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Persistent peoples : cultural enclaves in perspective / George Pierre Castile and Gilbert Kushner, editors ; contributing authors, William Y. Adams [and others].

; Kushner, Gilbert ; Adams, William Y. (William Yewdale), 1927-
Tucson, Ariz. : University of Arizona Press, [1981] .
ISBN 0816507503, 0816507449

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Other Authors Adams, William Y. 1927-
Castile, George Pierre.
Kushner, Gilbert.
Subjects Ethnic groups.
Ethnicité
Ethnicity.
Etnische groepen.
Groupes ethniques.
Description xxii, 274 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1981]
©1981
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-267) and index.
Contents Issues in the analysis of enduring cultural systems / George Pierre Castile -- part 1. Regional plural interrelationships: Dispersed minorities of the Middle East: a comparison and a lesson / William Y. Adams -- The question of enclavement in colonial Central Northern Mexico / William B. Griffen -- part 2. Opposition and persistence: The persistent identity of the Mohave Indians, 1859-1965 / Frederick J.E. Gorman -- Blacks in the United States: the creation of an enduring people? / Vera M. Green -- Mormon "peculiarity": recapitulation of subordination / Mark P. Leone -- Cherokee curing and conjuring: identity and the Southeastern co-tradition / Willard Walker -- part 3. Ritual and persistence: The ritual of the cultural enclave process: the dramatization of oppositions among the Mayo Indians of Northwest Mexico / N. Ross Crumrine -- Ritual as interethnic competition: Indito versus Blanco in Mountain Pima Easter ceremonies / Timothy Dunnigan -- part 4. An applied perspective: Applied anthropology and cultural persistence / John van Willigen -- part 5. Adaptive perspectives: On the Tarascanness of the Tarascans and the Indianness of the Indians / George Pierre Castile -- Anarchy, enclavement, and syntropy in intentional and traditional communities / Charles J. Erasmus -- Enclavement, fusion, and adaptation in a Tzeltal Maya community / Robert C. Harman -- Persistence without change: a property of sociocultural dynamics / Janet R. Moone.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7573042
(OCoLC)ocm07573042
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