Title: Variations in Value Orientations
Publisher: Greenwood Press, Westport, CT
Publication Date: 1973
Book Condition: Very good
Edition: First Edition
First Greenwood reprinting. Green cloth hardcover, no dj, 9 1/4 x 9 1/4, 436 pp. plus index, text is clean and unmarked, the book is tight and square. Ex seminary library with a white label on the spine, bookplate, cardholder & lender slip. Closed page edges are clean. Very good. Originally published in 1961, this 1973 reprint is now scarce. A statement of the theory of value evaluations with a analysis of that theory among several cultures of the American Southwest, including Mormons, American Indians, and Spanish Americans. Chapters: Dominant and Variant Cultural Orientations; The Five Communities; The Research Instrument - Development and Administration; Statistical Methods of Analysis; Variations in Value Orientations Within and Among the Five Rimrock Communities; The Spanish-Americans of Atrisco; The Mormon and Texan Communities; The Zuni; The Rimrock Navaho; Summary and Discussion. Bookseller Inventory # 164
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