Emotion, Thought, and Estrangement: Emotion as a Cultural Category
Article first published online: 28 OCT 2009
1986 American Anthropological Association
Volume 1, Issue 3, pages 287–309, August 1986
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Lutz, C. (1986), Emotion, Thought, and Estrangement: Emotion as a Cultural Category. Cultural Anthropology, 1: 287–309. doi: 10.1525/can.1986.1.3.02a00020
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