VOLUME 1                                                 CONTENTS                                                      1997


VOLUME 1, Number 1                                                                                                                        JANUARY 1997


 

Suguna Pathy (India) • Social Science and Social Reality: A Quest

1-11

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.01.01

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Fatos Tarifa (USA) • Marx est mort! Where Have All the “New Philosophers“ Gone? 

13-20

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.01.02

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Brain Milne (UK) • Who’s Kidding Whom? Can We Really Talk About An Anthropology of Children?  

21-27

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.01.03

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P.J.M. Nas and Margriet Veena (The Netherlands) • Towards Sustainable Cities: Urban Community and Environment in the Third World  

29-41

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.01.04

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Veena Bhasin (India) • Medical Pluralism and Health Services in Ladakh

43-69

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.01.05

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Richard H. Brown (USA) • Postmodern Capitalism as Symbolic Action: Aesthetics and Commerce in the Hyper-Real Economy 

71-84

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.01.06

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Book Review 

85-86

 

 

List of Editorial Members 

87-90

 


VOLUME 1, Number 2                                                                                                                          APRIL 1997


 

R.E.S. Tannker (UK) • Cognitive Development. Socialization and Congnitive Mutation. A Critique and Elaboration of Boyer's Naturalness of Religion. A Case Study of the Sukuma of Tanzania 

91-98

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.02.01

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Mithlesh Sharma (India) • Indigenous Views on Altruism 

99-101

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.02.02

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B.C. Barik (India) • Big Dams and Rehabilitation Issues: Who Shares the Sorrows of Oustees  

103-111

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.02.03

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Deepak Kumar Behera and Srikant Patel (India) • Trapped in the Development Wrap: The Case of Project Affected Parjas of the Indravati River Valley of Orissa, India  

113-123

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.02.04

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Braja Kishori Mishra and Prativa Manjari Tripathy (India) • Nutritional Status of Munda Women in an Urban Setting of Sambalpur, Orissa  

125-136

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.02.05

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Lalit Kumar (UK) • Engaging Ethnic Encalves as an Ensemble for Nation Building  

137-141

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.02.06

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K. C. Mahanta (India) • Tribal Tradition and the Problem of Identity in Assam

143-147

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.02.07

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Bijaya K. Behera (India) • Impact of Power Distance on Industrial Health: Data from Two Industrial Organization of West Orissa, India  

149-154

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.02.08

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Veena Gandorta and Dipa Shah (India) • Aged's Old age Problem and Their Attitude Towards Life: Data from Bhavnagar City of Maharashtra, India  

155-161

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Book Reviews  

163-166


VOLUME 1, Number 3 (SPECIAL ISSUE)                                                                                                       JULY 1997


Anthropological Dimensions of Global Change

TOMOKO HAMADA (Guest Editor)


 

Tomoko Hamada (USA) • Anthropological Dimensions of Global Change

167-170

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.03.01

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Marietta L. Baba (USA) • The Ecology of Intraorganizational Space 

171-185

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.03.02

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Stefan Anderberg (Denmark) • Material Flow Analysis and Sustainable Development 

187-200

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.03.03

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Tomoko Hamda (USA) • Japanese Corporate Environmentalism and New Industrial Standard for Excellence

 201-208

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.03.04

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Maj-Lis Foller (Sweden) • A Global Health Perspective on the Shipibo-Conibo in Eastern Peru   

209-219

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.03.05

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Saraswati Raju (India) • Capturing Complexity: A Critical Rethinking on Ecofeminism and Gender   

221-228

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.03.06

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F. C. De Beer (South Africa) • Values, Resources and Development: A Perspective from the Northern Province of South Africa 

229-238

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.03.07

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A.J. Mwilawa, R.S. Kiduna and M.L. Kusekwa (Tanzania) • The Role and Potential of Trees, Shrubs, and Herbs Among the Pastoralists of Tanzania 

239-244

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.03.08

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VOLUME 1, Number 4                                                                                                                              OCTOBER 1997


 

Fatos Tarifa (USA) • The Language Paradigm in Contemporary Social Theory: Marx, Habermas, and Bourdieu in Comparative Perspective   

245-253

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.04.01

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Bibhudutta Baral and Amulya Khurana (India) • Culture, Perception, Language and Congnition (In Search of Universal Information Process and Structures) 

255-279

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.04.02

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Lucia Rabello De Castro (Brazil) • Gender Issues in Consumer Culture

281-289

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.04.03

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Raka Sharan (India) • Commitment Among the Industrial Women Workers: An Assessment 

291-299

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.04.04

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Shalva Weil (Israel) • Changing of the Guards: Leadership Among Ethiopian in Jews in Israel   

301-307

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.04.05

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P.A. Erasmus (South Africa) • Confession and Reconciliation: The South African Case  

309-312

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.04.06

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Kalyan B. Saha, Madhumita Das and Ashutosh Ojha (India) • Changing Cultural Pattern and Demographic Scenario of the Mina and Bhil Tribes of Rajasthan India 

313-320

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.1997/01.04.07

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Book Review 

321-322

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Index

323-325

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