Meaning and Scope of Social Anthropology


PROF. A. R. RADCLIFFE-BROWN'S article in Nature of August 26 has just come to my notice, and I hasten, regrettably late I fear, to write to point out that his able exposition of meaning and scope of anthropology does scant justice to Prof. F. C. Bartlett, whose Huxley Lecture, as I understand it, cannot bear the interpretation placed on it.

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