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Original Article

    1. R Edward Sapir's Anthropology: Style, Structure, and Method
    2. R Dozoku and the Ideology of Descent in Rural Japan1
      1. KEITH BROWN
    3. R The Fate of Utopia: Adaptive Tactics in Four Japanese Groups
      1. DAVID W. PLATH
    4. R Buddhism and Economic Action in Burma1
    5. R Transcendental and Pragmatic Aspects of Religion1
    6. R Epistemic Paradigms: Some Problems in Cross-cultural Research on Social Anthropological History and Theory1
      1. BOB SCHOLTE
    7. R "The Image of Limited Good": Comments on an Exercise in Description and Interpretation
    8. R "Peasant Society and the Image of Limited Good": A Critique1
      1. JOHN G. KENNEDY


    1. R Obituarie
      1. Neil M. Judd
    2. R Obituarie
      1. Herbert Baldus
        D. Maybury-Lewis

Brief Communication

    1. R Compadrazo and Class in Southeastern Mexcio1
      1. Gwendoline Berghe
    2. R A Switch in Meaning in Swahili Kinship Terminology
      1. James L. Brain
    3. R Provision for the Aged among the Sirionó Indians of Bolivia
      1. Perry N. Priest

Letter to the Editor

    1. R Concerning Turner's Review of Dreyfus' "Les Kayapo du Nord"
      1. Simone Dreyfus
    2. R Reply to Mme Dreyfus
      1. Terence Turner

Letters to the Editor

    1. R On Meaningful Evidence
      1. Hans G. Mukarovsky
    2. R Comment on Montagu's Reviewing
      1. Jack Conrad
    3. R Neolithic Growth Rates
      1. Brandon Barringer

Book Review

    1. R GENERAL: The Revolution in Anthropology. I. C. Jarvie
      1. Anthony F. C. Wallace
    2. R GENERAL: Marxisme et Structuralisme. Lucien Sebag
      1. Bob Scholte
    3. R GENERAL: Reader in Comparative Religion: An Anthropological Approach. William A. Lessa and Evon Z. Vogt
      1. Benson Sazer
    4. R GENERAL: Ethnos und Demos: Soziologische Beiträge zur Volkstheorie. Emerich Francis
      1. Eric Wolf
    5. R GENERAL: Man, Culture and Animals: The Role of Animals in Human Ecological Adjustments. Anthony Leeds and Andrew P. Vayda, eds
      1. Kent V. Flannery
    6. R GENERAL: Sociocultural Foundations of Personality. Albert D. Ullman
      1. Robert Hunt
    7. R GENERAL: Traditional Exchange and Modern Markets. Cyril S. Belshaw
      1. Sidney W. Mintz
    8. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: The Social Organisation and Customary Law of the Toba-Batak of North Sumatra. J. C. Vergouwen
      1. Rodney Needham
    9. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: The Merok Feast of the Sa'dan Toradja. H. van der Veen
      1. C. Nooteboom
    10. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Ornamented Bark-Cloth in Indonesia. S. Kooijman
      1. Karl Erik Larsson
    11. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Gods, Ghosts and Men in Melanesia: Some Religions of Australian New Guinea and the New Hebrides. P. Lawrence and M. J. Meggitt
      1. Leonard B. Glick
    12. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Studien über Seelenvorstellungen in Ozeanien. Hans Fischer
      1. Douglas Oliver
    13. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Lamotrek Atoll and Inter-Island Socioeconomic Ties. William H. Alkire
      1. William A. Lessa
    14. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Marquesan Sexual Behavior. Robert C. Suggs
      1. Paul Gebhard
    15. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: A Pacific Bibliography: Printed Matter Relating to the Native Peoples of Polynesia, Melanesia and Micronesia. C. R. H. Taylor
      1. David M. Schneider
    16. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Stratification in Grenada. M. G. Smith
      1. Burton Benedict
    17. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Pedro Martinez: A Mexican Peasant and His Family. Oscar Lewis
      1. June Nash
    18. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Sorcery in its Social Setting: A Study of the Northern Rhodesian Ceŵa. M. G. Marwick
      1. Barrie Reynolds
    19. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Ethiopians Speak: Studies in Cultural Background: I. Harari, Wolf Leslau
      1. William A. Shack
    20. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Hem hayû palahím: cîyûnîm behithpatûhûth hahebhrathit šel hakephar haarabhi beyišraä'èl. [They Were Peasants: Social Anthropological Studies on the Arab Village in Israel.] Henry Rosenfeld
      1. Walter P. Zenner
    21. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Society and Education in Japan. Herbert Passin
      1. Bernard J. Siegel
    22. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Some Aspects of Family in Mahuva: A Sociological Study of Jointness in a Small Town. I. P. Desai
      1. Pauline Kolenda
    23. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Land and Casle in South India: Agricultural Labour in the Madras Presidency During the Nineteenth Century. Dharma Kumar
      1. Eugene Irschick
    24. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Fundamental Principles of Mongol Law. Valentin A. Riasanovsky.: Customary Law of the Nomadic Tribes of Siberia. Valentin A. Riasanovsky
      1. Lawrence Krader
        Roberte Hamayon
    25. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: The Native Americans: Prehistory and Ethnology of the North American Indians. Robert F. Spencer, Jesse D. Jennings
      1. Robert Ritzenthaler
    26. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Eskimo Administration: III. Labrador. Diamond Jenness
      1. Asen Balikci
    27. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Black Robes and Indians on the Last Frontier. Sister Maria Ilma Raufer
      1. Deward E. Walker
    28. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: The Valley of the Six Nations: A Collection of Documents on the Indian Lands of the Grand River. Charles M. Johnston (ed.)
      1. Annemarie Shimony
    29. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: The Shadow of Sequoyah: Social Documents of the Cherokees, 1862–1964. Jack Frederick Kilpatrick and Anna Gritts Kilpatrick
      1. Paul Kutsche
    30. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: The Two Worlds of the Washo: An Indian Tribe of California and Nevada. James F. Downs
      1. John A. Price
    31. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: The Chumash Indians of Southern California. Leif C. W. Landberg
      1. Albert Mohr
    32. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Hano: A Tewa Indian Community in Arizona. Edward P. Dozier
      1. Alfonso Ortiz
    33. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: Pueblo Warriors & Spanish Conquest. Oakah Jones, Jr
      1. Erik K. Reed
    34. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: The Century after Cortés. Fernando Benítez
      1. Charles Gibson
    35. R ETHNOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY: The Aboriginal Population of Central Mexico on the Eve of the Spanish Conquest. Woodrow Borah and Sherburne F. Cook
      1. William T. Sanders
    36. R ARCHEOLOGY: Ancient Europe from the Beginnings of Agriculture to Classical Antiquity: A Survey. Stuart Piggott
      1. Geoffrey Bibby
    37. R ARCHEOLOGY: Prehistoric Art of the Western Mediterranean and the Sahara. Luis Pericot Garcia and Eduardo Ripoll Perello, eds
      1. Morton H. Levine
    38. R ARCHEOLOGY: The Archaeology and Geomorphology of Northern Asia: Selected Works. Henry N. Michael, ed.: The Soviet Far East in Antiquity: An Archaeological and Historical Study of the Maritime Region of the U.S.S.R. A. P. Okladnikov
      1. Richard G. Klein
    39. R ARCHEOLOGY: Land Behind Baghdad: A History of Settlement on the Diyala Plains. Robert McC. Adams
      1. Robert L. Raikes
    40. R ARCHEOLOGY: Archäologie aus der Luft: Arbeitserbegnisse der Flugjahre 1960 und 1961 im Rheinland. Irwin Scollar
      1. Robert M. Adams
    41. R ARCHEOLOGY: Life, Land and Water in Ancient Peru. Paul Kosok
      1. John V. Murra
    42. R ARCHEOLOGY: Archaeological Excavations at Santa Rosa Pensacola. Hale G. Smith
      1. David H. Snow
    43. R PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Human Body Composition: Approaches and Applications. Josef Brožek, ed
      1. Stanley M. Garn
    44. R PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Bones, Bodies, and Disease: Evidence of Disease and Abnormality in Early Man. Calvin Wells
      1. George Armelagos
    45. R LINGUISTICS: Trends in Linguistics. Milka Ivić. Translated by Muriel Heppell
      1. Dell Hymes
    46. R LINGUISTICS: Natural Language and the Computer. Paul L. Garvin, ed
      1. Wallace L. Chafe
    47. R LINGUISTICS: Language and Learning. Janet A. Emig, James T. Fleming, and Helen M. Popp, eds
      1. Dell Hymes
    48. R LINGUISTICS: Telefol Phonology. Alan Healey.: The Ndu Language Family (Sepik District, New Guinea). D. C. Laycock.: Languages: Eastern, Western and Southern Highlands, Territory of Papua & New Guinea. S. A. Wurm
      1. Howard McKaughan
    49. R OTHER: Anthropologists and What They Do. Margaret Mead
      1. Malcolm Collier
    50. R OTHER: Sex and Behavior. Frank A. Beach
      1. Geoffrey Gorer
    51. R OTHER: Enter Plato: Classical Greece and the Origins of Social Theory. Alvin W. Gouldner
      1. James Redfield
    52. R OTHER: Crazy February. Carter Wilson
      1. Robert M. Laughlin
    53. R OTHER: The Velikovsky Affair: The Warfare of Science and Scientism. Alfred de Grazia, ed
      1. George W. Stocking
    54. R OTHER: A Selected and Annotated Bibliography on the Sociology of Eskimo Education. R. J. Carney and W. O. Ferguson
      1. Margaret Lantis
    55. R OTHER: The Third World. Peter Worsley
      1. Sidney W. Mintz

Film Review

    1. R Netsilik Eskimo Fishing at the Stone Weir. Filmed and produced in 1963 by Educational Services, Inc., with Asm Balikci as consultant. 16 mm., in color, silent, 24 frames per second, running time 57½ minutes
      1. Robert E. Ackerman
    2. R Chinese, Korean and Japanese Dance. Filmed in 1964 and produced in 1965 by the Board of Education of the City of New York, in cooperation with the Asia Society. Directed by Clifford ettinger with beate Gordon as consultant. 16 mm., in color, with optical sound, 24 frames per second, running time 28 minutes
      1. I. Eugene
        Ji-Ae Knez
    3. R Rice. Filmed and produced in 1964 by willard van dyke and wheaton galentine, with commentary written by Howard enders and narrated by john connell, and original music written by irwin bazelon. Additional photography by k. a. reza. Sponsored by the Rockefeller Foundation. 16 mm., in color, with optical sound, 24 frames per second, running time 30 minutes
      1. Eugene I. Knez

New Publications Received

    1. R New Publications Received