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The social anthropology of complex societies

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The social anthropology of complex societies
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The social anthropology of complex societies
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Includes contributions; M. Gruckman & F. Eggan Introduction; E.R. Wolf - Kinship, friendship and patron-client relations in complex societies; B. Benedict - Sociological characteristics of small territories and their implications for economic development; J.C. Mitchell - Theoretical orientations in African urban studies; J. Loudon Religious order and mental disorder; a study in a south Wales rural community; A.C. Mayer - The significance of quasi groups in the study of complex societies; R. Frankenberg - British community studies; problems of synthesis; Material derived from Association of Social Anthropologists sponsored conference on new approaches in social anthropology held at Cambridge, June 1963
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1926-
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Banton, Michael
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A.S.A. Monographs 4
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Association of Social Anthropologists.
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The social anthropology of complex societies
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M0058973
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xlvii, 156 p.
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9780422725200
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9703
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0083454
Label
The social anthropology of complex societies
Publication
Control code
M0058973
Extent
xlvii, 156 p.
Isbn
9780422725200
Stock number
9703
System control number
0083454

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