INDEX
Abercorn (Mbala), 188
Aborigines Protection Society, 27,
270n. 16
Acculturation, 79, 83
Administrator(s), 14, 16, 18, 50–
51, 88, 123, 137, 140–41, 149,
160, 167, 187, 190, 193, 214–
15, 332n. 109; administrator-
ethnographers, 58, 99, 102, 228,
230, 240–46; Africans’ attitudes
toward, 127–28, 164–65, 200–
203, 207, 220; attitudes to an-
thropology, 64–68, 109, 112,
122, 130, 134, 143, 223–34; in-
fluence on anthropology, 7, 45–
49, 70–71, 85, 91–93, 176,
195–98, 200–203, 224–25,
257–58; relationships with an-
thropologists, 18, 39–42, 60, 76,
99, 101, 230, 241–48, 281n. 84;
in towns, 162, 164–65. See also
Technical officers
African Marriage Survey, 107
African National Congress (anc).
See Northern Rhodesian African
National Congress (anc)
African nationalism, 186, 188–89,
208, 213, 215, 218, 220–21,
223–24, 230, 244
African Salaried Staff Association,
216
African Survey, 85
Africanization, 17, 197; definition,
16, 268n. 30
Afrikaans, 44, 46–47, 137
Afrikaners, 44–46, 76, 142–43,
149
Aginsky, Bert, 133
Aginsky, Ethel, 133
Agriculturists. See Technical
officers
Akapelwa, Possenta, 211
Allan, William, 39, 40, 69, 76, 86,
233, 244
Amalgamation, 26, 164. See also
British Central African
Federation
American Metal Company, 31. See
also Mines
‘‘Analysis of a Social Situation in
Modern Zululand’’ (Gluckman),
42–49, 56, 78–79, 138, 153,
156, 174, 179, 213, 274n. 9,
286n. 14
Anglo-American Corporation, 31,
34, 58, 173, 176. See also Mines
Anglo-Boer War, 44
Anthropologization, 15–17; defini-
tion, 15
Anthropology: applied, 66, 111,
113, 119, 228, 232; of colonial-
ism, 7, 122; development, 232,
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