Index
Aborigines: British use of, 134-37;
Dutch use of, 133-34, 137; military
use of, 134; postemancipation treat-
ment of, 135-40
Adamson, R. H., 35; on creole stereo-
typing, 147; on egalitarianism, 97; on
Portuguese commercial success, 144
Akzin, B., 3
Allardt, E., 21
Anglo-European hegemonic domi-
nance: buffer populations and, 131-
47; class legacy of, 199-225; credit,
use of, to create buffer population,
143-44; cultural legacy of, 199-225;
culture of domination and, 155-74;
ethnic diversity and, 133; hierarchical
framework in, 151; ideological frame-
work for, 132-33; imposed worth
standards in, 140-41; Mulattoes as
buffer population in, 141-42; Por-
tuguese as buffer population in, 143-
46; race/culture/class conflation in,
152-54; religious legacy of, 199-
225; self-view of, 150-52; stereotyp-
ing in, 147-54, 197-98; success of
subordinate persons in, 176
Anglo-European transformist hege-
mony, Dutch and Portuguese in, 151-
52
Anthropology, politics of cultural strug-
gle and, 267-71
Bailey, F. G.: on crab antics, 116; on
egalitarian societies, 92-93
Barnett, M., 15-17
Barnett, S., 97
Bartels, D.: on subordinate group adop-
tion of racial stereotypes, 158; on
work attitudes, 55-56
IIBegging,"
definition of, 110
IIBig,"
as status category, 78-83
Black Culture and Black Consciousness
(Levine), 175
Blanqueamiento, 26-27, 31
Bourdieu, P.,247
Bourdieu, P. and Boltanski, L., 247-48
Bovianders, definition of, 129
Braithwaite, E., 55
British colonial culture: export of, from
Western Europe, 157; Portuguese
and, 157; Scots and, 157
British Guiana: emergent capitalism in,
35-36; transformist hegemony in,
36
British Guiana: The Land Of Six Peoples
(Swan), 131-32
Buffer populations: Anglo-European
creation of, 131-47; Mulattoes as,
141-42; Portuguese as, 143-46
Burnham, Forbes, 35
Campbell,
R. H.,
25
Carib-ogre, definition of, 129
Chinese immigrants, role of, in British
Guiana, 146-47
Christianity as a class status symbol,
205-15
Civilized conduct, 192-98
Class analysis and ethnographic reality,
28-29
Class status symbols, religious diversity
and, 205-15
317
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