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Title Men and Cultures : Selected Papers of the Fifth International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences / Anthony F. C. Wallace.

Published Philadelphia, Pa. : University of Pennsylvania Press, [2017]
©1960

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Contents Frontmatter -- Preface -- Contents -- Papers Delivered to the Fifth International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences -- Introduction -- The Hiawatha Wampum Belt of the Iroquois League for Peace: A Symbol for the International Congress of Anthropology -- Section I: Current Status of Anthropological and Ethnological Studies -- Current Trends in the Development of American Ethnology -- Recent Developments in the Study of the Prehistory of Western Asia -- Anthropology and the Smithsonian Institution -- Anthropologie Physique en U.R.S.S. -- Summary of Paleo-Anthropological Investigation in the U.S.S.R. -- Recent Trends in British Social Anthropology -- Trends in European Prehistory -- Recent Developments in Ethnological Theory in Europe -- Recent Developments and Trends in Ethnological Studies in China -- Current Trends in Ethnography in the U.S.S.R. -- Recent Developments in American Archeology -- Recent Developments in the Field of Genetics -- Section II: Theory and Method -- Individual Variation in Culture -- Conflict and Congruence in Anthropological Theory -- Culture and Human Behavior -- Anthropology and Art -- Zum Problem der Konstanz in der Ethnologie -- A Microcultural Analysis of Time -- Thoughts on Methodology for Comprehension of an Oral Literature -- Recreative Behavior and Culture Change -- The Use of Typology in Anthropological Theory -- Archeological Typology in Theory and Practice -- Jazz Choreology -- Methodological Problems of Free Doll Play as an Ethnographic Field Technique -- A New Framework for Studies of Folklore and Survivals -- A System for Describing and Analyzing the Regulation of Coordinated Activity -- Typology in the Area of Social Organization -- Aesthetics in "Primitive" Societies -- Acculturation -- Withdrawal, An Early Means of Dealing with the Supernatural -- Subsystem Typology in Linguistics -- The Ethnic Dimension of Human History: Pattern or Patterns of Culture? -- Section III: Culture Change and Culture History -- Some Similarities between Ards of the Balkans, Scandinavia, and Anterior Asia, and Their Methodological Significance -- Slash-and-burn Agriculture: A Closer Look at its Implications for Settlement Patterns -- Northwest Coast--Northeast Asiatic Similarities : A New Hypothesis -- Techniques of Preparing Manioc Flour as a Key to Culture History in Tropical America -- Culture Stability and Change among the Seminoles of Florida -- The Evolution of Status Systems in Polynesia -- Les Tendances Modernes de l'evolution des Sociétés Mélanésiennes (Nouvelles-Hébrides et Nouvelle-Calédonie) -- A Re-Evaluation of the Cultural Position of the Nootka -- Theoretical Considerations Concerning the Problem of Pre-Columbian Contacts between the Old World and the New -- Ethnology and High Civilization, Exemplified by Ancient Egypt -- Rivalry and Superiority: Two Dominant Features of the Sumerian Culture Pattern -- Plow Complex, Culture Change and Cultural Stability -- Three Hundred Years of Chukchi Ethnic Identity -- North European Shamanism -- The Assumed Early Mediterranean Influence among the Kuanyama Ambo Bantu of South West Africa -- Irrigation, Settlement Pattern, and Social Organization -- The Christian Hymnology of the North American Indians -- The Acculturative Process in Jamaican Revivalism -- Plough and Field Shape -- A Umatilla Prophet Cult : An Episode in Culture Change -- Cart-using Indians of the American Plains -- The Study of the Early History of Agriculture in the Territory of the U.S.S.R.
In 1945-1955 -- The Automobile in Contemporary Navaho Culture -- History and Ethnohistory, and A Case in Point -- Section IV: Ethnography -- Les Origines Ethniques de la Population Marocaine Musulmane de Casablanca -- Intertribal Relations in the Pueblo Kachina Cult -- Un Complexe Culturel: La Course de Pirogues au Laos -- The Idoma Court-of-Lineages in Law and Political Structure -- The Fear in Tapirapé Culture -- Yoruba Concepts of the Soul -- A New Ecological Typology of the California Indians -- Autobiography of A Guatemalan Indian -- Les Communautés d'Entraide des Bambara du Soudan Français -- A Comparison of Eastern Keresan and Tewa Kinship Systems -- Some Reflections on Chiga Ethics -- Sequence and Structure in Folktales -- Circumpolar Forest North America as a Modern Culture Area -- Medicinal Plant and Food use as related to Health and Disease in Coastal Oaxaca -- Le Concept de Crime en Droit Djarai -- Aspects de la Royauté Bateke (Moyen-Congo) -- The Role of Music in Western Apache Culture -- Double Descent in an Ibo Village-Group -- La Notion de Mana dans la Culture Haïtienne -- The Calf Sacrifice of the Todas of the Nilgiris (South India) -- Polygamie et ses Particularités -- Production, Distribution and Power in a Primitive Society -- Tipi di Cultura nel Paraguay -- The Maintenance of Unity and Distinctiveness by a Philippine Peasant Village -- Contrasting Patterns of Carolinian Population Distribution in the Marianas -- The Birhor (The Little Nomadic Tribe of India) -- The Inter-Relations of Castes and Ethnic Groups in Nepal -- Section V: Archaeology -- Human Types and Prehistoric Cultures at Ksâr 'Akil, Lebanon -- Culture Change in Europe at the Start of the Second Millennium B.C.: A Contribution to the Indo-European Problem -- Rocker-Stamped Pottery in the Old and New World -- North Mexico and the Correlation of Mesoamerican and Southwestern Cultural Sequences -- Paleo-Eskimo in Disko Bay, West Greenland -- The Plains Archaic Concept -- Prehistoric Culture Sequences in the Eastern Arctic as Elucidated by Stratified Sites at Igloolik -- Archaism and Revival on the South Coast of Peru -- The Preclassic Ceramic Sequence of Huapalcalco, of Tulancingo, Hgo -- The Mixteca-Puebla Concept in Mesoamerican Archeology: A Re-examination -- El Patio mas Antiguo de Mesoamerica -- Cultural Unity and Diversification in Peruvian Archaeology -- The Gulf Coastal Plain in North American Prehistory -- The Paleo-Indian Culture Succession in the Central High Plains of Texas and New Mexico -- Western Siberian Archeology, An Interpretative Summary -- Section VI: Physical Anthropology -- Physical and Psychological Factors in Culture Growth -- The Pattern of Development of African Children -- A Study of the Rotation of the Occipital Region in the Neandertal and Sapiens Skulls -- El Poblamiento Paleolitico de España -- Small Isolated Human Breeding Populations and Their Significance for the Process of Racial Differentiation -- La Paléodémographie, Base Nouvelle de l'Analyse Anthropologique -- Significance of Recent Primatology for Physical Anthropology -- New Research in German Forensic Anthropology -- Partial Volumes and Surface Areas of the Human Body -- Changes in the Skull Features of the Japanese People from Ancient to Modem Times -- Primate Evolution and Human Behavior -- Les Proportions de la Tête Chez les Français -- A Study of the Racial Morphology of the French Population -- The Evolutionary Taxonomy of the Hominidae in the Light of the Piltdown Investigation -- Section VII: Applied Anthropology -- Applied Anthropology in the Belgian Territories in Africa (An Experience of Integration of the Tribal Institutions into the Pattern of the New Social Action in Central Africa) -- De Quelques Difficultés dues aux Différences de Cultures, Rencontrées dans les Missions d'Assistance Technique -- Applied Anthropology, Community Welfare, and Human Conservation -- Section VIII: Linguistics -- The Southwest Project in Comparative Psycholinguistics: A Preliminary Report -- The Urbanization of the Guarani Language--A Problem in Language and Culture -- The General Classification of Central and South American Languages -- The Origin of the Hausa Language -- Tonality in Efik Signal Communication and Folklore -- Author Index
Language notes In English.
Other author Wallace, Anthony F. C.
JSTOR issuing body.
Subject Anthropology -- Congresses.
Ethnology -- Congresses.
Electronic books.
Conference papers and proceedings.
ISBN 9781512819526 (electronic bk.)
1512819522 (electronic bk.)
Standard Number 10.9783/9781512819526