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Hea lth care, rlpid response to crying. lfl(] constant availaui lity of mother or other caretaker. GOlls of physicli growth and development, including motoric maturation, arc paramount during this time. '(;ms to bc universal amnng them. oJ to one of their most fundamental I"a lues. fertility . Everywhere in Africa, the positive value of reproduction is gil·en .. n cmphasis. in collective as well as personal expressive form s. which can hardly be QI·erestilnated . The nurturing of healthy and strong inflnts is the realization of this I·alllc.
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D me. That type of "sa vag cry" would nave been entirely beyond tneir comprchcnsion. CHILD ABUSE AND CULTURAL VALUES: NEW GUINEA 31 REFERENCES Allen, ;\'lichacl 1967 Afille cllllt and secret initiutiom in Melilnaia. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press. 1972 Initiation. In T« mcydopediu of PIlPUO Nrw Glli1Ua. ;\1e1bourne: Melbourne Uni"ersity Press. Vol. I, pp. 552-558. Barnes, John A. 1962 African models in the New Guinea Highlands. Mil" 62:;-9. '