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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 8157 6853
Name: 
Smith, Brian Sutton-
Sutton-Smith, B.
Sutton-Smith, Brian
Dates: 
1924-
Creation class: 
article
Computer file
Language material
Text
Creation role: 
author
redactor
writer of accompanying material
Related names: 
Avedon, Elliott M.
Carlisle, Rodney P. (1936- ))
Herron, R.E.
Kooij, Rimmert van der (1935-)
Lamb, Michael E. (1953-)
Lytle, Donald E. (1944- ))
Pellegrini, Anthony D.
Rosenberg, B. G. (1922-)
Rosenberg, Benjamin George (1922-)
Rossie, Jean-Pierre
Stephenson, William
Sutton-Smith, Shirley
Titles: 
ambiguity of play, The
anthropology of sport an introduction, The
Child's play : [Collected readings on the biology, ecology, psychology and sociology of play]
Children's folklore : a source book
Children's games anthology, A : studies in folklore and anthropology
Children's play : past, present & future
cobbers, 'the
Dialektik des Spiels e. Theorie d. Spielens, d. Spiele u.d. Sports, Die
Encyclopedia of play in today's society.
Folk games.
folkgames of children., The
folkstories of children, The
future of play theory, The : a multidisciplinary inquiry into the contributions of Brian Sutton-Smith
games of New Zealand children, 1959., The
Games of the Americas, The : a book of readings
history of children's play, A : New Zealand, 1840-1950
Hogyan játsszunk gyermekeinkkel (és mikor ne)?
Hoppe, hoppe, Reiter d. Bedeutung von Kinder-Eltern-Spielen
How to play with your children (and when not to)?
Masks of play, The
new zealand school journal
'our street
Play : an interdisciplinary synthesis
Play and intervention
Play and learning
play theory of mass communication, The
Psychology of play, The
Readings in child psychology.
Sex and identity
Sibling relationships : their nature and significance across the lifespan
'smitty does a bunk
study of games., The
Toys as culture
Toys, play, culture and society an anthropological approach with reference to North Africa and the Sahara
Contributed to or performed: 
BRITISH JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL STUDIES
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