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eBook Philippine Society and the Individual: Selected Essays of Frank Lynch (MICHIGAN PAPERS ON SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIA) epub
  • ISBN: 0891480285
  • Author: Aram A. Yengoyan,Frank Lynch
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Essays & Correspondence
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Univ of Michigan Center for (November 1, 1984)
  • Pages: 469 pages
  • ePUB size: 1316 kb
  • FB2 size 1817 kb
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In A. A. Yengoyan & P. Q. Makil (Eds) Philippine Society and the Individual: Selected Essays of Frank Lynch (1949-1976), USA: Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies, University of Michigan.

Social acceptance reconsidered. In A. Bittar . Chaachoua . Inamdar . Maffei . International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education, International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education, 13 (1) (2006).

Administrative Records. Michigan Papers on South and Southeast Asia In the introduction to that volume I noted in the papers certain recurrent. Michigan Papers on South and Southeast Asiaby University of Michigan. Selected papers from that seminar were later revised and published as Compadre Colonialism. In the introduction to that volume I noted in the papers certain recurrent themes and mutual presuppositions that reflect in part the similarities in the academic experience of the authors, in part our interaction with each other. Thus, despite some differences in our interpretations of Philippine history it was possible to speak of an underlying consensus, which was reflected in the title of the volume.

4 Frank S. Lynch SJ, 'An Mga Asuwang: A Bicol Belief, reprinted in Yengoyan and Makil eds, Philippine Society, 175–196. Note that in rendering the tide in the text, as well as in rendering quotations from the article, I have used the contemporary spelling of the place studied by Lynch - Bikol (rather than Bicol). 5 Lynch,, ‘Asuwang’, 187. 6 On Redfield: Jr, George W. Stocking, The Ethnographer's Magic and Other Essays in the History of Anthropology (Madison 1992) 301–307;Honigman, John . The Development of Anthropo-logical Ideas (Homewood 1976) 348.

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