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  • 1
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9780521763011 , 9780521128032
    Language: English
    Pages: Online-Ressource (vi, 180 p)
    Edition: Online-Ausg. 2010 Electronic reproduction; Available via World Wide Web
    Parallel Title: Print version Myth, Ritual and the Oral
    DDC: 398.2
    Keywords: Storytelling ; Ritual ; Folklore Performance ; Oral tradition ; Electronic books
    Abstract: Jack Goody, one of the world's most distinguished anthropologists, returns to the related themes of myth, orality and literacy
    Description / Table of Contents: Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Chapter 1 Religion and ritual from Tylor to Parsons: the definitional problem; Chapter 2 Oral 'literature'; Chapter 3 The anthropologist and the audio recorder; Chapter 4 Oral creativity; Chapter 5 The folktale and cultural history; Chapter 6 Animals, humans and gods in northern Ghana; Chapter 7 The Bagre in all its variety; Chapter 8 From oral to written: an anthropological breakthrough in storytelling; Chapter 9 Writing and oral memory: the importance of the 'lecto-oral'; Appendix: Folktales in northern Ghana
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    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , Electronic reproduction; Available via World Wide Web
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0521691052 , 0521870690 , 9780521691055 , 9780521870696
    Language: English
    Pages: x, 342 Seiten , Diagramme
    DDC: 901
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    Keywords: History Philosophy ; Eurocentrism ; Westliche Welt ; Geschichtsschreibung ; Kritizismus ; Kulturvergleich ; Methodologie ; Sozialwissenschaften
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  • 3
    ISBN: 9781139145701
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (200 pages)
    Series Statement: Cambridge Studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology v.112
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    Parallel Title: Print version Priests, Witches and Power : Popular Christianity after Mission in Southern Tanzania
    DDC: 306.609676
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    Keywords: Catholic Church ; Tanzania ; Ulanga District ; History ; 20th century ; Electronic books ; Electronic books ; Electronic books
    Abstract: This book discusses in a historical context how Christianity has been adopted in Southern Tanzania.
    Abstract: Cover -- Half-title -- Series-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Maps -- Preface -- 1 Global Christianity and the structure of power -- The anthropology of Christianity -- Civil society and rural Africa -- Rural power and modes of domination -- 2 Colonial conquest and the consolidation of marginality -- Historical geographies -- Ethnicity and inclusion in Ulanga -- Establishing marginality -- German colonialism and the East Africa company -- Impacts of war -- Indirect rule and the control of nature -- Independence and socialism. The nationalisation of poverty -- Policy continuity in the post-colonial period -- 3 Evangelisation in Ulanga -- Post-colonial continuities -- Conversion and power: the Benedictine conquest -- Capuchin expansion -- Promoting natural increase: the 'matrimonial agency business' -- The economics of mission -- 4 The persistence of mission -- The price of self reliance -- The 'religion of business' -- Legacies of mission -- Priests: businessmen or ritual specialists? -- 'African Europeans': the Africanisation of the clergy -- The post-missionary position -- 5 Popular Christianity -- Formal Christianity -- Giving a name -- Being Christian -- Blessings and powers -- Son, mother and spirits -- Remembering Christ -- Embodying Christianity -- 6 Kinshipand the creation of relationship -- Gender and female autonomy -- The Christian family -- The marriage process -- Descent and the matrilineal opportunity -- Constituting paternity -- Gender and power -- 7 Engendering power -- Gender as process -- Heat and life -- Managing power -- Unyago and the fertility of women -- Maiden of the inside -- The first cucumber seeds -- Bathing the mwali -- Containing female fertility -- 8 Women's work -- The bitterness of mourning -- Houses and women's space -- Burial -- The gradual removal of death -- Gender matters.
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  • 4
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9780511557927
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (vii, 235 pages)
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    DDC: 306/.0941
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    Keywords: Geschichte Anfänge-1970 ; Geschichte 1918-1970 ; Geschichte ; Ethnology / Great Britain / History ; Ethnology / Africa / History ; Sozialanthropologie ; Ethnologie ; Ethnosoziologie ; Kulturanthropologie ; Afrika ; Großbritannien ; Afrika ; Großbritannien ; Großbritannien ; Ethnologie ; Geschichte 1918-1970 ; Afrika ; Ethnosoziologie ; Geschichte 1918-1970 ; Großbritannien ; Kulturanthropologie ; Geschichte Anfänge-1970 ; Großbritannien ; Ethnosoziologie ; Geschichte 1918-1970 ; Großbritannien ; Sozialanthropologie ; Geschichte Anfänge-1970
    Abstract: Jack Goody's book explores the development of the discipline of social anthropology through its key practitioners and how far its concerns interacted with the political and ideological debate of the interwar years. It is a study of the different ideological and intellectual approaches adopted by the emerging subject of social anthropology and how far these views were incorporated into and defined by the structures and institutions in which they developed. However it is also an analysis of how far the subject was created by its own response to key issues of the time: colonialism - specifically Africa, anti-Semitism and communism. Goody's approach is characteristically personal: Malinowski dominates the discussion, as well as Fortes, Radcliffe-Brown and Evans-Pritchard, and his own experience, gathered over a wide-ranging life of fieldwork informs the conclusion of the book
    Description / Table of Contents: The economic and organisational basis of British social anthropology in its formative period, 1930-1939: social reform in the colonies -- Training for the field: the sorcerer's apprentices -- Making it to the field as a Jew and a Red -- Personal and intellectual friendships: Fortes and Evans-Pritchard -- Personal and intellectual animosities: Evans-Pritchard, Malinowski and others -- The Oxford Group -- Some achievements of anthropology in Africa -- Personal contributions -- Concluding remarks -- Appendix I: Changing research schemes -- Appendix 2: Towards the study of the history of social anthropology
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  • 5
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0521289254
    Language: English
    Pages: XII, 308 S. , Karten, Diagramme
    Edition: Repr.
    Series Statement: Studies in literacy, family, culture and the state
    Series Statement: Cambridge paperback library
    DDC: 306.8'5'094
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    Keywords: Family History ; Marriage History ; Kinship History ; Europe. Families++- Anthropological perspectives ; Europe Social life and customs ; Einführung
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  • 6
    ISBN: 9780511598357
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (xi, 310 pages)
    Series Statement: Cambridge studies in social and cultural anthropology 72
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    DDC: 961.2
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    Keywords: Alltag, Brauchtum ; Bedouins / Libya / Cyrenaica ; Beduine ; Cyrenaica (Libya) / Social life and customs ; Libyen ; Cyrenaika ; Erlebnisbericht ; Erlebnisbericht ; Erlebnisbericht ; Erlebnisbericht ; Beduine ; Libyen ; Beduine ; Cyrenaika
    Abstract: Emrys Peters studied the Bedouin of Libya for more than thirty years. The handful of articles published during his lifetime were widely admired and are still essential reading for anthropologists. He left further significant papers unpublished at his death, and the editors have drawn on these for half of this collection, which brings together his major writings on the Bedouin. These seminal essays are not only of ethnographic interest. All Peters' work is informed by a rigorous theoretical intelligence, and his analysis of power in Bedouin society has fascinated many discerning social scientists
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction / Emanuel Marx -- 1. The Sanusi order and the Bedouin -- 2. The Bedouin way of life -- 3. The tied and the free -- 4. Aspects of the feud -- 5. Proliferation of segments -- 6. The power of Shaikhs -- 7. Debt relationships -- 8. Family and marriage -- 9. Bridewealth -- 10. The status of women
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    ISBN: 9780511621703
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (xix, 542 pages)
    Series Statement: Studies in literacy, family, culture, and the state
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    DDC: 392/.5/095
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    Keywords: Alltag, Brauchtum ; Marriage customs and rites / Asia ; Marriage customs and rites / Europe ; Sozialanthropologie ; Brauch ; Hochzeit ; Familie ; Geschichte ; Asien ; Europa ; Asia / Social life and customs ; Europe / Social life and customs ; Asien ; Europa ; Europa ; Hochzeit ; Brauch ; Geschichte ; Asien ; Hochzeit ; Brauch ; Geschichte ; Familie ; Sozialanthropologie
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  • 8
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9780511621598
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (xvii, 213 pages)
    Series Statement: Studies in literacy, family, culture, and the state
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    DDC: 303.4
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    Keywords: Geschichte 1930-1980 ; Geschichte ; Geschichte ; Gesellschaft ; Writing / History ; Writing / Social aspects ; Social evolution ; Civilization, Ancient ; Schriftlichkeit ; Sozialgeschichte ; Schrift ; Gesellschaftsordnung ; Geschichte ; Analphabetismus ; Gesellschaft ; Sozialer Wandel ; Africa, West / Civilization ; Afrika ; Alter Orient ; Westafrika ; Westafrika ; Gesellschaftsordnung ; Schriftlichkeit ; Geschichte 1930-1980 ; Alter Orient ; Gesellschaftsordnung ; Schriftlichkeit ; Geschichte ; Alter Orient ; Gesellschaftsordnung ; Schriftlichkeit ; Geschichte ; Afrika ; Schrift ; Sozialer Wandel ; Alter Orient ; Schrift ; Sozialer Wandel ; Gesellschaft ; Analphabetismus ; Gesellschaft ; Schriftlichkeit ; Schriftlichkeit ; Sozialer Wandel ; Schrift ; Sozialgeschichte
    Abstract: This book assesses the impact of writing on human societies, both in the Ancient Near East and in twentieth-century Africa, and highlights some general features of social systems that have been influenced by this major change in the mode of communication. Such features are central to any attempt at the theoretical definition of human society and such constituent phenomena as religious and legal systems, and in this study Professor Goody explores the role of a specific mechanism, the introduction of writing and the development of a written tradition, in the explanation of some important social differences and similarities. Goody argues that a shift of emphasis from productive to certain communicative processes is essential to account adequately for major changes in human societies. Whilst there have been previous descussions of the effect of literacy upon social organisation, no study has hitherto presented the general synthesis developed here
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9780511607752
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xii, 308 pages) , digital, PDF file(s)
    Series Statement: Past and present publications
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    DDC: 306.8/094
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    Keywords: Kinship History ; Marriage History ; Families History ; Families ; Europe ; History ; Marriage ; Europe ; History ; Kinship ; Europe ; History ; Europe ; Social life and customs ; Europe Social life and customs ; Einführung ; Einführung
    Abstract: Around 300 A.D. European patterns of marriage and kinship were turned on their head. What had previously been the norm - marriage to close kin - became the new taboo. The same applied to adoption, the obligation of a man to marry his brother's widow and a number of other central practices. With these changes Christian Europe broke radically from its own past and established practices which diverged markedly from those of the Middle East, North Africa and Asia. In this highly original and far-reaching work Jack Goody argues that from the fourth century there developed in the northern Mediterranean a distinctive but not undifferentiated kinship system, whose growth can be attributed to the role of the Church in acquiring property formerly held by domestic groups. He suggests that the early Church, faced with the need to provide for people who had left their kin to devote themselves to the life of the Church, regulated the rules of marriage so that wealth could be channelled away from the family and into the Church. Thus the Church became an 'interitor', acquiring vast tracts of property through the alienation of familial rights. At the same time, the structure of domestic life was changed dramatically, the Church placing more emphasis on individual wishes, on conjugality, and on spiritual rather than natural kinship. Tracing the consequences of this change through to the present day, Jack Goody challenges some fundamental assumptions about the making of western society, and provides an alternative focus for future study of the European family, kinship structures and marriage patterns. The questions he raises will provoke much interest and discussion amongst anthropologists, sociologists and historians
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9780511607745
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (viii, 253 pages)
    Series Statement: Themes in the social sciences
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    DDC: 306/.4
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    Keywords: Gesellschaft ; Cooking / Social aspects ; Food habits / Social aspects ; Sozialgeschichte ; Kochen ; Ernährung ; Ernährungsgewohnheit ; Soziologie ; Essgewohnheit ; Essgewohnheit ; Sozialgeschichte ; Ernährung ; Sozialgeschichte ; Kochen ; Sozialgeschichte ; Ernährung ; Soziologie ; Ernährungsgewohnheit
    Abstract: The preparation, serving and eating of food are common features of all human societies, and have been the focus of study for numerous anthropologists - from Sir James Frazer onwards - from a variety of theoretical and empirical perspectives. It is in the context of this previous anthropological work that Jack Goody sets his own observations on cooking in West Africa. He criticises those approaches which overlook the comparative historical dimension of culinary, and other, cultural differences that emerge in class societies, both of which elements he particularly emphasises in this book. The central question that Professor Goody addresses here is why a differentiated 'haute cuisine' has not emerged in Africa, as it has in other parts of the world. His account of cooking in West Africa is followed by a survey of the culinary practices of the major Eurasian societies throughout history - ranging from Ancient Egypt, Imperial Rome and medieval China to early modern Europe - in which he relates the differences in food preparation and consumption emerging in these societies to differences in their socio-economic structures, specifically in modes of production and communication. He concludes with an examination of the world-wide rise of 'industrial food' and its impact on Third World societies, showing that the ability of the latter to resist cultural domination in food, as in other things, is related to the nature of their pre-existing socio-economic structures. The arguments presented here will interest all social scientists and historians concerned with cultural history and social theory
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 052129892X
    Language: English
    Pages: 88 S. , Ill., 2 Kt.
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    Note: Originally published: London : Published for the International African Institute by Oxford University Press, 1971. - Bibliography: p77-84. -Includes index
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9780511621604
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (xiii, 157 pages)
    Series Statement: Cambridge studies in social and cultural anthropology 17
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    DDC: 301.4
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    Keywords: Geschichte ; Landwirtschaft ; Social structure ; Division of labor ; Agriculture / History ; Sozialanthropologie ; Kulturanthropologie ; Kulturanthropologie ; Sozialanthropologie
    Abstract: This book is an attempt to see the development of domestic institutions, the family, marriage, conjugal roles, in relation to changes in the mode of productive activity, and specifically with the change from hoe to plough agriculture. These differences are related to societies in Africa on the one hand, and in Asia and Europe on the other. The author tries to do this in two ways. He compares information derived from a range of human societies, historical as well as contemporary, employing the impressionistic techniques of the social scientist and comparative historian. But in addition, he has tried to make systematic use of material on a range of world societies, coded in the Ethnographic Atlas. In the main chapters of the book, the author examines general features of the network of traditional social roles found in these two continental areas of the Old World. He discusses the reasons why Europe and Asia should stress marriage within the social group, monogamous unions as well as the roles of concubine, step-parent, spinster and adopted child, whereas in Africa, the emphasis is on marriage outside the group, polygyny and co-wives. Similar differences emerge in a range of other features, including the division of labour by sex. Behind all these lie differences in the systems of agriculture and the nature of the social hierarchies which they support. Professor Goody is firmly committed to the idea that the social sciences have no alternative but to be comparative and explicitly historical if they are to contribute to the serious causal analysis of fundamental features of social organisation and development. His broad and ambitious book will appeal to anyone with a professional interest in social sciences - historians, anthropologists, sociologists, geographers and economists
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    Book
    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0-521-21294-4 , 978-0-521-21294-6 , 0-521-29088-0 , 978-0-521-29088-3
    ISSN: 0068-6794
    Language: English
    Pages: xiii, 157 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: Cambridge Studies in Social Anthropology 17
    Keywords: Afrika Eurasien ; Ländliches Gebiet ; Familie ; Arbeit ; Ehe ; Sexualität ; Heirat ; Sozialer Status ; Beziehungen Mann-Frau ; Sozio-ökonomischer Aspekt ; Eherecht ; Sozialer Wandel ; Kulturvergleich
    Abstract: This book is an attempt to see the development of domestic institutions, the family, marriage, conjugal roles, in relation to changes in the mode of productive activity, and specifically with the change from hoe to plough agriculture. These differences are related to societies in Africa on the one hand, and in Asia and Europe on the other. The author tries to do this in two ways. He compares information derived from a range of human societies, historical as well as contemporary, employing the impressionistic techniques of the social scientist and comparative historian. But in addition, he has tried to make systematic use of material on a range of world societies, coded in the Ethnographic Atlas. In the main chapters of the book, the author examines general features of the network of traditional social roles found in these two continental areas of the Old World. He discusses the reasons why Europe and Asia should stress marriage within the social group, monogamous unions as well as the roles of concubine, step-parent, spinster and adopted child, whereas in Africa, the emphasis is on marriage outside the group, polygyny and co-wives. Similar differences emerge in a range of other features, including the division of labour by sex. Behind all these lie differences in the systems of agriculture and the nature of the social hierarchies which they support. Professor Goody is firmly committed to the idea that the social sciences have no alternative but to be comparative and explicitly historical if they are to contribute to the serious causal analysis of fundamental features of social organisation and development. His broad and ambitious book will appeal to anyone with a professional interest in social sciences - historians, anthropologists, sociologists, geographers and economists.
    Description / Table of Contents: Preface -- Acknowledgements -- 1. The evolution of the domestic economy: the hoe and the plough -- 2. The theory, the variables and a test -- 3. Making causal inferences -- 4. Farming, labour and sex -- 5. Concubines and co-wives: the structure of roles in Africa and Eurasia -- 6. Adoption in cross-cultural perspective -- 7. Strategies of heirship -- 8. Class and marriage -- 9. Retrospect -- Appendices -- Notes -- References -- Index
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9780511621697
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (xii, 251 pages)
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    DDC: 301.42/1
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    Keywords: Fortes, Meyer ; Kinship ; Families ; Marriage ; Sozialanthropologie ; Verwandtschaft ; Blutsverwandtschaft ; Verwandtschaft ; Blutsverwandtschaft ; Sozialanthropologie
    Abstract: A collection of specially commissioned essays dealing with general aspects of kinship, family and marriage from an anthropological point of view, that is, considering the total range of human societies. In his editorial introduction, Jack Goody explains that his aim has been to provide 'essays dealing with general themes rather than ethnographic conundrums or descriptive minutiae' in the hope of achieving 're-consideration of some central problem areas including those examined by an earlier generation of anthropologists and still raised by scholars outside the discipline itself'. Individual essays cover problems such as the nature of kinship and the family; why monogamy?; intermarriage and the creation of castes. The contributors include R. G. Abrahams, J. A. Barnes, Fredrik Barth, Maurice Bloch, Derek Freeman, Jack Goody, Grace Harris, Jean La Fontaine, Edmund Leach, Julian Pitt-Rivers, Raymond T. Smith, Andrew Strathern and S. J. Tambiah
    Description / Table of Contents: Barth, F. Descent and marriage reconsidered.--Strathern, A. Kinship, descent and locality: some New Guinea examples.--La Fontaine, J. Descent in New Guinea: an Africanist view.--Leach, E. Complementary filiation and bilateral kinship.--Barnes, J.A. Genetrix: genitor:: nature: culture?--Bloch, M. The long term and the short term: the economic and political significance of the morality of kinship.--Pitt-Rivers, J. The kith and the kin.--Freeman, D. Kinship, attachment behaviour and the primary bond.--Smith, R.T. The matrifocal family.--Harris, G. Furies, witches and mothers.--Abrahams, R.G. Some aspects of levirate.--Goody, J. Polygyny, economy and the role of women.--Tambiah, S.J. From varna to caste through mixed unions.--Barnes, J.A. Bibliography of the writings of Meyer Fortes (p. 231-235)
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    Language: English
    Pages: VII, 145 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Edition: Reprinted
    Series Statement: Cambridge Papers in Social Anthropology 1
    Keywords: Borneo Iban ; LoDagaba ; Fulani ; Trobriand Insel ; Familie ; Verwandtschaft ; Verwandtschaftsstruktur
    Description / Table of Contents: Contributors to this issue -- Preface -- Introduction by Meyer Fortes -- The family system of the Iban of Borneo, by J. D. Freeman -- The fission of domestic groups among the LoDagaba, by Jack Goody -- Household viability among the pastoral Fulani, by Derrick J. Stenning -- Concerning Trobriand clans and the kinship category tabu, by E. R. Leach
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