Table of contents for Historical transformations : the anthropology of global systems / Kajsa Ekholm Friedman and Jonathan Friedman.


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Part I Social Reproduction, Social Transformation, and
Global Process                                                29
1 Marxist Theory and Systems of Total Reproduction          31
Jonathan Friedman
2 Crises in Theory and Transformations of the World Economy  43
Jonathan Friedman
Part II Global Process and Long-Term Change                   57
3 The Study of Risk in Social Systems: An Anthropological
Perspective                                               61
Kajsa Ekholm Friedman
4 Notes toward an Epigenetic Model of the Evolution of
"Civilization"                                            87
Jonathan Friedman and M. J. Rowlands
5 "Capital" Imperialism and Exploitation in Ancient World Systems  141
Kajsa Ekholm Friedman and Jonathan Friedman
6 Structure, Dynamics, and the Final Collapse of Bronze Age
Civilizations in the Second Millennium                  163
Kajsa Ekholm Friedman
7 Transnationalization, Sociopolitical Disorder, and Ethnification
as Expressions of Declining Global Hegemony             203
Jonathan Friedman
Part III Structure and History: Transformational Models    227
8 External Exchange and the Transformation of Central African
Social Systems                                          231
Kajsa Ekholm Friedman
9 "Sad Stories of the Death of Kings": The Involution
of Divine Kingship                                      255
Kajsa Ekholm Friedman
10 Notes on Structure and History in Oceania               281
Jonathan Friedman
11 Morphogenesis and Global Process in Polynesia           301
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Social change, Globalization Social aspects, Globalization Economic aspects, Culture and globalization, Transnationalism