Method and perspective in anthropology; papers in honor of Wilson D. Wallis.

Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press [1954] .

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Subjects Anthropology.
Culturele antropologie.
Wallis, Wilson D. (Wilson Dallam), 1886-1970
Wallis, Wilson D. (Wilson Dallam), 1886-1970.
Wetenschappelijke technieken.
Description xii, 323 pages portrait 23 cm
Copyright Date [1954]
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Some problems of method in ethnography, by M.J. Herskovits.--An ethnographic field method, by Sister M.I. Hilger.--The intensive study of small sample communities, by E. Colson.--Form, variation, and meaning of a ceremony, by D.G. Mandelbaum.--Adventures in culture change, by A.R. Holmberg.--On the comparative method in anthropology, by E.H. Ackernecht.--The humanities in cultural anthropology by R.F. Spencer.--The problem of universal values, by R. Linton.--Archaeological method in the Eastern United States, by L.A. Wilford.--A quantitative approach to the morphological typology of language, by J.H. Greenberg.--The forgotten side of ethnogeography, by O.C. Stewart.--Research methodology in sociology: the first half-century, by R.V. Bowers.--Critical summary and commentary, by A.L. Kroeber.--References (pages 303-312).
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