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Concerning Trobriand clans and the kinship category tabu.

Edmund Leach

Concerning Trobriand clans and the kinship category tabu.

by Edmund Leach

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Published by Bobbs-Merrill in Indianapolis, Ind .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Reprinted from The developmental cycle in domestic groups, Jack Goody(ed.), Cambridge University Press, 1969.

Other titlesDevelopmental cycle in domestic groups.
SeriesThe Bobbs-Merrill reprint series in the social sciences
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Open LibraryOL14870967M

You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Kinship and Gender in Meiteiron in Language in India, Volume8: 7 July. Leach E., R. Concerning trobriand clans and the kinship category “tabu.” In J. Goody (ed.), The developmental cycle in domestic groups (pp. ). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Manipuri Culture Manipuri Culture - LIS-India.

LEACH, Edmund () "Concerning Trobriand Class and the Kinship Category Tabo' in GOODY, J (Ed) Leach () claims.. that 'kinship terms are category words by means of which the individual is taught to recognize the significant groupings in the social structure. Bruceanthro , 11 February (UTC) _LEACH. Format Books; Contributors. Parkin, Robert, Stone, Linda, Concerning Trobriand clans and the kinship category 'tabu' / Edmund Leach -- The Dravidian kinship terminology as an expression of marriage / Louis Dumont -- Prescription, preference and practice: marriage patterns among the Kondaiyankottai Maravar of South India.

Leach, E.R. () ‘Concerning Trobriand Clans and the Kinship Category “Tabu” ’, in J. Goody (ed.) The Developmental Cycle in Domestic Groups, pp. . One illustration of this is Leach's analysis of Trobriand clans and the kin category tabu ( 8). He. tries to demonstrate that a cultural series, four indigenously defined categories of hamlets where potentially to non-potentially marriageable women may reside, .


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Title: Concerning Trobriand clans and the kinship category Concerning Trobriand clans and the kinship category tabu. book Published in: if part or section of a book or monograph The developmental cycle in domestic groups, edited by Jack Goody Published By: Original publisher The developmental cycle in domestic groups, edited by Jack Goody London: Cambridge University Press.

Introduction: Robert Parkin. Kinship and Social Organization, Lecture One: W. Rivers (deceased, formerly of Cambridge). Structural Analysis in Linguistics and Anthropology: Claude Levi-Strauss (Emeritus, College de France).

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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Concerning Trobriand clans and the kinship category Lexington Books, Lanham. Lounsbury, F., Concerning Trobriand clans and the kinship category tabu. Article. Kinship and Credit among the Nuer1 - Volume 41 Issue 4 - M. Glickman. Although the theory of the book is an abiding part of anthropological discussion and controversy, having become a model for the study of other societies, we should still return to the facts, asking to what extent the Nuer ‘model’ fits the way of life of the Nuer of.

Chapter 7: Kinship and Social Organization. WHR Rivers The nephew is 'fahu' or above the law in relation to uncle. The father is "tapu" - son cannot touch his father's head. Strongest "tapu" is between brother and sister.

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In: GOODY, J. (ed.). The development cycle of domestic groups. Cambridge: Cambridge University RY, EG. Another view of Trobriand kinship categories. Leach, E.:‘Concerning Trobriand Clans and the Kinship Category Tabu’, in J. Goody (ed.), The Development Cycle of Domestic Groups, Cambridge Papers on Social Anthropology 1, Cambridge University Press.

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Introduction: Robert Parkin. Kinship and Social Organization, Lecture One: W. Rivers (deceased, formerly of Cambridge). Structural Analysis in Linguistics and Anthropology: Claude Levi-Strauss (Emeritus, College de France).

Concerning Trobriand Clans and the Kinship Category 'tabu': Edmund Leach (deceasedformerly of Cambridge). Kinship and Social Organization, Lecture One: W. Rivers (deceased, formerly of Cambridge). Structural Analysis in Linguistics and Anthropology: Claude Lévi-Strauss (Emeritus, College de France).

Concerning Trobriand Clans and the Kinship Category ‘tabu’: Edmund Leach (deceasedformerly of Cambridge). The most comprehensive reader on kinship available, Kinship and Family: An Anthropological Reader is a representative collection tracing the history of the anthropological study of kinship from the early s to the present day.

Kinship and Social Organization, Lecture One: W. Rivers (deceased, formerly of Cambridge). Structural Analysis in Linguistics and Anthropology: Claude Lévi-Strauss (Emeritus, College de France).

Concerning Trobriand Clans and the Kinship Category ‘tabu’: Edmund Leach (deceasedformerly of Cambridge).Price: $ Abstract. Theories of fieldwork explain why anthropologists do fieldwork. They are theories of method, since fieldwork is a method of doing anthropology (other methods include the arm-chair, the library, by proxy, the questionnaire, informants, and so on).

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Sir Edmund Leach in his "Trobriand Clans and the Kinship Category 'Tabu'," criticizes Malinowski's notion that classificatory terminology results from a set of terms for primary relatives based on genealogical reckoning being extended Book Reviews relationship ‘p’ is the opposite of another relationship, ‘q”’ (p), is added in the form of a very elegant chart (p.

29). If the reader compares this treatment, along with a paper which, for some inex- plicable reason, is omitted from this collection (“Concerning Trobriand Clans and the.