and uncrossed her legs. Shane was going crazy. Plus, there was no ring on her left hand.The meeting ended. The dean thanked everyone for attending. Everybody applauded the presenters. The redhead stood up. Shane stood up. She smiled at him, and then walked out. Shane walked out. She went to the restroom. Shane waited. When she came out, he walked up to her.“Hi,” he smiled. “My name’s Shane. I was wondering if you have time for a cup of coffee. I was hoping we could share some of our teaching experiences.”She smiled. “Why, thank you. That’s sweet of you. I appreciate your offer, but I’ve got to get home. My husband is babysitting tonight, and I’m sure he’s pretty tired. Maybe another time?” She smiled, and walked away. Article/201107/144581

On the bed, Elizabeth lay still, in the cold sleep of death. I took her in my arms… and saw the marks of the murderer#39;s fingers on her neck.床上,伊丽莎白静静地躺着,在冰冷中长眠。我把她抱在怀中……并看见了凶手在她脖子上留下的指痕。Other people in the hotel had heard the screams and came into our room. I sent one of them to call the police.The others left me alone with my misery.I held Elizabeth close, and as I held her, I saw the monster watching me through the open window of the room.There was an evil laugh on his face.I pulled my gun from my coat and fired at him. I missed, and he ran from the window and jumped into the lake.The other people heard the noise of the shot and came back into the room. I showed them the place where the monster had jumped into the lake.We searched the edge of the lake,but we could not find him.I returned to our room and lay on the bed next to my dear wife.旅馆里的其他人听到了尖叫声,他们走进了我们的房间。我让其中的一人去报警。其他人走后,留下我一个人在痛苦中煎熬。我紧紧地搂着伊丽莎白,而我抱着她时看见怪物正透过开着的窗户看着我。他的脸上挂着邪恶的笑容。我从外套中拔出朝他开了火。我没有打中,他从窗户处跑开并跳到了湖里。其他人听到了声便又来到了那个房间。我将怪物跳湖之处指给他们看。我们在湖边搜寻,但没能找到他。我回到房间里躺到我亲爱的妻子身旁。Suddenly I had another terrible thought.At this very moment perhaps my father was fighting the monster, with Ernest dead at his feet.突然间我有了另外一个可怕的想法:也许我父亲这时正在同那个怪物打斗并且欧内斯特已死在他的脚边。I left the hotel and returned to Geneva as fast as I could.My father and Ernest were safe,but the awful news of Elizabeth#39;s death killed my father.He had loved Elizabeth dearly. He be-came ill,and after a few days he died in my arms.So the evil monster had brought unhappiness and death to a dear old man who had never hurt anybody.我离开旅馆并以尽最快的速度赶回了日内瓦。我父亲和欧内斯特都平安无事,但伊丽莎白死去的噩耗夺去了我父亲的生命。他曾深深地爱着伊丽莎白。他病倒了,几天之后便死在了我的怀里。这样那个邪恶的怪物将不幸和死亡带给了从未伤害过任何人的我那亲爱的老人。I do not know what happened next.I think I left the real world, and entered a dangerous world of dreams and madness.Later I found that they had put me in prison because of my madness.我不知道接下去会发生什么。我想我当时离开了现实的世界而进入了梦幻和疯狂的危险境界。后来我才知道他们当时因为我疯狂而把我送进了监狱。After many months they let me free.I had only one wish—to find and kill the monster.好几个月之后他们释放了我。我只有一个愿望——找到并杀死那个怪物。 /201205/184310彬格莱先生仪表堂堂,大有绅士风度,而且和颜悦色,没有拘泥做作的气习。他的也都是些优美的女性,态度落落大方。Mr. Bingley was good-looking and gentlemanlike; he had a pleasant countenance, and easy, unaffected manners. His sisters were fine women, with an air of decided fashion. His brother-in-law, Mr. Hurst, merely looked the gentleman; but his friend Mr. Darcy soon drew the attention of the room by his fine, tall person, handsome features, noble mien, and the report which was in general circulation within five minutes after his entrance, of his having ten thousand a year. The gentlemen pronounced him to be a fine figure of a man, the ladies declared he was much handsomer than Mr. Bingley, and he was looked at with great admiration for about half the evening, till his manners gave a disgust which turned the tide of his popularity; for he was discovered to be proud; to be above his company, and above being pleased; and not all his large estate in Derbyshire could then save him from having a most forbidding, disagreeable countenance, and being unworthy to be compared with his friend. Mr. Bingley had soon made himself acquainted with all the principal people in the room; he was lively and unreserved, danced every dance, was angry that the ball closed so early, and talked of giving one himself at Netherfield. Such amiable qualities must speak for themselves. What a contrast between him and his friend! Mr. Darcy danced only once with Mrs. Hurst and once with Miss Bingley, declined being introduced to any other lady, and spent the rest of the evening in walking about the room, speaking occasionally to one of his own party. His character was decided. He was the proudest, most disagreeable man in the world, and everybody hoped that he would never come there again. Amongst the most violent against him was Mrs. Bennet, whose dislike of his general behaviour was sharpened into particular resentment by his having slighted one of her daughters. Article/201011/119190Who likes perfume? It stinks. It's one of the worst smells in the world. I hate it when someone walks past me with really strong perfume or cologne. It makes me feel a little sick and I worry about the chemicals in it. Why do people need to wear so much perfume? What's the point? I thought the original idea of perfume was to cover the smell of our bodies when we didn't take a bath. Everybody showers or takes a bath these days, so there's no need for perfume. It's also a waste of money. How can a tiny bottle of strong-smelling water cost so much? I think the perfume companies are making huge amounts of money. I wonder how many people agree with me on this. What do you think of perfume? Is it OK for men and women? Article/201106/142111

PART THREE - A YOUNG WOMAN AT THORNFIELDCHAPTER EIGHTLife with Mr. RochesterNow that Mr. Rochester had returned, Thornfield hall was very busy. Many people came to visit him and talk about business. Adele was too excited to study. That evening we had tea with Mr. Rochester. Of course, this was the man I had helped, with his dark hair and skin. Although his eyes were firm, they had a little humor in them. His leg was [-----1-----] on a chair. He did not speak to me when I came in."Did you bring a gift for Miss Eyre, uncle?" Adele asked him."A gift? Who wants a gift?" he said. "Did you want a gift, Miss Eyre? Do you like gifts?""I've never gotten a gift, sir," I answered. "Anyway, I have no right to expect a gift from you, because I haven't done anyting to [-----2-----] one.""Why, Miss Eyre, don't be so [-----3-----]! I've been talking to Adele. She's not very clever, but you've taught her very well.""Well then, sir, that is my gift. A teacher is happiest when her students do well."Mr. Rochester drank his tea without speaking. After tea, he asked me to come and sit with him, while Adele played with Mrs. Fairfax.Vocabulary FocusNow that...因为……,that可以省去,例如:Now that Mum came back, we couldn't watch TV.(既然妈妈回来了,我们就不能看电视了。)。填空 :1.supported2.deserve3.modestArticle/200904/66867“What are these flowers doing here?” Anita asked as she was about to sit in the car’s passenger seat. The towel that covered the leather seat had a couple of small red flowers sitting in a crease. The flowers appeared as she straightened out the towel before she sat down. She always straightened out the towel before sitting down, because Logan sometimes left his glasses, pen, or other items on the passenger seat. She didn’t want to break anything by sitting on it, nor did she want to injure herself by sitting on something sharp.“What flowers?” Logan asked. “These flowers!” she said sharply, holding the two little flowers up to his nose. He said he didn’t know. He said he thought they had been there for quite a while. No, they hadn’t, she told him, as she put them into a tissue and then put the tissue in her purse. They weren’t there two days ago when she had last been in his car. Maybe they had been there, but she hadn’t seen them, he suggested. “Maybe you’re lying! Who did you buy flowers for?” she yelled at him. This was not the first time she had “caught” him cheating on her. She had never really caught him, of course, because he had never cheated on her. It was a little game she liked to play, just to remind Logan not to cheat.“Well? Who did you buy these flowers for?” she asked again. He was trying to think. He was sure he had seen the flowers lying there for days, but he had no idea where they had come from. He told her that he had driven for a while yesterday with all the windows open, to freshen the car. “You know how windy it was yesterday. Maybe the flowers got blown into the car.”“Ha!” she snorted. “If I ever catch you even thinking about cheating on me, we’re through! Got it?” On the one hand, Logan was too much in love with Anita to ever cheat on her. On the other, when she got bossy like this, he did think—however fleetingly—about moving on. Article/201105/136656;Two days slow!I told you that butter wasn#39;t good for watches!;he said angrily to the March Hare.;慢了两天!我告诉过你,黄油对表没好处。;他气哼哼地对三月兔说。;It was the best butter,;said the March Hare sadly.;这是最好的黄油,;三月兔说,很是失望。Alice was looking at the watch with interest.;It#39;s a strange watch,;she said.;It shows the day of the week,but not the time.;爱丽丝好奇地看了看表。;这表真奇怪,;她说。;它只报星期几,不报时间。;;But we know the time,;said the Hatter.;It#39;s always six o#39;clock here.;;可我们知道时间,;制帽人说。;在这儿永远是六点钟。;Alice suddenly understood.;Is that why there are all these cups and plates?;she said.;It#39;s always tea-time here,and you go on moving round the table.Is that right?But what happens when you come to the beginning again?;爱丽丝一下子明白了。;这就是为什么有杯子和盘子的原因吗?;她说。;这儿永远是喝茶的时间,你们就绕着桌子转。对不对?但你们回到开始后又会怎么样呢?;;Don#39;t ask questions,;said the March Hare crossly.;You must tell us a story now.;;别问来问去,;三月兔生气了。;你现在得给我们讲个故事。;;But I don#39;t know any stories,;said Alice.;可是我什么故事也不知道,;爱丽丝说。Then the March Hare and the Hatter turned to the Dormouse.;Wake up,Dormouse!;they shouted loudly in its ears.;Tell us a story.;然后三月兔和制帽人转向睡鼠。;醒醒,睡鼠!;他们冲着它的耳朵喊起来。;给我们讲个故事。;;Yes,please do,;said Alice.;对,请讲个故事吧。;爱丽丝说。The Dormouse woke up and quickly began to tell a story, but a few minutes later it was asleep again.The March Hare poured a little hot tea on its nose,and the Hatter began to look for a clean plate.Alice decided to leave and walked away into the wood.She looked back once,and the March Hare and the Hatter were trying to put the Dormouse into the teapot.睡鼠醒了,马上开始讲故事。可过了几分钟,它又睡着了。三月兔把热茶倒在睡鼠的鼻子上,制帽人开始找一个干净的盘子。爱丽丝决定走,就进了小树林。她回头一看,三月兔和制帽人正想法子把睡鼠塞到茶壶里去呢。;Well,I won#39;t go there again,;said Alice.;What a stupid tea-party it was!;Just then she saw a door in one of the trees.;How curious!;she thought.;But everything is strange today.I think I#39;ll go in.;;我再也不到那儿去了。;爱丽丝说。;这茶会真愚蠢!;这时,她看见一棵树上有一扇门。;真奇怪!;她想。;今天什么事都很奇怪。我想我该进去。;So she went in.And there she was,back in the long room with the little glass table.At once,she picked up the gold key from the table,unlocked the little door into the garden,and then began to eat a piece of mushroom.When she was down to about thirty centimetres high,she walked through the door, and then,at last,she was in the beautiful garden with its green trees and bright flowers.于是她走了进去。她又回到那个有张小玻璃桌的长的房间里。她马上从桌子上拿起那个小金钥匙,打开通往花园的门,再吃一片蘑菇。当自己缩小到差不多30厘米高时,她就穿过门,终于又到了那个美丽的花园,里面尽是绿树和亮丽的鲜花。 Article/201203/174995

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