Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, Volume 27

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University of New Mexico., 1971 - Anthropology
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Contents

The Collapse of Classic Maya Civilization in the Southern
1
Some Old Themes and New Directions
19
Socialization and PreLinguistic Development among the Luo of Kenya
41
Some Comments on Manihot Subsistence and the Ancient Maya
51
Stratification Polyandry and Family Structure in Central Tibet
64
The Social Organization of an Urban Samoan Community
75
Indian Reservations Anomie and Social Pathologies
97
Cultural Adaptation Kinship and Descent in Madagascar
129
a Study of Power and Privilege
203
Migration Dynamics in the Interior of Ceará Brazil
234
A Traditional African Psychiatrist ROBERT B EDGERTON
259
A Functional Measure of Tooth Size MILFORD H WOLPOFF
279
the Matrilateral
287
Jicarilla Apache Territory Economy and Society in 1850
309
Female Roles and Male Dominance among Peasants
330
Coast Salish Status Ranking and Intergroup Ties
353

The Nonempirical Environment of the Arctic Alaskan Eskimos
148
The Study of AfroAmerican Cultural Dynamics ULF HANNERZ
181
the Analysis
381
INDEX
404

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