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Marginal natives; anthropologists at work. Contributors: Morris Freilich [and others] Morris Freilich, editor.

New York, Harper and Row [1970] .

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Subjects Anthropologie.
Culturele antropologie.
Ethnology -- Fieldwork.
Description xi, 624 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 595-624).
Contents Field work: An introduction / Morris Freilich -- Field work in two northern Canadian communities / John J. Honigmann -- Comparative field techniques in urban research in Africa / William B. Schwab -- Village and city field work in Lebanon / John Gulick -- Cakchiqueles and Caribs: the social context of field work / Nancie L. Solien Gonzalez -- Mohawk heroes and Trinidadian peasants / Morris Freilich -- Research in individualistic societies / Pertti J. Pelto
Intensive field work and scope sampling: methods for studying the same problem at different levels / Melvin L. Perlman -- Network analysis and processes of adaptation among Ecuadorian and Nova Soctian negroes / Norman E. Whitten, Jr. -- Open networks and native formalism: the Mandaya and Pitjandjara cases / Aram A. Yengoyan -- A comparison of field research in Canada and Polynesia / Robert J. Maxwell -- Toward a formalization of field work / Morris Freilich.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)52686
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WorldCat Identities Freilich, Morris, 1928-
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