95 Paperback Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute special issue book series; 4 BD450 This volume arises out of workshops bringing together anthropologists studying issues of skill-learning initially titled The Transmission of knowledge.
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RAI stands for Royal Anthropological Institute
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These included not only the journals of the local royal societies and the Royal Anthropological Institute but also the American Anthropologist and relevant French and German publications.
The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (Incorporating Man) 5 (4): 595-610.
Visions was officially opened by the Duke of Gloucester, patron of the Royal Anthropological Institute.
Goulet, "The 'Berdache'/'Two-Spirit': A Comparison of Anthropological and Native Constructions of Gendered Identities Among the Northern Athapaskans," Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute n.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and the Royal Anthropological Institute.
In 1984, he received the Huxley Award in Anthropology from the Royal Anthropological Institute in London, often dubbed the Nobel Prize in anthropology, for his studies revealing the ecology and social rules of primates, the subject of many books by Itani.