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The Translation of culture : essays to E.E. Evans-Pritchard

de Beidelman, T. O.
Collation: 1 vol. (IX-440 p.) : ill., cartes ; 24 cmÉdition: London : Tavistock Publications, 1971.ISBN: 422734101.Contenu: Editor's Preface (p.IX-IX) -- The Righthand and Lefthand Kingdoms of God: a Dilemna of Pietist Politics / John Barnes (p.1-17) -- Heroism, Martyrdom, and Courage: an Essay on Tonga Ethics / Elisabeth Colson (p.19-35) -- A Rotinese Dynastic Genealogy: Structure and Event / James J. Fox (p.37-77) -- Nuer Kinship: a Re-examination / Kathleen Gough (p.79-121) -- Some Problems in Cross-cultural Comparison / C.R. Hallpike (p.123-140) -- A Structural Model of Aweikoma Society / David Hicks (p.141-159) -- Rapports de symétrie entre rites et mythes de peuples voisins / Claude Lévi-Strauss (p.161-178) -- Prophets and Rainmakers: the Agents of Social Change among the Lugbara / John Middleton (p.179-201) -- Penan Friendship-names / Rodney Needham (p.203-230) -- On the Word 'Caste' / Julian Pitt-Rivers (p.231-256) -- The Symbolic Role of Cattle in Gogo Ritual / Peter Rigby (p.257-291) -- The Political Structure of the Trio Indians as manifested in a System of Ceremonial Dialogue / Peter Rivière (p.293-311) -- The Genealogical Method in the Analysis of Myth, and a Structural Model / Eric Ten Raa (p.313-347) -- An Anthropological Approach to the Icelandic Saga / Victor W. Turner (p.349-374) -- Nuer Priests and Prophets: Charisma, Authority, and Power among the Nuer / T.O.Beidelman (p.375-415) -- Bibliography of the Writings of E.E. Evans-Pritchard / E.E. Evans-Pritchard (p.417-434) Sujet Nom de personne RAMEAU: Evans-Pritchard, E. E. 1902-1973 Bibliography Sujet RAMEAU: Ethnology | Social structureThématique: Culture, art, littérature | Religion | Ethnologie | Société, modes de vieThématique spécifique: Anthropologie sociale | Anthropologie culturelle | Politique | Généalogie | Changement social | Comparaison | Anthropologie | Rites | Diversité culturelle | MytheEthnique: Tonga | Nuer Personne citée: Evans-Pritchard, E.E Type de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglais, Pays d'édition: Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du NordNote: "Distributed in the USA by Barnes & Noble."
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Editor's Preface (p.IX-IX) -- The Righthand and Lefthand Kingdoms of God: a Dilemna of Pietist Politics / John Barnes (p.1-17) -- Heroism, Martyrdom, and Courage: an Essay on Tonga Ethics / Elisabeth Colson (p.19-35) -- A Rotinese Dynastic Genealogy: Structure and Event / James J. Fox (p.37-77) -- Nuer Kinship: a Re-examination / Kathleen Gough (p.79-121) -- Some Problems in Cross-cultural Comparison / C.R. Hallpike (p.123-140) -- A Structural Model of Aweikoma Society / David Hicks (p.141-159) -- Rapports de symétrie entre rites et mythes de peuples voisins / Claude Lévi-Strauss (p.161-178) -- Prophets and Rainmakers: the Agents of Social Change among the Lugbara / John Middleton (p.179-201) -- Penan Friendship-names / Rodney Needham (p.203-230) -- On the Word 'Caste' / Julian Pitt-Rivers (p.231-256) -- The Symbolic Role of Cattle in Gogo Ritual / Peter Rigby (p.257-291) -- The Political Structure of the Trio Indians as manifested in a System of Ceremonial Dialogue / Peter Rivière (p.293-311) -- The Genealogical Method in the Analysis of Myth, and a Structural Model / Eric Ten Raa (p.313-347) -- An Anthropological Approach to the Icelandic Saga / Victor W. Turner (p.349-374) -- Nuer Priests and Prophets: Charisma, Authority, and Power among the Nuer / T.O.Beidelman (p.375-415) -- Bibliography of the Writings of E.E. Evans-Pritchard / E.E. Evans-Pritchard (p.417-434)

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