New Zealand anthropologist Raymond Firth is born

New Zealand anthropologist Raymond Firth is born

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He researched the Maori and other people of Oceania and Southeast Asia. His first main area of interest was their economic organization. Firth is considered a founder of British economic anthropology. Later, he studied religion, especially on the Tikopia of the Solomon Islands, and the anthropological treatment of symbols.

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