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Compte rendu de Living Kinship in the Pacific, de Cristina Toren & Simonne Pauwels (eds)
Dans ce recueil d’articles, la plupart des communications concernent la Polynésie Occidentale (Tonga, Samoa, Tokelau) et cinq sont spécifiquement dédiées à Fidji. Des points de comparaison constructifs sont néanmoins apportés par deux articles, consacrés respectivement aux Ankave de Papouasie Nouvel...
The weakening of paternal function in the migration process
We propose a skimming over the modification of kinship authority in this last century. We shall approach then the analyse of migration process effects on the immigrant family and especially on fatherhood image and children parentification. Finally we shall approach clinical paths as for specific wor...
Corak Kerukunan Umat Kristen dan Umat Islam di Kelurahan Naikolan
Naikolan is name of one village in the city of Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara region. In the area stood a mosque and a tomb where Muslims are located side by side with people of non-Muslim graves. Places of worship and the tomb became a symbol of harmony between faiths, because both places are giving re...
A cosmos connected “au pair à pair”
The intimate kinship basis of minuscule hunter-gatherer communities extends to non-humans, who are often regarded as kin of sorts rather than as different sorts of persons. This paper addresses the limits of approaching the worlds of hunter-gatherers starting from the binary terms « egalitarian » an...
Between mothers, daughters and sisters: Symbolic relationship — stepping stone for solidarity networks
This article traces the relationship between the Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa and african religious they trained in Upper Volta from colonial times to the post-colonial era. This relationship uses the ideology of kinship to create, strengthen or weaken social solidarity, define mutual ri...
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On monsters and other matters of housekeeping. Reading Jeff VanderMeer with Donna Haraway and Ursula K. Le Guin
Adolescent time: Adolescence and the formation of Chicano literature
This dissertation examines the function of adolescence in the formation of Chicano literature. Theories of assimilation and concerns over Mexican-American cultural inauthenticity animate much of Chicano literature and its criticism, yet my research aims to focus on the liminal space during which Mex...
Memory trajectory between continuities and breaks: the example of the Greek community in Marseille in the 19th century
This historical perspective discusses the settlement of Greeks in Marseille, France, from the late-eighteenth century to the first decade of the 1900s. During this period, the sociological bonds between the different Greeks suggest a nuclear and an individual-based colony. The wave of new-comers fro...
Generational Tensions and Solidarity Within Advanced Welfare States (Edition 1)
This book explores generation as both a reference to family or kinship structures, and a reference to cohorts or age sets. The principal objective is branching out this two-part concept through studies of tensions and solidarity within and between generations of advanced and robust welfare states. A...
Identity stories (genetic)
This note takes a historical perspective on the concept of genetic identity states between four alleles of two individuals. Several definitions of these states were proposed between 1940 and 1970, and states were diversely merged according to the authors. The historical analysis of the publications...
Marriage and Wife Welfare in West Africa
In West Africa, marriage is a major social institution. In Senegal, for example, in 2006, nearly 90% of women over 25 years of age were once married. It represents also a major disruption the daily life, especially for the bride, who in most cases leaves the household in which she grew up. Another i...
Analysing and exemplifying forensic conclusion criteria in terms of Bayesian decision theory
There is ongoing discussion in forensic science and the law about the nature of the conclusions reached based on scientific evidence, and on how such conclusions - and conclusion criteria - may be justified by rational argument. Examples, among others, are encountered in fields such as fingermarks (...
Comparison of educational ecosystems in two groups of Amerindians: Wayãpi and Wayana
Legal Discourse on Manpower During COVID-19 Outbreak
Covid-19 has become a global epidemic all around the world. All countries around the world have been completely struggled by this outbreak, including Indonesia. Economy crisis is something that could not be avoided. Naturally, workers, and entrepreneurs will be either directly or indirectly affected...
T.M. Charles-Edwards. Early Irish and Welsh Kinship. Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1993
Lambert Pierre-Yves. T.M. Charles-Edwards. Early Irish and Welsh Kinship. Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1993. In: Etudes Celtiques, vol. 31, 1995. pp. 282-286.
The streets of hunger in Ecuador: a study on recent Venezuelan migration
Este artigo apresenta os resultados de uma pesquisa qualitativa sobre os processos de inserção no mercado de trabalho da população migrante venezuelana em Quito, Equador, em 2018. Para descrever e compreender esse fenômeno, parte-se de sua multidimensionalidade e das imbricações entre: mercado de tr...
Local capitalism and neoliberalization in a Shenzhen former lineage-village
This article examines the process of neoliberalization in the Shenzhen special economic zone in Guangdong province, China. Building on the case study of a former peasant and almost single-lineage village that has become a part of Shenzhen city, I show how neoliberal principles aimed at advancing the...
Consuming children and making mothers: birthday parties, gifts and the pursuit of sameness
Children's birthday parties, and related consumption, form an integral part of the social process of mothering in contemporary consumer culture. From the choosing of the 'right' present to the arrangement of the 'appropriate' party theme, an enormous pressure is exerted upon mothers to maintain soci...
Kinship and relatedness in urban Papua New Guinea
Early anthropological literature on urban Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea) highlights the importance of urban-rural kin connections and the village flows into town and vice versa. While this is still important, this article focuses on contemporary kinship and relatedness in an urban settlement in Por...
The Politics of Lineage: Caste, Kinship and Land Control in an Agrarian Frontier
This paper traces the shifting loci of community in rural Haryana (“the Delhi frontier”) in the early nineteenth century, focusing particularly upon caste and kinship. It suggests that categories later identified by bureaucrats and scholars as “caste” and “tribe” in this region were in fact simply b...
Dossier No 4: Ethnography of practices and institutions in the post-modern era
This Dossier, entitled, "ethnography of practices and institutions in the posmodern epoch", is composed of four studies exploring processes of change in practices and institutions previously well defined and demarcated with qualifications like "modern" and "tradicional" but, now, embodied as hybrid...
Health and disease in Guarani villages: dealing with emotions
Este artigo toma por base a etnografia contemporânea sobre grupos Guarani e propõe uma abordagem das relações de parentesco e das emoções nos termos de constantes e complexas negociações intersubjetivas voltadas à produção de saúde e do estado referido como “estar alegre” (-vy’ a). A ética do cuidad...
Sign - TEXT - INFORMATION (INFORMATION, kinship, interdependence)
Розглядаються знак - текст - інформація як явище однієї природи у їх взаємозв’язку і та взаємообумовленості. Інформація має знакову природу. Процеси, пов’язані с передачею, переробкою і зберіганням інформації протікають з використанням знаків та знакових систем, тобто є семіотичними. Семіотика поста...
Regulation and un-regulation of LGBT reproductive and parenting rights in Italy and Belgium
The “first name of family” in England. An ethnographic example
`titrebZusammenfassung`/titrebJosiane Massard-Vincent untersucht die englische Gewohnheit vor allem den männlichen Kindern einen „Familienvornamen“ zu geben und betrachtet den Zusammenhang zwischen dieser Gewohnheit und der aktuellen Vorstellung vom Elternsein sowie von der symbolischen Bedeutung de...