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Kinship system and social structure of the Bororo of Pobojari

Zarko David Levak

Kinship system and social structure of the Bororo of Pobojari

by Zarko David Levak

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Published by University Microfilms in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bororo Indians.,
  • Indians of South America -- Brazil -- Social life and customs.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesUniversity Microfilms Publications -- 73-29,618., HRAF -- 4.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2, 5, 224 l.
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16819287M

    Their kinship system can be described in terms of Iroquois classificatory pattern. To quote anthropologist Napoleon Chagnon, “In a word, everyone in Yanomamo society is called by some kinship term that can be translated into what we would call blood relatives.” The Yanomami are known as hunters, fishers, and horticulturists. This book is about personal names, something of abiding interest to specialists and lay readers alike. Over a million people have checked the American Name Society website since , for instance. Many philosophers and linguists suggest that names are 'just' labels, but parents internationally are determined to get their children's names 'right'.

    Dialectical Societies, the outgrowth of extended anthropological research organized by David Maybury-Lewis, at long last demystifies Gê social structure while modifying and reinterpreting some of the traditional ideas held about kinship, affiliation, and descent. Zuidema rejects the notions that kinship principles are unimportant to the major fea- tures of Inca social structure, and that the Inca differ markedly in this respect from other South American groups. He was in fact much inspired in his analysis by L&vi- Straws’ account of the Bororo. Second, Zuidema treats the organizational principles of.

    First, while studies of kinship as a terminological system and as a symbolic system "in its own terms" haved both waned, studies of kinship in terms of social relations among variably situated actors engaged in the practice of social reproduction within broader political economic contexts have become central to contemporary anthropology. structure of the social system (Douglas ), or that rituals concerning excreta, breast milk, saliva, and other bodily emissions are concerned not with the body but with the “powers and dangers credited to the social structure,” for which the body is a symbol.


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Kinship system and social structure of the Bororo of Pobojari by Zarko David Levak Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Kinship system and social structure of the Bororo of Pobojari. [Zarko D Levak]. Kinship system and social structure of the Bororo of Pobojari, Ph.D. dissertation, Yale University. Lévi-Strauss Claude «Contribution à l’étude de l’ organisation sociale des Indiens Bororo», Journal de la Société des Américanistes, 28 (2), pp.

«The future of kinship Cited by: 1. Sian Lazar, The Social Life of Politics: Ethics, Kinship, and Union Activism in Argentina (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, ), pp. xi +£, pb - Volume 50 Issue 4 Author: Kathleen Barlow.

Claude Lévi-Strauss (/ k l ɔː d ˈ l eɪ v i ˈ s t r aʊ s /; French: [klod levi stʁos]; 28 November – 30 October ) was a French anthropologist and ethnologist, born in Belgium to French-Jewish parents living in Bruxelles, whose work was key in the development of the theory of structuralism and structural anthropology.

He held the chair of Social Anthropology at the Collège de Born: 28 NovemberBrussels, Belgium. Levak Zarko David Kinship system and social structure of the Bororo of Pobojari, Ph.D.

disser- tation, Yale University. Lévi-Strauss Claude «Contribution a P’étude de organisation sociale des Indiens Bororo», Journal de la Société des américanistes, 28 (2), pp.

«The future of kinship. Kinship system and social structure of the Bororo of Pobojari. Article. Jan ; Zarko. Levak; Lounsbury; Floyd G; Tese (Doutorado)--Yale University. View. Show abstract. The Social System. Força o os Bororo, a vida animal e a do homem é gerada por um tipo de força vital (rakare segundo J.

Crocker) associado a certas expressões materiais tais como sangue menstrual e sêmen dotado de cheiro forte (ierimage).A formação do feto é associada a uma entidade sobrenatural, o bope, também responsável pelo declínio desta força vital dentro dos indivíduos tornando.

Selection pressure from health risk is hypothesized to have shaped adaptations motivating individuals to attempt to become valued by other individuals by generously and recurrently providing beneficial goods and/or services to them because this strategy encouraged beneficiaries to provide costly health care to their benefactors when the latter were sick or injured.

NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center. Brooklyn Museum. Full text of "The Elementary Structures Of Kinship" See other formats. Structure –underlying principles of social life.

To be found in the mind, not on the ground in social relations, as Radcliffe-Brown claimed. Levi-Strauss searched for universal structural principles in three main areas of study classification systems kinship systems myth.

Claude Levi-Strauss In The Elementary Structures of Kinship. It was at this time that he began to think about human thought cross-culturally when he was exposed to various cultures in Brazil. His first publication in anthropology appeared in and covered the social organization of the Bororo (Bohannan and Glazer ).

After WWII, he taught at the New School for Social Research in New York. Myths of Pacification: Brazilian Frontier Settlement and the Subjugation of the Bororo Indians. Journal of Social History; 32, no. 4: Lévi-Strauss, Claude. Tristes Tropiques. New York: Atheneum, ISBN X. Maybury-Lewis, David.

Dialectical Societies: The Ge and Bororo of Central Brazil ISBN Cultural summary, Bororo --The social position of the woman among the eastern Bororo / Herbert Baldus --The eastern Bororo Orarimogodogue of the eastern plateau of Mato Grosso / Antonio Colbacchini --The Bororó Indians of Matto Grosso, Brazil / W.A.

Cook --Through the wilderness of Brazil by horse, canoe and float / William Azel Cook --Space. Kinship Studies in Late Twentieth-Century Anthropology Kinship Studies in Late Twentieth-Century Anthropology Peletz, Michael G.

Anthropology's romantic yet highly ambivalent relationship to the study of kinship has existed ever since the mid-to-Iate 1 s, when LH Morgan and his interlocutors invented the study of kinship by, according to one biographer, "drawing a border.

Levak, Zarko David Kinship System and Social Structure of the Bororo of Pobojari. Ph.D. Dissertation in Anthropology.

Yale University. University Microfilms Publication #73. The Wodaabe also known as Bororo are nomadic cattle-herders and traders that forms a subset of the larger Fulani (Fulbe) ethnolinguistic group in the Sahel, with migrations stretching from southern Niger, through northern Nigeria, northeastern Cameroon, and the.

kinship societies myth structural anthropologist con sciences anthropological tion linguistics primitive phenomena cit dual linguistic moieties ing radcliffe bororo opposition social sciences ibid cultural religion boas tribe RADCLIFFE-BROWN, Alfred R.

"The study of kinship systems". In: Structure and function in primitive society. London/Henley: Routledge& Kegan Paul. (40pps) FORTES, Meyer. "The significance of descent in Tale social structure". In: Time and Social Structure.

London & New York: University of London / TheAthlone. Book Reviews of a personal ego-centric Set of finite, intense, genealogical links within a wider, socio- kinship and social structure, the focus of the volume is more widely drawn to consider two aspects: a biological one of procreation and a more important social persona derived from the naming system.

In all, the transfer of male. Matriliny is a way of reckoning kinship descent and belonging through the female line. This entry discusses some of the forms matrilineal kinship may take in practice before considering how anthropologists have understood matriliny since the mid-twentieth century.

It looks in turn at three dominant (mis)understandings of matriliny, namely: (1) that matriliny is simply another. Alcida Rita Tamos () studied the social system of the Sanumá, a Yanoama subgroup, in the Federal Territory of Roraima.

Her doctor's thesis, presented at the University of Wisconsin, is a very complete study of the Sanumá kinship system and the agnatic principles that govern it.**Ruth Benedict patterns of structure - famous anthro book.

Processualism Which kinship system is better or more accurate? Iroquois relays more information. there was a concern with how cultural and social structures were changed by human agency and practice.The “structural method,” first set forth in this epoch-making book, changed the very face of social anthropology.

This reissue of a classic will reintroduce readers to L?vi-Strauss’s understanding of man and society in terms of individuals—kinship, social organization, religion, mythology, and art.