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by Janet Carsten,Stephen Hugh-Jones

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0521474213
Author:
Janet Carsten,Stephen Hugh-Jones
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Social Sciences
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English
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Cambridge University Press (May 26, 1995)
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ISBN-13: 978-0521479530. For both the teacher and the scholar, this book is worth the reading. Peter Gose, University of Regina. Exploring interrelationships, this collection analyzes "house" systems in Southeast Asia and South America.

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Janet Carsten Stephen Hugh-Jones4 de mayo de 1995. The domestic unit is inseparable from its homestead, and the 'house', at once a physical place and a social unit, is often also a unit of production and consumption, a cult group, and even a political faction

Janet Carsten Stephen Hugh-Jones4 de mayo de 1995. The domestic unit is inseparable from its homestead, and the 'house', at once a physical place and a social unit, is often also a unit of production and consumption, a cult group, and even a political faction.

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the substance of kinship and the heat of the hearth: feeding, personhood, and relatedness among Malays in Pulau Langkawi. American Ethnologist, Vol. 22, Issue. Peter Gose - University of Regina. Book summary views reflect the number of visits to the book and chapter landing pages.

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Introduction Janet Carsten and Stephen Hugh-Jones 2. Houses and hierarchies in island Southeast Asia Roxana Waterson 3. The resurrection of the house amongst the Zafimaniry of Madagascar Maurice. The resurrection of the house amongst the Zafimaniry of Madagascar Mauric. More). 4. View via Publisher. Self-reports of short- and long-term effects of bullying on children who stammer.

Professor of Social and Cultural Anthropology Janet Carsten; Dr Stephen Hugh-Jones. Exploring interrelationships, this collection analyzes house systems in Southeast Asia and South America. Cambridge University Press.

CARSTEN, Janet e HUGH-JONES, Ste . Lévi-Strauss's house society model, which has recently gained currency in Mesoamerica and elsewhere (Carsten and Hugh-Jones 1995; Chance 2000; Gillespie 2000a; Joyce and Gillespie 2000), addresses Bourdieu's criticims very well.

CARSTEN, Janet e HUGH-JONES, Ste-. About the House: Lévi-Strauss and Beyond. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. A house is a corporate body with " a spiritual and material heritage, comprising dignity, origins, kinship, names and symbols, wealth and power " (Lévi-Strauss 1987:174). HOUSE RULES?: The practice of social organization in Classic-period Chunchucmil, Yucatan, Mexico.

The domestic unit is inseparable from its homestead, and the "house," at once a physical place and a social unit, is often also a unit of production and consumption, a cult group, and even a political faction. Inspired by Lévi-Strauss' suggestion that the multi-functional noble houses of Medieval Europe were simply the best-known examples of a widespread social institution, the contributors to this collection analyze "house" systems in Southeast Asia and South America, exploring the interrelationships among buildings, people, and ideas. They reveal some of the ways in which houses can stand for social groups and serve as images of process and order.
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Starting from the intuition of Levi-Strauss that suggested the existence of a particular form of social organization centered on the house, editors have collected a series of papers that examine the house from different perspectives: semiotic, ritual and social.
Many of these studies allow the archeologists to perceive a vivid impression of what could not be observed of the past cultures.