The Resource Social organization : essays presented to Raymond Firth, edited by Maurice Freedman

Social organization : essays presented to Raymond Firth, edited by Maurice Freedman

Label
Social organization : essays presented to Raymond Firth
Title
Social organization
Title remainder
essays presented to Raymond Firth
Statement of responsibility
edited by Maurice Freedman
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Collection of essays written in honour of Professor Raymond Firth by thirteen of his former students ; includes "Reflections on Durkheim and Aboriginal Religion" by W.E.H. Stanner, which is annotated separately and held as a pamphlet
Cataloging source
WU
Dewey number
301
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1901-2002
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  • Freedman, Maurice
  • Firth, Raymond
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  • Firth, Raymond
  • Anthropology
  • Social structure
  • Ethnology
Label
Social organization : essays presented to Raymond Firth, edited by Maurice Freedman
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 289-300
Contents
Levels of change in Yugoslav kinship, by L. Baric.--Theoretical problems in economic anthropology, by C. S. Belshaw.--The equality of the sexes in the Seychelles, by B. Benedict.--The Abelam artist, by A. Forge.--Ancestor worship: two facets of the Chinese case, by M. Freedman.--The plasticity of New Guinea kinship, by P. M. Kaberry.--The language of Kachin kinship; reflections on a Tikopia model, by E. Leach.--Voluntary associations in urban life: a case study of differential adaptation, by K. Little.--Patrons and brokers: rural leadership in four overseas Indian communities, by A. C. Mayer.--Shamanism among the Oya Melanau, by H. S. Morris.--Reflections on Durkheim and aboriginal religion, by W. E. H. Stanner.--Economic concentration and Malay peasant society, by M. G. Swift.--Chinese fishermen in Hong Kong: their post-peasant economy, by B. E. Ward.--References (p. 289-300)
Control code
000003242877
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
ix, 300 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Received from the Tom Austen Brown collection.
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)3695139
Label
Social organization : essays presented to Raymond Firth, edited by Maurice Freedman
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 289-300
Contents
Levels of change in Yugoslav kinship, by L. Baric.--Theoretical problems in economic anthropology, by C. S. Belshaw.--The equality of the sexes in the Seychelles, by B. Benedict.--The Abelam artist, by A. Forge.--Ancestor worship: two facets of the Chinese case, by M. Freedman.--The plasticity of New Guinea kinship, by P. M. Kaberry.--The language of Kachin kinship; reflections on a Tikopia model, by E. Leach.--Voluntary associations in urban life: a case study of differential adaptation, by K. Little.--Patrons and brokers: rural leadership in four overseas Indian communities, by A. C. Mayer.--Shamanism among the Oya Melanau, by H. S. Morris.--Reflections on Durkheim and aboriginal religion, by W. E. H. Stanner.--Economic concentration and Malay peasant society, by M. G. Swift.--Chinese fishermen in Hong Kong: their post-peasant economy, by B. E. Ward.--References (p. 289-300)
Control code
000003242877
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
ix, 300 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Received from the Tom Austen Brown collection.
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)3695139

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