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Subject Anthropology » Cultural Anthropology

DOI: 10.1111/b.9781444332094.2012.00016.x


M or Mo or m machismo Madge, Charles (1912–96) madrasa (Spellings vary) magic Mahabharata Mahayana Buddhism Maine, Sir Henry (1822–88) Mair, Lucy (1901–86) Malinowski, Bronislaw (1884–1942) Malthusian mana Manchester School Mandarin manifest and latent manioc Maori Marcus, George E. (1946–) Marett, R. R. marginality mariticide maritime marker market marriage marriage exchange marriage payment marriage system Marriott, McKim (1924–) Mars, Louis (1906–) Marx, Karl (1818–83) Marxist masculinity mater material culture materialism matriarchy matricide matrifocality matrilaterality matrilineal dilemma matrilineality matrilocality Mau Mau Mauss, Marcel (1872–1950) Maya Maybury-Lewis, David (1929–2007) maxim Mead, George H. (1863–1931) Mead, Margaret (1901–78) means of production Mecca (Saudi Arabia) mechanical model mechanical solidarity mechanistic analogy media mediation medical anthropology medical pluralism medical system medicine man Mediterranean Melanesia meme men menarche Mendel, Gregor (1822–1884) men's house menstruation mentality merging Merina Merton, Robert K. (1910–2003) Mescaline Mesoamerica Mesopotamia Mestizo meta- metaculture metalinguistics metanarrative metaphor meter methodological individualism metonymy Mexico Micronesia Middle East middleman minorities migration Mill, John Stuart (1806–73) millenarianism mimesis mind mining minority misogyny missionary Mitchell, ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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