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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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Without cookies your experience may not be seamless. The study of kinship has rested on a distinction between the ‘biological’ and the ‘social’.

Add document to cart. By signing up, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. Janet Carsten presents an original view of the past, present, and future of kinship in anthropology which will be of interest to anthropologists as well as kinsship other social scientists. The Social Life of Things. Account Options Sign in. Knoowy Report abuse Contact. Peter Ran rated it really liked it Nov 20, Summary Small Places Large Issues.

After Kinship by Janet Carsten

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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. Browse Study Documents Lecture notes, book summaries and practice exams for your course.

What is the impact on anthropology of recent studies of reproductive technologies, gender, and the social construction of science in the West?

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What does this imply about the comparison of kinship institutions cross-culturally? Verwantschap en Sociale Netwerken Year of study: This innovative book takes a fresh look at the anthropology of kinship and the comparative study of relatedness. What is the impact of recent studies of reproductive technologies, of gender, and of the social construction of science in the West?

Claudine Burton-Jeangros No preview available – Kinship has historically been central to the discipline of anthropology but what sort of future does it have? However, as Carsten observes, gender and personhood are intimately bound up with “marriage, family structures, procreation beliefs, [and] inheritance” 20all aspects of kinship.