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 TitleAuthorSourceYear
In Search of Swaziland." (Obituary of Hilda Kuper).M.G. Smith In The Guardian 4 May 1992: 271992
"The RISM-Spencer study of education and society in the Caribbean." M.G. SmithIn Education and Society in the Commonwealth Caribbean. Errol Miller, ed. Mona, Kingston, Jamaica: Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of the West Indies, with the assistance of the Research Institute for the Study of Man, New York. p. 7-14.1991
"Kyanship & kinship among the Tarok." M.G. Smith with Mary F. SmithAfrica 60 (2): 242-269.1990
"Pluralism: comment on an ideological analysis." M.G. SmithSocial and Economic Studies 36 (4): 157-1911987
"Some problems with minority concepts, and a solution." M.G. SmithEthnic and Racial Studies 10 (4): 341-362.1987
Race and ethnic relations as matters of rational choice.” M.G. SmithEthnic and Racial Studies 8 (4): 184-499.1985
"Some future directions for social research in the Commonwealth Caribbean." M.G. SmithSocial and Economic Studies 33(2): 123-155.1984
“The nature and variety of plural units.” M.G. SmithIn The Prospects for Plural Societies, 1982 Proceedings of the American Ethnological Society. David Maybury-Lewis (Ed.). Washington, DC, 1984, pp. 146-186.1984
Comment on Austin’s ‘Culture and Ideology in the English-speaking Caribbean’.” M.G. SmithIn American Ethnologist 11 (1): 183-85.1984
"Robotham's ideology and pluralism: a reply." M.G. SmithSocial and Economic Studies 32 (2): 103-139.1983
"The role of basic needs and provisions in planning and development." M.G. SmithCanadian Journal of Native Studies 3(2): 341-360.1983
"Cosmology, practice and social organization among the Kadara and Kagoro."M.G. Smith Ethnology 21 (1): 1-20.1982
"The study of needs and provisions for social assistance." M.G. SmithSocial and Economic Studies 31 (3): 37-57.1982
"Ethnicity and ethnic groups in America: the view from Harvard." M.G. SmithEthnic and Racial Studies 5 (1): 1-22.1982
"After secondary marriage, what?" M.G. SmithEthnology 19 (3): 265-277.1980
"A note on truth, fact and tradition in Carriacou." M.G. SmithCaribbean Quarterly 17 (3-4): 128-138.1971
"Historical and cultural conditions of political corruption among the Hausa." M.G. SmithComparative Studies in Society and History 6 (2): 164-194.1964
"Aimless, wandering, adolescent groups." M.G. SmithIn The Adolescent in the Changing Caribbean: Proceedings of the 3rd Caribbean Conference for Mental Health, University College of the West Indies, Jamaica, Apri1 4-11, 1961. p. 78-79, 84.1963
"History and social anthropology." M.G. SmithJournal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 92 (1): 73-85.1962
"Short-range prospects in the British Caribbean."M.G. Smith Social and Economic Studies 11 (4): 392-408. Reprinted in The Plural Society in the British West Indies . p. 304-321. Partially reprinted in Readings in Government and Politics of the West Indies. A. W. Singham et al, comps. Kingston, Jamaica: n.p., n.d. p. 390-398.1962
"Field histories among the Hausa."M.G. Smith Journal of African History 2 (1): 87-101.1961
"Kebbi and Hausa stratification." M.G. SmithBritish Journal of Sociology 12 (l): 52-64.1961
"Kinship and household in Carriacou." M.G. SmithSocial and Economic Studies 10 (4): 455-477.1961
"The plural framework of Jamaican society." M.G. SmithBritish Journal of Sociology 12(3): 249-262. Reprinted in West Indian Perspectives: Slaves, Free Men, Citizens. Lambros Comitas and David Lowenthal, eds. Garden City, NY: Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1973. p. 174-193; The Plural Society in the British West Indies. p. 162-175; and Race and Social Difference. P. W. Baxter, ed. London: Penguin, 1973.1961
"West Indian culture."M.G. Smith Caribbean Quarterly 7 (3): 112-119. Reprinted in The Plural Society in the British West Indies. p. 1-9.1961
Comment on Jack Goody: "The classification of double descent systems." M.G. SmithCurrent Anthropology 2 (l): 19-20.1961
"Education and occupational choice in rural Jamaica." M.G. SmithSocial and Economic Studies 9 (3): 332-354. Reprinted in The Plural Society in the British West Indies. p. 196-220. Partially reprinted in West Indian Perspectives: Consequences of Class and Color. David Lowenthal and Lambros Comitas, eds. Garden City, NY: Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1973. p. 191-197.1960
"Kagoro political development." M.G. SmithHuman Organization 19 (3): 137-149.1960
"The Hausa system of social status." M.G. SmithAfrica 29 (3): 239-252.1959
"Cooperation in Hausa society." M.G. SmithInformation (International Social Science Council), no. 11, 1-20.1957
"Dark Puritan: The Life and Work of Norman Paul." M.G. SmithCaribbean Quarterly 5 (1): 34-47; 5 (2): 85-98 (1958); 5(4): 284-291 (1959); 6 (1): 48-59(1960).1957
"Ethnic and cultural pluralism in the British Caribbean." M.G. SmithIn Pluralisme Ethnique et Culturel dans les Sociétés Intertropicales/Ethnic and Cultural Pluralism in Intertropical Communities. Brussels: Institute of Differing Civilizations. p. 439-447. Reprinted in The Plural Society in the British West Indies (1965c). p. 10-17.1957
"Family patterns in rural Jamaica." M.G. SmithThe Welfare Reporter (Kingston, Jamaica) 16 (3): 24-25, 28.1957
"The African heritage in the Caribbean." M.G. SmithIn Caribbean Studies: A Symposium. Vera Rubin, ed. Kingston, Jamaica: University College of the West Indies in association with the Research and Training Program for the Study of Man in the Tropics, Columbia University. p. 34-46. Reprinted in 1960 by the University of Washington Press as monograph no. 34 of the American Ethnological Society.1957
"The social functions and meaning of Hausa praise-singing." M.G. SmithAfrica 27 (1): 26-45. Reprinted in Ibadan, no.21, October 1965, p. 81-92; and Peoples and Cultures of Africa. Elliott P. Skinner, ed. New York: Natural History Press, 1973.1957
"Community organisation in rural Jamaica." M.G. SmithSocial and Economic Studies 5 (3): 295-312. Reprinted in The Plural Society in the British West Indies . p. 176-195.1956
"The transformation of land rights by transmission in Carriacou." M.G. SmithSocial and Economic Studies 5 (2): 103-138. Reprinted in The Plural Society in the British West Indies (l965c). p. 221-261.1956
"On segmentary lineage systems." M.G. SmithJournal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 86 (2): 39,80. (Curle Bequest Prize Essay). Reprinted in Corporations and Society (l974b). p. 13-70.1956
"Slavery and emancipation in two societies." M.G. Smith Social and Economic Studies 3 (3A): 239-290. Reprinted in The Plural Society in the British West Indies (l965c). p. 116-161.1954
"Some aspects of social structure in the British Caribbean about 1820."M.G. SmithSocial and Economic Studies 1 (4): 55-79. Reprinted in The Plural Society in the British West Indies (l965c). p. 92-115.1953
“Secondary marriage in Northern Nigeria.”M.G. SmithAfrica 23 (4): 296-325. (Wellcome Medal Prize Essay). Reprinted in Kinship and Marriage. Paul Bohannan and John Mddleton, eds. New York: Natural History Museum Press, 1968. p. 109-130.1953
“A study of Hausa domestic economy in Northern Zaria.”M.G. Smith Africa 22 (4): 333-347.1952