HC Deb 30 June 1966 vol 730 c317W
3. Mr. Iremonger

asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies how many anthropologists are or have been employed by Colonial Governments in recording the social customs of primitive peoples; and what steps he is taking to publish material on the methods of rearing children which might have useful application in modern industrial society.

Mr. Frederick Lee

A number of Colonial Governments have employed experts in this field from time to time but complete information is not readily available. Some reports have been published, and if the House wishes copies of any found to be relevant to the hon. Member's Question can be made available in the Library.

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