Notes on Technology and the Moral Order

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APPENDIX A List of Societies Included in Sample
Abipone
Ainu
Akamba
Albanians
Andamanese
Araucanians
Arawak
Arunta
Ashanti
Aztec
Bakongo
Banks Islanders
Berber
Bontoc Igorot
Bushmen
Chin
Chippewa
Chukchi
Creek
Crow
Dahomeans
Dieri
Eskimo-Lab.
Eskimo-Pt. B.
Eskimo-Polar
Euahlayi
Fan
Haida
Hebrew
Hopi
Hottentot
Iban
Inca
Iroquois
Jivaro
Xosa
Kazak
Kiwai
Kutenai
Kwakiutl
Lango
Lapp
Lengua
Mafulu
Maori
Mangbetu
Menomini
Mongols
Munda
Navaho
Norsemen
Omaha
Palaung
Pomo
Rwala
Samoans
Semang
Sema Naga
Seri
Shilluk
Tasmanians
Toda
Trobrianders
Tuareg
Vai
Vedda
Witoto
Yahgans
Yakut
Yuchi
Yukaghir

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