Arizona Anthropologist: Issue # 8 (1992)8
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- Arizona Anthropologist Number 8, 1992
- Anthropological Perspectives on Infanticide
- Deodorized Culture: Anthropology of Smell in America
- The Perception and Study of Rural Change in the Andes: The Inka Case
- Japanese Social Organization in the Tokugawa and Post-World War II Periods: Changes in Family and Household Structure and Organization