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Series: Stockholm Studies in Social Anthropology

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CAYMANIAN POLITICS: STRUCTURE AND STYLE IN A CHANGING ISLAND SOCIETY by Ulf Hannerz1
Having Herds: Pastoral Herd Growth and Household Economy (Stockholm studies in social anthropology) by Gudrun Dahl2
The Patron and the Panca, Village Values and Panchayat Democracy in Nepal by Bengt-Erik Borgström3
Ethnicity and mobilization in Sami politics by Tom G Svensson4
Market, mosque and mafraj: Social inequality in a Yemeni town (Stockholm studies in social anthropology) by Tomas Gerholm5
The community apart : a case study of a Canadian Indian reserve community by Yngve Georg Lithman6
Suffering grass: Subsistence and society of Waso Borana (Stockholm studies in social anthropology) by Gudrun Dahl8
North To Another Country by Ulf Bjorklund9
Women at a loss: Changes in Maasai pastoralism and their effects on gender relations (Stockholms studies in social anthropology) by Aud Talle19
Central Planning and Local Reality - The Case of a Producers Cooperative in Ethiopia by Eva Poluha23
Responsible Man: Atmaan Beja of North-eastern Sudan (Stockholm studies in social anthropology) by Anders Hjort27
Veils and Videos: Female Youth Culture on the Kenyan Coast (Stockholm Studies in Social Anthropology, No 32) by Minou Fuglesang32
Land Is Coming Up: The Burunge of Central Tanzania and Their Environments (Stockholm Studies in Social Anthropology) by Wilhelm Ostberg34
Shunters at Work: Creating a World in a Railway Yard (Stockholm Studies in Social Anthropology) by Birgitta Edelman37
India Dreams: Cultural Identity Among Young Middle Class Men in New Delhi (Stockholm Studies in Social Anthropology) (v. 56) by Paolo Favero56

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