The concept of cultural systems: a key to understanding tribes and nations

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Columbia University Press, 1975 - Social Science - 192 pages
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Applies an anthropological theory concerning the interaction of the social, political, and economic elements that comprise a culture to primitive and modern industrial cultures to provide insight into the course of societies

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Contents

prologue
1
systems in general
15
the generation of ethical codes
39
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