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French kinship; structure and history.

Pierre Maranda

French kinship; structure and history.

by Pierre Maranda

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Published by Mouton in The Hague .
Written in English

    Places:
  • France,
  • France.
    • Subjects:
    • Kinship -- France.,
    • France -- Social life and customs.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [140]-148.

      SeriesJanua linguarum. Series practica,, 169
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN480 .M28
      The Physical Object
      Pagination160 p.
      Number of Pages160
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5305431M
      LC Control Number72088199

      kinship, relationship by blood (consanguinity) or marriage (affinity) between persons; also, in anthropology and sociology, a system of rules, based on such relationships, governing descent, inheritance, marriage, extramarital sexual relations, and sometimes societies recognize consanguineal and affinal ties between individuals, but there is great divergence in the manner of. overall structure of relationships involved in Le Play’s typology and observes that both the stem-family and the unstable family area in the Southern Europe are marked by a small, close-knit network of strong ties, with kinship predominance. Vice versa, the social support hinges upon aCited by:

      AP World History: Family and Kinship Study concepts, example questions & explanations for AP World History ACT Tutors Algebra Tutors Biology Tutors Calculus Tutors Chemistry Tutors French Tutors College Scholarship Admissions Blog Test Prep Books. Web English Teacher Early America Hotmath Aplusmath. Jobs Tutoring Jobs Careers. Structural anthropology is a school of anthropology based on Claude Lévi-Strauss' idea that immutable deep structures exist in all cultures, and consequently, that all cultural practices have homologous counterparts in other cultures, essentially that all cultures are equitable.. Lévi-Strauss' approach arose in large part from dialectics expounded on by Marx and Hegel, though dialectics (as.

        Learn more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander kinship structures. Français interactif, used increasingly by students, teachers, and institutions throughout the world, includes videos (American students in France, native French interviews, vocabulary and culture presentation videos) recorded vocabulary lists, phonetic lessons, online grammar lessons ( pages) with self-correcting exercises and audio /5(18).


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French kinship; structure and history. The Hague, Mouton, (OCoLC) Material Type. "In The Law of Kinship, Camille Robcis brings intellectual history to bear on a central political question in France: how academic discourses on kinship overlap with political discourses on the explains how and why several crucial French political debates of the last thirty years have become so bitter yet are so often incomprehensible to foreign by: BibTeX @MISC{Maranda74frenchkinship, author = {Pierre Maranda}, title = { French Kinship -- Structure and History}, year = {}}.

The Law of Kinship. Book Description: In France as elsewhere in recent years, legislative debates over single-parent households, same-sex unions, new reproductive technologies, transsexuality, and other challenges to long-held assumptions about the structure of family and kinship relations.

In this highly original book, Camille Robcis seeks to explain why and how academic discourses on kinship have intersected and overlapped with political debates on the family-and on the nature of French republicanism by: French Canadians - Kinship, Marriage and Family Kinship. French Canadians reckon descent bilaterally.

Kinship terminology distinguishes the paternal from the maternal line by adding the term paternel and maternel to terms like uncle, aunt, or cousin. First, second, and third cousins are recognized.

Kinship can refer both to the patterns of social relationships themselves, or it can refer to the study of the patterns of social relationships in one or more human cultures (i.e.

kinship studies). Over its history, anthropology has developed a number of related concepts and terms in the study of kinship, such as descent, descent group, lineage. Structuralism, in cultural anthropology, the school of thought developed by the French anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss, in which cultures, viewed as systems, are analyzed in terms of the structural relations among their elements.

According to Lévi-Strauss’s theories, universal patterns in. Aboriginal kinship ties, values, beliefs, identity and language are maintained by the family. The continuance of Aboriginal society is dependent on keeping Aboriginal families strong and healthy both physically and culturally.

p Source: Extracts taken from: Family and Kinship by. A comprehensive treatise - perhaps the first such - on Kinship, from the structuralist or "exogamus exchange & alliance" perspective - by Claude Levi-Strauss. Englsih translation by James Bell Harle under the supervision of Rodney Needham.

French Translation of “kinship” | The official Collins English-French Dictionary online. OverFrench translations of English words and phrases. Kinship and the Social Order book. The Legacy of Lewis Henry Morgan.

Kinship and the Social Order. under the rubric of kinship and social organization belong simultaneously to two complementary domains of social structure, the familial and the political. Meyer Fortes' contribution to the field of anthropology can best be understood in the Cited by:   Consanguineal: This kinship is based on blood—or birth: the relationship between parents and children as well as siblings, says the Sociology Group.

This is the most basic and universal type of kinship. Also known as a primary kinship, it involves people who are directly related. Affinal: This kinship is based on marriage. The relationship Written: Professor Levi-Strauss's first major work, Les Structures elementaires de la Parente, has acquired a classic reputation since its original publication in ; and it has become the constant focus of academic debate about central theoretical concerns in social is, however, a long and difficult book for many students to read in French, and its arguments hav/5.

At one time Francis L.K. Hsu put forth a hypothesis on kinship that proposed a functional relationship between particular kinship systems and behavior patterns in particular cultural contexts. The controversy provoked among cultural anthropologists by this hypothesis is reflected in this book, which points the way toward more fruitful Cited by: Books shelved as kinship: A Society Without Fathers or Husbands: The Na of China by Cai Hua, Vital Relations: Modernity and the Persistent Life of Kinshi.

Homo aequalis. Criticism of Dumont. Background. Louis Dumont, the French sociologist, is regarded as an Indo logist. Grandson of a painter and son of an engineer, Dumont combined his way of looking at the world with the qualities of both vocations, namely, creative imagination and an abiding interest in the concrete.

Robert Parkin trained at the University of Oxford, where he took his doctorate for a thesis on kinship in tribal India, which was later published by Oxford University Press as The Munda of Central has written extensively on kinship, both theoretically and ethnographically.

He is the author of a study of the life and work of the early French sociologist of religion, Robert Hertz, The Cited by: "A valuable contribution not only to the history of religion, but also to Algonquian ethno-history, and the history of New France.

Its interdisciplinary value is afforded by another of the book’s chief strengths: the bringing of a history of religions perspective to historical and ethno-historical scholarship on the early decades of colonialism in New France."—.

Robcis is the author of The Law of Kinship: Anthropology, Psychoanalysis, and the Family in France which was published by Cornell University Press and which won the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians Book Prize.

It examines how and why French judges and legislators turned to structuralism – and more specifically, to some of the.A Concise History of France, Reed-Danahay, Deborah. Education and Identity in Rural France: The Politics of Schooling, Rogers, Susan Carol.

Shaping Modern Times in Rural France: The Transformation and Reproduction of an Averyronnais Community, Segalen, Martine. Historical Anthropology of the Family. Translated by J. C. Thank you, Kambiz, for letting me introduce my new book to the community. The story behind The Genius of Kinship is an interesting one.

Inthen a student of history at the St. Petersburg State University, I wrote a course paper on the traditional social organization of the Shoshone Indians as could be gleaned from ethnographies and trappers’ accounts.