Linking Levels of Analysis

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Imported Goods in Postcolonial Latin America
Benjamin Orlove, Editor
A rich analysis of the internal social factors that drive the demand for foreign goods
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Linking Levels of Analysis concentrates on understanding the relationship between local-level systems and larger, more inclusive systems. This area is receiving considerable attention from scholars, and it is this work, in all its variety, that Linking Levels of Analysis is designed to publish. The series includes theoretical works, substantive analyses, and methodological studies.

Linking Levels of Analysis

Linking Levels of Analysis concentrates on understanding the relationship between local-level systems and larger, more inclusive systems. This area is receiving considerable attention from scholars, and it is this work, in all its variety, that Linking Levels of Analysis is designed to publish. The series includes theoretical works, substantive analyses, and methodological studies.


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Emilio F. Moran

Editorial Board
John R. Bowen, Washington University

Conrad Kottak, University of Michigan

Katherine S. Newman, Harvard University

Douglas White, University of California, Irvine

Series Editor

Emilio F. Moran

Editorial Board
John R. Bowen, Washington University

Conrad Kottak, University of Michigan

Katherine S. Newman, Harvard University

Douglas White, University of California, Irvine


Send inquiries to:

Professor Emilio F. Moran,
Department of Anthropology
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47401

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Submissions

Send inquiries to:

Professor Emilio F. Moran,
Department of Anthropology
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47401


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