The Remembered Village (Center for South and Southeast Asia

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Dowry: Dowry generally is practiced in cultures where women's roles are less valued then men. These rather encyclopaedic collections of customs, religious and magical practices, and other curious data were read with relish by the intellectual community; the theories that accompanied the collections were equally appreciated by evolutionary-minded anthropologists, as the theories were meant to establish an evolutionary sequence of magical, religious, and scientific thought, using the data as evidence.

Pages: 392

Publisher: University of California Press (June 9, 1980)

ISBN: 0520039483

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