Hockings, Paul. Badaga kinship rules in their socio-economic context

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Title: Badaga kinship rules in their socio-economic context

Published in: Anthropos -- Vol. 77

Published By: Anthropos -- Vol. 77 Salzburg, Oesterreich: Zaunrith'sche Buch-, Kunst- und Steindruckerei, 1982. 851-874 p.

By line: Paul Hockings

HRAF Publication Information: New Haven, Conn.: HRAF, 2005. Computer File

Culture: Badaga (AW50)

Subjects: PHRATRIES (615); SIBS (614); LINEAGES (613); KIN RELATIONSHIPS (602); THEORETICAL ORIENTATION IN RESEARCH AND ITS RESULTS (121); FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS (593); RESIDENCE (591); REGULATION OF MARRIAGE (582); BASIS OF MARRIAGE (581); TERMINATION OF MARRIAGE (586); GENDER STATUS (562); VISITING AND HOSPITALITY (574); INHERITANCE (428); KINSHIP TERMINOLOGY (601);

Abstract: This source examines several aspects of Badaga kinship, including kinship behavior, patriliny, and patrilocality, affinal relations, visiting, adoption and inheritance, kinship terminology, marriage patterns and regulations, and family structure.

Document Number: 8

Document ID: aw50-008

Document Type: Journal Article

Language: English

Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 874)

Field Date: 1962-1977

Evaluation: Ethnologist-5

Analyst: Gerald Reid ; 1989

Coverage Date: 1962-1977

Coverage Place: Nilgiri Hills, Tamil Nadu State, India

LCSH: Badaga (Indic people)

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