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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R exposing the moral self in Montenegro: the use of natural definitions to keep ethnography descriptive
      1. CHRISTOPHER BOEHM
    2. R the moral imagination of the Kaguru: some thoughts on tricksters, translation and comparative analysis
      1. T. O. BEIDELMAN
    3. R the Anggor bowman: ritual and society in Melanesia
      1. PETER B. HUBER
    4. R it's not who you are but how you give that counts: the role of exchange in a Melanesian society
      1. NANCY McDOWELL
    5. R reproduction: a replacement for reciprocity
      1. ANNETTE B. WEINER
    6. R working out or working in: the choice between wage labor and cash cropping in rural Belize
      1. MICHAEL CHIBNIK
    7. R a model of illness treatment decisions in a Tarascan town
      1. JAMES C. YOUNG
    8. R Ainu illness and healing: a symbolic interpretation
      1. EMIKO OHNUKI-TIERNEY
    9. R on cultural schemata
      1. G. ELIZABETH RICE
    10. R the Namonuito solution to the "matrilineal puzzle"
      1. JOHN BYRON THOMAS

Critical Commentary

    1. R what's in a name?
      1. Michael P. Carroll
    2. R nonbiological classification reconsidered: a response to Durrenberger and Morrison
      1. Cecil H. Brown
    3. R reply to Fadwa El Guindl
      1. J. David Sapir
    4. R that symbols "mean or not mean" is not the question: reply to Sapir
      1. Fadwa Guindi
    5. R comments on the double helix kinship model
      1. H. W. Scheffler
    6. R the authors reply to Scheffler
      1. Woodrow W. Denham
        Chad K. McDaniel
        John R. Atkins
    7. R on Rounds' general knowledge of politics: a rejoinder
      1. Michael E. Melody
    8. R melody and harmony with the cosmos: a reply
      1. J. Rounds
    9. R more on the Guyanese Creole "nanny"
      1. Sylvia Vatuk
    10. R reply to Vatuk: on the Trans-Pacific "nanny"
      1. Lee Drummond

Review

    1. R Margaret Mead: Some Personal Views. RHODA METRAUX
      1. PAUL J. BOHANNAN
    2. R The Making of Psychological Anthropology. GEORGE D. SPINDLER
      1. EDWARD M. BRUNER
    3. R Women in Ritual and Symbolic Roles. JUDITH HOCH-SMITH and ANITA SPRING
      1. VIRGINIA KERNS
    4. R The Early State. HENRY J. M. CLAESSEN and PETER SKALNIK
      1. MORTON H. FRlED
    5. R Ecodynamics: A New Theory of Societal Evolution. KENNETH E. BOULDING
      1. RICHARD N. ADAMS
    6. R Scale and Social Organization. FREDRIK BARTH
      1. ALVIN W. WOLFE
    7. R Perspectives in Marxist Anthropology. MAURICE GODELIER. Robert Brain
      1. ORlOL PI-SUNYER
    8. R The New Economic Anthropology. JOHN CLAMMER
      1. HAROLD K. SCHNEIDER
    9. R The Frontier: Comparative Studies, Vol. Two. WILLIAM W. SAVAGE, JR. and STEPHEN I. THOMPSON
      1. MARY W. HELMS
    10. R Questions and Politeness: Strategies in Social Interaction. ESTHER N. GOODY
      1. JOEL SHERZER
    11. R Tzeltal Folk Zoology: The Classification of Discontinuities in Nature. EUGENE S. HUNN
      1. CEClL H. BROWN
    12. R Quantification in Cultural Anthropology: An Introduction to Research Design. ALLEN W. JOHNSON
      1. HENRY A. SELBY
    13. R Long-Term Field Research in Social Anthropology. GEORGE M. FOSTER, THAYER SCUDDER, ELIZABETH COLSON, and ROBERT V. KEMPER
      1. PHILIP L. KlLBRlDE
    14. R Notes on an Undirected Life: As One Anthropologist Tells it. ESTHER S. GOLDFRANK
      1. GEORGE W. STOCKING
    15. R To Defend Ourselves: Ecology and Ritual in an Andean Village. BILLIE JEAN ISBELL
      1. PAUL L. DOUGHTY
    16. R The Headman and I: Ambiguity and Ambivalence in the Fieldworking Experience. JEAN-PAUL DUMONT
      1. PETER G. RIVIÈRE
    17. R The Symbolism of Subordination: Indian Identity in a Guatemalan Town. KAY B. WARREN
      1. STEPHEN GUDEMAN
    18. R The Demise of a Rural Economy: From Subsistence to Capitalism in a Latin American Village. STEPHEN GUDEMAN
      1. STUART PLATTNER
    19. R The Smoking Gods: Tobacco in Maya Art, History, and Religion. FRANCIS ROBICSEK
      1. MUNRO S. EDMONSON
    20. R Coyoteway: A Navajo Holyway Healing Ceremonial. KARL W. LUCKERT
      1. CHARLOTTE J. FRISBIE
    21. R The Cherokee Indian Nation: A Troubled History. DUANE H. KING: Slavery and the Evolution of Cherokee Society, 1540–1866. THEDA PERDUE
      1. RAYMOND D. FOGELSON
    22. R Nunamiut Ethnoarchaeology. LEWIS R. BINFORD
      1. ERNEST S. BURCH
    23. R Exiles and Migrants in Oceania. MICHAEL D. LIEBER
      1. PAUL SHANKMAN
    24. R Sobhuza II: Ngwenyama and King of Swaziland. HILDA KUPER
      1. BRIAN M. TOIT
    25. R Casting Out Anger: Religion Among the Taita of Kenya. GRACE GREDYS HARRIS
      1. SALLY FALK MOORE
    26. R Shahhat: An Egyptian. RICHARD CRITCHFIELD. George M. Foster
      1. JOHN G. KENNEDY

Errata

    1. R errata