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March 1976
268 pages  

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Essays on Mexican Kinship
Nutini, Hugo, Carrasco, Pedro , Taggart, James
Essays in Mexican Kinship offers new and important data on the social structure of Indian and rural Mestizo communities of Mexico, particularly those of the highlands, and provides models and suggestions for future research.

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Hugo G. Nutini is University Professor of Anthropology at the University of Pittsburgh.
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Pitt Latin American Series
Latin America/Cultural Studies
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Essays in Mexican Kinship offers new and important data on the social structure of Indian and rural Mestizo communities of Mexico, particularly those of the highlands, and provides models and suggestions for future research.
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“Well-researched and thought-provoking.”—Latin America in Books

“Here is the stuff of constructive debate and a stimulus for further reflection.”—American Anthropologist

“Significant essays with first-rate analyses of particular kinship topics.”—El Palacio


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