The Family among the Australian Aborigines: A Sociological Study

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BERNDT, R. M. 1957. "In Reply to Radcliffe-Brown on Australian Local Organization". American Anthropologist 59: 346-351.

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BOAS, F. 1896. "The Limitations of the Comparative Method of Anthropology". Reprinted in 1940. Race, Language and Culture. New York; Macmillan. Pp. 270-280.

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FALKENBERG, J. 1962. Kin and Totem: Group Relations of Australian Aborigines in the Port Keats District. Oslo; Oslo University Press.

FIRTH, R., ed. 1957. Man and Culture: An Evaluation of the Work of Bronislaw Malinowski. London; Routledge and Kegan Paul.

FORTES, M. 1957. "Malinowski and the Study of Kinship". In Firth, R., ed. Man and Culture. Pp. 157-188.

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FREUD, S. 1938. Totem and Taboo. London; Penguin Books. [ 1st ed., 1913].

GLUCKMAN M. 1949. "An Analysis of the Sociological Theories of Bronislaw Malinowski". Cape Town; Oxford University Press. 28 pp. Rhodes-Livingstone Papers 16.

HART, C. W. M. 1955. "Contrasts Between Prepubertal and Postpubertal Education". In Spindler, G. D., ed. Education and Anthropology. Stanford; Stanford University Press. Pp. 127-145.

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