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Living kinship in the Pacific

Auteur(s) : Toren, Christina (Éd.)
Pauwels, Simonne (Éd.)
Description matérielle : viii-266 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Collection : Pacific perspectives ; n° 4 Publication : New York : Berghahn, 2015.Cote : O.99Note : Réf. Dissém. ; Index.  Thématique : Ethnologie | Parenté Géographique : Océanie
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Introduction. Kinship in the Pacific as knowledge that counts / Toren, Christina and Pauwels, Simonne --

The mutual implication of kinship and chiefship in Fiji / Nabobo-Baba, Unaisi --

Pigs for money. Kinship and the monetization of exchange among the Truku / Lin, Ching-Hsiu --

Fijian kinship. Exchange and migration / Hulkenberg, Jara --

Gendered sides and ritual moieties. Tokelau kinship as social practice / Hoëm, Ingjerd --

Tongan kinship terminology and social stratification / Völkel, Svenja --

"I suffered when my sister gave birth". Transformations of the brother-sister bond among the Ankave-Anga of Papua New Guinea / Bonnemère, Pascale --

The Vasu position and the sister's Mana. The case of Lau, Fiji / Pauwels, Simonne --

"Sister or wife, you've got to choose". A solution to the puzzle of village exogamy in Samoa / Tcherkézoff, Serge --

The sister's return. The brother-sister relationship, the Tongan Fahu and the unfolding of kinship in Polynesia / Douaire-Marsaudon, Françoise --

How would we have got here if our paternal grandmother had not existed? Relations of locality, blood, life and name in Nasau, Fiji / Cayrol, Françoise --

How ritual articulates kinship / Toren, Christina --

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