The anthropology of marriage in lowland South America : bending and breaking the rules

Auteur(s) : Valentine, Paul (Éd.)
Beckerman, Stephen (Éd.)
Alès, Catherine. (Éd.)
Description matérielle : 307 p. : schémas, tableaux ; 24 cm.Publication : Gainesville : University press of Florida, 2017.Cote : S.233Note : Bibliographie p. 271-289. Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Parenté | Mariage Géographique : Amérique du Sud
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Introduction / Valentine, Paul and Beckerman, Stephen --

Marriage Matsigenka style: some critical reflections on theories of marriage practices / Rosengren, Dan --

Marriages, norms and structures: the dilemma of finding a wife among the Piaroa of the Sipapo / Mansutti Rodríguez, Alexander --

To be seen or not to be seen! Marriage choices among Ese Eja of the Bolivian and Peruvian Amazon / Peluso, Daniela --

Why did they marry? A very short tale of a lasting Wayù (Guajiro) marriage / Picon, François-René --

Beyond the norms: marriage and incest among the Ye'kwana / Silva Monterrey, Nalúa Rosa --

Why do the Ye’kwana commit incest so frequently? A discussion of Silva's "Beyond norms" / Valentine, Paul --

Why do women run away? Matrimonial strategies among the Yanomami / Alès, Catherine --

"Poor me, I have no cousin": the pragmatics of marital choice in the Northwest Amazon / Chernela, Janet --

Why was there a transition from an elementary kinship structure to a complex one? A short ethnography of an Amazonian village / Valentine, Paul and Sims, Lionel D. --

Changes in Canela marriage over 70 years: from authorizing to stealing / Crocker, William H. --

Waorani marriage / Erickson, Pamela I. ; Beckerman, Stephen ; Yost, James and Diaz, Rosemary

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