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After Kinship (New Departures in Anthropology) [Janet Carsten] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. What is the impact on anthropology of. In After Kinship, Janet Carsten examines the implications of such episodes, the reproductive technologies and practices on which they rest, and the public. After Kinship has 37 ratings and 0 reviews. What is the impact on anthropology of recent studies of reproductive technologies, gender, and the.
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Kinship has historically been carstten to the discipline of anthropology but what sort of future does it have? 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 and showing how, in Europe and North America, nature is produced rather than given or discovered.
View all your notifications. Anthropology and Development Studies Subject: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Kate Flood rated it really liked it Jan 20, HarrisMichael Lambek. The first half of the book, Chaptersdelineates the ways in which analyses of relatedness have been affected by studies of gender, personhood, and the house. In Israel, in the s, the orthodox rabbinate debate how and from whom sperm for artificial insemination may be obtained, what is the relationship between a sperm donor and a child conceived with his sperm, and what is the status of a child so conceived.
The second half of the book rethinks the distinction between the “biological” and “social” aspects of kinship.
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Before Schneider, anthropologists studying kinship had their differences—for example, on descent versus alliance theory—but for all of them kinship had to do with “the function of social groups or the comparative analysis of kinship terminologies. Lauren rated it it was ok Jul 03, Janet Carsten gives an approachable 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.
Demonstrating, first, that American kinship was based on idioms of substance and code and, second, that these folk notions had pervaded kinship theory where they had distorted anthropologists’ views of idioms of relatedness in other cultures, Schneider’s work placed “the generation of cultural meanings” at the center of kinship studies.
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But recent technological developments have made this distinction no longer self-evident. Kelsey rated it really liked it Sep 20, Stephen Kim rated it really liked it Nov 19, Certainly it supports the notion that “kinship is not a clearly delimited ‘thing’ but an amorphous, polythetic concept” Good This innovative book takes a fresh look at the anthropology of kinship and the comparative study of relatedness.
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