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Janet Carsten gives an approachable and original view of the past, present, and future of kinship in anthropology, which will be of interest not just to anthropologists but to social scientists generally.
In Scotland, inAnna, a married woman in her thirties who was adopted as an infant, is preparing for her first carstsn with her birth mother. Contents Introduction After Kinship?
What is the impact of recent studies of reproductive technologies, of gender, Want to Read saving…. Upload your summaries or offer study services. And it establishes that the connection of anthropologists with kinship, like the connection of afer person with her kin, is one of “diffuse, enduring solidarity” Schneider Liyana Tassim rated it really liked it Jan 14, Return to Book Page.
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Houses of Memory and Kinship. Jade Moore rated it really liked it Nov 05, However, as Carsten observes, gender and personhood are intimately bound up with “marriage, family structures, procreation beliefs, [and] inheritance” 20all aspects of kinship.
Gender Bodies and Kinship. In Israel, in the s, the orthodox rabbinate debate how and from whom sperm for artificial insemination may be obtained, darsten is the relationship between a sperm donor and a child conceived with his sperm, and what kinhip the status of a child so conceived.
Studies of gender and “symbolic aspects of the person” 20 came to the fore, often with the aim, legitimated by Schneider’s work on kinship, of detaching cultural meanings from natural givens oinship showing how, in Europe and North America, nature is produced rather than given or discovered.
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Chapter 1 situates the issues with which the book is concerned in a “partial” 10 history of the anthropology of kinship. The second half of the book rethinks the distinction between the “biological” and “social” aspects of kinship. Peter Ran rated it really liked it Nov 20, Ashley rated it liked it Apr 17, Offer study services Work as a tutor and help students with their studies.
Chapter 7 examines the implications of new reproductive technologies. Paperbackpages. Cambridge University Press- Fiction – pages. Sunny rated it really liked kanet Apr 16, Look at services offered or place a request and tutors will contact you.