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Friendship, descent and alliance in Africa : anthropological perspectives

Auteur(s) : Guichard, Martine (Éd.)
Grätz, Tilo (Éd.)
Diallo, Youssouf (Éd.)
Description matérielle : vi-211 p. ; 24 cm. Collection : Integration and conflict studies ; n° 10 Publication : New York : Berghahn books, 2014.Cote : F.624Note : Bibliogr. p. [180]-199. Index.  Thématique : Ethnologie | Parenté | AmitiéThématique spécifique : Alliance | Descendance Géographique : Afrique
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Foreword / Schlee, Günther --

Introduction / Guichard, Martine --

Where are other people’s friends hiding? Reflections on anthropological studies of friendship / Guichard, Martine --

Comradeship and the transformation of alliance theory among the Maasai: shifting the focus from descent to peer-group loyalty / Spencer, Paul --

Friendship networks in Southwestern Ethiopia / Tadesse, Wolde Gossa and Guichard, Martine --

Friendship and spiritual parenthood among the Moose and the Fulbe in Burkina Faso / Breusers, Mark --

Labour migration and moral dimensions of interethnic friendships: the case of young gold miners in Benin (West Africa) /
Grätz, Tilo --

Friendship and kinship among merchants and veterans in Mali / Warms, Richard L. --

‘Down-to-Earth’: friendship and a national elite circle in Botswana / Werbner, Richard --

Negotiating friendship and kinship in a context of violence: the case of the Tuareg during the upheaval in Mali from 1990 to 1996 / Klute, Georg --

Afterword: friendship in a world of force and power / Reyna, Stephen P.









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