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  • Author:
    Ralph Leon Beals
  • ISBN:
    0837131669
  • ISBN13:
    978-0837131665
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    Praeger; New ed of 1946 ed edition (January 12, 1971)
  • Pages:
    225 pages
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    Humanities
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Beals, . Bibliographic Details. Title: CHERAN: A SIERRA TARASCAN VILLAGE

Published by SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, Institute of Social Anthropology, Publication, No. 2, 1946. From Ethnographic Arts Publications (Mill Valley, CA, . Title: CHERAN: A SIERRA TARASCAN VILLAGE. Publisher: SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, Institute of Social Anthropology, Publication, No. 2. Publication Date: 1946. On line booksellers of tribal art books dealing with the material culture of the peoples of the Americas, Africa, Oceania, Asia and the Arctic. Visit Seller's Storefront.

Institute of Social Anthropology Publication N. Beals, Ralph L. 1946. Cherán: A Sierra Tarascan Village. Smithsonian Institution, Institute of Social Anthropology Publication No.

Beals, Ralph L. Peasant Society and Culture.

Find nearly any book by Ralph Leon Beals. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Houses and House Use of the Sierra Tarascans: Smithsonian Institution, Institute of Social Anthropology, No. 1: ISBN 9781258365271 (978-1-258-36527-1) Softcover, Literary Licensing, LLC, 2012. (1946). Smithsonian Institution, Institute of Social Anthropology. (1969). Austin: University of Texas Press. Brandes, Stanley (1988). Power and Persuasion: Fiestas and Social Control in Rural Mexico. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Carrasco, Pedro (1952). Tarascan Folk Religion. Publication 17. New Orleans: Tulane University, Middle American.

Cherán: A Sierra Tarascan Village. After two years of gathering data about Cheran geography, agriculture, manufacturing, food use, government, religious ceremonies, fiestas, and general lifeways, Beals published their findings as Publication No. 2 of the Smithsonian Institution's Institute of Social Anthropology. Cheran is a valuable resource for today's anthropologists, providing a solid, empirical foundation for comparison to similar communities and for tests of acculturative theories.

Home Books Publication (Smithsonian Institution. Institute of Social Anthropology). Author: Smithsonian Institution. Publication (Smithsonian Institution. Institute of Social Anthropology.

Beals, R. L, 1946, Chéran: A Sierra Tarascan Village, Institute of Social Anthropology, Publication 2. . L, 1946, Chéran: A Sierra Tarascan Village, Institute of Social Anthropology, Publication 2, Washington, Smithsonian Institution, D. oogle Scholar. Beardsley, R. J. W. Hall, and R. E. Ward, 1959, Village Japan, University of Chicago Press, Chicago. Bourdieu, . 1976, Marriage Strategies as Strategies of Social Reproduction, in: Family and Society (R. Forster and O. Ranum, ed., Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, pp. 117–144. 1977, Outline of a Theory of Practice, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Smithsonian Institution. Published January 12, 1971 by Greenwood Press Reprint

Smithsonian Institution. Published January 12, 1971 by Greenwood Press Reprint.

Cheran: A Sierra Tarascan Village Paperback – December 31, 1973 in General Anthropology.

Cheran: A Sierra Tarascan Village Paperback – December 31, 1973. by Ralph L. Beals (Author). Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. in General Anthropology.

Cheran: A Sierra Tarascan Village. Smithsonian Institution. By (author) Ralph Leon Beals. Cheran: A Sierra Tarascan Village.

Reissue of classic study of a Tarascan Indian community in west-central Mexico, remarkable for being on the verge of modernization.

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