The Stranger: A Study in Social Relationships

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INDEX
Abbott, F. F., 120
Abel, Theodore, 11, 20n, 23, 31-32
Acadians, 140
Adoption, 62-63, 74-77, 116
Ainu, 79
Aliens. See under Foreign colonies and Immigrants.
Ancestor worship, 54, 98-102
Andaman Islanders, 37, 39-40, 61- 64, 72, 75; attitude toward strangers, 63-64
Anderson, Nels, 236
Anderson, N. and Linderman, E. C., 236, 237, 238, 242
Arabs, 85, 86-88
Aristotle, 117
Armenians, 116, 139, 268-69
Assimilation and amalgamation, 10, 109-10, 137-40, 148, 149, 156, 167, 216. See also under Foreign colonies and Immigrants
Associations. See under Groups
Attitudes, definition of, 30; toward the stranger, see under Stranger
Australian aborigines, 36-37, 61, 64- 68, 72, attitude toward strangers, 65-68, 263, 271
Babylonians, 103, 105
Banks Islanders, 80
Beard, Charles and Mary, 180-82
Beard, Mary. See Beard, Charles and Mary Bercovici, K., 263, 238
Bilby, J. W., 82n
Blood covenant, 83, 84-92, 100
Bloomfield, Maurice, 109
Blumenthal, Albert, 213, 219, 220
Boas Franz, The Social Organization . . . of the Kwakiutl Indians, 72; "The Central Eskimo", 81-82
Bogardus, E. S., 267n
Breasted, J. H., 96, 104, 105
Briffault, Robert, The Mothers, 78, 81, 88-90
Brunner, Edmund DeS., 217
Buck, Pearl, 203
Burckhardt, J. L., 86-87
Burgess, E. W.See Park, R. E. and Burgess, E. W.
Butler, Nicholas Murray, 260
Carpenter, Niles, 242
Chinese, 99, 100-01, 103, 106-08, 132, 141, 158, 161, 173, 174, 175, 269
Citizenship, 55, 114-120, 136-37, 158, 159; definition of, 115
City, 103, 112-13, 117, 202, 207, 211, 212, 215, 216, 218, 221 et seq.; deteriorated areas in, 153-54; characteristics of, 221-22; individualism in, 222-24; isolation in, 224-25; family in, 225-26, 240n; special interest groups in, 226-28; types of solidarity in, 228-29; stranger in, 229-34, 242; conservatism in, 234-35; distinctive areas in, 235-40; tradition of, 229, 237, 240, 240n; recreation in, 239; anonymity in, 239; individuality of, 240-42
Classificatory system, 26-28, 27n; in Australia, 64-68
Codrington, R. H., 73, 79-80
Cohen, Rose, 200-01
Community. See under Groups
Crawley, Ernest, 91
Cressman, L. S., 210-11
Cressey, Paul G., 239
De Greef, Guillaume, 177-78
Denison, J. H., 32, 53, 100, 101, 111, 112
Dickey, H. S., 94-95
Dorsey, J. Owen, 76
Douglas, D. W., 178
Douglass, H. P., 214, 215
Durkheim, Emile, 241; Elementary Forms of the Religious Life, 31; Division du Travail Social, 229n

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