10 edition of The changing culture of an Indian tribe. found in the catalog.
Reprint of the 1932 ed.
|Series||[Columbia University contributions to anthropology] ;, v. 15|
|LC Classifications||E51 .C7 vol. 15 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 313 p.|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||72084468|
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OCLC Number: Notes: Foreword by Clark Wissler. Includes index. Description: xiv, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Part I. General background --Retrospective sketch --Description of the reservation --The economic situation --Political life --Social organization --Religious institutions and attitudes --The educational situation --Part Indian woman: her place in this changing culture.
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MARGARET MEAD'S study of present conditions in an Indian tribe living on a reservation, of which the anonymity is preserved under the title of “Antler”, deals more particularly with the. The Changing Culture of an Indian Tribe: With a New Introd.
by the Author, Volume Margaret Mead. Capricorn Books, - Acculturation - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Tribe Culture Change | Culture Change TRIBE South (Sales & Creative) G09 - SPACES Chalfont Park Gerrards Cross SL9 0QA T: +44 (0) E: @ TRIBE North (Administration & Finance) Metro House Metropolitan Business Park Preston New Road.
The author discusses the reservation, its economic situation, political life, religious institutions and educational situation. The remaining half of the book deals with women in the culture of the tribe, the household organization, marital situations and various maladjustments and includes case histories of twenty-five delinquent girls and women.
The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. Book xiv, p. ; 24 cm. Subjects: Indians of North America -- Social life and customs. Indians of North America -- Cultural assimilation. Indian women -- North America.
Indians of North America. Indians of North America -- Foreign influences. Contents: pt. General background. Cocopah Indian Tribe of Arizona History The Cocopah (Kwapa), also known as the River People, have long lived along the lower Colorado River and delta.
For centuries, the Cocopah people, described as generous and non-materialistic, have maintained their traditional and cultural beliefs through the various political environments and ever-changing.
Description: The book, Culture and Integration of Indian Tribes reveals the contemporary position of Indian tribes in respect of nature, degree of change and development on the one hand and their subsequent state of integration on the other. The processes involved therein are also analysed and interpreted in the book.
The Swinomish Indian Tribal Community in LaConner, Washington, is the first tribe to undertake a comprehensive assessment study and develop climate adaptation plans. The impetus behind the effort appears to have been a strong storm that pushed tides two to three feet above normal, resulting in flooding.
The Changing Culture of an Indian Tribe: By Margaret Mead. Columbia University Press, ix+ p. Review by: Géza Róheim. American anthropology is concerned with the past only. An attempt is here made to study a tribe in a state of complete disintegration.
The poor state of American Indian health historically flies under the radar. It’s rarely reported on, addressed, or discussed outside of the community. But one woman has dedicated her life’s work to changing this and saving her people: Margaret Moss, PhD, JD, RN, FAAN, who is the director of First Nations House of Learning, The University.
Tribe is not a typical Junger book. He doesn't tell one knockout story, as he did in the The Perfect Storm or as he did in War Rather, he gives us an extended-play version of an article he wrote last summer for Vanity Fair—one that's part ethnography, part history, part social science primer, part cri de coeur.
She collaborated with photographer Peter Bos to explore the changing ways of life and culture of this warrior clan. The Konyaks are an ancient tribe, living in over villages in India's North.
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Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. Prucha, F. P.His second book, The Voice in the Drum: Music, language and emotion in Islamicate South Asia ( University of Illinois Press), is a hybrid work of musical scholarship in the form of a novel.
Wolf is also a concert performer on the South Indian vina (a long necked lute). Contact: rwolf The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation is a federally recognized American Indian tribe in the state of are descended from the Pequot people, an Algonquian-language tribe that dominated the southern New England coastal areas, and they own and operate Foxwoods Resort Casino within their reservation in Ledyard, ofFoxwoods Resort Casino is one of the largest.