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Anthropology and Computing: The Challenges of the 1990s
The use of computers in the analysis of fieldwork, texts, and socioculturally embedded systems is examined in relation to advances in problems of cultural anthropology, including synthesis of trait
Promises to Keep: Collective Bargaining in California Agriculture
Promises to Keep: Collective Bargaining in California Agriculture. Philip L. Martin. Ames: Iowa State University Press. Hardcover $49.95.
Making Sense of Male-Female & Husband-Wife Equalities & Inequalities
The three sections of this article illustrate why cross-cultural research has not worked for some key social science questions and has worked for others. The three sections involve interpretation of
Barrio as a metaphor for Zapotec social structure
The barrio divisions of the Villa of Santa Maria, a Zapotec town in the Valley of Oaxaca, are not corporate, nor are they endogamous. They do not form the basis for any regular mobilizations or other
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Measurement of Intersubject Variations in Categorizations
There are two primary approaches to measuring intersubject variations in sorting objects into categories. The first approach measures subject differences from a standard categorization. The second