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Explorations in Sights and Sounds
In this compilation of eight essays, anthropologists Jack 0. Waddell and Michael Everett provide a generally refreshing way of looking at drinking behavior among the Papago, Pima, Yaqui, Taos Pueblo, Navajo, and White Mountain Apache of Arizona and New Mexico. The authors realize that much of what has been written about Native American alcohol use has come from an Anglo-Euro set of definitions which emphasizes the adoption of drinking behavior from whites, treating drinking without reference to Indian cultural differences and attributing it to some form of social dislocation caused by white intrusion and oppression.
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