Kinship and Social Organization
Bloomsbury Academic, 1 feb 1968 - 208 pagine
WHR Rivers has been called 'the founder of the modern study of social organization'. This volume reprints three of his lectures, delivered in 1913 and first published in 1914, which provide an exposition of his theoretical approach, and are exemplary of his handling of ethnographic evidence.
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Reciprocal Crosscousin Marriage
Raga Kin Terms according to Rivers
Diagrams in Kinship and Social Organization
applied Banks Islands brother and sister called causation clan classed classiﬁ classiﬁcatory system classiﬁcatory terms common nomenclature conﬁdence cousin marriage cross-cousin marriage culture daughter’s daughter deﬁnite descriptive elder evidence exogamous father-in-law father’s father father’s sister father’s sister’s husband ﬁeld Fijian ﬁnd ﬁrst form of marriage forms of social genealogical method granddaughter Guadalcanal inﬂuence kin terms Kinship and Social kinship terminology kinship terms lectures Malinowski man’s marriage rules marry McLennan means Melanesian mode of denoting moiety mother’s brother mother’s brother’s wife pedigrees Pentecost person polyandry possible Professor Kroeber psychological similarity Raymond Firth recorded regulation of marriage relation relatives result Rivers Rivers’s scientiﬁc ship signiﬁcance Social Anthropology social conditions social group social institution social organization Society sociology son’s wife speciﬁc system of relationship tabu terminological patterns terminology of relationship terms of relationship Tikopia tion Torres Straits Trobriand W. H. R. Rivers wife’s father wife’s sister