The Deni of western Brazil: A study of sociopolitical organization and community development (SIL Museum of Anthropology publication) download epub
by Gordon Koop
Gordon Koop, Sherwood G. Lingenfelter.
Gordon Koop, Sherwood G. Результаты поиска по книге. In his recent works - which include "Transforming Culture: Challenge for Christian Mission" (1992) and "Agents of Transformation: A Guide for Effective Cross-Cultural Ministry" (1996) - he stresses that both missionaries and those they serve may have cultural biases, but the Christian gospel transcends them.
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The turn toward the study of complex society made anthropology .
The turn toward the study of complex society made anthropology inherently more political. First of all, anthropologists continued to study political organization and political phenomena that lay outside the state-regulated sphere (as in patron-client relations or tribal political organization). Second of all, anthropologists slowly started to develop a disciplinary concern with states and their institutions (and on the relationship between formal and informal political institutions). Development anthropology is tied to global political economy and economic anthropology as it concerns the management and redistribution of both ideational and real resources (see for example Hart 1982).
The implications of these changes for the composition of political cultures are therefore still unknown.
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The Dení of Western Brazil: A Study of Sociopolitical Organization and Community Development. Dallas, TX: SIL Museum of Anthropology
The Dení of Western Brazil: A Study of Sociopolitical Organization and Community Development. Dallas, TX: SIL Museum of Anthropology. 81 P. Koop, Gordon, and Sherwood G. Os Deni do Brasil Ocidental: Um Estudo de Organização Socio-Política e Desenvolvimento Comunitário. Dallas: Museu Internacional de Culturas. 90 P. JARUARA (JARAWARA) Dixon, R. M. W. 2004. Oxford: Oxford University Press
Harvard African Studies, m. Cambridge, Mass. The Peabody Museum of Harvard University, 1921. This article explores and examines the consulship as an institution in the Eastern and Western halves of the Roman Empire in the period known as Late Antiquity, that is from 284 CE to 541 CE.
Harvard African Studies, m. Etiopia Oeddtntalt, voL n. Rome, Sindacato Italiano Arti Grafiche, 1935-HUNTINGFORD, G. B. Tbt Galla of Ethiopia Ethnographic Survey of Africa. It investigates how the consulship of the Late Antique period differed from that of the Republic and earlier Empire, what it consisted of who the occupants of the office were, the process of the inauguration.
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Environmentally sustainable development studies and monographs series; no. 6) "Presented at the 55th annual meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 29April 2, 1995. Consider for a minute the gigantic wave of systemic sociopolitical changes that during the last decades have restructured the world and transformed beyond recognition the very societies we once studiedtheir polity, economy, culture, people, and national agendas.
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