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Subject Anthropology » Cultural Anthropology

DOI: 10.1111/b.9781444332094.2012.00007.x


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D or Da dalit dance danwei daoism or taoism Darfur Darwin, Charles (1809–82) Darwinism Das, Veena (1945–) Davis, John (1938–) Dawkins, Richard (1941–) death deconstructionism deep play deep structure deixis delayed-return Deleuze, Gilles (1925–95) deme demographic transition demography demon dependency theory Derrida, Jacques (1930–2004) dervish Descartes, René (1596–1650) descendant descent descent group descent theory descriptive kinship descriptive linguistics determinism development developmental cycle (of domestic groups) deviance “Deviant” diachronic diachronic linguistics dialect dialectical materialism dialogic, dialogical diarchy diaspora diet différance diffusionism diglossia Dilthey, Wilhelm (1833–1911) dimorphism Dinka direct exchange direct rule disaster discourse discrimination disease disembedded disharmonic disposition distinctive feature divination divine kingship division of labor divorce domestic cycle domestic mode of production double descent Douglas, Mary (1921–2007) doula dowry doxa drama Dravidian kinship dreaming dress drink drugs dual classification dual organization dualism du Bois, W. E. B. Dumont, Louis (1911–98) Dundes, Alan (1934–2005) duolineal duolocal Durkheim, Émile (1858–1917) Durkheimian Dutch anthropology Dutch East India Company dyad dyarchy dysfunction ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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