The people of Puerto Rico; a study in social anthropology, by Julian H. Steward [and others.

; University of Puerto Rico (Río Piedras Campus). Social Science Research Center
Urbana] University of Illinois Press, 1956.

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Other Authors University of Puerto Rico (Río Piedras Campus). Social Science Research Center.
Subjects Anthropologie -- Porto Rico.
Cultuur.
Porto Rico -- Conditions sociales.
Puerto Rico -- Social conditions.
Puerto Rico.
Social conditions
Sociale situatie.
Series University of Puerto Rico. Social Science Research Center. A Social Science Research study.
Description ix, 540 pages illustrations, maps, diagrams 29 cm.
Copyright Date 1956.
Notes "A Social Science Research Center study, College of Social Sciences, University of Puerto Rico."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 516-526).
Contents The cultural historical approach -- Period I: Discovery and introduction of Iberian patterns (1493-1700) -- Period II: Increasing export agriculture (early eighteenth century to early nineteenth century) -- Period III: Expanding export agriculture (1815-1898) -- Period IV: National patterns during the American period (1898-1948) -- Tabara: subcultures of a tobacco and mixed crops municipality / Robert A. Manners -- San José: subcultures of a traditional coffee municipality / Eric R. Wolf -- Nocorá: the subculture of workers on a government-owned sugar plantation / Elena Padilla Seda -- Cañamelar: the subculture of a rural sugar plantation proletariat / Sidney W. Mintz -- The prominent families of Puerto Rico / Raymond L. Scheele -- Comparative analysis of regional subcultures -- Nationality in Puerto Rico -- Some hypothetical regularities of cultural change.
Geographic Area Puerto Rico
Network Numbers (OCoLC)264208
(OCoLC)ocm00264208
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WorldCat Identities Steward, Julian Haynes, 1902-1972.
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