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Sixteen women anthropologists analyze the place of women in human societies, treating as a problematic certain questions and observations that in the past have been ignored or taken for granted, and consulting the anthropological record for data and theoretical perspectives that will help us to unde...

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Other Authors: Rosaldo, Michelle Zimbalist, (Editor)
Lamphere, Louise,
(Editor)

Bamberger, Joan,
(Contributor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published:Stanford, CA : Stanford University Press, ©1974]
Series:SP 133.
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Related Information:French equivalent / Équivalent français 
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Summary:Sixteen women anthropologists analyze the place of women in human societies, treating as a problematic certain questions and observations that in the past have been ignored or taken for granted, and consulting the anthropological record for data and theoretical perspectives that will help us to understand and change the quality of women's lives. -- Back cover.

Sixteen women anthropologists analyze the place of women in human societies, treating as problematic certain questions and observations that in the past have been ignored or taken for granted, and consulting the anthropological record for data and theoretical perspectives that will help us to understand and change the quality of women's lives.

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Physical Description:xi, 352 pages ; 24 cm.
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (pages 321-339) and index.
ISBN:0804708509
9780804708500
0804708517 (pbk.)
9780804708517 (pbk.)