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Studies in Symbolism and Cultural Communication

F. Allan Hanson, Editor; Gregory Bateson, Contributor
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Published
Lawrence, Kans. : University of Kansas, 1982.
Language
English
Series Statement
University of Kansas publications in anthropology, no. 14
University of Kansas publications in anthropology
Contents
  • Difference, double description, and the interactive designation of self / Gregory Bateson
  • Three forms of thought in ancient Mexico / Miguel León-Portilla
  • Liminality and the performative genres / Victor Turner
  • The Easter Rebellion as a social drama / Dean Braa
  • Resource allocation and symbol formation in Great Plains festivals / John M. Janzen
  • The languages and representations of Mnong Gar ritual / Georges Condominas
  • Method in semiotic anthropology, or, How the Maori latrine means / F. Allan Hanson
  • The creditable Max Müller / Robert Jerome Smith
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