Kinship systems : change and reconstruction

Auteur(s) : McConvell, Patrick (Éd.)
Keen, Ian (Éd.)
Hendery, Rachel (Éd.)
Description matérielle : X-265 p. : cartes, schémas, tableaux ; 29 cm.Publication : Salt Lake City : The university of Utah press, 2013.Cote : G.5334Note : Bibliographies en fin de chapitres. Index.
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Introduction: kinship change in anthropology and linguistics / McConvell, Patrick --

Kinship terms: typology and history / Kronenfeld, David B. --

Comparative phylogenetic methods and the study of pattern and process in kinship / Jordan, Fiona M. --

Reconstructing the Proto-Polynesian terminology: kinship terminologies as evolving logical structures / Read, Dwight --

On husband-borrowing: the linguistic reconstruction of ancient Yukatekan marriage practices / Danziger, Eve --

Kin terminologies as linguistic imprints of regional processes: the socioecological contexts of close versus distant marriage patterns in indigenous Amazonia / Hornborg, Alf --

The evolution of Yolngu and Ngarinyin kinship terminologies: models of cumulative transformations / Keen, Ian --

The reconstruction of kinship terminology in the Arandic languages of Australia / Koch, Harold --

Desertification of an Arandic dialect / Alpher, Barry --

Proto-Pama-Nyungan kinship and the Austkin project: reconstructing proto-terms for "mother's father" and their transformations / McConvell, Patrick --

"Mama" and "Papa" in indigenous Australia / Hendery, Rachel and McConvell, Patrick --

Warumungu kinship over time / Simpson, Jane.

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