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by David I. Kertzer,Tom Fricke

  • Author: David I. Kertzer,Tom Fricke
  • ISBN: 0226431959
  • ISBN13: 978-0226431956
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: University of Chicago Press; 1 edition (July 15, 1997)
  • Pages: 304
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Anthropological Demography: Toward a New Synthesis (Population and Development Series) ePub download

David I. Kertzer and Tom Fricke. eds. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997. see Thomas C. Smith's Nakahara: Family Farming. and Population in a Japanese Village, 1717-1830

David I. and Population in a Japanese Village, 1717-1830, Stanford University Press, 1977) but is relatively ne-. glected in demography.

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VII' Toward an Anthropological Demography David I. Kertzer and Tom Fricke The relationship between sociocultural anthropology and demography has been long, tortured, often ambivalent, sometimes passionate.

Anthropological Demography: Toward a New Synthesis (Population and Development Series).

Kertzer, David . 1948- (Added Author). Revised versions of papers originally presented at the Brown University Conference on Anthropological Demography, November 3-5, 1994. Population and development. Fricke, Thomas E. (Thomas Earl), 1954- (Added Author). Conference on Anthropological Demography (1994 : Brown University) (Added Author). Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.

Series: Population and development (Chicago, Il.  . University of Chicago Press, (Chicago :) ix, 294 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Print. : Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1997Description: ix, 294 p. ; 24 c. SBN: 0226431959 (cloth : alk. paper); 0226431967 (paper : alk. paper). Subject(s): Demographic anthropology - Congresses Demography - CongressesDDC classification: 30. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Acknowledgments 1: Toward an Anthropological Demography David I. Kertzer, Tom Fricke. E. A. Hammel, Diana S. Friou. 8: Demography without Numbers Nancy Scheper-Hughes 9: "Truth Lies in the Eye of the Beholder": The Nature of Evidence in Demography and Anthropology Allan G. Hill 10: Culture Theory and Demographic Process: Toward a Thicker Demography Tom Fricke Contributors Index.

Department of Anthropology, University of Durham. Anthropological Demography. Toward a New Synthesis. Pp. 304. (The University of Chicago Press, 1997. £1. 5 paperback, ISBN 0-226-43196-7.

Anthropological demography : toward a new synthesis. David I. This volume i. More).

In Anthropological Demography: Toward a New Synthesis, ed. A Demographer's View of Prehistoric Demography. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Hill, Kim, and Hillard Kaplan.

Although in its early years anthropology often used demographic research and showed interest in demographic issues, anthropology and demography have more recently grown to distrust each other's guiding assumptions and methods. Demographers have stressed universal causal models and standardized survey methods, while sociocultural anthropologists have increasingly focused on the uniqueness of different peoples and their cultures. Showing that the two disciplines have much to offer each other, this book bridges the demography/anthropology divide. The editors begin the volume with an in-depth historical account of the relations between the fields. Eminent contributors from both disciplines then examine the major issues and controversies in anthropological demography, including the demographic implications of differing family and kinship systems; the influence of new developments in cultural, gender, and identity theory on population study; the limits of quantitative approaches in demographic study; and demographers' views of the limits of anthropological methods.
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