Marcel Mauss

Marcel Mauss Marcel Mauss (; 10 May 1872 – 10 February 1950) was a French sociologist and anthropologist known as the "father of French ethnology". The nephew of Émile Durkheim, Mauss, in his academic work, crossed the boundaries between sociology and anthropology. Today, he is perhaps better recognised for his influence on the latter discipline, particularly with respect to his analyses of topics such as magic, sacrifice and gift exchange in different cultures around the world. Mauss had a significant influence upon Claude Lévi-Strauss, the founder of structural anthropology. His most famous work is ''The Gift'' (1925). Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Mauss, Marcel, 1872-1950
    Published 1974
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    by Mauss, Marcel, 1872-1950
    Published 1971
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    by Mauss, Marcel, 1872-1950
    Published 1967
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    by Mauss, Marcel, 1872-1950
    Published 2006
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    by Mauss, Marcel, 1872-1950
    Published 1973
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    by Mauss, Marcel, 1872-1950
    Published 1969
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    by Mauss, Marcel, 1872-1950
    Published 1970
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    by Hubert, Henri
    Published 1946
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