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The comparative method in social anthropology / by E. E. Evans-Pritchard
Bib ID 4332930
Format BookBook
Author
Evans-Pritchard, E. E. (Edward Evan), 1902-1973
 
Description London, : University of London, Athlone Press, 1963 
30 p. ; 23 cm. 
Series

L.T. Hobhouse Memorial Trust lecture ; no. 33.

Summary

Includes bibliographical references.

Conference held 22, 23, 24 March 1988.

Accompanied by supplementary vol. of additional proceeding papers not included in main vol. (filed in pocket on inside back cover)

Cover title.

Contents: Background. 1. European inputs to radionavigatin history -- 2. Current European navaids -- 3. Opportunities for Europe. Aeronautical requirements. 4. Airline equipment for effective navigation: European radionavigation and commercial aircraft operation -- 5. Navigation requirements for general aviation. Marine requirements. 6. Leisure user requirements for marine radionavigation aids -- 7. The Scottish fshermens' view of aids to navigation and fishing: the present and the future -- 8. The needs of European shipowners. International way ahead. 9. Role of IMO in defining future radionavigation system requirements for international shipping -- 10. Future ATS in Europe -- 11. European Loran-C policy group. Radionavigation plans: Part I. 13. The advantages of a federal radionavigation plan -- 14. Radio navigation plans: U.K. civil marine -- 15. A European radionavigation plan: a Netherlands view -- 16. French radionavigation plan. Radionavigation Plans: Part II. 17. Radionavigation at sea around Sweden now and in the future -- 18. Danish policy for radionavigation in Danish waters including the Faeroes and Greenland -- 19. Organisation and management for marine navigational aids. Technical systems and standards: Part I. 20. Marine radio and radionavigation equipment standards -- 21. Aeronautical standards -- 22. A possible extension of Mediterranean sea Loran-C chain -- 23. The integration of GPS and Loran-C. Technical systems and standards: Part II. 24. International/regional plans for terrestrial radionavigation systems: IALA view -- 25. Procedures and problems in establishing a maritime Loran-C chain -- 26. Loran-C and the nautical chart -- 27. European Loran-C chain planning -- 28. The European radionavigation mix in the year 2000 -- 29. Loran-C in a hostile environment. International standardisation of navigation systems. 30. Looking in from the outside: benefits of international standardisation -- 31. Future navigation system: integration of area coverage systems into the national airspace system -- 32. U.S.S.R.: future use of the terrestrial and space radio navigation systems. Economic, political and practical issues: Part I. 33. RN and RAF radionavigation requirements as we enter the third millennium -- 34. The role of radio navigation in naval systems -- 35. Political considerations for a European radionavigation system. Economic, political and practical issues: Part II. 36. Organisation of an international radionavigation chain -- 37. European radionavigation: some realities -- 38. An analytical method for determining Loran-C cover.

Notes

Bibliography: p. [29]-30.

Subjects Ethnology -- Methodology.  |  Social organisation.  |  Indigenous peoples.  |  Anthropology - Theory and criticism.

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