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Cape Verdean Oral History Project: Interview With Sonyia Andrade By Alberto Torres Pereira, Sonyia Andrade Dec 1973

Cape Verdean Oral History Project: Interview With Sonyia Andrade By Alberto Torres Pereira, Sonyia Andrade

Cape Verdean Oral History Collection

This interview was done in two sessions. The first was conducted on December 3, 1973 (tape 15), the second was December 10, 1973 (tape 16). They have been merged into one digital audio file.


Ua68/14/3 Newsletter, Vol. 1. No. 4, Wku Folk Studies Society Dec 1973

Ua68/14/3 Newsletter, Vol. 1. No. 4, Wku Folk Studies Society

Student Organizations

Newsletter created by the Folk Studies Society. This issue contains a bibliography of legend sources and list of upcoming courses.


Mulberry Plantation Exploratory Archeology, Leland G. Ferguson Dec 1973

Mulberry Plantation Exploratory Archeology, Leland G. Ferguson

Research Manuscript Series

No abstract provided.


Archeological Survey Report Of The South Carolina Department Of Corrections' Broad River Road Complex, Richard H. Kimmel Dec 1973

Archeological Survey Report Of The South Carolina Department Of Corrections' Broad River Road Complex, Richard H. Kimmel

Research Manuscript Series

No abstract provided.


A Cross-Cultural Analysis Of Sex Differences In The Behavior Of Children Aged Three Through 11, Beatrice Whiting, Carolyn P. Edwards Dec 1973

A Cross-Cultural Analysis Of Sex Differences In The Behavior Of Children Aged Three Through 11, Beatrice Whiting, Carolyn P. Edwards

Faculty Publications, Department of Psychology

This paper uses the cross-cultural, systematic child observations of the Six Culture Study, led by John and Beatrice Whiting of Harvard University, to investigate the validity of the stereotypes of sex differences about nurturance, aggression, compliance, dependency, and other behaviors. The children aged 3 – 11 years, were observed in natural settings in seven different parts of the world. The analysis indicates that there are universal sex differences in the children’s behavior, but the differences are not consistent nor as great as the studies of American and Western European children would suggest. Furthermore, socialization pressure in the form of task ...


Notebook - November-December 1973, South Carolina Institute Of Archaeology And Anthropology--University Of South Carolina Nov 1973

Notebook - November-December 1973, South Carolina Institute Of Archaeology And Anthropology--University Of South Carolina

SCIAA Newsletter - Notebook

Contents:

Editor's Page.....p. 173
Subject Index Volumes 1-V.....p. 174
Table of Contents - The Notebook - Volume V, 1973.....p. 203


Sediment Basin Project, Savannah Harbor, Georgia, Leland G. Ferguson Nov 1973

Sediment Basin Project, Savannah Harbor, Georgia, Leland G. Ferguson

Research Manuscript Series

No abstract provided.


Pintail Island Project, Leland G. Ferguson Nov 1973

Pintail Island Project, Leland G. Ferguson

Research Manuscript Series

No abstract provided.


Archeological Survey Of The North End Of The Isle Of Palms, Charleston County, South Carolina, Stanley South, Robert L. Stephenson Nov 1973

Archeological Survey Of The North End Of The Isle Of Palms, Charleston County, South Carolina, Stanley South, Robert L. Stephenson

Research Manuscript Series

No abstract provided.


English Wine Bottles As Revealed By A Statistical Study: A Further Approach To Evolution And Horizon In Historical Archeology, Richard F. Carrillo Nov 1973

English Wine Bottles As Revealed By A Statistical Study: A Further Approach To Evolution And Horizon In Historical Archeology, Richard F. Carrillo

Research Manuscript Series

This paper proposes to present the results of a statistical analysis conducted on English wine bottles dated between c. 1652-1834. The data comprises an attempt at constructing a statistically tested model based on a sequence of dated bottles. The intent of the model is to serve as a chronological base which has comparative applicability to archeo1ogica11y retrieved samples.


Crowding Among Hunter-Gatherers: The !Kung Bushmen, Patricia Draper Oct 1973

Crowding Among Hunter-Gatherers: The !Kung Bushmen, Patricia Draper

Anthropology Faculty Publications

Highly crowded living conditions exist among the !Kung Bushmen, hunter-gatherers who live on the edges of the Kalahari Desert in Botswana and South-West Africa. The !Kung appear to be crowded by choice, and biological indicators of stress are absent. Data indicate that residential crowding alone does not produce symptoms of pathological stress.


Cape Verdean Oral History Project: Interview With Geroge Castro By Alberto Torres Pereira, Geroge A. Castro Oct 1973

Cape Verdean Oral History Project: Interview With Geroge Castro By Alberto Torres Pereira, Geroge A. Castro

Cape Verdean Oral History Collection

This interview was done in two sessions. The first was conducted on October 11, 1973 (tape 12), the second was November 15, 1973 (tape 13). They have been merged into one digital audio file.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 23, No. 1, Louis Winkler, Arthur J. Lawton, Robert Thomas Teske, Ronald L. Michael, Ronald Carlisle, Don Yoder Oct 1973

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 23, No. 1, Louis Winkler, Arthur J. Lawton, Robert Thomas Teske, Ronald L. Michael, Ronald Carlisle, Don Yoder

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Pennsylvania German Astronomy and Astrology VII: Carl Friederich Egelmann (1782-1860)
• The Ground Rules of Folk Architecture
• The Eikonostasi Among Greek-Philadelphians
• The Peter Colley Tavern, 1801-1854
• The Wilderness and the City
• The Rural Marketing System: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire No. 31


Archeological Survey Of Duke Power Company's Proposed Bad Creek Pumped Storage Project, John D. Combes Oct 1973

Archeological Survey Of Duke Power Company's Proposed Bad Creek Pumped Storage Project, John D. Combes

Research Manuscript Series

No abstract provided.


Reedy River Freeway, John D. Combes Oct 1973

Reedy River Freeway, John D. Combes

Research Manuscript Series

No abstract provided.


Yesterday's People Peasants Of Polesie, Joseph Obrebski Sep 1973

Yesterday's People Peasants Of Polesie, Joseph Obrebski

Joel M. Halpern

An exhibition of photos from the Joseph Obrebski collection of Eastern Poland in the 1930s with a forward by Joel M Halpern


Special Report On Rodeos Sep 1973

Special Report On Rodeos

Special Reports

A calf roped and busted even once suffers injury from the scientific point of view. HSUS investigators observed visible injuries to as many as 11-12°/o of the animals in some steer busting events. HSUS is determined to put an end to all cruelty at rodeos.


Special Report On Rodeos Sep 1973

Special Report On Rodeos

Special Reports

A calf roped and busted even once suffers injury from the scientific point of view.


Yemassee-Ridgeland Survey, J. David Miller Sep 1973

Yemassee-Ridgeland Survey, J. David Miller

Research Manuscript Series

No abstract provided.


Wateree-Pineland 230 Kv Powerline Survey, J. David Miller Sep 1973

Wateree-Pineland 230 Kv Powerline Survey, J. David Miller

Research Manuscript Series

No abstract provided.


Notebook - September-October 1973, South Carolina Institute Of Archaeology And Anthropology--University Of South Carolina Sep 1973

Notebook - September-October 1973, South Carolina Institute Of Archaeology And Anthropology--University Of South Carolina

SCIAA Newsletter - Notebook

Contents:

The Temple at Town Creek Indian Mound State Historic Site, North Carolina.....p. 145


The Sasswood Ordeal Of The West Atlantic Tribes Of Sierra Leone And Liberia: An Ethnohistoriographic Survey, Sarah Louise Davies Aug 1973

The Sasswood Ordeal Of The West Atlantic Tribes Of Sierra Leone And Liberia: An Ethnohistoriographic Survey, Sarah Louise Davies

Dissertations and Theses

The sasswood ordeal of poison presents a divinatory ritual which has been used in criminal cases by the traditional African of Sierra Leone and Liberia. For at least six hundred years, the peoples of these present countries have imposed this strictest of ordeals on their moral transgressors; and the practice has survived, despite the protestations of nineteenth-century missionaries and the encroachment of the western world.

The investigation of the historical evidence of the sasswood ordeal among the West Atlantic tribes of Africa has three basic purposes. First, because of the paucity of interpretive data on the sasswood ordeal, the primary ...


A Test Of The Simple Recessive Hypothesis For The Inability To Taste Phenyl-Thio-Urea: A Family Study, Susan I. Wolf Aug 1973

A Test Of The Simple Recessive Hypothesis For The Inability To Taste Phenyl-Thio-Urea: A Family Study, Susan I. Wolf

Dissertations and Theses

This thesis is a report on the analysis of family data gathered to test the simple recessive hypothesis for the inability to taste phenyl-thio-urea (P.T.C.). The simple recessive hypothesis states that the inability of a minority of persons to taste high concentrations of P.T.C. is due to the action of an autosomal recessive gene in the homozygous condition.


Statistical Analysis Of A Health Attitude Survey In Three East Tennessee Counties, Georgianne Dunavant Ratliff Aug 1973

Statistical Analysis Of A Health Attitude Survey In Three East Tennessee Counties, Georgianne Dunavant Ratliff

Masters Theses

The general objective of this research was divided into three specific phases: (1) to ascertain health attitudes of a sample population; (2) to determine the relationship between biographic and attitude factors within the sample population; and (3) to evaluate the above in terms of its significance to health care planning.

The writer surveyed the literature, defined hypotheses and developed a questionnaire. A community in each of the three East Tennessee counties was selected for surveying. A total of 164 interviews was conducted, 44 in Knox County, 53 in Blount County and 67 in Sevier County. An interview team of 18 ...


Intercultural Influences In Early Peruvian Ceramic Design And Decoration, Clinton Pace Aug 1973

Intercultural Influences In Early Peruvian Ceramic Design And Decoration, Clinton Pace

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

About eleven thousand years ago the earliest known human inhabitants of the Central Andean area began a lifestyle which developed into some of the richest cultures of the ancient American civilizations. The people living in this thirteen-hundred-mile arid mountain zone, which is now the nation of Peru, produced some of the most outstanding examples of ceramics in the world before the birth of Christ.

The purpose of this study was to examine representative examples from various early Peruvian cultures in an attempt to identify their characteristics and to determine the extent to which the pottery forms of certain early cultures ...


The Use Of Histological Techniques In The Determination Of Cultural And/Or Environmental Processes In Archaeological Skeletal Populations, Randy L. Parshall Aug 1973

The Use Of Histological Techniques In The Determination Of Cultural And/Or Environmental Processes In Archaeological Skeletal Populations, Randy L. Parshall

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Depositional History And Tool Industries At The Winter Site: A Lake Forest Middle Woodland Cultural Manifestation, Jeffrey J. Richner Aug 1973

Depositional History And Tool Industries At The Winter Site: A Lake Forest Middle Woodland Cultural Manifestation, Jeffrey J. Richner

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


A Systems Approach To Complex Social Behavior: The Formulation Of A Methodology And Its Application To The Peasant Village Of Tzintzuntzan, William Earl Reynolds Aug 1973

A Systems Approach To Complex Social Behavior: The Formulation Of A Methodology And Its Application To The Peasant Village Of Tzintzuntzan, William Earl Reynolds

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Fried's Theory Of Political Evolution: An Empirical Test, Diana Battjes Mckenna Aug 1973

Fried's Theory Of Political Evolution: An Empirical Test, Diana Battjes Mckenna

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Spatial Correlates Of Sociocultural Organization, A Pattern Distribution Analysis Of A Set Of Artifacts, Peter R. Schultz Jul 1973

Spatial Correlates Of Sociocultural Organization, A Pattern Distribution Analysis Of A Set Of Artifacts, Peter R. Schultz

Anthropology ETDs

Artifacts, as operative components of cultural systems, monitor the structure of cultural systems. Artifacts exhibit differences and similarities in terms of the structure of the cultural system in which they functioned. Conversely, the structure of cultural systems may be monitored in terms of differences and similarities exhibited by artifacts.

Differences and similarities exhibited by a set of 1074 copper artifacts from Wisconsin are investigated in terms of organizational variability or associations that permit the recognition of an entity with definable structural properties, and distributional variability or patterning manifest when recognized units are plotted spatially.

Multivariate statistical techniques are used to ...