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     "For all human beings begin life in a state of dependence.  The child's physical ([and emotional]) ([ and spiritual ]) ([ and sacred ]) ([ and mystical ]) needs are supplied by his elders.  As the once completely dependent individual grows progressively more indepedent ([ and inter-dependent ]) and moves beyond this first set of relationships, the pattern that he has learned in these formative years becomes the basis of his reactions to the wider society and other individuals who compose it." (p.294)
           --(Hsu, "Americans & Chinese," [DS 721.H685 1970], p.294)

 

 ( 1.)  prologue                                     [ ]
 ( 2.)  son and father (SAF)                
          or
            daughter and father (DAF)                [ ]
 ( 3.)  total cultural context (TCC)                 [ ]
          ( see note(cultural context)_aac.txt )
 ( 4.)  Western and Chinese Women (WCW)              [ ]
 ( 5.)  personality and culture (PAC)                [ ]
 ( 6.)  network of relationships (NOR)               [ ]
 ( 7.)  birthday                                     [ ]
 ( 8.)  children                                     [ ]
 ( 9.)  pleasure, dating, and drinking               [ ]
 (10.)  probability                                  [ ]
 (11.)  occupational hazard                          [ ]
 (12.)  steal a country (SAC)                        [ ]            
 (13.)  mandate of heaven                            [ ]
 (14.)  Hawaii and Buddhism                          [ ]
 (15.)  one-son inheritance (OSI)                    [ ]
 (16.)  emigrants                                    [ ]
 (17.)  American economics activities (AEA)          [ ]
 (18.)  intimate human association (IHA)
          or
            intimate human relation (IHR)            [ ]
 (19.)  young gentle men (YGM)
          and
            young gentle lady (YGL)                  [ ]

 (20.)  identity crisis (IC)                         [ ]
 (21.)  self-reliant (D, I, ID)
          or
            dependent, in-dependent, inter-dependent [ ]
 (22.)  music, melody and scale                      [ ]
 (23.)  black, white and gray                        [ ]
 (24.)  brain-wash                                   [ ]
 (25.)  China in brief (1930s)                       [ ]
 (26.)  double standard                              [ ]
 (27.)  China-Russia                                 [ ]
 (28.)  military air power (MAP)                     [ ]
          ( see note(air power)_aac.txt )
 (29.)  social framework                             [ ]
 (30.)  half-truths, misleading and propaganda       [ ]
 (31.)  price and labour competition                 [ ]
 (32.)  human relationships                          [ ]
 (33.)  human good                                   [ ]
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