A Definitive Account of Traditional Ukrainian Culture through the Lens of Family Rituals, Food, and Drink
Learning to Become Turkmen examines the ways in which the iconography of everyday life—in dramatically different alphabets, multiple languages, and shifting education policies—reflects the evolution of Turkmen society in Central Asia over the past century.
Maria Bucur explores the interactions between the science of eugenics and modernization efforts in Romania between World Wars I and II.
This reference offers a simple method for choosing a valid sample of the world’s known societies for cross-cultural research.
The essays in this volume represent trends in social stratification studies undertaken in major culture areas of the world. The empirical data of the chapters are set with special reference to the dynamics of processes within these diverse traditions and heritages as sources of comparison with one another and with the experiences of western societies.