Plants and People of the Golden Triangle

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Publisher: London: Royal Anthropological Institute, distributor, c1995. 1 videocassette (26 min.). David Crawford is a contributing author, "Globalization from the Ground Up", pp. 289-294. For fieldsite, a village in Central Thailand, to see how the community had changed in 30 years. Long time readers know I am a fan of Scott Atran, Dan Sperber, Joe Heinrich, Robert Boyd, etc. Mainly Amish women work from their home however both sexes handle household finances and farm.

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Publisher: Bangkok; SECOND EDITION edition (1993)

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