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Adaptation and symbolism : essays on social organization : presented to Sir Raymond Firth by his students in the United States and Canada, 1968-1974 / edited by Karen Ann Watson-Gegeo and S. Lee Seaton.

; Watson-Gegeo, Karen Ann, 1942- ; Seaton, S. Lee, 1943-
[Honolulu] : Published for the East-West Center by the University Press of Hawaii, c1978.
ISBN 0824805593

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Other Authors Firth, Raymond William, 1901-
Watson-Gegeo, Karen Ann, 1942-
Seaton, S. Lee, 1943-
Subjects Ethnology
Firth, Raymond William, 1901-
Social structure
Description xix, 228 p.
Notes Includes bibliographies and index.
Contents Watson-Gegeo, K. A. Introduction.--Feinberg, R. Rank and authority on Anuta Island.--Ryan, D. Cliques, factions, and leadership among the Toaripi of Papua.--Peoples, J. G. From cargo to politics: the transformation of the Yali cult.--Boggs, S. T. From the mouths of babes: reflections of social structure in the verbal interaction of part-Hawaiian children.--Wu, D. Y.-H. The Chinese in New Guinea.--Prattis, J. I. Competing paradigms and false polemics in economic anthropology.--Cove, J. J. Ecology, structuralism, and fishing taboos.--Attinasi, J. J. Structural analysis of Chol Mayan pronouns.--Seaton, S. L. and Watson-Gegeo, K. A. Meta-anthropology.
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(OCoLC)3729897
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