Between 1934 and 1941, Robert Redfield and Sol Tax developed lines of research that anticipated and guided anthropological investigations of people living in peasant and urban communities. This book traces the development of their ethnological hypotheses and theoretical statements.The Correspondence of Robert Redfield and Sol Tax Robert Redfield, Sol Tax Robert A. Rubinstein ... a cent; he wouldna#39;t give his daughters into domestic service to anybody else, he says, but for you he will gladly and without pay. ... the liberty of telling him that reasonable extraordinary expenses incurred in getting such necessities will be incurred by the Institution. ... so that the ceiling is smooth; in a tepanco, the cross-beams are below, and of course (from the point of view of walkinganbsp;...
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