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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R the rhetorical management of dangerous knowledge in Kpelle brokerage
      1. WILLIAM P. MURPHY
    2. R Nambiquara leadership
      1. DAVID PRICE
    3. R "far, far away my shadow wandered...": the dream symbolism and dream theories of the Mehinaku Indians of Brazil
      1. THOMAS GREGOR
    4. R new perspectives on Tibetan fertility and population decline
      1. MELVYN C. GOLDSTEIN
    5. R cognatic descent groups in upper-class Lima (Peru)
      1. DENNIS GILBERT
    6. R women and the emerging family on the Israeli kibbutz
      1. SEYMOUR PARKER
        HILDA PARKER
    7. R "man the fisher": salmon fishing and the expression of community in a rural Irish settlement
      1. LAWRENCE TAYLOR
    8. R communication and cognitive pluralism in a spirit possession event in Malaysia
      1. S. E. ACKERMAN
        RAYMOND L. M. LEE

Review Article

    1. R chicanos look to the 1980s
      1. DOUGLAS BUTTERWORTH

Critical Commentary

    1. R reply to Eckstein
      1. Billie R. DeWalt
    2. R reply to DeWalt
      1. Susan Eckstein
    3. R the anthropology of dance: or, who collects butterflies?
      1. Judith Lynne Hanna
    4. R reply to Hanna
      1. Adrienne L. Kaeppler

Reviews

    1. R Soviet and Western Anthropology. ERNEST GELLNER, ed., with introduction by Meyer Fortes
      1. T. N. MADAN
    2. R The Foundations of Primitive Thought. C. R. HALLPIKE
      1. T. O. BEIDELMAN
    3. R Entrepreneurs in Cultural Context. SIDNEY M. GREENFIELD, ARNOLD STRICKON and ROBERT J. AUBEY, eds
      1. RICHARD W. THOMPSON
    4. R Ethnic Adaptation and Identity: The Karen on the Thai Frontier with Burma. CHARLES F. KEYES, ed
      1. L. G. LÖFFLER
    5. R Cross-Examinations: Essays in Memory of Max Gluckman. P. H. GULLIVER, ed
      1. PAUL BOHANNAN
    6. R Political Anthropology: The State of the Art. S. LEE SEATON and HENRI J. M. CLAESSEN, eds
      1. MARC J. SWARTZ
    7. R Acculturation: Theory, Models and Some New Findings. AMADO M. PADILLA, ed. American Association for the Advancement of Science Selected Symposium 39
      1. JAMES D. SEXTON
    8. R Native Religious Traditions. EARLE H. WAUGH and K. DAD PRITHIPAUL, eds
      1. WILLIAM C. STURTEVANT
    9. R Forms of Play of Native North Americans. EDWARD NORBECK, CLAIRE R. FARRER, eds
      1. JAY MILLER
    10. R The Languages of Native America: Historical and Comparative Assessment. LYLE CAMPBELL and MARIANNE MITHUN
      1. JEFFREY HEATH
    11. R The Ioway Indians. MARTHA ROYCE BLAINE
      1. CHARLES A. BISHOP
    12. R The Yaquis: A Cultural History. EDWARD H. SPICER
      1. STANLEY BRANDES
    13. R Revolt Against the Dead: The Modernization of a Mayan Community in the Highlands of Guatemala. DOUGLAS E. BRINTNALL
      1. RICHARD N. ADAMS
    14. R Malaysian Mosaic: Perspectives from a Poly-Ethnic Society. JUDITH NAGATA
      1. CHARLES F. KEYES
    15. R Shinjo: The Chronicle of a Japanese Village. KEITH BROWN, transl. and Introduction
      1. JOHN B. CORNELL
    16. R The Wood-Carvers of Hong Kong: Craft Production in the World Capitalist Periphery. EUGENE COOPER
      1. C. FRED BLAKE
    17. R L'Artisan Forgeron. JEAN-CLAUDE DUPONT
      1. CHARLES KELLER
    18. R The Pasiegos: Spaniards in No Man's Land. SUSAN TAX FREEMAN
      1. JUDITH-MARIA BUECHLER
    19. R Give and Take: Exchange in Wola Society. PAUL SILLITOE
      1. VALERIO VALERI
    20. R Social Organization in Aboriginal Australia. WARREN SHAPIRO
      1. ARAM A. YENCOYAN
    21. R Hunters, Pastoralists and Ranchers: Reindeer Economies and Their Transformations. TIM INGOLD
      1. HAROLD K. SCHNEIDER
    22. R Livestock and Equality in East Africa: The Economic Basis for Social Structure. HAROLD K. SCHNEIDER
      1. JOHN C. GALATY
    23. R Tiv Song. CHARLES KEIL
      1. JOHN BLACKING
    24. R The African Religions of Brazil: Toward a Sociology of the Interpenetration of Cultures. ROGER BASTIDE. Helen Sebba, transl
      1. GERARD BÉHAGUE