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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R The Beginnings of Cultivation in the Midwest-Riverine Area of the United States
      1. STUART STRUEVER
        KENT D. VICKERY
    2. R The Concept of an Altithermal Cultural Hiatus in Northern Plains Prehistory
      1. BRIAN REEVES
    3. R Harvest Timing, Transhumance, and the Process of Domestication1
      1. THOMAS F. LYNCH
    4. R Analysis of an Aesthetic Values Test: Detection of Inter-Subgroup Differences Within a Pottery Producing Community in Mexico1
      1. PEGGY GOLDE
        HELENA C. KRAEMER
    5. R Associational-Metaphorical Activity: Another View of Language and Mind
      1. SHIRLEY LEONE
    6. R Kwara?ae Ethnoglottochronology: Procedures Used by Malaita Cannibals for Determining Percentages of Shared Cognates1
      1. ROGER M. KEESING
    7. R Formal Changes in Trinidad Hindi: as a Result of Language Adaptation1
      1. MRIDULA ADENWALA DURBIN
    8. R Boundary Maintenance in Algonquian: A Linguistic Study of Island Lake, Manitoba1
      1. H. CHRISTOPH WOLFART
    9. R Double Standards1
      1. RONALD MACAULAY
    10. R On Key Symbols1
      1. SHERRY B. ORTNER
    11. R The History of Anthropology Revisited—A Byzantine Viewpoint
      1. MICHAEL A. HOFFMAN
    12. R Comparative Analysis and Retroductive Reasoning or Conclusions in Search of a Premise1
      1. RICHARD PAUL CHANEY
    13. R A Scientific Concept of Culture
      1. GERALD WEISS
    14. R The Superabundance of Understanding: Kalanga Rhetoric and Domestic Divination1
      1. RICHARD P. WERBNER
    15. R Sheep in Navajo Culture and Social Organization1
      1. GARY WITHERSPOON
    16. R On the Estimation of the Sizes of Local Groups in a Hunting-Gathering Environment1
      1. JOHN F. MARTIN
    17. R The Behavior of Young Primates During Adult Copulation: Observations of a Macaca irus Colony1
      1. TINA BENEDICTIS
    18. R Stone Tools for Steel-Age Mexicans? Aspects of Production in a Zapotec Stoneworking Industry1
      1. SCOTT COOK
    19. R Oligopolistic Prices in a Free Market—Antigua Guatemala1
      1. JOHN SWETNAM
    20. R The Ecology of Rural Ethnic Groups and the Spatial Dimensions of Power1
      1. ROBERT L. CANFIELD
    21. R The Athabascans of Interior Alaska: A Culture and Personality Perspective
      1. ARTHUR E. HIPPLER
    22. R "Spiritual Education" in a Japanese Bank1
      1. THOMAS P. ROHLEN
    23. R On Preferential/Prescriptive Marriage and the Function of Kinship Systems: The Rukuba Case (Benue-Plateau State, Nigeria)1
      1. JEAN-CLAUDE MULLER
    24. R Fanti Kinship: The Structure of Terminology and Behavior1
      1. DAVID B. KRONENFELD
    25. R Genetic Relations of Polynesian Sibling Terminologies
      1. P. J. EPLING
        JEROME KIRK
        JOHN PAUL BOYD
    26. R Descent, Affinity, and Ritual Relations in Eastern Turkey
      1. PAUL J. MAGNARELLA
        ORHAN TÜRKDO[Gcaron]AN
    27. R Another View of American Kinship1
      1. FRANK J. F. WORDICK
    28. R A Structural Analysis of Genealogy and Worldview in the Old Testament
      1. KARIN R. ANDRIOLO
    29. R Believers and Beaters: A Case Study of Supernatural Beliefs and Child Rearing in the Bahama Islands
      1. CHARLOTTE SWANSON OTTERBEIN
        KEITH F. OTTERBEIN
    30. R Toward a Theory of the Status of Women1
      1. PEGGY R. SANDAY
    31. R The "Xhosa" In Town, Revisited Urban Social Anthropology: A Failure of Method and Theory
      1. B. MAGUBANE

Discussion and Debate

    1. R Problems with Johnson's "Problems in Avant-Garde Archaeology"
      1. JOSEPH J. LISCHKA
    2. R A Note on Phonetic Ability
      1. ELIZABETH GAYLE NETT
    3. R Reply to "A Note on Phonetic Ability"
      1. PHILIP LIEBERMAN
        EDMUND S. CRELIN
        DENNIS H. KLATT
    4. R Baking and Roasting
      1. ANDREW L. SIHLER
    5. R The Argument Against the Physiological Determination of Female Roles: A Reply to Pierre L. van den Berghe's Rejoinder to Williams' Extension of Brown's Article1
      1. SHARLOTTE NEELY WILLIAMS