Martiniquais



ETHNONYMS: Béké (the elite White minority descended from slave owners); Creoles (refers to both the non-White, mixed-heritage local population and to the local language); Metropolitans (refers to people of European descent who live in French-speaking former colonies)


Bibliography

Aldrich, Robert, and John Connell (1992). France's Overseas Frontier: Départements et Territoires d'Outre-Mer. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


Browne, Katherine E. (1993). Factors Underlying Differential Participation in the Informal Economy. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International.


Horowitz, Michael M. (1967). Morne-Paysan: Peasant Village in Martinique. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston.


Lirus, Julie (1979) Identité antillaise. Paris: Éditions Caribéennes.


Lowenthal, David (1972). West Indian Societies. London: Oxford University Press.


Massé, Raymond (1978). Les adventistes du septième jour aux Antilles Françaises: Anthropologie d'une espérance milléneariste. Ste. Marie, Martinique: Université de Montréal.


Mintz, Sidney, and Sally Price (1985). Caribbean Contours. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.


Slater, Miriam (1977) The Caribbean Family: Legitimacy in Martinique. New York: St. Martin's Press.


KATHERINE E. BROWNE

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