Mary Douglas

Dame Mary Douglas, (25 March 1921 – 16 May 2007) was a British anthropologist, known for her writings on human culture and symbolism, whose area of speciality was social anthropology. Douglas was considered a follower of Émile Durkheim and a proponent of structuralist analysis, with a strong interest in comparative religion. Provided by Wikipedia
Showing 1 - 20 results of 51 for search 'Douglas, Mary.', query time: 0.05s Refine Results
1
by Douglas, Mary.
Published 1998
CONNECT
eBook
2
by Douglas, Mary.
Published 1996
CONNECT
eBook
3
by Douglas, Mary.
Published 1999
CONNECT
eBook
5
by Douglas, Mary
Published 2013
CONNECT
Electronic eBook
6
by Douglas, Mary.
Published 2013
CONNECT
eBook
7
by Douglas, Mary-Kyle.
Published 2006
Book
8
by Douglas, Mary, 1921-2007
Published 1966
Book
9
by Douglas, Mary, 1921-2007
Published 1981
Book
10
by Douglas, Mary, 1921-2007
Published 1986
Book
11
by Douglas, Mary, 1921-2007
Published 1980
Book
12
by Douglas, Mary, 1921-2007
Published 1982
Book
13
by Douglas, Mary, 1921-2007
Published 1982
Book
14
by Douglas, Mary, 1921-2007.
Published 1975
Book
15
by Douglas, Mary, 1921-2007
Published 1979
Book
16
by Douglas, Mary, 1921-2007
Published 2001
Book
17
by Douglas, Mary, 1921-2007
Published 2000
Book
18
by Douglas, Mary, 1921-2007
Published 1982
Book
19
by Douglas, Mary, 1921-2007.
Published 1982
CONNECT
eBook
20
by Douglas, Mary, 1921-2007
Published 2013
Book