Culture and Society

Twenty-Four Essays

These twenty-four essays and articles by George Murdock cover almost the entire range of cultural anthropology. . . . Revealing the development of Dr. Murdock's theoretical orientation, the range of his interests, and the variety of his contributions, these essays should be of interest to the layman as well as the student of culture.
Southwestern Art

Twenty four essays cover a broad range of topics in cultural anthropology, and represent the best writings of George Peter Murdock and reveal his theoretical orientation and his many landmark contributions to the field.

388 Pages, 6 x 9 in.

October, 1965

isbn : 9780822952060

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George Peter Murdock

George Peter Murdock (1897-1985) was Andrew Mellon Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Pittsburgh

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