AuthorWaddell, Jack O.
KeywordsTohono O'odham Indians.
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PublisherUniversity of Arizona Press (Tucson, AZ)
DescriptionIntensive analysis of adaptive experiences of five Papago laborers in four different occupational environments.
Table of ContentsAbstract / Occupational Activity as a Locus of Acculturation Processes / Papago Off-Reservation Occupational Activity / Commercial Farm Occupational Complex / Ajo Mine Occupational Complex / Oscillating Farm-Nonfarm and Urban-Nonurban Occupational Complexes / Five Papago Careers / Occupational Roles and Other Social Roles: A Role Analysis of Individual Cases / Conclusions: Role Compatibility, Occupational Adaptation, and Papago Acculturation / Bibliography