The Human Element in Industrialization: A Hypothetical Case Study of Ecuadorean Indians

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AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST


The Human Element
in
Industrialization
A Hypothetical Case Study of
Ecuadorean Indians

By
BEATE R. SALZ

AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION VOL. 57 · NO. 6 · PART 2 · MEMOIR NO. 85 · DECEMBER 1955

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface v
  • Table of Contents vii
  • The Problem and Some Issues- An Introduction 1
  • Notes 13
  • Part I - On Resources and the Quantitative Labor Potential 15
  • I- / Some Features of Ecuadorean Geography and Economy 17
  • Notes 24
  • II- / the Quantity of a Potential Labor Supply for Industry- An Estimate 28
  • Notes 32
  • III- / Factors Influencing the Mobility of Potential Industrial Labor 36
  • Notes 47
  • IV- / the Controlling Conditions- A Summary 52
  • Notes 54
  • Part II - Qualitative Aspects of Highland Indian Labor 56
  • Introductory 57
  • V- / Skills and Education 61
  • Notes 67
  • VI- / Health 72
  • Notes 79
  • VII- / Health-Related Qualities 84
  • Notes 90
  • VIII- / the Use of Time- Industrial Work and Industrial Discipline 94
  • Notes 103
  • IX- / the Use of Time- Work Habits and Work Patterns 107
  • Notes 113
  • X- / the Place of the Indians within the General Social Structure of Ecuador 115
  • Notes 136
  • XI- / the Indians as a Distinct Ethnic Group 144
  • Notes 154
  • XII- / the Indians, Continued- Social Relations and Group Organization 159
  • Notes 181
  • XIII- / the Stranger and the Strange 188
  • Notes 193
  • XIV- / the "Limited Goals" and Industrialization 195
  • Notes 207
  • XV- / "Interstitial Industrialization"- A Conclusion 215
  • Notes 218
  • Appendix - The Sources- Their Treatment and Use 220
  • Notes 228
  • Bibliography 230
  • Glossary of Frequently Occurring Spanish and Indian Terms 260
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