Journal of Asian Studies: Vol. 57, No.1, February 1998

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Produced by Timothy Asch and Napoleon Chagnon. 1970. 43 min. It focuses on humans as culture-producing and culture-reproducing creatures Everybody has about equal rank, access to, and power over basic resources. Murdock compiled the “Ethnographic Atlas, “ which was published in “Ethnology,” a journal that Murdock founded in 1962. C. on April 13th-April 17th, 2016, the International Montetary Fund, the World Health Organization, the U.

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Publisher: Association for Asian Studies, Inc. (1998)

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