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Subject Anthropology » Cultural Anthropology

DOI: 10.1111/b.9781444332094.2012.00012.x


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icon iconicity ideal type identity ideology ideophone Ifá IK illness illocution immediate-return imperialism improvisation Inca incest inclusive fitness incorporation independent invention indexicality Indian Indian anthropology indigenism indigenous indigenous knowledge indirect exchange indirect rule individual individualizing Indo-European Industrial Revolution industrial society inequality INESOR infanticide inference infibulation informal economy informant infrastructure inheritance initiation insider/outsider institution intellectual history intellectual property (IP) intensification intentionality intermediate technology internal colonialism International African Institute (IAI) International Monetary Fund interpretation interpretive or interpretative anthropology intersubjectivity intertextuality interview involution Iroquois Iroquois terminology irredentism irrigation Ishi (c.1861–1916) Islam isogamy isomorphism Israel ITK ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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