Malay fishermen: their peasant economy

  • 398 Pages
  • 3.36 MB
  • English
Archon Books , Hamden, Conn.]
Fish trade -- Malay Peninsula, Fishers -- Malay Peni


Malay Penin

Statementby Raymond Firth.
LC ClassificationsHD9466.M32 F5 1966
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 398 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5977448M
LC Control Number66004305

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Malay Fishermen chapter X Fishermen In The General Peasant Economy Throughout most of this book I have been dealing with the internal organization of the fishing industry-its productivity, its planning and the returns it yields to those who take part in : Raymond Firth.

First edition. The great economic anthropologist examines in depth the social organization of the fishermen of the Malay Peninsula. The book includes an index of edible fishes caught, as well as a large folding map of the village layout, with gardens, orchards, and other elements of agriculture integrated into the fishermen's community space.

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Firth’s own work. His treatment of the economic aspects of Malay peasant fishing communities is markedly different from his treatment of the subsistence producing Maori and Tikopians. Secondly, the essays illustrate how the anthropologist’s concern with peasant economy differs from the economist’: George Dalton.

His other notable works are We, the Tikopia (), Essays on Social Organization and Values (), Malay Fishermen: Their Peasant Economy (), Rank and Religion in Tikopia (), and Symbols: Public and Private ().

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