Institutionalizing Elites (Afrika-Studiecentrum)

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We can learn from the pages of a standard work of ethnography that it is customary among the Kurds for a man to marry his father’s brother’s daughter. Hare people early in his research: Later in the year when I obtained my own dogteam, I enjoyed much greater freedom of movement, and previously not been able to keep up with. Boas claims, anthropologists must act as paleontologists do in order to discover remains of humans to understand our history. [ 30 ]This of course fits into the biological aspect of Boas’s definition.

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Publisher: BRILL (December 1, 2011)

ISBN: 9004219226

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