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Dunn, Stephen Porter, 1928-; Dunn, Ethel.

Dunn, Stephen Porter, 1928-; Dunn, Ethel.

Dunn wrote four books: Cultural Processes in the Baltic Area under Soviet Rule (1966), The Peasants of Central Russia (with his wife Ethel Dunn 1967, reissued 1988), Kulturwandel im sowjetischen Dorf, (with Ethel Dunn 1977).

Dunn wrote four books: Cultural Processes in the Baltic Area under Soviet Rule (1966), The Peasants of Central Russia (with his wife Ethel Dunn 1967, reissued 1988), Kulturwandel im sowjetischen Dorf, (with Ethel Dunn 1977), and The Fall and Rise of the Asiatic Mode of Production (1982). On October 6, 1956, Dunn married Ethel Deikman, who also had cerebral palsy. At the time of his death, Dunn was survived by his wife, two nieces, a nephew, two great-nieces and a great-nephew. He was also close to Ethel's niece, and her children, another niece and her children, a nephew, and Ethel's brother.

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Dunn served in the Harvard Regiment in France during World War I, and after the war, returned to Harvard University to complete his .

Dunn served in the Harvard Regiment in France during World War I, and after the war, returned to Harvard University to complete his degree in 1920. After the war, he identified as a pacifist  .

N a t i v e C e n t r a l A s i a n v e r s u s Ru s s i a n s e t t l e m e n t s The failure to induce cultural change However, the Muslim peoples of Central Asia were not eager to change. Dunn and Dunn (1962) points out, through citing fieldwork carried out by the Soviet ethnographer . Abramzon that Islamic as well as pre-Islamic traditions not only survived but in some aspects even managed to make use of Soviet law and practice.

Stephen Porter Dunn was a United States. anthropologist specializing in ethnic groups of the Soviet Union. The Fall and Rise of the Asiatic Mode of Production (Routledge Revivals) by Stephen P. Dunn (26-Jan-2011) Hardcover. RKHOS/?tag prabook0b-20. SR8OU/?tag prabook0b-20. The Fall and Rise of the Asiatic Mode of Production.

The Peasants of Central Russia by Stephen P. Dunn; Ethel . In this book the author employs not only Turkish, but also Russian source material.

The peasant wants manufactured goods and will accept indifferent quality so it is up to industry to supply the countryside and stimulate the peasant con? sumer. Therein lies the key to productivity on the land. lt;/p

Stephen P. Dunn and Ethel Dunn, The Peasants of Central Russia. New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Toronto, and London: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1967. Stanford University Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology. Lawrence Krader (a1). City College, City University of New York.

The Peasants of Central Russia By Dr. Dunn and Ethel Dunn. Republished in 1988 with new preface and reading list.

Russia and Her Neighbors: Facts and Views on Daily Life. The Peasants of Central Russia By Dr.

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The Peasants of Central Russia download epub
Anthropology
Author: Stephen P. Dunn,Ethel Dunn
ISBN: 0881333174
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Anthropology
Language: English
Publisher: Waveland Pr Inc (January 1, 1988)