Ronald Frankenberg (20 October 1929 – 20 November 2015) was a British anthropologist, known for his study of conflict and decision-making in a Welsh village. He was a student of Max Gluckman and a member of the Manchester School of British Social Anthropology. One of his daughters was sociologist Ruth Frankenberg.
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- Ronald Frankenberg interviewed by Alan Macfarlane July 5, 1983 (film)
- Ronald Frankenberg at "Pioneers of Qualitative Research" from the Economic and Social Data Service
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