Journal or Book Title
Biennial Review of Anthropology
This is the fourth in the series of articles on peasants in the Biennial Review (see also 150, 137, 10). It places particular stress on publications that tend to generalize and synthesize. A main emphasis is to see peasant studies from the viewpoint of other disciplines, as well as from the perspective of the societal context in which American anthropology itself exists. Specific geographical areas are dealt with in concluding summaries.
Halpern, Joel and Brode, John, "Peasant Society: Economic Changes and Revolutionary Transformation" (1967). Biennial Review of Anthropology. 3.