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U SOCIAL ORGANIZATION AND SOCIAL CHANGE
SOME PRINCIPLES OF SOCIAL ORGANIZATION
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adjustment analysis anthro anthropological anthropologist argued Ariki Kafika Ariki Tafua assumption basic behaviour chief chieftainship Christian clan classificatory concept concerned conflict cultural cultural relativism dynamic economic election elements emotional experience expression fact father Fenuatara field Firth functions human implications important individual interest interpretation involved kava kave kind kinship lineage marriage married Marxist material Max Weber meaning mediumship ment moral mother's brother mystic native normally notion Nupe operation patrilineal phenomena political primitive principle problem Radcliffe-Brown Rangifuri RAYMOND FIRTH reality reference regarded relationship relative religion religious belief religious system responsibility ritual role Shilluk sibling significant sister situation social action social anthropology social change social organization social structure social system society Solomon Islands specific spirit medium static status succession symbolic taina tautau pariki theory Tikopia tion traditional Tswana Vaitere values W. H. R. Rivers