The Cambridge handbook of kinship

Auteur(s) : Bamford, Sandra (Éd.)Description matérielle : x-740 p. : illustrations et photo en noir et blanc, tableaux ; 26 cm. Collection: Cambridge handbooks in anthropology. Publication : Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2019.Cote : G.5293Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitres. Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Parenté
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Introduction: conceiving kinship in the Twenty-First Century / Bamford, Sandra --

The seeds of kinship theory / Delaney, Carol --

Descent in retrospect and prospect / Feeley-Harnik, Gillian --

The alliance theory of kinship in South Indian ethnography / Clark-Decès, Isabelle --

The anthropology of biology: a lesson from the new kinship studies / Franklin, Sarah --

The stuff of kinship / Carsten, Janet --

Embodied relationality beyond "nature" vs "nurture": materializing absent kinships in Japanese child welfare / Goldfarb, Kathryn E. --

Kinship in the Andes / Weismantel, Mary et Wilhoit, Mary Elena --

Kinship and place: the existential and moral process of landscape formation on the Rai coast of Papua New Guinea / Leach, James --

Adoption / Gailey, Christine Ward --

"Natural" achievements: how lesbian and gay families in North America make claims to kinship / Lewin, Ellen --

Kinship knowledge and the state: the case of Argentina's adult "living disappeared" / Vaisman, Noa --

Kinship, affliction, proximity, and unfinished Healing in India / Pinto, Sarah --

Reproductive remix: law, kinship, and origin stories / Hartouni, Valerie --

Selecting for sons: kinship as a product of desire / Gammeltoft, Tine M. --

Maids, mistresses, and wives: rethinking kinship and the domestic sphere in Twenty-First Century global Hong Kong / Constable, Nicole --

Transnational adoption / Leinaweaver, Jessaca --

Kinship in transnational encounters: Filipino migrants as "ideal brides" in rural Japan / Faier, Lieba --

Un/making family: relatedness, migration, and displacement in a global age / Boehm, Deborah A. --

My folder is not a person: kinship knowledge, biopolitics, and the adoption file / Kim, Eleana --

Surrogate motherhood and transforming families / Dolgin, Janet --

Kinship and assisted reproductive technologies: a Middle Eastern comparison / Inhorn, Marcia C. ; Birenbaum-Carmeli, Daphna ; Tremayne, Soraya et Gürtin, Zeynep B. --

A comparison of kinship understandings among Israeli and US surrogates / Teman, Elly et Berend, Zsuzsa --

Self, personhood, and belonging: the role of technology in childhood disability / Landsman, Gail --

Paid and unpaid labor: pregnancy and surrogacy in anthropological studies of reproduction / Ivry, Tsipy et Teman, Elly --

Reading the contested forms of nation through the contested forms of kinship and marriage / McKinnon, Susan --

The prison as a technology of care in Northeast Brazil / Moore, Hollis --

The interface between kinship and politics in three different social settings / Howell, Signe --

A global family: kinship, nations, and transnational organizations in Botswana's time of AIDS / Reece, Koreen M. --

Kinship, world religions, and the nation-state / Cannell, Fenella.

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