Class, kinship, and power in an Ecuadorian town

the Negroes of San Lorenzo
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Stanford University Press , Stanford, Calif
Blacks -- Ecuador (Esmeraldas) -- San Lor
Statement[by] Norman E. Whitten, Jr.
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LC ClassificationsF3799.N4 W5
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 238 p.
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Open LibraryOL17762342M

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•Important in understanding small-scale, non-western societies that anthropologists traditionally studied. • kinship is most important social organizing principle along with gender & age.

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