The Bakairi Indians of Brazil: Politics, Ecology, and Change

The Bakairi Indians of Brazil: Politics, Ecology, and Change

written by Debra Picchi (Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc., 2006, originally published 2000), 252 page(s)

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Field of Interest
Anthropology
Author
Debra Picchi
Copyright Message
Copyright © 2006 by Waveland Press
Content Type
General reference book
Anthropologist / Ethnographer
Debra Picchi
Format
Text
Original Publication Date
2000
Page Count
252
Publication Year
2006
Publisher
Waveland Press, Inc.
Place Published / Released
Long Grove, IL
Subject
Anthropology, Social Sciences, Cultural anthropology, American Indian, Religion, Gender status, Farm work, Daily life, Relationships, American Indians, Cultural change and history, Antropologia Cultural, Antropología Cultural, Hunting, Ethnic minority, Cultural change, Religion, Rituals, Gender roles, Kinship, Relationships, Marriage, Agriculture, Work for a living, Mortality, Fertility, Household, Gold, Slaves, Government, History, Theory, Fieldwork, Brazil, American Indians, South Americans
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Antropologia Cultural, Antropología Cultural, Hunting, Ethnic minority, Cultural change, Religion, Rituals, Gender roles, Kinship, Relationships, Marriage, Agriculture, Work for a living, Mortality, Fertility, Household, Gold, Slaves, Government, History, Theory, Fieldwork

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