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Sir Raymond William Firth (25 March 1901 – 22 February 2002) was an ethnologist from New Zealand. As a result of Firth's ethnographic work, actual behaviour of societies (social organization) is separated from the idealized rules of behaviour within the particular society (social structure). He was a long serving Professor of Anthropology at London School of Economics, and is considered to have singlehandedly created a form of British economic anthropology.

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by Firth, Raymond, 1901-2002
London : Athlone P. ; New York : Humanities Press, 1967
 
 
 
 
by Firth, Raymond, 1901-2002
London, The Studio, limited; New York, The Studio publications inc. [1936]
 
 
Uniform title: Human types. Swedish
by Firth, Raymond, 1901-2002
Stockholm : Bokfolaget Aldus / Bonniers, 1967
 
 
by Firth, Raymond, 1901-2002
London : Athlone Press, University of London, 1964 , ©1964
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