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Perhaps the most influential sociological explanation of “primitive” institutions was Marcel Mauss ’s account of gift exchanges, illustrated by such diverse practices as the “ kula ring” cycle of exchange of the Trobriand Islanders and the potlatch of the Kwakiutl of the Pacific coast of North America. According to Aihwa Ong, spirit possession of female factory workers in Malaysia is: The term "alienation" is used to describe what phenomenon in industrial economies?

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Publisher: Praeger (May 2002)

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