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Original Article

    1. R Whatever Happened to the Id?
      1. Melford E. Spiro
    2. R Linguistic Knowledge and Cultural Knowledge: Some Doubts and Speculations
      1. Roger M. Keesing
    3. R Biological Analogy, Diffusionism, and Archaeology
      1. Laurie R. Godfrey
        John R. Cole
    4. R Epistemological Implications of Fieldwork and Their Consequences
      1. Frank A. Salamone
    5. R Alternative Models of Scientific Explanation
      1. Merrilee H. Salmon
        Wesley C. Salmon

Review Article

    1. R Contemporary Perspectives in South Asian Archaeology: The Prehistory and Protohistory of India and Pakistan. H. D. Sankalia.: New Archaeology: Its Scope and Application to India. H. D. Sankalia.: Understanding Indian Civilization: A Framework of Enquiry. S. C. Malik.
      1. Barry E. Thompson


    1. R STEVEN POLGAR 1931–1978
      1. Vera Rubin
    2. R RUTH SAWTELL WALLIS 1895–1978
      1. June M. Collins
    3. R GITEL POZNANSKI STEED 1914–1977
      1. Alexander Lesser
    4. R SOL WORTH 1922–1977
      1. Richard Chalfen

Report and Comment

    1. R Immortality through Kinship: The Vertical Transmission of Substance and Symbolic Estate
      1. Daniel Craig
    2. R The Mouth of Heaven and the Kwakiutl Tongue: A Comment on Walens on Goldman
      1. Wayne Suttles
    3. R In the Teeth of the Evidence: A Rejoinder to Suttles
      1. Stanley Walens
    4. R Nonreproductive Sexual Behavior: Ethological and Cultural Considerations
      1. Ina Jane Wundram
    5. R A Critique of "The New Ethnicity"
      1. G. James Patterson
    6. R The Truth in Masquerade
      1. Oriol Pi-Sunyer
    7. R Comment on Weiss' The Problem of Development in the Non-Western World
      1. Beth Dillingham
    8. R Comment on Barkow
      1. John J. Swetnam
        Martha C. Knack
    9. R An Expert Witness Answers Rosen
      1. Omer C. Stewart
    10. R Response to Stewart
      1. Lawrence Rosen
    11. R Comment on Kendall's Review of A Guide to the Languages of the World
      1. Merritt Ruhlen
    12. R A "Retort Courteous" to Omer Stewart
      1. Weston Barre
    13. R A Reply to La Barre's "Retort Courteous"
      1. Omer C. Stewart
    14. R Women, Horticulture, and Society in Sub-Saharan Africa: Some Comments
      1. Karla O. Poewe
    15. R Battle of the Sexes in Zambia: A Reply to Karla Poewe
      1. Chet S. Lancaster
    16. R A Note on "Excess Access and Incest," by Busch and Gundlach
      1. David M. Schneider
    17. R Response to Schneider
      1. Ruth Busch
        James Gundlach
    18. R Note on Scheffler's Review of Pinikindu
      1. Wagner Roy
    19. R Tribal Organization and Subsistence: A Response to Emanuel Marx
      1. Philip Carl Salzman
    20. R Back to the Problem of Tribe
      1. Emanuel Marx

Book Review

    1. R Physical Anthropology: Play and Aggression: A Study of Rhesus Monkeys. Donald Symons.
      1. John D. Baldwin
    2. R Physical Anthropology: Ecology and Behaviour of Nocturnal Primates: Prosimians of Equatorial West Africa. Pierre Charles-Dominique. R. D. Martin
      1. William L. Jungers
    3. R Physical Anthropology: Sociobiology and Behavior. David P. Barash.
      1. J. P. Scott
    4. R Physical Anthropology: Guide to Fossil Man: A Handbook of Human Palaeontology. Michael H. Day.
      1. Tim D. White
    5. R Linguistics: Current Issues in Linguistic Theory. Roger W. Cole
      1. Michael Silverstein
    6. R Linguistics: Grammatical Analysis. Kenneth L. Pike and Evelyn G. Pike.
      1. Joseph E. Grimes
    7. R Linguistics: Pidgin and Creole Linguistics. Albert Valdman
      1. David Dwyer
    8. R Linguistics: Languages of the West Indies. Douglas Taylor.
      1. William Washabaugh
    9. R Linguistics: The Thread of Discourse. Joseph E. Grimes.
      1. Judith T. Irvine
    10. R Linguistics: On the Other Hand: New Perspectives on American Sign Language. Lynn A. Friedman.
      1. Patricia Siple
    11. R Linguistics: Jacaltec: The Structure of Jacaltec. Colette Grinevald Craig.
      1. Nora C. England
    12. R Linguistics: Studies in Uto-Aztecan Grammar, Volume 1: An Overview of Uto-Aztecan Grammar. Ronald W. Langacker.
      1. Susan Steele
    13. R Linguistics: German in Contact with Other Languages. Carol Molony, Helmut Zobl, and Wilfried Stölting
      1. Winfred P. Lehmann
    14. R Linguistics: The Acquisition of Maya Phonology: Variation in Yucatec Child Language. H. Stephen Straight.
      1. Lenora A. Timm
    15. R Linguistics: The Individual in Northern Dene Thought and Communication: A Study in Sharing and Diversity. Jane Christian and Peter M. Gardner.
      1. Jane H. Hill
    16. R Linguistics: Lessons in Hopi. Milo Kalectaca. Ronald W. Langacker
      1. Stanley R. Witkowski
    17. R Archaeology: Studies in the Archeological History of the Deh Luran Plain: The Excavation of Chagha Sefid. Frank Hole.
      1. Barry E. Thompson
    18. R Archaeology: People of the Eland: Rock Paintings of the Drakensberg Bushmen as a Reflection of Their Life and Thought. Patricia Vinnicombe.
      1. Glynn Isaac
    19. R Archaeology: The Later Prehistory of Eastern and Southern Africa. D. W. Phillipson.
      1. Joseph O. Vogel
    20. R Archaeology: Olorgesailie: Archeological Studies of a Middle Pleistocene Lake Basin in Kenya. Glynn L1. Isaac
      1. Richard G. Klein
    21. R Archaeology: Nubia: Corridor to Africa. William Y. Adams.
      1. Gordon W. Hewes
    22. R Archaeology: Le Site Archéologique de la Kamoa (Région du Shaba, République du Zaïre) de l'Age de la Pierre Ancien à l'Age du Fer. Daniel Cahen.
      1. Sheryl F. Miller
    23. R Archaeology: The Middle Woodland Population of the Lower Illinois Valley: A Study in Paleodemographic Methods. David L. Asch.
      1. Robert L. Blakely
    24. R Archaeology: Die Inka in Ekuador: Untersuchungen anhand ihrer materiellen Hinterlassenschaft. Albert Meyers.
      1. Dorothy Menzel
    25. R Archaeology: The Origins of Maya Civilization. Richard E. W. Adams
      1. David A. Freidel
    26. R Archaeology: Amerinds and their Paleoenvironments in Northeastern North America. Walter S. Newman and Bert Salwen
      1. Barbara E. Luedtke
    27. R Archaeology: The Eskimos and Aleuts. Don E. Dumond.
      1. William B. Workman
    28. R Ethnology: Fàànakkar: Cultural Values in a Micronesian Society. John L. Caughey.
      1. J. L. Fischer
    29. R Ethnology: Aboriginal Men of High Degree. A. P. Elkin.
      1. Jane C. Goodale
    30. R Ethnology: Harvest of the Palm: Ecological Change in Eastern Indonesia. James J. Fox.s
      1. James A. Boon
    31. R Ethnology: Nakahara: Family Farming and Population in a Japanese Village, 1717–1830. Thomas C. Smith.
      1. John B. Cornell
    32. R Ethnology: Japan: The Paradox of Progress. Lewis Austin
      1. Richard W. Stoffle
    33. R Ethnology: Japanese Patterns of Behavior. Takie Sugiyama Lebra.
      1. George A. DeVos
    34. R Ethnology: The Yomut Turkmen: A Study of Social Organization among a Central Asian Turkic-Speaking Population. William Irons.
      1. Paul J. Magnarella
    35. R Ethnology: Rural Society in France: Selections from the Annales, Economies, Sociétés, Civilisations. Robert Forster and Orest Ranum
      1. Yvan Breton
    36. R Ethnology: Anglo-American Contributions to Basque Studies: Essays in Honor of Jon Bilbao. William A. Douglass, Richard W. Etulain, and William H. Jacobsen, Jr.
      1. Davydd J. Greenwood
    37. R Ethnology: Garçons et Filles: Le passage à l'Age d'Homme chez les Gbaya Kara [Boys and Girls: passage to adulthood among the Gbaya Kara]. Recherches oubanguiennes
      1. M. Lionel Bender
    38. R Ethnology: The Last Caravan. Thurston Clarke.
      1. William Torry
    39. R Ethnology: The Tuareg: People of Ahaggar. Jeremy Keenan.
      1. Robert F. Murphy
    40. R Ethnology: Mucheke: Race, Status, and Politics in a Rhodesian Community. A. K. H. Weinrich.
      1. J. F. Holleman
    41. R Ethnology: Slavery in Africa: Historical and Anthropological Perspectives. Suzanne Miers and Igor Kopytoff
      1. Douglas Jones
    42. R Ethnology: Plantation Slavery in Barbados: An Archaeological and Historical Investigation. Jerome S. Handler and Frederick W. Lange.
      1. Robert Dirks
    43. R Ethnology: The Formation of a Colonial Society: Belize, from Conquest to Crown Colony. O. Nigel Bolland.
      1. Peter J. Wilson
    44. R Ethnology: From Isolation towards Integration: The Surinam Maroons and their Colonial Rulers: Official Documents Relating to the Djukas (1845–1863). Silvia W. de Groot.
      1. Richard Price
    45. R Ethnology: Red Gold: The Conquest of the Brazilian Indians, 1500–1760. John Hemming.
      1. John H. Bodley
    46. R Ethnology: Mehinaku: The Drama of Daily Life in a Brazilian Indian Village. Thomas Gregor.
      1. John H. Bodley
    47. R Ethnology: Procesos de Articulación Social. Esther Hermitte and Leopoldo Bartolomé
      1. Barry L. Isaac
    48. R Ethnology: The Art of the Festival: As Exemplified by the Fiesta to the Patroness of Otuzco: La Virgen de la Puerta. Robert J. Smith.
      1. Patricia J. Netherly
    49. R Ethnology: The Vision of the Vanquished: The Spanish Conquest of Peru through Indian Eyes, 1530–1570. Nathan Wachtel.
      1. J. V. Murra
    50. R Ethnology: These Mountains Are Our Sacred Places: The Story of the Stoney Indians. Chief John Snow.
      1. Keith Parry
    51. R Ethnology: Fig Tree John: An Indian in Fact and Fiction. Peter G. Beidler.
      1. Michael W. Everett
    52. R Ethnology: Ethnic Medicine in the Southwest. Edward H. Spicer
      1. Michael W. Everett
    53. R Ethnology: A Canadian Indian Bibliography. Thomas S. Abler and Sally M. Weaver.
      1. Charles A. Bishop
    54. R Ethnology: Peoples of the Sea Wind: The Native Americans of the Pacific Coast. Vinson Brown.
      1. Tom McFeat
    55. R Ethnology: Hunters, Seamen, and Entrepreneurs: The Tuna Seinermen of San Diego. Michael K. Orbach.
      1. M. Estellie Smith
    56. R Ethnology: Oral Literature in Africa. Ruth Finnegan.
      1. Edgar G. Polome
    57. R Ethnology: Folklore and Nationalism in Modern Finland. William A. Wilson.
      1. Daniel Crowley
    58. R Ethnology: Tradition and Change in Three Generations of Japanese Americans. John W. Connor.
      1. John Singleton
    59. R Ethnology: Networks and Marginality: Life in a Mexican Shantytown. Larissa Adler Lomnitz.
      1. Donald V. Kurtz
    60. R Ethnology: Colonial Urban Development: Culture, Social Power and Environment. Anthony D. King.
      1. Aidan Southall
    61. R General and Theoretical: The Domestication of the Savage Mind. Jack Goody.
      1. Harold Scheffler
    62. R General and Theoretical: The Reversible World: Symbolic Inversion in Art and Society. Barbara A. Babcock.
      1. Janet Dolgin
    63. R General and Theoretical: Secular Ritual. Sally Falk Moore and Barbara G. Myerhoff
      1. David Buchdahl
    64. R General and Theoretical: Outline of a Theory of Practice. Pierre Bourdieu.
      1. C. Scott Littleton
    65. R General and Theoretical: Dialectic of Civil Society. Lawrence Krader.
      1. Louise Sweet
    66. R General and Theoretical: Historical Explanation: Re-enactment and Practical Inference. Rex Martin.
      1. Charles A. Bishop
    67. R General and Theoretical: Urban Anthropology. Richard Basham.
      1. Leonard Plotnicov
    68. R General and Theoretical: Anthropology of the City: An Introduction to Urban Anthropology. Edwin Eames and Judith Granich Goode.
      1. Donald V. Kurtz
    69. R General and Theoretical: Estudio económico de América Latina, 1974. Comisión Económica para América Latina.
      1. William Roseberry
    70. R General and Theoretical: Peasant Livelihood: Studies in Economic Anthropology and Cultural Ecology. Rhoda Halperin and James Dow
      1. W. G. Davis
    71. R General and Theoretical: War, Its Causes and Correlates. Martin H. Nettleship, R. Dale Givens, and Anderson Nettleship: Discussions on War and Human Aggression. R. Dale Givens and Martin Nettleship
      1. Robert L. Carneiro
    72. R General and Theoretical: The Second Ring of Power. Carlos Castaneda.
      1. Richard Mille
    73. R General and Theoretical: How to Prepare a Research Proposal. David R. Krathwohl.
      1. Nancie L. Gonzalez
    74. R General and Theoretical: Cross-Cultural Approaches to the Study of Alcohol: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Michael W. Everett, Jack O. Waddell, and Dwight B. Heath
      1. Charles R. Snyder
    75. R General and Theoretical: Marginal Natives at Work: Anthropologists in the Field. Morris Freilich
      1. Michael A. Rynkiewich
    76. R General and Theoretical: Sex Roles: Biological, Psychological, and Social Foundations. Shirley Weitz.
      1. M. Kay Martin
    77. R General and Theoretical: The Anthropology of Dance. Anya Peterson Royce.
      1. Adina Armelagos
    78. R General and Theoretical: Morality and Expediency: The Folklore of Academic Politics. F. G. Bailey.
      1. Henry P. Lundsgaarde
    79. R General and Theoretical: Selected Papers from theAmerican Anthropologist1888–1920. Frederica de Laguna: Selected Papers from theAmerican Anthropologist1921–1945. George W. Stocking, Jr.: Selected Papers from theAmerican Anthropologist1946–1970. Robert F. Murphy
      1. Timothy H. H. Thoresen
    80. R Applied Anthropology: Victims of the Miracle: Development and the Indians of Brazil. Shelton H. Davis.
      1. Daniel R. Gross
    81. R Applied Anthropology: Balance del indigenismo: Informe sobre la política indigenista en América. Alejandro D. Marroquín.
      1. Thomas M. Davies
    82. R Applied Anthropology: Alpacas, Sheep, and Men: The Wool Export Economy and Regional Society in Southern Peru. Benjamin S. Orlove.
      1. Robert W. Werge
    83. R Applied Anthropology: Dissent, Protest, and Reform in Indian Civilization. S. C. Malik
      1. Ruth S. Freed
    84. R Applied Anthropology: Culture, Disease, and Healing: Studies in Medical Anthropology. David Landy
      1. Clifford R. Barnett

Audiovisual Review

    1. R Museum Exhibit: Ice Age Art. American Museum of Natural History
      1. Alexander Alland
    2. R Television Production: Voyage of the Hokule'a. 1977. Produced by Dale Bell;
      1. Ben Finney
    3. R Films: Mourning for Mangatopi. 1975. Directed by Curtis Levy;: Dingari Ceremonies at Papunya—June 1972. 1972-77. By Lew Parlette.: Larwari and Walkara. 1972-76. Directed by Roger Sandall; anthropologist, Stephen Wild.
      1. Robert A. Paul
    4. R Films: Dodoth Morning. 1976. Photographed, edited, and narrated by Timothy Asch;
      1. Gregory A. Finnegan
    5. R Films: Rhesus Play. 1977
      1. Suzanne Ripley
    6. R Films: Berlin. 1927
      1. Donald M. Bahr
    7. R Films: No Longer Strangers. 1966 (?). By David Martin.
      1. Karl G. Heider
    8. R Audiovisual Notes
    9. R Audiovisual Book: A Paradigm for Looking: Cross-Cultural Research with Visual Media. Beryl L. Bellman
      1. Stephen A. Wild
    10. R Audiovisual Book: New Publications Received
    11. R Audiovisual Book: Style Guide and Information for Authors