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Social Status and Power in Java (Lo : Lse Monographs on Social Anthropology - Leslie H Palmier

Social Status and Power in Java (Lo

Lse Monographs on Social Anthropology

Hardcover Published: 2nd January 2004
ISBN: 9781845200060
Number Of Pages: 192

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This book is a closely-observed anthropological study of life in two small Javanese towns and, at the same time, it attempts a general analysis on sociological lines of some key characteristics of contemporary Javanese society. In particular, the author's examination of the manner in which a pre-existing authoritarian system is being adapted to republican institutions grounded in democratic ideas helps us to understand many of Indonesia's present-day social and political problems.

Acknowledgementsp. 5
General Considerationsp. 11
The Problem and the Origin of the Studyp. 21
Methodp. 23
Kinship In South Borough
The Background (H.B.B.)p. 33
Householdsp. 34
Recognition of the Kinship Principlep. 36
The Kinship Systemp. 37
Knowledge ofKinp. 37
Kinship Groupingp. 40
Differentiation among Kinp. 42
Social Relationships between Kinp. 46
Empirical Data: the InglesCasep. 48
Indices of Kin Contactsp. 51
Factors influencing Social Relations with Kinp. 58
Summary and Conclusionsp. 62
Kinship Organisation Of Italianates In London
The Social Backgroundp. 67
Kin and Statusp. 69
Selection of Informantsp. 70
Householdsp. 71
The Structure of the KinshipSystemp. 73
Range of Kin Knowledgep. 73
Social Relations between Kinp. 83
Factors affecting Kin Relationshipp. 88
Summaryand Conclusionsp. 92
Bibliographyp. 94
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ISBN: 9781845200060
ISBN-10: 1845200063
Series: Lse Monographs on Social Anthropology
Audience: BAC
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 192
Published: 2nd January 2004
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 13.8  x 1.42
Weight (kg): 0.39
Edition Number: 1

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