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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R working-class women's networks in a sectarian state: a political paradox
      1. SUAD JOSEPH
    2. R National conditions and local-level political structures: patronage in prerevolutionary Iran
      1. DANIEL A. BRADBURD
    3. R Natioonal politics at the village level: paradoxical perspectives on Chinese-Malaysian "factionalism"
      1. JUDITH STRAUCH
    4. R cattle, rural economic differentiation, and articulation in the highlands of Papua New Guinea
      1. LAWRENCE S. GROSSMAN
    5. R work parties, wages, and accumulation in a Voltaic village
      1. MAHIR SAUL
    6. R Paraiyar Drummers of Sri Lanka: consensus and constraint in an untouchable caste
      1. DENNIS B. MCGILVRAY
    7. R nature, culture, and the supernatural among the Susu
      1. JAMES STEEL THAYER
    8. R Tarahumara color modifiers: category structure presaging evolutionary change
      1. DON BURGESS
        WILLETT KEMPTON
        ROBERT E. MACLAURY
    9. R the language of Zuyua
      1. BRIAN STROSS

Review Article

    1. R Consciousness and class in southern Spain
      1. JAMES W. FERNANDEZ

Criticai Commentary

    1. R Comment on Scheffler's "Theory and Method In Social Anthropology"
      1. Martin Ottenheimer
    2. R Reply to Ottenheimer
      1. H. W. Scheffler

Reviews

    1. R Totems and Teachers: Perspectives on the History Of Anthropology. SYDEL SILVER-MAN
      1. JOSEPH B. CASAGRANDE
    2. R Person and Myth: Maurice Leenhardt in the Melaneslan World. JAMES CLIFFORD
      1. DONALD TUZIN
    3. R The Lord's Table: Eucharist and Passover in Early Christianity. GILLIAN FEELEY-HARNIK.
      1. MARY DOUGLAS
    4. R The Powers of Presence: Consciousness, Myth, and Affecting Presence. ROBERT PLANT ARMSTRONG.
      1. JACQUES MAQUET
    5. R The Versatility of Kinship: Essays Presented to Harry W. Basehart. LINDA S. CORDELL and STEPHEN BECKERMAN
      1. H. W. SCHEFFLER
    6. R Numerical Techniques in Social Anthropol. ogy. J. CLYDE MITCHELL
      1. MICHAEL C. ROBBINS
    7. R Reviews
      1. KRISTEN HAWKES
    8. R Hunter-Gatherer Foraging Strategies: Ethnographic and Archeological Analyses. BRUCE WINTERHALDER and ERIC ALDEN SMITH
      1. ANTHONY STOCKS
    9. R Woman the Gatherer. FRANCES DAHLBERG
      1. IEAN TRELOGGEN PETERSON
    10. R Hunter and Habitat In the Central Kalahari Desert. GEORGE B. SILBERBAUER
      1. MARC0 G. BICCHIERI
    11. R Nisa: The Life and Words of a !Kung Woman. MARJORIE SHOSTAK.
      1. NANCY HOWELL
    12. R Sex Roles and Social Change In Natiwe Lower Central American Societies. CHRISTINE A. LOVELAND and FRANKLIN 0.LOVELAND, eds.
      1. PATRICIA DROLET
    13. R Watunna: An Orinoco Creation Cycle. MARC DE CIVRIEUX. David M. Guss, ed.
      1. JEAN-PAUL DUMONT
    14. R Developing the Amazon: The Social and Ecological Consequences of Government-Directed Colonization along Brazil's Transamazon Highway. EMILIO F. MORAN
      1. STEPHEN G. BUNKER
    15. R Cultural Transformations and Ethnicity In Modern Ecuador. NORMAN E. WHITTEN, JR.
      1. RICHARD N. ADAMS
    16. R Amazonia Peruana, Nos. 1–5. Lima, Peru: Centro Amazónico de Antropologia y Aplicación Práctica (CAAAP)
      1. MCHAEL F. BROWN
    17. R Bronnen voor de Studie van Bosneger Samenlevingen [Sources for the Study of Bush Negro Societies]. R. A. J. VAN LIER and H. U. E. THODEN VAN VELZEN, gen. eds
      1. RICHARD PRICE
    18. R Praise the Bridge That Carries You Over: The Life of Joseph L. Sutton
      1. JOHN L. CWALTNEY
    19. R Another Dimension to the Black Diaspora: Diet, Disease, and Racism. KENNETH F. KIPLE and VIRGINIA HIMMELSTEIB KING.
      1. MICHEL LAGUERRE
    20. R Anthropologists at Home in North America: Methods and Issues In the Study of One's Own Society. DONALD A. MESSERSCHMIDT, ed
      1. MICHAEL AGAR
    21. R Ethnography and Language in Educational Settings. JUDITH GREEN and CYNTHIA WALLAT, eds
      1. JAN BRUKMAN
    22. R Energy Transition and the Local Community: A Theory of Society Applied to Hazelton, Pennsylvania. DAN ROSE.
      1. ERVE CHAMBERS
    23. R The History of Folklore In Europe. GIUSEPPE COCCHIARA. John N. McDaniel
      1. KENDALL BLANCHARD
    24. R The Ring of Dancers: Images of Faroese Culture. JONATHAN WYLIE and DAVID MARGOLIN.
      1. LAWRENCE TAYLOR
    25. R Terranova: The Ethos and Luck of Deep-Sea Fishermen. JOSEBA ZULAIKA.
      1. JOHN B. GATEWOOD
    26. R "We Come to Object": The Peasants of Morelios and the National State. ARTURO WARMAN. Stephen K. Ault, transl.
      1. STAN WILK
    27. R Themes of indigenous Acculturation In Northwest Mexico. THOMAS B. HINTON and PHIL C. WEIGAND
      1. RALPH L. BEALS
    28. R The Pima Bajo of Central Sonora, Mexlco. Volume 1: The Material Culture. CAMPBELL W. PENNINGTON.
      1. HENRY F. DOBYNS
    29. R Missionaries, Miners, and Indians: Spanish Contact with the Yaqui Nation of Northwestern New Spain, 1533–1820. EVELYN HUDEHART.
      1. WILLIAM B. GRIFFEN
    30. R The Mississippi Choctaws at Play: The Serious Side of Leisure. KENDALL BLANCHARD.
      1. ALLAN BURNS
    31. R Left Handed: A Navajo Autobiography. WALTER DYK and RUTH DYK.
      1. DAVID P. MCALLESTER
    32. R Crste and Other Inequlties: Essays on inequality. GERALD D. BERREMAN
      1. DENNIS B. MCGILVRAY
    33. R Worship and Conflict Under Colonial Rule: A South Indian Case. ARJUN APPADURAI
      1. MICHAEL MOFFATT
    34. R Agrarian Evolution in a Multiform Structure Society: Experience of Independent India. V. G. RASTYANNIKOV.
      1. JOHN W. BENNETT
    35. R The Play of the Gods: Locality, ideology, Structure, and Time in the Festivals of a Bengali Town.
      1. DAVID HOLMBERG
    36. R The Rwala Bedouln Today. WILLIAM LANCASTER.
      1. LOUISE SWEET
    37. R Tribe and State in Bahrain: The Transformation of Social and Political Authority in an Arab State. FUAD I. KHURI
      1. DAVID E. LONG
    38. R A Time to Reap: The Middle Age of Women in Five israeli Subcultures. NANCY DATAN. AARON ANTONOVSKY, and BENJAMIN MAOZ.
      1. KENNETH MOORE