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Marriage and kinship among the Indians in Surinam
Johan Dirk Spekmann
|Series||Samenlevingen buiten Europa. Non-European societies, 4, Samenlevingen buiten Europa -- 4|
|LC Classifications||F2431 E2 S6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||302|
Indians migrating as indentured labourers from the Bhojpuri region to the West Indies, British Guiana and Dutch Surinam has similar socio-economic and cultural backgrounds. Many east Indians migrated to England and the Netherlands when the West Indies and Guianas became independent states after the Second World by: 1. The Iroquois were a matrilineal society with a kinship organization that could only be accurately summed up as complex. They lived off of goods produced on family owned land. Every child born to an Iroquois family always belonged to his or her mother’s home which creates an interesting sense of belonging and stability not as often experienced in modern s: 3.
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Johan Dirk Spekmann has written: 'Marriage and kinship among the Indians in Surinam' -- subject(s): Marriage, East Indians Asked in Entertainment & Arts. Kinship and Marriage among the Muslims Ms. Seema Ph. D Scholar, Jammu University ABSTRACT: In every community kinship is considered to be a vehicle for understanding the internal mechanism of social structure.
The system of kinship is itself a ‘sub-structure’ or an internal structure within the social structure. Full text of "Family, Kinship And Marriage Among Muslims In India" See other formats. Start studying American History Chapter 1.
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Author: Author's name as listed in Library of Congress records Gluckman, Max, Title: Kinship and marriage among the Lozi of Northern Rhodesia and the Zulu of Natal Published in: if part or section of a book or. African Systems of Kinship and Marriage is a classic. Seldom out of print since its first publication init is still, thirty-six years later, the most wide-ranging and respected survey of these aspects of African social his introduction Radcliffe-Brown provides a masterly analysis of the main features of African kinship systems and the theoretical problems arising from the study.
One of the world's most eminent social anthropologists draws upon his many years of study and research in the field of kinship and social organization to review the development of anthropological theory and method from Lewis Henry Morgan Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 23 cm: Contents: Kinship among the Swazi / Hilda Kuper --Nyakyusa kinship / Monica Wilson --Kinship and marriage among the Tswana / I.
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ADVERTISEMENTS: Regional Variations in Kinship System and Its Socio-Cultural Correlates in India. Marriage is a link between the family of orientation and the family of procreation. This fact of individual membership in two nuclear families gives rise to kinship system.
Kinship is defined as “a social relationship based upon family relatedness”. Marriage Rules and Patterns of Marriage in the Dravidian Kinship Region / Thomas Trautmann. The Structural Implications of Marriage Alliance in North India: Wife-givers and Wife-takers among the Pandits of Kashmir / T.
Madan. Kinship, Cultural Preference and Immigration: Consanguineous Marriage Among British Pakistanis. It argues that the high rate of such marriage is not a simple reflection of a cultural preference. A better explanation requires an analysis of the factors that influence the decisions and choices of the marriage arrangers in the particular.
India is the second most populous nation in the world, but the dynamics of daily life are not understood by many in the West. This work examines various aspects of Indian families: how they are organized, how property is distributed in marriage, and /5(18). This study offers the results of recent research on the family in India.
The main themes discussed are regional varieties throughout the country, descent groups and kindred, marriage, affinity and alliance, property and gender, family and household, structure and change. (source: Nielsen Book. Enhance understanding with a teaching guide for Nectar in a Sieve explains various Indian cultural practices and other information necessary for a full understanding of the short novel.
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Indologists look into the role of descent in defining marriage, family and kinship in India. The people belonging to similar descent group are located in a given region where they worship to their common ancestors, follow common way of life and when the size of descent group expands, they migrate to different areas but still carry their identity.
Kinship and Marriage among Muslims in India In every community kinship is considered to be a vehicle for understanding the internal mechanism of social structure.
The system of kinship is itself a ‘sub-structure’ (Alavi, ) or an internal structure within. The kinship system in vogue among the Klamath Indians of California and Oregon is apparently typical of those tribes in which, like the Kiowa, both the clan and the gentile systems of kinship are wanting.
This lack of either system, so far as known; is characteristic of nearly all the tribes of the plains, the Pacific slope, and the northwest. Start studying Anthro Ch. 9 Kinship, Family &Marriage.
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Family, kinship, and marriage in India by Patricia Uberoi,Oxford University Press edition, in EnglishPages: Among herders the ail, a group of households consisting of kin and nonkin that migrated together, formed a discrete social unit.
The functions of the ail included mutual help in times of trouble, common kinship rituals (weddings, hair-cutting rites, funerals, etc.), and economic exchange (payment of marriage expenses).
Sir Edward Evans-Pritchard's classic writings on the Nuer of southern Sudan have made them one of the most famous peoples in ethnographic literature.
When the writings were first published half a century ago, they created a new agenda for social anthropology. Kinship and Marriage among the Nuer is the second of his trilogy on the society and culture of this pastoral people.
From the s on we begin to discern a marked change among Anglo-Indians: the community started to recognize India as their own country. But the boundary line between ‘we’ and ‘the’ was still maintained, forcing the community to stay within communitarian : Sudarshana Sen.
Kinship and Marriage among the Nuer. Oxford: University Press. S) • „ [ ] But although Nuer are constantly asserting the solidarity of the polygamous family, it is as evident to themselves as it is to the observer that things are often different.“ (Edward E. Evans-Pritchard (Hg.): „Kinship and Marriage Among the Nuer“.
Marriage. Tradition dictates that family elders arrange the marriages of their dependents. People are not allow to marry within their lineages, or for the Akan, their wider clan groups.
There is a. Download file to see previous pages Kinship among South Indian communities has been indispensable and the main form of social organization (caste system). The caste system was a closed hereditary group to which a person belonged strictly by birth. At one point, there were relationships based on endogamous marriage between two people from the same caste.
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Reading notes pgs Family and Kinship in Village India Conformity and Conflict Textbook David McCurdy 1. Kinship forms the core social groups and associations in Rural India b.
System adapted to family- centered landholding and small-scale farming c. Indians use close family ties to adapt to life in the cosh- labor oriented modernizing world 2.
Kinship, marriage, and family - Jat South Asia. Kin Groups and Descent. All Jat are divided into several large, usually dispersed clans, whose localized segments are often geographically compact, but among peasants they are sometimes equally dispersed, due to the population pressure on land.
Duration of First Marriage. 10/01/ Kinship structure and marital dissolution. Figure 1 describes the relationship between the duration of first marriage among matrilineal and nonmatrilineal women.
The survival plot suggests a significant difference between the matrilineal and non-matrilineal women when it comes to their first marriages. The most profound impact of kinship ties on the social life may be felt through kinship usages found in every society.
Kinship usage’s among the tribes of India present very interesting and significant spectacle. Such types of behavioural pattern, verbal and non-verbal, explain many complex intricacies of kinship system. Marriage is a rite of passage. It is marked by exchanges such as brideprice or bridewealth, dowry, son-in-law service, and often an elaborate ritualized wedding.
The status of both women and men is enhanced by marriage. Sometimes the marriage isn’t official until .Special marriage ceremonies are practiced, renewing bonds between individuals and their human and non-human relatives, and re-weaving the webs of kinship.
In sum, the new Ojibwa family is, in some respects, different from that of the earlier times, but, in others, is very by: Date Published: L’Encyclopédie de l’histoire du Québec / The Quebec History Encyclopedia.
The Family Among Indians [This text was originally published in by the Bureau of American Ethnology as part of its Handbook of American Indians North of was later reproduced, inby the Geographic Board of Canada.