Aerial Photography in Anthropological Field Research

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Harvard University Press, 1974 - Social Science - 194 pages
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Speaking wisely and provocatively about the political economy of race, Glenn Loury has become one of our most prominent black intellectuals - and, because of his challenges to the orthodoxies of both left and right, one of the most controversial. A major statement of a position developed over the 1990s, this book both epitomizes and explains Loury's understanding of the depressed conditions of so much of black society today - and the origins, consequences, and implications for the future of these conditions.

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Loury, the founding Director of the Institute on Race and Social Division at Boston University and author of the 1996 American Book Award winner One by One from the Inside Out, draws on decision ... Read full review

Contents

Prehistoric George A Collier
78
Michael D
94
Elmer Harp
112
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Vogt is Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at Harvard University.

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