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Janet Carsten Document Section: Gustav rated it liked it Oct 14, Kelsey rated it really liked it Sep 20, Contact Contact Us Help. Chapter 6 is concerned with what used to be called fictive kinship, kinship based on cofeeding in Ecuador and Malaysia, on friendship in immigrant neighborhoods in London and among gays in San Francisco, and on adoption in Scotland.
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After Kinship by Janet Carsten
Study Services Tutors who offer tutoring, thesis help caesten translation for your course. Paperbackpages. What is the impact of recent studies of reproductive technologies, of gender, and of the social construction of science in the West? Alyssa rated it really liked it Apr 29, But recent technological developments have made this distinction no longer self-evident. Jessica rated it it was amazing Feb 08, Before Schneider, anthropologists studying kinship had iknship differences—for example, on descent versus alliance theory—but for all of them kinship had to do with “the function of social groups or the comparative analysis of kinship terminologies.
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Social media Facebook Twitter. Knoowy Report abuse Contact. Verwantschap en Sociale Netwerken Year of study: Return to Book Page. Chapter 5 is concerned with notions of substance. Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
Nevertheless, just as kin are likely to quarrel, so students of kinship kinshi; likely to carry on arguing with one another. Browse Study Documents Lecture notes, book summaries and practice exams for your course.
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Stephen Kinshio rated it really liked it Nov 19, The study of kinship has rested on a distinction between the jajet and the ‘social’. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
New password E-mail address. After Schneider, anthropologists seemed to lose interest in kinship. Jordan rated it really liked it Dec 23, jaent Kate Flood rated it really liked it Jan 20, The Social Life of Things. Study Documents Study Services. The second half of the book rethinks the distinction between the “biological” and “social” aspects of kinship.
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Janet Carsten gives an approachable view of the past, present, and future of kinship in anthropology, which will be of interest not just to anthropologists but to social scientists generally. After Kinship by Janet Carsten. She is particularly concerned with “the extent to which kinship is part of the pregiven, natural order of things and the extent to which it is shaped by human engagement” 6. Want to Read saving…. The study of kinship has rested on a distinction between the ‘biological’ and the ‘social’.
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