The Individual in Cultural Adaptation. A study of Four East African Peoples.

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To what extent does ecological changes in human society carry with it changes in a people’s values, attitudes, and personalities? The present volume attempts to answer this question by contrasting the systemic relationships of man, land, and livestock in four East African tribal societies: the Hehe of Tanzania, the Kamba and the Pokot of Kenya, and the Sebei of Uganda.

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H/b in nice clean boards,in a v/g illustrated protected d/w.Size 9×6 pp XV+351,inc,index,bibliography,various appendeces,page maps,cartoons,various lists,charts, and tables,diagrams in text.No plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.This is an ex-library copy with all the usual faults,book plate,lables torn out ,stamps and bar-codes.Otherwise nice and clean in the text-block.

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